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Allies continue Drive Toward 38th Parallel

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Allies continue Drive Toward 38th Parallel With big guns blasting a path, United Nations forces continue their cautions but steady advance on the 38th Parallel, taking a terrific toll of the enemy. America's first dead start the final journey to their homeland from Japan. MS Large cannon blasting at the hills of Korea. CU Soldier telling the cannon operators to fire. MLS Exploitations going off in the hills of Korea from the cannon. Two soldiers firing a machine gun. CU Soldier talking on a walkie-talkie. MCU Dead North Koreans and Red Chinese. Two soldiers walking on the side of railroad tracks looking down into the ditches at the deal soldiers. Captures Red Chinese and North Koreans. General Ridgeway and General Bradley. CU American platoon walking down the road. Soldiers have their riffles on their shoulders. MLS American Marines and sailors standing at attention on a pier in Yokohama Japan paying their last respect's to the fallen Americans. Mrs. MacArthur. Different branches of the service lay down wreaths. MCU United States transport takes the fallen soldiers away.

Chinese Hold State Lottery

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Rolling contrast dull and light in imagery Shanghai, China Exclusive pictures of the drawing in the great government conducted-gamble, held to raise funds for the promotion of aviation and the construction of new roads, in which a group in Peking, won the first prize of approximately $250,000.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activiti...

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[00.30.35-BAKER continues questioning DEAN about the state of NIXON'S knowledge of the coverup, assessing the quality of evidence regarding the Sept. 15, 1972 meeting] Senator BAKER. All right. It, seems to me then that the extent to which the September 15 meeting Would give us some guidance in our inquiry as to what the President dent knew and when he knew it, that you depend on a combination of things. You depend on your experience at the White House as a staffer with the interrelationships of staff and the Presidential staff; the remarks which did not relate directly to Watergate, that is, the break-in at Watergate or to the concealment of the involvements and responsibilities for it. [00.31.30] But based on the general tenor of the conversation, you gained the impression, I believe you said, to paraphrase Your testimony, that the President knew that there was an on-going counter-effort, at least, and when you couple that with your knowledge of the relationships and circumstances, that you concluded then in your own mind that he knew something, and I don't believe You have testified quite exactly what, about the events involved? Mr. DEAN. Well, I might say one thing that did come specifically out, of the conversation was that we had leaped the hurdle of the, Justice Department investigation and the indictments -were down. Now the looming problems were the Patman committee hearings, and the President gave very clear instructions to Mr. Timmons he, should get, on top of those so they did not get out of hand because that was the next problem. IT was also very clear that I was to follow up with the civil litigation and see anything I could do to make sure that this didn't get out of hand. [00.32.44] [2 PAGES MISSING FROM TRANSCRIPT--PARAPHRASED] Senator BAKER states, not to distort DEAN, but it's true that DEAN had to draw inferences from the conversation and DEAN'S knowledge of the relationships of the staff that led him to believe NIXON knew of the efforts to counter the Watergate publicity, and possibly the facts regarding responsibility for the break-in itself. DEAN agrees to that summarization. BAKER states that there was no direct statement about CRP involvement in Watergate, NIXON'S knowledge, of either Watergate or the Coverup. In BAKER'S words, no direct "category one" information. DEAN. Repeats that he will not place interpretations on the things he reports, and has reported all of the evidence that he can about the meeting. BAKER says the information is useful. There will be more exploration of the Sept. 15 meeting, especially when HALDEMAN comes before the committee. [00.33.55] BAKER states that the only other person present on Sept. 12 was NIXON, BAKER is not prepared to say how the committee can get NIXON'S testimony about the events, but in any case, DEAN'S testimony will be compared in the future to other testimony. Asks about DEAN'S next meeting with NIXON. [00.34.40] DEAN states that the next meeting was preceeded by the events of the LaCOSTA meetings, in which EHRLICHMAN and HALDEMAN dictated the policy for the continuing coverup as the ERVIN COMMITTEE was announced. DEAN was asked by HALDEMAN at this time to prepare an agenda for a meeting with the PRESIDENT of the strategy for the next part of the coverup. BAKER states that he wants to know chiefly "WHAT DID THE PRESIDENT KNOW AND WHEN DID HE KNOW IT?", requests DEAN to keep that focus, first on DEAN'S direct knowledge from meeting with NIXON, second by circumstantial evidence.

