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[01.23.51-Sen. WEICKER questioning DEAN] Senator WEICKER. Did you have any information that, Mr. Kleindienst had Indeed offered his resignation prior to this time? Mr. DEAN. No, I didn't. I read subsequently that he had proffered it. Senator WEICKER. The committee has received evidence, that a courier for Senator Muskie's campaign microfilmed documents which Were, typed by Sally Duncan, Bart Porter's secretary, and delivered by her to Gordon Strachan at the White House. This was in earlier testimony before this committee. Now, what do you know about the source of committee the list of Muskie Contributors, which list, you provided to the committee yesterday? Mr. DEAN. The only thing I know about that list is it was sent to me from Mr. Colson's office. Senator WEICKER. I see. Now, Mr. Dean, the line of questioning which I am going to follow is going to include you to some extent, it is going to include me to some extent. But one of the jobs that I think we, have is to preserve the opportunity for every individual to be. heard and heard. fairly when they come before this committee, whether it is you or any other witness, and to probe fairly, as has been the case by the members of this committee. Obviously, the seriousness of the matter before us also makes it imperative that the committee, itself and each member or the committee have credibility and be believed. [01.25.44] Now, our job, in other words as I look upon it here, is to get the facts, not to get the President, and -to have the United States or Americans feel exactly what it is that happened to their political system and, in fact what happened to their Constitution. [01.26.07] With that in mind, I now intend to review some of your testimony and to also review some of the things that have happened, Certainly, I and the, committee, the American people, have seen things that have been illegal. We have seen things that have been unconstitutional and we have seen-and heard those things which I can only categorize as gross. But to get to the issue of the credibility of witnesses, I first want to find out what your comments would be to the memorandum that was read to you by Senator Inouye. Except this time, what I am going to do is I am going to point out to you and to the American people the difference between the first memorandum that was sent to the committee, and the second memorandum that was sent to Senator Inouye. [01.27.00-WEICKER discusses the White House memorandums, and points out that the second one was much more stridently Anti-DEAN, appearing defensive] The first memorandum sent from Mr. Fred Buzhardt at the White House made the following statement: [READING] History fails to record that at that moment, Dean corrected the Attorney General's erroneous impression by pointing out that, however innocently, Mitchell, Magruder, and Dean had all been involved in planning of operations of which Watergate was an obvious derivative or that Strachan had knowledge of the fruits of this kind of operation or that all of them were suborning perjury and otherwise seeking to conceal the facts. Now, let me show you the key difference, between the first and the second versions. The first version here, "History fails to record that at that moment, Dean corrected the Attorney General's erroneous impression by pointing out that, however innocently, Mitchell, Magruder and Dean"--the memorandum which was read to you by Senator Inouye, which was the second memorandum to come from the White House, read as follows: "History fails to record that at the moment Dean corrected the Attorney General's erroneous impression by pointing out that Mitchell, Magruder, and Dean"--in other words, omitting, "however innocently". Now, to get to further aspects of the memorandum, the first memorandum stated: [READING] It is probably because of executive privilege it is not possible even to speculate on the extent to which Dean helped induce the view on attorney-client privilege." The second version of the memorandum read "It is probably that Dean helped induce the views on attorney-client privilege." Then again, in the first version of the memorandum given to this committee by Mr. Buzhardt and the White House, the statement was made in the first edition: "The President indicated to Ehrlichman that his conversations with Dean throughout the preceding month had given him a growing awareness of Dean's personal involvement and that his sending him to Camp David apparently was a device to Smoke him out." The second version that came from the White House reads as follows: "The President indicated to Ehrlichman that his conversations with Dean throughout the preceding month had given him a growing awareness of Dean's personal involvement in this." Then lastly--if you will be patient here for a minute--the first version: "Dean was not merely one of the architects of the coverup plan. He was also perhaps its most active participant." The second version from the White House: "Dean was not merely one of the architects of the coverup plan. He was also its most active participant." [01.30.49]

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activiti...

