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p^ PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES OF 1972 

SENATE RESOLUTION 60 



APPENDIX TO THE 
HUGHES-REBOZO INVESTIGATION 



OF THE 



SELECT COMMITTEE ON 
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES SENATE 

NINETY-THIRD CONGRESS 

SECOND SESSION 



EXHIBITS RELATING TO CHAPTER 
OF THE FINAL REPORT 

WASHINGTON, D.C. 

Book 26 




Printed for the use of the 
Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities 

FRANKLIN PIERCE LAW CENTER 

Concord, New Hampshire 03301 



PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES OF 1972 

SENATE RESOLUTION 60 



APPENDIX TO THE 
HUGHES-REBOZO INVESTIGATION 

OP THE 

SELECT COMMITTEE ON 
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES SENATE 

NINETY-THIRD CONGRESS 

SECOND SESSION 



EXHIBITS RELATING TO CHAPTER 
OF THE FINAL REPORT 

WASHINGTON. D.C. 

Book 26 




Printed for the use of the 
Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities 

U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
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SENATE SELECT COMMITTEE ON PRESIDENTIAL 
CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES 

(Established by S. Res. 60, 93d Congress, 1st Session) 



SAM J. ERVIN, Jr., North Carolina, Chairman 
HOWARD H. BAKER, Jr., Tennessee, Vice Chairman 

HERMAN B. TALMADGE, Georgia EDWARD J. GURNEY, Florida 

DANIEL K. INOUYE, Hawaii LOWELL P. WEICKER, JR., Connecticut 

JOSEPH M. MONTOYA, New Mexico 

Samuel Dash, Chief Counsel and Staff Director 

Fred D. Thompson, Minority Counsel 

RuFUS L. Edmisten, Deputy Chief Counsel 

Arthur S. Miller, Chief Consultant 

David M. Dorsen, Assistant Chief Counsel 

Terry F. Lenzner, Assistant Chief Counsel 

James Hamilton, Assistant Chief Counsel 

Carmine S. Belling, Chief Investigator 

Marc Lackritz, Assistant Counsel 

James C. Moore, Assistant Counsel 

Ronald D. Rotunda, Assistant Counsel 

Barry Schochet, Assistant Counsel 
W. Dennis Summers, Assistant Counsel 

Alan S. Weitz, Assistant Counsel 

Robert F. Muse, Jr., Assistant Counsel 

Mark J. Biros, Assistant Counsel 

R. Scott Armstrong, Investigator 

Michael J. Hershman, Investigator 

Donald G. Sanders, Deputy Minority Counsel 

Howard S. Liebengood, Assistant Minority Counsel 

Michael J. Madigan, Assistant Minority Counsel 

Richard L. Schultz, Assistant Minority Counsel 

Robert Silverstein, Assistant Minority Counsel 

Carolyn M. Andrade, Administrative Assistant 

Earline Ching, Office Manager 

Joan C. Cole, Secretary to the Minority 

(H) 



CONTENTS 



APPENDIX 1 



Exhibit No. Page 

1 12427 

2 12449 

3 Eliminated 

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26A 12482 

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35 12500 

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37 12505 



Exhibit No. Page 

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(III) 



IV 



APPENDIX 1— Continued 



Exhibit No. Page 

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Exhibit No. Page 

90 Eliminated 

91 12741 

92 12744 

93 12745 

94 1274G 

95 12748 

96 12760 

97 12761 

98 127(>3 

99 12765 

100 12770 

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102 12772 

103 12773 



APPENDIX 2 

Dunes Exhibits 



Exhibit No. Page 

1 12775 

2 12777 

3 12778 

4 12780 

5 12786 

6 12788 

7 12789 

8 12790 

9 12792 

10 12812 

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18 12825 

19 12831 

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23 12836 

24 12841 

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Exhibit No. Page 

29 12887 

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33 12895 

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38 12902 

39 12913 

40 12915 

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45 12927 

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49 12933 

50 12934 

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52 12936 

53 12937 

54 129.39 

55 12942 

56 12943 

Affidavit of Carmine Bellino 12944 



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APPENDIX 1 

EXHIBIT 1 

^jZnxish Pieties ^enaie 

select co.mmittss o.n 
prssroential campaign activitizs 

Washington, d.c 20310 

June 6, 1974 



Mr. Jamas St. Clair 
The V/hite Housa 
V/ashington, D.C. 

Daar Mr. St. Clair: 

The Senate Salect Coicnittse on Prssidantial Cacpaign 
Activities has been conducting investigations pursuant to 
Senate Resolution 60 for the purpose of reconnending le^^is- 
lation regarding, among a nuaiber of issues, the receipt^ 
concealment, and use of cash canpaign contributions for'th° 
Presidential election of 1972. The Co^niittee is presently" 
attempting to conclude its investigative efforts and fi^a 
its report by June 30, 1974. 

The Conmittaa has received certain evidence that nay 
relate to infomacion and documents in possession of the 
Prasidant or his reprasantatives. We wish to afford the 
President an opportunity to ccrnn:ent on this liiatarial prior 
to the filing of this report. Wa would appreciate an- 
assistance you can provide in clarifying the issuas sat 
forth below and in aiding us in revie^ving of this evidence. 
Infortcation providad will be especially helpful in those 
areas whare the Cornaittee has not had access to all 
available documents, and where systematic analysis has been 
impossible since only random docuiiientation ha3"'baen orov^dad 
us, " ~ "^ 

The information dascribad balow relates to apparent 
instructions frori President iiixon to Z'i:. Charles g'. Rabozo 
to raisa and rr.aintain funds which, the evidanca inolies 
were expended on Presidant Nixon's behalf. 



tastirr.ony thac in early I9S9 the President 
personally requested Mr, Cherles G. P-eboso 
to ojn-act large contributors, includi-n^ 



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Mr. J. Paul Gatty, for tha purpose of nain- 
taining a fund to ba controlled by the V;hite 
House staff rather than by the Republican 
National Cormittee. (See Exhibit A) 

2. Tha Coinmittea has also received evidence that 
both r!r. John Ehrlichraan and Mr. H. R. Kaldenian 
ware aware of the President's instructions to 
Mr. P^bozo. (See Exhibit A) 

3. Tha Conmittee has received testimony that >!r. 
John Shrlichman attempted to detennine the 
propriety and legality of receiving such, funds. 

4. The Cotnoittea has also documented that by- 
April 28, 1989, 1-Ir. Rabozo x.7as responsible 

for maintaining a fund in Kay Biscayne, Florida, 
to "take care of fraquant administration- 
connected costs." (See Exhibit B) Both 
Mr. Ehrlichman and Mr. Herbert Kalmbach v/era 
apparently advised of these facts. 

5. The Committee has received s-.-7orn testimony 
that, on or about April 30, 1973, Mr. K. R. 
Haldeman advised i-ir. Lawrence Higby that the 
President had informed Mr. Haldernan that Mr. 
Rebozo had approximately $400,000.00 available 
to defray the legal expenses of Mr. Haldeman 
and MTo Ehrlichman. 

B. The Receipt of Hughes' $100,000 Cash Contribution 

1. The Committea has .received sworn testimony from 
Mr. Richard Danner that he met with the President 
and Mr. Rabozo in tha summer of 1963 to discuss 
a possible Hughes contribution and that eithar 
President Nixon or Mr. Rebozo asked hita to 
determine if Mr. Hughes would contribute to 
tha 1968 campaign. 



of 1959, ilr. Rebozo contacted him on a number 
of occasions seeking funds from Howarti Ku:>hes. 



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3. Mr. Banner has also testified that he n:et v;ith 
President Nixon in San Cleaente on July 3, 1970, 
on the same visit -whan he delivered the $50,000.00 
in cash to Mr. f'ebozo, but 'rhat he did not discuss 
the contribu'"io'-' with the President, 

4. The Committee has recei'^'"ed Rv.orn tes'-imony Erom 
both i-Ir. Charles G. Reboso and llis^ Rose Mar-*/ 
Woods that Rebozo informed the President's 
Personal secretary. Miss Rose Mazry VJoods, of 
the receipt of the $100,000.00 in cas>« shortly 
after he received it, and that Mr. °.ebozo testi- 
fied that he had discussed the contribution with 
her on possibly four occasions „' 

5. Mr. Rebozo has further testified, however, that 
he did not discuss the receipt of the $100,000.00 
with President Nixon until after the 1972 
campaign. 

C. Approval by Attorney General Mitchell of the Acquisi - 
tion of the Di-ines Hotel by the Hughes Tool Con^.oany 

1. lir. Richard Banner testified before this Con- 
mittee that he met v;ith Attorney General John 
liitchell on ilarch 19, 1970, and received verbal 
approval for the Hughes Tool Cospany to acquire 
the Dunes Hotel and Casino, 

2. The Cornmittae has received further evidence that 
this assurance frca the Attorney General chat 
the Anti-Trust Division of the Justice Dapartsent 
vrould not prosecute this Hughes purchase "./as 
directly contrary to the policy established 

by the Anti-Trust Division in reviewing prior 
applications for hotels purchased hj I'lr. Hughes 
in Las Vegas. 

D. Receipt cf the $50,000.00 Cash Contribution frcra 
?'[r. A, D, Davis 



Mro Reboso received an additional $50-C00..0^ 
ish from lir, A. D. Davis for .President 



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Nixon's 1972 campaign on or about April 5, 1372. 
Mr. UeboEO testified that he then called the 
Finance Cornraittee after receiving the contribu- 
tion and that they sent Fred La2.ua down to 
Florida to pick up the money. 

2. The CorrEnittee has reviewed all available 
records, including those of the Finance Cociiiit- 
tee to Re-Elect the President, and there is no 
evidence that the contribution from Davis to 
Rebozo was ever transmitted to the Finance 
Committee o 

3. The Cornraittee has received further evidence 
that Mr. Maurice Stans, formerly the Director 
of the Finance Committee, has no recollection 

of ever having been advised of any contributions 
from Mr. A. D. Davis. 

4. >Ir. Frad LaRue testified before the Committee 
that ha called Mr. Rebozo at the request of 
Mr. John Mitchell in October, 1972, to solicit 
a contribution for a Senatorial campaign, and 
that he received an estimated $25,000.00 in cash 
from Mr. Rebozo on or about October 12, 1972, 
which was to be used in the Nunn-for-3enate 
campaign in Kentucky,, I'Ir. La5.ue denied receiv- 
ing any cash contributions from I'lr. Rebozo 
prior to October, 1972. 



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and Lybrand Report 

1. On August 20, 1973, Coopers and Lybrand reported 
to President Nixon that, through I'iay 31, 1973, 
the President spent "personal funds for improve- 
ments" for his properties in Xay Biscayne as 
follows: 



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Property Improvsnients Fui'nishings Total 

500 Bay Lane $24,734 $13,203 $37,942 

516 Bay Lane 29,637 8,792 33,479 

TotalV $54,421 $22,000 $76^421 

2. Documents received to date by this Coamittae 
based on a limited number of available records 
reflect, through May 31, 1973, actual expendi- 
tures on the President's properties as follcr;.;s: 

Property Imorovecents Furnishings Total 

500 Bay Lane $50,777 $14,933 $85,715 

516 Bay Lane 46.027 9.931 55,953 

Total $96,804 $24,869 $121,673 

3. Expenditures for improvements and furnishings 

at the President's 500 and 516 Bay Lane properties, 
which T7ere not included in the President's records 
V7hen examined by Coopers and Lybrand, total 
$45,620. (See Footnote 1) 

4. Total expenditures reflected in available docu- 
ments total $121,573 o In a statement issued 
by the White House on May 12, 1959, the 500 and 
516 Bay Lane properties were reflected as havin'^- 
a purchase price of $252,800. (See Exhibit C 
for items received to date*) 

Expenditures on 500 and 516 Bay Lane Paid for by 
Charles G. Rebo.^o 

1. The Committee has received evidence . that in 
December, 1963, President I>Mxon met -■7ith Mr* 
Borrelii, Mr. P^sbozo, Mrso Nixon, and Mr. and 



_!/ Available rscords reflect an interest pavTr.ent of 
3363,50 included ir chs t3cnl axoencliturss for '' : \'^''-2-e:\z3 
and furnishings." Therefore, the total ercpenditurs accord- 
ing to the President's records made available to Coooers and 
Lybrand for improvs-.eats and furnishings -.-as $75,053, 



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Mrs. David Eisenhov;er to discuss possible altara- 
tions to his homa at 500 Bay I-ane. Thereafcar, 
in 1969, Mr. Rebozo ordered v/ork to ba done by 
the architectural firm of Boutersa, Borrelli, 
Albaisa, for "additions and alterations, 500 
Bay Lana, Key Biscayna." Mr. Rabozo paid for 
this v7ork in cash on the following dates in 
the following amounts: 

Fabruary 10, 1969 $400.00 

Ilarch 7, 1969 400.00 

March 19, 1959 300.00 

April 2, 1989 581.00 

TOTAL $1,631.00 

In addition, payments of $295.65 and $100.00 
were made on January 18, 1969, and 1-iarch 14, 
1969, raspectivaly, by Mr. Rabozo to 3.3. & A. 
architects for "job expenses" incurred on work 
for the President's house. Although records 
reflect that Mr. Rebozo apparently did not make 
these payments by personal check, V7e have not 
been able to determine conclusively that Mr. 
Rebozo made these payments in cash. Tha records 
received by this Committee to date do not 
reflect any reimbursement to !'Ir. Rebozo for the 
above- listad payments. Evidence furnished 
tha Committee further indicates that when Mr. 
Rsbozo paid the same firm for work done on his 
home at 490 Bay Lane, he did so by personal 
check. 

2. Tha Committee has received evidence that Mr. 
Pveboso paid $754.00 in cash on or about April 
11, 1969, to Designers Flooring Company for work 
done at the President's 500 Bay Lane home. Tha 
evidence obtained further reflects that I'-X, Rebozo 
paid $3.00.00 and $800 » 00 in cash to the same 
company in Kay and July, 1969, for work done at 
the President's house at 513 Bay Lana. Again, 
records received to date reflect no reimbursement 
to "i-ir. P-abozo for t'-.3 31, 55'-. 00 cash pn^.-mencs chat 
ha made. Also, i'r. Tveboso ordered tile vork from 
the abo'.'e-named com.rjany for. his residence at 



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490 Bay Lane, for which he paid by personal 
check in the amount of $273.00 on March 6, 1969. 

3. Evidence obtained by this Committee reflects 
Mr. Rebozo paid the Babcock Company $11,978.84 
for work at President Nixon's house at 516 
Bay Lane. Documents received by us indicate 
the work was to "convert two car garage into 
efficiency with living roocij bedroon and bath 
..." Mr. Rebozo 's check to Babcock has on 
it the notation "516 Bay Lane (Garage) ."2^/ 
Again, records received to date reflect no 
reimbursement by the President to Mr. Rebozo 
for his payments. 

4o The Committee has received documents reflecting 
that lb:. Rebozo was billed by the Bartlett 
Construction, Inc. at the Key Biscayne Bank 
Building for the installation of an "Arnold 
Palmer putting green" at President Nixon's 
516 Bay Lane property. Bartlett Construction 
was paid $243.57 by Mr. Rebozo' s personal 
check on or about June 17, 1969 » Again, 
records i-eviewed by the Consaittee do not 
reflect reimbursement to Mr„ Rebozo for this 
expenditure. 

5. The Committee has received documents reflecting 
l-Ir. Rebozo' s order, shortly after the November 
1972 Presidential election, for the construction 
of a swimming pool at President Nixon's 500 Bay 
Lane property. The aforesaid documents reflect 
pa^.-ment to Catalina Pools, Inc. in the amount of 
$10,100.00, in checks dated hstr.-feBn November 20 
and December 18, 1972, x^^ritten on the "viakefield, 
Hewitt and Webster Trust Account" at the First 
National Bank of i-iiami. Notations appearing on 
the November 20, 1972, check of $1,000,00 include 
'i>epo3Z-C on ov/iLmmiing pooi. c^n'*ract ^or. _jjO 
Bay l^ne . . . Pvebozo, C. G." Further evidence 
obtained indicates that' approximately eight 
months after the above expenditures ware made. 



2/ This check was missing from records provided hy 
l-Ir, Rebozo to the Committee. 



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and after the President was advised of the IRS 
investigation into the receipt and return by Mr. 
Rabozo of the Hughes' $100,000.00, reimburseraant 
V7as made to Mr. Rebozo for the sv/irnming pool 
out of the President's personal funds. Evidence 
received reflects that on August 13, 1973, a 
check to Mr. Babozo in the amount of $13,542.52 
was signed by P<ose Mary Woods on President Nii^on's 
bank account 2-0527-4, 

6. The conaoittee has obtained evidence that on or 
about November 15, 1972, Mr, P>3bozo ordered a • 
heater frora Belcher Oil Co. for the pool at 
the President's 500 Bay Lane property. The 
heater was paid for on February 20, 1973, by 

a check in the anount of $1,727.26 drawn on 
funds in the "Wakefield, Hewitt and Webster 
Trust Account" at the Key Biscayne Bank. 
Further evidence before this Coranittee indicates 
that this Trust Account included a deposit of 
$4,552.50 froai an account entitled Florida 
Nixon for President. This last account consisted 
of campaign contributions received and retained 
frcni the 1988 Presidential election. As a result, 
it appears that Belcher Oil Co» may have been 
paid with funds originally obtained as campaign 
contributions. 

7. The evidence obtained to data reflects that on 
or about Ncvenber 18, 1972, Mr. P^bozo ordered 
fro!3 Climatrol Corporation a "screen enclosure" 

to be installed around the pool at the President's 
500 Bay Lane property- Eet^.-zean, on or about 
Novetnber 27, 1972, and December 23, 1972, 
Climatrol received three checks totaling $3,300.00 
drawn against the "Wakefield, Hewitt and Webster 
Trust Account" in the First National Bank of 
Miani. The docuir.ents available to the Cornjiittea 
to da ';e do not reflect conclusively whether the 
aforementioned check to I'lCo Pvebozc oz ?lJ;,ci2,jZ 
drawn against the President's funds on August 13, 
1973, was intended to repay Mr, Rsbo-^o for the 
$3, 600 „ 00 expended on the screens. 



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8. Evidence received by the Corrruittee reflects 
that on November 21, 1972, Mr„ Rsbozo ordered 
froa Paul's Carpet Co,, Inc., the installation 
of 132 yards of carpeting for the pool area at 
the President's 500 Say Lane property, ilr. 
Pxebozo V7as billed at the Key Biscayne Bank for 
this expenditure and payment of $1,277,64 was 
made from a V/akefield, Hewitt and Webster 
Trust Account, Again, records available to date 
are not conclusive as to whether the President 
reiaibursed Mr, Rabozo for this expense. 

9. Doc'jsients received by this Committes further 
reflect that on or about November 17, 1973, llx: 
Pvebozo ordered from J. H, Clagett work to be 
done at the President's 500 Bay Lane property. 
The work is identified in the documents as 
"extending existing roof to cover patio." 
Information furnished the Cotcnittee indicates 
that this expenditure amounted to $6,508.11 
which was not furnished frcni President Nixon's 
personal funds. According to records received 
to date, the $6,503.11 was paid by "Thomas H. 
Wakefield" in December of 1972. 

10, Evidence received by the Cornmitcee indicates 
that ilr. Reboso ordered on January' 26, 1973, 
furniture for the "pool area" to be sent to 
"Ilr, PvObert H. Abplanalp, 478 Bay Lane, Key 
Biscayne, Florida." Information obtained by 
the Committee, however, indicates that the 
furniture was actually ordered for the 
President, was intended to match the fabric 
of similar furniture at his San Clemen te home, 
snd that 473 Bay Lane, while owned by 21r, 
Abplanalp, was leased to the U,3, Government. 
Further information indicates that the 47S 
Bay Lane property does not include a pool. 
Doc-omen ts received by the Committee indicate 
the firm of Bouterse, Borrelli and A.lbaisa was 
paid by -ir. ?^bjzo --akir.,~ :1.="^7::: ^its to their 
account at the Key Bisca37ne Bank. Ti;e fir it 
deposit for $1,519,-50 was made on February 1, 
19 73. The second payment was disclosed to the 



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firm in a letter of February 20, 1973, from 
I'Ir. Rabozo's bookkeepar enclosing a deposit 
by Mr. Rsbozo to the firm's account of $210.78, 
Again, based on evidence available, we are 
unable to determine if President Nixon Reimbursed 
Mr. Rebozo for these payments. 

11. Evidence received by the Committee reflects 
that a fireplace was added to the President's 
home at 516 Bay Lane at a cost of $3,588.00, 
which x-7as paid on March 26, 1973. The review 
of records available to date does not reflect 
that President Nixon's personal funds were 
used for payment to either J. H. Clagett, Inc., 

the contractor, or Artistic Stona, the subcontractor. 

12. The Committee has received documents and 
testimony that Mr. P^ebozo paid $1,138. 80 by 
personal check on or about i-Iarch 20, 1970, 
to Well Brandt's Billiard Supply Inc. VHiile 
records indicate the order for a "pool table" 
was from Mr. P^ebozo at 490 Bay Lane, the 
evidence before the Committee indicates that 
Mr. Rebozo does not have a pool table at 

his 490 Bay Lane residence. Further evidence 
indicates that a pool table i^as obtained 
for President Nixon's home at 516 Bay Lane, 

13. Evidence received by the Committee to data 
reflects that neither of President Nixon's 
attorneys, Messrs. KaLmbach and DeZferco, 
v;ere aware of the above-listed expenses and 
the President's accountant, I-Ir. Arthur Blech, 
learned only of the expenditure for the 
construction of a swimming pool when, a year 
later, a check appeared payable to Ilr. P-abozo. 

Purchase of 500 and 516 Bay Lana, Kev Bisca-rna , 
Florida 

1. On August 20, 1973, Coopers and Ly brand re- 
ported to President and- Mrs, Nixcn that the 
proceeds of a $65 j 000 loan from the First 



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National Bank of Miami were appliad to the 
purchase of properties at 500 and 516 Bay Lane, 
Key Biscayne, Florida, The Coopers Lybrar.d 
■ Report reflects that personal funds of President 
Nixon went to repay the $55,000 loan and the 
$3,504.00 interest on September 4, 1959. 

2o The Conimittee has received evidence that 
the note of January 20, 1969, for the 
$65,000 loan was signed by "C. G. Rebozo." 
The First National Bank of Miasii's ledger 
sheet for said loan bears the notation next 
to Mr. Rebozo 's nane "For Richard M. and 
Patricia Nixon." 

3. The Committee has also received a copy of a 
letter from the Senior Vice-President of 
the Key Biscayne Bank dated September 4, 
1959, to the First National Bank of Miami 
which reads, in pertinent part, as follows: 

"Enclosed you will find our Cashier's 
Check no, 10354 in the amount of 
. $55, 763. 75 of which $65,000 is payment 
on the principal note of Mr. C. G. 
Reboso and $783,75 for interest." 

4o The Connittee would appreciate learning 

under what circimstances Mr, Pvabozo incurred 
the above-described obligation relating to 
President Nixon's property and what, if any, 
consideration he received for incurring said 
obligation. 

5. The Committee has also received evidence 
that on March 12, 1973, the sum of $55,000 
was transferred from the President's account 
to Mr. Rebozo as a three-year loan payable 
to ":Ir"„ Patricia Co:<: 



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at S% interest. This amount was apparently 
part of the proceeds of a sale of property by 
President Nixon on Decem'Der 28, 1972." Sased 
on the evidence available to it, the Coramittee 
is unable to determine if the transfer of 
$65,000 to Mr. Rsbozo on March 12, 1973, is 
related in any way to the note for $65,000 
described in the preceding paragraphs. 

H. Other Expenses Paid from Camoalgn Contributions 

1. The Coimnittee has obtained documents which 
reflect that J-Ir. Rebozo, on February 19, I969, 
reimbursed the Florida Hixon for President 
campaign account for "various bills advanced 
Ri'51, Pers." Mr. Rebozo' s checlc in the aaount 
of $426.87 appears to have been a reiabursa- 
ment for contributions used to pay certain 

of President Nixon's personal expenses. 