Congress Doubtful Seats

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Congress Doubtful Seats Although the Democrats retain a working majority in congress, as of this moment, the contested election results in some states may affect that majority. In New York, W. Kingsland Macy, center in the controversial Hanley letter affair, appears to have lost out to his Democrat rival. And in Michigan, Governor Williams, who seemed defeated at first, but wins in a close election. When the 82nd congress convenes under the capital dome it will have a closely divided partisan membership. In the senate only two votes separate the parties and one seat still in doubt that of democratic senator elect William Benton of Connecticut. This election is now before the courts for a recount. Should he lose, the Senate would be deadlocked at 48 for each party. OHS Election officials checking the ballots. MCU Impounded voting machines getting checked out by voting commissioners. CU Reprehensive Macy smoking a pipe. CU Earnest Freewood. CU Governor Williams. MLS Capital dome. OHS senate with the senators. CU Governor Raymond of New York. OHS The House 82nd congress. CUThe Capital.

Kids Play Baseball in a Park

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00:09:32:- MS's and tight LS of several shirtless boys playing a crude game of stickball in a small grassy section near a shopping district. 00:11:20:- Good MS of four old-timers sitting on a park bench and talking... well, one of them talks, the others remain grim and silent. 00:11:43:- MS of a young boy (in FG) staring into a store display: a mannequin wears a University of Michigan sweatshirt. CU of another shirt on another mannequin, a logo over the left breast that reads, "Legends". Creepy CU of another mannequin, this one of a baby in action: wears a cute lil' slugger outfit. 00:13:00:- MS of three young boys standing in front of an abandoned store and talking to an off-screen producer. Cut to silly MS of a shirtless young boy doing karate chops for the camera on a busy sidewalk.

Anniversary: Italy Marks Sixth Year As Republic

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Anniversary: Italy Marks Sixth Year As Republic More than 20,000 troops, joined by tanks and low-flying planes, present a stirring spectacle as Italy stages the greatest military parade since World War II, to mark the sixth anniversary of the republic. The famed Bersaglieri are in the line of march. The President and Prime Minister (Luigi Einaudi and Alcide De Gasperi) are watching. Military planes fly overhead to show their might. Tanks in parade.

Fashion Parade.

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Fashion Parade. Buyers from America preview Italy's latest contributions to haute couture, a full line of new outfits for the spring and summer seasons featuring ideas and workmanship that will be reflected in tomorrow's trends. On a runway, a model holds open her jacket, flashing the audience with - what is it? - perhaps a swimsuit (?) with brassiere-like top and shorts on bottom, geometric pattern - almost like Op Art style, ahead of its time. Not on runway but just posing for camera are two young ladies wearing day dresses (I think) with fitted waist and flared skirt that falls about mid-calf; they also wear hats and short gloves. Next, two more models: one wears a long dark skirt and matching jacket/blazer, the other wears a sassy polka-dot dress with short sleeves. Then, evening gowns: one is a glittering, tightly fitted, sleeveless gown worn with a fur stole; the other is also fitted and glittering, with straps and a train of sorts - what looks like crinoline is hanging from the back of the dress, sweeping the ground. Both of these models have a feather or something on their heads. Another elegant evening gown - fitted sleeveless bodice with a skirt made of cascading ruffles or bows, worn with elbow-length gloves.

Product Shots - Everything Must Go Sale!