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[00.17.37-Sen. INOUYE continues to confront DEAN with a WHITE HOUSE memorandum-The memo exemplifies the White House's "BLAME IT ALL ON DEAN" STRATEGY] Senator INOUYE. [QUOTING FROM THE WHITE HOUSE MEMORANDUM] "It was Dean who suggested to General Walters on January 26 that CIA pay the Watergate defendants while in jail," this is from the, Walters memorandum for record June 28, 1972. Mr. DEAN. I believe I have explained that, Senator, in that I reported also at one point in time, to Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Mardian about the Gray theory. That theory Prompted Mr. Mardian, as I recall, to suggest that the CIA might be of some assistance in providing us support and he also raised the question that the CIA might have a very Proper reason to do so because of the fact that these were former CIA operatives. Mr. Mitchell asked me to go back and explore this to Mr. Haldeman and Ehrlichman knowing very well that this isn't the sort of thing I could go to the CIA with. I didn't talk to Mr. Haldeman about this, rather I talked to Mr. Ehrlichman about it and he told me indeed I should explore it. In fact, I said I didn't know anybody with the CIA. He told me--I told him I didn't know Mr. Helms. He told me not to call Helms but to call General Walters, General Walters is a friend of the White House, and at that time alluded to the fact that he had already met -with General Walters. Senator INOUYE. Did you, in fact, discuss this matter with General Walters? Mr. DEAN. Yes, I did and I have so testified.] [00.19.10] Senator INOUYE. [READING W.H. MEMORANDUM] "It was Dean purportedly acting on behalf of Mitchell who came, to Ehrlichman several weeks after the break-in to obtain approval for fund raising by Kalmbach for the arrested persons," and this is from Mr. Ehrlichman. Mr. DEAN. It is correct that Mr.--after the fact that there could be, no assistance from the, CIA came out, and Haldeman and Ehrlichman agreed that they couldn't and I reported that back to Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Mardian, that the demands apparently had reached the point where, they felt they had to do something to get some money and they had none themselves. I was asked again by Mr. Mitchell to go back and raise this with Mr. Haldeman and Ehrlichman. [00.19.59] Mr. Mitchell told me, that he believed that Mr. Ehrlichman particularly would have an interest in making sure, that these men were taken care of, and it did not take me any persuading at all in this conversation with Mr. Haldeman and Ehrlichman to initiate Mr. Kalmbach, and obviously Mr. Kalmbach would not have acted on my instructions at all. Senator INOUYE. [QUOTING W.H. MEMORANDUM] "It was Dean -who reviewed the papers found in Hunt's safe and declared that they were politically sensitive' and should be given special treatment." [00.20.34] Mr. DEAN. I don't think, there was any doubt about the political sensitivity. Mr. Ehrlichman, as you recall, on the 19th, there was a meeting in Mr. Ehrlichman's office late that evening. Mr. Colson is the, one who had expressed anxiety over -what might, be in Mr. Hunt's safe. As I have also testified at a subsequent time I learned that apparently Mr. Colson and Mr. Hunt had talked about the fact, that there, were things in his safe that somebody at the White House should take possession of. It was during this meeting in Mr. Ehrlichman's office on the 19th that Mr. Ehrlichman said that I should report back to him the contents of the safe after he had directed Mr. Kehrli to have the safe, opened. [00.21.17] Senator INOUYE. What do you think Mr. Ehrlichman meant by "should be given special treatment"? Mr. DEAN. Well, I don't know what Mr. Ehrlichman meant by it. I know that Mr. Ehrlichman, when I described the documents to him, realized their political sensitivity, and that, they--he had originally told me, when I reported what the documents were to shred them and it was subsequently he, told me to "deep six" the briefcase and shred the documents and it was only after I had reached the conclusion in my own mind that, I wasn't going to do that, and I persuaded him that at too many people had seen them, that that, might be what he reefers to as special treatment, they be given directly to Mr. Gray. Senator ERVIN. We will take a recess for another vote. [Recess.] [00.22.13-LEHRER v.o. states the committee has gone to the Senate Floor for another vote] [00.22.22-LEHRER in studio] [PBS network ID-title screen "SENATE HEARINGS ON CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES"] [00.25.48-LEHRER reintroduces INOUYE'S questioning] [00.25.55]

Jim Dandy, 100 To 1, Beats Gallant Fox; Which one is Third

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Contrast and drop out spots in imagery Dark horse from California scores startling upset in the travers! Jockey Frank Baker boots home rank outsider six lengths ahead of heavily backed favorites.

