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COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY EMANUEL CELLER, New York, Chairman

MICHAEL A. FEIGHAN, Ohio
FRANK CHELF, Kentucky
EDWIN E. WILLIS, Louisiana
PETER W. RODINO, JR., New Jersey
BYRON G. ROGERS, Colorado
HAROLD D. DONOHUE, Massachusetts
JACK B. BROOKS, Texas
WILLIAM M. TUCK, Virginia

ROBERT T. ASHMORE, South Carolina
JOHN DOWDY, Texas

BASIL L. WHITENER, North Carolina
HERMAN TOLL, Pennsylvania

ROBERT W. KASTENMEIER, Wisconsin
JACOB H. GILBERT, New York
JAMES C. CORMAN, California
WILLIAM L. ST. ONGE, Connecticut
GEORGE F. SENNER, JR., Arizona
DON EDWARDS, California
WILLIAM L. HUNGATE, Missouri
HERBERT TENZER, New York
JOHN CONYERS, JR., Michigan
GEORGE W. GRIDER, Tennessee
ANDREW JACOBS, JR., Indiana

WILLIAM M. McCULLOCH, Ohio
RICHARD H. POFF, Virginia
WILLIAM C. CRAMER, Florida
ARCH A. MOORE, JR., West Virginia
JOHN V. LINDSAY, New York
WILLIAM T. CAHILL, New Jersey
CLARK MACGREGOR, Minnesota

CHARLES MCC. MATHIAS, JR., Maryland
CARLETON J. KING, New York
EDWARD HUTCHINSON, Michigan,
ROBERT MCCLORY, Illinois

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HEARINGS PANTS AND REPORTS

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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__
Goddard Lieberson, president, Columbia Records_-
David Kapp, president, Kapp Records..

659-979

929-942

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

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

1135-1136

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

Statements by-

Maxwell C. Freudenberg, Department of the Air Force,

accompanied by Lt. Col. Arthur Murphy, Department of

the Army.

1136-1144

1191-1183

Richard L. Callaghan, Assistant Administrator for Legis-
lative Affairs, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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...

S. A. Russell, president, Russell & Russell, Inc...
Hayward Cirker, president, Dover Publications, Inc...

1193-1196

1196-1199

1200-1214

Mark Carroll, Association of American University Presses, Inc. - 1215-1221

THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1965-..

Statements by-

Page

1223-1381

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

1288-1290

Thomas J. Whyte, on behalf of the West Virginia & Mid-
Atlantic Community Television Association_
Robert K. Weary, president, Oklahoma-Kansas Community
Television Association............

1290-1292

Alfred F. Dougherty, on behalf of the Montana Cable Tele-
vision Association__

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

1292-1294

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.

James O. Marlowe, assistant to president, accompanied by
Martin Firestone, counsel, Springfield Television Broad-
casting Corp. -

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1965..

Statements by-

Representative James C. Corman_.

1353-1378

1378-1381

1383-1483

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_..

Text of H. R. 2853--

Statements by-

George D. Cary, Deputy Register of Copyrights, accompanied by
William P. Siegfried, Assistant Register of Copyrights.
Ralph H. Dwan, on behalf of Minnesota Mining & Manu-
facturing Co., accompanied by Raymond H. Herzog and
Charles Lauder_.

1486-1496

1497-1510

George A. Hamid, Jr., vice chairman, Music Royalty Com-
mittee, International Association of Amusement Parks

THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1965_.

1518-1533

Spencer C. Olin, on behalf of Walt Disney Productions..
Frederick Burkhardt, American Council of Learned Societies,
accompanied by Martin F. Richman__

1542-1548

1548-1561

Martha A. Gable, chairman, Pennsylvania Educational TV
Advisory Committee__

1571-1574

Frank C. Campbell, Music Library Association...--

1574-1577

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