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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1965.-

Statements by-

Harold E. Wigren and Harry N. Rosenfield, on behalf of

the Ad Hoc Committee of Educational Institutions and

Organizations on Copyright Law Revision.-

Tom Arnold, American Bar Association.-

Lois V. Edinger, president, National Education Association

of the United States ---

Sister Mary Immaculate, National Catholic Theatre Con-

ference

William E. Stiles, Jr., Department of Classroom Teachers,

National Education Association.-

Charles L. Gary, associate executive secretary, Music Edu-

cators National Conference, accompanied by Bernard
Fitzgerald, director, contemporary music project for

creativity in music education..
Robert C. "Gerletti, Department of Audiovisual Instruction,

NEA.

THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1965.

Statements by-

James I. Miller, Jr.,

and Robert Shafer, on behalf of the Na-

tional Council of Teachers of English.

William Work, executive secretary, the Speech Association of

America.

John H. Fisher, executive secretary, Modern Language Asso-

ciation of America.--

Rutherford D. Rogers, chairman, Joint Libraries Committee

on Copyright -

Ralph C. Staiger, executive secretary, International Read-

ing Association.

Charles F. Gosnell, chairman, Committee on Copyright

Issues, the American Library Association.-

FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1965..

Statements by-

Federal Communications Commission.-

William G. Harley, president, National Association of Edu-

cational Broadcasters..

Eugene N. Aleinikoff, chairman, Joint National Educational

Television-Educational Television Stations Committee on

Music and Copyright..

Edwin G. Burrows, manager, stations WUOM, Ann Arbor,

and WVGR, Grand Rapids, Mich., University of Michi-

gan..

Raymond D. Hurlbert, president, and John Schwarzwalder,

executive secretary, National Association for Educational

Television.

Donald R. Quayle, executive director, Eastern Educational

Network.

Carl J. Megel, Washington representative, American Federa-

tion of Teachers..

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1965.
Statements by-

Representative Byron G. Rogers...
Representative George P. Miller.
Clinton S. Pierce, president, and Nicholas E. Allen, counsel,

Music Operators of America, accompanied by Henry J.
Leyser, Moses J. Proffitt, Jack G. Bess, Max Hurvich,

A. L. Ptacek, Jr., and William Cannon..
Perry S. Patterson, accompanied by Raymond G. Larroca,

representing the Seeburg Corp...
Herbert J. Miller, on behalf of the Wurlitzer Co., Rock-Ola

Manufacturing Co., and Rowe A/C Manufacturing Co.-.

Sanford Bomstein, member, Governmental Affairs Com-

479-485

510-516

534-535

537-658

537-547
547-550

551-594

594-626

626-651

mittee, National Licensed Beverage Association.

Robert E. Nims, National Small Business Association...

652-654

654-658

PART 2

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THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1965...

659-981

Statements by-

Thurman Arnold and John Desmond Glover, on behalf of

the Record Industry Association of America.

659–979

Goddard Lieberson, president, Columbia Records.

929–942

David Kapp, president, Kapp Records ---

943-945

Alan W. Livingston, president, Capitol Records, Inc.,

accompanied by Robert E. Carp and Mortimer Edelstein,

counsel, Capitol Records, Inc...

946-963

Ernest S. Meyers, general counsel, Record Industry Asso-
ciation of America.

964–979
Letters from

Sidney A. Diamond, general counsel, London Records, Inc.. 979-980
Herbert Kanon, representing Audio Fidelity, Inc.

980–981
WEDNESDAY, June 16, 1965..

983-1102

Statements by-

Adolph Schimel, on behalf of the Motion Picture Association

of America, Inc.

983–1051

Edward A. Sargoy, counsel for the Copyright Committee of
the Motion Picture Association of America, Inc.

1051-1070
Don White, executive vice president, National Audio-visual

Association, Inc.; Robert F. Newman, president, Eye
Gate Productions, Inc.; and Ellsworth c. Dent, senior
vice president, Coronet Instructional Films...

1071-1096
Robert McDonell, representing the Jam Handy Organization. 1096–1098
John A. Bresnahan, Printing Industries of America, Inc.,
and Karl Wagner, president, Wagners Printers..