2. Documents and testimony received by the 
Committee indicate I'Ir. Rebozo, pursuant to 
instructions of Mr. Ehrlichman, traaisnitted 
approximately $l,4l6.l8 to f»Ir. Kalmbach for 
payment to Messrs. Jaclc Caulfield and 

Tony Ulasewicz. The above amount was fur- 
nished from 1968 campaign contributions 
remaining in the Florida for Nijcon account 
• and was withdrai;«i in April 1969, 

I. Other S>:penses Paid oy Mr. Rebozo 

1. Evidence obtained by the Committee to data 
reflects that Mr, Rebozo issued personal 
checks for a variety of expenses incurred hj 
President Kixon between January 2h, 1909 
and May 12, 1970, which totaled 3831,6o. 
Further, other documents reviewed to date 
reflect only a single possible reimbursement 
to Mr. Rebozo of $127.77 on February l4, I969. 



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J. Return by Mr. Rf3bo2o of the ■'^100,000.00 Hur-rhas 
ConT:rioution ' ' 

1. 111-. Rebczo has testified that President liixon 
advised hira to return the $100,000 contri- 
bution in the spring of 1973 after Mr.. Rebozo 
had been contacted by the Internal Revenue 
Service. 

2. Mr. Herbert Kalmbach has testified that on 
April 30, 1973, Mr. Rebozo told hiii that the 
President had advised Mr. Rsbozo to speak to 
Mr. Kalmbach, rather than to Mr. Maurice 
Stans, concerning the $100,000 in cash that 
Mr. Rebozo had received from Mr. Hughes. 

3. Mr. Kalmbach further testified that. lir. Rebozo 
told him at their meeting on April 30, 1973, 
that he had disbursed part of these funds to 
"Rosemary Woods, to Don Ilixon, to Ed Nixon, 
and to xmnamed others during the intsirvening 
years," and that he vras to meet with the IRS 

to discuss the contribution shortly thereafter. 

4. The committee received further testimony from 
Mr. Kalmbach that he indicated to Mr. Rebozo 
that he should get the best tax lai^yer he 
could find and lay out the facts of the matter 
exactly to the I.R.S." According to- Mr. 
Kalmbach, Mr. Rebozo expressed "grave reser- 
vations" about follcv;ing that course of action 
since Mr. Rebozo said "this touches the 
President and the President's family, and I 
just can't do anything to add to his problems 
at this time." 

5. Tlie Committee has also received svrorn testimony' 
TT.evitioned earlier, that on or about April 30, 
1973j ''tr. Lavrrence Higby vfas advised by 

Mr, H. R. Haldeman that President Nixon had 
informed Mr. Kaldeman that Mr. Rebozo had 
approximately $400, COO. 00 that v/as available 
to defray legal expenses incurred by J'lessrs. 
HaldemeJi and Shrlichman in the future. 



39-340 0-74 



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6. Ifhile the CoTLT.ittee has been unable to deter- 
ir.lns conclusively whether any of the individuals 
allegedly specified by Rebozo to ICalrr.bach in 
their conversation of April 30 » 19733 actually 
received any part of the Hughes' $103,000.00 

it has received evidence that portions of cash 
contributions have been provided in the past 
to Messrs. Edward and Donald Nixon. For ex- 
ample, Mr. Kalmbach testified under oath that 
on or about April 29, I969, ^■'^- Ehrlichman 
approved the payment of $3^000 in cash to '-Lr. 
Ed Nixon froni a $25,000 cash contribution from 
Mr, D. K. Ludv;ig. In addition, Mr. P. Donald 
Nixon "had been paid expenses of 06, 50O in 
late 1968" from campaign contributions left 
over from 1968 and stored at the Riggs National 
Bank Safe Deposit Box No. E^29 according to 
documents received by the Select Cornmittee. 
(See Exhibit D) 

7. The Committee has received evidence that Mr. 
Rebozo was first interviewed by the Internal 
Revenue Service about the receipt of tha 
$100,000.00 contribution, on or about J'lay 10, 
1973, and the Committee has received testimonj 
that the contact by the Internal Revenue Serv: 
had some effect on Rebozo 's decision to returj 
the $100,000.00 

8. Taa CoTr_~ittee has received evidence that on o 
about May 19, 1973j ''^<. Rebozo met with Mr. 
Richard Banner in Washington, D.C., to discuj 
the $100,000.00 contribution and to request 
that Danner take the contribution back. 
Furthermore, the Committee has received swor; 
testimony that on the following day. May 20, 
1973, ^■'^'' Danner and Mr. Rebozo met with 
President Nixon at Camp David, Maryland, for 
a period of time that is in dispute.' Mr. 
Rebozo has testified that at this particular 
time, he ',;as having great difficulty in 
persuading Mr. Danner to take back the 
contribution. 



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K. l\no--rledp;e of the Internal Revenue Service and 
Special Prosecutor Inve3tis:ation 

1. Tas committee has received sv/orn testirr.ony 
Trom Mr. John Shrlichinan that he informal 
Mr. Rebozo that the IRS v;as going to contact 
hira prior to their first contact. 

2. In addition^ the Cotn.TU.ttee has received testi- 
mony that there were, apparently, discussions 
■betvreen President Nixon, Jlr. Rsbozo and General 
Haig relating to the nature of the IRS investi- 
gation into the receipt of the $100,000.00 

3. The Committee has also received testiEony that 
on May 23^ 1973j one day after The President's 
statement on Watergate to the ITatio.n, General 
Alexander Haig and The President's counsel, 
Mr. Leonard Garment, apparently spoke vri-th 

Mr. William Simon, then Deputy Secretary of the 
Treasury, regarding the status of the IRS 
investigation of I'Ir. Rebozo. This matter was 
apparently further discussed between General 
Haig, Mr. Garment, Mr. Fred Buzhardt and 
Mr. Chapman Rose, and General Haig apparently 
reported on this discussion to President Nixon 
vrith the recom-iiandation that Mr. Rebozo obtain 
"a qualified tax attorney." 

k. Testimony before the ConwJLttee indicates that- 
the President requested General Haig to obtain 
the name of a qualified tax attorney and to 
furnish it to Mr, Rebozo, Mr. Rebozo there- 
after retained Mr. Kenneth Gem.-ill, an attorney 
i-rho also represented President ITixo.n on tax 
matters during this same period. 

5. The Committee has received inforT.ation that on 
one occasion Ge.neral Haig apparently advised 
Mr. Gemmill that a Federal Reserve Board report 
relating bo Mr. Rebozo might create proble-os, 
which Mr. G-e-iL-iill apparently assumed related to 
the Board's examination of the serial nur.bers 
of the $100 bills actually returned by 
Mr. Rebozo to ."-Lr. Hughes on June 27, 1973. 



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6. General Haig has testified before this Com- 
mittee that he received reports "periodically" 
fron Mr. Gemraill on the status of the IRS in- 
vestigation of I-Ir. Rabozo. In addition, General 
Haig testified that President Nixon had advised 
him that "Mr. Rabozo frequently received money, 
campaign money, which he normally would process 
through to the proper campaign recipients," 

and the President stated that Mr. Rebozo had 
done this for "a number of years." 

7. Former Attorney General Elliot Richardson 
testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee 
on November 8, 1973, that General Haig called 
him on October 18, 1973, t-^^o days before Special 
Prosecutor Cox was dismissed, to advise him of 
President Nixon's concern that Special Prosecutor 
Archibald Cox had begun an investigation into 
the receipt by Mr, Rabozo of the Hughes' 
$100,000.00 cash contribution. On or about 

the same date, the President's counsel, Mr. 
Fred Buzhardt, prepared a letter to the IRS 
' " ' for the signature of Miss Rose Mary VJcods, 
President Nixon's executive secretary. The 
letter related to Miss Wood's knowledge of 
Mr. Rebozo's receipt of the $100,000.00, vrhich 
infortnation she allegedly received at the time 
^b:, ?v2bozo received said payments. 

As noted above, the Connittee will appreciate receiving 
relevant information and docjmentsthat the President is able 
to furnish that will assist in clarifying the above-described 
matters. 



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TiiE "iVIMTK KOUSK 



CONFIDENTIAL 



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February 17. l'}.',9 



MEMOR.'\NDUM FOR: MR. EH..ILICHVLAN 



Bs3e Rebozo has been asked by ths President to contact J. Paul 
Getty in London regarding major contributions. 

BaB'S would like advice from you or sci"necn.e as to Iiow this can 
legally and tec'uiica'.ly be handled. Tl\e funds should go to soma 
operating entity other than the National Cccn^rsiutoe so that we re- 
tain full control oi their use. 

Do34 v/ould appreciate your >:-11'!'.j hlin -.vith this advica as so in 
as p:)3sibls since the President has asked him to inove quickl'/- 



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S:.uX.z 900 MoiCpoJ: TA.natiCA.oZ F.lc.za. 

550 Ha'.-po.-iJ: CzivtcA. V'-Uve. 

ViSi'^pO'lt ozo.c'n, CcL'LiyO!ivJ.a 92650 

VtcJi HzKb- 

Encloizd (,lnd OJi ad'HtionoJ. ciizch. in i/ia ar.ov.rji 
OjJ $200.00. TItJj, viUJi cJt Izait to.kz caJtz o^ iliz 
$320.00 6iaZ?jrt(i;it c.'/i^c'i ijou -wio havz, 

0\)eA. iiiz L'.'^dke.fid , I ipckz i'.vj£/i John E!iALich<riaii 
and zxptcJ.nzd to Ivjn thaX .IX. had. bzzn dzcJ-d.zd. .tjiajt 
ihz ZitJiQiA. boJjpjicz i.':'i-ic.h I :.-.?jiJxoiizd -to 'Jcj. v^ilZ b^ 
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EXHIBIT C 

Itenlzed Expenditures on tha Presidential Homes (500 and 5l6 Bay Lane) In 

Key Blscayne According to Docuaents in the Possession of the Select Coian ittee 

Vendor Date of Site 

and Type of Worlt Payment Amount of Work Agent Means of Payaeat 

1. 
B.B.A. Architects 

(job expenses) I/18/69 295.65 500 Bay La. Re^iozo Payment by Mr. Rebozo Form 

of Payment Unknown 

B.B.A. Architects 

(fee) 2/10/69 !+00.00 5OO Bay La. Rebozo Cash from Mr. Rebozo 

B.B.A. Architects 

(fee) 3/7/69 UOO.OO 500 Bay La. Rebozo Cash from Mr. Rebozo 

B.B.A. Architects 

(job expenses) 3/1V69 100.00 5OO Bay La. Rebozo Payment by Mr. Rebozo Form 

of Payment Unknown 

B.B.A. Architects 

(fee) 3/19/69 300.00 500 Bay La. Rebozo Cash from Mr. Rebozo 

B.B.A. Architects 

(fee) V2/69 581.00 500 Bay La. Rebozo Cash from Mr. Rebozo 

Designer's Floor- 
ing (Repair and 
Replace Tile) h/ll/69 75^.00 5OO Bay La. Rebozo Cash from Mr. Rebozo 

2. 
L,L, & P Arch- 3. 

itects (fee) h/lh/69 1297.3O 516 Bay La. Rebozo Payment by the President 

Babcock Construct- 
ion Coiapany %/ll4-/69 65OO.OO 516 Bay La. Rebozo Payment by the President 

Babcock Const. 

Conpany 5/5/69 1210. 36 500 Bay La. Rebozo Payment by the President 

Babcock Const. Co. 5/13/69 kS^.OS 5OO Bay La. Rebozo Payment by the President 



1. "B.B.A, Architects " is an abbreviation for Bouterse^ Borrelli, and Albaisa 
Architects - Planners; I'liani, Florida, 

2. "LjL, S: ? Architects" is an abbreviation for Little, Lair, and PiUcington, 
Architects, formerly of ydami, Florida'. 

3. This notation reflects the Committee staff's understanding that these payments 
vers made by the President. 



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ex}'j:i:it C coi.t. 










Vendor 


Date of 




Site 




ani T;,i)3 of Work 


P?.j-i?.3nt 


Amount. 


of V.'ork 


Asent 


Babcook Const. Co. 


5/13/69 


1550.75 


500 Bay La. 


■Jebozo 


Babcock Const. Co. 


5/1V69 


320.33 


516 Bay La. 


Rebozo 


Bab cock Const. Co. 


5/1^/69 


1^79.l6 


516 Bay La. 


Hebozo 


Babcock Const. Co. 


5/16/69 


8265.00 


516 Bay la.. 


Rebozo 


Desisnsrs Floor- 


5/27/69 


300.00 


516 Bay La. 


Rabozo 


Bartl3tt Const. 
(Putting gresn) 


6/17/69 


2it3-5r 


516 Bay La. 


Febozo 


L,L, J: P Arch- 
itects (fee) 


6/19/69 


835.00 


516 Bay La. 


Rebozo 


Rablin-Shelton. 
(furnishings) 


6/19/69 


10,000. 


500 Bay La. 


Rebozo 



Designer's 
Flooring 

Caldvell-Scott 
Constr-actioa 

Babcock Const. Co. 

Babcook Const. Co. 

Caldvrell-Scott 

Construction 

Poblin-Shelton 



I.eans of Pa.^TTieat 
Paynent by the President 
Paynent by- the President 
Payment by the President 
Payment by ths President 

Cash from Mr. Hsbozo 

f-Ir. aebozo's Personal Check 

Paynant made by the President 

Payment by the President 



7/19/69 600.00 516 Bay La. Rebozo Cash froa Mr. Rebozo 

T/31/69 1^,622.13 500 Bay La. Rebozo Payment by the President 

3/11/59 11,978.814- 516 Bay La. Hebozo Mr. Rabozo's Personal Check 

8/11/69 11,307.12 516 Bay La. Rebozo Payraent by the President 

8/21/69 588.25 500 Bay La. Rebozo Paj-nent by the President 

10/2/69 12,000. 5003:516 Bay Rebozo Paynent by the President • 
Lane 



Babcock Const. Co. 10/l0/69 6,239.>*k- 50O Bay La. Rebozo Pa^-'ment by the President 



Ketil Tech., Inc. 

Brand c Billiards 
Catalina Pool Co. 



? 31^.30 516 Bay Lane ? Pai"?.snt by the President 

3/20/72 1138.80 516 Bay La. Rebozo Eabozo pers. chack 

11/20/72 1,000.00 500 Bay La. Rebozo Paynent fron W,h:, Si W 4. 



Catalira Pool Co. 11/22/72 5,935.00 5OO Bay La. Rebozo Paj-sent frorr. w',H, 2; W 

Tnist Account 



h. '"■'■',>;, c: v; Trust Account'' is an abbreviation for v'akofield, He'vitt, and v.'eooter 
Trust Account. This Miami lav firm, used trust accounts held at both the First irational 
Bank of Miasi and the Key Biscayr.e Bank and Ti-ust Cocipany to sake these paj-riaats . 



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k-ciii^iT c coriT. 

Vsnior Date of Site 

an I T.'.'pJ of '■•for-: Pa.'.^iarit Arriount of '.-fork Aj-sn-t t'^ans of Pa>— 2-t 

Catalina Pool Co. 11/23/72 2,000.00 500 Bay La. ReiDozo Payr-ant fro.-a y,H, i y 

Trust Account 

Catalina Pool Co. 12/i8/t2 1,165.00 500 Bay La. Re"bozo Pay:::9nt froa U, H, & U 

Trust Accouat 

Clin:atrol, Inc. 5 

(Screening for Pool) 12/23/72 2600.00 500 Bay La. Bro'-ra Payriant froa ¥, H 8: W 

(1500 and Trvist Account 

1100) 

Clinatrol, Inc. I2/29/72 1000.00 5OO Bay La. Brown Payment from W, H, h. 'if 

Trust Account 

Paul's Carpet, Inc. 

(Pool Carpet) 12//72 1217. 6k 500 Bay La. Brown PajTseat froa w"-, H, 8: W 

Trust Account 

Belcher Oil Co. 

(Pool Heater) 2/20/73 1727-26 500 Bay La. Brown Paysent froa W, H, & W 

Trust Account 

B.3.A, Architects 

(Poor Furniture) 2/1/73 1519-50 500 Bay La. Sebozo Paynent "by Mr. Hebozo For^ 

of Pa^nnent Urino'-m 

B.3.A. A.rchitects 

(pool Furniture) 2/20/73 210.78 5OO Say La. Rabozo Cash froniMr. Rebozo 

Clagett Const. 

(Pool related const. 12/8/72 8508.11 Payrnant by "Thoaas 

500 Bay La. Rebozo h. ^Jskef ield" ' 

Clagett Const. 

(Fireplace) 5/T3 3533,00 5l6 Bay I^. Rebozo U-nVno-v-n 



5. i'!r. Jack './. 3ro-./n is th3 auditor of the Kay iiiscayr.e Basic arid Tr-ast Conpaay. 
Mr. Brovm testified he "''as acting as an agent for Mr. Rabozo in these instances. 



12448 



_ , f'i^TLnBIT D ■ .'' ' tu'rnec! over to the Cornm 

;• til3G3 National Bank Safe Deposit Boz No. E i>29 " "l]'''' on May; 17. 1973. b^, 
• ^. ? ^^-. -. -^T T, -, A « Maurice Stans who re- ■- 

. Ilaln onice, 1:303 Pennsylvania Avenue - ■ .,.,.„,■ 

■ .7^^<,,„^v„„ n r* ceived it i.rom Heroert 

A!:;:na Mrs. Axnanda Sweeney. Safe DoDoslt Department Kalmbach shortly after ;. 
Tsl^T^hone? {202) ST. 3-5600, Extension 311 January 24, :1972). ; ■ .;-,^ 

iV.Chroaolosy of receipts and dlslmrasn-entsj • ."'■:..-'■•.■.'' •-'•■"•::;:; 

Sa/2V59 ' HVJK and WDR opened bos with an initial deposit ■ .o/'-- • • :.--.^i.-,i'-■ 
:V 3 ' •.: W ^^ ^733,952.20 " ■■ •■V;;-::^. .T:^- :^ 

■ 3/28/70 --TWE and FIIH withdrew ^,300,000 (;J200,000 brought .V^^V;y-. /.':/::■ -j^lv- 

',- ';.•.■■■.-, out to California by FKH for Initial deposit to .-/J ■•4*^"-..- --■■.■.■-^-';^."'' 

--;•''■:-•.•'-;.. the Crockor-Cltizens box in Los Angeles; tha- ■-—'•:- •^.-. = ■.->•:—;— ^ 

■--'•• rr-■:-•■■-•^ <?ther ;>100,000 vas used to (a) reimburse the / /'^ .-'■'■■•'•.- vj.- 

"■:',.. ::■■.' X Security Pacific box in NB for §45,000 of tha . >^-. - • .1;--V:^^' •• 

*tSP';<^^^ ■ *^^?5535i5 earlier dlribursed in California and ; i--- : v /jf-'V" 

"r.^^Ty-.-y:' $557000 was dlsbdrsed to KDKG as reinbursenent .■•:.'•. '-•■"•*-• --'^"' 

■'; ' • to the fi3na for a loan of that amount obtained J !-• 'Vy. '"-?-' r 

' " = ■ ';'■■! by tha firm which -v?as needed to enable the "v'v^/' -'; "V-. 

;-,:;;;;^;'; earlier $100,000 disbursal). Balance-; §'>33,9i)2,2Q -'j^: Vr -A^^r^v-- 

7/17/70 ':■ HWK and FfiH withdrew $333,952,20 ($l'i,500 was ■ -■ ■:'^<--''r^^''^:^.'- 

:'.-: paid over to JAG* that date by HWK; 5?258,iJ-52.20 i/*'.- " '^^^:''i 

. : was taken to California by FKR for deposit in the..:-. .;..>•,• ■..—''j| ., 

') Croolcer-Citl2ens box when such was deposited -/^^^:f:r V- •*.'>-; 

■'.on 7/21/70 by ir.'.'K and Fi'IR and a complete count ; '• '^Jv ;.>-■/•:■ :•; 
:'. inade it was found that the total was actioally ..;•,-."■." -■ -• 

;' $253,i^52.20, i.e, 5?5,00O short which was probab?^^- -■■•■'- - 
•■ due to an ir^ccurate pencil notation on a sealed .:-;'^-'.. 
-envelope in the box fron which envelope FDiJ had. ';•!.'■■ 
■.teen paid expenses in late I968 of ;?6,5C/05 and \ " '"/ '^ 
■ $59,000 went to the Sec\irlty Pacific bo3 In IIB), ' ' j/;v ■ - ■■- 
,. Balance: §100,000 : . V.. :^ '^\:.'-l-. 

■ /^{covered §9,000 for Kassachusetts poll (MG), - ..ldi:'.„:i.L^lI- 
.,KC special of J;i,000, :^1,500 to California for y'.- M-'-^^^'C 
■recount, $3,500 to JAG for expenses, and j?1,500 1'' ' 

-'■- for Ilasruder ^outh Couiiiittee) . ■■■'■■■■ 

~::o 'cox I<e7S Issued, one to each of the follovrinq i 

Join': "access ^u^ltorized to any two of the f ollowlng: ^ 

■ Barber':: W, Kalnbach " ' ■ .' . •■ ■ 

tihoraa y, Evans, .' : ■.:•M.!;^'■.-ii■;.:;■^:" 

,;■-■, ?rar.c 3 H, Halne, Jr. 



12449 



EXHIBIT 2 

::; %/;ii vt i;ou 

WA3 1 i I r; G i o ^i 
ou^e 20, i97< 



Dear Senacors Ervin and Saker: 

I ant sorry for the delr.y in responding to your letter ot June 
6, 1974, requesting comment from the President on certain 
iwaJtors sot forth therein. As you \vill understand, there has 
li;>iMi very li(.l;l(} u|>|)i>i*tuiiity li> I'l-vicw it with tlu! President 
III vinw >'f M.I i-«c.ml. Umi> U. Ilxi MitUIU. I'lci.-.L.. llc.\Vi-v>u-. 
Ciurijig the President's absence I did review your lettex- with 
his counsel and today reviewed it with the President. 

The staff surrvmaries contained in your letter of evidence 
described as being before your Committee are so uninforma- 
tiva and obscure that intelligent cotiament is not possible. 
Nor would any useful purpose Be served by entering upon a 
point-by-point discussion of the nature and purported support 
tor the nnany wholly unjustified innuendoes and inferences 
stated or suggested by the materials in your letter and the 
jnisleading manner invvhich they are arranged. lathis 
connection. I note that extensive materials fz-om the Comniittee 
investigation paralleling portions of your letter appear in a 
loiigthy and detailed article in today's New York Titnes . As 
to i-p.atters referred to of v/tiich the President might be e.xpected 
t-T iiave first-hand knowledge, such as any major e.xrpenditures 
oil his properties at Key Biscayne, the summary reflects only 
'.:!iiui'iii ilii'ti "wifli" iic<-" or "docunuMit,';" rccoivod by the Committee, 
l.lio Kourco unci auLhoiiticity of wli'ich .iro u»itliiio]i>:;ii(I. Tin; 
President has made public an audit of his affairs dated August 
20, 1973, certified by Coopers and Lybrand, which, he is 
co>.rident, raflecfced fully his receipts and expenditures for 
the period covered. 

I ooiicvo tii^vt the only useful coaimant that can be made i;i 
i'oopon.so to you:- lolicr is lo convoy thu Pi-esidcu!;' s j-iisuranco 



12450 



th-at ho never instracled C. G, Hebo--.o to raise and inaiataLn 
fu:iJo fro be e.-^pendcci on ihc Presidctic's perso^ial behalf, 
nor, so iar as he knows, was this ever doae. 



C 



Sincerely, 

Fames D. St. Clair 
Special Counsel to the President 




Honorable Sam J. Ervin, Jr., U.S.S. 
Honorable Howard H. Saker, Jr., U.S.S. 
United States Senate 
Select Coinmitcee on Presidential 
Campaign Activities 
Washington, D. C. 20510 



12451 



EF COUNSEL AND STAFF DIRECTOR 



EXHIBIT 4 



^tnileh Pieties ^ en ale 



WASHINGTON. D.C. ZOSIO 



January 16, 1974 



Chester C. Davis, Esq. 
One State Street Plaza 
New York, N. Y. 10004 

Dear Mr. Davis: ' • 

As you must be aware, our investigation has now reached the 
stage where it is necessary to question your client, Howard 
R. Hughes. 

Accordingly, I would appreciate it if you would speak with 
Mr. Hughes and make arrangements so that he will be 
available for questioning by the Senate Select Committee. 

Please be advised that every effort will be made to accom- 
modate Mr. Hughes with regard to the time and place where 
the session is to be conducted. 

If you have any questions with regard to the foregoing, please 
do not hesitate to call. 



Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter. 
Sincerely, 



-w^^ui r^'-^Y^-\^ 



Terry Lenaner ^ 
Asst. Chief Couns 



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EXHIBIT 15 



■i •>:()'vA:-;f;!.'M 



CONFIDENTIAL 



'HE \VHirK lIGUSi: 



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Fobraary 17. i'3,^9 



MEMORANDUM FOR: MR. EH RLICH MAN 



BsBe Rebozo has bean asked by tha President to contact J. Paul 
Getty in London regarding major contributions. 

BaBe would like a.dv-ico from yoa or soiTiecna as to hovv this can. 
legally and tecluiicaliy be handled. The funds should go to 3on->.e 
operating entity other than the National Coai;r>i!;tce so that vye re- 
tain fvill control of their use. 

I3e3e v/ould appreciate your .,-Uin.j, hi;n -.vith thig advice as ic 5ci 
as possible since the President lias asked him to move quickly . 



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12470 

I, ( EXHIBIT 16 



KEY BISCATNB BAMK BDILDLNG 
KET BISCATNE, FLOBUlA 33149 



k^nJilli, 1969 



APRO 01959 

KNAPP & CHILLlNGWOf^TH 
LAW OFFICES 



M^. HtubeJit W. KcUbnbach 

Kaljmbach, VoMa/ico , Knapp S CktttcngiMontk 

Salto. 900 Nw^ofit TlnanclaZ Plaza 

550 hleioponX. CzvitoA Vfilve. 

Newport BzacJi, Catiionyuxi 92660 

V^oA Hzftb: 

Encloi^d {jlnd an adcLctconaZ chtck -in the. cmoant 
oi $200.00. Thii mlZ aX. tza^t takz coAt o^ ikz 
$520.00 itatzmo.nt wliich you now havt. 

OveA thz wz(LkQ,nd, I &pokz with John EhAtichman 
and zxpZalmd to kirn that XX had been dz-didzd that, 
thz taJigeA balance, which I mentxomd to you will be 
kzpt he/ie. In ofidzA to take cafie o^ ^Azquent adininii- 
th.ation-conne.cte.d co6ti which aJiLiz {^Kom tMnz to timz. 
let me know, i{^ you. need moAe. help. 

Thank you veAy much. 



CGR:lh 
EnctofiUfie 




12471 



EXHIBIT 17 



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12472 



EXHIBIT 18 



AjiTil 15, 1969 



0-3 icv; i.s t; 
s:all re;-^: 



I'iLl bo locking forv-'aid to rr..;!tin:^ with you on or about May 6t;! 
>n. I v/ili call you on I-iay Ist to cor.fira yoiir arri\'al. Lis tod 
List of axpsrsas ir.C'-Lrred by f-ys2lf anJ anot-'^r ir.-Jividual vjho 
1 na:-3les5 with resoect to jxitters of interest to J.D.E. : 



Data- March 23- Wch 20 
M'C-.-ia^LiiiLagtcn iiirrars- $4-0.00 
}iot9i ' 30.f"0 

570.00 



Dato— Hcrii 2— ----^r-i"? ^ 
r'iC 'n'ar.hir'.gton Airfi 

KOtsl 



5^.00 
L5 .00 



Tate- April 7-April 12 
rfiO Vfastiington Airfare 
Kotsl 



^40. CO 

75 .00 

§110.00 



illrxara rJxC 
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)ia3) 



;)4-0,co 

15.00 
:^i55.00 



Total 



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I ;;ould appi 
;iailed to ny rosic 



a check in t!;3 ar.o.jit in; 
14. Carlaton Iload, Ch-angabi 



licatod 



a ace 

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^orddaliy. 




^ Carleton R^a 



12473 



EXHIBIT 19 



April 17, 1969 



Ilr. Jchn D. Ehrllchr^n 
Gsnsral Ccur^sel 
The Vjriite Housa 
Washington, D. C. 

Bear Jchn: 

__ Conflriaing our convsrsation of a few ijilnutea aaro, 

I a^aT in the procssa of setting up a ''Triistae Tor Clients'' 
Account at Eacurity Pacific National Bank's Jle-wport Beach 
office hsrs Ln ths Newport Center. The initial deposit vjill 
b2 in the amount of $2l6.l8 which vas received from Eebe this 
date. I will write checks to JacJ^ Caulfiald and whcaev^r ftl^e 
yoxi K:ay authorize to receive pa;>ir:ents at such ti:ae as I i-sc^iv-^ 
the additicnal func3, 

I Villi pest Jack a check drawn on this accc-int in 
the anount of $320 after I receive tha a-iditicnal deposit 
Vfithout again chacking "with you en ths assumption that such 
dishursal "is proper. A photocopy cf Jack's Istter of April I51 
is enclosed. 

Ko dishursals will be niade frcni thi:: account yithrut 
your authorization. 



Best regards. 



Herbert W. Kalmbach 

HT.YKiarc 
Enclosure 



12474 



EXHIBIT 20 



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12475 



EXHIBIT 21 



; -EXPENSE- .'ACCOUNT 
RICHARD G. DANNER - JULY 1 q7n 



July 1-5 Entertainment expenses: 

Mrs. George Smathers 

Mrs. Herman Talmadge $150.00 

^^^y ^ Trip to San Clemente for 

^^>i^ conference at Sunimer V/hite 

^^^ I-|^.5ouse_- Limo and tips:. . . l^ , . 60.00 



-Julp 15 ■>- Burning Tree Club - Dues 
and fees 






99.66 



July 1 -31 Misc. tips, paid outs and 

other but of pocket expenses 305,17 



614.83 



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12476 



EXHIBIT 22 



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12477 



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REQUEST rOn D1S3URSS.MSNT ,/ , , ]^ 



TO ACCOUNTIMO OSFOWr'Hi^ 





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12479 



EXHIBIT 25 



.... G O 

Dec. 5, 1968 Cab Fare Hotel Key.Biscayne to Airport 9.50 
National Airlines - Miami to Las Vegas 186.90 

Dec. 6, 1958 Meals and Tips 11.50 

Dec. 7, 1968 Meals and Tips 12.00 

Dec. 8, 1968 TWA to Washington D.C. (Coach) 148.05 

Tip . 2.00 

Cab to Residence 8.50 

Jan. 5, 1969 Cab to Airport 8.50 

TWA to Las Vegas via Chicago for 2 300.30 

Tips 3.50 

Jan. 6, 1969 Meals and Tips 32,00 

Cab Fares 7.50 

Jan. 7, 1969 Meals and Tips ^ 13.50t 

Car Rental - ":^ 20.00'- 

Jan. 8, 1969 Tips and Cab Fares ~ 10.50~ 

TWA to Washington D.C, 263.41- 

Cab to Residence 8.50 

Tips 2.00 

Jan. 27, 1969 Cab to Airport 3.50 

Braniff - Washington D.C. to Las Vegas 300.30 

and return to D.C. 

Tips 2.00 

Jan. 28, 1969 Cab Fares 1.50 

Meals and Tips 10.00 

Jan. 29, 1969 TWA Las Vegas to Washington D.C. (Return 
Portion) 

Cab Fare to Airport' 3.50 

Tips - 2.00 

Cab to Resi^<?nca " 8.50 

Feb. II, l'>o3» Cab to Bus '.Ceminal • 2.50 

tiTTio to Baltimore 3.50 

United - W-s'hington to Las Vegas 150.15 

Excess 2aggage 10. 00 

Tips 2. CO 



$1,547.61 



1 aJc:,^!^ 




12480 

'' Iiiicr -s^JcparUncn I Coiicspo '^ Jcucc 

Gcn. E. Nigro Dai..J>J2niar-iL_ia. 

Richard G. Danner 

Expenses. 



I am attaching hereto receipts for expenses during my 
several visits to Las Vegas for interview with you et al. 

The first trip, you may recall, came about when Ed Morgan 
called me in Miami asking me to get in touch with H.N.O. with 
reference to an interview out here. This trip was made on 
December 5, 1968. However, I seem to have misplaced the 
voucher for the air travel. National Airlines - Miami to Las 
Vegas. 

The^ second trip was January 5, 1959 following the suggestion 
tha't I return to Las Vegas and bring Mrs. Dannerl with me in 
orcjer that she could see the place. Vouchers for air travel 
are attached hereto. "^^ • '- ■ -■'^~— "-■ - =-^-^^- ■ _^l^= 

On January 27, I returned again to Las Vegas at Bob Maheu ' s 
request at which time arrangements were finalized. Vouchers 
for this travel are included. 

February 11, I travelled from Washington to Las Vegas for the 
final trip and, as you know, am still here. 

If this submission is not in order please let me know. 



.i^/ 



Richard Danner 
RGD/ms Managing Director 



Enc: 




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12481 



EXHIBIT 26 



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Adilir-Es 


'3100 LAS V);GAS BOUJ-KVAIID south ChnrfC 


City 


LAS VEGAS Check No: 


State 


NEVADA Paid- 


Remarks 


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12484 



EXHIBIT 27 



MEMORANDUM 



TO: Jesse P. Levy 

FROM; Richard G. Danner 
SUBJECT: Expense Account 



Auqust G. 1969 



31 

■ * 1 



Attached hereto are my notes covering expenses incurred 
by nc for the period March 1 st through Jul y 31, 1969, 
totalirng $2,431.66. "" "^^ "^"^77!"!"! T" ^'»-— — « 



HCO/ms 
At tach; 



_..^ 



Richard G. Danner 
Managing Director 






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12485 



FD<rtNS^ ACCOUNT 
• • ». . 

a • • • • • 

a • • > •• * 

: : : : : : : r.g. dan-nkr Auquat e, i969 

, • • • .__ — 

H.irclJIIyfjJ • Robt. Vonn /. Dill flay - Meotina in I.as 

! S ! Vonns to discuss and ])lan lease negotiations 

• • • • ' 

„ for r,iv Sal, Crnnd n.Thamas. 

Out r)( [jocki't fixpcnsos, cab fares, tipat ,$127.00 

Tip'!, mi seel 1 nncons for balance of month: 100.00 

April 2-H) Las Vegas to Kaphington D.C., Miami, Nassau, 

I, as Vegas, Cay Sal negotiations. 
Meals, tips, cab fares: _ _ .. 2 20.00 

'T^TTl) 10- IJ Projjarations for nioviny family - Waahlngton 

^'^-Z^^ ' n.C. to Lan Vegas, crating and shipping dog j ' 44.30 

ir^-jr-TZTT- Crating and preparing for shipping personal 

records needed in l.as Vegasj 

Truck rental, iqab faros: 17r>.00 

April 1'. 2() l.as Vegas to Nalssaii - Cay Sal negotiations 

and return to Washington D.C. 
Meals, tips, cab fires and miscellaneous: 160,00 

Api i 1 1-3(1 Tips, cab fares, miscellaneous out of pocket 

ex]->ensos in I, as Vc<|a3: 14>,00 

May <i-8 /* Trip to Washiiii;ton D.C. for Nixon Dinner. 

Tij>s, mi sccl lanooiiF out of pocket oxijennest 7!.. 00 

Knt rrtainncnt - C.C. ReViozo, Jack Davis ot al 

Tips, cabs, miscol I.tiioous : 15C.00 

Mfl>' 1-31 Tipr, ralj fares, misc'" 1 1 amyous cxp^nsos in 

Las Vo:ia'-: 2 00.00 

Jniv l-n ' Tip-:, r-i -'/•• I ) an.^OU.-! : 16.00 

Juii.- .-3-11 Pniiah I ak • T.ili-jo. 

rip'", r-ralr.. ir. i ;-cc 1 loin'^ous : 60.00 

'1-iU-M t airjprnt : l')0.00 



: 1 - n> 



C.C. R.-b^^-^: 'Jl^^is^' 10.00 



'. ; 'Tips ,.. 16.00 

b3 T-f-J H.OO 

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EXHIBIT 28 



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ME.MORA^roUM 



Auqust 0, 1S)69 



TO: Jesse P, Levy 

FROM: Richard G. Danner 
SUBJECT: Expense Account 



ill 

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ALtaclied; hereto are my notes covering expenses incurred 
by jnc for the period Mar ch 1st through Jul y 31 , 1969, 
totnlirng $2, 481'. 60. '; " ~~" — " ;^ '~ "-*——. 



RGU/ins 
At tach: 



Richard G. Dannor 
Managing Director 



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T?]'", <-ab f^rer:, r- 1 -cl- 1 ) .n-.-ous expenses in 
Las '/paa«: : 

Tips, rri Rc 1 1 an'^ouT : 

liar rail." I..T'<r> Tahoe. 

Tip::, irfals, mi scol 1 Jnoous : 

Knt'T ta i ninent : 

C.C. nchoz">: 



!':(. .00 

200.00 
16.00 



60.00 
150.00 



10.00 



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Tips, Landmark, Tntoi na ti tShaLoptinlngsi 

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8.00 

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12. CO 

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9/12 32 Banner, Richard 

Frontier Hotel 
Las Vegas, Nevada 



1-43 
9/11 TM 



Sept. 11, 1970 Villa 

TcLX 

L'Dist 

Restr 

Phone 

Paid 



43.00 
1. 72 
1. 75 
5. 16 

. 75 



52. 33 



52.38 



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12490 

EXHIBIT 30 
3l25 PMGHTS - 'ivj") 



ATE 



DESTINATION 



V29/6^ 
3/30/69 

9/2/69 

■?/6/69 

9/9/69 
5/10/69 
9/11/69 
■/I 2/69 
:^/ 15/69 
9/16/69 

9/17/69 
9/13/69 

9/19/69 
9/20/69 
9/21/69 
9/22/69 



10/14/^69 
1 0/2^/69 
i0/?,9/69 
10/31/69 



i:/l/39 
[1/3/69 
L 1/5/69 
li/6/69 
11/7/69 
ri/S/69 
il/10/a9 
! 1/11/69 



Augusta, Me. - Las Vegas - Santa Ana - 
Las Vegas 

Las Vegas - Seattle - Las Vegas 
TOTAL Flying Hours for August, 1969 
t 

Las Vegas - Santa Ana - Victoria, B.C. 

Seattle - Las Vegas ? 

Las Vegas - Vancouver, B.C. '-, Santa Mon'ca 

Las Vegas ; 

Las Vegas - Los Angeles - Las Vegas 

Las Vegas - Campbell River - C^s Vegas 

Las Vegas - Dallas - Miami '^^ '- . 

Miami - Washington, D.C. - Las Vegas 

"Las Vegas - Campbell River^^IC. - Las Veg 

Las Vegas - Santa Ana - LosrAr.geles - Van Nuys 

Las Vegas - Kansas City ~^: - .■ i 

Kansas City - Washington, D.C." ' 

Washington, D.C. - Oklahoma City -Santa Ana 

Las Vegas -^-7?! .• ' | 

Las Vegas - Santa Ana - Las Vegas -" 

Las Vegas - Reno ~ ' ; c 

Reno - Kansas City - Washington, D. C. 

Washington, D.Cy- Kansas City - Salt Lake 

City - Minden - Las Vegas 

TOTAL Flying Hours for September, 1969 

Local Test .. -".i 

Las Vegas- Los Angeles - Na-.-'York 
Mew York;- Las Vegas —1 

Local Test - Las Ve^as - Si-'a ':-.'j:\\zi. - 
Las Vegas; ^^ ,- r - . 

TOTAL Flying Hours for October, 1969 



Las Vegas - Los Angeles - San Diego- Las Vegas 
Las Vegas - Kansas City - Washington, D.C. 
Washington, D.C. - LaGuariia - Washington, D.C! 
V/ashington, D.C. -Oklahoma City - Las Vegis t 
Las Vegas - Los Angeles - Las Vegas j 

Lis Vegas - Wichita Falls - Las Ve^jas ] 

Las Vegas - Dallas - Tirusville -Wichita F=.H3 I 
Wichita Falls - Las Vegas 

Las Vegas - Houscon - Tir^sviile j 

■.". .■-■.sviUa - I'ouston - Tiris.'ill; - \V.-shin::-- . Z- . .". 



TOTAL 




FLYING TIME 


PASSENGERS 




Miss Mahcu 


7.5 




5.2 




83.8 






Mr. 2: Mrs. Danner 


5.9 


Mr. Fox 




P. Maheu +3 


6.0 




1.4 




5.7 


P. Maheu +4 


■ 5.1 -■ 


T?ivo '>--'-■■' -'-■• ---:■=-■-■ 


■ 7.5 5 


Five --;. 


5.9- - -r-: 


,..i - r;;>-,-.V..,-.715CC.- I-iiS 


■--.-. 


p. Maheu + 4 


4.6- ^ 


.-2. - • -^H;- :o - LasfVez: 


• 2.1 


R. Maheu- 




- . :■■- ~i--^:i - ••• i3.":n— •:-. 


.6.6 


-:'■— ■ i 



1.4- 

1.0 

5.3 

6.9 



Mrs." Maheu. +4 



65.4 



1.2 
6.1 



2.1 



15 



1.3 
5.1 
2.0 



2.7 



Mr. Greenspan & patient 
v'couc-.) ■ . .- ... •. - '.^ 

R. Maheu- 



R. Maheu"+1 



Oklahoma City - Las Vegas 



12491 




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12494 



EXHIBIT 32 






HCIti AND VIllAS 



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v.ilu.ihlo. (llu^^ l.i- 
plated iM'tl..>.ifc ill 
llicDllii-coihcrwiu- 
ihc-iM.in.igeiiKiit uill 
not be responsible* io 
an> loss. 






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Page 1 



Friday, March 20, 1970 



8:12 Ret. Max Fisher's call & t. 



8:19 Mr. Tauro called & t. 



8:21 SAW Jack Landau 



8:29 Talked to Mr. Tauro 



8:30 Ambassador Davis called & t. 



8:40 SAW Sen. Javits 



9:28 Johnnie Walters called & t. 



9:30 Called Bob Haldeman & t. 



9:40 SAW Mr. Leonard 



9:45 Called Secretary Hickel &: t. 

9:50 Left for Verification Panel Meeting at 

White House 

1:00 Lunched with Dr. Kissinger 

2:20 Ret. Bill Rehnquist's call & t. 

2:25 SAW Jack Landau 

2:30 Left office for home and Miami 

3:30 Leave Union Station on the Florida Special, car 

FS 31 Bedroom Suite F & G, Bedroom H 
Attorney General, Mrs. Mitchell and Marty, 
Bedroom I-D, Creedon and Hogan 



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12504 

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MR. MITCHELL -- Monday, March 23, 1970 

10:30 f/rr\ Arrived Washington, D.C. 

Tuesday, March 24, 1970 - , ^ -/- /.y A/ 

10:40 SAW Mr. Kleindienst ^^-^"^-^^^'''^^^ 

11:00 Called Mr. Rehnquist & t. 

11:05 SAW Norman CarlsoiJ 

11:12 SAW Bill King 

11:18 Called Mrs. Mitchell 8i t. 

11:25 Called John Dean & t. 

11:30 Re.t. Mr. Kleindienst's call & t. 

11:40 SAW Mr. & Mrs. Kashiwa and cousins from 

Tokyo 

12:00 Left office for Andrews AFB to go back 

to Key Biscayne 



12505 

. . . '. EXHIBIT 37 

-- RICHARD' G, BANNER 

EXPENSE ACCOUNT - AUGUST 1970 



August 4 Entertainment expenses - Mr. & Mrs. 

Andy Granatelli 50.00 

August 9^12 To Nevport Beach - Meals and tips 50.00 ' 

Aug. 19-20 To Maimi, Fla. - Conference with 
C.G. Rebozo (HNO) , meals, tips, 
cab fares (air credit card) 75.00 



iAiiS. 21-24 To Washington D.C." (H.N. a.)'' 2' "~" 

"#^3 conferences re TWA ~~"^~' ~^^ --i-^ 150.00 



Aug*. 25 Return to Las Vegas Via Los An^eleV ^"'^^^ 
(air credit card), tips at hotel, 
limo, airport (HNO) 70.00 

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"RICHARD" G. BANNER 
EXPENSE ACCOUNT - OCTOBER 1970 

Oct. 1-10 Dues - Ex-FBI Agents Society 25.00 

Fee's - TWA Ambassadors Club 15.00 

Oct. 11-16 Hughes Invitational: 

Tips, caddy fees 100.00 

Oct. 26-30 To Washington D.C, conference re 
'^^ TWA suite - Ed Morgan et al, meals 

^g tips, limo - HNO .....^'~- -ISp.jOO 

'~'~~ To Miami - conference C.G.Rebozo 

meals, tips, entertainment, limo, 125.00 

Return to Las Vegas 

To Anaheim, Ex FBI Agents Society 

Convention, tips, meals, limo, 

registration 190.00 

Burning Tree Club - dues and fees 44.84 

Oct. 1-31 Out of pocket expenses, meals, tips 150.00 
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EXHIBIT 41 



GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY 
WASHINGTON. DC. 20007 



June 28, 1974 



Mr. Robert F. Muse 

Assistsmt Counsel 

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities 

New Senate Office Building 

Washington, DC 20510 

Dear Mr. Muse: 

• I have reviewed the materials which you submitted to me 
coricerning the mechanics of currency transmission and currency 
notes made available to the Select Committee by Mr. Davis on 
December 4, 1973. After reviewing this material, I am prepared 
to give an opinion as to the probability that the appearance of 
two pairs of bills of the same series in separate packages in f-Ir. 
Rebozo's safe was coincidental. 

I render this opinion in my capacity as a professional 
economist. I received the Ph.D. degree in Economics from Cornell 
University in 1971 and have since taught at Georgetown University, 
occasionally serving as professional consultant to various trade 
organizations amd corporations. My soscialization is monetary 
economics, particularly financial institutions and money supply 
theory. I have taught courses in this area and published several 
articles in professional Journals pertaining to these topics. 
Although not specialized as a statistician, I have had training in 
statistics and econometrics and use the techniques of these subjects 
in my research fairly frequently. 

In assessing the probability of coincident appearance of bills 
as close in sequence as those alluded to in the material submitted 
to me, a number of variables need be considered. These va.riables 
pertain to the matter in which the monetary ^jystem operates and 
the peculiar characteristics of the local economy from which the 
money deliveries originated. These variables may be grouped into 
three areas; 



12516 



.'ir. Robert F. Muse 
June 28, 197^ 
Page 2 

1) Characteristics of Currency : It Is Important to 
consider. In this specii'lc case, the general role 
played by $100 bills in the economy. The number 
of these bills in circulation, the average "life" 

of a bill, and the manner in which they change hands, 
all combine to determine the probability that a 
given bill would remain in circulation for a given 
time. Moreover, since we are dealing with an area 
(Las Vegas) which, monetarily, is not typical of 
cities its size, specific data for the area are 
necessary. Data available from the Los Angelos 
branch of the. Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco 
indicated that the bills in question were part of a 
very large, in fact, above average size, shipment of 
$100 bills. This would lower the probability of 
coincidental juxtaposition. 

2) The Local Economy ; Here must be considered the degree 

of economic activity ^within the local area. Specifically, 
the trsmsmission of money both within the area and between 
the area and other areas must be laid out. In addition, 
the behavior of commercisC bajnks in the area with regard 
to the circtilation of currency must be known. As an 
example, should the majority of economic activity of 
the area in question take place with other areas, and 
should banks turn currency over frequently, the proba- 

,,^ n~^ billty that a glyen bill would pass through the same 
• T hand " twlc e is gxtremely small .' Inf onnation from- the 

"-. ." commercial bank originally receiving the bills from 
the Federal Reserve indicates that the turnover of 
these bills -in the Las Vegas economy was high with, for 
example, nearly 6,000 of them flowing through the bank 
in a single day. (December 4, 1968) . 'This reduces the 
probability of accidental mixing. 

3) Characteristics of the Source : The size and relative 
weight of the source of the money would determine the 
probability of bills passing through or being held by 
ths source. For instance, a source v/htch turned over 
money frequently and was accustomed to holding large 
sujns of money in inventory would be unlikely to use 
bills from the same series on two temporally separated 
occasions for the same purpose. ?ron the ir-forT;ation 
supplied, it appears that the source v/as a large 
handler of funds. This fact lovfers the probability 
that, once separated, the bills would ever be reunited. 



