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Witnesses—Continued

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Cairns, Robert W., executive director, American Chemical Society --- 229

Prepared statement.-

231

Cameron, Prof. Rondo, author..

467

Prepared statement..

473

Chapin, Edward W., counsel, Broadcast Music, Inc.-

907

Ciancimino, Albert F., counsel, SESAC, Inc.

398, 1738

Prepared statement...

397, 1738

Cohen, Edwin G., executive director of the Agency Instructional

Television.-

859

Prepared statement...

880

Cohen, John, member of the board of directors, National Association

of Recording Merchandisers, Inc.-

1571

Prepared statement.--

1571

Collins, Fred, Jr., president, Music Operators of America -

410

Cooper, Edward, vice president, Motion Picture Association of

America

1731

Cooper, Robert, executive secretary, Community Antenna Television

Association.

613

Prepared statement.-

624

Copland, Aaron, composer.

374

Prepared statement.-

377

Coppedge, John O., chairman, National Collegiate Athletic Associa-

tion, Cable Television Association, Cable Television Association

Subcommittee.-

820

Prepared statement..

817

Cornils, Wayne, chairman, Small Market Radio Committee, National

Association of Broadcasters..

1366

Cramer, Edward M., president, Broadcast Music, Inc.

907

Davis, Louis F. (Chip), composer.

396

Prepared statement-

395

Dew, Walter, Advertising Typographers Association.

1142

Prepared statement..

1212

Ebenstein, Daniel, on behalf of Leonard Storch Enterprises, Inc... 1142

Prepared statement.-

1144

Evans, Robert V., vice president and general counsel, CBS, Inc.-- 684, 765

Prepared statement.-

683, 764

Farmer, Ernest R., president, Shawnee Press, Inc., Delaware Water

Gap, Pa...

344

Prepared statement.--

342

Feist, Leonard, executive vice president, National Music Publishers

Association -

1579

Fitzpatrick, James, general counsel, Recording Industry Association

of America -

1298, 1393

Ford, Frederick W., counsel, Ad Hoc Committee of Concerned Cable

Television Operators for a Fair Copyright Law...

627

Prepared statement..

636

Freitag, Bernard J., teacher, Council Rock High School, New Town,

Pa.---

276

Gastel, Joseph, copyright attorney-

1014

Prepared statement-

1019

Glover, John D., director, Cambridge Research Institute.

1401

Prepared statement-

1402

Goldbloom, Irwin, Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Civil Division,

Department of Justice

127

Prepared statement-

149

Golodner, Jack, executive secretary, Council of AFL-CIO Unions for
Professional Employees

1298

Gortikov, Stanley, president, Recording Industry Association of

America, Inc.

1298, 1393

Prepared statement.--

1304, 1394

Gramuglia, Thomas, Independent Record & Tape Association of

America...

1238

Prepared statement-

1279

Hamlisch, Marvin, American Guild of Authors and Composers.. 1646

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Witnesses-Continued

Hardy, Ashton R., General Counsel, Federal Communications Com- Page
mission..

433

Prepared statement-

444

Heilman, David, EC Tape Service --

1238

Hightower, John, chairman, Advocates for the Arts..

1298

Prepared statement..

1339

Hitchens, Howard B., executive director, Association for Educational

Communications & Technology.--

288

Prepared statement-

279

Hochberg, Philip R., on behalf of Don V. Ruck, vice president, Na-

tional Hockey League--

810

Prepared statement..

812

Hogan, Robert F., executive secretary, National Council of Teachers

of English

292

Prepared statement-

290

Holmes, Lee, president, Guam Cable TV Co.

1717

Prepared statement-

1719

Hoopes, Townsend, president, Association of American Publishers 237

Prepared statement...

238, 1702

Howard, William K., president, Hollywood Film Council

700

Prepared statement-

698

Kaminstein, Abraham L., former Register of Copyrights, Library of

Congress-

91

Kapp, Michael, president, Warner Special Products-

1570
Karp, Irwin, counsel for the Authors League of America, Inc.

216,

354, 907, 1704

Prepared statement.

