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34:50; b&w; sound; V-33 and 34 EA006; S. 828
This film shows a press conference with Sen. Kelly and High discussing endorsement by US Rep. Adam Clayton Powell. Sen. Kelly states that High asked Martin Luther King not to come to Florida. Harry Arrington, accused of setting up Powell, denies involvement. Then, High gives an interview from the front seat of a convertible and waves from the car to people on the street. The interview in the car continues. It is followed by sidewalk scenes, speeches in a building and shopping center parking lot, a motorcade and more speeches with Sen. Kelly. High and Kelly board a DC-3. The film then shows another rally where Kelly gives a speech standing on a chair. High does the same. There is more campaigning from motorcades, helicopter flights and a rally in a stadium. Produced by WTVJ -Miami.
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