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[00.32.09-GURNEY questions DEAN, clearly trying to make DEAN'S role in planning the Watergate seem very significant and central] Senator GURNEY. My reaction was that you testified that you told him that, he was never to discuss this thing again with you, is that correct? Mr. DEAN. That is correct. Senator GURNEY. You told him that if any plan was approved like this that you did not want, to know about., it. Mr. DEAN. That is correct,. Senator GURNEY. At this particular time, Mr. Dean, were you not the counsel for the President? Was that not, your job? Mr. DEAN. That was my title and that was my job. Senator GURNEY. You were not counsel for Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Magruder, were you? Mr. DEAN. No, I was not. 'Senator GURNEY. Why did you not go back to the President and tell him about, this hair-raising scheme? Mr. DEAN. Well, I did go back. But I did not have access to the President as I think I explained. I went to Mr. Haldeman. Senator GURNEY. Did you try to gain access to the President ? [00.32.59] Mr. DEAN. Senator, I did not try-- I had never been in to the President or called by the President before. My reporting channel was through Mr. Haldeman and I went back and told what I thought was the proper reporting channel. I told him what I had seen, told him my reaction to it, told him that I thought it was unwise, unnecessary, and Mr. Haldeman agreed with me. Senator GURNEY. Did you ever discuss after this meeting with Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Magruder, whether this plan was going to be implemented or whatever happened to it? [00.33.35-a point which the White House disputes DEAN'S testimony] Mr. DEAN. I never heard about the plan again until, as I have testified, Mr. Liddy came into my office some time in February or March, I do not know the precise date and told me that he could not get his plan approved. I reminded him that I was not going to talk with him about it, and he said that he understood and he did not talk about it. And we went on to whatever our business was that day on some other election matter. Senator GURNEY. When was this? Mr. DEAN. I believe it was February, some time in February or March I am not sure of the date. Senator GURNEY. Did you ever report that to the President? Mr. DEAN. NO, I didn't,, sir. [00.34.22-Sen. GURNEY takes another opportunity to take potshots at DEAN'S professional ethics concerns] Senator GURNEY. Let's go now to the break-in at Watergate. But before we do, let's go back and clear up some testimony of yesterday. I have never been entirely clear on this law firm incident. I came in the middle of Senator Talmadge's questioning yesterday. could you go over that? What exactly happened? You were representing a law firm in connection with some television application-is that it? Mr. DEAN. No, sir, I read into the record Yesterday a letter, I don't know if the Senator has had a chance to see the letter. Senator GURNEY. I haven't had a chance to see, it. Mr. DEAN. I might read it to you. Senator GURNEY. No, I don It think you need to read it if you just summarize quickly what happened. Mr. DEAN. All right, I was in a communications law firm and doing very little communications work. I had some connection with summarizing findings of fact and things of that nature that were before the FCC, but I could not, term myself a communications lawyer in any respect. I had been at the, firm a very short while. I was not happy at the firm and was contemplating leaving the firm. One of the men who was at the firm was not a lawyer but an in-house representative of the senior partners in the firm, who had television interests around the, country as a result of their processing applications. This man came to me and began to discuss, he said, John, you are leaving, are you interested in investing any money in a television station? I said, yes, I might be, let's explore it. We had some preliminary discussions about it, with the lawyers who he had selected to represent his application, a, man by the name of Earl Stanley, who is a senior member of the communications bar, and I think a very well respected member of the bar. At that time, I raised with him, was there any conflict for me to become involved in that while, I was still at the firm. He indicated to me so long as I was out of the firm by the time the application was actually filed, which would have taken mechanically months to prepare, and Mr. Stanley and Mr. Fellows, the, man I was referring to in the, firm, were going to prepare the application. I had some--I had accumulated some papers on the matter in my desk and apparently, one night, one of the partners was looking for some other unrelated matters and came across, this. [00.37.00]

Duke Takes Over S. Carolina 14

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Duke Takes Over S. Carolina 14 Capitalizing on an early fumble by the gamecocks, the Duke Blue Devils take an early lead when Jack Mounie plunges over for the first touchdown. MLS Quarter back has the ball, passes it off to a receiver he runs a little bit and gets knocked down. MLS Quarter hands off the football the other players chase him and knock him down., LS of the crowd in the stands. LS Quarter back passes the ball it gets caught and down goes the receiver.