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Product Shots - Everything Must Go Sale! CU of a small ceramic ladle decorated with classic 1950's organic design, a gloved handed reaches into the scene and snatches the pottery out of frame, shot is repeated. CU male display bust clothed in an oxford button-up shirt and striped tie, hand reaches into the scene and snatches the tie off the display. CU hand in a black glove pounding away on a typewriter, two gloved hands reach into the scene and snatch the typewriter out of frame. CU two hands pulling stacked cooking pots in opposite directions. MS elderly woman looking at what appears to be an old school air conditioning unit (AC), a man walks into frame and rolls the unit off screen from under the woman's nose. MS stream of people walking past camera with various domestic objects, only their torso area is seen as they walk by. MS of a plaid golf club bag. Title card reading 'SOLD.' Fly-eye view of golf bag. MS chair. Title card reading 'SOLD.' Fly-eye view of chair. MS kitchen stove. Title card reading 'SOLD.' Fly-eye view of stove. Illustration of a ranch style house. Title card reading 'SOLD.' Illustration of community of ranch style homes. Diamond montage: Brief MS woman in formal gown swaying back and forth, abstract slit-screen of shiny jewels with a metal lighter superimposed over them, CU dangling diamond earrings, abstract shot of sparkly jewels spinning rather quickly. MS table with place setting, a female hand reaches in and adjusts the silverware. Abstract kaleidoscope effect creating moving/merging shapes. MS automated lazy-susan revolving with various products, scene is made to look like a low budget party with sparse streamers. Weird cartoon drawing of a woman holding a lollypop. MS revolving lazy-susan. CU sunglasses displayed on a ceramic vase. CU automated revolving get-up displaying men's bowties. CU products on lazy-susan passing camera (polka-dot bowl, coffee pot and transistor radio are seen). MS vertical flyswatters moving past a cartoon illustration of a man sipping a soda through a straw. Illustration of man sipping a soda. CU products on lazy-susan moving past camera (Swiss army knife and drinking glass with playing card motif are seen). CU stack of bath towels moving past camera. CU ceramic rooster moving past camera. MS drinking glass revolving past camera. CU cooking pots revolving past camera. CU goofy figurine revolving past camera. ECU of product with abstract fish motif revolving past camera. ECU ring moving past camera. MS furniture sets moving past camera. MS revolving lazy-susan.

Rockets (Can 1 of 2)

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130-1 Rocket Countdown (07:29 - 08:09) 130-2 Redstone missile countdown (08:11 - 08:49) 130-3 Rocket take off (08:51 - 09:44)

The Porter Wagoner Show No. 488

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Porter Wagoner "Hold on Tight" Cal Smith "Love'd You All Over the World" ? "Durham's Bull" (Instrumental) Dolly Parton "Love With Me" Porter Wagoner (Narration) Speck Rhodes (phone) (comedy/narration) Porter Wagoner "Satan's River" (Gospel) Cal Smith "Lord Knows I'm Drinkin'" Group "Crawdad Song"

The Porter Wagoner Show No. 514

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Porter Wagoner "Wake Up Jacob" Jimmy C. Newman "Blue Darlin" ? "Scotland Yard" (Instrumental) Barbara Lee "You Can Have Him" Porter Wagoner "Cold Hard Facts of Life" Speck Rhodes "More Pretty Girls" Porter Wagoner "Suppertime" (Gospel) Jimmy C. Newman "Alligator Man" (Cajun)

Oddities In Today's News

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High contrast, not bad imagery University goes a-riding! Omnibus college perambulates for students seeking higher education far-afield. A man giving a lecture to students outdoors.

Mardi Gras

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Dull in imagery and contrast Pre-lenten gaiety in the crescent city's famed mardi gras. Merry-makers throng the streets in exotic costumes, gaily decorated floats on parade keynote the world-famed carnival. Establishing shot - Crowded streets with people and parades MVUS - King of the Mardi Gras waving his septor at the crowd MCUS - Float with giant dice and cards MCUS - Out stretched arms and hands catching trinkets

Jim Ed Brown's Country Place No. 83

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Jim Ed Brown "Ain't Life Sweet" Harlow Wilcox "Groovy Grubworm" Crystal Gayle "Carolina In My Mind" Harlow Wilcox "Mo Jo Working" Sound 70 "Tucky Home" Jim Ed Brown "Laying Here Lying in Bed" Jim Ed Brown "Rainy Jane" Jim Ed Brown and Crystal Gayle "Gotta Travel On"

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activiti...