12517 



-■ir. Robert F. Muse 
June 23, 1974 
Page 3 

If data were available for each of these variables, a 
conditional probability sequence could be constructed for the 
transmission of any given pair of bills through the economy. 
Such a sequence would consider the probability that such bills 
were given out at the same time by the bank, the probability 
■ that they were held for a given amount of time by the receiver, 
that they were separated and then returned together at a temporally 
and spatially different location. Such a conditional probability 
sequence would be hypergeometrlc in that the probability of a 
given sequence would be equal to the product of each of Its 
conponents. Given that no probability may exceed 1, and the number 
of components to the transmission sequence in question, both In 
terms of time, space, agents and the structure of the economy, 
I find the probability that two bills in the same series, '/rith 
serial numbers so close and having traveled together on the same 
day to the same commercial bank, wound up coincldentally in 
different packets highly remote, verging on zero. 

This conclusion, however, must be considered in light of some 
qualifications : 

1) There is no reasonable way that this probability can 
be quantified. The variables which enter the estimation 
are so complex as to require data which impossible to as- 
certain. To attempt to put a number on this probability 
vfould doubtless, be a futile exercise. My estimation is 
based upon my experience with the monetary system., my 

- knowledge of economic theory, and general conversations 
with collegues, such conversations being confined to the 
nature of monets.x'y circulation and general economic activity. 

2) Xvhile the case for coincident .juxtaposition of the pairs 
of bills can be ruled out on the basis of economic and 
statistical theory, this theory can make no Judgme.nt as to 
the agent which separated the bills. Such Judgment would 
require aji examination of the habits and procedures of those 
ha.ndling the bills. 

I hope that my opinion and Judgments have been satisfactory 
as responses to the request you made of me. 




John Tuccillo 
Assistant Professor 



12518 



EXHIBIT 42 



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Bli3 



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p5-.., j -Jl-.-WiJ oi «id corpoiauoo at « n«tia» p,=r,cii=aiy attended br a quorum of said BoaS . ■. 
Du-Ktori. waKui oeetiaa wai orurjaiLed m coaiturmiry ^ritb the by-laws of said eorporatioa aod -■ 



i^I CHHTIFT th** th» tarsitaiajt ii co c 'ect-'. -:• -^cTr" -:^-^-^^'- 




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,j^ " '-, 'i II IT^i'wiVin of s-aiiJ carpondco it 3 aisdo^ penoaajly attacded by a ci-jonsa of said Board 
of DLrectc.-T, o-V-h c n - fcj i waa duiy call«d ia coafonaitT wiih the by-la'^i of said corpontioa aiid 




IV 6-67 3Uir ►-il.I 



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CHECKS LNCLOSeD 01 NtE^ bpKING CASH SLt riK OSULLIVAN 



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3 DC-3IT M£N-0 



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12521 



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12525 



~.-J^^—^ AND TRUST COMPANY 

KEY BISCAYNE. FLOaiDA 33149 

f~ CCMMITTEE FOR R£ ELECTION ~I 

OF THE PSESICEnT 
HOLD STATEMEhTS 
KEY SISCAYnE FLOHIDA 331^9 



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12526 






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COMMITTEE FOR HE ELECTION 

GF THE PHESIDENT 

HOLD STATEMENTS 

KEY 3ISCAYNE FLQHIDa 33149 



STATEMiST PiSlOO 

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2/2d/73 3/30/73 

ACCOUNT NO. PAGE 

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12527 



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•■•■-^ AND TSUST COMPANY 

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CC.'HITTES for re ELEiCTlQN 

Of THE PHESICENT 

HOLD STATEMENTS 

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12529 
EXHIBIT 43 



^ril 11, 1S72 



Ivtr, Maurice Stans 



Dear Maury: 

Enclosed is a check in the asoimt o£ $5,000.00, 
ittiich Jim Gerity ror^varded me. You will note 
that it*s r-ade cut to R.N, Associates. 

Sizice he sent it to ine, I thought I ^rould for- 
vrayd it on to ycu. Jia has frori tiine to tLT.e 
participated in other gestures such as providing 
airplane transportation for admnistration officials, 
etc* Ife presently is preparing over 2,000 gold 
plated four leaf clovers for the President to give 
to carsiaign leaders. 

With warni regards. 

Sincerely, 



C, G. Rcbozo 



GGBLieb 



12530 

EXHIBIT 44 — 



h'JLQ'Jitt 2, 7972 



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do KoEZcct Thz Vjic^JHotJ: 
1701 PejviMjZvajzZoi Avaviz, iV.y. 
UoAfzinsioa., V.C, 20006 

VzoJt VjzuJizy, 

Thank tjoii £or. yoii.rle^(>Aci JuZtj 29, Vo'± tcltL fizc^zlt tk^ z.^c 

V^Jt ^'"' ^■^f^-'^^ f^^^i Ae^pzjzi ^ ci$lQ^GOO con.1yUha;UjDr. v:\iicS^ 
had bejLi madz By opztving i^^z azcjDHrvt I vjoz abZz to dcvoiU ^-'iV 
die-cJi kcAd and dficiM a C-xi/i^ct'A C/iecfe ^ U^a o£ ^. f hzZl^vz 
^^P^-Loooo^ tcoiiZd 6^ b2X,tQjL in cLorMjuiz ^i^ accocuvt U ^op no 
o^.QA fiz^on ifuin to lyzvz cAecEs cIqoa. ^-.-cxUatels/ , Uorl her Zcaa 
I an erjilo6AJtg oisnatafiz ca^d^ ^c^. HicU accotuit^ ' 

K/^^td i^^ ZAV2M at 250 K^^ood V^z, Kosj ^^c^nz., rZo^-uda 
:>3J49, Hz ^ Tiotoxzd cLnd Jizatdz^ kziz y2jxn. ^-jsvltA. 

Sc;-i I'larJXA^ Zi, 6CsnZ-Jiztl/izd t£ not Cjor^plc;^Zis^ ^ and Z-'\;:^ 
liifz/if,.^ J da not havz hJA cdd.tzi^ p'LZ6Zivtl'/ hmt uiltZ cbtc 
yoa ^3 tjiti -iz nzzziia/uf, 

T/iTJi/ii £cA. £olZ^fUjig up o:i f/e.'io a-^'-'Ovt-t^^ v-ionoi-iZ It r->i:Z^ "^ccf 
to ols^ t;uj-a6. JnCAdzjAtnZly, Slcayz HcOizk ^p.--^ to bz ^D^hlZ bcj- 
^Z.y c^^ .^U^ cj^A^rv:n2j^X tlicsi kz t& tr. tr.z £ood b^koJzji^z bii6^{h^6 
I nopz ^iz P.<u.tixt6 MieZ pix;vz bz^iz^lcA^. Uz zxvzct to a^z l-J^-. * 
-ui tsiz sc^'ii^ Q^paXsK, a^'A Ac tc. rjj6t z£<zctZvz t-x t:iat cjiz^.. 



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12531 



^;i ■ • > EXHIBIT 45 
xJ^:-^ / 



J.IWSIAK,!NC ' 

1101 BrickA!; Avenue/ Miami. Florida 33131 / Telephone (305) 371-7431 



APRlt.3, 1972 



Mr, C. 6. Rebozo, President 
Key Biscayne Bank a Trust Co. 
95 West McIntire 
Key Biscayne, Fuoriqa 

Dear Bebe: 

EnCT-OSEO Pi-EASE FINO A CHECK IN THE AMOUNT OF $10,000.00 FROM ATLANTIC INVESTORS 

OF MiAruH, LTD. , FOR THE Committee for the Reelection of the President. 

- ■ -■.'"' % 

Atlantic Investors, as you know, is not a corpor,\tion, but a partnership of Aleo 

COURTELIS and JaY KlSLAK. 

With tmis contribution goes cur best wishes for what we know will be a successful 

CAMPA»GN, 

SlI^CERELY, . . 




12532 



EXHIBIT 46 

FINANCE CO: ..!!TTEH: TO RE-ELECT THE PRES 



Karch 28. 1973 



Key Biscayne Bank 

and Trust Coapany 
Key Biscayne, Florida 33149 



RE: ACCOUNT KO. 1-0853-8 

COMMITTEE FOR RE ELECTION 
OF THE PRESIDENT 



GentlsMien: 






'/Tiil »3»t«'C>«. ALl-EN 



*t*T'<--CiC ^ C.»t- 



Please transfer the funds in Account No. 1-0858-8, 
Conmittee for the Re-election of the President to the 
Finance CouEDxttee to Re-elect the President, Account 
No. 026-407-5 in the First National Bank of Washington, 
1701 Pennsylvania Avenue, K.W. , Washington, D.C. 20006. 

" -- „ ra in the process of . closirij do-./n the Finance 
' -iiri'=o and we would appreciate it if the transfer can 
'z-2 -a'e vitnin the next few days. 

7..-"- ; for vour coooeration. 



Varv.>^ly yours, ^_^ ._ _^ 



Paul E. Earrici 



12533 



Aoril 5, 19 73 



Mr. Paul E. Barrick 

Treasurer 

Finance Committee to Re-Elect 

The President 

1701 Pennsylvania Avenue, N. W. 

Washington,. D. C. 20005 

Dear lie. Sarrick: 

Enclosed please find the advise of char-ge wiring 
the balance of account no. 1-0858-8 to Tirst 
National Sank of VJashington for credit to account 
no. 025-1*07-5 as requested in your "letter of 
Iterch 23, 1373; 

Sincerely, 



ADViCc O? CHA^G: 



K=Y 3!5CAYNc BANK 

K£Y 3I3CAYNH, FLOI^IOA 

V.= CHA = 0= YC'JJ ACCC-JVT AS fOLl.CWSi 



DATS k/2/73 



OcSCilPTION 


A"C-JS- 


.-irr-i;-3 your account ia iXccordanGs i^-ith 7our instructions 5: 

-■■i-.".j r.alance oi" account to First National Sank of 'j'sshi-^ton, 
.'i . ■ --jr.r^s/Ivania .ivs,. 1"; fcr credit tr a/c o? Pir.r.r:23 Cor.r-iitoa 
CO - --ilcct th3 rrosidaDT;, A/'c # C23-L;.Q7-5 


■ZZ9,7~0. 






--3l3c^i=n o? ~1 



ISilAl l:OS=S ACCOyST 



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12534 

Nove.-nbei- 1, 19 72 



Mr. Robert Pentland, Jr. 
2800 S. Surf Road 
Hollywood, Florida 33020 

Dear Mr. Psntland: 

Thank you for your generosity in sending your check 
to "The Corrmittee' to Re-Elect the President". 

It has been deposited in that account and the 
receipted slip is being forv;arded to the 
Washington Headquarters. 

You should be hearing, from them soon- 

Sincersly, 



C. G. Rebozo 
CGRinm 



12535 

Hoveraber 1, 13 72 



PERSONAL 5 CONFIDZIiTIAL 

Mr. F. E. Hackle 

1827 S. W. 22nd. Street 

Mieni, Florida 

Daar Hr. Hackle: 

Thank you for your generosity in sending your check 
to "The Committee to Re-Elect The President". 

It has been deposited in that account and the 
receipted slip is being for^varded to the 
Washington Headquarters. 

You should be hearing from tneiti soon. 

Sincerely, 



C. G. Rebo20 
CGR:nm 



39-340 O - 74 



12536 

Novembar 1, 19 72 



Mr. J. W. McCaughan 

8 SI Ocean Drive 

Key Biscayne, Florida 331U9 

Dear Hr. McCaughan: 

Thank you for your generosity in sending your 
check to "The Committee to Ra-Elect The President" 

It has been deposited in that account and the 
receipted slip is being forwarded to the 
Washington Headquarters . 

You should be hearing from then soon. 
Sincerely^ 



C. G. Rebozo 

CGRrnm .' r^Q 



12537 

Movem.be r 1, 19 7 2 



Mr. Eeil E. Bahr 

6200 Riviera Drive 

Coral Gables, Florida 33134 

Daar* Mr. Bahr: 

Thank you for your generosity in sending your 
check "to "The Cominittee to Rs-Elect The President' 

It has been deposited in that account and the 
receipted slip is being for^^arded to the. 
Washington Headquarters. 

You should be hearing froni them soon. 

Sincerely , 



C. G. Rebozo ^rt^' 



CGR:nm 



12538 

Ilovenber 1, 19 72 



Mr. Harvey Elwood 

379 3 W. Flagler Srreet 

Kianii, Florida 331 3H 

Dear Mr. Elwood: 

Thank you for your generosity in sending your 
check to "The Committee to Re-Elect The President". 

It has been deposited in that account and the 
receipted slip is being forwarded to the 
VJashington Headquarters. 



You should be hearing froiiv then soon. 
Sincerely, 

C. G. Kebozo ■ 
CGR:nm 



■0^' 



/■ 



12539 

Kovanber 1, 197 2 



Mr, R. r. Mackle 

mil San Amaro Drive 

Coral Gables, Florida 3313H 

Dear Hr. Mackls: 

Thank you for your generosity in sending your 
check to. "The Conmittea to Re-Elect The President".' 

It has been deposited in that account and the 
receipted slip is being for^jarded to the Washington 
Headquarters. 

You should be hearing from them soon. 

Sincerely, 



C. G- P.ebozo 
CGRrnm 






12540 

Oc^bzA 30, 1972 



Box 87 

VzciA Bzn: . 

Th^ toAdiniM^ ol thZi tiUizA. 16 In no vxiy 
a Kzilzc^JusYL o£ my QnatLtadz to ijoa, I 
was dzfLzZZct bejuiuJti. youA. addJisJ^ hhd 
homzhov) bzzn toit and I ^cUZzd to ^ottcna 
tiUioaQn iiiUJi fiauAlcz Stani' fizquz^t^ 
Thz <incloi>zd cohAeJipondiJi.€L2. JU 4a£|- 
expZa.noito^^ 

i^tth a^pf^izc/jitian. .-•-.-•.■• /; ' . 

S-lyic2ytzly , 



C. G. ^dbozo 



CGR/rX 



12541 

Ocijabg^ 24^ 197Z 



All. Roth F. r'.e.viLuigeA 

5600 CAJigdjonaindoui lam. 

CJLnizJjAiiatL, Ohio 45243 ' . . 

V2JSA a^, iiZAJltuigZA.- 

T/ior.fe you V2/Ly vuidi ^OA youA. ggjieAou^ volimtaAiJ cjov'jOUhaZian 
-Co owi gJizat FA.ezxd<LnX:*i aL-sp<u^n ^mtd. It noi 6een 
dzpohLtzd in XKl 2e-E^ecta7n t^icxiujnt \iZK2. and t-catujigion 
-C5 b2AJi.g advZ*iQd^ 

LzZ rm tdkz -tki^ OfpohXustJXy to uizZcxji^.e. yotx to Kzy ZLitcxuinz 
aii a ]pzA£sajiznt ^.oAld^nt^ T asa ^iiA-e yon iuZZ. enjoy goixn. 
bzmitliiiZ. honz, I liad :chz pJitv-iZ^gz o^ v^AZtlng tli^ftz. 

1£, at Ojiy turn, ouJl Zc^tih c^i I can bz a< -6?^';v^lc^ to yoti 
pZ^Jiii daZZ en ;*;e. 



C.G. Uzbozo 



CG2/rU 



12542 

October 30, 1G72 



Mr. Charles C. Cox 
3181 ^.^oodrow Way, N. E. 
Atlanta, Georgia 30 319 

Dear Mr. Cox: 

Thank you for your generosity in sending your 
check in the amount of $20.00 to "The Conmittee 
to Re-Elect The President". 

Xt has been deposi^dd in that account and the . 
deposit slip is being forwarded to the Washington 
Headquarters. 

You will probably be heajring from them soon. 

Sincerely, 



C. G. Psebozo 



12543 

Sz^tin)h9A K, 7972 



m, cv-A M^. hl<VL\jhi Hold 

UppzA Kzy LoAgo, 7ZofiLda. 33037 

VzoJi Vottl2, ai\d l\2l.\)hii 

Viardz you. v2/ii/ nocA go-t you/i gQji2Aa^lty Xn 6 2JicLLng yo(Vi 
chzdz ion $200 ic xkz "CorrmJJii.2. ta Ke-e£ect tiiz Va-za^zjUT. 
tt -65 bzing dzpo^JXzd aji thai cuLZOUJit, and ihz dzpa^Xt htip 
A/> boJjtg ^ofiuxiAdzd to XJit ^aJtlUsigiOix hzadqaoAioA^. Vcm lalZt 

VJtth hopzi o£ hojujig yon be^O/te veAt/ Zjartg. 



C^Ztda. 



12544 

Septeraber 13, 1972 



Wr. Bertram J. Goldsniith 

8 SO Harbor Drive 

Key Biscayna, Florida 33149 

Bear Bert: 

Thank you vary much for your generosity in sending 
your check for $500-00 to tha ' "Conunittee to Re-elect 
the President" . . , 

It is being deposited in that account, and the deposit 
slip is being forwarded to the Washington Headquarters. 1 

You will probably be hearing frcn: them soon. 

Sincerely, 



C. G. Kebozo 
CGR:ni?. 



FROM 
BERTRAM J, GOLD32V1ITH 






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7 



12545 
kpfvUi 7, ?97;2 

Hx. Jay I. KUZak 

iUoinL, rZonida 33131 

ViLox Jay: 

Tkank youL ueAi/ miuih ^OA, youA. ^eneAaoA coyiJ>i/i>Lbur' 
Hon, T/ie £(md^ riave been d^poi^X^d to iliz 

on t/o(jt/L aL*tcet£eii cAecfe. 

y^uA tliooQlvtiiiZ goJiiuJiz JUt most appfizcJiatzd^ HoiOOMzn., 
ihz {cuit iiicut Jit aunz toiaZZy voZiiyutxAJJiy inahej^ It 
even moKz mexuvui^^aZ, 

Thank you so v2Ay rnajch. 



G. G. Rzbozo 



CGRtzb 






12546 



K>r^ ' . (■ 



. • FliNANCE COM.N';iTTi£E._E'-aa THE RE-ELECTION OF THE PRESIDENT 



N'.em'osandum 



May 15, 1972 



"TO: to. Rsbozo 
FROM: Charlotte Lyeth 



Enclosed are the copies of the thank you letters 
you requested to Mr. Courtelis and Mr. Kislalc, 
■both of whom contributed $5,000. 



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12547 



Maurice: h. stans 

£U;TC 272 

IVO: PCNNSYL". AMA A'JZtVJZ. N.'.Y. 

WASHINGTON. D. C. 2O0O3 

1202) 323-8-2aO 



Kay 1, 1972 



Mr. Aleck Courtelis 
1101 Brickell Avenue 
Miami, Florida 33131 

Dear Mr. Courtelis: 

Your generous support of Richard Nixon *s re- 
election has lessened the burden of -ay difficult respon- 
sibility of raising the Eoney for this year*^s campaign.. 
I want you to know how Euch I personally appreciate 
your help, and how valuable it is . 

Money received this early in the year is doubly 
taeaningful because it gives us the much needed working 
capital to build our organization and plan an effective 
campaign. Tne results of the primaries held so far 
reaffirm the significance of this organization and 
planning. 

I know we both believe ,that the re-election of. the 
President is vital, so he can continue his efforts Co 
rebuild our economy without inflation and to bring peace 
in the world. Our objective" is a victory margin large 
enough to give the President a popular rzandate and an 
improved neasure of support in the Congress. 

Yoilr generous contribution will help conduct this 
winning campaign. Thank you again for your help. 



Cordially, 

Chairaan, Finance Conii-iittee 
to Ke-Elect the President 




12548 
April 18, 1972 



Mr, >'aurice Stans 
The hnite House 
V^ashington, D. C. 

Deax Maury: 

Enclosed is a check in the amount of $100.00 
from James li. J-bore for the canrpaign fund. 

Sincerely, 



C, G, Rebozo 



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12549 
April 13, 1972 



P. 0. Box 310 

Oak Ridge, Teniiv. 37S50 

Bear Jim: 

Thank you very irsach for your ^'oluntary contribu- 
tion to the President's campaign fund in the 
a^nount of $100.00, It is being forwarded on to 
the ?vational Finance Chairnan, Your thounhtfulness 
is greatly appreciated. 

Sincerely, 



C, G. Rebozo 



CGR:eb 



12550 



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April 10, 1972 



Dear Bebe: 

Am enclosing a contribution and addin.5 our 
best vishes for President Kixon in the up- 
coming" campaign* 

A lot of water has run in and out of Hong 
Kong harbor in the six years since ve met 
on the Star Ferry. 

Am planning to sail to the Bahamas y/ith 
Fred Slack next month' so may be seeing you. 

All; the best. /_^ /.;..;:-.. 

Sincerely, 




12551 

April 19, 1972 



f-iT. Maurie Stans 

1701 Pennsylvania Avenue 

V.'ashington, D. C. 20006 

Dsar J-iaurie: 

Enclosed is a self-explanatory letter with $20.00 in 
cash enclosed. It is such a nice rJiought and probably such 
a large gift for this giver, that I thought you night want 
to drop iii"Ti a special note. 

Sincerely, 



CGR:gd 
Enclosure 



39-340 O - 74 - 9 



12552 
July 10, 1372 



Mrs. Kay Fischer 
833 Kenosha Road 
Dayton, Ohio 4 5429 

Dear Mrs- Fischer: 

Thank you for your letter of June 20th 
addressed to Mr. Rebozo. 

Your offer to do volunteer i/ork is much 
appreciated and if you will contact either 
of the following persons: Ann Wilson, 
Joyce Hooker or Steve Nostrand - telephone 
number 574-2121 they will be able to give 
you all the necessary inforziation. . 

Sincerely, 



N. Men court ; 

Sec. to ?'Ir. Rebozo 



12553 



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12554 



July 24, 1972 



f*,r, Richard 0. Wilson 

250 KiioTlviood Cri\^ 

K9y Biscayne, Florida 33149 

Dear Dick: 

Thank you very much for your Five Hundred dollar, ($500.00), 
check niade payable to the "Coinmittee to Re-elect the 
President". This check is being deposited to the appro- 
priate account and I am sure you will hear from Vj'ashingtcn 
later on. 

Your interest in the President's re-election, aside fro." 
th^ generous contribution, is genuinely appreciated. Your 
CQn7r:ent about the adronition to not forget the Tom Dev;ey ■ 
proble.T, is well advised and well taken. 

Thank you so very r.uch. 

Sincerely, 

C.G. Pebozo 
CGR:sl 

cc: Mr. Maurice Stans 



12555 



RICHARD O. V/ILSON 

KEY nsCAYNE, FlO??:OA 33i-13 






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August 21, 19 72 



Hr. Maurice Stans 

Corrrail:tee xo Ks-Elect The President: 
1701 Pennsylvania Avenue 
Washington, D. C. 

Dear Hr. Stans: 

Kr- Rebozo has asked nie to forward the 
enclosed copy of a letter received along 
with the receipted deposit slip. 

And also a for your convenience, I an; enclosing 
two signature cards for this account. Should 
you need nore than t'.-^o joint signatures to 
draw from the account please cross-out 
"Local Address" and use this line for the 
extra signature. 

V<2ry truly yours , 



Kicole Honnourt 
Bkpr. For Mr. Rebozo 



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12557 



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12558 



AxiSiiSt 31, 19 72 



Mr. Maurice H. Stans 

Suite 272 

1701 Pennsylvania Avenue, N. VJ. 

Washington, D. C. 2 000 5 

Dear Mr. Stans : 

Hr. Rebozo has asked ae to forv/ard the enclosed 
copy along with receipted deposit slip. 

He also feels that someone from your office 
should acknowledge this receipt- 

Sincerely, 



N, Hoacourt 

Bkpr. for Kr. Rebozo 

Enclosures: 2 



12559 



Dear ^^..S-:-'-- 

J am p!^ased to conjrib^jle 

n S 3,000 D (more) 

to help ensure the re-election of our President. 

Enclosed is my check made payable to the FINANCE COMMITTEE FOR THE 
RE-ELECTION OF THE PRESIDENT (or just FCRP). 



Name: 



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K^r^ f^/.<.(^>r7 







310 Firet Street, Southeast 
WASHINGTON. D. C. 20003 



YOUR CONTRIBUTION NOW IS AN INVESTMENT FOR A 

REPUBLICAN VICTORY IN 1972. 



(53,000 Founding Memuership) 
(31,-'>)0 Annual ."\;enil;irship) 



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i'l!.-a>,e tTfdit in', conirihution to t'n,^ S' 



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A copy of our report filed with tivj C-.-inptroll-T Gfncrn' v.iil 'ii- jv;! 
for iKtrch i5t.' fr<,)i;i the .Siijieriniendeni rii" Docuiiie.!''.!-.. I •,ii>--d .St;i'.c> 
Gi=\eri^;iiei>! Printii-; Ofncc. Wriship-tcM;. D.C. 2n-;0Z. 



