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Styles For Little Misses

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

News in Brief: California, Flying Congressman Home.

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San Francisco, California
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News in Brief: California, Flying Congressman Home. After a globe-girdling flight of 35,000 miles, Rep. Peter Mack of Illinois returns with a new concept of international relations. Former Navy flier, Mr. Mack flew in from Honolulu. Small plane taxis. Man in cockpit, wearing bow tie, waves to camera. Press take pictures. Mack puts a flowered lei around his neck, mugs.

Loading and Unloading Cars

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105-465 Plane opening up doors (03:59 - 05:28) 105-402 Plane letting cars out (05:31 - 06:21) 105-417 CU of plane letting cars out (06:22 - 06:32) 105-422 Plane letting car out (06:33 - 07:26)

SPORTS: Golden Anniversary Rodeo.

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Los Banos, California
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SPORTS: Golden Anniversary Rodeo. In Los Banos, CA, preceded by a colorful float parade put on by the city's youngsters, the 50th anniversary rodeo provides action and suspense right from the start. A gala show with a smash ending! Children walk in parade, ride on floats (including Boy Scouts or Cub Scouts, it seems). Shot of white spectators along parade route (?) applauding. Various shots of men getting bucked off in rodeo.

Casey Signs New Contract

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Jumpy, blurry, faded and dull in contrast and imagery Casey Signs New Contract Casey Stengel, pilot of the victorious Yankees signs a new contract for two years, which reputedly calls for $75,000 a year. Little did they know at that time that Casey Stengel would manage the Yankees to 10 World Series. MCU Casey Stengel signing a mamagers contract to manage the Yankees. MCU Yankees main men shaking hands with Casey Stengel.

Coster champion retains crown!

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LONDON, ENGLAND
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Rolling, high contrast imagery Coster champion retains crown! - jim sainsbury achieves fame with load of 20 baskets in balancing contest.

Historical Recreation - Franco-Prussian War - Battle of M...

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Historical Recreation - Franco-Prussian War - Battle of Mars-La-Tour Nice LS pan of Prussian cavalry charging across a vast barren plane, puffy white clouds are low on the horizon. Traveling shots of the armed Prussian cavalry riding and ready for battle. High angle LS of the French Foreign Legion positioned behind crude stone wall. Traveling shots of the armed Prussian cavalry riding and ready for battle. Great TLS of the Prussian cavalry in the far distance riding toward the French Foreign Legion positioned behind a crude stone wall in the foreground.

The Porter Wagoner Show No. 527 Promo

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Opryland USA, Nashville, Tennessee
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The Porter Wagoner Show No. 527 Opryland USA, Nashville, Tennessee The Porter Wagoner Show No. 527 Promo

The Porter Wagoner Show No. 351

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Porter Wagoner "You Can't make a Heel Toe the Line" Joe and Rose Lee Maphis "Somewhere Between" (duet) ? "Poppin' Corn" (Instrumental) Dolly Parton "Joshua" Porter Wagoner "Watching My Watch" Speck Rhodes "Plain Ole Country Boy" Porter Wagoner "Pastor's On Vacation" (gospel) Joe and Rose Lee Maphis "Honey, Be My Honey Bee"

Heli-Boat Sport.

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Cypress Gardens, Florida
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A startling new aqua-thrill. A light-weight hull with a helicopter-type propeller, towed by a powerboat, soars high above the water, letting the proud inventor look down on his water-skiing friends. Establishing shot - Looking down at three speed boats and one of them has a rotary blade like a helicopter. MS - The boat with the rotary blade slowly rises and becomes air born. He is being towed by one of the speed boats and a 100 ft. tow line. LS - Woman water skier waving to the driver of the helicopter boat.

Sports: Pennsylvania, Little League Baseball

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Williamsport, Pennsylvania
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Sports: Pennsylvania, Little League Baseball The World Series of the Little League. In thrilling final game, the Connecticut Sluggers, aided by pitcher Andy Wasil, win a 3-0 shut-out victory over Texas. Cute shot: 1950s moms sitting on bleachers rise to their feet, cheering, holding a sign that says Texas. Fans of the Connecticut team cheer. Young boys sign autographs for admirers, warm up. The two pitchers - apparently Andy Wasil and Lester Kitchen (?) - shake hands. VS game in progress, pitchers pitching, batters hitting. Home run, and the players celebrate as Andy touches home plate. Andy (?) gets a kiss from a girl; pre-teen love, young love, idol-worship.