220, 348, 910, 1705, 1764

Keller, Thomas J., Acting General Counsel, Office of Telecommuni-

cations Policy, Executive Office of the President.-

447

Prepared statement-

457

Kiser, David B., associate, Cambridge Research Institute

1401

Korman, Bernard, general counsel, American Society of Composers,

Authors & Publishers.

374, 907

Krelstein, Harold, chairman, Radio Board of Directors, National

Association of Broadcasters

1366

Kuhn, Bowie, Commissioner of Baseball..

794

Prepared statement

785

Latman, Alan, attorney, International Typographic Composition

Association

991

Prepared statement.

1004

Leeds, Henry, counsel, Mergenthaler Corp---

1014

Lieb, Charles H., counsel for the Association of American Publishers.- 225

Prepared statement.---

226

Linden, Bella L., representing educational publishers-

313

Prepared statement.

311

Lorenz, John G., Acting Librarian of Congress, Library of Congress- 91

Low, Edmon, representative of six library associations -

184

Prepared statement-

199

Mawdsley, Russell, chairman, Legislative Committee, Music

Operators

of America

421

Prepared statement-

418

Meell, Edward J., chairman, Educational Media Producers Council. 330

Prepared statement

316

Merry, Donald D., president, Sicom Electronics Corp

474

Prepared statement...

479

Meyer, Gerald, counsel, Motion Picture Association

--

759

Mulliken, Charles, International Typographic Association

1142

Prepared statement.---

1212

Nathan, Robert R., economist and attorney, president, Robert R.

Nathan Associates..

1580

Oliver, Sy, composer.

390

Prepared statement-

391

Parker, Michael, director, typographic development, Mergenthaler 391

Corp.

1014

Prepared statement.

1036

Patterson, Perry S., counsel, Rock-Ola Manufacturing Corp-

411

Prepared statement..

413

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Witnesses Continued

Peer, Ralph, vice_president, Peer-Southern Organization; director, Page
National Music Publishers Association..

1645

Quayle, Donald R., senior vice president for broadcasting, Corpora-

tion for Public Broadcasting-

859

Prepared statement..

863

Raskind, Leo J., representing the Association of American Law

Schools, the American Association of University Professors, and the

American Council on Education.---

272

Prepared statement.-----

269

Ringer, Barbara, Register of Copyrights, Library of Congress.

91,

1779, 1807, 1865, 1901

Prepared statement.

95

Rockwell, Dr. Margaret, Washington Ear --

1757

Sandler, Jack B., chairman, Government Relations Committee of

the Book Manufacturers Institute, Inc.-

1695

Prepared statement.----

1697

Sheppard, Dr. Walter, representing the Association of Public Radio
Stations...

1757

Simon, Gerald A., managing director, Cambridge Research Institute. 1401

Simpson, Paul C., Nashville, Tenn.--

693

Prepared statement..

690

Smith, Eric H., associate general counsel, Public Broadcasting

Service-

859

Prepared statement-

865

Steinbach, Sheldon E., staff counsel, American Council on Education - 268

Strackbein, O. R., representing International Allied Printing Trades

Association -

1663

Prepared statement-

1666

Summers, John B., general counsel, National Association of Broad-

casters..

777

Prepared statement-

774

Tegtmeyer, Rene D., Assistant Commissioner for Patents, Depart-

ment of Commerce

163

Prepared statement-

159

Valenti, Jack, president, Motion Picture Association of America, Inc.,

and the Association of Motion Picture & Television Producers, Inc.-

704

Prepared statement-

705, 761, 1731

Van Arkel, Gerard, general counsel, International Typographical

Union --

1694

Prepared statement-

1668

Wally, I. Alan, president, Record & Tape Association of America - 1238

Prepared statement-

1251

Wasilewski, Vincent T., president, National Association of Broad-

casters

1366

Prepared statement-

1363

Wasserstrom, Alfred H., copyright attorney

1142

Prepared statement-

1217

Wicks, David O., Jr., Becker Communications Associates

598

Prepared statement...

