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Prince Faissal Of Saudi Arabia Visits NY

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New York, New York
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Prince Faisal of Saudi Arabia, heir to King Saud's throne, arrives in New York, with a royal retinue, for medical consultations about his ulcer. A complaint that limits his breakfast to caviar. Establishing shot - Prince Faisal of Saudi Arabia sitting in a doctor's office. MCUS - Prince Faisal leaving the doctor's office, with two body guards and his frinds walking behind him.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 27, 1973

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.Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office Building
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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]

Opening Of The Diamond Exposition

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Holland, Amsterdam
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8 Million dollars worth of diamonds is displayed in Amsterdam, ranging from raw stones to the notorious Hope diamond. Literally a sparkling occasion. Establishing shot - Men and Women that are connected to the diamond industry looking the diamonds over. MS to CUS - A little statue of the Madonna holding a large diamond. MCUS - Diamonds in cases spelling out United Nations and the United Nations logo done up in diamonds. CUS - Hope Diamond. CUS - Several hundred diamonds laying on a table. MCUS - Shadow of a security guard.

Missile In Grand Central Station

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New York, New York
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00:23:56 - 00:24:21
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Visual proplems at start of story The army's huge red-tone missile is put on public display in New York s vast Grand Central Station, looming over hurrying commuters in a breath-taking salute to the International Geo-Physical Year. Establishing shot - Two men with a crowd of people behind them have chains in their hands and it looks like they can be hoisting the rocket in place, MOHS - The United States Army Rocket is in place and their is a large crowd gathering in the background. MS - Several people stand together looking up in total amazement at the rocket. MCUS - The nose cone and down of the rocket. CUS - A mother with her two children, she's bent down so she can explain what their looking at. All three are looking up. MLS - The rocket and in the background the windows of the station.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 27, 1973

