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Gulf War; Operation Desert Storm

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Persian Gulf, Kuwait, Iraq
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Edited piece regarding the Persian Gulf War, aka Operation Desert Storm. Includes short clips of fighters, bombers, helicopters, tanks, ships, Patriot air defense missiles, ground troops, some action shots. Good ADC (armament delivery recordings) of bombs & rockets hitting various targets, followed by shots of damaged or destroyed Iraqi military armor & vehicles. Green-colored night vision scenes. America's armed forces.

King George VI Dedicates Nat'l Marine Museum

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LONDON, ENGLAND
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Jumpy, shaky a little blurry in imagery and contrast King George VI and Queen Elizabeth take part in ancient pageantry as they inaugurate a maritime museum at greenwich. The King reviews several detachments from the royal navy during the ceremonies. Princess Elizabeth attends, with Queen Mary.

Royalty Sees Midday Sun Win Famous Derby

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EPSOM DOWNS, ENGLAND
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1937  (Actual Year)
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00:33:54 - 00:35:22
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Shaky, rolling dull in contrast and imagery King George and Queen Elizabeth join a tremendous throng of their Countrymen and Women to watch a thrilling revival of the historic derby. Midday sun captures the event, driving to the line in a gallant battle with the favorite.

Cameramen On The West Coast Have A Tough Job

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VENICE, CA
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00:44:42 - 00:45:39
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Shaky, jumpy dull in contrast and imagery The open season is on for bathing beauties-and the hard-working cameramen are right on hand to 'shoot' their prey. West coast sirens prepare for the 'miss California' battle by fitting their allure into the cutout of a 'perfect figure.

Colorful Parade The Highlight Of Annual Rose Fete

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PORTLAND, OR
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Shaky, dull in contrast and imagery Widespread flower gardens furnish the gorgeous blooms that decorate a monster procession. Roses hold the place of honor as wonderful, flower-decked floats carrying pretty girls in costume pass through streets lined by thousands of spectators.

Spectator Hurt In Sensational Auto Race Crash

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CHICAGO, IL
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1937  (Actual Year)
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00:59:24 - 01:00:29
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Shaky, dull in contrast and imagery Joel Thorne crashes through a fence, severely injuring a spectator as the automobile racer dashes at dizzy pace around the fair grounds speedway during a twenty-five mile contest. Hal Cole captures the event in fast time.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 28, 1973

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Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office Building
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[00.13.18-Sen. WEICKER continues to air a great deal of dirt on the White House plans to discredit the ERVIN COMMITTEE.] Senator WEICKER. Well. now, Mr. Dean, I am going to go through a chronology of events because the thing that worries me, I suppose, more than anything else about these hearings is that people say these things happened in 1970, they happened in 1971. they happened in 1972, but it is 1973, and these are matters that were back then, they involve people that existed back then, and so it is now my intention to go through a chronology of something that affects this committee. Already having tried to establish somewhat as to what was being done to the credibility of this particular witness, we have your statement on the La Costa meeting, which is February 10 to 11 of 1973. Around March 26 or March 27, I indicated by press statements that I thought the Watergate conspiracy went beyond those seven persons engaged in the actual break-in. This was done in a, statement to the press outside my office and also in an interview with UPI. That was on the 26th and 27th of March. [00.14.57] Now I intend, Mr., Chairman, to read a taped telephone conversation between Mr. Ehrlichman and Mr. Kleindienst on the 28th of March, taped by Mr. Ehrlichman and in the possession of the committee. Mr. DASH. Senator Weicker, we might identify -it as having been submitted under subpena by Mr. Ehrlichman to this committee. Senator WIECKER. Thank you very much, Mr. Dash. [Reading] EHRLICHMAN. The President wanted me to cover with you. Are you on an outside line? KLEINDIENST I'm at my parents' house. EHRLICHMAN. Oh, fine, OK, so it's a direct line? Number one, he wanted me to ask you those two things that I did yesterday about the grand jury and about Baker. He had me call Pat Gray and have Pat contact Lowell Weicker to ask about this second story that he put out yesterday to the, effect that that he had information about White House involvement, And Weicker told Gray that he was talking there about political sabotage and not about the Watergate. KLEINDIENST. About the Segretti case? EHRLICHMAN. Yeah, and that he was quite vague with Pat as to what he had, KLEINDIENST. I called him also, you know, -after I talked to the President on Monday. EHRLICHMAN. Well, the President's feeling is that it wouldn't be too bad for YOU in your press conferences in the next couple of days to take a swing at that [putting in my own parentheses, that is me. Now I get back on the record] and just say we contacted the Senator because we continue to exercise diligence in this thing and we're determined to track down every lead and it turns out he doesn't have anything--- KLEINDIENST. I would really at this delicate point question the advisability of provoking, you know, a confrontation with Weicker. He is essentially with us, he and Baker get -along good. EHRLICHMAN. Is he? KLEINDIENST. [and as soon as I make this statement I intend to interrupt with my own comment] Baker has had a long talk with him and told him to shut up and said that he would-- [Laughter] [00.17.37] Senator WEICKER. Now, this is serious business, it is not a time for wisecracks, it is a time for everybody to be telling the truth and to be telling it hard, and I don't think there is any question--Howard at times you and I don't agree--but Howard Baker has never in any manner shape, or form, directly or indirectly ever told Senator Weicker to shut up, and I am going to put that one right out on the record. I think that--- [LAUGHTER.] Senator BAKER. It is indeed a serious moment but I cannot overlook the presumptuousness of a man who is five feet seven telling a six-foot-sixer to shut, up. [Laughter.] Senator WEICKER. Thank you. "And I talked with him"--I will just Start over again. "Baker has had a long talk with him," We are now back, this is Kleindienst speaking, talking: "I talked with him on Sunday after he said he didn't have anything but he's kind of an excitable kid and we just might not want to alienate him and I think that if he finds himself in a direct word battle with the White House and me and loses face about it I think in the long run we might need that guy's vote. [00.19.15]

