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[00.50.20-GURNEY continues to try to suggest DEAN had embezzled campaign funds to discredit his other testimony] Senator GURNEY. Just a couple, of other questions about, the use of the money. You mentioned that you had this work done, in the patio I think that, was about $500 worth of work, is that correct?, Mr. DEAN. That is approximately what I recall, yes. Senator GURNEY. Why did you not pay that, by check? That would be the normal procedure? Mr. DEAN. I ultimately did. Senator GURNEY. I thought, you said you paid it out, of cash out of this account? Mr. DEAN. 'No, I told you I was anticipating what, my needs -would be, at, that time, but, I did not use it, for that purpose ultimately. As I said, I made personal expenditures out of the, money for everything from groceries to other incidentals. Senator GURNEY. Why did you not pay those things by check? Mr. DEAN. Because I had the cash in my possession and I was using it for that purpose. Senator. Senator- GURNEY. But cash out of this trust fund. Mr. DEAN. That is correct. [00.51.17] Senator GURNEY. I am curious about the wedding trip. Do you use credit cards? Mr. DEAN. Sometimes, Sometimes not. Senator GURNEY. You do have credit cards? Mr. DEAN. Yes, I do. Senator GURNEY. Did it ever occur to you to use these, on your honeymoon instead of this cash? Mr. DEAN. Well, as my wife well knows, I try to use my credit cards as infrequently as possible, because I don't like to live on credit. [00.51.40-Mrs. DEAN shown, laughing, seems a bit embarrassed that her husband is publicly admitting to being tight with money, laughter from audience heard] Senator GURNEY. Turning to the meetings with the President, now, as I understand it, you engaged your counsel--I think this is where we left off when we adjourned this morning--on April 2 of this year. Oh, yes, Mr. Chairman, I would like to make this statement of the National Savings & Trust Co. of John Welsey [sic] Dean III's account a part of the record. Senator ERVIN. The reporter will mark this as an exhibit and insert it in the record at this point. Senator GURNEY. Would you state again now when you engaged your Present counsel? Mr. DEAN. I engaged Mr. Shaffer on the. 30th of March. Mr. McCandless was engaged, as I recall, sometime in mid-April, after Mr. Hogan had removed himself from the case. Senator GURNEY. Now, at that time, I suppose you discussed with him your criminal liability, is that correct--your possible criminal liability excuse me. Mr. DEAN. At the first meeting I had with Mr. Shaffer on the 30th, I think we spent initially about 5 hours in which I went over the highlights. He said, I would like to think about that over the weekend and meet with you again on Monday morning. That was on a Friday. On Monday morning, we met again, spent about 2 hours or more going over -further details, in which I was giving him the highlights of everything that I knew about the entire picture. [00.53.58-GURNEY wants to know if DEAN had contact with NIXON while he was deciding to cooperate with the prosecution] Senator GURNEY. Did you have any discussions in this time frame with the President of the United States? Mr. DEAN The President--- Senator GURNEY. The time frame, you are talking about? Mr. DEAN. The President had gone to 'San Clemente at that time. Senator GURNEY. Actually, did you have any meeting at all with the President from the meeting on March 22 and the phone calls on March 23? 1 understand there, were two. Mr. DEAN. No, one. Senator GURNEY. One only? Mr. DEAN. There was one call. As I said, when. I arrived at Camp David, they said it. was the, President calling but it was Mr. Haldeman. I assume. he was calling from the President's office at, that time. Senator GURNEY. Then. there were no phone calls on the 23d with the President? [00.54.39] Mr. DEAN. Yes, there was. There was one phone call on the, 23d. I don't recall the precise. hour, sometime after lunch, when we discussed my going to Camp David. Senator GURNEY. Y. And that was the last,, contact with him until April 14, is that correct? Mr. DEAN. I believe it was April 15, Senator. Senator GURNEY. April 15? Mr. DEAN. Yes. [00.55.00]