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.Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office Building
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[00.59.06-GURNEY continues questioning, trying to discredit DEAN over the FBI files of the Watergate investigation] Senator GURNEY. Did anybody else look at the files? Mr. DEAN. The only other occasion I recall anybody else looking at the files is when Mr. Dick Moore who was Special Counsel to the President was instructed by Mr. Ehrlichman to prepare himself to deal with the leaking stories on the Segretti related matters and at that time Mr. Moore was given those documents to look at, and worked with those documents as they related to Segretti, Kalmbach, and Chapin, and Mr. Strachan. Senator GURNEY, Didn't Mr. Chapin and Mr. Strachan look at them, too ? [00.59.44-DEAN responds to GURNEY'S accusation, exposing it as a red herring] Mr. DEAN. No, sir, they did not. I never showed them to any witness. In fact I was requested, and I told the people who had been interviewed that I didn't think it was something I could show them, and I would generally just talk in general about it. I do recall when they were reinterviewed by the FBI the FBI themselves showed them their original 302's [01.00.08-The FBI file issue nearly expanded, GURNEY is reduced to arguing that DEAN'S conduct wasn't very nice.] Senator GURNEY. Don't you think it -was a serious breach of faith to show these 302 files to other people., a breach of faith to Mr. Gray? Mr. DEAN. Yes. I think it can be interpreted that way, Senator GURNEY. Let's go to the matter of the Hunt material that was turned over to Mr. Gray. Now, as I understand it some material was turned over to the FBI but certain materials were held out; is that, correct? Mr. DEAN. That is correct. Senator GURNEY. What were they? [01.00.45-DEAN describes again picking incriminating materials out of HUNT'S safe, GURNEY missing the obvious point that the materials extracted incriminated HALDEMAN and EHRLICHMAN, not DEAN.] Mr. DEAN. Well, I tried in my statement to catalog what -I can recall that I saw amongst those. documents This was a combined effort to extract this material by Mr. Fielding and myself. Sometimes when Mr. Fielding was going through it he would make reference to something and at one point in time I decided we ought to extract all of these documents and put them in one place, and Mr. Fielding did that for me and put them in envelopes and they were subsequently stored in my safe until the time they were turned over to Mr. Gray. So I cannot--- Senator GURNEY. I thought you testified that you carried some of these around in the trunk of your car? Mr. DEAN. No, sir, that was not, those -were not documents. That was the briefcase that was found in Mr. Hunt's safe. That was a rather large, oh, like so. Senator GURNEY. Wasn't that, the material that was turned over to Gray? Mr. DEAN. No, sir, it was not. Senator GURNEY. What was turned over to Gray ? Mr. DEAN, Two envelopes containing sensitive political documents. Senator GURNEY. And what--that was turned over at a meeting in Mr. Ehrlichman's office, is that right? Mr. DEAN. That is correct. Senator GURNEY. And you were, present and Mr. Gray was present. [01.02.00-DEAN reminds GURNEY about his statement that the withholding of HUNT'S materials was at EHRLICHMAN'S urging] Mr. DEAN. That is correct. You will recall I had been instructed to "deep-six" and shred documents. I had to come up in my own mind with a persuasive argument for Mr. Ehrlichman as to why not to "deep-six" and destroy documents. I decided the best, way to persuade him was to tell him that there was a chance that the men who had drilled the safe had seen it, that the Secret Service agent who was present at the time of the drilling had seen it, that Mr. Fielding and Mr. Kehrli had been there and had seen it, and, of course, Mr. Fielding had gone, through all of the documents and for -all those people, to be, quizzed by the FBI would result in an awful lot of lying. Senator GURNEY. Was it, your suggestion to turn those papers over to Mr. Gray? Mr. DEAN, Yes, it was because I told Mr.--- Senator GURNEY. Why did you suggest this? Mr. DEAN. I told Mr. Ehrlichman that if I were ever asked I wanted to be able to testify that, I turned everything over to the FBI and subsequently when that came up and they were getting more Specific with that I told---- Senator GURNEY. What was the conversation in the office at the time the documents were turned over to Mr. Gray?, Mr. DEAN. Well I it was a very brief conversation and, as, I say, my encounter during that was very short. I had preceded Mr. Gray, as I recall the sequence, to Mr. Ehrlichman's office. Mr. Ehrlichman informed me he was going to meet with him and said, "Bring the documents over." I brought the documents over and laid them on a coffee table in Mr. Ehrlichman's office. Senator GURNEY. Didn't you and Ehrlichman agree to set up the meeting? Mr. DEAN. I have the impression Mr. Ehrlichman was going to Meet with Mr. Gray on something else. That it was not specifically on this subject. Senator GURNEY. I thought You said You suggested to Mr. Ehrlichman that you have a meeting with Gray to turn the documents over to him. Mr. DEAN. I suggested we turn them directly over to Mr. Gray, and Mr. Ehrlichman, and after I turned the rest, of the material over and I was still holding this I thought we ought to get the remainder over, called--that happened on a Thursday or Friday, over the weekend. I said--there is a delay here-and called Ehrlichman on Monday and he said, "I am meeting with Mr. Gray this evening, why don't you bring documents over then," something of that nature. Senator GURNEY. 'NOW then, what transpired when they were turned over? Mr. DEAN. As I said, I took the documents and had a very brief discussion with Ehrlichman. I laid them on the coffee table in Ehrlichman's office. Mr. Gray was called up from the reception area, came in and Mr. Ehrlichman made the initial--initially raised the matter----- [01.04.28-TAPE OUT]

50,000 At Scout Jamboree

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Valley Forge, Pennsylvania
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50,000 Boy Scouts gather at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. For their 4th National Jamboree. A day of worship and dedication opens the youth group's encampment. "Onward For God And My Country" is the theme for the encampment. Establishing shot - Throngs of Boy Scouts gather for a day of worship for scouts of many faiths. They give thanks for their heritage of faith and religious freedom. The Boy Scouts sitting on the grass at Valley Forge and they appear, almost, as tall grass. CUS - The camera pans the scouts. MLS - The logo for the theme "Onward For God And My Country" OHS - Boy Scouts sitting on the grass facing the built up platform with the huge logo as part of it.

Cutlery For President Eisenhower And Country

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Washington, DC
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00:43:19 - 00:43:44
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One of Britain s Master Cutlers, Sir Peter Roberts, presents President Eisenhower with a chest of fine silver in White House Ceremonies. The gift looks back to WW II, represents a tribute and appreciation to an ally one of the great leaders of the Free World. Establishing shot - Sir Peter Roberts presents President Eisenhower with a silverware chest filled with England's finest cutlery s. CUS - The silverware chest. MCUS - The silverware. CUS - A plaque that on the silverware chest expressing much tribute and appreciation to the United States of America.

