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The Porter Wagoner Show No. 332

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Porter Wagoner / Dolly Parton (duet) (brief in show intro) "Run That By Me One More Time" Porter Wagoner "Dooley" T. Texas Tyler "Oklahoma Hills" Buck Trent "Five String General" Dolly Parton "Tall Man" / "If You Want to Be My Baby" Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton (duet) "Jeannie's Afraid of the Dark" Speck Rhodes and Porter Wagoner (comedy) Speck Rhodes "I Wish I Was in Arkansas A Settin' on a Rail" T. Texas Tyler "I'll Fly Away" Porter Wagoner, Dolly Parton and the Wagonmasters "The Crawdad Song" (extended version)

Marine Mammals - California Sea Lions

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(On Part 1) California sea lions resting on rocks, zoom in to CU of big male. Female climbs up on rock. CU of ear and whiskers on sleeping sea lion. Female climbs on rocks, CU of feet. CU of sea lions on rocks.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 29, 1973 (1/2)

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[00.24.03-INOUYE questions DEAN about activities using the IRS to punish ENEMIES and reward FRIENDS of the NIXON ADMINISTRATION] Senator INOUYE. Did the President personally express interest in this? Mr. DEAN. It gets more and more painful to bring these names out as it was painful to bring the President's name out. It is painful to bring out other people. It was Rosemary Woods who kept asking me the status of the case because, this individual was seeing the President a good deal. Senator INOUYE. What is the status of the case? Mr. DEAN-. Well, as I say, it was ultimately referred over to the Civil Division, or the Tax Division of the Department of Justice. I asked to be advised on the various status of' the case. I told Miss Woods at one point that she should just stay as far away from this as possible. She was seeing the individual, having encounters with the individual who was the subject of the tax case and he would protest his innocence to her. He Is a fine man, and she was quite convinced of his innocence and could not believe that he was not being harassed by agents that were trying to get somebody who was close to the President. The individual was using the President's name a great deal, he was traveling with the President to China and Russia and other places, and the like. As a result, of this, I merely asked that I be, kept advised of the status of the ease. When it was at, the Justice Department, the Justice Department assessed it. I had a conversation with Mr. Ralph Erickson, he, said "There is nothing we can do with this. There is one thing more we can do." and he said "there, are some weaknesses in the investigation and we may send it back to the Internal Revenue Service for one last look to see if this fellow, it really is a solid case." They did do that and it came back "Absolutely solid case." I said, "Don't touch it, send it, right on through, and that is what they did and the case is proceeding forward. Senator INOUYE. Has he been indicted? Mr. DEAN. I do not know if he has been indicted yet, but I know that there is no. to my knowledge, there is noting which has been done to impede, the case'. Senator INOUYE. Mr. Erickson was fired, was he not? Mr. DEAN-. Was he fired ? Senator INOUYE. Yes. Mr. DEAN I don't think that is quite accurate, no. Senator INOUYE. Would you wish to tell us who this important individual is? Mr. DEAN. It, might a affect his tax case. Senator INOUYE. Then, please do not, tell us [laughter]. [00.26.39-More discussion of the ENEMIES LIST] I would like to now discuss, a case Involving an enemy. Mr. Dean, I am certainly aware that these hearings unfortunately have permanently damaged the reputations of good and decent people, Furthermore reputations have been destroyed in past months, in past years by activities allegedly related to activities in the White House. In Your statement you mentioned that on February 28, 1973, you Were asked to look into a case of Mr. A. Ernest Fitzgerald by Mr. Clark Mollenhoff. Do you recall that? Mr. DEAN. Yes: I do'. Senator INOUYE. This gentleman is the one. the fellow who Worked in the Air Force, Department of the Air Force? Mr. DEAN. That is correct. Senator INOUYE. And he is the person -who was requested by a duly authorized Senate committee to testify on the C-5A? Mr. DEAN. That is correct. [00.27.45-Sen. INOUYE wants DEAN to comment on the firing of an Air Force man who may have been considered an ENEMY of the WHITE HOUSE] Senator INOUYE, I believe it is very important to 'Mr. Fitzgerald to learn whether he was released or fired because, of reduction in force in the Air Force, as the Air Force claims, or whether he was fired either by the Air Force or under orders of the White House or the President, because he told the truth about the $2 billion cost overrun of the C-5A. If we can clear the reputation of one man I think this committee would have done well today. So, may I ask a few questions? Mr. DEAN. Senator---- Senator INOUYE. Was the President of the United, States concerned about the Fitzgerald case? Mr. DEAN. May I preface my answer with this: I believe it was on January 31 of this Year that Mr. Mollenhoff raised this at a press conference. The President was caught totally off guard by the answer and what you might say is he sort of was winging it on how to respond to Mr. Mollenhoff's question. There was a lot of misinformation that got into the record. The President apparently confused two or three other cases he was aware of he had remembered the name Fitzgerald and as a result of that Mr. Ziegler had a conversation with the President after having other conversations with Mr. Mollenhoff, Mr. Ziegler says the President wants you to get into this. I subsequently had that instruction directly from the President also. [00.29.30] I had a man on my staff handle this. I was not directly handling it and, as I told Mr. Mollenhoff when he and I had several telephone conversations, that, I said, "Clark, this is one I am going to have to study but I have not gotten into right yet." I still have not had a chance to get into it and I think, based on my testimony, you can see, what I was doing, why I was not able to get into the Fitzgerald case so I am not terribly familiar with the substance of the Fitzgerald case. So it will be very difficult for me to answer those questions, and I had, full intention of looking into the matter but before, I got to it I was. relieved from my duties 'at the White House. [00.30.17]