607

Wolff, I. Sanford, the American Federation of Musicians (AFL-CIO),

and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists

(AFL-CIO)------

1298

Prepared statement-

1298

Won Pat, Hon. Antonio Borja, a Representative in Congress from

the Territory of Guam..

1717

Zimmerman, Thomas F., first vice president, National Religious

Broadcasters, Inc.-

1743

Prepared statement-

1745

Zurkowski, Paul G., president, Information Industry Association 340

Prepared statement-

332

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Additional material-

Affidavits and letters concerning licensing of copyrighted products to Page

television stations and the sale of advertising time to advertisers--- 743

Allen, Joseph P., Assistant Administrator for Legislative Affairs,

National Aeronautics and Space Administration, letter dated

September 5, 1975, to Hon. Peter W. Rodino, Jr., chairman, House

Committee on the Judiciary --

178

American Broadcasting Companies, Inc., prepared statement-

827

American Business Press, Inc., prepared statement.

252

American Guild of Authors and Composers and the National Music

Publishers Association, joint statement.-

1586, 1641

American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers, prepared

statement.-

925, 947

Biemiller, Andrew, director, Legislative Department, AFL-CIO, letter
dated July 22, 1975, to Hon. Robert W. Kastenmeier..

1335
Bresnan, William J., president, Cable Division, Teleprompter Corp-- 849
Broadcast Music, Inc., prepared statement.-

389, 962, 965
Burns, Aaron, president, International Typeface Corp., letter dated
July 28, 1975, to Hon. Robert W. Kastenmeier---

1020
"Cable Television Under the 1972 Rules and the Impact of Alternative
Copyright Fee Proposals," by Bridger M. Mitchell..

517
Cairns, Robert W., American Chemical Society, letter dated June 25,
1975, to Hon. Robert W. Kastenmeier.-

243
"Copyrightability of Typeface and Type Font Design,” statement of
position, Castcraft Industries, Inc

1228
Coyle, Maurice J., M.D., Department of Radiology, Providence Hos-

pital, Anchorage, Alaska, letter dated July 9, 1975, to Hon. Peter W.
Rodino, Jr.

215

Davis, Hal C., president, American Federation of Musicians, letter

dated July 8, 1975, to Hon. Robert W. Kastenmeier..

1658

Ebenstein, Daniel, Amster and Rothstein, counselors at law, letter

dated July 18, 1975, to Hon. Robert W. Kastenmeier.

1194

Evans, Robert V., vice president, CBS, letter dated July 3, 1975, to

Hon. Robert W. Kastenmeier, chairman, Subcommittee on Courts,

Civil Liberties, and the Administration of Justice -

689

Feist, Leonard, National Music Publishers' Association, Inc., letter
dated October 3, 1975, to Hon. Robert W. Kastenmeier.

1651
Finn, James B., Ph. D., senior vice president, research and develop-

ment, the C. V. Mosby Co., letter dated August 8, 1975, to Dr.
Ray Alan Woodriff

265
General license agreement, restaurants, taverns, nightclubs, and simi-
lar establishments.

385
Harris, James A., president, National Education Association, pre-
pared statement.-

274
Hightower, John B., chairman, Advocate for the Arts/Association
Councils for the Arts, prepared statement.--

263
Ivy, Emma G., R.N., Wrangell General Hospital, Wrangell, Alaska,
letter dated July 22, 1975, to Hon. Don Young-

215

Keaney, Kevin J., general counsel, Federal Librarians Association,

prepared statement-

262

King, Frank Peewee, composer, prepared statement-

394

Korman, Bernard, general counsel, American Society of Composers,

Authors, and Publishers, letter dated August 6, 1975, to Hon.

Robert W. Kastenmeier.

383

Lindow, Lester W., executive director, Association of Maximum

Service Telecasters, prepared statement-

845

Lorenz, John G., Acting Librarian of Congress, letter dated August

26, 1975, to Hon. Peter W. Rodino, Jr., chairman, House Com-

mittee on the Judiciary -

174

McCloskey, Robert J., Assistant Secretary for Congressional Rela-

tions, Department of State, letter dated May 7, 1975, to Hon. Peter
W. Rodino, Jr., chairman, House Committee on the Judiciary --- 172

McKenna, Frank, executive director, Special Libraries Association,

prepared statement.

