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typed June 27. 1973
National Translator Association
Mr. President, Montana is proud to be the home state of
the President of the National Translator Association, Nat Allen of
Roundup, Huntanu . Nat Allen has been active in the activities of this
Aasocia~ion for many years. He recently brought to my attention the
address made to the National Translator Association's Annual Banquet
by Lester W. Lindow, Executive Director of the Association of Maximum
Service Tel.~casters . This is a fine statement on the current status
of translators and cable. As my colleagues here in the Senate know,
there is a continuing debate b~twean these two aspect3 of telecommunications
• I and I offer this one interpretation and ask that it be printed at the
conclusion of my remarks.
Mike Mansfield Papers, Series 21, Box 49, Folder 7, Mansfield Library, University of Montana
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