Winter

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Autumn & Valley ViewReflections & Azalea leaves

Lawmakers - January 14, 1982

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Lawmakers, Congress gearing up for 1982 elections - January 14, 1982

Lem Bailey Misc. UN Roll 1004

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Polar bears play in water - shot through cage at zoo.

Wilburn Brothers Show No. 451

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Wilburn Brothers "Hurt Her Once For Me" Lawanda Lindsey "Partin' Of The Ways" Glaser Brothers "Rings" Teddy Wilburn / Lawanda Lindsey 'Four Glass Walls" Lawanda Lindsey "Partly Bill" Hal Rugg "Bells of St. Mary's" Wilburn Brothers, Glaser Brothers, and LaWanda Lindsey "When the Roll Is Called Up Yonder" (Gospel) Glaser Brothers "Faded Love" Wilburn Brothers "Little Eyes that Look At Me"

Overxposed Truman Speech

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Overxposed Truman Speech Overexposed MS President Harry S. Truman delivering national address regarding inflation & vetoed Congressional price control bill: "I wanted to sign a price control bill. I gave this bill long & careful study. I came ot the conclusion that the bill the Congress sent to me was no price control bill at all. It gave you no protection against higher & higher price. Therefore, I call upon every businessman, every producer, & every landlord to adhere to existing regulations even though they may not have the effective law. It would be contrary to their own interests to embark upon a reckless plan of inflation. It is to their own interest to exercise self-restraint until some action can be obtained from the Congress. And finally, my fellow citizens, I say to you, that we as a nation have within our hands to make this post-war period an era of the greatest opportunity & prosperity in our nation's history. But if shortsightedness & impatience, if partisanship & greed, are allowed to triumph over efforts to maintain economic stability this grand opportunity will have been sacrificed. That must not happen."

The Porter Wagoner Show No. 290

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The Porter Wagoner Show #290 featuring special guests The Osborne Brothers.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, July 10, 1973

