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[00.56.01-DEAN identifies more White House documents for the record, concerning the ENEMIES LIST] The next document is a page of a news summary. I don't know the date of the news summary. It has a notation on the top, "Dean/L," Mr. DASH. When you say news summary--- Mr. DEAN. This is the daily news summary that is prepared for the President and distributed to various members of the White House staff. The "Dean/L" indicates that it -was to me from Mr. Higby and he has encircled DNC Treasurer Robert Strauss, with a note, "Is he on our list? Or should he, be?" Mr. DASH. Did you respond to that? Mr. DEAN. NO, sir; I did not. As I say, most of these merely went into a file in my office, where I just gathered them. The next document I have is a document entitled "Corporate Executives Committee for Peace, Trip to Washington, June 25, 1970," with a list of names, This was another document that was sent as a part of one of the continuing updates. Mr. DASH. What is the source Of that document? Mr. DEAN. That would have been from Mr. Colson's office. The next document is entitled "Democratic Contributors of $25,000 or More, in the 1968 Campaigns" -from June 20, 1971, New York Times story with certain names checked on the list. This is a document that came, again, from Mr. Colson's staff. Next is a series of documents that relate to Muskie contributors. Part of it is cut off on the top here in the xerography process and this document was forwarded to me from Mr. Colson's office also. [00.58.33] The next document begins--it is a blank sheet of paper, which is briefing paper that I was requested to prepare for Mr. Haldeman so that he could deal with the Secretary of the Treasury with regard to making the Internal Revenue Service politically responsive to the White House. This document was prepared--the top document was prepared by myself; I, the attached document was prepared by Mr. Caulfield based on Conversations he had had with individuals in the Treasury Department as well as the last document was prepared by Mr. Caulfield as a result -of conversations he had -with people in the Treasury Department and in the Internal Revenue Service. Mr. DASH. That was prepared by you with Mr. Caulfield's assistance to be delivered to Mr. Haldeman? Mr. DEAN. That is correct. Mr. DASH. Was it delivered to Mr. Haldeman? Mr. DEAN. Yes, it -was. The last document for identification is the Memorandum dated August 16, 1971. It was a draft in my files in which I was asked to prepare a strategy for dealing with political enemies that involved the entire. White House staff, and it was sent forward, to the best of my recollection to Mr. Haldeman and Mr. Ehrlichman for approval, disapproval or comment, Now, without going to my files in the While House, I can't tell you the disposition of this document. [01.00.11]

