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USS Thresher (SSN 593)

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MS and MLS sequence of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS Thresher (SSN 593). We see it surfacing and, later, under way with crewmen on the conning tower.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activiti...

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[00.25.00-DEAN discussing the Sept. 15, 1972 Oval Office meeting and the state of Nixon's knowledge of the coverup at that time] Senator BAKER. What else was said by him or by Mr. Haldeman or by you in that context? Mr. DEAN. Well, this into a, evolved into a, immediately into a conversation about the Internal Revenue Service and using the Internal Revenue Service to audit returns of people. I had--again, we were on, you know, I knew the wavelength we had had been talking about, because I had had similar requests in the past to audit returns of people, and I told the President that the, Internal Revenue Service had been--- [00.25.39] Senator BAKER. Wait, wait, wait. You knew the wavelength because you knew from your previous use of the Internal Revenue Service? Mr. DEAN. That is correct. I had requests from Mr. Haldeman in the past that certain individuals have audits commenced on them. Senator BAKER. What did you do with that? Mr. DEAN. Well, I can--the one time. I recall getting one I did not know exactly what I was going to do with it because I was always reluctant to call Mr. Walters at that time, who was the head of the Internal Revenue Service so I went to Mr. Caulfield, who had friends in the Internal Revenue Service and he said, "I think I know a way this can be done." Apparently there is some system where the appropriate anonymous letter comes into a regional office and if it is--those who know how to do this can write the right letter and sufficient information will prompt an audit on that individual. Senator BAKER. Is that known as the informer statute? Mr. DEAN. No; I do not believe it is an informer statute, It is just something that will be of sufficient attention to that regional office, that branch of the audit branch of that regional office, that will institute an audit. [00.26.48-NIXON'S post-election plans to consolidate power in the executive branch to make all agencies devices to screw ENEMIES] I went on to tell the President that we did not seem to have the clout at the White House to get this done. I had talked to Walters about it in the past, and told him that I had had instructions from Mr. Haldeman on one occasion, and he said that, he brought to my attention the, making of the IRS political, and said that, You will recall what happened back in 1948 with Truman and that administration and -the cleaning house and the changing of the Internal Revenue Service. And these were all new facts to me, and what he was telling me was "Don't call me with this sort of thing." Senator BAKER. Tell me, if -you do not mind, what you did. Did you in fact set up an audit? Your counsel is trying to reach you and I think he may have something to say. Mr. DEAN. [conferring with counsel]. He Just said, which was quite accurate, I do not mind telling you any fact that is true. [Laughter.] Senator BAKER.. I would say that was a very lawyer-like piece of advice. [Laughter.] Mr. DEAN. So in this instance there -was, the one I was referring to in the past, there was an audit commenced. Now I, for example, read a Memorandum into the record this morning per request of some material requested by the committee that had to do with an audit of Mr. Gibbons, of the Teamsters Union. I merely put that in my file, and that is where it has remained to this day. [00.28.35] Senator BAKER. To shorten this, and I do not, mean to shorten it if you care, to go on with it, did you In fact initiate IRS inquiries or audits as a result of suggestions from the White House staff or the President? [00.28.47-NIXON'S plans post-election to make the IRS a punitive arm of the White House to harass ENEMIES] Mr. DEAN-. Well, the President at this time, to keep in the focus you want to keep in, told me to keep a good list, so that these could be--you know, we would take care of these people after the election, and we went into--I told him that IRS was a democratically oriented bureaucracy and to do something like that was a virtual impossibility. And then the conversation moved to the fact that he was going to make some dramatic changes in all of the agencies and, at this point in time, Haldeman opened up his pad and started making notes as to what the President was describing as to his post-election intentions. As a result of the President giving his thoughts on what he wanted to do post-election with all of the agencies and as far as changing personnel. Mr. Haldeman also injected Into the conversation at that time that he had already commenced a project to determine which people in which agencies were responsive and were not responsive to the White House. Senator BAKER. Mr. Dean, in deference to my colleagues and the requirements of time, let me try to refocus now: is, there anything else about the September 15 meeting that would shed light On the President's knowledge and the scope and depth of his knowledge, if any, of the, Watergate break-in on June 17 or the coverup activities, so-called, thereafter and prior to September 15? Mr. DEAN. I think I described pretty well in full of the 30, 40 minute meeting, however long it was. As I say at the end of the meeting, the meeting it turned to rather unrelated chatter about a book I was reading. [00.30.35]

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.

