January 9, 1971: The Junior Chamber Of Commerce OfAmerica Announces That Elvis Has Been Selected As OneOf  The Nation's Ten Outstanding Young Men Of The Year 1970. The Jaycee Awards Have Been Given Out Since 1939 And Have BeenAwarded To Distinguished Men In All Fields (Including Leonard Bernstein,Orson Welles, The Reverend Jesse Jackson, And Ralph Nader)With One Common Denominator: They Must Be All Thirty-Five Or Younger. Elvis Has Been Nominated By Former Sheriff Bill Morris And JoinsOther Winners, Who This Year Include Ronald Reagan's Press Secretary,Ron Ziegler, Tom Atkins, A Civil Rights Activist From Boston,And A Medical Researcher From Harvard University.  Elvis Speech At The Jaycees Awards,Ellis Auditorium, Memphis Tennessee When I Was A Child Ladies And GentlemenI Was A Dreamer ... And I Read Comic Books,And I Was The Hero Of The Comic Book.I Saw Movies,And I Was The Hero In The Movies. So Every Dream That I've Dreamed HasCome True A Hundred Times... I'd Like To Say That I LearnedVery Early In Life That Without A SongThe Day Would Never End. Without A Song A Man Ain't Got A Friend.Without A Song The Road Would Never Bend.Without A Song,So I Keep Singing A Song. HEAR ELVIS SPEECH Included Pictures From The JCC Prayer BreakfastAnd The Ceremony (January 16, 1971)