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[00.55.30-TALMADGE questions DEAN about the organizational setup at the White House and DEAN'S access to NIXON-DEAN repeats that he had contact with NIXON through HALDEMAN and EHRLICHMAN] Senator TALMADGE. Do you know who was responsible for that organizational setup? Mr. DEAN. Mr. Haldeman had basically told me who I would report to, Mr. Ehrlichman had been the former counsel, and when I got into legal areas that were of interest to him, I also supplied legal assistance through my office, to the domestic counsel on occasion. Senator TALMADGE. Then, Mr. Haldeman informed You of that organizational setup, is that a correct answer? Mr. DEAN-. That is correct. sir. It was just--it was not a matter of being informed, it just existed when you arrived. When I started there I was alone. I finally persuaded them to let me get one assistant. Slowly as the workload of my office increased. I got two or three more. I had inherited a couple of people when I came on. Mr. Huston was there, but he never really worked directly for me. He was raking his assignments from Mr. Haldeman or doing speechwriting for Mr. Price and Mr. Caulfield when I first came was still doing assignments for Mr. Ehrlichman. [00.56.41] Senator TALMADGE. When were you told that you had no direct access to the President but must go through Mr. Haldeman and Mr. Ehrlichman? Mr. DEAN. Well, Senator, I had had dealings with the White House before I even joined the staff and I had a pretty good feel for the operation in the White House from working on developing various legislative programs that went over to the White House. And in talking to people, over there I had gotten to know a number of people before I even went to the staff, and that is just the way it was, [00.57.14-a response to the assertions raised by Sen. GURNEY that DEAN could/should have informed NIXON directly of his knowledge of the coverup] Senator TALMADGE. Did you ever try to obtain direct access to the President without going through Mr. Haldeman and Mr. Ehrlichman? Mr. DEAN. There is no way that would be possible, Senator. If, for example, you were to pick up the telephone and call the President, the call would be, transferred immediately by the operator to Mr. Haldeman or some other member of the staff. But generally if, say, any other staff member called, the call would generally go to -Mr. Haldeman to clear the call. He would want to know why you wanted to call and what the subject matter was, so you were in a sense reporting to Mr. Haldeman. Senator TALMADGE. Did you ever see anyone try to go into the Office of the, President without going through Mr. 'Haldeman and Mr. Ehrlichman? Mr. DEAN. I think I made reference, in, early in my testimony I believe there is a reporter in this room. 'Mr. Mollenhoff, who used to be on the White House staff and I noted on occasion in looking back over some old records that he had a special counsel title and worked in some areas was, In a sense, what I might call also firefighting to put out, problems of conflicts and dealing in areas like that and I saw a number of memorandums that he had sent to the President which never got there, and they had been returned by Mr. Haldeman. Senator TALMADGE. You never saw him try to walk in the President's office? Mr. DEAN. No, I did not. There -are a lot of Secret Service agents around the President's Office, I might add, also. Senator TALMADGE. One other thing I -would like some clarification on. On Monday I asked you a question and it appears on page 2465, line 23 of the record. "Did you think it was part of an effort to make you the fall guy in the plan?" And your answer begins immediately, of course, after the question but then, beginning on line 8 of page 2466 you stated something that I would like more clarification on. [00.59.08] "I had seen situations like this occur where people who had not actually done something take the blame for it to avoid embarrassing others higher up and I felt it was a real possibility." Now, were you referring to the situation at the White House? Mr. DEAN. Yes, sir, I was. Senator TALMADGE. Could you give us an illustration of some instances of that type where Mr. DEAN. I can give you instances that I think are public knowledge of--I think I have already alluded to one because another member of this panel had another follow-up question of this nature. The one, I have already referred to was the fact that Mr. Malik was--took the blame, so to speak, for instigating an investigation of Mr. Daniel Schorr. Another interesting situation--there was during the 1970 campaign a rather-- Senator TALMADGE. Who was he taking the blame for? Mr. DEAN. Mr. Haldeman. Senator TALMADGE. Haldeman. All right. Go ahead. Mr. DEAN. Or the President. [01.00.15]

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Princess Margaret, touring the lands of the British Commonwealth, visits the Island of Mauritius. An Island off the coast of Southern Africa in the Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar. Princess Margaret the royal visitor opens a children's orthopedic hospital. The visit of a real princess brightening the day for young patients. Establishing shot - Princess Margaret driving up in a limo with the children of Mauritius waving flags of the United Kingdom. MS - Outside view of the childrens orthopedic hospital. CUS - Princess Margaret cutting the ribbon to the hospital. MS - A little crippled girl presents Princess Margaret with a bouquet of flowers. MS - Princess Margaret walking tour of the children's wards.

Northeaster: Storm Takes Heavy Toll On East Coast

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Winds of up to 60 miles an hour lash the eastern seaboard from New Jersey, New York and to Maine. Tides flood whole areas of New York City, as at least ten lives are lost, and property damage mounts into the millions. Establishing shot - Flooded streets, approximately 2 to 3 feet of water. CUS - Flooded street, house in background and people sitting in a row boat assisted by other people. MCUS - Houses that have been swept off there foundations by water. MCUS - Different shots of the damaged caused by the storm. MLS - POVS - Looking down at a flooded city street. MCUS - Shots of flooded businesses. MCUS - Stalled cars that have been left behind by their owners. MS - Two men chasing a goose swimming in the flooded street. MCUS - Truck pushing a car. NCYS - Damaged beach property, cracked sidewalks and boards uplifted by water on the board walk.