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12560 
October 9 , 1S72 



Mr.. Louis Andre Fernandez 

U^O Giralda Avenue 

Coral Gabies, Florida 3313^ 

Daar -Mr. Fernandez: 

Thank you very much for your generosity in 
sending your check for $1,100.00 to "Tne 
Committee to Re-Elect The President" - 

It is being deposited in that account and 
the deposit slip is being for^'arded to the 
Washington Headquarters. 

You will orobabl^ be hearing from thera scon 

r 

Sincerely, 



C. G. Rebozo 
CGRrn.Ti 



BCC: Mr- Maurice Stans 



12561 



<^:Qf:[:uid S-0SS7 -^S'Sf 

October 6, 1972 

Kr. C. G, Rebozo 
95 V.'est Hclntire 
Key Biscayne, Florida 

Dear Mr. P.ebozo: 

Would you be kind enough to ask the appropriate ca.-n- 
paign office to open up a file on another Tampa-born (Span- 
ish^uban) Anterican with the enclosed contribution to 
President Nixon's campaign fund? 

. It gratifies me to see that President Nixon is helping 
to bring the Latin-Amarican variety of the hyphenated Anieri- 
can into the mainstream of America. I hope the day will 
come when, as others have said before me, ve will not have 
to speak of minorities, and ve will be able to make govern- 
mental office appointments on the basis of merit and not on 
quotas based on national ity-of -origin. 

From the enclosed background statement you v/ill observe 
that I have not been politically active. However, if ths 
campaign managers feel that I can contribute with some per- 
sonal service, I shall be glad to volunteer. 

There are two- reasons why I :nake,this contrib;:tion 
through you (1) because of our r-utual Ta~pa and Latin origin 
and (2) because, having been a Democrat all my life. . 1 find 
it difficult to switch altogether and make a direct contri- 
bution to the Pepubl ican Party. I feel that I will be turning 
Pepublican but I'll have to do it in stages.' 

I hope sorr.eday we can meet personally. 

Ver\- truly yours. 



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Louis Andre Fernandez 



LAF/m 



12562 

October 20-. 19 72 



Hx». Al Sr.art Johnston 
1190 Third Street South 
JJaples, Florida 33340 

Dear Hr. Johnston: 

Thank you for your- generosity in sending your 
check in the amount of $100.00 to ''The Committee 
to Ke-Elect The President". 

It has been deposited in that account and the 
deposit slip, with your nembership application 
are being forwarded to V/ashington Headquarters . 

Y-ou will probably be hearing frojn then soon. 

Sincerely, 



G. Hebozo 



Bcc : Hr . ?-iaurice K. Stans 



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October 20, 19 72 



Kr*. Louis Andre Fernandez 

iihQ Giralda Avenue 

Coral Gables, Florida 33134 

Dear Hr. Fernandez: 

Thank you again for your generous additional 
contribution to "The Conmittee to Re-Elect 
ThB President". 

Your check in the amount of $1,900.00 has 
been deposited in that account and the receipted 
'slip is being forwarded to the Washington 
Headquarters = 

Sincerely » 



C. G. .Rebozo 

bcc : Mr. Maurice Stans 

with cc of I'lr. Fernandez's letter of Oct. 10, 19 7: 



12565 




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October 10, 1972 



Mr. C. G. Rebozo 

Key Biscayne Bank Building 

Key Biscayna, 'Florida 33149 

Dear Mr. Rebozo: -;;■ V f-"--; 

I received your letter of October 9, 1972 
acknowledging receipt of my check for $1100,00 
which I contributed to "The Co.'tunittee to Re-Elecfc 
The President". As I told you personally, it xv^as 
my intention to contribute $3000.00 but because I 
had to make a bank transfer 1 was not able to 
write a check then for the full amount. I now 
enclose a check for $1900,00 bringing the contri- 
bution up to $3000.00. .- 

Thanks for graciously permitting .xe to 
importune you with my visit the other day and 
for agreeing to bo the fcr'-ardsr of my contribu- 
tion. - . ' -- 

Sincerely, 



Louis Andre Fernandez 



12566 

October 30, 1972 



Mrs. Lucille P. Vernon 

100 Island Drive 

Key Biscayne, Florida 3315^9 

Dear Lucille: 

Thank you for your generosity in sending your 
check in the amount of $200.00 to '-'The Cornniittee 
to Re-Elect The President". 

It has been deposited in that account and the 
deposit slipsis being forwarded to the VJashington 
Headquarters. 

You will probably be hearing from then soon. 

Sincerely , 



C- G. Rebozo 



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12568 



Kovember 1, 19 72 



Mr. Jaiiies F. Breuil - 
9 Indian Creek Island 
Kiani Beach, Florida 3 3154 

Dear lir. Breuil: 

Thank you for your generosity in sending your 
check to "The Committee to Re-Elect The President". 

It has been deposited in that account and the 
receipted slip is being for;-/arded to the V/ashington 
Headquarters . 

You should be hearing from them soon. 

Sincerely, 



C, G. Rebozo 
CGR:na 



12569 



J.\Mi-.b I'. i.5ia:iiL 

a Imi:an Cr-i;f;ic I«^.i_\nu 
Miami BfiACH. Flokiua SUi'-i 

October 30, 1972 



Mr. C. G, Rebozo 

c/o Key Biscayne Bank 

Key Biscayne, Florida 

Dear Mr. Rebozo, 

At the suggestion of George Smathers 
I am mailing you my check, in the 
amount of $1000,, payable to the 
Finance Coinmittee to re-elect the 
President, 

I have never had the pleasure of 
meeting you, but I hope to do so 
in the near future. 



JFB/rr. 
Enc, 




12570 



£ ADD?-;:ss 

Jc.r:c3 Garrity, Jr. "*■' P. 0. Sox 233S, Miani Beach, Florida 33140 
Ja-.es K. Moore ''''^ P. 0. Bo:-: 31C, Oak Ridge, Tenr.. 37830 

Aleck Courtalis V} 1101 Erickell Avenue, Kiaini, Florida 33131 

.Jay I. Xislak HJV^ 1101 Brickell Avenue, Miami, Florida 33131 
Richard 0. Wilson lM 250 Knollwood Drive, Key Biscayne, Florida 33149 
£Mrs. Fred VJ. Tho.-tias jfil 2 00 Ocean Lane Drive, Apt. 108, Key Biscayne, Fla. 
J. B. Quisenberry ofU 14C3 S. E. Bayshore Drive, Miami, Florida 33131 
SMrs. Karvin Held ojif P. 0. Box 83, Upper Key Largo, Florida 33037 
, Bertra.-n J. Goldsmith 1^ 8 80 Harbor Drive, Key Biscayne, Florida 33143 
. Louis Andre Fernandez 440 Giralda Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida 33134 
. Al Smart Johnston I'jJ' IISO Third Street South, Naples, Florida 33S40 
, Roth r. Herrlini^er fPssoo Griydo-.vrjnsado'.-r Lcine , Cincinnati, Ohio 45243 
• Charles C. Cox. J^f/^SISI Uoodrow V/ay , N. E. , Atlanta, Ga. 30319 
i. Lucille P. Vernon ji^piOO Island Drive, Key Biscayne, Florida 33149 
. James F. Breuil i']! 9 Indian Creek Island, Miami Beach, Florida 33154 
. S. F. Hackle I'l' 4111 San Amaro Drive , Coral Gables, Fla. 33134 
. Neil E. Bahr |if( 6200 Riviera Drive, Coral Gables, Fla. 33134 
. Karvey Elwood VlJ 3798 V?. Flagler Street, Miami, Florida 33134 
. J. Iv. KcCaughan djl 881 Ocean Drive, Key Biscayne, Fla. 33143 
E. £ V. S. Mackle ii'i 1827 S. V.'. 22nd. Street, Miami, Florida 
-"■.obei^t Pentland, Jr.'' 2800 K. Surf Road, Hollywood, Florida 33020 



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12571 

November 1, 19 7 2 



Hr. Maurice K. Stans 
Suite 272 

1701 Pennsylvania Avenue, N. W. 
Washington, D. C. 

Dear Hr. Stans: 

At Mr. Rebozo^s request I am enclosing a 
receipted slip for contributions received 
today, along V7ith a list of the contributors 
showing their addresses. 

I am also enclosing a slip which should have 
been mailed with the cover letter to Hr. Charle; 
Coy. and Mrs. Lucille Vernon. 

vJe have personally thanked these contributors 
advising them that they should be hearing fro^ 
you soon. 

Sincerely, 



M . Honcourt 

Bkpr. For Hr. Pxebozo 

End. 



12572 



STAMLCV CBNCJI 



KflTH L. BAOWM 



FINANCE C IMITTEE TO RE-ELECT THE PRE_.OENT 



August 30, 1972 



Mr. Nicole Moncourt 

Key Biscayne Bank and Trust Coapaay 

Key Biscayne, Fla. 

Dear Mr. Moncourt, 

I an enclosing the papers necessary to complete 
the opening of our account. If you need any additional 
infonaation, please contact me. 

Sincerely, 



^^~~'lj:^^^^^/;Ma-^ 



Paul E. Barrick 
Treasurer 



12573 



FIKANCH: CO; M'-iTTEIE TO KE-^LECT THE PRE; 



MAuaicr 



July 29, 1972 



Mr. Charles G. Rebozo 

Key Biscayne Bank Building 

Key Biscayne, Florida 33149 

Dear Bebe: 

Thank you for your letter of J^jily twenty-fifth, enclosing deposit 
slips in, your bank for $500 from Richard Uilson and $1,000 froa 
Ben Morris. I assume that as time goes on you may receive addi- 
tional contributions and deposit them in the same account for 
convenience, and this is perfectly satisfactory. 

However, in order to meet the requirements of the new law, it will 
be necessary in due course that we be able to drax7 frcra here against 
these funds and that they not be disbursed locally. I am sure that 
you understand that. If it is agreeable, therefore, I would ask 
that you send us signature cards here so that if we need funds we 
can transfer them to our account. 

Also, we will want to be sure that we thank these people promptly 
at the time of deposit and that we also include them in the reports 
that we file with- the Comptroller General. The law jrequirss that 
in each case we give the nnne, address, occupation, na^.a of 
employer , and city of employrient, and therefore we will need this 
information in the case of both Wilson and Morris. I ic-ould appre- 
ciate it if you would ask your secretary' to send it to us right 
away . 

It nay be sinipler in the long run if you msrely sent 'siica checks 
to us directly in the future, with the appropriate inronnation. 
I leave it to you as to which way you would like to proceed. 

V.'ith respect to Herb .Bryant's letter, I will arrange for Lang Uashb-^m 
to get in touch with him and see how we can take advantage of his offer 
to put on fund-raising affairs. 

Sincerelj-, 



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Maurice H.-.St; 



12574 
JatiQ. 30, J 972 



1701 FzyiniiifZvajuji Au^na^ 
(iJajiliington, P, C. 

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Thz £2J-itZQjnan who -i-ctd -en ;tfie bank u:ho ioUd kz ioca-it^ 
io bz ^e^TjeyjibeAed .to you and t'J^ut^ to hdip Zn Xiiiz 
CrtJtipoZ^rt, T boJtievz ^luancMiZZy, 

HJUi iuuv.z 16'- AZioyAo !<ayiQ/io, Coirrmodofiz CZub, Kzg 
BiAQoym, VlonJAci 53149, 

Itz -seefiTo ZMzt a itkui o{; iman^ a>^d ihat liz ir-ru v^oZt 

Oil ijO'.iX Z-fJit C'\ havz rjjii to 0)iz o{^ yoiiA ^:^ 2,^-6:50 
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EXHIBIT 48 



FINANCE COMMiTTSE TO RS-HLZCT THE PSES. 



Cctrobar 13. 1972 



Mr. A.. D. Davis 

Winn Di^cia Storas, Inc. 

Box B 

Jacksonville, Florida 32203 

Dsar Kr . Davis : . 

Through 3eba Rebozo I have learned of the eacourage- 
nent you have indicated for this year's campaign. 

This is a 'critioal election, and wa hop-^ you \;ill 
exert all possiola efforts to get out the vote aad induce 
financial -support. : Xa Chat. way va can be sura that, the 
President will ba elected, with a favorable Congress, and 
the >icGovem brand of socialissi will be fully discredited . 



With beat -wishes , I arrt 



Maurica H. 3 tans 



12577 



EXHIBIT 49 



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o ij J.^:'^S n. 0'v:o:.:iOr',, bi.-in',' Eirst clulv ;;.-;:>r.n, oa oc.Uli 

About the middle of Octobar, 1973, he dictated a brief 
!.-2norandun to his secretary, lirs. Margaret 61a>:oly, -which he 
thereupon asked her to read to Beba Rebozo. This msraorandusa 
simply stated that i'.r . Kalnibach had been asked a fev; days earlier 
9 j by Mr- Lanzner to furnish the nui:±>er and location of all ban.k 

10 j acco'jnts in the name of the President and on v/hich Mr. Kal.ttbach 

11 ! was signatory; that Mr. Kalnibach v/as concerned about any possible 

12 ij violation of the attorney-client privilege; that Mr. Kalrvbach had 

13 j also been questioned by the special prosecutor's office and by 

I'i^ 1 Mr. Terry Lanznar about a meeting on April 30th betv;een t-ir. Rebozo 
^ 15 }| aria Mr. Kalrrujach, and that Kr. Kalmbach had acknowledged that such 
:' 15 il d r?.?etiRg ha5 taken place at or about that time, "and that the 
i. \7 '] orirae p'.rt^ose of the nteating was to revisw certain mittsra in- 
- io jl volvinq the President's aersonal affairs, the Whrttier -croperty, 

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'.9 \\ and the San Clsxanta property; that ilr . Kalmbaci was disturbed 

20 il about reports th.at ch j'car'.paign funds were us 2d in the acciv.isition 

21 ji of the San Clerr.ente property. 



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Kalmbach's neatir.c v.-ith ilr. Reboijo on or about April 30th, 



Kr. Kalmbach discussed with 
the San Cle.Tisnte i-act^r and 
■-he President, that therec:f1 



rfiant the fact that after discussing 

■■e ha.adling of the tax affairr. for 

.- ana after stating that the automcy- 



c~.\ent rein cior.ship did indeed exist, ■■'r . F-jboso auv-.sr-J ;!r . 
;■;,-: I.TibfiCh that he hp.a given sorv: of th;- $100, 'lOO in question 
hj:. l.j-i-n giv->n ;o hir. by D'.ck 'Oannsr, to P.o.~3 i-U:L'y Weed and 
t)ia Lii;;on brothers, and ."•'.r- ?.ebo-jo asl-.ed Kr . ?;alr.'ibach '.■:h-it i 
should CO. Affiant rcnerr,bc-rs that be '.-.■as so:T,ov;hrLt critical 



12578 

1 ij thH>: ti:ie and wondered vhy Mr. K^lmbach hiid br^-n npproarrhea by 

2 •: y.'c . R-~boso with this infoima tion. 

3 11 Th.srrafter and on January 25, ig?-':, f;rs. Qiakoiy vas 

4 !! again asked to call Mr. Hebozo for the purpor,e of tellir.y KL-a 

5 |j that if Mr. KaLmbach was pressed as to any details of a conv-rsa- 

6 tion betv/.-en himself and Hr. Rebo7;o on April 30th and/or May 1st, 
ho of course would have to tell the truth; and that if prosaed 
on the laattar he v/ould of course state that the discussions were 
pursuant to the attorney-client relationship and therefore subject 
to the attorney-client privilege. 

Further affiant saich not. 



13 ij .. - """"'^"^ '" ' '"'''■ '- ■ '- - ^ ■ '' ''■'.': 

A 

\ SC;33CTI):3H:D ?l?;D SWORS to before ?;? this 
^^ Ij 14th day of May, 15 74. ' 

, 1:0.: = ry Piiblic, tiaricopa County, Arizona 



2: 



12579 



EXHIBIT 50 

I !, 3V.\Ti; 01' ARTZOiiA ) 

1 ^ .:ou;;'iV oi^ iv-.iMcopa ) 

-"• ' /VuvGAItii; r C. nf,r\Xi;i..V, bvinc; rirsc ciuly j>./'.)c;i, on o-J::i 

/• 'i 
• ;| .u.-pos-js iina s-ys: 

^ ji Tliat she 3.3 now n;id 'na.s o;:on for apoco:;" n^fcoly sl.;fcr5:-n- 

■S l! yoars, employed by Jair.as H. O'Connor as his s&cretary; 

■^ j! That in that capacity she was oa or about the niicScile of 

- 'i 

•2 I] October, 1973, asked to contact Mr. Bebe Reoozo tor the purpose of 
3 ii readincf to him a mamorandum oreviously dictated to her bv Mr. 

.Ji ■ . . . ' ' 

-'-' !• O'Connor; that m con>pli.ance with this request sna did atter'.at to 

,. i! ■ 

^^ !| reach Mr. Rebozo and being unable to do so, left v;ord requesting I 

-"^ ji that he return the call; 'that thereafter Mr ^ Rebozo did return 

*" I said call and thereupon she read the mair.oranduTn to hira, sub- 

''^ i] stantinlly as follov/s: That both Mr. Xalmbach and Mr. O'Connor 

"■^ '.: thought it best if sha contacted hirr, ra^h^r than oither of tha:-.- 

-^ i bLit tliaL ijf""h2 h-i d <n .^y .-U'33 1 iors <::r.o- "--jomI d bi h?.n^y-tp rolav" them 

'■■ il -2-::!i'~af:i.syzt~t'<i ant the answef s= ^<5:r bin: - ch.it she '.-■ai; sir.oi>' J.i^- : 

_ ji " ■; 

-■^ ji vising hirn that Mr. Kaltubach was asked on Octobi;r iP.ch i.y i'c.' 

'' jl L^!nzner to furnish the niimbar and locati.or. of all bank a-_-coi'.r.-s in 

--* !' the name of the Presid-snt and •Gn which he was sigr^atory; that M"_" . - 

^^ |i Kaimbach was concerned about any oossible violation of ths attorpj 

■^- •■ client privilege; th^t ?-'r . Kalmbach v;as qusstionad by the S^acial 
""■^ j! PvcEecutor ' s offics and by ;ir. Lanzner on October 11th a-.d 12:::i as 
-•' Ji to 3 riaetmg on April 30th with Mr. Rs'bozo and ilr . Kal-ibi-.v\ 

^- Il aclcnov.'ledced. the nsstina took uiace at or abou:i that ti^.a T-r. 

-- !' 

-^ • Kal!r.b.?ch further i-ovisar- both investigative bodias that t'.-.r-' trr:'.i?e 

r>'- ]', , , . . . . , . 

-' ]' nurposa or tr.e i-.asc mg v.as to raviev: carr.ain Tiiut-ars iiwolvitic: 

--. t. ' 

■^-' i: the Prssidant's narnonal aiffairs, including tha /ijil-s of t'-' - 
i: 

"' i V.'hittiar orooartv and the rcf inr.nc: ■ no of tha S;;n CI .•-,?. an ■.-.a orc-- 
ji - - - 



12580 



" i; 

7 I 

S 

I; 
S I 

lo II 

11 

12 
13 

14 



'i!:aL- Mr. P-crbjiiO hc\c1 tin con/ionL:-. or • q;;:.:itionri. 

'Zii-;L on oc about J-..-:',.:, ry 2''>, I'J/:, ri f i' j .-■ -. i: v.'=;3 aq Lr; 
.jcked to crontrii- L Mr. i!fb'j2o :in'] rciri tu iijii n Hiiorii ir.an.of-.'in" iS, 
bu-- agaiti '.■.■.=:g unable- ho roach bin', aoain left v/orcl, -:in:l oi ti-i-.-i" 
that cvtjninf) cl" tins ni};t day r'r. Raho-zo Leturr.C'l the call; t;-:it 
thci ir.ocorand'jih at that time was as follo'.-;s: If Mr. Xalp>iiach is 
pressed as to any details of a conversation betv;een himself and 
y;r. Rebozo on .^pril 30th' and/or flay 1st, he of coi;rse would have 
to tell the truth; that in the unlikely event he is pressed on 
this matter, he will oc course state that these discussions were, 
pursuant to the .attor.nay-client relationship and therefore; subject 
to the attorney-client privilege. 

That the conversation was extrerr.ely short; that fir. 
Rebozo y/as very pleasant and did not appear to be disturbed. 

To the best of affiant's recollection, the above is 
th3 :~:jr^ and c\;1j=. ; ..r -jc:" or the t.^o cor^- :- c ■.'■"• -I'l^j :,ht^ ^^d v'ith '-' l .- "-' 
R 900-^0 . - - 

_ .- Further afciar.t saith hot. 



u 



:L;s3C?.I3I;D and SKOnX to before r?e 
:his 15th day of May, 1974. 



;;ots.r>' Public, Maricoca County, 
Arizona 



;o::'.-is.3ion e-tpirc-s: 



7 



12581 



JlM^^Z!^IL_^A^. 



EXHIBIT 51 



Oj^aS'. 



-? 



J^JA E y)t> A D I S O N "^\^ 

WASillNGTON. D. C. 20005 ~"~^~_ 

).a)-iij boCas fl.e s'^UlViil li A. guests tor th« deposit ol mon.y. jamais and valujbl... 



Mo. 19404 



IF VOU WISH TO EXTEND YOUR DEPARTURE BEYOND 1 P.M., THE NORMAL CHECK 
PLEASE NOTIFY THE FRONT DESK IN ADVANCE. 

NAME l\llPl.,.^Lf/\^LP £. ll ///^///5 


•OUT HOUR. 

UiHDN CHECKING OUT 

MY ACCOUNT WILL BE SETTLEI 

aV: CASH C 

Mby 

American Express I — 


ADDRESS 


CITY 


STATE 




ZIP CODE 


PROFESSION 
BUSINESS C 


Al OR 








Carte Blanche L 


ONNECTION 

f 






TITLE 


The KVidiion L 


NO. OF GUESTS 


ROO.W I 


RATE 


ARRIVAL 


DEPARTURE 


CLERK 


£ 


356^ 


s,^ 




// 




/8 


7ZJ 



'4)>\K!!N:iBg 



>? :.> 



k(o)lm^i 




THE >/51;ADIS0N 

■ V>ASHl.NGTO.'>i. D. C. 20005 

Sar.^^-ipps.t.bo.^a^^vm-lpb.f jp «u, ,„asls !o. th. daoos.l of monav. ,.„,ls and val.abl.s. 
■n>a Uad>son will not ba raaponsible lor valuables not aroteclad in this maonar. 
IF YOU WISH TO EXTEND YOUR DEPARTURE BEYOND 1 P.M.. THE NOn.MAL CHECKOUT ► 



Ho. 19529 



PLEASE NOTIFY THE FRONT DESK IN ADVANCE 



NAME.1^< (,/.,, .._^ 



/;JC^ .,...,,,, 



-zk-^^:. :)/^. 



~yTi.<7 />-^A^.- 



rATE/'^--t . 



PROFESSIONAL OR 

BUSINESS CONNECTION 



U?ON CHECKING OUT 

MY ACCOUNT WILL BE SETTL 

BY: CASH I 



Din«r5 Oj 



NO. Oi= GUESTS 



'-^c 7 



' o -^ 



// 



DE?ARTU.=iz 



2c 



12582 



EXHIBIT 52 



<r'UL^ •:;/7...r ^.-.-^- 



^ 



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yZ^i-t'T-yj : ^-Ag-«k: . SZ~A^»— <-^^ 



i/^V vy.^J y?/^„ ■<).,.■. ..-S-^.-A.,/^. 



-^•C^c 



n.Z ^^/,, 



y ' 



■^'/ifm- ■ ^^'/—)-'/>-t-'(^ y/yf-^ n-.->.<.-^^ 



/^ i!...z//;^i ^ 



jL '■ ( .^t-^^; Cj/_^,^-..^lu^^^ 



Z^A''''''' AK?f^'^ VyV^i-»->M^-7.>' 



^»J<^C- 



JTt. ...-^ X. 74 



^/<^.^" Sj^Tf/^^ 









v^/. 



r<^^^^x- 7 c/i^j>7^-<^ 



^v.-. &/. ^1^r:U..Jw 



^ : < ^r', i-,-^ ('& ) /-^ d-A-^, -^ t y.V?:-) 






'. y 



,z 



, X''' y^ ' -*^ ^-^ 






f:.,-.../^/,...^;. 