1098-1102

THURSDAY, June 17, 1965.-

1103-1155

Statements by—

Representative John S. Monagan.

1103-1108

Robert H. Bahmer, Deputy Archivist, General Services

Administration, accompanied by Charles W. Gasque, Jr.,

Deputy General Counsel, and Robert Davis, Director of

Legislation.--

1108–1117

Lawson B. Knott, Jr., Administrator, General Services Ad-

ministration..

1112-1114

Douglas MacArthur II, Assistant Secretary for Congres-

sional Relations, Department of State---

1117–1119

Fred B. Smith, Acting General Counsel, Department of the

Treasury-

1119-1120

Leonard Marks, Jr., Assistant Secretary, Department of the

Air Forced

1120-1127

Ramsey Clark, Deputy Attorney General, Department of Justice- 1127–1130

Robert E. Giles, General Counsel, Department of Commerce- 1130–1131

Anthony J. Celebrezze, Secretary, and Alanson W. Willcox,

General Counsel, Department of Health, Education, and

Welfare..

1131-1135

John V. Vinciguerra, executive assistant to the General
Manager, U.Š. Atomic Energy Commission...

1135–1136

Julian P. Boyd, on behalf of the Society of American Archi-

vists, the Organization of American Historians, the

American Historical Association, the Southern Historical

Association, the Western History Association, and the

American Association for State & Local History ---

1136–1144

John F. Banzhaf III, president, Computer Program Library. 1144-1150

Larston D. Farrar, on behalf of the Farrar Publishing Co.-- 1150-1155
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1965..

1157-1221
Statements by

Maxwell c. Freudenberg, Department of the Air Force,

accompanied by Lt. Col. Arthur Murphy, Department of
the Army.

1157-1181
Richard L. Callaghan, Assistant Administrator for Legis-

lative Affairs, National Aeronautics and Space Administration. 1191-1183

Albert J. Rosenberg, vice president, McGraw-Hill Book Co.- 1184–1193

George Frost, accompanied by Hugo Brooks, on behalf of

the Professional Photographers of America, Inc.-

1193-1196

S. A. Russell, president, Russell & Russell, Inc.

1196-1199

Hayward Cirker, president, Dover Publications, Inc.. 1200-1214
Mark Carroll, Association of American University Presses, Inc.- 1215-1221

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THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1965.--

1223–1381
Statements by-

Ernest W. Jennes, on behalf of Association of Maximum

Service Telecasters, Inc., accompanied by William Malone. 1223–1241
Frederick W. Ford, president, National Community Tele-

vision Association, Inc., accompanied by E. Stratford Smith. 1241–1329
Don Corbitt, Arizona Television Association..

1273–1276
Tom Creighton, Texas Community Antenna Television Association. 1276–1278
Clifton W. Collins, general counsel, Pacific Northwest Com-
munity Television Association, Inc.-

1278–1287
Thomas J. Whyte, on behalf of the West Virginia & Mid-
Atlantic Community Television Association --

1288–1290
Robert K. Weary, president, Oklahoma-Kansas Community
Television Association...

1290-1292
Alfred F. Dougherty, on behalf of the Montana Cable Tele-
vision Association.

1292-1294
George J. Barco, on behalf of the Pennsylvania Community
Antenna Television Association, Inc.

1330-1332
Arthur B. Krim, president, United Artists Corp., accom-

panied by John Sinn, president, United Artists Television, Inc., 1332–1353
Louis Nizer, representing producers and distributors of
copyrighted television film programs.

1353-1378
James o. Marlowe, assistant to president, accompanied by

Martin Firestone, counsel, Springfield Television Broad-
casting Corp.

1378–1381

PART 3

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1965.-

1383-1483

Statements by-

Representative James C. Corman.

1383–1384

Stanley Ballard, secretary-treasurer, American Federation

of Musicians of the United States & Canada, AFL-CIO,

accompanied by Henry Kaiser and Jerome H. Adler, counsel ---- 1384-1419

Bella L. Linden, representing the American Textbook Pub-

lishers Institute, accompanied by Kenneth B. Keating

and Lee Deighton.