Mile In A Million

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London, England
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00:52:16 - 00:53:18
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030-060-07
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In London, four men in one race run the mile in less than four minutes. England's Derek Ibbotson sets a new record, with three others trailing and also breaking the four minute barrier! Establishing shot - The men are at the starting line in track & field at White City Stadium in London, England. MS - The starting gun sounds off and they start running. MS - Sports enthusiasts sitting in the stands cheering on the runners. MS - In the last lap Derek Ibbotson takes off and takes the lead. MS - NO #71 Derek Ibbotson crosses the finish line breaking a time record. MCUS - Cheering crowd. MCUS - Derek Ibbotson.

Air Force Anniversary Golden Jubilee

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Washington, DC
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00:08:39 - 00:09:48
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50 Thousand spectators jam Andrew's Air Force Base for an air show celebrating its 50 Anniversary, its golden jubilee of the Air Force Establishing shot - A crowd of people on top of a platform so they can look inside of a large air force plane and a crowd looking at the bottom of the plane on the tarmac. MCUS - Some of the crowd standing beneath its jet engine and huge wing. Ground up - A F-102 Dagger fly s from Chicago to Washington DC in 54 minutes. CUS - An air force officer looking through binoculars at the jet landing as it opens its back parashoot to help stop the plane. CUS - Capitan Leonard Chandler shaking hand and receiving an award for being the winner of Bendix Trophy Race. MS - A vintage mono plane dating 1909 racing a 1910 Curtis Chooser. Both of the planes flying together in the sky. From the ground up - A formation of Air Force planes in the sky s

4-Day March

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Holland
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All Holland is on the march, in a traditional 4-day marathon that was just an event has turned into a National Holiday. Joined by Israelis, west German troops, and a British military band! Establishing shot - A group walking a carrying a German flag. OHS - British marching military band. MCUS - A troop of Israelis women solders walking and holding a small flag. MS - A contingent of West German soldiers. MCUS - People who have sore feet getting attended to. CUS - The walk-a-thon is celebrated with a dance at night.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 27, 1973