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[00.54.21-DASH continues interrogating MITCHELL about efforts to pay off the DEFENDANTS-for a man at the center of the alleged activities, MITCHELL professes to know very little...] Mr. DASH. How did you hear about the March request? Mr. MITCHELL. The March request? I think I probably heard about it through Mr. LaRue, if my memory serves me right. Mr. DASH. Do you know how much money was tactually being requested at that time? Mr. MITCHELL. I can't really, tell you about the moneys across this period of time. It seems to me that the March request had some amount in the, area of $75,000 which Mr. LaRue described to me that was being requested by counsel for their legal fees in connection with the representation of Mr. Hunt. Mr. DASH. Did Mr. LaRue ask you what your opinion was or whether he should pay that amount of money to Mr. Hunt or his counsel? [00.55.14] Mr. MITCHELL. 'Mr. LaRue, to the best, of my recollection. Put it this context; I have got this request, I have talked to John Dean over at the White House, they are not In the money business any more, what, would you do if you were in my shoes and knowing that he made Prior payments? I said, if I were you. I would continue and I would make the payment. Mr. DASH. And in that advice to Mr. LaRue. I take it, was the consideration that unless that payment was made, Mr. Hunt might in fact, might uncover the so-called White House horror stories, [00.55.48-MITCHELL again tries to play dumb] Mr. MITCHELL. Mr. Dash, I don't know how you can move from the fact, that Mr. LaRue told me that it was for legal fees to the point Where we are uncovering the White House horror stories. It may be there. I don't know. Mr. DASH. Didn't that enter your mind, the pressure from Mr. Hunt, the fact that, you indicated there were requests and former pressures for money, to the----- Mr. MITCHELL. I don't think, Mr. Dash, that in March of 1973. those things Were entering my mind, because I think as you are well aware from other testimony, I had refused to even consider raising money for these purposes a long time before that. Mr. DASH. But YOU are aware that there Was a sum of money available for that at the White House, were you not? Mr. MITCHELL. I was aware that there had been one at one time. but I didn't know how far they had gotten into that particular fund. Mr. DASH. Was this the $350,000 had come over from the Committee for the Re-Election of the President to the White House---- Mr. MITCHELL. That is the only fund I was aware of, yes. [00.56.55] Mr. DASH. Why Mr. Mitchell, did you refuse around that time to raise any money for the payment of these fees? Mr. MITCHELL. Well. not only around that, time, but all other times I have, never raised any money for anything and I was not about to start for that particular purpose. Mr. DASH. Did you ever make any suggestions that the money that should be used for that purpose was the $350,000? Mr. MITCHELL. -No, to the best Of my recollection, I had -a conversation With Mr. LaRue, I am sure at his instance, not mine, In which he Pointed out that the funds, whatever source they were, that he had for the support of and the, payment of lawyers' fees of these, individuals, had run out, did I know whether there was any other money? And I suggested that maybe you ought to call over to the White House and see if the $350,000 that had had been sitting over there since April was available for the purpose. I understand that he did so. [00.57.56] Mr. DASH. Do you recall attending a meeting in with Mr. Kalmbach and Mr. Dean in which you asked Kalmbach to help raise money for these legal fees and support of families? That occurred in January 1973. Mr. MITCHELL. In January 1973. Since, our conversation of yesterday Mr. Dash, I have continued to rack my brain and I have no recollection of that. I know that there Was a meeting on that day, January 19, a foundation meeting over here in Blair House, in which both Mr. Kalmbach and Mr. Dean were there. But I have no recollection of any meeting beyond that. [00.58.41] Mr. DASH. -NOW, did you become also aware of Mr. McCord's demands and were you in touch -with Mr. Dean concerning Mr. Caulfield's approach to Mr. McCord? Mr. MITCHELL. Somewhere through the middle, of it, because I -was in Florida for sometime, I think the 20th of December through the 8th or 9th of January, while a lot of this Was occurring. Mr. DASH. What role did you play? What did you learn?, Mr. MITCHELL. I learned that Mr. Dean had Mr. Caulfield contacting Mr. McCord and talking to Mr. McCord. Mr. DASH. About what? Do you know about what? Mr. MITCHELL. About what, Mr. McCord's attitude -was concerning the predicament that he was in and what he was going to do. [00.59.29]

Universal Newsreels

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TITLE: "Germany celebrates her tenth year as a republic. Tremendous crowds mass in front of the Reichtag as President von Hindenburg (rest of title blocked by time code window but it probably says "inspects troops"). Aerial view of reichstag. Hindenburg walking down steps surrounded by military. TITLE: "The inspection" Quick shot of troops being inspected, aerial (hard to see).

The Porter Wagoner Show No. 390

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Show Promo

Gargage, (from Paris Store)Union Store

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Gargage, (from Paris Store)Union Store

Signal Corps Historical Films #1352

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Soldiers march in front of building. People gathered. Unidentified officials arrive and step out of cars. French and American officials greet each other and hold up some kind of pennant. CU faces of frenchmen (great). People mug for the camera. MS crowd of people in funny hats cheer for the camera. Street scene in Paris. Officials stand together posed for photograph. Unidentified man reads proclamation on street, crowds in background. Another man speaks to crowd. Ends abruptly.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, July 10, 1973