Israel Marks 5th Anniversary

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New York, New York
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Dull in imagery and contrast, DOS Lester Pearson, president of the UN. General Assembly, extends congratulations to Israel as the young nation celebrates its 5th birthday. CUS - Lester Pearson sitting at desk extending well wishes to Israel. "Israel has now enjoyed five years of independence and has established it's place and influence in the world. It's people have worked hard and progressed marvelously they have persevered and pushed ahead. They have faced and overcome terrific problems. The foundations of a proud and prosperous national existence have been laid. No nation has given a more gallant or inspiring example of willingness to face up to its fundamental problems and its national and international responsibility than Israel. They have continued to developed as a free and democratic state and play a full and honorable part in protecting the peace and promoting the welfare of its people".

Man with Guitar and other shots

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Cuba, Havana
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Man sings with Guitar in living room (48:16) 01:45:11:- MS's of a young man working beneath the hood of an old Chevy. CU of a young woman relaxing and talking to someone on the porch of her home. Cut to tight LS's of the Havana Harbor, people mingling by it. NOTE: MUCH OF THIS CANNOT BE USED AS THERE WAS A CAMERA PROBLEM. NO V-HOLD SO THE IMAGE SCROLLS AT UNEVEN INTERVALS. 01:46:24:- MS's of a family reunion; MS of four litttle girls posing for the camera. Cut to low angle tight LS of a pop painting of Fidel Castro at a municipal fountain/park. Cut to MS's of people wandering around the park and territorial restaurant; good candid CU's of women there. NOTE: SAME TECHNICAL PROBLEM AS LAST SEQUENCE. 01:47:56:- More of same as people sit or stand to watch museum displays. SAME TECHNICAL PROBLEMS. 01:48:13:- MS's of an older man singing and playing an acoustic guitar as a few men watch on. NO PROBLEMS.

The Porter Wagoner Show No. 359

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Porter Wagoner "Be A Little Quieter" Tompall Glaser and the Glasers (wrong spelling: Tom Paul And the Glaziers) "Faded Love" Dolly Parton "Just the Way I Am" Porter Wagoner "Divers Are Out Tonight" Speck Rhodes "Hound Dog" Porter Wagoner "Be Careful of Stones That You Throw" (gospel) Tompall Glaser and the Glasers "Snowbird" [Real or Memorex? @ 01:14:09, as Porter introduces Speck, his jacket changes color five or six times. This was either purposeful or a joke on PW, but it does not seem to be the transfer, as the background, etc. remains stationary. Whatever the reason, it sure is funny.]

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activiti...