1420–1461

Richard Cardwell, on behalf of the National Newspaper

Association.-

1461-1470

Stanford Smith, general manager, American Newspaper

Publishers Association.

1465–1466

Howard A. Meyerhoff, director and president, Committee to

Investigate Čopyright Problems Affecting Communication

in Science and Education, accompanied by Laurence B.

Heilprin, director and chairman, CICP Study Group, and

Gerald J. Sophar, director and secretary-treasurer, CÍCP. 1470–1483

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1965.

1485–1533

Text of H.R. 2853.

1485–1486

Statements by-

George D. Cary, Deputy Register of Copyrights, accompanied by

William P. Siegfried, Assistant Register of Copyrights.

1486–1496

Ralph H. Dwan, on behalf of Minnesota Mining & Manu-

facturing Co., accompanied by Raymond H. Herzog and

Charles Lauder..

1497-1510

Lyle Lodwick, director of marketing, Williams & Wilkens

Co., accompanied by Francis Old, editor in charge of

rights and permissions.-

1510–1518

George A. Hamid, Jr., vice chairman, Music Royalty Com-

mittee, International Association of Amusement Parks.-- 1518-1533

THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1965.-

1535-1577

Statements by-

Joseph Š. Dubin, on behalf of the American Patent Law

Association.

--- 1535–1542

Spencer C. Olin, on behalf of Walt Disney Productions.- 1542-1548

Frederick Burkhardt, American Council of Learned Societies,

accompanied by Martin F. Richman..

1548-1561

Fred S. Siebert, copyright consultant, American Council on

Education.

1561-1571

Martha A. Gable, chairman, Pennsylvania Educational TV

Advisory Committee..

1571-1574

Frank C. Campbell, Music Library Association..

1574-1577
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WEDNESDAY, AUGust 11, 1965..

1579-1631

Statements by

Robert W. Frase, director of the joint Washington office of

the American Book Publishers Council and the American

Textbook Publishers Institute, accompanied by Chester

Kerr, director, Yale University Press; Raymond C.

Harwood, director, Harper & Row; and J. Stetson Barnes,

vice president, John Wiley & Sons.--

1579-1621

Walter V. Davidson, Jr., administrative vice president and

director of sales, American Book-Stratford Press, Inc. --- 1621-1625

0. R. Strackbein, legislative representative, International

Allied Printing Trades Association, accompanied by

James H. Sampson, president of the board of governors -- 1626-1631

THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1965.-

1633-1690

Statements by-

Gerhard Van Arkel, general counsel, International Typo-

graphical Union, accompanied by Joe Bailey, vice presi-

dent, International Typographical Union --

1663–1650

McKinley M. Luther, executive secretary, International

Typographic Composition Association, Inc., and Adver-

tising Typographers Association of America...

1650–1651

Eli Cantor, the Composing Room, Inc., for International

Typographic Composition Association, Inc., and Adver-

tising Typographers Association of America, Inc.--. 1651-1661

David A. Boehm, president, Sterling Publishing Co., Inc.- 1662-1665

Harry F. Howard, for the Book Manufacturers Institute... 1666-1683

James H. French, counsel, Book Manufacturers’ Institute... 1683-1690

WEDNESDAY, August 18, 1965.-

1691-1735

Statements by-

James É. Toomey, chairman, American Bar Association

Section on Patent, Trademark, and Copyright Law.... 1691-1693

John Schulman.---

1694-1719

Douglas A. Anello, general counsel, National Association of

Broadcasters..

1719-1727

Letters from or statements by-

David Maclellan, general manager, Graphic Arts Industries

Association.

1727-1728

W. E. Trevett, president, Graphic Arts Industries Associa-

tion..

1728-1733

Roy C. Sharp, executive director, Canadian Copyright

Institute

1734 1735

THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1965...

1737-1787

Statements by-

Robert Ř. Nathan, representing Music Publishers Protective

Association, Inc

1737-1751

Irwin Karp, representing the Authors League of America,

Inc.

