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Knights Again Enter Lists

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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
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A little rolling light in contrast and imagery Stirring combat between champions in full armor features the fourth annual horse show held at the famous seaside resort.

Pick Ace Cat-putter-outer

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Seattle, Washington
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A little rolling light in contrast and imagery Old fashioned nightshirts flapping in the breeze, a bevy of male householders races seventy yards from its bunks with a cat in one hand and a lighted candle in the other for the last-chore-of-the-day championship. Men wearing sleep wear, getting up and off the cots that were set up out-side. They run with a stuffed toy kitten and back to the cots. The winner is awarded a real kitten.

Invents Dual-control Car

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Cleveland, Ohio
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Rolling, some overexposure in contrast and imagery A septuagenarian produces a strange-looking automobile by fitting a standard model with two steering-wheels as an aid to teaching the uninitiated to drive. (driving lessons)

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 28, 1973 (1/2)

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[00.36.27-TRANSCRIPT MISSING-DEAN discussing meeting with NIXON to discuss agenda, direction of HALDEMAN and EHRLICHMAN] DEAN. Next meeting was Feb. 27, 1973, it is essential to have an understanding of the AGENDA, from the LaCosta meetings, that was the purpose of DEAN'S meetings with NIXON. The AGENDA related to a coming meeting between Sen. BAKER and NIXON, whether STANS would be sent up for a confirmed post in the government, to diffuse the impact of the ERVIN COMMITTEE hearings by having hearings for STANS' confirmation. DEAN was to talk to STANS about this. [00.38.13] DEAN. Next item on agenda for Feb. 27, 1973 meeting with NIXON was status of Mr. MAGRUDER. DEAN was asked to prepare the Agenda by Mr. HALDEMAN pursuant to a conversation and the LaCosta meetings. DEAN was also advised in February of a meeting between TIMMONS (White House) and Sen. BAKER, in which BAKER indicated a wish to meet with NIXON before the start of ERVIN COMMITTEE hearings, to discuss EXEC. PRIVILEGE, and that BAKER had indicated a desire to be helpful to the White House. [00.39.29] BAKER responds to DEAN'S testimony that BAKER was playing ball with the White House in Feb. 1973, Asks DEAN to state for the record whether he later learned of the content of BAKER'S meeting with NIXON. DEAN states that he did learn of the content of the meeting. [00.39.45] [RETURN TO TRANSCRIPT] Mr. DEAN. Do you want me to take that out of order right now? Senator BAKER. If you don't mind. Mr. DEAN. Certainly. The President reported to me--first of all, Mr. Haldeman reported to me, and subsequently the President reported to me, that you had urged the President to send members of the White House staff up to this committee as quickly as he could get them up here and waive executive privilege. The President told you that he was going to hold the line at written interrogatories. Senator BAKER. Mr. Dean, would you proceed, then, with your sequence as I have it? Before you do, I see -we have another roll call vote. If the committee is agreeable, we will recess at this point until we can return from it. [00.40.33-LEHRER v.o. states Senators must go to vote-00.40.46-after Recess]

The Porter Wagoner Show No. 613

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Nashville, Tennessee
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Opryland (El Paso) Porter Wagoner/Quartet "Gonna Go Home" Freddie Weller "Perfect Stranger" Mack Magaha "Durham's Bull" (Instrumental) Porter Wagoner/Quartet "Old Log Cabin" Linda Moore "Blue Eye's Cryin' In The Rain" Speck Rhodes (phone) (comedy/narration) Linda Moore "You Can't Be A Beacon" Freddie Weller "Promised Land" Porter Wagoner/Band "Eli Stubbs and HIs funky Bluegrass Band"

The Porter Wagoner Show No. 559

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Opryland (barnyard) Porter Wagoner "Happy Faces" Mac Wiseman "Letter Edged in Black" The Wagon Masters "Oklahoma Stomp" (Instrumental) Barbara Lee "I Think of You" Porter Wagoner "Just For the Lonely" Speck Rhodes (phone) (comedy/narration) Porter Wagoner "Stones" mac Wiseman "I Wonder How The Old Folks Are At Home" Mac Wiseman "Four Walls Around Me"

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 28, 1973 (1/2)

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[01.00.15-DEAN describes instances where White House subordinates were required to take blame to protect those higher up, compares to his situation with the Watergate coverup.] Senator TALMADGE. All right. Proceed. Mr. DEAN. Another instance that occurs to me is when during the 1970 congressional campaign there were a number of rather rough, you might call, of questionable political ethical standard, ads run that got the name of the Shipley ad because Mr. Shipley had signed the ads. The ultimate blame came to rest at the White House and it came to rest on Chuck Colson. [01.00.54] Senator TALMADGE. You are saving then in your testimony. as I understand it, it was common practice -in the White House when something went wrong for subordinates to take the blame for their superiors; is that your testimony? Mr. DEAN. Yes. it is, Senator. Senator TALMADGE. 'Thank you very much, Mr. Dean. I must rush to the Senate floor and the committee will stand in recess until the vice chairman or some other member returns. Thank you, sir. Mr. DEAN. Fine. [01.01.20] Jim LEHRER v.o. states that Sen. TALMADGE has raised the new ethical issue of scapegoating, which will be pursued further with DEAN. [PBS NETWORK ID-title screen "SENATE HEARINGS ON CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES"] [01.04.06-TAPE OUT]