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.Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office Building
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[00.02.00-DEAN answering questions from Sen. GURNEY, who wants to make DEAN out to be the primary architect of the COVERUP, in keeping with the White House's "BLAME IT ON DEAN" strategy] Mr. DEAN.----and shred documents. I had to come up in my own mind with a persuasive argument for Mr. Ehrlichman as to why not to "deep-six" and destroy documents. I decided the best, way to persuade him was to tell him that there was a chance that the men who had drilled the safe had seen it, that the Secret Service agent who was present at the time of the drilling had seen it, that Mr. Fielding and Mr. Kehrli had been there and had seen it, and, of course, Mr. Fielding had gone, through all of the documents and for -all those people, to be, quizzed by the FBI would result in an awful lot of lying. [00.02.34] Senator GURNEY. Was it, your suggestion to turn those papers over to Mr. Gray? Mr. DEAN, Yes, it was because I told Mr.--- Senator GURNEY. Why did you suggest this? Mr. DEAN. I told Mr. Ehrlichman that if I were ever asked I wanted to be able to testify that, I turned everything over to the FBI and subsequently when that came up and they were getting more Specific with that I told---- Senator GURNEY. What was the conversation in the office at the time the documents were turned over to Mr. Gray?, Mr. DEAN. Well I it was a very brief conversation and, as, I say, my encounter during that was very short. I had preceded Mr. Gray, as I recall the sequence, to Mr. Ehrlichman's office. Mr. Ehrlichman informed me he was going to meet with him and said, "Bring the documents over." I brought the documents over and laid them on a coffee table in Mr. Ehrlichman's office. Senator GURNEY. Didn't you and Ehrlichman agree to set up the meeting? [00.03.24-GURNEY will not accept that DEAN was following EHRLICHMAN'S lead in the coverup] Mr. DEAN. I have the impression Mr. Ehrlichman was going to Meet with Mr. Gray on something else. That it was not specifically on this subject. Senator GURNEY. I thought You said You suggested to Mr. Ehrlichman that you have a meeting with Gray to turn the documents over to him. Mr. DEAN. I suggested we turn them directly over to Mr. Gray, and Mr. Ehrlichman, and after I turned the rest, of the material over and I was still holding this I thought we ought to get the remainder over, called--that happened on a Thursday or Friday, over the weekend. I said--there is a delay here-and called Ehrlichman on Monday and he said, "I am meeting with Mr. Gray this evening, why don't you bring documents over then," something of that nature. Senator GURNEY. 'NOW then, what transpired when they were turned over? Mr. DEAN. As I said, I took the documents and had a very brief discussion with Ehrlichman. I laid them on the coffee table in Ehrlichman's office. Mr. Gray was called up from the reception area, came in and Mr. Ehrlichman made the initial--initially raised the matter, said something to the that these are materials from Mr. Hunt's safe, I believe, Dean has turned over other material to the Bureau directly. Senator GURNEY. Did you have. any discussion with Mr. Ehrlichman when you brought the documents in and laid them on the coffee table? Mr. DEAN. I am sure there -was. Senator GURNEY. What was-- Mr. DEAN. About this was the way I could very easily handle the Situation if I was ever asked if Mr. Gray had been useful and seen them. Senator GURNEY. Did You discuss with Mr. Ehrlichman what you might be going to tell Mr. Gray? Mr. DEAN. I was going to tell him that I did not think these related to the Watergate incident, which I did not. Senator GURNEY. No, I am talking about the, papers. The purpose of the meeting was to turn some very ,sensitive documents over to Mr. Gray. Mr. DEAN. Yes. Senator GURNEY. So YOU could get rid of them and Mr. Ehrlichman could get rid of them. Now, prior to his coming into the office, I understand that, you went in and took the papers in and laid them down. My question is, did you have any discussion with Mr. Ehrlichman at that time to what you were going to tell Mr. Gray when you turned the papers over-or when he turned them over? [00.05.36] Mr. DEAN. It was pretty well understood what the meeting was for, so it was not necessary to have any extended discussion other than the fact that, the, documents were very politically sensitive, that as I recall, I called them political dynamite when I raised them with Gray, that he should take custody of them, and that that would be the way to handle it as far as the White House -was concerned. I do not recall any discussion of telling Mr. Gray to destroy the documents. [00.06.07-GURNEY wants to resolve a conflict between GRAY'S recollection and DEAN in favor of the WHITE HOUSE.] Senator GURNEY. You and Mr. Ehrlichman must have had, certainly some feeling that Mr. Gray was not going to take this back to the FBI and put it in the files somewhere. Mr. DEAN. Well, he was told that they should never be leaked or be made public, something to that effect, Yes. Senator GURNEY. Well, did you 'discuss something to that, effect before he came in the office? Mr. DEAN. Well, Senator, if we did, I have certainly no recollection of it at this time. As I recall the transaction, it, was brief, I came, over immediately preceding the meeting, Gray was called up, there was this brief conversation. Gray, was virtually en route up. He came in. This was explained to him. He at that point in time, as I recall, placed the documents in a small sort of briefcase--not really a briefcase, but one of these thin legal briefcases that he placed the documents in, and seemed quite willing to take them. He did not have a lot of hesitancy and he seemed to understand that indeed, this was an appropriate proceeding although an unusual one. [00.07.19]

Courthouse (B-Roll)

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Cuba
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00:20:27:- Panning MS of people sitting on a bench outside a courtroom, waiting to be called (one of them, a woman, smokes a cigar). MS of the foreman walking from the courtroom and calling out names. MS of the three municipal judges walking into the baby blue courtroom, taking their seats behind the bench, calling the court to order. MS of a man and woman standing before the bench, listening to a judge speak. Tilting CU of a Cuban flag in the courtroom. Panning MS of the packed courtroom. MS of the prosecuting attorney asking the defendants questions.

Ostrich Derby

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Ionia, Michigan
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Birds of a feather in the off-beat sports event of the year at Ionia, Michigan-The Ostrich Derby! they better the world's (horse) trotting record in a slightly incredible track outing. Establishing shot - Two bird handlers put a harness on a ostrich, and that is hooked up to a buggy or chariot. The bird has a black bag over its head. MS - They take the bags off the heads and the jockeys that sit in the buggies have a broom in their hands to get the birds moving and to block their side vision. MCUS - Kids sitting in the bleechers cheering on the birds. CUS - The winning ostrich and his jockey.

Religious Rites Honoring Holy Martyrs

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Yes
India
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00:36:24 - 00:36:54
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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.

Icon Goes To Pilgrims.