1752-1770

Harry N. Rosenfield, representing the Ad Hoc Committee

of Educational Institutions and Organizations on Copy-

right Law Revision.

1770 1787

THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1965...

1789-1821

Statements by-

Philip H. Trezise, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Eco-

nomic Affairs, accompanied by Harvey S. Winter, Assist

ant Chief, Business Practices Division, Bureau of Economic

Affairs, and Allan I. Mendelsohn, Office of Assistant Legal

Adviser for Economic Affairs, Department of State. 1789 1797

Robert E. Giles, General Counsel, Department of Commerce,

accompanied by Gerald Stephenson

1797-1808

Melville B. Vimmer, School of Law, University of California,

Los Angeles..

1994-1821

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1965..

1822 1849

Statements by-

Hamilton Carothers and Pete Rozelle, on behalf of the

National Football League.

1823 1830

Joe Foss and Harold O. Lovre, on beliall of the American

Football League...

Paul A. Porter, representing baseball organizations.

1942;

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1965.-

1851-1873

Statements by-

Representative Emanuel Celler, chairman of the House

Judiciary Committee..-

1851-1855

Abraham L. Kaminstein, Register of Copyrights, accompanied

by Barbara A. Ringer, Assistant Register of Copyrights for

Examining, and Abe A. Goldman, General Counsel, Copy-
right Office..

1857-1873

APPENDIX..

1875-1930

Letters from or statements by-

Representative Seymour Halpern.

1875–1877

Reprensentative Elmer J. Holland.

1877

Representative Odin Langden.---

1877-1878

American Broadcasting Co., by Harry R. Olsson, Jr., general

attorney-

1878-1881

American Hotel & Motel Association...

1882-1884

American Musicological Society, by William J. Mitchell,

president.

1884–1885

Associated Publishers, Inc., by Benjamin Quarles, president. 1885–1886

Association of Canadian University Teachers of English, by

Tom Middlebro', executive secretary-

1886

Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Committee

on Copyright, by Sydney M. Kaye, chairman.

1886-1887

William D. Barns, associate professor, West Virginia Uni-

versity ---

1887-1891

Canadian Association of University Teachers, by Jacques

St. Pierre, president..

1891

Canadian Historical Association..

1891-1892

Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., by Leon R. Brooks,

vice president and general counsel.

1892–1893

Council of State Governments..

1893-1894

David W. DeArmand..

1894-1897

Catherine C. de Camp-.-

1897-1898

Electronic Industries Association, by Graham W. McGowan,

general counsel.

1898–1899

A. L. Emmons, curator, Swarthmore College Peace Collec-

tion.--

1899

Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc., and Encyclopedia Britan-

nica Films, Inc., by Maurice B. Mitchell, president. 1900–1905

Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College, by

Dorothy G. Harris, associate director..

1905

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, by Gordon

M. Freeman, international president.

1905-1906

International Publishers Association, by Hjalmar Pehrsson,

the secretary general.

1906–1908

G. S. Kester.

1908-1909

Erwin G. Krasnow.

1909-1912

Trayton L. Lathrop-

1912–1914

Reed C. Lawlor..

1914-1916

McGraw-Hill Book Co., by Curtis G. Benjamin

1916

National Academy of Sciences, Ad Hoc Committee on

Copyright Law Revision

1916–1917

National Broadcasting Co., Inc., by Thomas E. Ervin,

vice president and general attorney -

1917-1919

National Council on the Arts, by Charles C. Mark,

consultant.

1919

Ontario Federation of Printing Trade Unions, by John

Duncan, president, and Fred Belanger, secretary-treasurer. 1919–1920

Steven David Price -

1920–1921

The Publishers Association, by Ronald E. Barker, secretary-

1921

M. B. Schnapper, editor of Public Affairs Press

1922–1927

The Harry S. Truman Library Institute for National and

International Affairs, by Philip V. Brooks, secretary-

1927

Franklin Waldheim.--

1928–1929

Paul Woolley, professor of church history, Westminster

Theological Seminary-

1929

Xerox Corp., by J. C. Wilson, president.

INDEX.

Following 1930

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