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[00.50.50-The WHITE HOUSE questions insinuate that DEAN was involved, with LIDDY, in hatching the WATERGATE break-in scheme and a central figure in getting that plan funded-DEAN has testified to the contrary] Senator INOUYE. Mr. Dean, just prior to taking Mr. Liddy to meet Mr. Magruder in early December 1971, did you and Mr. Liddy not have a meeting with Mr. Egil Krogh and did you not at that time tell Mr. Liddy he would have $1 million for intelligence gathering at the committee? Mr. DEAN. I don't recall--I recall a meeting with Mr. Krogh and Mr. Liddy when I described the job, and I don't recall specifying a dollar amount as to what the, intelligence for dealing with demonstrators would be. I have no recollection of that, Senator, no sir. Senator INOUYE. This is my question: Is it a matter of recollection or did it actually happen? Mr. DEAN. Well, as--- Senator INOUYE. I am very much impressed by your power of recollection. Mr. DEAN. Well, as I say, I remember very well the meeting with Mr. Krogh. The meeting was at, the time I was describing the job to Mr. Liddy. 'The, thrust of the description of the job was the fact that he would be, the general counsel of the reelection committee. I said one of the responsibilities he would have would be for dealing with the potential problems of demonstrators. I don't recall at that time any extensive discussion at all as to, you know, how this plan would operate, what it would involve, what would be the, substance of it, because, I never did, in fact discuss this with Mr. Liddy at all. Senator INOUYE. Did you discuss any sums of money? Mr. DEAN. I may have told him at that, time whatever he feels is necessary will probably be allotted to him after he presents his plan but he didn't really have a plan in mind himself at that time. [00.52.46] Senator INOUYE. Wouldn't a sum of $1 million be significant enough for you to remember?, Mr. DEAN. That is--I have no recollection of $1 million, as I have repeated earlier. In fact, to the contrary that seems like an extremely high amount. Senator INOUYE. I will now return to the White House questions. [00.53.02-the WHITE HOUSE questions insinuate that DEAN was involved in keeping LIDDY at CRP so that he could carry out WATERGATE-DEAN has testified to the contrary] Mr. Dean, Mr. Magruder testified that in March 1972 'Mr. Liddy had threatened to kill Mr. Magruder and that Mr. Magruder made a decision to terminate Mr. Liddy's employment [Laughter.]. In this connection Mr. Magruder testified that he received a call from you encouraging him not to become personally concerned about 'Mr. Liddy and not to let personal animosity get in the way of Mr. Liddy's project. Did you in March intercede with Mr. Magruder on Mr. Liddy's behalf and, if so, since you have said you assumed Mr. Liddy's intelligence project died after your meeting in February, what was, the project of Mr. Liddy that you urged Mr. Magruder to give priority over his personal animosities? [00.53.50-DEAN responds, very calmly but emphatically, consistent with his previous statement] Mr. DEAN. I did not intercede for Mr. Liddy, in answer to that question, and I think I have described yesterday, I believe, it was yesterday, yes, that what happened is I was aware of the fact of a strained relationship between Liddy and Magruder. Mr. Strachan at one point called me and told me that there were serious difficulties between Liddy and Mr. Magruder and Liddy--Magruder wanted to fire. Liddy. I said well, that is a personnel problem for the reelection committee. They need a lawyer over there. that I suggested Mr. Mardian deal with the problem because I didn't was something worth taking to Mr. Mitchell. [00.54.37-The WHITE HOUSE questions allege that DEAN promised clemency to MAGRUDER in exchange for MAGRUDER'S perjured testimony for the grand jury] Senator INOUYE. Mr. Dean. Mr. Magruder testified wider oath that Prior to his; August 16 grand jury appearance at a meeting in your office, you told him that if the worst happened everything you be taken care of, even executive clemency. Did you make such a promise of Executive clemency to Mr. Magruder as he testified and, if so. did you have authority from anyone else to make such an offer or was it On your own initiative. Mr. DEAN. YOU say the date was August 10? Senator INOUYE. Yes. sir. [00.55.17] Mr. DEAN. Well, I can recall on numerous occasions that, Mr. Magruder was very worried. he -was very shaky at some stages. As I alluded earlier, or discussed earlier. the fact that the strategy that had been developed, that Mr. Haldeman -Mr. Ehrlichman were quite aware Of was that stop the case -with Liddy. That is why apparently they made the decision to keep -Mr. Magruder on at the reelection committee contrary to my recommendation that he be removed. There were a number of occasions that they asked me how was he doing and the like, and I would say, you know, he is either calm today or upset today or the like. [00.56.01-DEAN contends that his discussion of clemency with MAGRUDER was not a promise or a suggestion but idle speculation] I do recall his having a conversation with me: What happens if this whole thing comes tumbling down, will I get Executive clemency and will my family betaken care of? And in a manner of not serious import or serious discussion I said something to the effect, "I am sure you will." But I wouldn't call that what I would consider a firm offer of Executive clemency and it was not in that, context at all, he didn't specifically ask "Will I get Executive clemency"--he was just saying he wanted assurances.

New NATO Chief: Gen. Ridgway Revisits Normandy on D-Day.

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FRANCE
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New NATO Chief: Gen. Ridgway Revisits Normandy on D-Day. On the eighth anniversary of D-Day on the Normandy beach head, General Ridgway, new NATO commander and the first U.S. General to parachute into France, visits the beachhead and pays homage to fallen American and Allied heroes who gave their lives in the defeat of Naziism. Rows of white crosses in cemetery. Wreath by grave marker of Theodore Roosevelt Jr. Matthew Ridgway gestures, showing the local sights to a group of people. Laying wreaths at memorial monument.

POP Goes The Country No. 305

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Promo for POP Goes The Country No. 305

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.

Mrs. Hoover Names First Unit Of New Merchant Marine

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High in contrast in imagery Mrs. Hoover names first unit of new Merchant Marine and christens the ship with a bottle of clear sparkling water. The launching of a new ship as it is lowered off the slip into the water.

The Porter Wagoner Show No. 613

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Opryland (El Paso) Porter Wagoner/Quartet "Gonna Go Home" Freddie Weller "Perfect Stranger" Mack Magaha "Durham's Bull" (Instrumental) Porter Wagoner/Quartet "Old Log Cabin" Linda Moore "Blue Eye's Cryin' In The Rain" Speck Rhodes (phone) (comedy/narration) Linda Moore "You Can't Be A Beacon" Freddie Weller "Promised Land" Porter Wagoner/Band "Eli Stubbs and HIs funky Bluegrass Band"

Polio shots

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Protection, Kansas
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In Protection, Kansas, protection from polio is in the air. The town completes 100% Salk Shot Coverage, and launches hundreds of balloons to alert the nation in the same cause. Establishing shot - Three tables lined up in a row in a school gym where doctor's and nurse's are giving shots to young adults up to 40 yrs old and children. MS - People are holding up these large balloons "Were All Polio - Protected. Are You>". MCUS - A young woman dressed in Western attire lets go of the balloons. LL - A crowd of people let loose of the huge balloons in assorted colors.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activiti...