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[00.27.24-Sen. GURNEY continues his pro-WHITE HOUSE questioning, trying to imply that DEAN brought LIDDY to the CRP and orchestrated his spying activities] Senator GURNEY. Would that not be important in finding out his qualifications, his previous employment? Mr. DEAN. Well, I was told, for example, when I met him--when I talked to Mr. Krogh about him, I can recall Mr. Krogh very specifically telling me that he had written some of the best legal memorandums that he had run across in a long time. He explained that Gordon had taken some rather complex subjects and analyzed them in a very precise way. One of these -memoranda had gone in to the President and the President had complimented Mr. Liddy through Mr. Krogh on the quality of the document that he had prepared. Senator GURNEY. Was it understood that part of his duties -would be in charge of security or things like that? Mr. DEAN. That is correct. Senator GURNEY. Well, did you ask any questions of him as to what he had had been doing in the area of security? Mr. DEAN. I was told that he had an FBI, Treasury Department, law enforcement background. There, was not a, great focus on that at that time. I know Mr. Krogh had worked in the past before, I came to the 'White House and partially after I was still at the White House with the demonstrator problem. Mr. Krogh was very knowledgeable in the area, and -when he told me that he thought Mr. Liddy had these qualifications I thought that Mr. Krogh's judgment was good and in fact, it was partially Mr. Krogh's working with me from my position at the Department of Justice that resulted in my coming into the White House. Senator GURNEY. You never did go into -what he had been doing with Krogh and Hunt? Mr. DEAN. No, I did not. [00.29.02-DEAN'S role in planning the WATERGATE-GURNEY wants to make DEAN'S role seem significant] Senator GURNEY. The January 27 meeting occurred and as I recall, you testified that the original plan--and I do not know what the word was that you used to describe it, but--- Mr. DEAN. I think I called it a mission impossible plan. Senator GURNEY. I think that is probably a, good description. Did you ever talk to Mr. Mitchell or Mr. Magruder after this horrendous plan, about whether Liddy really was competent, to stay on and work for the, Committee, To Re-Elect the. President? Mr. DEAN. As I recall, the only conversation I had was a very brief conversation. Mr. Liddy was taking the charts off the easel and they were preparing to leave the office when I paused in front of Mr. Mitchell's desk and he told me that, this was certainly out, of the question I do not, think anyone knew that a plan of that dimension was going to be presented at that time. Senator GURNEY. Well, did it worry you that this man came up with kidnapping prostitution, mugging, and all the rest, of it? Mr. DEAN. Yes, sir, it did. Senator GURNEY. But you never really discussed it with Mitchell and Magruder as to his capability, Liddy's capability of staying on at the job? [00.30.20] Mr. DEAN. Well, sir, you would have had to have been there to believe it and I might say that, it was so far out that there -was no hope, in my mind that anyone was ever going to approve any plan like this. So I just assumed that it was going to die, a, natural death. Senator GURNEY. Now we come, to the second meeting that occurred on February 1. My recollection is that you came in a little later this day. Mr. DEAN. That is correct. Senator GURNEY. My recollection also is that you testified that you -were, again disturbed. My Very disturbed at what he was proposing. Is that true? Mr. DEAN. That is correct and I was injecting myself into the meeting in an effort to terminate the meeting, which I did. Senator GURNEY. Well, did you have any discussion after the meeting with Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Magruder about his continuing? Mr. DEAN. I had a direct discussion with Mr. Liddy at, that time. I might add. after the first meeting I had told Mr. Liddy he should destroy the charts. After the second meeting, as we were leaving the office, I told him that I would not discuss this with him any further. I indicated to him that it still was not what was necessary and it was a rather brief discussion, I must say I felt very sorry for Gordon Liddy during much of this because of the fact that he had received no guidance from anybody that, I could tell-certainly none from me--as to what was expected of him. It is not my nature to be hard on somebody. Rather I was trying to tell him that I felt this was not what was contemplated. [00.32.09]