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Yes
Aegean Island of Tios
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00:41:57 - 00:42:37
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Every year at this time Pilgrims by the thousands come to the Aegean Island of Tinos where the Orthodox Cathedral holds the Icon of the Holy Virgin Mary. It is said to have miraculous powers of curing. The Icon left the island for the first time in memory. Off shore lays a liner with Pilgrims aboard prevented from landing by rough sea. Establishing shot - People sit on the ground out-side the Greek Orthodox Cathedral waiting to see the Icon of the 'Holy Virgin Mary' and pray. CUS - People going up the stairs to the cathedral. CUS - A procession of believer, a man Greek Orthodox Priest holds the Icon in his arms. MLS - Off shore lays a passenger ocean liner with Pilgrims aboard. CUS - The Greek Orthodox Priest brings the Icon to the Pilgrims aboard the ship. CUS - Mr. and Mrs. John Roosevelt, she's holding a bouquet of flowers in respect for the Icon. CUS - The religious believers queue up to see and kiss the Icon.

Preview '58 Swim Styles.

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Yes
Portland, Oregon
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00:50:29 - 00:51:25
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Near Portland, Oregon, scenic Lake Oswego is the setting for a preview of a sparkling 'Champagne collection' of swim styles for '58. Establishing shot: Model wearing sun glasses and a one piece bathing suit, maybe peach. CUS - This bathing suit this model is wearing is white and almost looks like a very short dress. MCUSOH - This model is laying tummy down on a surf board in a one piece bathing suit, maybe blue.\ MCUS - These two models are wearing lacy bathing suits one is black and one is pink. MCUS - This model has a removable hood and a one piece bathing suit, black on top and hounds tooth on the bottom. MS - Model is wearing a one peace that ties around the neck when she unties it and takes the straps and ties them in the back it becomes a strapless one piece bathing suit. CUS - Three bathing beauties sitting on the back of a speed boat, they have matching swimming caps to match.

Retired Football Player's 95th Birthday

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California
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Poor image quality. Amos Alonzo Stagg, the grand old man of football, celebrates his 95th birthday in California. Still active, the historic sports figure is deluged by birthday greetings. Establishing shot - The mailman is delivering Amos's mail to the 95 year old birthday boy. CUS - All of Amos's sports awards. CUS - Baseballs MCUS - National Football Hall of Fame induction. MCUS - Amos's wife and neighborhood children celebrating his 95th birthday with cake and he gets a birthday kiss from his wife.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 27, 1973