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Scratchy audio Princess Beatrix ends her tour of the Dutch Empire in the New World. In Suriname , she receives a sensational send-off with a tuneful, colorful native parade, then files home to the bosom of the royal family. Establishing shot - Princess Beatrix sitting in a chair and another lady whispering something in her ear. CUS - Natives of the island playing musical instruments in honor of the Princess. MCUS - Children dancing in the street. MS - Multi racial band marching , lady dancing. MS - The natives passing the Princess as she sits and enjoys the parade. CUS - Indian mother and toddler child. MS - Children in the parade passing the princess. CUS - Spectators on the street watching the parade. MOHS - Throngs waving their hands and dancing in the street. MS - Princess Beatrix disembarking from a plane.

Firemen And Police Injured In An Explosion

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Fuzzy, not sharp, dull in contrast and imagery, clinch marks, DOS Twenty firemen and three policemen are injured in a fire and explosion in a tire and battery shop. Firemen were blown through the wall in the blast. MLS - Pedestrians and traffic MCUS - The aftermath of the explosion MCUS - Injured man sitting covered up with a blanket MCUS - Tires and pip laying about MCUS - Injured person being carried on a stretcher and placed in an ambulance

Forest Fire

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Forest Fire CUs of flames ravaging trees. CU branch of an evergreen tree on fire, the branch falls toward camera. CU tree totally engulfed in flames. MS fire and smoke moving through forest. CU flames ravaging tree branches.

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[01.08.49-Sen. INOUYE continues to ask DEAN the questions prepared by the WHITE HOUSE, on the subject of DEAN'S relationship to WHITE HOUSE intelligence activities and the "HUSTON PLAN" for surveillance of domestic "subversives".] Senator INOUYE. Immediately after you were appointed counsel to the President, did you not take over the responsibilities of Mr. Tom Huston in connection with intelligence activities? Mr. DEAN. I think that you would have to know Tom Huston and my relationship -with Tom Huston to know that there was no way I would take over anything regarding Mr. Tom Huston. He is a very brilliant, independent man. He would not, I did not even know what he was doing half the time. In fact, it was some months after he had joined my staff that I learned he, had some sort of scrambler phone locked in a safe beside him and he made a lot of calls. Mr. Huston did an awful lot of things that I have -no idea what he was doing in the intelligence field. The only thing I know is that at that point, he was the liaison for receipt of FBI information regarding radical groups and he would be the distribution throughout the White House and he put me on a distribution list. Most of this material was not even to me, worth reading because, I was not particularly interested, unless it was a, very current demonstration. So I inherited Mr. Huston. Mr. Huston and I worked with a friendly relationship. As I say, he is a very- independent man and he and I think a little differently and handle memorandums a little. differently. I recall one rather interesting occasion when he prepared a rather strong and blunt memorandum for my signature to the Attorney General on a very minor request, for something. The memorandum was in my mail stack. I read it quickly and didn't think much about it; I was signing the mail. Two days later, I had a call from Mr. Kleindienst and he said, in short, who in the hell do you think you are writing a Memorandum like that to the Attorney General of the United States? Now that you are up at the White House, you think you are high and mighty. So I pulled the memorandum back out and realized that it is not the kind of memorandum I would send to Mr. Kleindienst. I apologized for the memorandum, because it was a rather strong and harsh memorandum for or me to send to anybody. [01.11.20] Senator INOUYE. You did testify, did you not, Mr. Dean, that political intelligence was routed to you in the White House? Mr. DEAN-. Political intelligence? I had requests for Political activities to embarrass people. I think I have turned over in exhibits 34-5, 34-6, 34-7, and 34-8 a fair sampling of the sort of things. If the committee would like to go through those at some point, I would like to explain that most of those ended up in my file, with no action. I did reefer to one yesterday with regard to commencing a tax audit on Mr. Gibbons, I did not start that tax audit. [00.12.00] Senator INOUYE,. Mr. Dean, I believe that you were the author of the memorandum to the Attorney General which led to the establishment of the Intelligence Evaluation Committee. Did you hold the first meeting of that committee in Your office? Mr. DEAN. Yes, I believe that is correct. Senator INOUYE. Were you not the one on the White House staff -who levied requirements on and received reports from the Intelligence Evaluation Committee? Mr. DEAN. That is correct--well. I didn't--I asked them to suggest areas they would like to go into. This would get into a couple of areas that they wanted to get into that directly relate to national security under the rulings of the Chair, so we will have to defer from those. But they would often suggest areas that they would like to be into and I would have to check them with others on the White House staff, particularly the foreign areas, which I didn't think was appropriate for this group, but they had domestic implications. I went to Mr. Haig and he in turn checked with Mr. Kissinger and he would decide there was nothing to be done in this area. We would receive regular calendars from them of events. I would have a man on my staff, initially, Mr. Caulfield and subsequently Mr. David Wilson, who would decide if there was a demonstration coming, based on these regular calendars they would send to us, was this a demonstration that we would need intelligence on, And then I would in turn either summarize or send a direct report to Mr. Haldeman or any other member of the staff that the IEC report would relate to. [01.13.38]