The Porter Wagoner Show No. 527 Promo

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Opryland USA, Nashville, Tennessee
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The Porter Wagoner Show No. 527 Opryland USA, Nashville, Tennessee The Porter Wagoner Show No. 527 Promo

Queen Bossy Gets Crown At Dairy Field Day Fete

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HOLLYWOOD, CA
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Shaky, dull in contrast and imagery This town of the stars pauses to pay tribute to another star-of bovine ilk. Milkmen finally break down and acknowledge the cow's contribution to their industry, and so they crown Mrs. Average Bossy.

46 Rockettes Sail To Try for Dancing Title At Exposition

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NEW YORK, N.Y.
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00:07:42 - 00:08:12
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Shaky, dull in contrast and imagery Forty-six girls, the Rockettes Chorus from the Radio City Music Hall, sail for France to represent this country at the international dance festival. Chosen at best exponents of a typical American dance, they will perform at the Paris exposition.

Soviet Fliers Fly South.

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Yes
OAKLAND, CALIF.
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1937  (Actual Year)
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Shaky, dull in contrast and imagery The three fliers who spanned the Arctic wastes from Moscow to Vancouver, Washington, proceed to their destination aboard a transport while at Vancouver their plane is dismantled to be shipped back to U.S.S.R. For study of its engine and other parts.

Irwin Confesses to Triple Murder Last Easter Morn

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CHICAGO, ILL.
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1937  (Actual Year)
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00:20:58 - 00:21:28
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Rolling - Shaky dull in contrast and imagery Robert Irwin, sought for three months for the new york murder of a model, her mother and a boarder, surrenders to a Chicago Newspaper and is turned over to the police for transfer to new york after he confesses the Easter Sunday Crime.

Honor Steel Plow Inventor

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GRAND DETOUR, IL
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00:23:59 - 00:24:44
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Rolling - Shaky, dull in contrast and imagery Eight thousand persons crowd this tiny village to do honor to the inventor of the first steel plow in America. Major Leonard Andrus. A pageant traces the history of the plow leading up to Major Andrus. Andrus invention of his plow a hundred years ago.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 28, 1973