Tunnel A-blast

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The explosion of an atomic bomb in a Nevada tunnel last summer makes news today with the disclosure that it's shock was detected in Alaska, over 2,000 miles away. Establishing shot - Newsmen entering a tunnel in the Nevada rock mesa. CUS - Newsmen with hard hats on standing inside the tunnel CUS - Someone opening a very heavy iron door. CUS - Technician walking with a Geiger counter in his hand

Nature's Rampage: 224 Die in Tornadoes; Airlift Feeds Cat...

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Nature's Rampage: 224 Die in Tornadoes; Airlift Feeds Cattle. At latest count, 223 persons lost their lives and over one thousand were hurt, in wake of sudden tornado that lashed wide areas in the South. Hardest hit is Judsonia, a small town in Arkansas, where devastation looks like place had been leveled by atom bomb. Lots of twisted wreckage - hard to tell what some of it was. Car buried under piles of bricks. Woman searches the remains of a house. People come up from an underground storm cellar. Bank vault, still standing, though the bank around it has been destroyed. Disaster relief station set up in church. In other disaster news, snow has blanketed cattle ranges in Montana and Nevada. Hay is loaded onto planes, then flown and thrown overboard to (presumably) the animals in the snowy land below. Cows eat hay.

Big Blimp Destroyed By Aerial

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High contrast, rolling images Scout plane, after discovering observation balloon giving information to enemy, signals to air fleet to attack monster craft which goes up in a burst a flame - observer escapes death by leap in parachute.

News in Brief: Kids 'Play' Post Office

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News in Brief: Kids 'Play' Post Office No kissing game, this, but a serious game of charity for others less fortunate. Postmasters are youngsters whose pictures appear on stamps, sale of which helps bring cheer to kids in orphanges. Various sheets of stamps each featuring the portrait of a child, and shots of some of the children who are featured. Children act as workers and customers at play "post office" and one little girl sits on a stack of books to get high enough.

Jim Ed Brown' Country Place No. 31

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Jim Ed Brown "Goin' Up The Country" Jeannie C. Riley "Country Girl" Blake Emmons "Green Side Saddle banana" Jeannie C. Riley "Wish You Were Here" Jim Ed Brown "Hold Me, Thrill Me" Jim Ed Brown / Bob Willis "Night Life" (duet) Jim Ed Brown / Bob Willis "Just Because" Jim Ed Brown / The Younger Generation "In the Garden" (gospel) The Younger Generation / Jim Ed Brown "Free Born Man"

Time Lapse Flowers

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In The Infamous Valley Of The Kings

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In the famed 'Valley Of Kings' at Luxor, archeologists have dug down 15/ feet to discover the tomb of Mentemhet, Prince of Thebes. Mummies and other amazing relics of the seventh century before Christ are found in the well-preserved tomb. Laborers with bundles on their heads MCUS - Area excavated where archeologists are working and digging MLS - Workers carrying out artifacts from Prince Menternhet tomb MCUS - Workers lifting the lid off a mummy s sarcophagus, it turned out to be a high priest - still in tact after 27 centuries

United Nations Handicap

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20,000 Turf fans see Chilean-bred Iceberg II sweep the field in this international racing classic. The 8 to 1 shot winner takes down a $43,000 purse. MLS - Horses are paraded around the track. CUS - Man blowing the horse trumpet. MLS - Horseracing fans. CUS - Fans and older lady and man. MLS - Horses are racing around the track. MLS - The horses are really turning it on coming around the track. MLS - Iceberg crossing the finish line, he is the winner.