Lady Log-Roller Sets Dizzy Pace For Lumberjacks

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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.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activiti...

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[00.39.58-GURNEY tries to discredit DEAN by questioning his personal use of campaign cash which was placed in his custody] Senator GURNEY. Now then let's go to October, going along there in chronological fashion, and the money that was turned over to you, the $15,200; now why were you put in charge of that money? Mr. DEAN. I Can't answer that question. I know that Mr. Strachan and Mr. Howard brought it to me, on the week of June 19, 1 think it was the, 20th or 21st they brought it to me. Senator GURNEY. Who brought it to you? Mr. DEAN. Mr. Strachan, Gordon Strachan and Mr. Richard Howard. Senator GURNEY. What were, their instructions? Mr. DEAN. Mr. Strachan told me that these are funds that had not been expended, they -were in Mr. Howard's custody and asked me to take custody of the money and I told him I would. I told Strachan I would tell him what, you know I would remain accountable for the money. [00.40.50] Senator GURNEY. Now then, I Understand that you withdrew $4,850 from it. Mr. DEAN. That is correct. Senator GURNEY. And that you placed in it, what -was it, a packet of money? Mr. DEAN. When I took it out. I took out., I was seeking to take out about $5,000. I thought that would cover my expenses. I might put this in context: When my prospective bride, came, back I was working around the clock on this, I had been given a couple of assignments. I was supposed to get the minister or I was looking for a judge to do that, and also to get some wedding music, because the wedding was going to be held a home. Come, Thursday I hadn't even gotten a chance to take care of these matters. I had made, some preliminary calls and had to get another member of my staff to go out, and find somebody to perform the ceremony on Friday, and I sent my secretary to go out and find -wedding music. I didn't, exactly sit down and plan this thing out and realized I would not, have money to pay for the honeymoon and expenses to occur -and this was a very easy thing for me to do and reach in and take, out -what I thought I would need at that time. [00.42.07] Senator GURNEY. Well, my question was, "Was the money in a packet or envelope, the whole $15,200? Mr. DEAN. It was in two envelopes. I had replaced it. I had put them both into one envelope, and put them in my safe. Senator GURNEY. Then you put your check for $4,850 in this envelope? Mr. DEAN. After I counted out what I thought, -was going to be roughly $5,000 and it came, up to $4,850. I put a check, wrote a check out and put it in, wrote, it to cash. Senator GURNEY. How were you going to spend the $4,850? Mr. DEAN. Well, to the best of my recollection--- Senator GURNEY. Will you just, generally tell US. Mr. DEAN. Yes. To the best of my recollection I had made reservations for an accommodation in Florida that was going to run roughly $100 a day. I had hoped to spend about 2 weeks down there. I also had food expenses, I was going to have people come in and do the serving, and travel expenses, and I assumed that just $5,000 would cover it. Senator GURNEY. It Seems like a lot of money for a honeymoon. [Laughter.] I am really trying to find out a just rough idea of how you were going to use all that money? Mr. DEAN. Well, Sir, as I say I also was having, my yard done that day and I thought I might have to pay having dirt' delivered; my patio had been repaired. I had a whole host of other expenses I thought was going to be hit with that night when I walked in. Senator GURNEY. You can't give a better explanation of how you were going to spend $4,850? Mr. DEAN. Well, as I say, I was told that the backyard was going to cost about $500. I thought about $2,000 for the honeymoon and I didn't know what it was going to cost to have people that would do the serving and the like so I just took what I thought would be, a safe amount to cover all my expenses. Senator GURNEY. I recall in Your testimony that you said that you had neglected or forgotten to get some money out of an account in New York, and that is why that YOU took the $4,800, is that correct?, Mr. DEAN. That is correct, I from time to time would call my broker when I felt I needed money and just ask him to send me money. Senator GURNEY. This was a brokerage account? Mr. DEAN. That is correct. Senator GURNEY. Where is it or where -was it? Mr. DEAN. Shearson & Hamill in -New York City. Senator GURNEY. What, was the broker's name handling it? Mr. DEAN. Mr. Arnold Katz. Senator GURNEY. Did you ever call him for $4,850 to replace this? Mr. DEAN. Not Until early this year. I mean not early this year, it was in March or April of this year, Senator GURNEY. Now then, of course, you really went on the honeymoon, did you, except for a short time? Mr. DEAN. I made several attempts but did not make it. Senator GURNEY. Well, what did you do with the $4,850? Mr. DEAN. Well. as I said, at one point in time, well. I began using it for personal expenses [00.45.27]