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.Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office Building
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[00.07.19-GURNEY interrogates DEAN about sensitive documents given to FBI Director GRAY, trying to make DEAN appear to be the architect of the COVERUP] Senator GURNEY. And what, was precisely the thing that was said to Mr. Gray about the documents? Mr. DEAN. Was said to him? Well, I can recall that Ehrlichman told him that they were from Mr. Hunt's safe and that they were very politically sensitive. I then explained to him that we had turned the rest of the material over to the agents. However, these were political dynamite and if they ever leaked, it would just be a very serious problem for the President during the reelection year. Senator GURNEY. Was there, not something about the light of day in that conversation? Mr. DEAN. That is possible. I do not, recall it now, what particular language, I Used. I think I conveyed to the committee the--if I used that particular term at that time, that does -not necessarily strike me as one of my normal phrases. Senator GURNEY. Well, to the best of your recollection, what did you say to Mr. Gray? Mr. DEAN. As I say, to the best of my recollection, I cannot recall the precise words, but other than the fact that the material had Come from Hunt's safe, to the best of my knowledge, it, did not, relate to the Watergate; if it leaked, that these documents were political dynamite, that if they leaked or became public, it would cause great embarrassment and great, problems. [00.08.42-GURNEY continues to interrogate DEAN about giving documents to the FBI director to hold] Senator GURNEY. Did you ever call Mr. Gray about these documents after that meeting? Mr. DEAN. I cannot recall calling him. I recall, as I testified, I believe yesterday, I had discussed this with counsel, that I had a conversation at some time with Mr. Gray in his office, in which he told me that he had taken the documents to Connecticut. He said he was either going to read them or had read them. I just cannot recall -which it was that he said, because it was a Passing Conversation. Senator GURNEY. You do not recall two conversations with Mr. Gray, either meeting with him in his office or he in your office or over the phone, asking him what he had done with the documents? Mr. DEAN. The first time--well, as I say, this one occasion, as I recall, was in his office, when he, indicated to me that, he had taken them to Connecticut. Senator GURNEY. That was the result, of your question asking him what he had done with them; is that right? Mr. DEAN-. No; as I recall, he volunteered that, that he had taken them to Connecticut. Senator GURNEY. Well, what were you discussing at, that meeting with him? What, was the purpose of the meeting? Mr. DEAN. I do not recall. It could have been on the, leak problems, that, we were having--- Senator GURNEY. But, you do recall in the meeting that he said, I have taken the documents to Connecticut? Mr. DEAN. If you gave me a specific date on what meeting you might be referring to. Senator GURNEY. I do not really know myself I am trying to find out. Mr. DEAN. As I say, if I have dates, I can generally put them in the Sequence of -what I was doing at, a given time or what a given concern was. I do recall a, meeting in Gray's office that this came up, he told me, that he had taken them to Connecticut, I am not clear whether he said he had read them or was going to read them or anything of this nature. Senator GURNEY. Did you ever ask him again on any occasion what he had done with the documents? [00.10.33-DEAN asserts that the decision to keep the documents quiet came from GRAY, not from him-GURNEY'S objective is frustrated] Mr. DEAN. Yes, I did. After I had disclosed this matter to Mr. Petersen, I recall that I was at luncheon at the Justice Department. This was probably in early January. At that time, Mr. Gray came up to me and sort of took Me by, the arm and said, John, you have got to hang tight on not disclosing these documents. And I said nothing to him. I said, I understand, and that was--but at the time, I had been questioned by the prosecutors. I felt I had to tell Mr. Petersen because if I was going to come forward, that very fact was going to come out. Senator GURNEY. 'But, you never asked him on any other occasion what he did with the documents; is that right? [00.11.17] Mr. DEAN. Not to my recollection; no. In fact, I was quite surprised at that same, time that he, had destroyed the documents. Senator GURNEY. Why did that surprise you ? [00.11.29] Mr. DEAN. Well, I thought it was totally unnecessary, a rather unwise move, Senator GURNEY. I thought that was the whole subject of the conversation in Ehrlichman's office, when you turned over the documents to him? [00.11.40-DEAN and GURNEY butt heads again, DEAN calmly responding to the inferences drawn by GURNEY] Mr. DEAN. To the, contrary. He, was told that they should just never be leaked or made public. That to me, is far different from telling a man to destroy documents. There are a host of things, I am sure, in everybody's files that, if they were leaked, you know, if you told a staff man not to leak this, that is one thing. If you told him to destroy it, that, is quite, another situation. Senator GURNEY. Hoping that, they might never see the light of day again might be interpreted as wanting them to be destroyed, might it not have? Mr. DEAN. Not necessarily. I am sure there are a lot of things in the Bureau that, Probably should never see the light of day, but to destroy them is something else. I see a great distinction, Senator, in the two. [00.12.20]

Partagas Cigar Factory

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Cuba
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00:27:25:- tight LS's of the Partagas Factory's exterior on a sunny afternoon; zoom in to CU of a sign hanging from the building. Low angle MS of the sign, tilt up length of building. Cut to panning MS of the lobby as people mill about. Cut to CU's of various celebrities who've graced the hallowed walls of Partagas: Whoopi Goldberg, Cesar Romero, Arnold Schwartzenegger, etc.

Varadero Beach Resort

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Varadero, Cuba
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Adult Cuban man and woman wearing bathing suits, sitting on towel at beach. Exterior beach resort building, Latin music playing, two Cuban boys playing on stairs. Adult Latin American and Caucasian men and women wearing bikinis and swim trunks at beach shore, some gathered around tiki bar. Adult beach-goers under large tiki umbrellas along shore. Topless adult Caucasian woman on beach among other adult Caucasian and Latin American tourists. Latin American and Caucasian tourists on beach; three young adult Latin American women wearing swimsuits, walking along shore, Latin music playing.