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[00.24.24-WEICKER asks DEAN about DEAN informing WEICKER that there was an effort by the White House afoot to embarrass WEICKER.] Now, Mr. Dean, I came to our meeting of May 3 when I, along with members of my staff and your counsel, met with you. Would you describe to the committee that incident which took place, during the interview at which point in time you asked to leave the room with me? Mr. DEAN. The meeting was arranged by counsel and counsel thought since it was becoming imminent I -was going to appear up here and you wanted very much to talk with me that I should indeed cooperate and talk with you. I told them at, that time, that I didn't Want to get into any depth of testimonial areas but I was happy to discuss sort of the outer parameters of some of my areas of knowledge because of your membership on the committee. [00.25.29] Before we commenced that discussion at some, point in time I thought I Ought to inform you of the fact that I had just raised a minute ago, that I was aware of the fact that there was an effort to embarrass you, and I didn't want to get into that discussion in front of your staff or anyone else, I thought it had come to me, I didn't know the substance of it and I thought as one. person to another I ought to just tell you what I knew about that and bring it to your attention. Senator WEICKER. What -was my response to you? Mr. DEAN. That they -were barking up the wrong tree. Senator WEICKER. Would you say that 30 seconds, a minute would be--- Mr. DEAN. I would say at the most. We turned around and went right back into the room.' Senator WEICKER. All right. [00.26.16] We next move, to an incident that occurred within the last, several days whereby a reporter in Washington, D.C., was informed by Mr. Charles Colson that he was involved in the giving of moneys to my campaign and that he had reason to believe, that the money -was not properly handled, and quite frankly I was being a disloyal Republican and the time had come to swing around. When pinned to substantiate this request, there was absolutely no substantiation by Mr. Colson. But that was enough to finally go ahead and get me a little mad, and so a couple of days ago I indicated over NBC television prior to these hearings that efforts were still being made to pressure this committee, and indeed yesterday I received a call from the White House from Mr. Len Garment, and he was most concerned about my statement, wanted to know what the facts were.. [00.27.54-WEICKER continues to speak rather indignantly about attempts by the White House to embarrass and discredit WEICKER or other committee members] I indicated to him the Colson story which I have just read here. I did not indicate to him our meeting, I did not indicate to him the attempt of the White House to communicate with another individual who, for the time being, I shall leave nameless. I then told Mr. Garment that Mr. Colson was his problem, he wasn't my problem. And the time had come either to step forward and make charges or to go ahead and disavow these attempts to smear a member of the committee. But I don't think that is enough, and so this morning I communicated with -Mr. Archibald Cox, the special prosecutor. I think I have had sufficient, personal experience both in reading the taped telephone conversation and with this nebulous threat as to campaign funds so that, in my opinion, there is the possible violation of yet another law. And after all the violation of laws is the business of the prosecutor and not this committee and, therefore, I have communicated all the facts that I have discussed here with you With the prosecutor, and I have asked him to look into the possible violation of section 1505 which is the obstruction of proceedings before departments, agencies, and committees, and the last part of the section says, "Whoever corruptly or by threat of force or by any threatening letter, communication, influences obstructs or impedes or endeavors to influence, obstruct or impede the due and proper administration of the law under which such proceeding is being had before such department or agency of the United States or the due and proper exercise of the power of inquiry under which such inquiry or investigations is being had by either House or any committee of either House or any Joint Committee of the Congress shall be fined not more than $5,000 or imprisoned not more than 5 years or both." [00.30.29]

Tokyo Giants In US

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Dull in imagery and contrast Japan's championship baseball team, the Tokyo Giants, begin spring training in the US. Exhibition matches with US Big league teams are set. CUS - The Tokyo Giants get together for a team shot. MCUS - Team members lined up tossing baseballs. MLS - Tokyo Giants in the field pitching and catching baseballs. MCUS - A pitched baseball and a player hitting the ball with a bat. CUS - The American trainer eating rice with chop sticks.

Bimbo Baby Squirrel Raised By Dog

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Hanover, Germany
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'Bimbo,' a tiny squirrel with a big appetite, has been adopted by a dachshund, much to the delight of the neighborhood kids. All is fine until a flea deserts dog for squirrel. CUS - Bimbo eating nuts CUS - Binbo drinking milk CUS - Perzell the dash hunt sits and watches Bimbo in one of the boots. the squirrel climbs out and jumps on the good natures dog head CUS - Neighborhood kids watching Perzell and Bimbo and getting a big kick out of it Closing -CUS - Dog sleeping in a straw bed with squirrel on his back and finely Bimbo rolls off Perzell
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