The Life Of Muslims In the USSR (pt.2)

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"This film provides a more detailed look at Muslim life in the Soviet Union. It supplies excellent narration and footage for a film of this length. Muslims are free to develop their religious heritage, from birth to their dying day. Through the film we witness religious services, a wedding, and the graduation of theological schools, fully recognized by the state, trained to perpetuate the faith. This film is an unexpected and well-focused treatment that is as entertaining as it is informative."

Elite Of Chinatown Compete

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High contrast, rolling images Prizes are awarded to the most beautiful child, the ugliest and the healthiest, as well as to the finest pair of twins. - Some of the costumes cost as much as $800.

Farming

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121-1 Combine/harvester in field, groups of combines, various angles of combines, misc. farm and construction equipment, back hoe tractor, log hauler (06:53 - 10:31)

LB Mayor Film Studio Icon Honored In New York

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Shaky and blurry in contract and imagery Jewish War Veterans of the United States award a scroll to the motion picture leader for his work in bringing to the World A Better Understanding Of American Ideals. The only audio is the guest applauding.

Floating Hospital Takes Shut-Ins On Summer Sea Trips

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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.

Formosa Hit By 2nd Terrific Earthquake

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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.

City College Wins Basketball Invitation Title

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City College Wins Invitation Title City college comes from behind to win the national invitation tournament from Bradley College of Peoria, in a contest that produces some sparkling basketball. No-30 in the light outfit is chasing the guy in the dark outfit who just makes a basket. No-15 Light outfit try s to steel the ball. One of the players in a dark outfit makes a basket and that wins the game. People are jumping with joy. The team eagerly accepts they winning trophy with pride and happiness.

Religious Rites Honoring Holy Martyrs

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In India, Moslems observe the day of Muharrum, commemorating martyrs of early holy wars. Ritual ends on note of fanaticism and flagellation. Thousands of Moslems gather and a parade of Elephants make their way through the crowd. MS Carrying of model temples and shrines through the streets. CUS - Young men with tree branches with leaves and an orgy of fulgurations where their backs become bloody.

Football: Notre Dame 19, USC 12

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Football: Notre Dame 19, USC 12 Fifty-six thousand stunned spectators see the underdog Irish come from behind twice to score a 19 to 12 victory over favored Trojans. College football upset. USC passing play. Frank Gifford (?) runs in for touchdown. Notre Dame player rushes for a score. More plays by the Irish. This footage is very dark.

Automotive: Trucks And Tires Pass Rigid Tests

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Automotive: Trucks And Tires Pass Rigid Tests The newest gimmick in tires - the one which won't spill you even at ninety miles is demonstrated on the Indianapolis speedway. CU Wilbur Shaw driving and weaving in a convertible at 80 mph he gets a blow-out on the drivers side of the car. MCU Wilbur and the car traveling at a good pace and when a nail penetrates the casing of the tire. Pliable rubber surrounds the puncture and keeps you rolling until you can change the tire.