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Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office Building
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[00.19.15-WEICKER reads from a taped conversation between EHRLICHMAN and KLEINDIENST that revolves around efforts to influence and discredit Sen. WEICKER and the ERVIN COMMITTEE] EHRLICHMAN. I see. You don't think that this is evidence of alienation to the point of no return, then. KLEINDIENST. -NO. You mean by Lowell? EHRLICHMAN. Yeah. KLEINDIENST. No, I don't. He's pretty disenchanted with the whole concept of it. ***Connecticut politician--- EHRLICHMAN. Well, use your own judgement on it, Richard. KLEINDIENST. [continuing]. On TV I guess seven or eight times this Sunday when I finished my testimony before my Appropriations Committee all three networks I referred to the letter Hunt sent to Sirica and I am also emphasized and repeatedly Said (a) the President wants this investigated, let the chips fall where they will but secondly, that if anybody has any information we not only want it, we expect to get it so we can investigate it and if necessary, indict other people and that anybody who withholds information like that is obstructing justice, But I did not refer to Weicker and my judgement right now is not to do so. EHRLICHMAN. OK, KLEINDIENST. If he get gets to that point, the hell with him. EHRLICHMAN. Well, our uneducated and uninformed impression was that he was to develop an attack line here on the White House or the President. KLEINDIENST. If that *** if we would conclude that that is what he's up to that he is completely alienated then I say we've got to take him on, EHRLICHMAN. Well, keep track of that and you'll be talking to Baker and you get a feel of it. [00.20.45] Senator WEICKER. And the phone conversation goes on--this is in the, possession of the committee. if any of the committee members desires a full reading of it, I will be glad to do that but I am definitely opening this along the line of our committee and the other members of the committee and I do not think the other members of the committee--- Senator BAKER. The document is in the files, and I understand was transcribed by committee staff. Mr. DASH. Actual Actually, this was given to the, committee by Mr. Ehrlichman or Ehrlichman's counsel, Mr. Wilson, under subpena, the actual tape we understand is in the possession of the prosecutors. Senator BAKER. Thank you. Senator WEICKER. Now, Mr. Dean, I will pick up the time sequence here, in a minute, but in and around this period of time, do you know of any other efforts to interfere with other members of the committee? ? Mr. DEAN. Senator, I do not. At that time, I was up at Camp David at this point in time, and I was unaware. of what, was happening and I had developed somewhat of a strained relationship with the with Mr. Ehrlichman and Mr. Haldeman already by this time as a result of some of the things that had occurred on the 21st and 22d. And I believe the President was in Florida. [00.22.02-DEAN talks about his knowledge of attempts to influence or interfere with the ERVIN committee] Some time before this, I however, in discussing this committee, I recall hearing, and I cannot recall specifically who raised it, that a number of members of this committee, the Republican members, may have recalled campaign contributions during the 1970 election from the White House and some of that money might not have been reported and that should be examined. The records of that, of those contributions, are looked in a safe in my former office; they were deposited there by Mr. Colson. I have never read them. In fact, they were put in there with instructions that nobody on my staff was to look at them, including myself, and the thought was, it was to go through those and find out What was in there. I am not aware specifically of any of the details of any of the contributions that were made to Republicans or Democrats or anyone specifically. I know this was discussed though, at one point in time. Senator WEICKER. In other -words, this was one of the matters that -was discussed to look into as a means of--- Mr. DEAN. Senator, I believe it, was. Senator WEICKER. Of pressuring the, Committee? Mr. DEAN. Specifically, it was in reference to you and trying in some way to embarrass you. Senator WEICKER. I understand that and 'We are going to get to that. [00.23.29] I will have to pick up the next step on my own book. Around April 10 I was informed by an individual who is well aware of these contributions during the 1970 campaign that he had been approached by the White House and had been requested to indicate to them that something illegal or something wrong attached themselves to the contributions made to my campaign. His answer to the White House, and his answer to press people who had been sent by the White House, was that there wasn't -anything illegal and there wasn't anything wrong. But I was notified of this fact on April 10. [00.24.24]

Lady Log-Roller Sets Dizzy Pace For Lumberjacks

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ST. HELENS, ORE.
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00:35:01 - 00:35:39
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009-576-09
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Rolling - Shaky, dull in contrast and imagery - D.O.S Sylvia Winters proves a woman's place is not always in the home as she pits her skill against the best of the log rollers among men. Developing an uncanny ability to stay on the spinning logs she takes on all comers-and with lots of success.

Mid-West Boy wins National Marblres Title

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WILDWOOD, N.J.
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Rolling - Shaky, dull in contrast and imagery Atenna in the finals of the Big Marble-Shooting Contest. Bill gets a sceptre emblematic of his triumph over hundreds of agate specialists.

