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House Proceeding 04-21-09 on Apr 21st, 2009 :: 0:36:50 to 0:40:25
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Joe Sestak

0:36:48 to 0:37:08( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: ask god women in uniform and i ask god to please bless america and i yield back the balancef my time. the speaker pro tempore: the chair recognizes the ge from pennsylvania, mr. sestak, for five minutes.

Joe Sestak

0:36:50 to 0:40:25( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Joe Sestak

Joe Sestak

0:37:09 to 0:37:29( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: mr. sestak: mr. speaker, i rise to honor the life a accomplishments of one of th most distinctive voices in all of sports, a true baseball legend. and someone who calleden the congressional district of harold callus, born in naperville, illinois, graduate of the university of iowa and

Joe Sestak

0:37:30 to 0:37:50( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: hall of fame prod scaft -- broadcastor for over 44 years passed away having lived a life of great distinction. after graduation, he served in the 25th infantry division in hawaii. after his service he became his long and honored announcing career broadcasting the

Joe Sestak

0:37:51 to 0:38:11( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: university of hawaii and hawaii islander games for k.g.u. radio. harry cal -- ka will, as was a member of the original houston astros broadcast team in 1965 and joins the philadelphia phillies' broadcast team in 1971, sharing the booth for 26 years with his great friend and fellow hall-of-famer, richie

Joe Sestak

0:38:12 to 0:38:32( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: ashburn. harry broadcast the opening of the astrodome in houston an both veteran stadium and citizen bank ballpark in philadelphia. harry kalas' talent were in great demand throughout his career. his many accomplishments included calling university of hue stop football, southwest conversation basketball, big five basketball, university of

Joe Sestak

0:38:33 to 0:38:53( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: notre dame football games as well as providing voiceovers for nfl films and numerous commercials. in 2002, he was the award winner. named after the former national league president of mainly league baseball commissioner. an annualy bestowed by the national baseball hall of fame to a broadcaster for major

Joe Sestak

0:38:54 to 0:39:14( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: contributions to baseball. harry ka will las called -- kalas called a world series. he called all of hall-of-famer steve carlton's starts as a phillie. as well as all of hall-of-famer mike schmitt's 548 home runs,

Joe Sestak

0:39:15 to 0:39:36( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: making the phrase, that bal is out of here, and often imitated but never duplicated. signature home run call, no one in philadelphia and throughout the baseball world. harry was named pennsylvania sport castor of the year 18 times and was inducted into the national sports casters and sport writers' association hall

Joe Sestak

0:39:37 to 0:39:58( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: of fame in 2008. he was a rationalble husband to his wife eileen. and father to his three sons, todd, brad and cane. just this fall, harry had one of the greatest experiences a father could ask for when he

Joe Sestak

0:39:59 to 0:40:19( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: shared broadcasting. on that day, harry was a voice of the philadelphia phillies and todd w had followed his father's career path into broadcasting was a voice of the tampa bay rays. harry kalas was more man just a voice. he was also the finest possible husband, friend, father and veteran. in these challenge and economic times with a nation at war, it is important that we take the

Joe Sestak

0:40:20 to 0:40:26( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: time to recognize those who dedicate their lives to making such times bearable. in his case, more than bearable.

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