Yellow Rumped Warbler

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(Tape 2) 15:12:58 Yellow-rumped warbler on branch

Noise Annoys

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DO NOT SELL ON PREVIEW TAPE # 991537 - i Film opens with Deputy Dawg taking an afternoon siesta inside the jailhouse until the telephone rings. The Dawg is so lazy he doesn't even get up to answer it, instead uses a lasso to bring the receiver to him. On the other end is the Sheriff who lets Dawg know about a problem he needs help with. It seems that a baby whooping crane has taken affection to the sheriif, mistaking him for his mommy, but the sheriff doesn't want the adorable bugger named Whooper around. It becomes the Dawg's perogative to return Whooper to his rightful momma but no matter how hard Dawg tries, the whooper goes right back to the sheriff who gets angrier every time the lil' whooping crane returns. Eventually the Dwg takes Whooper in as his own.

Formosa Hit By 2nd Terrific Earthquake

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TAIWAN
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Shaky dull in contrast and imagery A second tremendous shock follows on the heels of the disaster that took 3,000 lives. Wreckage is piled on wreckage before an army of workers can complete its Herculean task of rebuilding the unfortunate island.

Girls Trapise Over Links

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HEALDSBURG, CA
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A little jumpy dull in contrast and imagery An enterprising golf club hires a bevy of handsom young women in shorts and have knees as caddies to the enjoyment of male players but causing serious detriment to the game they play.

Makes 'Bailing-Out' Easy

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PROSPERTOWN, N.J.
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A little shaky dull in contrast and imagery Amelia Earhart demonstrates a new 'parachute-jumping tower' which teaches novices how to step into spece. Guy wires guide the 'chute gently to the ground without danger to the student.

France's First Lady Visits U.S.

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WASHINGTON, D.C.
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A little wavy, dull, light in contrast and imagery Madame Albert Lebrun, wife of the President of the French Republic, visits the white house following her arrival here on the maiden voyage of the S.S. Normandie. She is escorted by secretary of state hull.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 28, 1973 (1/2)

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[00.40.46] Senator BAKER. The committee will come to order. It is my information from the, floor of the Senate, that there will be a series of other votes tonight. The Senate will be in session probably until 9 or 10 o'clock. That is for the edification of my colleagues. At the time -we ended, Mr. Dean, I believe you were about to tell us about the February meeting. Mr. DEAN. Yes, sir; Senator, you asked me, to give you -what led up to a given set of meetings and we had turned to the immediate agenda, but I think we ought to be. complete and full in answering the -way you requested I answer. I will give you the, intervening sequences that occurred just in highlight again, directly relating to what occurred in the February meetings. It was the intervening event of the payment of silence, money and then the lack of that money and a serious problem with differences between Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Haldeman and Mr. Ehrlichman about who would raise that money. [00.41.48] There, was also the intervening event of clemency being assured to Mr. Hunt, in which Mr. Ehrlichman informed me that--I was present when he, told Mr. Colson and myself that, he was going in to see the President about it. He subsequently informed me he, talked to the President. MR. Colson had informed me he talked to the President about it and subsequently, there was another meeting in Mr. Ehrlichman's office when it was described how the assurance was given to Mr. Hunt's lawyer, Mr. Bittman. Senator BAKER. Before you go on with that, Mr. Dean, so you have some preview of the subject matter I am going to cover, it would appear now that I probably may not finish my questions in this first round, but just so you know I do not intend to skip those things, I have, on my list the break-in, the, coverup, the so-called enemies list, executive privilege, Executive clemency domestic intelligence, Internal Revenue Service, Judge Richey, and a number of other things. Each of those I consider to be a subject I want to explore more fully. But for the sake of time---- Mr. DEAN. All I am doing is highlighting, as I just did right then, what was leading up to the February, meetings. [00.43.04] Senator BAKER. All right, but for the sake of time, I would like to focus at this moment on what the President knew and when he knew it. Let us start first, with direct information that you have. Mr. DEAN. All right. I am going to give you a, document that, went directly to the President and I think that the fastest way for me to handle that is just to read the document. We have already covered the first part of it. Senator BAKER. What document? [00.43.24-DEAN shows a document that details BAKER'S secret meeting with NIXON] Mr. DEAN. This is exhibit No. 34-34. The first part was what we just discussed, "Baker meeting with President. "Baker requested secret meeting re Watergate hearings. "Baker told Timmons he, wants guidance, but to maintain his purity in the Senate he doesn't want a anyone to know of meeting with the, President. "Timmons believes that Baker wants to help. "Timmons does not feel Baker would object if there was staff present during meeting, so long as fact of meeting never gets out. "Meeting would be excellent chalice to find out what Baker plans to do and set up channel to work with him." This was based on a conversation, as I believe we discussed in executive session, of Mr. Timmons' perception of the conversation he had with you. "(2) Sending Stans up for confirmation. "We don't know if Stans wants to do this, but we do know he -wants to be rehabilitated and isn't afraid to tell his story publicly. "Confirmation hearings would help defuse Watergate hearings, and the more of this we get to the public, the less impact the Watergate hearings per se will have. "This should be resolved quickly, because it will only be helpful if it, occurs prior to Watergate hearings. (Stans has requested to see Dean on February 28--upon his return from Jamaica.) "(3) What to do with Magruder: "Jeb wants to return to the White House (Bicentennial project). "May be vulnerable (Sloan) until Senate hearings are completed. "Jeb personally is prepared to withstand confirmation hearings. [00.45.01-DEAN discusses proposed role of Pat BUCHANAN] "(4) Use of Buchanan as observer/spokesman to keep press coverage honest: "Watergate press coverage to date has been dishonest and libelous. Pat could call them to task. "The hearings are going to be partisan. Pat, could make certain that the public understand this. "Teddy Kennedy is a, moving force behind the hearings--this can and should be, documented. Pat could do this well. "The public does not perceive Buchanan as being that close to the President. The basic question is whether the White House. is going to sit quietly and take the unwarranted abuse, that is bound to come from hearings.' We can't run a secret counter PR effort so why not, do it Openly and respectfully--Pat can do that." "Buchanan's role will eliminate much of the heat that Ziegler will otherwise receive, and Ziegler could even have Pat brief from time to time. [00.45.55]

