U.S. President Richard Nixon in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington DC. President Nixon with National Youth Representatives of 1974 for the Boy Scouts of America. Attendees include Boy Scouts, Explorers, Cub Scout Thomas Caughey, and scouting leaders Robert Reneker, President of the BSA, and Alden Barber, Chief Scout Executive. President Nixon shakes hands and talks with the Scouts. Close-up view of some patches and name tag on the shirt of Eagle Scout Arthur E. Justice Jr. of Culowhee, North Carolina. The Boy Scouts present certificate and medallions and membership cards to Nixon. Photographers take photos. Scouts and Explorers in attendance are: Thomas Caughey, Arthur Justice Jr., John S. Jordan, Mark Guthrie, Kevin Hyde, Phillip Klawuhn, Richard Ohendalski, Bruce Ragan, Michael Snyder, Gregory Dyekman, Marc Franson, William Lee, Gilbert Melson, Glen Patton, Lois Saruwatari. Additional leaders present include Dr. Carl Marchetti (delegation advisor), George Freeman (Washington representative for BSA), advising and PR staff Charles Wetter, Les Coleman, and Mark Clayton.
Flags fluttering on the main building of I.A.D.C. (Inter-American Defense College) at Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, DC . View of flags from different angles. Adjoining building (number 54) is shown, with different views of the main building. 24 June 1974.
Clip shows opening slate and contains audio only. No visual images. U.S. President Richard Nixon at a photo opportunity with the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) in Washington DC, United States on 21st February, 1974. A boy scout speaks about the activities of the boy scouts in the recent years. President Richard Nixon is presented with a collection of coins. President Nixon speaks during the occasion. He speaks about character building, boy scouts joining the armed forces and progress of the boy scouts. He thanks the boy scouts for the honor and for the invitation to their Jamboree and regrets that he cannot attend, but says he is glad he does not have to go on a 50 mile hike. He invites them on a tour of the White House.
A documentary "Summer of Judgment" hosted by Charles McDowell about events and happenings of the Watergate scandal and hearings of the Senate-Watergate Committee in Washington DC. Photographs of five persons arrested for illegally breaking into Democratic National Committee Headquarters at Watergate Buildings in Washington DC. Glimpses of the U.S. President Richard Nixon during a press session; Audio only of Nixon saying "...there can be no White Wash at the White House." Picture in picture segments showing selected quotes from Watergate hearings, including Sam Ervin calling the Committee to order; John Dean testifying, "I began by telling the President that there was a cancer growing on the Presidency"; Senator Howard Baker asking "What did the President know, and when did he know it"? View of Los Angeles Times news paper headlines during the course of Watergate hearings. Report about President Nixon associates who gave their resignations. News correspondent reporting from the Senate Caucus Room, where hearings took place. President Nixon's secretary Dean John speaks before the committee. Correspondent relates plan to summarize the Watergate scandal from when the burglars were caught to the resignation of President Nixon.
A report about events and happenings of the Watergate scandal and hearings of the Senate-Watergate Committee, in Washington DC. Charles McDowell presents special report on 'Senate Hearings on Campaign Activities' about inquiry on Richard Nixon's election campaign in 1972. He speaks from the Caucus Hall where hearings took place. Carl M Shcoffler, Washington DC Police Officer, speaks before the Select Committee. James McCord, former Secretary Director of the Nixon Re-election Committee displays telephone wire tapping equipment. Experts check the condition and reliability of the tapes. Experts speak before the committee. Chief Counsel Samuel Dash recalls the moment.
Ominous clouds in sky during Super Outbreak of tornadoes in April 1974 that hit regions in many states, including Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, and New York; and the Canadian province of Ontario. Xenia Ohio city manager Bob Stewart seen talking to his wife. A man checks storm on radar during a tornado in United States. A man rolls a machine to other room. During recording, a man shows areas that come in tornado's range. Sheriff dispatcher gives warning to all police and sheriff personnel about the sighted tornado in Montgomery County. Dick Burroughs on phone at Miami Valley Disaster Services in Dayton Ohio. A freigh train entering Xenia, Ohio just as tornado, scene via a student's 8mm camera comes into view and bears down on Xenia Ohio. Tornado hits the city of Xenia. Reenactment as city manager's wife takes call from him warning of tornado and she heads for basement cover. U.S. Air Force dispatches emergency medical convoy from grounds of base hospital at Wright Patterson Field. View of medical staff from the base mobilizing with ambulances and heavy construction battalion. Box 21, an emergency group responds to siren. People gather and discuss their plan include Military Personnel. A man explains situation. Rescuers save victims from tornado and take away dead bodies to temporary morgues.