209

Marke, Julius J., American Association of Law Libraries, prepared
statement.no

254
Additional material Continued

Marshall, Nancy H., director, Wisconsin Interlibrary Loan Service,

Madison, Wis., letter dated May 6, 1975, to Hon. Robert W. Page
Kastenmeier...

215
Mathews, Hon. David, Secretary, Department of Health, Education,
and Welfare, prepared statement.--

261
Mercer, Johnny, composer, prepared statement.

381
Mergenthaler Linotype Co., prepared statement-

1054
Nathan, Robert R., president, Robert R. Nathan Associates, Inc.,

letter dated October 24, 1975, to Hon. Robert W. Kastenmeier... 1640

National Broadcasting Co., Inc., prepared statement.

825, 1385

National Music Publishers Association and American Guild of Authors

& Composers, prepared statement.---

920

Nimmer, Prof. Melville B., professor of law, UCLA School of Law,

prepared statement.--

1038

Norwood, Frank W., executive secretary, Joint Council on Educational

Telecommunications, letter dated July 10, 1975, to Hon. Robert W.

Kastenmeier.

883

Parker, Michael, director, Typographical Development Mergenthaler

Linotype Co., letter dated July 28, 1975, to Hon. Robert W.

Kastenmeier

1041

Passano, William M., chairman of the board, Williams & Wilkins Co.,

prepared statement..

260

Rayin, Mona (R.N.), instructor coordinator of R.N. Programs and
Outreach, letter dated August 12, 1975, to Hon. Don Young-

214
"Registration of Original Typeface Designs: Extension of Comment
Period,” vol., No. 223, Federal Register, November 18, 1975..

1017
Registration of Original Typeface Designs," vol. 39, No. 176, Federal
Register, September 10, 1974

1016

Ringer, Barbara, Register of Copyrights, letter dated June 6, 1975, to

Hon. Robert W. Kastenmeier..

1008

Ruck, Don V., vice president, National Hockey League, prepared
statement.-t

813

Schrader, Dorothy M., General Counsel, Copyright Office, prepared

statement.

1015

Stevens, Hon. Ted, a U.S. Senator From the State of Alaska, letter

dated October 8, 1975, to Hon. Robert W. Kastenmeier..

1659

Steuermann, Clara, president, Music Library Association, prepared

statement -

207

“The Great American Rip-Off,” by Mike Terranova, a pamphlet

published by the Independent Record and Tape Association of

America -

1265

Times Mirror, prepared statement.

852
"Typeface Design Protection,” statement of position of the American
Institute of Graphic Arts-

1226

Valenti, Jack, president, Motion Picture Association of America, Inc.,

letters to Hon. Robert W. Kastenmeier-

September 10, 1975..

1724

November 7, 1975--

1736

Vanantwerpen, F. J., president, Council of Engineering and Scientific
Society Executives, prepared statement-

369
Wally, Alan I., president, Record and Tape Association of America,
letter dated July 22, 1975, to Hon. Robert W. Kastenmeier...

1263
Warren, Albert, chairman, Copyright Committee, Independent News-
letter Association, prepared statement--

367

Wigron, Harold E., National Education Associations.

276

Woodriff, Dr. Ray, Department of Chemistry, Montana State Univer-

sity, prepared statement.-

265

Young, Hon. Don, a Representative in Congress From the State of

Alaska, letter dated October 2, 1975, to Hon. Robert W.

Kastenmeier ----

214.

Appendixes-

Appendix 1.—Teleprompter Corp. memorandum on Constitutionality

of Proposed Copyright Legislation (H.R. 2223)..

1917

Appendix 2.–18 briefing papers submitted by the Copyright Office - 2051

Appendix 3.--Report of Working Group of Conference on Resolution

of Copyright Issues (dealing with library photocopying)---

2092

Appendix 4.— Miscellaneous communications..

2124

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