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[01.28.15-DEAN responding to the statement by the WHITE HOUSE, read by Sen. INOUYE. The statement charged DEAN with running the coverup and making accusations against others to protect himself from prosecution-DEAN'S response is calm and thorough] The 23d letter of Mr. McCord. I was asked by Mr. Ehrlichman what my assessment of it -was based on the, earlier conversation I had With Mr. O'Brien, at best it was hearsay that he had if any wanted to perpetuate the coverup at, that, point through further perjury, I am sure they could have, because he had no hard evidence. This was revealed in a conversation which I have submitted to the committee and a conversation I had with Mr. Magruder who was not concerned about this, that the fact that McCord could prove nothing, he could say a lot but he could prove nothing. Let me see here. I will recall the reason again that I was seeking to get the comment from Mr. Liddy was in a sense twofold. First of all, the President had done -a tremendous embrace of me that next morning when the story was printed. He had said that based on conversations -he had had with me, which in fact he had not had, but rather I had had conversations with Mr. Haldeman and Mr. Ziegler, both, and informed them I was prepared to file a libel suit, and I believe the White House has also admitted the fact that that phone, call never took place between the President and myself on that day. But in an effort to develop what would be necessary for a libel suit, not that I was planning to file one at that point, but just in preparing for it I thought the strongest statement I could have would be it statement from Mr. Liddy and that was the reason I approached Mr. Maroulis to see if he could do it. The reason that at Mr. Maroulis could not get the statement was because he was concerned about his client's fifth amendment rights. So those are the only points I would make on that closing statement that was offered by the White House. Senator ERVIN. I want to thank Senator Inouye for putting these questions at the request of the White House counsel, and also for calling the -attention of the witness to the contentions of the White House counsel. Mr. Dean, you have been testifying -for about an hour and a half and I imagine you would not be very adverse to having a very brief recess at this time. Mr. DEAN. I -would appreciate that, Mr. Chairman. I thank you for your thoughtfulness. [01.30.57-MacNEILL v.o. states that the break is to give DEAN a rest, but also allows Sen. ERVIN to prepare his questions]

Snorkel: Sub Stays Under For Entire 5200 Mile Trip

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Snorkel: Sub Stays Under For Entire 5200 Mile Trip The navy demonstrates how a snorkel-equipped submarine made its record breaking run from Hong Kong to Honolulu, without surfacing. It was submerged for 505 hours. This is an interesting piece of film, it shows the submarine diving, coming up and some good shots of the interior of the sub and her men.

Sheep

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01:19:05 Two ewes and lambs on cliff 01:20:53 Two ewes and lambs cross stream going to the summer range 01:23:54 Rams going to summer range feeding in brush 01:24:51 Big rams in heavy brush 05:55:22 Ewes and lambs feeding 15:45:51 Super ram bedded chewing on cud 15:56:16 Super ram arises and stretches 16:01:07 Big ram bedded 16:03:19 Two (2) young rams standing 16:09:57 Young ram on point - vista - gets up stretching 16:16:40 Young Ram on point lie down 16:20:54 Band of big rams 16:23:26 Big ram - CU 16:23:34 Big ram tip of his horns are "broomed" 16:31:55 Big ram comes close 16:34:44 Big ram horns broomed 16:35:46 Big ram on mineral lick 16:37:07 Big ram pose 16:41:35 Super big ram bedded, chewing on cud 16:47:10 Band of rams 16:51:01 Big ram pan - bedded 16:53:41 Two (2) rams butting heads 16:56:04 Four (4) rams bedded down 17:01:10 Big ram bedded down

The Porter Wagoner Show No. 501

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Porter Wagoner 'Happy Faces" Oswald "Black Smoke" Mack Magaha "Fiddlin' Sid" 01.10.00 Dolly Parton "I Will Always Love You" Porter Wagoner "I Been Tore Down" Speck Rhodes (phone) (comedy/narration) Porter Wagoner "Old Time Preacher Man" (Gospel) Oswald "Columbus Stockade Blues"

SPORTS: Motorbike Hill-climb.

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SPORTS: Motorbike Hill-climb. The mechanized bronco-busters battle the law of gravity on a new, near-vertical course outside Lewiston, Idaho. 35 daredevils tackle the hill, but it's still mountain-goat country. Bloopers and spills are par for the course at these motorcycle hill-climb events; one bike even catches on fire. Men try to catch the motorbikes as they tumble downhill. No one is shown successfully reaching the top.