Floating Hospital Takes Shut-Ins On Summer Sea Trips

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NEW YORK CITY.
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Shaky, dull in contrast and imagery St. John's Guild returns its $200,000 floating hospital to service for another summer of mercy errands, carrying thousands of underprivileged children and their mothers on restful trips to sandy hook. New equipment makes the unsinkable ship a paradise.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 28, 1973

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Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office Building
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[00.24.24-WEICKER asks DEAN about DEAN informing WEICKER that there was an effort by the White House afoot to embarrass WEICKER.] Now, Mr. Dean, I came to our meeting of May 3 when I, along with members of my staff and your counsel, met with you. Would you describe to the committee that incident which took place, during the interview at which point in time you asked to leave the room with me? Mr. DEAN. The meeting was arranged by counsel and counsel thought since it was becoming imminent I -was going to appear up here and you wanted very much to talk with me that I should indeed cooperate and talk with you. I told them at, that time, that I didn't Want to get into any depth of testimonial areas but I was happy to discuss sort of the outer parameters of some of my areas of knowledge because of your membership on the committee. [00.25.29] Before we commenced that discussion at some, point in time I thought I Ought to inform you of the fact that I had just raised a minute ago, that I was aware of the fact that there was an effort to embarrass you, and I didn't want to get into that discussion in front of your staff or anyone else, I thought it had come to me, I didn't know the substance of it and I thought as one. person to another I ought to just tell you what I knew about that and bring it to your attention. Senator WEICKER. What -was my response to you? Mr. DEAN. That they -were barking up the wrong tree. Senator WEICKER. Would you say that 30 seconds, a minute would be--- Mr. DEAN. I would say at the most. We turned around and went right back into the room.' Senator WEICKER. All right. [00.26.16] We next move, to an incident that occurred within the last, several days whereby a reporter in Washington, D.C., was informed by Mr. Charles Colson that he was involved in the giving of moneys to my campaign and that he had reason to believe, that the money -was not properly handled, and quite frankly I was being a disloyal Republican and the time had come to swing around. When pinned to substantiate this request, there was absolutely no substantiation by Mr. Colson. But that was enough to finally go ahead and get me a little mad, and so a couple of days ago I indicated over NBC television prior to these hearings that efforts were still being made to pressure this committee, and indeed yesterday I received a call from the White House from Mr. Len Garment, and he was most concerned about my statement, wanted to know what the facts were.. [00.27.54-WEICKER continues to speak rather indignantly about attempts by the White House to embarrass and discredit WEICKER or other committee members] I indicated to him the Colson story which I have just read here. I did not indicate to him our meeting, I did not indicate to him the attempt of the White House to communicate with another individual who, for the time being, I shall leave nameless. I then told Mr. Garment that Mr. Colson was his problem, he wasn't my problem. And the time had come either to step forward and make charges or to go ahead and disavow these attempts to smear a member of the committee. But I don't think that is enough, and so this morning I communicated with -Mr. Archibald Cox, the special prosecutor. I think I have had sufficient, personal experience both in reading the taped telephone conversation and with this nebulous threat as to campaign funds so that, in my opinion, there is the possible violation of yet another law. And after all the violation of laws is the business of the prosecutor and not this committee and, therefore, I have communicated all the facts that I have discussed here with you With the prosecutor, and I have asked him to look into the possible violation of section 1505 which is the obstruction of proceedings before departments, agencies, and committees, and the last part of the section says, "Whoever corruptly or by threat of force or by any threatening letter, communication, influences obstructs or impedes or endeavors to influence, obstruct or impede the due and proper administration of the law under which such proceeding is being had before such department or agency of the United States or the due and proper exercise of the power of inquiry under which such inquiry or investigations is being had by either House or any committee of either House or any Joint Committee of the Congress shall be fined not more than $5,000 or imprisoned not more than 5 years or both." [00.30.29]

Hartnett New 'Cub' Manager

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CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
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Shaky dull in contrast and imagery Gabby Hartnett, popular catcher of the Chicago Cubs, who has been one of his team's colorful figures for 22 years, assumes command of the ball club and leads his team-mates in a revival of top-notch baseball. Quick shot of radio announcer in booth. Microphone says WBBM. (Announcer might be Pat Flanagan or Bob Elson ??) Signing autographs, crowded stands, catcher putting on padding.

Blind Golfer Amazes Experts

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MAMARONECK, N.Y.
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Shaky dull in contrast and imagery - DOS Dr. William h. J. Oxenham, 43-year-old Britisher, who though blind has 'shot' an '83', drives, puts and shows astounding form in defeating Robert 'Believe-It-Or-Not' Ripley in an exhibition match at the wing foot club.