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News in Brief: Atlantic City Fire.

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News in Brief: Atlantic City Fire. Worst fire in history of the famed ocean resort sweeps through two city blocks, destroying four hotels and thirteen homes in its path. The famed Congress Hotel goes up in smoke. VS aftermath of fire, a lot of destruction (many buildings), smoke still rising. The sign for the Congress Hotel is lying on the ground.

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Hundreds Saved In Shipwreck

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Shaky dull and blurry imagery Battling tropical seas in lifeboats for hours after the SS Havana goes aground, fifty holiday trippers and 126 seamen are brought safely through the ordeal of shipwreck.

Monmouth Handicap, 1956

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Nashua romps to the fore in the Monmouth handicap, at a mile and a quarter, 38,000 rain-defying fans are Turfdom's leading money-winner streak to his easiest victory in a blazing display of turf power. Establishing shot - Horses running down the track. MS - Nashua, No #8 and Flying Chief No #7 and Nashua passes up the Flying Chief. MS - Sports spectators. MS - Nashua is leading in the horse race and wins by four lengths.

Ladies Day Fair Jockeys Ride 'em In 8th Pimlico Classic

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It's ladies day at Pimlico, with the 9th Running of the Classic for the Distaff Side. Pretty Wantha Davis of Oklahoma rides home the winner by twelve lengths and smiles prettily as she receives the Coveted Trophy. CUS - The lady jockeys help each other putting on their hats MLS - Crowd at the race track MCUS - Women jockeys and the horses walking towards the starting gate, an old Woody Station wagon in the background, 1950 -1951 CUS - Ladies sitting in the stands looking over the cheat sheets MLS - Horses and ladies in the starting gate, bell rings and their off MCU / front shot - Good shot of the ladies and the horses coming towards the camera M:LS - Side view of the horses and the lady jockeys CUS - Spectators hanging over the railings watching the race of the ladies MLS - Lone lady rider coming down the track like grease lighting, wins by twelve lengths CUHS - The winning Jockey

Water Skiing In Pacific North-West

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On Lake Washington, members of the water-ski set out to sea on their narrow staves, for plenty of splashes and plenty of laughs. The clowns are in rare form! Establishing shot - Skiers towed by a ski boat MCUS - Two gals laying on the dock in their bathing suits MCUS - A bevy of bells being towed on their skies MLS - Two men skiers going up a ramp and making jumps MLS - Three guys dressed as clowns goofing off on water skies

Japan - Street Scenes

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The Porter Wagoner Show No. 452

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Porter Wagoner "Sun Don't Shine on the Same Dog" Bobby Lewis "Here With You" Mack Magaha "Cheyene" (Instrumental) Dolly Parton "Travelin' Man" 01:11:40 Porter Wagoner "If Teardrops Were Pennies" Speck Rhodes "Don't Take No For An Answer" Porter Wagoner "Be Careful of Stones That You Throw" (gospel) Bobby Lewis "It's Such A Pretty World Today"