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[00.53.04-GURNEY continues to question DEAN about his receipt of the FBI files of the Watergate investigation-DEAN is not stumped in the least, GURNEY is getting cross with DEAN.] Senator GURNEY. Let me get back again now to the conversation with Mr. Gray. Wasn't he pretty specific with you that the only reason he would turn these things over to you is because the President of the United States requested them through you? Mr. DEAN. Well, Senator, in my dealing with Mr. Gray, from the very outset he was very anxious to be of any assistance he could. For example, when I first met with him and he told me he was traveling--- Senator GURNEY. Could we get to my question now. Mr. DEAN. Certainly, I just want to explain the circumstance of a conversation so you can understand it in full and can fully appreciate it. When he told me, for example, he was traveling around the country a lot and I should deal -with Mark Felt, that to me evidenced that Mr. Gray wanted to be of assistance; if he wasn't there, I should talk to others. The same tenor was in the conversation that he, would have to check, and he wanted assurances these were going to the President, this information -would go to the President. I am sure he knew very well that the President didn't want to sit down and read a stack of raw FBI materials. [00.54.13] Senator GURNEY. Then it is your understanding that it was Mr. Gray's understanding that the reason why you were there getting those 302 forms is because the President had you requested you to; is that correct? Mr. DEAN. I don't believe that is necessarily my understanding that 'he, as I recall wanted to know, you know was this information going back to the President, and I assured him it -was. [00.54.39-GURNEY continues to try to paint DEAN as the chief architect of the coverup, particularly that he intentionally withheld information from NIXON] Senator GURNEY. Well, did it? Did you ever report to the President what was in those 302 forms? Mr. DEAN. There was never anything in those FBI reports that I read, worth reporting even to Mr. Haldeman or Mr. Ehrlichman. Senator GURNEY. Did You ever show a single one, of the 82 302 files to the President? Mr. DEAN. No, not to my recollection; no, sir. Senator GURNEY. Did You ever report a, single information that was in those files to the President? Mr. DEAN. Not, to my recollection, no. I may have reported the general tenor of the investigation -which was, I might say, very vigorous. Senator GURNEY. You reported that to the President? Mr. DEAN. No, I would report that to Mr. Haldeman and Mr. Ehrlichman and as my channel of reporting. Senator GURNEY. Did you ever get a call from Mr. Gray about this newspaper story about one of the reports being shown to Mr. Segretti? Mr. DEAN. Yes, I did. Senator GURNEY. Would you report that to the committee? [00.55.33] Mr. DEAN. Well, I recall that when that story broke, Mr. Gray called me and asked -me, if that were true, and I said absolutely not. that the FBI reports have never left my office and I have never showed an FBI report to Mr. Segretti which, in fact, is true. I -never showed an FBI report to Mr. Segretti. Senator GURNEY. did you gather from this conversation that Mr. Gray was pretty disturbed about the fact that, the, report might be shown not only to Segretti but any anybody else? Mr. DEAN. I didn't have the impression that, he was upset by it. I don't know how often Mr. Gray and I talked but we talked frequently. We had worked together at, the Department of Justice, and while it was reported that he called me with some outrage, Mr. Gray and I generally didn't have that type, of conversation. He said something to the effect that "Is that true, you know, I can't believe you would do that," and I said "No, it is not true and I never showed Segretti any FBI reports." [00.56.46-GURNEY tries to gloss over the closeness of the White House relationship to the FBI and suggest something sinister about DEAN receiving the 302 forms for the Watergate investigation] Senator GURNEY. Of course you worked at the Department of Justice for some time. and I suppose you have some, familiarity with the procedures down there. Isn't it a most unusual thing for a 302 report to be let out of the FBI office to anyone? Mr. DEAN. Well, I know this: that the White House receives on a regular basis and my office was the recipient, on a regular basis, of countless FBI information. Now this deals with everything from background investigation---- Senator GURNEY. I am talking about the 302 forms that are filed with raw data. Mr. DEAN. Yes. Senator GURNEY. Not reports. Mr. DEAN. I don't recall ever receiving 302's at the White House other than on this incident. I really was never terribly aware of what the Policy was. I didn't work with the criminal cases in the Department of Justice while, I was there so I don't know, if there were other occasions when 302's were sent anywhere or not. I cant answer the question Senator GURNEY. But I understood you to say your understanding with Gray on these 302 files would be that you would guard them very closely. Mr. DEAN. That is correct. Senator GURNEY. Who did you show, them to? Mr. DEAN. Well, as I testified, after the report on the 21st came to my office, Mr. Mardian was anxious to see them. Mr. Mitchell thought that -was a good idea and also that Mr. O'Brien and Mr. Parkinson also came to see, them. They came to my office, I recall them scanning them. They decided there really wasn't much in there that interested them. The thing that sticks In my mind most is that Mardian was, who was apparently very familiar with 302 and FBI investigations from being the head of the Internal Security Division said that, you know, "Gray is just, going hog wild here" because of the tone, and the tenor, of the, interoffice from one field office or from headquarters to field offices, that the tone of the cables that were being sent out of headquarters. Senator GURNEY. Mardian, O'Brien, Parkinson weren't even in the White House then? Mr. DEAN. That is correct. Mr. DEAN. The reelection committee. Senator GURNEY. Do you think Mr. Gray had any idea that people like that outside of the White House were looking at these files? Mr. DEAN. I am sure he had none because I didn't tell him. [00.59.06]