Game Birds - Willow Ptarmigan

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(Tape 2) 06:26:47 Male willow ptarmigan and young sit on roadside and feed

Interview about Vietnam War

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USA, Texas
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Unfortunately optical track is not very clear. KTVT reporter interviewing a young man (politician?) about Vietnam soldiers. talks about how the soldiers over there feel that the "people here have let them down" that they are the "forgotten soldiers of the forgotten war." He says that "the beatniks and the beakniks and the peaceniks are getting all the publicity" He suggests that Americans write letters to them over there and tell them what a great job they are doing. He is then asked how the overall morale is and answers "Unbelieveably high, it really was." he says that the biggest morale booster he saw was "when the troops found out that we finally bombed Hanoi...there was cheering, slapping of backs and shaking hands, it was as if somebody's wife just had a baby the way they were running around."

Omaha Wins Rich Belmont Stakes In Drenching Rain

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BELMONT PARK, N.Y.
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00:41:11 - 00:42:11
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A little jumpy, dull in contrast and imagery William Woodward s derby-Preakness Victor comes into his own again, pounding around the track in a deluge of rain to win the historic Belmont stakes before 25,000 damp but enthusiastic spectators.

President At West Point Graduation

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WEST POINT, N.Y.
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007-362-06
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Rolling, dull in contrast and imagery President Roosevelt hands out diplomas at the military academy commencement exercises. In a speech to the Future Generals. He reminds them of the academy's traditions and urges the men to promote understanding wherever they go. "And so gentlemen. Personally I extent to each and one of you who graduated today. My congratulations and best wishes. As commander and chief of the army, I say you that I am proud of you and wish you the peace." President Roosevelt's given speech at a West Point Graduation, 1935.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 28, 1973 (1/2)

