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  •  Opening with Gonzales climbing the steps of the U.S. Capitol Building while the sounds of the Bells of Congress are heard 
  •  Beginning of program; Talks about increasing workload 
  •  Conference report on Daylight Savings Time Bill, credits bill's success to its permissiveness 
  •  Outlines a program for grants and aid in India proposed by Lyndon Johnson after meeting with Indira Gandhi 
  •  Compares aforementioned program to a program he has proposed for Latin America 
  •  Comments on extending and strengthening the Contract Renegotiation Board (formerly known as the War Production Board) to avoid profiteering during the Vietnam War 
  •  Expresses outrage at demonstrators carrying Viet Cong flag 
  •  On investigating the feasibility of a bill to outlaw the use of the Viet Cong flag in demonstrations in the United States 
 
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Title:Gonzales Report [Renegotiation Board; Viet Cong Flag Ban]
Identifier:e_hbg_0068
Description:Weekly public address from Congressman Henry B. Gonzalez to his constituents in Bexar County, Texas. Comments on a conference report for the daylight savings time bill, extending and strengthening the Contract Renegotiation Board (formerly known as the War Production Board) to avoid profiteering during the Vietnam War, and a future program idea for grants and aid in India proposed by Lyndon Johnson after meeting with Indira Gandhi. Gonzalez talks about applying a similar program to Latin American countries, and also talks about investigating the feasibility of a bill to outlaw the use of the Viet Cong flag in demonstrations in the United States. Has opening with Gonzales climbing the steps of the U.S. Capitol Building while the sounds of the Bells of Congress are heard. Black and white picture with sound. Writing on leader reads "O/C, 11."
Country:United States
City:Washington (D.C.)
Date:1966-04-03
CreatorGonzalez, Henry B.
Location:2004-127/333, reel 5a
Source:Gonzalez (Henry B.) Collection
Language:en
PublisherDolph Briscoe Center for American History
Rights:Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
Original Format:black-and-white film; sound tracks, 16mm