^..^..X; 



■^"l^ ./u"- 



c^' 



:..-.,,/./ 



^. ■...,. ^<x'< J^^..-.. 0^ 



^ 






( <S2.-- ./Uiir^-':-rLoA< {~J-^y. ) 



~TJ 



;?; ca....ai,.a... (m...sAU:^^^^ 



^ ^UZA:-^,. 






CALLS 



' ^^^£u^J^;.^^:,<^.^.,., {.n..^c^ 



n^ 



'' ?!,'-</ *-i "^^ 



^'^^Jr^^'^-^^- 



y 



^' Mj/^j^. 



<^ ^J,^. JL...:,.:^.^-^/^,./. /7.- 



' ..U..^^.^.z.A.^/'^^^':^y") 






TIME RECORD 






/^ 



wO^:.-.- ..., z:^ 



J/ ^' 



^/ 



Z'.iiwL^All^Ilil. 



y -^ 



^.^A 









12583 



EXHIBrr 53 



jvrru 



ma Ju 



■ ^ 



^ ivionaay '_ . a '^ ik/^i uesday 

^^U '^^'-^-^ <^y^->^fi ^ /^l^ /^— ^^w-.^!:..^ ^ 

^ ' ,i:^ X^ ^/ * • J(. ■'^~~ 



^■c 



/^ 



13 Wednesday 



/l^ .^^ 



(?.4- -/' 



>z-^ •/ 



3 /^^.^ <^'-2:^, ^^^^' . 



f ihursday 



l5 



Friday 



Saturday 



>unday 



imarks 



12584 

EXHIBIT 54 



Tcs liave rs^est^ toy r-^ccilsciioa c2 r.Ir. Ksl^ozo t^3Ui2g zns 
Ci the csmpaiga ccatriruUoa delivered io him s:^ i-ir, DiV:ns';!r, 

Mr, Pebos© told lut ^i£$ h^ had cat tMa csmpai^ coctribition 
Sd a si^aij deposit feces and ^ar jtsr thai ha h3d giTsn Ma 
Stv^DTJiej i^istracticsjs in ih^ jsvenx ca i±3 deaiis simi ha shcald 
<^2a. tb^ box a»3 follow iis iastruc lions tiiex^ia. It vjzs my 

tssic3 £o ibi& Csmpaiga Chainaaa or Fisoni^iB ChairaaaB of t^ 

2 t5^4id CoxiiL^r lEss to stata that st no iiae did I s'^r dlscus-a 

T!:43 letter ccnsUcjIes it^ cssl c£ rsy reccUscaoa cZ cur cca- 
■^rs-atlo3* I rsgrei to say I do rjoi recall the cisia- cr e:l;:ss cs. 



Hcs2 2^13X7 Woods 
to th3 President 



Iiiccrcal r?57sn29 SerTic^ 

Intelligence Division 
3191 Maguire Boulevard 
Orlando, Florida 32S03 



12585 



EXHIBIT 55 



UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

rt' •i-'rf V? t-^^A '5'*.?.-;.'Z,s'/='--'-r---'Vrt» 



To Ith >-~ S i3r.::i.-:ra -3 Br..-!': &->d Tr^n^ Cor-jrr.'i;r 



^lETiaslt' io toitf/iil authority, YOU ARE JSEBSBY COMJdkJfDED to 
appear lefon Gf SSJfATE SELECT CpMMITTEE 03f PRESIDEJfTIAL 
CAMPAIQJf ACTIYITISS of ths Sejiats of the United StaUs, on. 

i P^TIv'-TTg , 197^. «* • " ' o'elodb m., 

at thar eomtnittse room. CSna. K'lvg S* T-.*:r> n^-g^r.- y-t-^-^j '.7r -^v^-^>.i^^ nrL '>tyK^q 
then ajii ther» to tesUfg lahat you may knoio relative to the subjeet 
matters Under coTuid^ation Jiy caid ooTTiTnittee. . - 

?'hlc!i r.i-a in yrur -.•c3~-;i:i:lra <r.'.:;cr. lv o r rcr-fro-,. 



^ttaf f5'il is!, OS yozt zmU answer your default raider the pains and pen- 

» - . 

cities i» aaoJi caies~nia2e~Gnd provided. - - - - 

■ 3toJ . :■- : 

to serv3 end return. 

O'tca: under my hand, by order of the eommSttse, this 

.£i.~S — day of — ::''.-i'. , in the year of o^r 

Lord one ihozisand nine hundred and-. ■ .-- . •■-'-■--.•. 



Oicirnzun, Senate Selrct Cominlttce on Prcxidenticl 



12586 



And produce all re-cords on the account of 
Thomas H. Wakefield, Special Account, lo;; the period 
zroin, January 1^ 1969 to t?i« present time ingluding "but 




carcTand all related documents. 



PRODUCTION OF THE 
RECORDS IS DESIRED 
BY REGISTERED MAIL 



For further information contact Mr, Beilino, 202-225-0531, 



12587 
"^fonrjccsf^ ot ilje I'JXnittX} ^tntcsf 



To GHARLES..G..ilEBOZQ. 



„, (StCttlnst 



i}uvCum\t to lawful autlioiity, YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED to 
appear before the SE.YATE SELECT COMMITTEE O^f PRESIDENTIAL 

CAMP.ilQJf ACTIVITIES of thg Seiiqte of the United States, on 

. . .Fotthwdih— , /5/_, at ,....,„ o'eloek 7i»., 

at their committee room -.jGs30a^aLv-Senate.O£fice-Buildlngr-Wa^btagto»>t D .C. 
tlieii and tTiere to testify wliat you may know relative to the subject 
matters under consideration by said committee. 
And bring with you mat erial listed on the attach ed sheet In ^ 

Xgyi. Po s g e^ gtpn . , g usl<?JY gr cpateal . -1 ! 



f5;rfo£ fail tiof, as you will answer your default under tJie pains and pen- 



uliics in such cases made and provided. 



i'» — ^- 



to serve and return. 

(Sibcn under my hand, by order of the committee, this 

■■Sfh -- day of ^October , in the year of our 

Lord one tJiousand nine hundred and J5.gJiejrity:J:htS£ 



Cu'.in.-.zr., SmcU Sci:ct Coi,i7,::;:cc c/i PfC,-:dc,iii;l 
CcJiipci^n .ictizitiea. 



SA 



12588 



And bring with you the follov^ing: 

Any and all documents and records and copies thereof 
Including, but not limited to, books, files, ledgers, books of 
accounts, correspondence, receipts, appointment books, diaries, 
memoranda, checks, check stubs, deposit slips, bank statements, 
petty cash records, photographs and negatives, recordings, notes, 
telephone records, credit card vouchers and blll%, airline and railroad 
records, relating directly or indirectly. In whole or in part, to the 
Presidential Campaign of 1972 and related events prior and subsequent 
thereto. Including but not limited to the events from January 1, 1968 
to arssent which Involve: the break-in and electronic surveillance 
at the Democratic National Committee Headquarters at the Watergate; 
the Presidential Primaries of 1972; potential Presidential candidates 
whose names were entered in any Presidential Primary in 1972, their 
agente, relatives, designees; contributions or compensation by the 
Hughes Tool Company, by Summa Corporation or by any stockholder, 
employee "or agent of the Hughes Tool Company or of Summa Corporation, 
Hssvarc) Hughes, his employees, representatives, agents, designees, or 
any persons representing themselves to be his employees 
representatives, agents or designees or any other corporation, partnership. 
or business entity owned in whole or in part by Ho.verd Hughes to any 
candidate for political office including but not limited to the Frssident 
and Vice President of the Unit&d Stats^ of America or to any agent, 
relative or designee of any such candidate and the use, dispersal and 
accounting for such funds inducing but not limited to the purchase of 
real property using said funds; the r;rr:ployment of or compensation paid 
t«* or on behalf of John Meier, his employees, representatives, agents or 
designees, any relationship between F_. Donald Nixon, and John Meier, 
Anthony Hatsis-or Jack Cleveland; any negotiations between any agency 
or department of the Executive Branch of the United States of America 
and the Hughes Tool Company, the Summa Corporation or any employees, 
agents, representatives or designees thereof including, but not limited to 
negotiations between former Attorney General John Mitchell, his agents, 
employees, representatives, or designees and the Hughes Tool Company, 
the Summa Corporation, or any employee, agent, representative, or d^ai-:::\ 
thereof; any and all break-ins and electronic surve: ]';:-n ~--s .'STjD^tec, pla " 
or conduct id by any stockhclcer, e-pl-,y;3, "iVor.:, .".-".'■- = er.: a tive, or 
designee of the I-Juches Tool Ccr.'..::any or the 2-:':.-.= Corporation; Lawrence 
O'Zrier. a.'.i a.ty corporation, partnership, or business entity o'.vned in 
y.hols or in part by Lawrence O'Brien. 



12589 



— aa— a ii ii i i n ii i'.' n tanmr-wiiii i tii' 'la BB— ataa— aa»i 






,isrS 



/ made service of the within ixt>lfptJ%9 



^^.J^i^iCT^, 



ok^J^^ 



the ivithiri'TiaTned .}^^C^A^.}cy^.^. 



ot ^....VfL/..Y..!:... «.... o'cloch ./i^- m,, on 

0/ -.^^2,.^S^^c::^>^...... . , J972, 



12590 



Cksmpsny, 8001 South Db.ic Hiolv.v->y. iC^jy Bl3cayiie, riciirfa 331'i9 

'.. ^;._»i3teeiiiT2: 

F.jtll't'Unilt to lawful authority, YOU ARE HEREBY COMMd^YDKD to 

appear before the SE.Y.1TE SELECT COMMITTEE O.Y FRESIDEXTIAL 

CAMPAIG.Y ACTiriTIES of the Senate of the United States, on . 

__.Ec::(;!)vvAfch . ., i5Jf_.., at , ^, o'clooh jn., 

at their committee room G=.3.Q3^Jfev/.SCfn3Lt9_QifJi2e3-«Udiaa.,J/£aaMtiSiQaJ8^C.2051 

then and there to testify what you may know reiatiuo to tJi0 subject 

matters iinder oonaideretion by said cominittee, 

i\nd prcduco all records for the period from Janua ry 1, 19 69 to the present ^me on 

:l'?g'?MP.^3_j;^-_Q527 end #2'-164S tncludtng hut not Itnittcrf t o a transcitpt of t!iQ account 

do.-.ciit tickets, cvidenoe of Items depositGd and charged to tho accccut. as v/eH as 
any other records relating to the individual in v/hose name the above accounts may b? 



c I'jo all records oi accountg.iQ which Plerixirt Kalr.'Jjach rnny be signator. 

"''cvtoE {,':il uof, as ycu will answer yoi'.r default under trie pains and pat- 

• ..:*.." J :ii Jir<j/i cases inade end piovu.'^d. 

To „ 

■ ) '/v'J aiifl ritvrii. 

! : ..i'c.i oi i'i3se roccrcicSfliCU under ray hand, by order of the comniittae, this 

'orJilngtcn, D. C. v/ill ,, . « , , . , 

' T'-.-d at this tt -le If - Jiifl_ day of — Qasomv , ui the year of our 

• -■ ; i.ij.da available at ^^^^ ^^^^ thousand nine hundred and -ser/aK^-r.-thyec 
. L.-osvno cv as ollier.vlso / 

:r^f^^_.._-d:_i..ii^.iv;:_..A_..._ „.._ 

j Ciic.inr.rii , Sinate Select Commii'-^-i o.i Prc-i-Ui'.ti-il 



12592 



To CHAHL't;S..G_EEB.0Z.0.,..Kev.Bi.5.aciyn.c;.„Fla,.. 



^UV^Uawt to lawful authontij, YOU ARE imREBY COMMJ.VDED to ' 
appear be/ore the SE.VATE SELECT COMMITTEE O.Y PRESWE.VTIAL 

CAMPAIOJf ACTIVITIES of the Sejiate of the United States, on. 

_ j2.CZjl<2,'ii.^ 3j\... ._...., 1^3, at , '. -/A o'clock _/5L m., • 

at thetr cominittee room n-3Qa, Mew Senate Office Building. W ashtn crtoO, y.C. 
tJien and there to testify what jfou may know relative to the subject 
matters under consideration hy said ^ommitte*. ' 

^d bring with you matCTlals ligtsd on the attache d gheet fa» your 

posge sston . custody or ccwittol. ; 



■i'::xct}t iailwA.as r/oic vjcll ctuve,- ijoar defuulL ttitrJer the pains and pen- 
i.:'.iic-i in such cases ni'.Us i.'.r,d i),oj:''<:d, 

to seres and return-, • 

Prcduci-ion of tliese gi'ben under my hand, by order of the committee, this 

reco'-iis at Washington, 

D. C. will be waived at .J!Ath.^day ©/..October _ _^ ,-,i the year of our 

V'V.i L'l.TO f.f they are made available 

,- .::-.cd to by a r3pres<3nt3a^g"' ""« r/<0'-:/<c7 ..•ac hundred .v;,^^.-^-n^.y -^hxiia.. 



Ch::irinan, Sci^ate Select Coniitiitti;^ on Presidential 
Campaign .ictivities. 

CB 



12593 



/ rmjcfe service of the within suhpena 

j^.r,r^ji:^,i.z^..,J!^r± ^ .._ 

the itn'thin-named ^A/:?/f/i^< <>^, 

JL±k{?.Z.C....... „_. .,at 

../)2/./2^.L ^7/!hd^.d^ L 



aC .,v.7..i.i.>^. ,,.,^ o*cloc7c ^^/^. m.., o/i 

0/ ..™^-!^i::*d^^<^- ^,197:^ 



/ 

o.s. •ovtnNMTNT pniHTiNO orriei 2S-i20*b 



12594 

And produce all records for the period from January 1, 1969 I 
to the present time of the following organizations/ Fishers island 
Inc., Wash Well Inc. , Centro ^ornfnercial Cubano, Inc., Cocolobo' 
Coy/ Monroe Land Title , Mutual Acceptance, B & C Investment, 
Lummus Island, Adams Key, including but not limited to cash 
receipts and disbursement books, journals, general ledgers, bank 
statements, deposit tickets, evidences of items deposited and 
withdrawn, financial statements. Income tax returns , correspondence 
files and all related documents; also your personal accounting 
records of receipts, disbursements, journals, ledgers, financial 
statements, income i-?.x rotiuns, co:ro:;"po.v.:i.:-!icG files and oil 
related cocurnc-nts. 



12595 

feongrc5J2{ of tije Wiwiith ^taus 



!fey..J5iscayD.ei_Fl3., _ 

i.llU-lj'Ucint to lawful authodtij, YOU ARE HKRICBY COMMAJfDED to 
appear before the SEXATE SELECT COMMITTEE O.Y PRESIDEXTIAL 

CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES of the Senate of the United States, on ^' 

JlcJTeifSJ^. — ^Ql. , m\i., at _ /<3L- o'clock .^... m., 

at tlieir oommittee rootn G-308. New Senate Office Build ing. W ash<nqfr>n,..p.<^. 
then arid there to testify what you may know relative to the subject' .. 
matters under consideration by said committee. 

And bring with you material listed on the ^j t tach ed she et tn YQtir 

possession^ custody or control. 



r';':i"'S r;";jl ivif, c's /;'»'4 t"£:Y c;i ;(',-.?/• i/oiir itcfiiHlt laifUr tin: pains and peit- 
aliies i?i such cases made cud provided. 

Lo c-iici ci:id retuJvi. 

Production of these records (3i\)tn under my hand, by order of the committer, this 

at V/drJiington, D. C. will be ... , . ^ ^ , . , 

v/>ii v-.id ,1 1 tivLs time if they -?-4th- day of ...„Q.C..Qb.ec , m the year of our 

MO .n,-:.JG civailable as agreed to ^^^^^ o„g thousand nine hundred and .se.Y.e.ntx-.rihi:ae. 
'ly a representative of this Committee, <'xv ,_^ ^v." * 



Ch\lni:rn, ^' ::> i'l-.t Coi-a. Hl-cc r,t r,::s:J<:iii:al 



CB 



12596 



......„..£sC£...£l .m^ 

/ made service of tJie within suhpend 



the within-named /.U:iJi,jCh'S^/},y.&JL^^ 



'jt ~^ .^.•:./.1>.^..... (foloctc ^/rL m,, on 

the ^ c:/../". — .t:^..«^..« ^^..*^,^ daj/ 



of ^^^^.}^^-...: „, m3.-: 

Signed )^:uxc>ii2Z'.^:-J:J:<:n:X^'- 

■ ,. ry ■ J' 

0.8. eortnnHfuT PRiNTino cfricf' • 5;-4#t>-)i 



12597 - : . 

And produce all records for the period from January 1, 19 69 
to the present tine including but not limited to reports of new accounts 
opened, loan committee meeting minutes, minutes of the Board of 
Directors, securities acquired and sold, list of all accounts to v/hich 
C. G. Rebo7.o is signator, accouncs in v.liich C. G. R-boozo rr\ay have 
deposited or v;lthdravvn funds on bahalf of otlier persons as trustee 
or oinerwise, correspondence files, safe deposit boxes to v/hich 
C. G. Rebozo or Thomas H. Wakefield has or had access to, signator 
cards of all such safe deposit boxes, stock records and all related 
docum.ents; also ti'anscript of the accounts and Supporting evidences 
of transactions on behslf of Fishers Island, Inc^ , Wash Well Inc., 
Centre Commercial Cubano, Inc., Cocolobo Coy, Monroe Land Title, 
Mutual Acceptance, B 6c C Inve.vi:rncnt, Adams Key, T.ur.:nvis Island 
and all related documents. 



12598 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

Congcc^Si of tlje ^niteb B>tatt^ 



To ■P^'^^^^'^"^ °^ Custodian of Records, .KeyBlsca-Yne Bank and 

Trust Compa ny , 



., Greeting: 



^UCiSUant to lawful authority, YOU ABE HEREBY COMMANDED to 
appear before the SEJ^ATE SELECT COMMITTEE OJf PRESIDENTIAL 

CAMPAIGJf ACTIVITIES of the Senate of the United States, on 

Japa& gy29 , 197±, at I2l90__ o'clock _»i. m.'. 



at their committee room _G.3Q8 New Senate Office .Buildmar ^ 

tTun and th*r0 to testify what you may know relative to tike iuhjeot 
matters under consideration by said committee. 

And produce any and all mzterlals listed on the attached 

sheet in ycur pcssasaion, c ustody, or control. 



fleceof Cstl not, 05 you wiU answer your default under the pains and pen- 
alties in such casei made and provided. ■ - 

To : — i — : 



to serve and return, 

(Stben under my hand, by order of the committee, tJiis 

^^^- day of Ja j aary £^ j^^g y^j. ^f ^wr 

Lord one thousand nine hundred and _s?ventjr-foujr 



Chairman, Senate Select Committee on Presidenttal 
Campaign Activities. 



12599 



' And bring with you pursuant to Senate Resolution 60 of the 93d 

Congress the following: 

(1) Any and all original records of safe deposit box numbers 2Z4, 
Z22, and 633 including but not linnited to records of access to said boxes, 
signator dards to said boxes, records of repairs to said boxes, the records 
of drilling open said boxes, and any instructions relating to the disposition 
of contents of said boxes upon the death of C, G. Rebozo. 

(2) Any and all original documents and original .records which relate 
to the transfer of $4562.38 on June 28,. 1972 from the Thomas H. Wakefield 
Special Account #2-1691 to the Wakefield, Hewitt and Webster Trust Account 
#1-0673 and which relate to the deposit, expenditure, disbursement or transfer 
of said funds from the Wakefield, Hewitt and Webster Trust Account including, 
but not linnited to, books, files, ledgers, books of accounts, correspondence, 
notes, surveys, receipts, appointment books, diaries, menaaranda, checks, 
check stubs, deposit slips, bank statement^, petty cash records, telephone . 
records, credit card vouchers and bills, expense reports, airline and rail- 
road records, savings records, loan records, fund-raising records and records 
of gifts of cask, securities, and in-kind contributions. 

(3) Any and all documents and records which relate to the Florida Nixon 
for President Committee, 95 West Mclntyre Street, Key Biscayne, Florida 
including, bat not limited to, books, files, ledgers, books of accounts, 
correspondence, notes, surveys, receipts, appointment books, diaries, 
memoranda, checks, check stubs, deposit slips, bank statements, petty cash 
records, telephone records, credit card vouchers and bills, expense reports, 
airline and railroad records, savings records, loan records, fund-raising 
records and records of gifts of cash, securities, and in-kind contributions.' 



(It is not necessary for you to appear personally at this tinne to testify in 
response to this subpoena.) 



39-340 O - 74 - 12 



12600 



And bring v/ith you pursuant to Senate Resolution .60 of the 
93d Congress the following: 

(1) Ajiy and all origi/ial records of safe deposit box numbers 
224,222,. and 633 including, but jiot limited to, records of access 
to said boxes, sigjiator cards to said boxes, iocovds of iep^^.trs 
to said boxes, and records of drilling open said boxes. 



12601 



UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 



Congregfi of ttie tHnitel) States! 



tpg Presiden t or Custodian_of Records, Key Biscayne Bank and 

Trust Com pany ,_^ '_ 



f^ttttinsi 



^OTSfaant to lawful authority, YOU ABE HEREBY COMMAJ^DED to 
appear before the SEJiATE SELECT COMMITTEE OJf PRESIDENTIAL 

CAMPAIGK ACTIVITIES of the Sertate of the United States, on 

Janu ary 28 , 197^, at IO.LQP o'clock _i_ jn., 

at their committee mom. _G::L30J.New„Senatg_Offijce_B.^^ , ^ 

then and there to testify what you may know relative to the subject 
matters under consideration by said committee. 

And 2I°^}iS^^RY ?^-li^.I^^:^J^^.^.}:kf^.^J^9j^.^^^.ft^^SJ^..^ 

sheet in your posses s ion, custody, or control. 



hereof fart not, as you will answer your default under the pains and pen- 
alties in such oases made and provided. 

To A<i!^cw_jyj../?f!5^ : . 

to serve and return. 

6iben under my hand, by order of the committee, this 

24th day of January , in the year of our 

Lord one thousand nine hundred and _s®jventy-four_ 



S»^^ ^f^lA^^v^ J^: 



Chairman, Senate Select Comniittee on Presidential 
Campaign Activities. 



12602 




.$>. , 197^. 



I made tervioe of the within aubpena. 

V 



the within-named Jft!*?_.jW*S^.; 

kaJ. Jift..9««*f«. , at 





;.. .J^^ 



at ..Al'^l..... 

the i.c^.:.M8. 



o'olook :.tS...Tn., on 
day 



of LhMM^. :, 197, 



Signed .( 




■.1. M«tm««iT msTiM wrncs aa-MlHt 



12603 



And bring with you pursuant to Senate Resolution 60 of the 
93d Congress the following: 

(1) Any and all original records of safe deposit box numbers 
224,222, and 633 including, but not limited to, records of access 
to s"aid boxes, signator cards to said boxes, records of repairs 
to said boxes, and records of drilling open said boxes. 

(2) Any and all original ^documents and original records which 
relate to the transfer of $4562. 38 on June 28, 1972 from the Thomas 
H. Wakefield Special Account #2-1691 to the Wakefield, Hewitt and 
Webster Trust Account #1-0673 and which relate to the deposit,, 
expenditure, disbursement, or transfer of said funds from the 
Wakefield, He^yitt and Webster Trust Account including, but not 
limited to, books, files, ledgers, books of accounts, correspondence, 
notes, surveys, receipts, appointment books, diaries, memoranda, 
checks, check stubs, deposit slips, bank statemirts, petty cash 
records, telephone records, credit qard vouchers and bills, expense 
repoits, airline and railroad records, savings records, loan records, 
fund-raising records an^ Records of gifts of cash, securities, and 
in-kind contributions. 

(3) Any and Ml documents and records which relate to the 
Florida Nixon for President Committee, 95 West Mclntyre Street, 
Key Biscayne, Florida including, but not limited to, books, files, 
ledgers, books of accounts, correspondence, notes, surveys, 
receipts, appointment books, diaries, memorajida, checks, check 
stubs, deposit slips, bank statements, petty cash records, telephone 
records, credit card vouchers and bills, expense repoirts, airline 
aund. railroad records, savings records, loan records, fund-raising 
records and records of gifts of cash, securities, and in-kind 
contributions. 