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[00.19.30-MITCHELL discusses government plans for Domestic Intelligence] I know that Mr. Hoover and Mr. Helms had broken off their liaison that they had established in connection with the CIA and the FBI. There was great interest in finding a vehicle to reestablish that In a meaningful way. and so that basically the implementation of an Interagency Evaluation Commission was to take personnel from the different intelligence-gathering areas. Put them into one room where they Could sort out and exchange ideas and, of course intelligence had. One of the problems that I found in Government was that there was very frequently a great deal of collection of intelligence but the evaluation and dissemination lacked a great deal. [00.20.29] Mr. THOMPSON. Then, was this need for- better coordination because Of problems that the agencies themselves were having internally or was it because of external considerations or both? Mr. MITCHELL. Well. I think I can best answer that to point out, that there were many events that happened in this Country. including the bombing of the Capitol and other such events that, if we had had appropriate intelligence in advance, we might have been able to prohibit it. [00.21.07-MITCHELL expresses paranoia about DEMONSTRATORS] I know that In connection with many Of the large demonstrations, that we had in Washington, while 99 percent of those people who came, came for peaceful protest and I to petition their Government, there was always that lunatic fringe that was bound and determined to thrash the place and cause damage, and if we had had better intelligence in some of these areas, and I am not excluding them to those but in other, areas, but perhaps a great deal of that could have been prevented. That was the basis upon -which the Interagency Evaluation Committee was considered in concept and put into place. [00.21.52-THOMPSON asks MITCHELL about meeting LIDDY and hiring him to the CRP] Mr. THOMPSON. Let us leave that for a moment and invite your attention to the November 24, 1971 meeting which I believe you had With Mr. Liddy and Mr. Dean when 'Mr. Dean brought Mr. Liddy to your office. Mr. MITCHELL. Yes. sir. Mr. THOMPSON. And I believe introduced him to you. I believe your response to questioning this morning was to the effect that at that time you were not aware that Mr. Liddy was to be involved in intelligence activities as such but that later on you understood that he would be. Mr. MITCHELL. No; I don't think that is quite true, Mr. Thompson. What I referred to was the Liddy prospectus about his job description at that time, which was one of the Dean exhibits, had a one-line reference to it in connection with gathering of information of intelligence or whatever it might be. Mr. THOMPSON. Just the one line. Do you recall any discussion about that? Mr. MITCHELL. I don't. As a matter of fact, it is one sentence, not one line. Mr. THOMPSON. Do you have that before you? Mr. MITCHELL. This is exhibit 11 of the bean exhibits. I don't know what committee exhibit it might be. Mr. THOMPSON. And you don't remember any discussion about that at the time? Mr. MITCHELL. No, sir; the meeting didn't last long enough. [00.23.08] Mr. THOMPSON. Did there come a time between that time and January 27 when you became aware, or had a greater understanding as to what his role would be in the intelligence field? [00.23.22] Mr. MITCHELL. Well I might say that. sometime during early December before Liddy was hired by the Committee To Re-Elect the President, Mr. Krogh brought Liddy over, and I may have, been--along with other people to discuss the, Drug Abuse Law Enforcement in which he had been working and which was my knowledge of Mr. Liddy's activities in the White House. I do not recall an any meeting and I am sure the meeting didn't, take place, In, which Liddy's intelligence activities were discussed. It, could very well be that Mr. Magruder, Mr. Dean -who I understand did have meetings during that period with Mr. Liddy may have made, reference to the fact that he was gathering intelligence. [00.24.09] Mr. THOMPSON. Mr. Krogh brought him to your office, you say, in December, you think, of that year? Mr. MITCHELL. Yes, sir; I can give you the exact date if you wish. Mr. THOMPSON. DO you recall right off hand whether it was before, or after he -went to the Committee To Re-Elect? Mr. MITCHELL. Well I believe it would have to be before he went to the Committee To Re-Elect because he was working on this DALE program, the drug program. Mr. THOMPSON. All right. Mr. MITCHELL. It is December 9, 1971. And there had been of course, a series of meetings all over the Government including the, White House, the Justice, Department, HEW, and other places preliminary to setting up the Drug Abuse Law Enforcement program. [00.24.54]