The Visual History of Cars: Thunderbird - Opening Montage

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The Visual History of Cars: Thunderbird - Opening montage of various automobiles ranging from the 1890's to the 1980's. B/W archival of man driving 1890's buggy-like car. Color contemporary shot of 1920's era auto driving down the road. Boxy 1980's model convertible driving toward camera. B/W archival of Model T convoy driving along the road. Contemporary auto race in progress. B/W archival of buggy autos driving along road. Color 1980's sports car driving on snow toward camera. B/W archival of clunker spewing smoke as it chugs along road. Color 1980's car driving toward camera. Color tracking shot of front end of 1960's Ford Mustang. Elevated color pan over row of boxy late 1980's era cars on salt flat. Color contemporary shot of jeeps making jumps during dirt track race. B/W tracking archival of 1930's era sports car cruising along road. Color convoy of boxy 1980's era cars driving toward camera. Color 1980's VW convertible making a sharp turn. Color police jeep moving over rugged terrain. Color of slick red sports car driving toward camera. B/W archival 1920's Model T moving over bridge. Color late 1980's sedan moving toward camera. B/W archival mess of late 1920's era cars driving along street. Color tracking shot of 1980's tank of a car driving along road. Color 1950's era car driving toward camera. B/W archival of keystone cops stunt performed on 1920's era cars. CU car tire while driving. B/W archival of Model T cars circling a cop in the middle of the road. Color late 1980's Mercedes making a sharp turn. B/W archival 1920's era cars driving out of factory. Color elevated shot of highway packed w/1970's traffic. Color contemporary shot of black Corvette driving. B/W archival Model T's driving through urban intersection. Color contemporary stock car racing. B/W archival 1920's auto racing. Color 1970's/1980's BMW driving toward camera. Color boxy 1980's sedan driving toward camera. Color red sports car driving toward camera. B/W archival military jeep driving over rough terrain. Color 1980's Lincoln driving toward camera. Color contemporary stock car race. Title card.

Vancouver Bridge.

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Two spans of Vancouver's Narrows Bridge collapses. The Canadian's city worst industrial disaster. The six lane bridge has been two years in the building slated for completion next spring has been set back 6 months. Three million dollars has been added to the original cost of 19 million dollars. When the outer span collapse dozens of work men were hurled 200 feet into the waters of the harbor. Eighteen men died and two are still missing. Camera panning of the collapsed bridge and a part of it is in the water. MS - Rescue workers on the bridge and some are in a boat that's pulled along side of it. CUS - A man whose face is covered with blood lays unconscious on the deck of the small motor boat. MS - An ambulance parked on the dock, and a rescue worker getting a patient stretcher prepared. MLS - The collapsed bridge and the water.

The Porter Wagoner Show No 435

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Promo for The Porter Wagoner Show No 435

Just Cause: CH-53 helo and gunner

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POP Goes The Country No 114

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Pop Goes the Country! Show No. 114. Guest stars Merle Haggard & Connie Smith. Pop Goes the Country host Ralph Emory cuts a promo, has Connie Smith, Bonnie Owens and Merle Haggard introduce themselves; Merle plays fiddle, leads band into segue out.

Football - Michigan State vs Notre Dame

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Michigan State vs. Notre Dame, at South Bend. An overflow crowd of 60,000 sees a power-packed Spartan team move from a 7-7 tie at the half, to score 40 points in the 2nd half. Notre Dame fights hard, but the big 10 powerhouse wraps up a jolting 47-14 victory. Establishing shot - A packed stadium of 60,000 football fans. MS - Michigan State and Notre Dame are on the field. The Spartans have the ball and they score a touchdown. MS - A long pass and it is caught by Harding on the three yard line. MS - On 4th down Gilbert rams through and scores another touchdown. MS - Notre Dame scores their second touchdown. MS - The Spartans come back fast and score a touchdown. When the smoke clears its Michigan State 47 and Notre Dame 7.

Studio Audience

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The Volcano Mauna Loa Erupts

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The Volcano Mauna Loa Erupts The world's most active volcano again blows its top and sends streams of molten lava cascading into the sea turning it into a boiling cauldron.

Auto Plant Exteriors

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Miss Universe: Foreign Beauties Vie For World Title.

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Miss Universe: Foreign Beauties Vie For World Title. Gals from Finland, Puerto Rico, the Philippines, Panama and Greece display their charms for the camera in contests to determine who shall represent her country in the Miss Universe contest to be held in Long Beach, California. Women in evening gown competition parade before people seated at table. Miss Greece smiles at airport, being welcomed with bouquet of flowers. Filipina women in swimsuits. The various national winners smile for the camera.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activiti...