(It is not necessary for you to appear personally at this tinne to 
testify in response to this subpoena. ) 



12604 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ^ 

€onBre£(« of On tUnittt States 

To ?-?-?-?A^.?.2L.9.L.?.'i?1.9^?^^^_°^.5£^°^^s, Key Biscayne Bank and 

ZJ?'^ st Company 



-, ^ttting: 



^mrsltiant to lawful authority, rOU ARE HEREBY COMMAJTDED to 
appear before the SENATE SELECT COMMITTEE OJT PRESIDEJTTIAL 

CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES of the Senate pf the United States, on, 

-FebruarxJi 297A, at ^9. o'clock .±L.m., 

at their committee room G-308. New Senate Qffi£g„Pi;ilfli22£. _ 

then and there to testify what you may know relative to the subject 

matters under consideration by said committee. 

A.niLpxaduse_5Tiy_and_a]J_materials_X^^^ 

sh eet in yo ur posse s sion^^jcustody. or control. 



Jleteof l&fX not, as you wiU answer your default under the pains and pen- 
alties in such oases made and provided. 

to serve and return. 

^axtn under my hand, by order of the committee, this 
_A4th_ day of __.JanaarY ^ ^„ ^j^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^ 

Lord one thousand nine hundred and _?e.yes*yj::fQur. 



'^^>f>t^-^Jf^^!^ 



Chairman, Senate SelHt Committee on Presidential 
Cam,pai^n Actiidtiea. 



12605 




.jZi^. 



jQ,....., 197^ 



hyji 



I mctde service of the tuithin auhpena 

^^c:....:„ 



the within-named 







7 






■f 



A^tC^'ivi^. 




-« ■**- 



'i — — 



at 



J. J., o'clock ^.,./xm,, on 



the 




;^v..* — day 



of 



y^S^:?^-!:*.^., 197^ 




Signed 

U.C. MvutiHciir raiHTim omei S9-<islHt 



12606 



And bring with you pursuant to Senate Resolution 60 of the 93d 
Congress the following: 

(1) Any and all original correspondence between C. G. Rebozo and 
Richard Danner, Robert Maheu, and/or any other representatives, agents 
or designees of the Hughes Tool Company or of the Summa Corporation 
fronn January 1, 1969, to the present., 

(2) Any and all original telephone records and records of phone 
messages from January 1, 1969, to the present which reflect telephone 
calls from C. G. Rebozo to any of the following individuals including but 
not liiTiited to: , Seymour Alter, Vincent Andrews, W.A. Baraket, Dita 
Beard, Robert Bennett, Arthur Blech, Stephen Bull, Elgin "Jack" Cleveland, 
Brock Comegys, Jack T. Cromar, James Crosby, Richard Danner, Chester 
Davis, I. G. "Jack" Davis, John W, Dean, m, Franklyn DeBoer, Frank 
DeMarco, John Ehrlichman, Dean Elson, Thomas Evans, Frederick Fielding, 
Robert Finch, Peter M. Flanigan, F. William Gay, Kenneth G^mrtiill, 

Jack Gleason, James Golden, Herman Greenspun, William Griffin, H. R. 
Haldeman, Anthony Hatsis, Lawrence Higby, Patrick Hillings, Howard 
Hughes, Tod Hullins, Herbert W. Kalmbach, Herbert Klein, Egil Krogh, 
Frederick LaRue, Paul Laxalt, Peter Maheu, Robert.Maheu, Stanley , 
McKierncin, John Meier i Cilff Miller, John D. Mitchell, Edward L. Morgzm", 
Edward P. Morgan, Donald A. Nixon, Edward Nixon, F. Donald Nixon, 
President Richard Nixon, France Raine, Manolo Sanchez, Hugh Sloan, 
George Smathers, Maurice Stans^ John Suckling, U.S. Internal Revenue 
Service, Claudia Val, Thomas Wakefield^ Ken Whitaker, 

Ralph Winte, Rose Mary Woods. 

^ (3) Any and all records which reflect the last known home address 
and phone numbers for the following former employees: 

Qisela 9, Delk 

Julian 15. ■ Halliburton -- 

Lisa Husemeier 

Sharon L. Leber 

Mary Jcine Richards 

William T. Thacker 

(4) Ahy and all records relating to the installation and maintenance 
of a "White House" telephone in the office of Charles G. Rebozo at the Key 
Biscayne Bank & Trust Company. 



12607 



^<* / ... 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ^*^ 



CongresSfi of ti)e tHniteb States; 



To Ch arles G. Rebozo 



., 6teetfns: 



$tlT£(aailt to lawful authonty, YOU ABE HEBEBY COMMANDED to 
appear before the SEJTATE SELECT COMMITTEE O^T PRESIDEJ^TIAL 

OAMPAIGJf ACTIVITIES of the SenaU of the United States^ on 

Jagu a^^^S ^ ^^74^^ at .^J^ML. o'clock .±L. m.. 

at their committee room G-3P8 Ngw J5i£flate„Qffi&e-JB.giIding : , 

then and there to teeUfy what you may know relative to the subject 
matters under ooruideration by said committee. 

And pro duce any and all materials li sted on the attached 

shee t in your possession, custody , or co ntrol. 



l^eteof tail not, as you will answer your default under the pains and pen- 
alties in sueh oases made and provided. 

To . f:k^^^..J^--^J^ 

to serve and return. 

^fben under my hand, by order of the committee, this 

24th day of Januar y ^ in the year of our 

Lord one thousand nine hundred and .J.?_Y®.5*XrJ^l}r_ 



S<t.e».> ^ f4 :A^ ^v^ <H' 

Chairman, Senate Select Committee on Presidential 
Campaign Activitie$. 



12608 



......Itel^^rtftfsev..^..-, writ. 

I made service of the within subpena 



by ........^L...M^. 



he withifi'iiamed ....Sr^bft-../3'?>«*!ft^ 

o*fe^ 

„.<i<i.w,....F^„5l., .„, 

.,.Jt^LL,^^j^^ 



at ...... ^.'.JL.?. o'clock ,.A.., m., on 

the .+.Wf5^...^^fe&. day 

.L*J^ ,197T. 



of 



Siined ..Ahc^..^.:JhS^X^ 

u.t. MynNHeHT p«iimii« orriei S9-ftsl-h 



12609 



And bring with you pursuant to Senate Resolution 60 of the 93d 
Congress the following: ' 

(1) Any and all original records of safe deposit box numbers 224, 
222, and 633 including but not limited to records of access to said boxes, 
signator cards to said boxes, records of repairs to said boxes, the records 
of drilling open said boxes, and any instructions relating to the disposition 
of contents of Said boxes upon the death of C. G. Rebozo. 

(2) Any and all original documents and original records which relate 
to the transfer of $4562.38 on June 28, 1972 from the Thomas H. Wakefield 
Special Account #2-1691 to the Wakefield, Hewitt and Webster Trust^Account 
#1-0673 and which relate to the deposit, expenditure, disbursement or transfer 
of said funds from the Wakefield, Hewitt and Webster Trust Account including, 
but not limited to, books, files, ledgers, books of accounts, correspondence, 
notes, surveys, receipts, appointment books, diaries, memoranda, checks, 
check stubs, deposit slips, bank statement?, petty cash records, telephone 
records, credit card vouchers and bills, expense reports, airline and rail- 
road records, savings records, loan records, fund-raising records and records 
of gifts of cash, securities, and in-kind contributions. 

(3) Any and all documents and records which relate to the Florida Nixon 
for President Committee, 9,5 West Mclntyre Street, Key Biscayne, Florida 
including, but not limited to, books, files, ledgers, books of accounts, 
correspondence, notes, surveys, receipts, appointment books, diaries, 
memoranda, checks, check stubs, deposit slips, bank statements, petty cash 
records, telephone records, credit card vouchers and bills, expense reports, 
airline and railroad records, savings records, loan records, fund-raising 
records and records of gifts of cash, securities, and in-kind contributions. 



(It is not necessary for you to appear personally at this time to testify in 
response to this subpoena. ) 



12610 



UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

-' Congrefig of tfje ^niteb ^tateg 



3\j ^Charles^ G. Rebozo 



., (Greeting: 



^tlTJiUant to lawful authonty, YOU ABE HEREBY COMMAJTDED to 
appear before the SEXdTE SELECT COMMITTEE O^ PRESIDEJTTML 

CAMPAIGJ^ ACTIVITIES of the Senate of the United States, on 

February 14 , 197k., at iPjOO o'clock ..?ts^ m., 

at their committee room ■^-3.9.8 New Senate Office Buil ding 



then and there to testify what you may know relative to the subject 

matters under consideration by said committee. 

And produce any and all materials listed on the attached 



sheet in you r possess ion, custody, or control. 



hereof fail not, as you will answer your default under the pains and pen- 
alties in such^^ses mofle and provided. 




T 



to serve and return. 

^{bm under my hand, by order of the committee, this 

^^^^ day of January ^ in the year of our 

Lord one thousand nine hundred and _J£X?.?iY.:i°.^J 



"^K^. 



^••"•^ •?.. ^yv^ '• y-*». 



Chairman, Senate Select Committee on Presidential 
Campaign Activities. 



12611 



m^...m,f 



by 



I made service of the tvithin subpena 



the within-named !j!}::::y^tL&^:k^S^tlQj^.<^ 



Oli^h^.:d^...k^ 




^..T>ri4X^ki-.^. 




at ..I. o'elook ..„j^. w., on 

the Y—^--^-" ^^y 

of ,^E^S:J^.^cry„ 197.Y 



Signed 



14^^\ 



U.I. MVKiniaf NT piiimM erncc n-Ml-h 




12612 



And bring with you pursuant to Senate Resolution 60 of the 93d 
Congress the following: 

(1) Any and all original correspondence between C. G. Rebozo and 
Richard Danner, Robert Maheu, and/or any other agents, representatives, 
or 'designees of the Hughes Tool Company or the Summa Corporation from 
January 1, 1969, to the present. 

(2) Any and all original telephone records and records of phone 
messages from January 1, 1969, to the present which reflect telephone 
calls from C. G. Rebozo to any of the following individuals including but 
not limited to: Seymour Alter, Vincent Andrews, W.A. Baraket, Dita 
Beard, Robert Bennett, Arthur Blech, Stephen Bull, Elgin "Jack" Cleveland, 
Brock Comegys, Jack T, Cromar, James Crosby, Richard Danner, Chester 
Davis, I. G. "Jack" Davis, John W. Dean, III, Franklyn DeBoer, Frank 
DeMaj^co, John Ehrlichman, Dean Elson, Thomas Evans, Frederick Fielding, 
Robert Finch, Peter M. Flanigan, F. William Gay, Kenneth Gemmill, Jack 
Gleason, James Golden, Hermaxi Greenspun, William Griffin, H. R. Haldeman, 
Anthony Hatsis, Lawrence Higby, Patrick Hillings, Howard Hughes, Tod 
Hullins, Herbert W, Kftlmbach, Herbert Klein, Egil Krogh, Frederick 
LaRue, Paul Lascalt, Peter Maheu, Robert Maheu, Stanley McKieman, 

John Meier, Cliff Miller, John D. Mitchell, Edward L. Morgan, Edward P. 
Morgan, Donald A. Nixon, Edward Nixon, F. Donald Nixon, President 
Richard Nixon, France Raine, Manolo Sanchez, Hugh SloaJi, George 
SrAathers, Maurice Stans, John Suckling, U.S. Internal Revenue Service, 
Claudia Val, , Thonaas Wakefield, Ken Whitaker, Ralph Winte, 

Rose Mary Woods. 

(3) Any and all credit card records, charge records, entertainment 
recotds, expense records, and/or travel records from January 1, 1969, 

to tfie present which reflect contact with any of the following individuals 
including, but not limited to: Seymour Alter, Vincent Andrews, W.A. 
Baraket, Dita Beard, Robert Bennett, Arthur Blech, Stephen Bull, Elgin 
"Jack" Cleveland, Brock Comegys, Jack T. Cromar, James Crosby, 
Richard Danner, Chester Davis, I. G. "Jack'' Davis, John W. Dean, m, 
Franklyn DeBoer, Frank DeMarco, John Ehrlichman, Dean Elson, Thomas 
Evans, Frederick Fielding, Robert Finch, Peter M. Flanigan, F. William 
Gay, Kenneth Gemmill, Jack Gleason, James Golden, Herman Greenspun, 
William Griffin, HJR. Haldeman, Anthony Hatsis, Lawrence Higby, Patrick 
Jiillings, Howard- Hughes, Tod Hullins, Herbert W. Kalmbach, Herbert 
Klein, Egil Krogh, Frederick LaRue, Paul Laxalt, Peter Maheu, Robert 
Maheu, Stajiley McKiernan, John Meier, Cliff Miller, John D. Mitchell, 
Edward L. Morgan, Edward P, Morgan, Donald A. Nixon, Edward Nixon, 
F. Donald Nixon, President Richard Nixon, France Raine, Manolo Sanchez, 
Hugh Sloan, George Smathers, Maurice Stans, John Suckling, U.S. Internal 
Revenue Service, _ Claudia Val, , Thomas Wakefield, Ken 

Whitaker, Ralph Winte, Rose Mary Woods. 



12613 



Pa' 



(4) Any and all documents and records from. November 6, 1968, 

to the present whic.i relate to C. G. Rebozo's campaign and/or fund-raising 
activity on behalf of the ComLm.ittee to Re-Elect the President, the Florida 
Nixon for President Commiittee, any fund-raising gz-oup contributing to the 
Presidential Campaign of 1972, or any fund-raising group contributing to 
the Congressional Campaign of 1970. 

(5) Any and all documents and records relating to the installation 
and maintenance of a "White House" telephone in the home and office of 
Charles G. Rebozo. 



12614 

MAR 27 19/4 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 
Congregjf of tfje Winitth states 



To 1 President or Custodian of Records; Key Blscayne 

Bftilik -and Trust Compaav; Key Blscayne, Florida 



^ttrsittant to laivful cmthoHty, YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED to 
appear before the SENATE SELECT COMMITTEE OJf PRESIDEJfTIAL 

CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES of the Senate of the United States, on 

April 1 , 197^^ at 10:00 o'clock _4i_ m., 

at their committee room G-308, New Senate Office Bldg.; Wash., D. ^ C. 
then and there to testify what you may hnow relative to the subject 
matters finder consideration by said committee. 

And bring with you any and all original records of safe deposit box 
number 225 at the Key Blscayne Bank suid Trust Company of Key Blscayne, 
Florida, during the time that C. G. Rebozo was a slgnator to sa id box 
and/or paid the rentsil for said box, including, but not limited to, 
records of access to sa id box^ signature cards to said box, rec ords 
of rental payments for said box, records of repairs to said box, and 
records of drilling ojben said box. This subpoena can be compli ed with 
by providing the aforementioned materials by registered mail. 

^tveot fail not, as you will answer your default under the pains and pen- 
alties in such cases made and provided. 

To 

to serve and return. 

6iben under my hand, by order of the committee, this 

-Elfch.. day of March ^ f^ the year of our 

Lord one thousand nine hundred and seventy- four 



Chairman, Senate Select Committee on Presidential 
Campaign Activities. 



12615 



„>[/ 



\Al2Sr.^...,.22 , 197,V.. 

I made service of the within subpena 
6?/ ....^.IS.Hv.iL-^.?-. Qk.\..^'...Qi2.5^..^. 

.;bcs..3wa-...7£^-'Sj.a-s).'=^i6-fci ax. Lg?..3tj^.. 

ther wUMnzTumied ...^.tiSkMX.^.-Ati^^T.IilSk^f^^^ 
-^.C$..5^-tiySTX.. ,at 



at ...J...d»,:,.^.l o* clock J...j.. m., on 

the J.i**i1i.tC»:.Y..r..-Sx^.t.ti day 

of ;)^X^:i^S»hb , 197. ± 




Signed\^\sj,j»oMi*. 



.'.■"' ■ ■■ ■ ^.Jl 



35-687 3184 




39-340 O - 74 - 13 



12616 

'mi 21 1974 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 
Congresis; of tije Winittb States; 



fPfj C« G, Rebozo 



., ^retttng: 



^UDStiant to lawful authoHty, YOU ABE HEREBY COMMANDED to ' ' " 
appear before the SEJ^ATE SELECT COMMITTEE OJ^ PBESIDEJ^TIAL 

CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES of the Senate of the United States, on 

April 1 , 197'L, at 10^ 00 o'clock Ai_ m., 

f,f. their r^rr,yr>rf±^'' Tnnm. G-^08. Ne w Senate O f fice Bldg.; Wash. D. C. 
then arid there to testify what you may know relative to the subject 
matters under consideration by said committee. 

And bring with vou any and all original records of safe deposi t box 
number 225 at the Key Biscayne Bank and Trust Company of Key Blscayne, 
Florida^ during the time that C. G. Rebozo was a signator to s aid box 
and/or paid the rental for said box, including, but not limited to, 
records of access to said boXj signature cards to said box, re c o r d s 
of rental payments for said box, records of repairs to said box, and 

rpporfis nf drilling open said box. ThX^ gubpoena_can_be compiled with 

by providing the aforementioned materials by registered mail. 

hereof fail not, as you will answer your default under the pains and pen- 
alties in such cases made and provided. 

To 

to serve and return. 

<6iben under my hand, by order of the committee, this 
25th ^^y Qf March ^ ^^ ^^g y^^^ ^^ ^^^ 

Lord one thousand nine hundred and _?jsventyj^J^r 



^i<h 



Chairman, Senate Select Committee on Presitfential 
Campaign Activities. 



12617 



.JyJ.^Xk^.E....2J. ,197.^.. 

I made service of the within subpena 
by „^.SAi.vl^».9-Jn^.5i.S„.Gll.Sil3: 

the^within-named .!Srl?PJi.'r.,TX*i:i^S3LZIS.fel&A 
.-y.S:.„^l--U.'5,T:?- „.„ ,at 



at . /..S-:...9.1.... o'clo'ch :.T.... m., on 

the .....J.J=cis-.t^.T.r...:J!§iv.^.'^. day 

of .lCQ.^iSl5i-..h)i , 197.± 

Signed .-^Q..*-A5.1c^c^^;r^.Sv3'5^-'^. . " : ' : i ■ 

o...«ov4«=K7WHTiKcofnce 18-88082-1 ^»snu£VV-a 9r5 7AL.C. «f Tla. 



wKwo N. aM^cm, JffJ. 



12618 

MAR271S74 

QlCixHcb Pieties ^enctie 



SELECT COMMITTEE ON 

PRESIOEJMTIAU CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES 

(nmSUAMT TO s. itcs. le. uo conork^s) 

WASHINGTON. D.C. 20510 



To: U.S. (Deputy) Marshal 

From: Lee E. Sheehy 

Subject: Process Service of Enclosed Materials 

Date: March 26, 1974 

Please ser\-e enclosed two subpoenas on Mr. Alan C5"eer, 
Mr. William Prates, or their representatives or agents, i.e. 
secretary or whoe%'er can and will accept the subpoenas, at 
the Prates, Ployd, . . . Law Pirm on the 12th floor of the Concord 
Building, Miami, Plorida. Please give one copy of enclosed 
booklet with each subpoena served to insure proper service of 
process. Finally, please deliver enclosed letter when serving 
process. Your co-operation is much appreciated. 

Sincerely yours , 



Lee E. Sheehy ^* — J 



Investigator 



12619 



UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

Congres^s; of tfje tHniteb States; 



.TEaal„CDSiBaB3t 

, ^tutiuq: 



^miuaat to lamfiU autnoHty, YOU ABE HEREBY COMMANDED to 
appear Ufore. the SENATE SELECT COMMITTEE 0?f PBESIDEJfTIAL 

CAMFAIGJi ACTIVITIES of the Svnat^ of the United States ^ on 

AmmJU , 197 jb, at 2-tffl}- o'clock %»Jn,., 

at their committee room Rm. firlfWI, ?tif Sl^g■^^ Qfflra Blilg.; Ja«li1,ngtaaL,.JDC„, 
then and there to testify what you may know relative to the subject 
matters under consideration by said com,mittee. 

And hrint glfh ynw all wmtmrtmlm Katfrfjoa-Aa. wtrarhnd. Jh— t 

JTi.yoiffr.. [ionnwmi,fln» caafrxty^ .or. rawitcnV. 



^tttet tail mU as you will answer your default under the pains and pen- 
alties in such cases made and provided. 

To . ^ " 

to serve and return. 

6fiten under my hand, by order of the committee, this 

11 day of jima , in the year of our 

Lord one thousand nine hundred and 



Chairman, Seriate Select Committee on Presidential 
Campaign Activities. 



12620 



And bring with you the following: 

Any and all documents , records , and materials , or copies 
thereof, including, but not limited to, transcripts of accounts, 
bank statements, cashier's checks, bank checks^ evidence of items 
deposited and charged, cancelled checks, deposit tickets, advice of 
charge, transfers, correspondence, files, memoranda, and all other 
relat«d items relating to the Wakefield, Hewitt, and Webster law 
firm, Thomas H. Wakefield, Robert G. Hewitt, and pertaining to 
the firm or said individuals as trustee (s) , agent (s) , or fuducuary 



(ies) including, but not limited to, Wakefield, Hewitt, and Webster 
Trust Account and Thomas H. Wakefield Trust Account from November 8, 
196a to .April 30, 2m^ 



12621 



UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 



-~x'.---9.rrr- 



, Greeting: 



^uraUant to lawful authority, YOU ABE HEREBY COMMAXBEB to 
appear before the SENATE SELECT COMMITTEE OK PRESIDEJ^TIAL 

CAMP.iIO?f ACTIVITIES of the Senate of the United States, on 

, , 197.^, at ^^,.1^ o'clock ^ m., 



at their committee room .^__^.-o.m — •■»■ <!~m,,.. ■>ri'i>.j« "ivr- -■-r«^wi. n -nr =h*-» 

then and there to testify what you may know relative to the subject 
matters under consideration by said committee. 



T.'^^liB.\ixvi\,asyouwillansiver your default under the pains and pen- 
alties :'•: such cases made and provided. 

i u 

to se . and return. 

(S^i'ozn under my hand, by order of the committee, this 

^■. -•., day of * .^^_ , , in the year of our 

Laid om thousand nine hundred and ^_,^,,4,^_..«._.,.,. 



Cwdrrnati , S-'iate Sdecc Co.-nmii.te;', on Pr-Jiidential 
Camr.'-.-oTK .Ictiuitlr;;. 



12622 



.L K. i.NW."..-<v. II ' ij»:ii. p. viiicta. »». coti. 



QiCnUsi) J2)1c:Us JS)tn.aU 

P.lESIOt.'iTIAL CAM?AlG.-| ACTIVITIES 

(l>'J«S'i>'«f n J. 3??. 41. );t» CJMlSJSj) 

WaSHI/tGTOM. D.C. 20310 



June 21, 19711. 



Dear Sir: 

Please serve the attached subpoeua and book 
of rules on C. G. Rebozo personally at either "his 
residence at ^90 Bay Lane, Key Biscayne, Florida, 
or at the Key Biscayne Bank and Trust Coapany, 95 
W. Mclntyre Street; Key Biscayne, Florida. 

If probleiES arise,, please call oe at telephone 
#202-225-0531. Thank you. ' 



^iocerely yours , 



laa E. Shaehy 
Investigator 



12623 



UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

Congreg^ of tije IBnittti ^tateg 




TYj President or Custodian of Eecords; Key Biscayne Bank and 
Tru st Company 



., Greeting: 



^Uriuant to lawful authority , YOU ABE HEREBY COMMAJfDED to 
appear before the SEJTATE SELECT COMMITTEE OJi PBESIDET^TIAL 

CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES of the Senate of the United States, on 

J"°g 17 ^ jsyJ,^ at ^-QO o'clock -.JL'm., 

at their committee room to, G-308, New Senat e Office B ldg; Washington , DC ^ 
then and there to testify what you may know relative to the subject 

matters under consideration by said committee. 

A^^tringjK[lt±ij^u_allj5aterials listed on the a ttache d sheet 

in your possession, c usto dy, or control. 



J^ercot fail not, as you wUl answer your default under the pains and pen- 
alties in such cases uiade and_j)rovided. 

To 

to serve and return. 



' made and^rovided. f. 



®iben under my hand, by order of the committee, this 

__li day of Jujje , in the year of our 

Lord one thousand nine hundred and ..?.?jy.?.?.Pjy~?9H5.„ 



CJtairTnan, Senate Select Committee on Presidential 
Campaign Activities. 



12624 



...5.^J5r?r J^..:._ , mil. 

I made service of the ivithin subpena 
by 



the within-named ..><T^y„WiWpM„.,. W 

._..j\s; L»..J\^^ 



at ^ o'clock ...A w., on 

the i*!f *, . day 

of ^..... Av^^f!^!! ... ., lorHt. 

