Senator Jacob Javits; Senator Henry Javits; Hugh Scott on Fair Housing title of Civil Rights bill

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(1) Sen. Hugh Scott (R-PA) objects to the fair housing law in the Civil Rights Act of 1966 (6/15). (2) Secretary of State Dean Rusk states his opposition to any reduction in NATO forces before the Senate Government Operations subcommittee (6/16). (3) Ronald Reagan, Republican nominee for governor of California, at the National Press Club (6/16). (4) Dr Homer Newell, NASA's associate administrator, and Dr. Leonard Jaffee, Surveyor project scientist at Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, CA, on the results of the Surveyor 1 spacecraft's moon landing (6/16). (5) Ronald Reagan at the National Press Club (6/16). (6) Unidentified (possibly Rep. John E. Moss [D-CT], floor manager of the bill) on the freedom of information bill (6/17). (7) President Lyndon Johnson signs a bill authorizing a $390 million power expansion program for Grand Coulee Dam (6/13). (8) President Johnson, speaking to foreign service and State Depart officials, urges patience with Vietnam politics (6/9). (9) Sen. Jacob K. Javits (R-NY) interviewed about the civil rights bill, the effort to "water down" the anti-discrimination housing aspect of the bill (6/9). (10) President Johnson urges patience with Vietnam politics (6/9). (11) Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara on decision to withdraw, after consulting with NATO allies, of military planes, munitions, and equipment from France (6/15). (12) Rep. Leslie C. Arends (R-IL) on the need for public hearings by the House Armed Services Committee on draft law (6/15). (13) President Johnson on the medical profession and the prevention of "unreasonable costs" (6/14) (14) First direct-dial transatlantic phone call, from Philadelphia to Geneva (6/15). (15) Sen. Everett Dirksen (R-IL) remarks on the freedom of information bill (6/16). (16) Rep. Gerald Ford (R-MI) remarks on the civil rights bill (6/16).
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