LAWMAKERS

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IN 13.00.12 13.00.12-WETA credit/sponsor credits/title sequence 13.01.03-PAUL DUKE, standing at window with CAPITOL dome in background. On program-return of Congress for 1982 session, REAGAN'S STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS. COKIE ROBERTS on Capitol grounds-Congress honoring FDR'S 100th birthday. LINDA WERTHEIMER in telephone control room-Congress concerned about results of BELL BREAKUP. DUKE-Congress has to confront DEFICIT, RECESSION, UNEMPLOYMENT in 1982, with Congress and 33 Senators facing elections in November. As a result, DEMOCRATS seemed to be looking forward to the STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS. 13.02.09-Shot of hallway outside HOUSE chamber, Rep. GEORGE DANIELSON (D-CA), drink in hand, gleefully greeting a Japanese ambassador, Shots of Congressmen. DUKE v.o.-DEMOCRATS are upbeat, think that dissatisfaction with economy favors them. Shot of Rep. BERYL ANTHONY (D-Ark.), says that constituents have turned against REAGANOMICS in recent months. Shot of DANIELSON, says that DEMOCRATS are going to take action in 1982. Shot of small jazz combo playing at reception. Shot of Capitol exterior at night. Shot of REAGAN giving STATE OF THE UNION, TIP O'NEILL and GEORGE BUSH sitting behind on rostrum. O'NEILL announces REAGAN. REAGAN begins speech, mentions history of the practice, jokes that contrary to the media's reports, REAGAN was not around to see George Washington give first State of the Union address in 1790 [laughter/applause]. DUKE v.o.-Congress gave REAGAN all that he wanted in 1981 session, used Address to reaffirm his belief in REAGANOMICS. 13.04.50-REAGAN asserts that without his policies, "things would be far worse" than at present [applause from REPUBLICANS]. Pan over members of CONGRESS and SENATE in gallery. REAGAN speaks, proposes giving more programs over to states, pledges "the means to finance them". Shot of REAGAN speaking, saying that he will not seek TAX INCREASES to offset the growing DEFICIT, says that taxes will retard growth, decrease production, and cost future jobs [hasn't been to Detroit lately?]. 13.06.25-Shot of group of DEMOCRATIC staffers, watching on closed-circuit monitor. Clip of DEMOCRAT-sponsored TV spot "STATE OF THE UNION: A DEMOCRATIC VIEW"-Sen. ROBERT BYRD introduces the program. Shots of interviews of "man on the street", a woman tells Sen. DON REIGLE (D-MI) that there are "500 people" in line for every open job, it's depressing. Shot of a Democrat talking to SENIOR CITIZENS in a nursing home, one elderly woman compares REAGAN to HOOVER, says in HOOVER'S favor that at least he was blunt and upfront about his agenda, unlike REAGAN. 13.07.34-Shot of REPUBLICAN Congressman taping an interview for a REPUBLICAN sponsored TV spot, shot of TV crew on scene. DUKE v.o.-REPUBLICAN Senators produced the spots, sent out on a satellite feed for local TV stations to use. Clip of a local TV newscast, anchor introduces one of the REPUBLICAN spots on the newscast. Clip of Sen. RUDY BOSCHWITZ (R-MN), saying REAGAN'S programs are the next step down the road to prosperity. Shot of doors to HOUSE chamber, Shot of HOUSE rostrum with TIP O'NEILL at top. Shot of congressman TOM HARKIN (D-Iowa) on floor of House, calls REAGAN'S STATE OF THE UNION message "The Warner Brothers version of 'There's a light at the end of the tunnel'". Shot of Rep. BOB WALKER (R-PA), speaking in his very unpleasant style, rails against TAX AND SPEND DEMOCRATS who are "failing the country".

Surface of the Earth

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"We see the unusual formation of the ever-changing surface of our earth...the beautiful caves of Virginia and New Mexico with their stalagmites and stalactites, the wind-blown, water-worn mountains and rocks of the southwest and glacial formed lakes and valleys. using animation, we explain how these wonders of nature were formed." --AV-ED FIlms 1260 A: A-Roll 1260 B: B-Roll 1260 C: B/W dupe negatve 1260 D: A-Wind neg. dens trk 1260 E: Interneg. 1260 F: Composite print

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 29, 1973 (1/2)