Bats and Balls: Tanning Factory

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02.00.13.- MS's employee feeding treated leather into a flattening machine. 02.03.55.- MS's employee taking leather from other end of machine, laying them across a sawhorse. 02.06.07.- MS's employees spreading leathers in a mold-cutting room. MS's & CU's mold-cutting. 02.15.43.- tight LS's employees taking uncut, treated leathers from racks in drying room. MS's hanging white leather. 02.24.01.- MS's employees stacking dried leathers in outdoor holding pen. 02.25.32.- tight LS employee in forklift unloading a tractor trailer of cowhides. 02.26.48.- MS's forklift dropping off treated leathers for drying. MS's employees hanging leathers to dry. 02.32.45.- MS's employees pinning leather to metal drying rack; rack eases into machine (heat treatment?). 02.40.10.- MS's & CU's employees taking stiff leathers from drying racks at other side of machine. 02.41.43.- MS employee trimming heat-treated leathers. 02.42.21.- MS's leathers hanging to dry in dim room. MS's employees hanging large leathers to dry. 02.45.56.- MS's & CU's employee mold-cutting white leather swatches to be used for baseballs covers. 02.51.13.- MS's & CU's employees nailing color-treated leathers to a stretching table. 02.57.06.- EST shots of Tennessee Tanning Company (Rawling Sporting Goods).

News in Brief: Tribute To Will Rogers

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News in Brief: Tribute To Will Rogers On the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Will Rogers Memorial Hospital, founded to treat and combat turberculosis, the Variety Clubs of America unveil a statue of the great humorist. Scientists, research. Scientist looks through microscope. Statue of Will Rogers.

Pee Wee Golf, Junior Divot Diggers Tee Off In Tourney

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Fancy swinging, clean misses, hooks and slices and sledges in the sand trap are the lot of the youngsters competing in the National Pee Wee Tournament. The winner cards a phenomenal '86' to win hands down. Establishing shot - Boys (preteen) swinging at golf balls MCUS - Little girl takes a swing at a ball and misses MCUS - Parents of the children standing on the side lines encouraging the children MCUS - Boys trying to hit the golf ball MLS - Sand is flying out of a sand trap and you see sand flying in the air MCUS - Little boy with cowboy booths on swing at a golf ball in a sand trap MCUS - Golfing pro awards a young boy a golfing cup

Mustangs Catch Buckeyes, 32-27

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Mustangs Catch Buckeyes, 32-27 Coming from behind in the fourth quarter with some spectacular aerial artistry by Fred Benners of Dallas, the SMU. Mustangs topple the Rose Bowl Champions, Ohio State, in the thrill-game of the week! LS Football fans sitting bleachers. LS Quarterback throws the ball and the receiver catches it and runs right in to the end zone scoring a touchdown. MLS Other quarterback throws the ball his receiver catches it and is tackled right down to the ground. LS Quarter back has the ball, he fakes the other football players out and runs the ball himself, for a touchdown. Quarterback throw the ball and the receiver catches it at the 15 yard line and is knocked down to the 10 yard line. MLS Once again the quarterback has the ball and fakes out the other team again and runs the football in for a touch down once again.

The Porter Wagoner Show No. 381

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Porter Wagoner "Be A Little Quieter" Singing Rambos "Build My Mansion" (Gospel) ? "Durham's Bull" (Instrumental) Dolly Parton "Joshua" Porter Wagoner "The Last One To Touch Me" Speck Rhodes (phone) (Comedy/Narration) Porter Wagoner "I Found the Man" (Gospel) Singing Rambos "Oh What a Happy Day" (Gospel) (01.19.53 - 01.22.47)

Honeymoon's Sunny Modes

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Dull in contrast and imagery Fashions for newlyweds, honeymoon bound on the Ocean Liner, The United States. For the bride, a wonderful trousseau, inspired by the gowns of movie star Janet Leigh. Establishing shot - Bell boy leads the way carrying luggage. MCUS - The Honeymooners are right behind him. MCUS - She takes off her coat exposing a pretty floral dress. CUD - The couple steal a kiss. CULS - Camera pulls back and you can see they're on board a ocean liner by the port holes behind the sofa, they are both enjoying a glass of champagne. CUS - Bridesmaid come in modeling a black dress accented by a white collar. CUS - Another bridesmaid comes in dressed in a pastel dress. CUS - Yet another bridesmaid comes in and she too is modeling a two piece dress with a polka-dot scarf, plus a polka dot petticoat under the dress,

The Porter Wagoner Show No. 12D

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Porter Wagoner Show #12D with special guest Skeeter Davis. Features numerous pitches and commercials for medicinal products including laxative and cold remedy products.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activiti...