Walking On Hot Burning Coals

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NEW YORK, N.Y.
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Shaky dull in contrast and imagery - DOS Kuda Bux, amazing Mohammedan from India, thrills onlookers at Rockefeller Center by walking barefoot through a pit of fire. Sinking in the red coals over his calves, he nearly collapses after the ordeal. (yogi)

Senator Barkley Defeats Rival

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PADUCAH, KY
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Shaky dull in contrast and imagery - DOS Highlights of the stumping tour in western Kentucky of majority leader Aaben W. Barkley, favorite of President Roosevelt, who makes capital of his new deal blessing and Trounced Governor Chandler, his opponent, in colorful primary tests.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 28, 1973

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Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office Building
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[00.30.29-WEICKER turns to questioning DEAN] Now, I know, Mr. Dean, that I have been making you sit through an event that you only had a small part in but I think it is important. Mr. DEAN. If I might just add, Senator, there may be a parallel story but I don't pretend--but I Would not like to get into it right now-as far as efforts to attack my own character in some of the individuals that I have become aware that have been involved in that, also. Senator WEICKER. Let me ask you this: Have there been any attempts to influence you in your testimony regarding your testimony before this committee? Mr. DEAN. There had been every effort in the world to make me look in the worst possible light, to try to intimidate me through that process, to try to make it as difficult as possible for me to testify. That has occurred. Yes. [00.31.20-Sen. WEICKER states that he has had enough of the subterfuge and chicanery] Senator WEICKER. Let's put it this way: whether it is you in that Witness chair or whether it Is me in this committee chair or any other man in back of this table or any other witness who is going to come before this committee, there are going to be no more threats, no intimidation no innuendo, no working through the press to go ahead and destroy the credibility of individuals. if the executive branch of Government wants to meet the standards that the American people set for it in their mind then the time has come to stop reacting and stop playing this type of a game, and either disavow it completely or make the very specific charges that apparently are being leaked out either against the committee members, or against the witnesses appearing before this committee. Now I am going to conclude this way, Mr. Chairman, and then I am done, and I have tried to, as I say, accomplish one role that I think needed accomplishing in these hearings: among the rumors that are floated around, and this isn't hearsay, are on three different occasions Plants to the effect that I am such a disloyal Republican and I am going to switch to the Democratic Party. [00.32.43-WEICKER defends his Republican status and seeks to separate the Party from the kinds of actions that have been described] Now, I am going to tell you, in your memorandum, Mr. Dean, you went ahead and had me described, whether it was you or Mr. Haldeman or whoever was there, as an independent who would give the White House trouble. But I say before you and I say before the American people and this committee that I am here as a Republican and, quite frankly, I think that I express the feelings of the 42 other Republican Senators that I work with, and the Republicans of the State of Connecticut and, in fact, the Republican Party, far better than these illegal, unconstitutional, and gross acts which have been committed over the past several months by various individuals. Let me make it clear because, I have got to have my partisan moment, Republicans do not, cover up; Republicans do not go ahead and threaten; Republicans do not go ahead and commit illegal acts; and God knows Republicans don't view their fellow Americans as enemies to be harassed but rather, I can assure you, that this Republican, and those that I serve with, look upon every American as human beings to be loved and wanted, Thank you very much, Mr. Chairman. [Applause.] [00.34.26] Senator BAKER. Senator Weicker, thank you very much. I think that it might be in order at this time to remark that I had the opportunity to discuss this matter with you this morning before the committee hearings began and, at that time, you and I discussed the possibility that if there were, in fact, indications that anyone had tried to create an atmosphere or to produce a malicious impact on any witness or any member of this committee, that under the. statute law and according to the precepts of fair play, that would be a legitimate inquiry for the staff of this committee and for the other law enforcement agencies of the country. So may I call on you, and any other member of this committee and, in the absence of the chairman, but I am sure that I speak his sentiments as well, to say that as, if, and when we develop information of past occurrences that ought to be investigated, and certainly of future ones, relating to any person, relating to any witness, relating to a member of this committee that, that will promptly be investigated by the staff of this committee surely within the scope and jurisdiction our effort. With that, it is 5:30 and I would ask the sentiment of my colleagues on whether we should continue at this time or adjourn until 10 in the morning. If there is no objection, then the committee will stand in recess until 10 tomorrow morning. [00.36.08]

Rebels Hail War's Birthday

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VILLADOLID, SPAIN
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1938  (Actual Year)
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00:41:57 - 00:42:25
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010-692-06
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Shaky dull in contrast and imagery - DOS As the bitter struggle between loyalist and nationalist Spain enters its third year, rebel troops of general franco stage a colorful military parade through lines of cheering civilians and wounded veterans.
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