Thousands Attend Festival Making Tobacco History

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Rolling light in contrast and imagery A Historical Pageant, The Miracle Of Tobacco,' is enacted for throngs of visitors to the National Tobacco Festival. A beautiful queen and lovely maids of honor attend the big fete.

News in Brief: Seoul Hails Liberation.

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News in Brief: Seoul Hails Liberation. Hailing the anniversary of liberation from the Japanese, massed throngs jam city square to applaud Korean and American officials hailing also liberation from communism. Huge crowd outdoors on streets. VS ceremonies, people at podium. Major General John O'Daniel shakes hands with little girl who gave him flowers, pats her on the cheek (she smiles politely and then seems ready to flee).

Whopper Wins Inaugural Race At Hialeah Park

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Rolling, shaky, light and dull in contrast and imagery Hialeah Park opens its racing season with a stunning victory by whopper in the Inaugural handicap. Woman placing bet? Man motioning "come on" waving arms, The horse sets a new track record as it dashes into first place and over the line ahead of tintagel and sweep like.

Aviation - American Airlines

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Aviation - American Airlines MCU pilot's hand reaching over and flipping switch on cockpit control panel. Back MCU as pilot looks out of side window. MCU pilot's hand lowering control lever. Exterior MS of airplane wing. MS pane on the ground. TLS pilot exiting plane and walking to car parked on the tarmac.

Jim Ed Brown's Country Place No. 74

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Interview with Miss Country Music USA Jim Ed Brown "Seattle" Blake Emmons "I Wonder Where You Are Tonight" Jack Palance "Brother River" Jim Ed Brown and Blake Emmons interview actor Jack Palance. They talk about his movie career and his new singing career. Jim Ed Brown "Morning" Jim Ed Brown "There Goes My Everything" Jim Ed Brown "Gentle On My Mind" Jim Ed Brown/Jack Palance "A Little Bitty Tear" Sound 70 "Come On Down"

UN Planes Smash At Red Supply Depots

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Dull in imagery and contrast Navy jet fighters and fighter bombers operating from the carrier Oriskany tear through the wintry skies to deliver telling blows at enemy supply routes, troop concentrations and transport columns. Snow and ice on the ship. Establishing shot - The ice covered deck of Oriskany. UN military shoveling the ice off the deck CUS - A military has a little pix-axe chopping at the ice MCUS - The anti-air-craft gun incased in ice Aerial shots - From inside the cockpit show swooping down and firing on roads, rail roads, supply dumps and costal shipping. Lots of exploding and smoke MCUS - Jeep pulling up in front of many children, Do- Bong Orphan Asylum CUS - Soldiers passing out warm clothing CUS - Three little Korean orphans looking very sad CUS - Two Korean children smiling with their new coats on CUS - Little Korean girl smiling wearing a new dress

Theater Of The Atom

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Shaky, DOS, dark in contrast & imagery Theater Of The Atom Big attraction at the Chicago Fair is the Westinghouse Theater of the Atom, where you see dramatic experiments and demonstrations in atomic energy. The Chicago Fair Of 1950.

SPORTS: Livermore Rodeo.

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SPORTS: Livermore Rodeo. One of the west's most historic rodeos - first held over a century ago in the historic California town - maintains its wild and woolly aspects, with a rough and tumble time for hapless riders. Men get thrown; one just lies motionless afterward.

Styles For Little Misses

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Same as catalog # 515027 The latest in style for the sugar and spice and everything nice set. No hemline problems here-but the ensembles have to harmonize with king-size lolly-pops! MCUS - A little girl and her sister, maybe, walking down the model runway. CUS - Little girl in a light pink or blue fluffy dress with a peignoir over the dress. CUS - A little blue ? dress with a Peter Pan collar. CUS - Little pink dress ? with a lace collar and a little lace around the sleeves of the dress, two button belt in the back of the dress. CUS - A little girl wearing maybe a green dress, with a bib, Peter Pan color and a tie around the waist and the bigger girl is wearing maybe a green dress, tailored color and trimmed in white around the sleeves.
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