Fordham - Miami

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Fordham's Rams batter the Miami eleven to score a decisive 20-0 win over the Hurricanes. MLS - QB throws football to the receiver. MLS - QB throws once more to the same receiver and once more the football is caught. MLS - Miami kicks on fourth down, Fordham catches the ball and runs it in for a touch down. Fordham Rams win.

Supersonic Sled: Test New Bail Out Methods

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Airforce supersonic research moves to the top of Hurricane Mesa, where a dummy-carrying rocket sled is boosted to supersonic speed, to hurtle a dummy over the precipice, in the most drastic trial of pilot safety gear. Establisshing shot - Airrial shot of Hurricane Mesa. MCUS - Military giving an all clear signal. MCUS - Military men putting the rockets into place. CUS - A couple of dials. MCUS - The switch is hit and the rocket takes off. MS - The dummy is exxxpelled from the sled and hurdled over a thousand clif. The most drastic trial of the safty gear that spells life or death for American air men.

Fashion Parade.

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Fashion Parade. At home fashions with chic suburbanites. A day with a Darien, Conn., housewife, from brunch-time snack to dressy dinner party-all in high style. Various shots of fashionable housewife (? - or professional model) around the house, donning different outfits through the day. Puttering around the kitchen at breakfast in bathrobe or long nightgown. She pulls on a skirt while a guest is visiting (seems odd). She and guest, wearing stylish casual daywear, drink tea together. Housewife sits and drinks cocktail in patterned dress with what looks like a large long ribbon hanging off of it. Chicken roasts on a spit in fireplace (?!). Various staged-looking shots of 3 couples at cocktail party in home - the neighbor is wearing something by Oleg Cassini! Postwar prosperity, I suppose. Wow.

Watergate Hearings: Senate Select Committee on Presidenti...

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Watergate Hearings: Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities June 28, 1973 - Testimony of John Dean.

Sports: Seattle, Motorcycle Mud Race.

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Sports: Seattle, Motorcycle Mud Race. Two girls (women) join the fun this year, joining the men cyclists for the annual spring mud race through the quagmire. It's gooey and muddy, and most of the hopefuls bog down, but the winner gets a hero's reward. Comical shots of motorcyclists driving through mud puddles, spinning out quite remarkably, slogging through mud, etc. The winner, who has mud on his face, kisses a young woman; they laugh. Funny, unusual competition.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activiti...