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[01.00.15-DEAN describes instances where White House subordinates were required to take blame to protect those higher up, compares to his situation with the Watergate coverup.] Senator TALMADGE. All right. Proceed. Mr. DEAN. Another instance that occurs to me is when during the 1970 congressional campaign there were a number of rather rough, you might call, of questionable political ethical standard, ads run that got the name of the Shipley ad because Mr. Shipley had signed the ads. The ultimate blame came to rest at the White House and it came to rest on Chuck Colson. [01.00.54] Senator TALMADGE. You are saving then in your testimony. as I understand it, it was common practice -in the White House when something went wrong for subordinates to take the blame for their superiors; is that your testimony? Mr. DEAN. Yes. it is, Senator. Senator TALMADGE. 'Thank you very much, Mr. Dean. I must rush to the Senate floor and the committee will stand in recess until the vice chairman or some other member returns. Thank you, sir. Mr. DEAN. Fine. [01.01.20] Jim LEHRER v.o. states that Sen. TALMADGE has raised the new ethical issue of scapegoating, which will be pursued further with DEAN. [PBS NETWORK ID-title screen "SENATE HEARINGS ON CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES"] [01.04.06-TAPE OUT]

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Driving School

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068-1 Driving school: teenage safe drive rodeo, teen program car, (17:07 - ) 068-2 Driving test teen parallel parks, obstacle course, driving simulator, rodeo official badge ( - 21:28)

Lebanon Revolt: Fighting Carried To Streets Of Capital

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Rebel forces carry Lebanon s savage civil conflict into the streets of the capital city of Beirut. 100 Die during the week-end's fighting. Rebel groups are seen interrogating prisoners while government forces regain control of the barricaded streets. Filmed behind rebel lines the fighting goes on. CUS - A prisoner of the rebel is questioned CUS - The interrogator is piecing together a picture. MCUS - Prisoner sitting on a chair gets hit in the head and slapped across the face. by a interrogator. MS - United nations observers arriving in jeeps. MS - Tanks parked in the street.

Israel's Tenth Anniversary As A Nation

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In Jerusalem, Israel celebrates its 10th anniversary as a nation with a military parade of 5,000 crack troops despite Arab protests of truce violations. A big military parade and Israeli flags flying, Premier Ben David Gurion walking up to the podium (his hair is sticking out on both sides of his head] Celebrating their 10th Anniversary as a nation. MS - Jewish army both men and women marching holding their rifles. MS - Jewish navy marching. MSOH - Army trucks carrying military men and women. MSOH - Army tanks with soldiers sitting on top. MS - Military men marching carrying the flag of Jerusalem.

Marti Institute

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Class room Marti Institute Adult class (17.00), Portrait of Marti/Bust of Marti (18:27), Ext Institute (20:47) 00:00:21:- CU interview with Cintio Vitier, an older man in his sixties or seventies, wearing a gray tweed suit. Unsure as to who or what his position is but assuming the material is so close to the Marti Institute material one can only assume he is either teacher or administration. Seems to be talking about history, relations between the United States and Cuba. NEEDS TRANSLATION AS IT IS IN SPANISH. 00:16:59:- Tight LS inside a classrom of the Marti Institute, facing a long desk at which a female teacher sepeaks to the room of adults (their backs are to the camera). MS of the teachers seated and talking; she has several books and notebooks placed before her, as well as a glass of water and a microphone. Over the shoulder CU of a woman writing in a notebook (taking notes, as the kids say). 00:18:26:- CU's of a rather Warhol-esque portrait of Marti; very colorful, playful, almost impressionist. CU, sideview, of a stone bust of Jose Marti; more CU's, some with zoom ins. 00:20:44:- Establishing shot, exterior of the Marti Institute, including ornate steel and brick wall and gate as people walk by it, into it; zoom in to CU of a sign on the gate that reads, "Centro de Estudios Martianos"

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