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[00.51.25-DEAN responding to part of the White House memo blaming DEAN for the WATERGATE and the COVERUP] Mr. DEAN. I did discuss with Mr. Moore the fact that, but that was not the first time, I had discussed it with Mr. Moore. Mr. Moore and I had talked about, this on many occasions, that I thought that the coverup as harmful, bad, it had to stop at some point. We. were searching for answers as to how to end it. We could not find an answer, and finally, at one point when I was having direct access to the President I thought, and discussed -with Moore that I can do something to end it now and I will go in and tell the President what this is going to mean if it continues. Senator INOUYE. [QUOTING FROM W.H. MEMO ATTACKING DEAN'S TESTIMONY] "After the two of them met with the President on March 20 Moore told Dean 'I do not think the President has any idea of the kind of things that you have told me about." When Dean agreed that the President, did not, Moore told Dean that it was his obligation to advise the President and lectured Dean on this subject. Mr. DEAN. Well, Richard Moore to me is a wonderful man, and I often went to him for counsel. He is an older man, and I respected his Judgment very much. I believe I raised these things with Mr. Moore, I had raised them before and I told him what prompted my conversation that afternoon with Mr. Moore were the demands from Hunt and I wanted--by this time be was aware himself of the money demands because this had come up at La Costa when Mr. Ehrlichman had instructed Mr. Moore to go to New York and get Mr. Mitchell to take care of these problems. So for that reason I had never told Dick Moore everything I know but I had given him enough knowledge so that be could see the breadth of the problem. [00.53.20] Senator INOUYE. As the trusted aide and counsel to the President of the United States, did you not feel that it was your obligation and duty to as soon as possible advise him of the involvement in the Watergate break-in and the ensuing coverup? Mr. DEAN. Well, Senator, I think I have expressed before to walk into the President's door is not the easiest thing to do. My channels of reporting was through Mr. Haldeman or Mr. Ehrlichman, principally through Mr. Haldeman. Senator INOUYE. Didn't the enormity of the problem compel you to walk into the President's office? Mr. DEAN. Well, I can only assume that everything I told Mr. Haldeman and Ehrlichman would be going to the President also. As I have testified, on some occasions Mr. Haldeman would take notes about things I was telling him, He would take these notes shortly before be Would go into meetings with the President. I can also recall occasions when we were meeting when a call would come from Mr. Haldeman to come to the President's office or once -in Florida to come over to his residence and he would wait until I completed reporting. I assumed that everything I was telling Mr. Haldeman was going to the President. [00.54.38] Senator INOUYE. When did you begin to mistrust Mr. Haldeman? Mr. DEAN. I think that, the first signal I got that Mr. Haldeman had decided that, you might say, I -was off the reservation when I came back from Camp David. Senator INOUYE. What was the date, sir? Mr. DEAN. That was the 28th. I think that -was prompted by my attitude in a meeting with the President on the afternoon of the, 21st when there -was more discussion of different essentially coverup techniques without getting into great detail because. I cannot recall In great detail, everything they were saying the President was asking me, do I agree and I was saying no, and finally, at one point in that meeting I said that, right in front of the President, that I felt that Dean, Haldeman, and Ehrlichman could be indicted for obstruction of justice and this has to be recognized. And I think as a result of that meeting they saw that I had begun to change my attitude about any further involvement in a coverup. [00.55.52]

Lisbon - Street Scenes

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Lisbon, Portugal
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Elevated LS the city of Lisbon. TLS cars, double decker bus and an electric trolley/tram car moving along street. Slightly elevated LS of an urban street on an extreme slope, buildings line the hilly street.

Jim Ed Brown' Country Place No. 68

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Jim Ed Brown "You Can Have Her" Ed Bruce "She Even Woke Me Up to say goodbye" Sound 70 "Bye, Bye, Love" Blake emmons "Try a Little Kindness" Jim Ed Brown "There Goes My Everything" Jim Ed Brown "Little Old Wine Drinker" Jim Ed Brown "Morning" Gems/Ed Bruce "Tonight"

Indians Pray As Ice Jam Threatens

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Rolling shaky light in contrast and imagery Huge floes, carried over the St. Lawrence river banks by floods, threaten the homes of Indians who offer public prayers for the safety of their village.
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