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[01.03.49-DEAN responds to the White House Memo accusing DEAN of masterminding the coverup] Mr. DEAN.---I was asked to handle testimony in different ways. Wen I came down from Camp David there was no doubt in my mind that I wasn't going to play the coverup game and I wasn't I going to give them any further information with which they could play the coverup game. Senator INOUYE. Were you In fact, Mr. Dean, preparing your own testimony? Mr. DEAN. I was going through and recalling everything I could remember about the incidents. I had been asked to do that, and if the President had called and asked me for that report-- Senator INOUYE. Did you spend the 6 days preparing testimony for your own use? Mr. DEAN. Let me complete, Senator If the President called me and asked me for that report, I would have sent it, to the President of the United States. There is no doubt about that. That isn't, who was calling and asking me for it, It was Mr. Ehrlichman who was calling me from -California, he wanted any part I had of it, and based on the earlier conversations I had had wasn't about to give it to Mr. Ehrlichman. So I can't say I was preparing my own testimony because I wasn't Preparing my own testimony. I was trying to reconstruct, as I had been asked to do I what I remembered as to what had occurred'. [01.05.01] Senator INOUYE. You have testified on several occasions that you were concerned with the enormity of the problem. If it was so, why did you not on your own present to the President your written report? Mr. DEAN. Well, I thought I had very clearly made, the point to 'the President on the 21st. What I saw occurring after the 21st indicated to me that there was a certain degree of protection going on by Mr. Haldeman and Mr. Ehrlichman. I was never sure that if I had sent the, report the President would ever see it for one thing. Senator INOUYE. As the President's counsel, and you were seeing the President quite often during those days, could you not have personally handed the report to him? [01.05.46] Mr. DEAN. The President was in California, Senator, at the, time. He left shortly after I came down and I had this little, round of activities; -with Mr. Haldeman and Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Magruder, and they -were off to California. Senator INOUYE. [QUOTING W.H. MEMO ATTACKING DEAN'S TESTIMONY] "The failure of Dean's muse while he was on the mountain is understandable since by this time it would have been impossible to write a believable report that would not have been self-indicting. While he was at Camp David, Dean told Ehrlichman's assistant that he was not getting the statement done but was planning his own defense." And this is from Mr. Ehrlichman. Mr. DEAN. That is not true, Senator Senator INOUYE. [QUOTING W.H. MEMO ATTACKING DEAN'S TESTIMONY] "Haldeman talked with him several times and felt, that Dean was not having much progress in writing his report, but it became clear that he was worrying more about himself.'"' This is from Haldeman. Mr. DEAN. Well, as I say when I came down from Camp David, I don't think it was a question of worrying about, myself as what I was witnessing was Mr. Haldeman and then subsequently Mr. Ehrlichman becoming very concerned about themselves. [01.07.09] Senator INOUYE. [QUOTING W.H. MEMO ATTACKING DEAN'S TESTIMONY] "On the 25th the President suggested it be announced that Dean would appear before the grand jury." Mr. DEAN. On what. date? Senator INOUYE. On March 25. Mr. DEAN. On March 25, I was at Camp David. The President was in Florida. That was a Sunday as I recall, and I recall no conversation with the President. I have, no knowledge of that at all. That is a new one to -me. [01.07.45] Senator INOUYE. [QUOTING W.H. MEMO ATTACKING DEAN'S TESTIMONY] "On the 26th Dean agreed but said he -would do so only if given immunity." Mr. DEAN. No, sir, I had no conversations with anybody. They were in Florida at that, time. The discussion that morning, if You will recall was that the President came out 'With a statement that he warmly endorsed me, he expressed new confidence or renewed confidence, in me, that he had allegedly spoken directly with me, and had no concern at, all about my prior knowledge of this matter and I do not recall any statement about going before the grand jury being issued when he was giving me this very warm embrace. [01.08.23]

Mid-West Boy wins National Marblres Title

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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.

News in Brief: Canada Cattle Slaughtered.

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News in Brief: Canada Cattle Slaughtered. Dread hoof & mouth disease breaks out in Saskatchewan, and hundreds of diseased cattle are rounded up and shot to prevent the further spread of the dread plague. Farm in winter. Men post sign: "Quarantined." Cows are herded along. Cows in a pit unknowingly awaiting death. Men fire guns toward the cattle. Bulldozer pushes dirt over the dead cattle in their giant grave.

Trooping The Colors In Honor Of The Queen

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Trooping the colors, traditional ceremony of color and pomp that marks the Queen's birthday. In full dress uniform, her majesty Elizabeth reviews the guards. Members of the royal family ride through cheering throngs to the event. While in the audience, armed police watch for a threatened assassination attempt. Establishing shot - Queen Elizabeth riding her steed while throngs of loyal subjects line the streets. Looking down - At the Queen riding her steed and her escorts riding in back of her.. MS - Queen Elizabeth riding past the Grenadier Troops standing at attention. MS - Climax of the time honored ceremony coming to a climax when the colors are handed over to the ensign. MS - Queen comes to a stop, salutes proudly as the entire regiment marches in review.
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