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Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office Building
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[00.45.55-DEAN discussing talking points of Feb 27, 1973 meeting with NIXON] "(5) Getting the A.G. back- on the reservation: "A.G. is merely biding his time until he returns to the private sector. "A.G. is extremely loyal to the President and if asked to take, an active concern in these hearings (and their fallout) would do so--Otherwise, he 'will probably do what is best for his own self-interest. "A.G. should be asked to remain in office at least 1 full year from this date (i.e., until hearings have passed) because hearings may well result in request for additional action by DOJ. A.G. can get Henry Petersen-who has the greatest loyalty for the A.G.--to handle sensitive problems with ease. We can't afford bitterness in the DOJ nor can we risk a new A.G. being able to grapple with some of the potential problems." Senator BAKER. Mr. Dean, this was dictated by you? Mr. DEAN. This was as the result of a meeting I had with Mr. Haldeman discussing the agenda. These were matters that had come up in--some of them had come up in LaCosta. I was asked to boil them down into a paper to go in to discuss with the President. Senator BAKER. All right. When was this -paper prepared? Mr. DEAN. This was prepared the 19th or 20th of February of this year. Senator BAKER. All of these things, or at least some of them, never occurred that are dealt with in here. Mr. DEAN. I got a response from each of the points on here. As I will subsequently tell you, there was a subsequent agenda prepared for the meeting between yourself and the President. Senator BAKER. Which one is this? Mr. DEAN. That would be exhibit No. 34-35. Mr. Stans--I was asked to talk to him to see if he was interested in being sent up for a confirmable post and to explore to see if there was any post that he was interested in. He and I discussed it and he didn't have any particular post in mind and didn't particularly want to do it after he gave it some consideration. There was a Presidential decision that Mr. Magruder could not return to the White House staff. There was also a decision by the President that Mr. Buchanan could not be used as an observer spokesman because the President, I was told, felt that Mr. Buchanan was too close to him, had been with him too long, relating back to even pre-1968. Finally, there was a meeting and there is a subsequent agenda I have in the exhibits for the meeting with the Attorney General. [00.48.30] Now, as I say, these all led up to what later occurred in my discussions on the 27th and 28th with the President. Let me turn to the next exhibit. This was again requested by Mr. Haldeman. He said, "Prepare it, do not send it through normal channels because it was to be a totally off the record meeting, between 30 and 45 minutes. Originally there was to be staff, Mr. Dean, or alternatives. It was decided there would be no staff present, so that was crossed out on the record. [00.49.05-DEAN discusses the White House plan to get Sen. BAKER on their side] General description is: Potential Matters for Discussion with Senator Baker. General: Take Baker's pulse and find out bow much he wants to help--keep this from becoming a political circus. Baker can be assured that no one in the White House had any knowledge that there was going to be a break-in and bugging of the DNC. If Baker appears to be truly desirous of cooperating and the fact he, is seeking guidance may so indicate--he might be told that there are matters unrelated to the, bugging incident per se (e.g., Segretti, Kalmbach) that could be embarrassing and tarnish good people whose motives were the highest. Surely he can appreciate that things which occur at the White House have a degree of sensitivity that occur no where else in Government. [00.49.51] 1968 Bugging: Tell Baker that J. Edgar Hoover personally informed the President shortly after taking office that his campaign had been bugged. Presently seeking to obtain documentation and evidence of the 1968 incidents. Appearances of White House Staff Members Before, Senate Committee Statement coming out shortly on the matter of executive privilege. [Draft attached.] [00.50.22]

Consumers Plan Boycott of Grocery Chain

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This film switches between b/w and color and between sound and silent. But the two women being interviewed are talking about grocery store prices and their petition to lower prices. Shots of women with "Stamp out High Prices" signs. "Think before you buy" "Help Lower All Food Prices" "Help us Girls". They plan to boycott the chain if the petition is ignored. There is a great segment at 01:31:18 where the chain manager or owner is interviewed by two women protesting the high proces. They ask him to break down every dollar and explain the expenses and then ask why the profit is not invested. The manager is very patronizing.

Feodor Dostoevsky

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USSR
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PREMIERE 4423
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"This is about some of the more important aspects of Dostoevsky's life. He was born in 1821 to a poor family on the outskirts of Moscow. He had a harsh upbringing and his mother died of tuberculosis at the age of 37. After graduating from military school, he resigned and started writing. He was arrested and imprisoned for illegal discussions about socialism and was saved from execution only by the actual last-minute reprieve from the Emperor. He was sentenced to hard labor in Siberia and then returned after many years to St. Petersburg, where he wrote about the poor and unfortunate people living in that huge city, based on characters and situations in his own neighborhood, notably "Crime and Punishment". His over great novels were, of course, "The Idiot" and "The Brothers Karamozov". He was an outstanding artist and moralist who broadened the boundary of man's spiritual existence."

Heavy Pay Rolls As Silver Dollars Reach The Public

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PHILADELPHIA, PA
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A little jumpy, dull in contrast and imagery A quarter of a million dollars in silver cartwheels is handled like so many tons of coal as business houses pay off in the white metal to encourage spending by their employers. Cool shot of women with silver dollars stuffed into their nylon stockings.

Now Is The Time For All Good Key Aces to Get Hot

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CHICAGO, IL
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00:36:36 - 00:37:20
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008-488-09
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Rolling, light in contrast and imagery The country's fastest typists compete in a key-slamming that's so fast they haven't time to maintain their tradition for chewing gum. And a New York man beats the blonde steno with the terrific total of 135 words a minute.

Pres. Roosevelt At The Unveiling At Mt. Rushmore

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MT. RUSHMORE, S.D.
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Rolling, light in contrast and imagery The President attends ceremonies during which a gigantic head of Jefferson, carved in the side of the mountain, is officially dedicated sculptors continue their work on the monument in America's Historical Heroes.
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