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[00.49.45-His attempts to portray DEAN as an embezzler foiled, GURNEY attempts to cast aspersions on DEAN'S dealings with his own attorneys] Senator GURNEY. Let us go into the business, of attorney's fees. Well. first of all, was not you your lawyer originally Mr. Hogan? Mr. DEAN. That is correct. Senator GURNEY. And then you changed from 'Mr. Hogan to whom? Mr. DEAN. Well, I began discussing with Mr. Hogan who is a very able lawyer, who has had some criminal experience. on March 25, who he would suggest is a very fine criminal lawyer. We talked about, I told him that I wanted to have a very fine criminal lawyer to go Over a lot of these things to get some independent counsel on. Mr. Hogan, who is also from, has a suburban practice, told me, about Mr. Shaffer. I had known Mr. Shaffer from some years ago, We had had a casual acquaintance. Where we had met, I do not know how many years ago, three or four, I guess it has been, and I liked him when I met him, I knew he, had been a prosecutor. and enjoyed a good reputation in that regard. I also called on the 28th and 29th several other friends to ask them who they might suggest as a very capable criminal lawyer that could assess this situation for me. I wanted them to look at my problem and everybody else's problem and that had never been done based on the facts that I knew. So Mr. Hogan was my initial lawyer. Mr. Hogan dropped out, of the case because he had a conflict of Interest because he had represented 'Mr. Colson at one stage and he realized that, when my conversations went on it might get on into Mr. Colson. so he withdrew and about that same time Mr. McCandless was retained. Senator GURNEY. Is Mr. Shaffer chief counsel or Mr. McCandless? Mr. DEAN. I think they are cocounsel and Mr. Shaffer and Mr. McCandless work together very closely. [00.52.07-GURNEY seems to be trying to suggest that DEAN is manipulating his attorneys in some improper way] Senator GURNEY. Have you paid them a retainer? Mr. DEAN. They have sent me a bill I have not paid. Senator GURNEY. Did you handle any other cash during the campaign other than the $15,200 that you testified to? Mr. DEAN. Did I personally handle it? No. sir, I did not. Senator GURNEY. Have you received any payment from anybody this year or last year other than the Income which you received from your employment or your brokerage accounts. Mr. DEAN. I have had reimbursements from the Government and I had a reimbursement from the Re-Election Committee for an expenditure for the convention but those were the only reimbursements. Senator GURNEY. Turning now to--- Mr. DEAN. You said also my brokerage 'firm, I guess it was this year that I made a substantial profit on a home, I owned. I had bought a house at, in the neighborhood that Senator Weicker has recently moved into, I might add, where, I was one of the first persons in the neighborhood, and they were almost giving the houses away at that point in time. I bought the house, encouraging a lot of my friends to buy houses also, and we were able to negotiate by bringing the number of people in simultaneously, a rather good purchase price. Within 11, 12 months I had made a $15,000 -profit on one home and was able to buy another home and pay for the furniture in the second house. [00.53.56-GURNEY desperately wants to make DEAN out to be a crook] Senator GURNEY. Is it my understanding that the committee is being furnished a full financial statement by the, witness? Mr. DASH. We Will so receive, one, Mr. DEAN. I have not been asked for one. I would be perfectly willing. My records are in the White House, my own records are down there with everything else and I might add that I would be perfectly welcome for any audit or any examination that I understand Mr. Bellino, who is with the staff, and would welcome, his full and thorough analysis of all my Financial holdings or dealings and the like. [00.54.33]

Irwin Confesses to Triple Murder Last Easter Morn

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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.

POP Goes The Country No 304

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Coast Guard Seizes Crew Of 10 Britons & $200,000 Rum Cargo

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Rolling, shaky, blurry imagery The liquor-runner Nova V. is captured by U. S. Revenue cutter and hauled to the barge office where barrels of original sheriff's malt and bags of William Penn were confiscated and the men held.

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

Jim Ed Brown' Country Place No. 64

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Jim Ed Brown "Mexican Joe/Yonder Comes a Sucker" Blake Emmons "Alabam" Billy Ed Wheller "The Coming of the Roads" Billy Ed Wheeler "The Reverend Mr. Black" Maxine Brown "Rocky Top" Jim Ed Brown "Hello Darlin'" Jim Ed Brown "For the Good Times"

Electric rays for dog patients!

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Some high contrast and grainy. Electric rays for dog patients! Hospital treats ailing canines with newest healing devices.
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