Cardinal Spellman Celebrates His Silver Jubliee

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New York, New York
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Poor image quality. Cardinal Spellman celebrates a solemn pontifical mass in Yankee Stadium on the 25th Anniversary of his Consecration as Bishop. 50,000 Turn out to do him honor. Establishing shot - A solemn procession led by a marine honor guard. Alter boys, and the clergy follow. MCUS - Cardinal Spellman followed by other high ranking clergy in the Catholic Church. MLS - Throngs sitting in the stands ready at the wait to join his holy Pontiff in prayer. MCUS - His Holiness wearing special garments of gold cloth. CUS - Cardinal McGeehan of Toronto, Canada and hundreds of other high ranking Catholics in the church, political dignitaries and many prominent layman. CUS - Mayor Wagnor who is presnet for the Silver Jubliee Mass. CUS - Nuns MCUS - A line of police men.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 27, 1973

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.Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office Building
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[00.12.20-Sen. GURNEY continues to interrogate DEAN, implying that DEAN failed to make a report that NIXON asked for, contrary to DEAN'S statement] Senator GURNEY. Let us go to the August press conference,, where the President referred to the Dean report. My understanding is that you indicated great surprise at this so-called Dean report, because, as I understand it, you felt that you had not been conducting an investigation of Watergate; is that right? Mr. DEAN. That is correct. When I say great surprise, any time the President of the United States mentions your name, it is a great surprise. [00.12.52-DEAN is very calm and cool on this one] I will give you another example. When the. President, shortly after the Supreme Court handed down the death penalty decision, I had a call from Mr. Buchanan, who was preparing the President. The President went on television and said, I have just talked to my counsel about this decision and here is his opinion on it. Now, I was obviously quite surprised to hear my name on television when I had given advice to the President interpreting this decision, when, in fact. I had never talked to him about it. That is a great surprise to me when that sort of thing happens. [00.13.27-MacNEILL in studio] MacNEILL states that GURNEY will continue to pick at DEAN'S testimony, including a review of DEAN'S meetings and conversations with NIXON, reminds viewers that coverage is unabridged. [PBS network ID-title screen "SENATE HEARINGS ON CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES"] [00.17.10-MacNEILL] Reintroduces questioning by Sen. GURNEY. [00.17.20-GURNEY questioning DEAN about the alleged report he made to NIXON about WATERGATE, which DEAN denies ever being asked to make] Senator GURNEY. If we can get back to the investigation of Watergate, though, that is what I am trying to find out about here. What were you doing all this time when you had 82 of these form 302's, you were sitting in with witnesses 'from the, White House in their FBI interviews, you had many calls to people about it, you talked to Mr. Gray about it several times, you, as I understand it, were reporting to Haldeman and Ehrlichman? You do not call it an investigation. What do you term it? Mr. DEAN. Well, I call it participation in a coverup. I was getting my orders from my superiors and doing what I thought was expected of me at that time and following those orders out. [00.18.03--GURNEY plays "Devil's Idiot"] Senator GURNEY, Well, do you not think that it might have been interpreted by some, people, as a rather thorough investigation on your part? Mr. DEAN. I doubt if they could consider it thorough. If I were going to conduct an investigation, I would use, anything from a polygraph to a--every investigative means I could conceive of. I was not investigating Mr. Haldeman, certainly. I never pressed Mr. Strachan on his involvement, I certainly was not investigating the White House. The only person I was not---- [00.18.37-GURNEY answers his own question here, inadvertently] Senator GURNEY. There is no reason why you should be investigating Mr. Haldeman or Mr. Ehrlichman, because, they were included in the coverup with you, were they not? Mr. DEAN. That is what I am saying, there, was no investigation. You asked me why I am in surprised about the investigation. There was no investigation.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 27, 1973

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.Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office Building
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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]

King Saud Visits West Germany

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Stuttgart, Germany
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030-075-08
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Poor image quality. King Saud of Saudi Arabia visits West Germany en-route to a spa in the Black Forrest. Leaving state and the near east crisis behind, in an effort to cope with personal troubles - rheumatism. A Royal retinue of 43 accompany him including several of his many sons. Being a monarch King Saud can never wholly abandoned state affairs. He put West Germany on notice, if Bonn offers diplomatic recognition to Israel, he will pack up his royal tent and go, rheumatism and all. Establishing shot - King Saud disembarking from his plane. MS - Dignitaries meet him at the plane. CUS - Two of King Saud's guards. One of the guards has an ammunition belt going across his chest loaded with bullets and a dagger in a jeweled dagger holder on his waist. King Saud walking and holding hands with his two little boys. CUS - King Saud wearing sun-glasses, smiling and waving to the camera.
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