Voices In The News

A sound montage of a few prominent voices in this past week''s news, including Sandra Jarrell, whose husband won $13 million in the lottery; Monica Lewinsky''s lawyer Plato Cacheris; President Clinton''s personal lawyer, David Kendall; Linda Tripp; United Auto Workers'' President Steve Yokich and General Motors Vice President Gerald Knechtel; Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas; "Howdy Doody" creator Buffalo Bob Smith; Vice President Al Gore and Henry Chestnut, brother of slain officer Jacob Chestnut.

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