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[00.59.57-DASH submits for a record a White House-prepared list of questions for DEAN, Sen. BAKER wants to make it clear that it is not to be construed as an official White House statement] Mr. DASH. Yes, and I just want to give their statement as to what they intended to do and that was their reconstruction. having talked to persons who had knowledge of 'what had occurred in these meetings between the President and Mr. Dean. It was basically a reconstruction given to us for the purpose of use in questioning Mr. Dean. Senator BAKER. I think that. Mr. Chairman, as I said a moment, ago, is appropriate for that purpose at this time. But I caution against, if I may, taking that as a statement of the White House position or a Presidential statement at this time, and I would rather keep the record open on that and see if we can't do a little bit about it. Mr. DASH. I accept that, Senator, and I only submit it as you limit it, Senator ERVIN. I will make the same statement about it that I made at the time Mr. Dean was cross-examined about the, statement which had come, at least infrequently, from Mr. Buzhardt. This is not evidence, it is a statement of Mr. Buzhardt's position or supposed position as counsel. Senator ERVIN. Yesterday, Senator Montoya suggested that, the committee issue a subpena for Mr. Buzhardt and I suggested at that time that Instead of so doing, -we should have inquiry made of Mr. Buzhardt if he claimed to have any personal knowledge of the matters mentioned in his so-called Buzhardt statement. I am informed that Mr. Buzhardt says he has no personal knowledge of those matters. [01.01.40] Mr. DASH. I informed the chairman that I had such a call with Mr. Buzhardt and as to personal knowledge, he referred to both his reconstruction and to the statement that, this is something he prepared as counsel, having discussed it with others, or used others in Preparing it. Now, with regard to your involving Mr. Kalmbach in the raising of so-called funds and in the so-called payoffs to maintain silence of the defendants, I think you were, yesterday, by Senator Gurney in his very thorough cross-examination, examined as to whether or not Mr. Kalmbach really understood from your discussion with him just what he was doing when he was being asked to raise money for the payoffs. [01.02.29] You had indicated that you clearly understood that he did understand, because you had fully informed him as to the circumstances. The question clearly was raised whether or not Mr. Kalmbach could have gotten the impression that this was for humanitarian purposes, sort of to raise a defense fund. [01.02.47-DASH relies on COMMON SENSE to smash the arguments made by GURNEY] Now, first, Mr. Dean, I think you testified that you told Mr. Kalmbach just prior to asking him to undertake this assignment what the circumstances were. Mr. DEAN. That is correct. Mr. DASH. Could you just briefly, very briefly, tell us, what did you tell Mr. Kalmbach? Mr. DEAN. Well, I told him everything that I knew about the case at that time. I told him that I was very concerned that this could lead right to the President. I didn't have any hard facts. I hoped that I was incorrect. I explained to him in full the seriousness of the matter. I relayed to him the fact that some records had been destroyed. I told him virtually everything I knew at that time and I think there was no doubt in his mind about the sensitivity of the situation. [01.03.34] Mr. DASH. As a matter of fact, Mr. Dean, is there anything wrong for instance, if somebody working for you--and after all, Liddy and McCord did work for the Committee To Re-Elect the President--is there anything wrong if anybody works for you and gets in trouble, about your picking up their---- [01.03.52-TAPE OUT]

Grizzly & Black Bears 7

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(Tape 1) 05:42:19 Black bear catches chum salmon 05:43:21 Black bear plays in water and runs into woods 05:44:49 Black bear runs out of woods 05:44:55 Black bear plays in water and runs into woods 05:45:15 Black bear stands upright in water and plays with a log 05:47:59 Black bear stands upright and licks bait off of tree 05:50:31 Black bear eats wild grapes

Billy Walker's Country Carnival No. 41

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Billy Walker "Charlie's Shoes" George Morgan "Like a Bird" Marion Worth "Wonderin' What to Do" Mac Wiseman "Love Letters in the Sand" Billy Walker and the Tennesse Walkers "Smokey Places" George Morgan "Your Love" Billy Walker/Marion Worth "Where Could I Go" Billy Walker/George Morgan "You're A Real Good Friend"

Veldez

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Veldez

Cars, Gas, Tires #3

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A wonderful collection of automobile related commercials on 16mm. Nice Camaros and Corvettes from the early 1970s, plus some classic used car commercials with the dealer talking to the camera, showing the great cars (clean!) ready to move off the lot, so come on down. Family vacation (color, 8 min)

First Pictures Atomic Blast!

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Bikini Atoll
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Preparations for Operation Crossroads, the first atomic test in the Bikini Atolls.

Yosemite Falls

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Yosemite National Park
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Yellowstone: Rainbow from up high. ***
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