Signed .,.,.^^^ii4^^^^ 

9*, 9m*n»tin ftiimM trrtci txn-k 



12625 



And bring with you the following: 

Aiiy and all documents, records, and materials, or copies 
theteof, including, but not limited to, transcripts of accounts, 
bank statements, cashier's checks, bank checks, evidence of items 
4leposlted and charged, cancelled checks, de]^oslt ^Ickacs, advice of 
charge, transfers, correspondeace , files, memoranda, and all otiher 
related Items relating to tiie Wakefield, Hewitt, and Ttebstcr law 
firm, Thomias H. Wakefield, Robert C Bewltt, and pertaining' to 
the firm or said individuals as trustee ts) , agent (s) , or fudncuaxy 
<ie3) including, but not limited to, Wakefield, Hewitt, and Webster 
Trust Account and Thomas H. Wakefield Tirust Account from November 8, 
1968 to .April 30, 197^. V. ' :■ ^ 



12626 



UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 
Congrejisi of tf)e Winittti ^tatejj 



To ^^!^^®5^_^. C^^'todlan of Recorda; Key Blacayne Bmxis. a nd Truat 



^UrSiUant to lawful authority, YOU ABE HEREBY COMMANDED to 
af^ear before the SENATE SELECT COMMITTEE OX PRESIDENTIAL 

CAMPAIGJ^ ACTIVITIES of the Senate of the United States, on 

^"°* "• , i^_, at 2:00 o'clockm. m., 

at their committee rooy>^.t.J^iT3P^.«. *•* S*P!g^-.0*3?lgiLPlflgtj WMhlngton, IB , 
then and there to testify what you may know relative to the subject 
matters under consideration by said committee. 

And bring vlth you 11 aafrlala iJUtad on tba a ttf hwd nh,^ in 

your po8«q— loa, euytody, or eotct rol, 



^tttol fail not, as you will answer your default under the pains and pen- 
alties in such cases made and provided. 

To 



to serve and return. 



<6iben under my hand, by order of the committee, this 

? day of ^H?? , in the year of our 

Lord one thousand nine hundred a«^Y»?*yr.?OiiE 



Chairman, Senate Select Committee on Presidential 
Campaign Activities. 



12627 



And bring with you the following: 

Any and all documents and materials, or copies thereof. Including, 
but not limited to, bank statements, transcripts of account, evidence' 
of items deposited and charged, transfer slips, advice of charge, 
■enoranda, files, correspondence, deposit slips, checks, cashiers 
checks , bank checks , receipts , and ledgei^ , relating to transactions 
in the account of Bourterse, Borelli, and Albaisa Architects fim 
account including, but not limited to, the following deposits: 

Pate of Deposit Amount 

On or about January 15, 1969 $750.00 

On or about January 18, 1969 $295.65 

On or about February 10, 1969 $400.00 

On or about March 7, 1969 $400.00 

On or about March 14, 1969 $100.00 

On or about March 19, 1969 $300.00 

In April, 1969 $156.14 

On or about April 2, 1969 $581.00 

On or about June 6, 1969 $250.00 

On or about February 1, 1973 $1519.50 

On or about February 20, 1973 $210.78 



12628 



EXHIBIT 56 



UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

Congresig of tlje ?Hniteb States; 



To Ch arles G. Rebo zo 



., ^wtflng: 



$Ur£!uant to lawful authority, YOU ARE HEREBY COMMA^^DED to 
appear before the SEPTATE SELECT COMMITTEE OJf PRESIDENTIAL 

CAMPAIGJ\r ACTIVITIES of the Senate of the United States, on 

May '3 , I$7L, at 1^^ o'clock _5^ m., 

at their committee room G -308 , New Se nate Office Building, Washington, D .C. 
then and there to testify what you may know relative to the subject 
matters under consideration by said committee. * 

And produce any an d all mat erials and d ocuments li st ed on the 

a]:tached sheets in your possessio n, custody or control. 



hereof fart not, as you will answer your default under the pains and pen- 
alties in such cases made and provided. 

To 



to serve and return. 



&ibtn under my hand, by order of the committee, this 

24 day of ...APAl , in the year of our 

Lord one thousand nine hundred and _s.ejifin.titri.QUC_ 



Chairman, Senate Select Committee on Presidential 
Campaign Activities. ^ 



12629 



_ April__29, ^ 297}^.. 

I made service of the mithin subpena 
j^y serving a copy on _the within 

J?M«d„?M?l??-..9...?,5?9.?.5 

the within-named . 

fat 

Florida. 




.nOmi.n..n^..F.QRSKI^U*S^MAESHAL 

William M, Leary Jr.,] 

«* > 7 7 S/Fll/ 

at .. o ciocK m^', on 

the ^ „ day 

of . , 197^. 

U.>. SOVrRNWCNT PSINTtNO OFPICC 10— $8082-1 



12630 



And bring with you pursuant to Senate Resolution 60, 93rd Congress, 
1st- Session the following: 

(1) Any and all correspondence and enclosures contained 
therein from January 1, 1969 to March 31, 1974 to or from the following 
individuals and/or to or from Charles -G. Rebozo and relating to any 
of the following individuals ; 



(a) James Golden 

(b) F. Donald Nixon 

(c) Edward Nixon 

((i) ■ Rose Mary Woods 

{q^ President Richard Nixon 

(f) Robert F. Abplanalp 

(g) William Griffin 
(h) Kenneth Gemmill 
(i) Herbert Kalmbach 
(j) - Frank DeMarco 

(k) Thomas H. Wakefield 

(1) William Rebozo 

(in) A. D. Davis 

(n) J. E. Davis 

(o) T. W. Davis 

(p) M. A. Davis 

(q) Clint Murchison 

(r) Jack Davis 

(s) James Crosby 

(t) John Ehrlichman 

(u) H. R. Haldeman 

(v) Fred Fielding 

(w) Hobart Lewis 

(x) J. Fred Buzhardt 

(z) Al Haig 



12631 



-2- 



(2) Any and all original telephone records or copies thereof 
from January 1, 19 59 to March 31, 1974 which reflect toll calls made 
from any telephones to which Mr. Rebozo has access including but 
not limited to the following numbers . 



305-361-5455 

305-361-5484 

305-361-5485 

305-351-5486 

305-361-5487 

305-361-5553 

305-361-9161 

305-366-5487 

305-367-2192 

305-367-2311 

305-361-5951 



(3) Any and all travel records of Charles G. Rebozo from 
January 1, 1969, to March 31, 1974 which reflect travel to the specific 
locations or at the specific times listed in Attachment A to this subpoena. 



(4) Any and all rental records of safe deposit boxes 222, 224, 
225, and 633 of the Key Biscayne Bank and Trust Company from January 1, 
1969 to March 31, 1974. 

(5) Any and all credit card records and paid bills from January 1, 
1969 to March 31, 1974 of Charles G. Rebozo. 



39-340 O - 74 - 14 



12632 



-3- 



(6) Any and all bank records and stock certificate records where 
applicable of the following entities from January 1, 1969, to Ma^ch 31, 1974: 

(a^ Fishers island. Inc. 

(b) Wash WeU, Inc. ... . 

(c) Centre Commercial Cubano, Inc. 

(d) Monroe I^nd Title Co. 

(e) Terminal Island 

(f) R. M. Properties .. _ 

(g) Harbor Terminal Inc. 

(h) Cocolobo Corp . 1 ; 

Ci) Cocolobo Cay . -• 

0) Island Ferry, Inc. - . ^- 

■-■ /■ (k) Ocean Reef VUia ' - • : . . ■ V ' :,. 

(Xh' Mai sonneuve Investments 
- -- ■ (m).'Biscayne Insurance Agency ' '',■---■-' 

(7) Any and all financial records and documents showing the 
source of funds for the following investments from January!, 1969, to 
March 31, 1974: 

(a) 631 N. Ma shta Drive Property , 

Cb) BB Cattle Program 

(c) Travelers Insurance Co. premium payments 

(d) Massachusetts Mutual Insurance premium payments 

(e) Tract 7, Matheson Property acquired Nov. 27, 1972 

(f) Fruit Land Property 

(g) 7000 Armat Drive, Bethesda, Maryland 



12633 



-4- 

(8) Any and all financial records of all unsecured loans to 

or from Charles G. Rebczo from January 1, 1969, to March 31, 1974 including 
but not limited to a loan of $55, 000 from Patricia Nixon Cox to lAr, 
Rsbozo on or about March 5, 19 73, and a loan of $10,000 from President 
Nixon to Mr. Rebozo in January or February, 1973. _ . 

(9) Any and all financial records of transactions with George ' 
Smathars; W. A. "Jake" Jemigan; and F. M. Aldredge from January 1, _ •■. ■■' o 
19fr9 to March.31, 1974. ■ ." I--.'--;^ 

' (10) Canceled checks and check stub book on account 1-0034 :' 
in Key Biscayne Bank from January 1, 1973 to March 31, 1974. - .J- ■-- ' ., 

(U) Any and all documents and records from November 6, 1968, 
to "March 31, 1974, which relate to any activity of Charles G. Rebozo 
on behalf of the Cubans for Nixon Committee or the Florida Nixon for 
President Committee, including the $6,000 check to Thomas H. Wakefield's 
special account written by Mr. Rebozo dxirlng this period. 

(12) Any and all records, deposit tickets, withdrawal slips, 
cancelled checks, memoranda, invoices, ledgers, bill?, receipts, files, 
and folders, relating to any and all expenditures from January 1, 1969, 
to March 31, 1974 paid for or on behalf of President Richard Nixon, Rose 
Mary Woods, F. Donald Nixon, Donald A. Nixon, Edward Nixon, including 
but not limited to expenditures on any real or personal property in which 
the above-listed individuals have an interest. 

(13) Any and all documents, records, paid bills, receipts, and 
invoices for expenditures and disbursements by or on behalf of Charles 

G. Rebozo from January 1, 1969 to March 31, 1974 whether said expenditures 
or disbursements were by or on behalf of Charles G. Rebozo as an individual 
or as an agent and/or officer of any corporation, partnership, or business 
entity. 



12634 



Attachment A 



(1) From January 1, 1969, to March 31, 1974, all travel to the 

following cities (including any entertainment or charged expenses 
associated with these trips): 

Las Vegas, Nevada 

I-os Angeles , California 

Newport Beach, California 

San Clem ente, .California 

Washington, D. C. . / 1: '?/.:" • 

■ New York City, New York . ' ^^ 

Ybnkers, New York .: ^ - 

Eldred, New York [ '■ : -r\:i-:, .-/■'-\'■:::'^^:.■ -' :'-' 

^^oratiacLake, New York — .: : 

Gamp.David, Maryland ;-;;^ - 

Walkers Cay (Carribean Island) ' ^ 
Nassau, Bahamas - 

Paradise Island, Bahames 
All travel outside of the United States 



(2) From April 1, 19 73-^ to March 31, 1974 , all travel to Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania. 

(3) Any and all travel, expenses, charges, and bills paid during 
the following periods of time (including all expenses and charges in 
Key Biscayne, Florida, and Miami): .' 

(a) October 21, 1968 to November 6, 1968 . 

(b) May 4, 1969 to May 10, 1969 

(c) August 16, 1969 to August 22, 1969 .' 

(d) September 1, 1969 to September 31, 1969 .■>. • 

(e) November 3, 1969 to November 10, 1969 -y:^. 

(f) November IQ, 1969 to November 22, 1969 

(g) December 20, 1969 to December 31, 1969 :^ , 
(h) January 15, 1970 to January 25, 1970 : ■. - : 

(i) February 1, 1970 to Febnaary 8, 1970 .-.-^ • 

(j) February 14, 1970 to February 20, 1970 ^ 

(k) February 25, 1970 to February 28, 1970 
(1) March 23, 1970 to April 19, 1970 
Cm). April 27, 1970 to May 9 , 1970 
(n) June 2, 1970 to June 8, 1970 
(o) July 1, 1970 to July 7, 1970 
(p) July 26, 1970 to August 1, 1970 



12635 



Attachment A 




Page Two 






(q) 




(r) 




(s) 




(t) 




(u) 




(v) 




(w) 




(y) 




(2) 




(aa) 



August 15, 1970 to August 22, 1970 
October 24, 1970 to November 1, 1970 
November 16, 1970 to November 25, 1970 
October 9, 1971 to October 15, 1971 
January 8, 1972 to January 14, 1972 
April 1, 1972 to April 10, 1972 
June 14, 1972 to June 21, 1972 
October 24, 1972 to October 31, 1972 
March 1, 1973 to March 15, 1973 
April 1, 1973 to June 30, 1973 
(bb) October 10, 1973 to October 20, 1973 
(cc) January 1, 1974 to January 12, 1974 

(All periods of time specified above are inclusive.) 



12636 

APR291974^j^ 

UNITEX) STATES OF AMERICA 



To President or Custo dia n of Records, Key Biscayne Bank and 
Trust Cnmpflny „ 



$tnrS(nattt to lawful authoHty, YOU ARE HEREBY COMMAJfDEI) to 
appear before the SEJfATE SELECT COMMITTEE OX PRESIDEJTTIAL 
CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES of the Senate of the United States, on 



JiaaL-S , 197L., at 2;06 o'clock _&* 



m.f 



at their committee room n-:^nfl, Maw Rpn?>tP nffir^ RniiHing ^ waghingtrtn^ p ,n, 
then and there to testify what you may know relative to the subject 
matters under consideration by said committee. ^ 
And produce any and all materials and documents listed on the 

attached sheets in your possession, custody or control. 



^xtat fail not, as you will answer your default under the poans and pen- 
alties in such cases made and provided. 

To 



to serve and return. 



6tben under my hand, by order of the committee, this 

_24 day of hsiil , in the year of our 

Lord one thousand nine hundred and seve nty- four 

Chairman, Sejiate Select Committee on Presidential 
Campaign Activities. J 



12637 



April 2?^„ ^297.h. 

I made service of the within suhpena 
by „-.§.?:?iy.inS.-f^?.^RX..9n.JiL*t.-?^^^?^. 

the within-named CHARLES. G^„REBOZO 

, at 

Zlox.iA». 



at XIa3D..M... o* clock m., on 

the . Z9.X day 

Qf APiiy- , 19t)^. 

DONALD D, FORSHT,a,S. MARSHSlg/p, / 



Signed 
Willitm 

O.t. aOVrRNNEHT 



M, L*«ry Jr,, Deputy \1 V \ 

HHMiNT rRtNTiNororricc ft— ft80S3-l ^ V \ 



12638 



And bring with you pursuant to Senate Resolution 60, 93rd Congress 
(1st Session) the following: 

(1) Any and all deposit tickets on the account of Charles G. 
Rebozo, # 1-0034, from January 1, 19 73, to March 31, 1974. 



(2) Transcript of account 1-0034, from July 1, 1973, to March 31, 



1974. 



(3) Transcript of any and all savings accounts of Charles G. . 
Rebozo together with deposit tickets and withdrawal slips . of said accounts 
from January 1, 1969 to March 31, 1974. 

(4) Any and all loan ledger sheets on all loans from January J, 
1969 to March 31, 1974 granted to Charles G. Rebozo or on which Mr. 
Rebozo has contingent liability, showing the interest and principle 
payments; also any and all cashiers or bank checks used in distributing 
the proceeds of the loans if the proceeds were not credited to Charles 
G. Rebozo account Number 1-0034. 



(5) Any and all cashiers checks and bank checks issued for the 
use or benefit of Charles G, Rebozo from January 1, 1969 to March 31, 1974. 

(6) Any and all deposit tickets or credit memoranda together with 
evidence of the item deposited in Charles G. Rebozo account number 1-0034 
on the following dates: 

Date Amoiint 



1/3/69 


$8,000 


1/24/69 


3,000 


5/20/69 


1,000 


10/13/69 


7,000 


2/26/70 


76,192.13 


4/15/71 


50,000 



(7) Transcripts of all accounts from January 1, 1969 to March 31, 
1974 in which Charles G. Rebozo, Nicole Moncourt, or any agents , 
representatives, or designees of Charles G. Rebozo are signators to 
withdrawal of funds or have the authority to withdraw funds (exclude 
portion of account 1-0034 already furnished); also, deposit tickets, 
evidence of items deposited and charged to these accounts. 



12639 

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/ 

(8) Transcripts, deposit tickets, evidence of items deposited 
and charged to the following accounts: 4-11; 2-1927; 4-324; 2-527; 
2-1645; 2-1393; 4-4451;4-1557 from January 1, 1969 to March 31, 1974. 

(9) Transcript, deposit tickets , evidence of items deposited 
and charged to any and ail savings accounts in the name of Patricia 
Nixon Cox from January 1, 1969 until March 31, 1974. 

(10) Transcripts, deposit_tickets, evidence of items deposited 
and charged to any and all accounts from January 1, 19 69 to March 31, 1974 
for which Charles G. Rebozo is trustee or has control over disbursal 

of funds . 

(11) Any and all records, deposit tickets, withdrawal slips, 
cancelled checks, memoranda, invoices, ledgers, bills, receipts, 
files, and folders, relating to any and all expenditures from January 1, 
1969 to March 31, 1974 paid for or on behalf of President Richard Nixon, 
Rose Mary Woods, F. Donald Nixon, Donald A. Nixon, Edward Nixon, 
including but not limited to expenditures on any real or personal 
pBoperty in which the above-listed individuals have an interest. 

(12) Any and all rental records of safe deposit boxes 222, 224, 
225, and 633 of the Key Biscayne Bank and Trust Co. from January 1, 
1969 to March 31, 1974. 

(13) Any and all orginal telephone records or copies thereof from 
January 1, 1969 to March 31, 1974 which reflect toll calls made from any 
telephones to which Mr. Charles G. Rebozo has had access. 



12640 



EXHIBIT 57 



• ^ 



Date January 7i ]9._-^ Project No. 66-120 

Prnjgct Rlohard Hlx o n Tlealdenoe Freaentatlon ._ 

Adrfrg K Key Blaoayne, Flor ida 



Xo.^ CO. Retozo 



490 lay lane 



gey Ela'oajme, Florida 



Invoice No._ 



There is due at this time for architectural fees and rcimbufNable items on the above namcJ project the sum of; 



?Iaterial3 and Supplies: 3295-65 
Xator: 302 hours (Hot Chatrgea> -.- ^ 



Dollars $ 295.65 



The prtseitl Matus oj the lucuunt /5 a.T jollows: 



Bouterae Borrelli '.I'baiaa Architects 



2629 Bird Avenu e Miami Florida 33133_ 



COPYSICHI SEPT lot)— IHt AklERlCAN INSTITUTE OF AHCHirECTS 



12641 



la*. C. C. ..e"bo20 

490 1-3;/ Lano 

Key Iioc.3^'no, i-^lorid:! 



.dcUtioni5 nnd 'vltorationa 
500 Iny !^jr.cif }:oy Iliscayne 
Coram, t.'o . ' 65-1^0 

Sstiwatod Coot of Conotruciiont ^8>000#00 

Votai i^'GQt (}:aBed on l?A of Hstimatod Coot) 960,00 

Thoic io duo at thia tln.o Tor architootAgpg,! 
fees auid roimbiJ-roable itctas the sum of: S 746.63 

.Mchitectural fecat (75^;^) S720.00 
r.Gproduotion cooto: 26.63 

S746.63 



12642 

THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 




AIA Document Alii 



Standard Form of Agreement Between 
Owner and Contractor 

where the basis o/ payment is the 

COST OF THE WORK PLUS A FEE 

c only with the latest edition of AIA Document A201, General Conditions ol the Contract lor Construction. 



GREEMENT 

lade this jsth day of February in the year of Nineteen 

'undred and S.xty-Nlne. 

ETWEEN Mr. C. G. Rebozo, Preeldent. Key BLscayne Bank, Key Biscayne, Florida 

Agent for the 
athe (J)wher, aaaz 

of 500 Bay Lane, Key Biscayne. Florida 

and 
Caldwell- Scott Fnjflneerlng and Construction Company the Contractor. 
339 SE 24 Street. Fort Lauderdale, Florida 



n ' )v\ 'ler and the Contractor agree as set forth below. 



I-<UM|ST Aitt • OWNER CONIRACTOR ACRfEMtNT - SEPI£M9t« 1%7 tOrTION • AIA® ®1«? 
ei, • ViM.TLTt OF ARCHITECTS, 1735 NEW 10RK AVENUE. N.W„ WASMINCTON, D, C. 200» 



12643 



ARTICLE 1 

THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS _, .. „.,,, 

Eleventh Edition 

■niract Documents consist of this Agreement, Conditions of the Contract (General/ Supplementary and 

> onditions). Drawings, Specifications, all Addenda issued prior to execution of this Agreement and all 

• dtions issued subsequent thereto. These form the Contract, and all are as fully a part of the Contract 

• itached to this Agreement or repeated herein. An enumeration of the Contract Documents appears in 

■ 17. If anything in the General Conditions is inconsistent with this Agreement, the Agreement shall govern. 

ARTICLE 2 



THE WORK 

ni Contractor shall perform all the Work required by the Contract Documents for Additions and Altcratlona 

ft- - n\rft Ihr rjplM -n d*\Cfipuv« ol tht Work a% uied on othrr Coolrjct Oocum#oli ) 

to 500 Bay Lane, Key Biscayne. Florida per plans, specifications, accepted 
modifications and other terms as enumerated In Article 17. 



ARTICLE 3 



ARCHITECT 
'chiieu f.-thhi Project is Bouterse, BorreUl, and Albalaa 

2829 Bird Avenue, Miami, Florida 

ARTICLE 4 



' THE CONTRACTOR'S DUTIES AND STATUS 

K .nlrai ..r j. cepls. the relationship of trust and confidence established between him and the Owner by this 

y Hint, le ovenants with the Owner to furnish his best skill and judgment and to cooperate with the Ar- 

iji • in ■ ihiMng the interests of the Owner. He agrees to furnish efficient business administration and 

If- iienii- iCi- ind to use his best efforts to furnish at all times an adeqoate supply of workmen and mate- 

il nd t' pc'-orm the Work jn the" best and soundest way and in the most expeditious and economical man- 

■I •••irsi. I v' ih the interests of the Owner. 



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ARTICLE 5 
TIME OF COMMENCEMENT AND COMPLETION 

W - to be performed under this Contract shall be commenced 

within one day's time after 
Bwtidln^ Permit or receipt of Notice to Proceed, whichever occurs lastu 
,.,, >p^,.i r>'»wHihtnr"}Fh#^t^«al'««d«:'"da;»Horti£Et6'"ef commencement. 



ARTICLE fc 
COST OF THE WORK. AND GUARANTEED MAXIMUM COST 

'le Owner agrees to reimburse the Contractor for the Cost of the Work as defined in Article 9. Such 
sement shall be in addition to the Contractor's Fee stipulated in Article 7. 

le maximum cost to the Owner, including the Cost of the Work and the Contractor's Fee, is guaranteed 
xcpcd the sum ot 

do\\aft,ii,_.^^_ rru- ,_ i e L' -^^^ Gturaoteed Maximum Cost shall be increased 

^sftdJoL Changes m tl^Hl^f^pf j\^^^J^t^l?^n n»»n«fredrForty-Two 

•f inv proviiion tar Hiilnbution ot iny savings' Oftetf ^ifitnpti 6 2 it Ihtft ii no Cutrantftfd Maxrmum Cost.) 



The contractor agrees that if the final cost of construction, 
including the fixed fee but excluding the total of all add- 
itional authorized work, is less than the contract sum, all 
itie total underrun will revert to the oMner. 



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CONTRACTOR'S FEE 

In onsideraiion of the performance of the Contract, the Owner agrees to pay the Contractor in current 
> 3- (ompensation for his services a Contractor's Fee as follows; 

ne Thousand Five Hundred DoUara ($1. 500. 00) 



: ' -r Changes in the Work, the Contractor's Fee shall be adjusted as follows: 

"ifteen Percent (15%) of the additional Coat of the Work for Contractor's 
verhead and general conditions plus six percent (6%) for Contractor's profit. 



Ninety 90 

'le Contractor shall be paid per cent ( %) of the proportionate amount of his 

:h each progress payment, and the balance of his Fee shall be paid at the time of final payment. 



, ARTICLE 8 

CHANCES IN THE WORK 

Kvncr may make Changes in the Work in accordance with Article ^i of the General Conditions insofar 
"clr is consistent with this Agreement. The Contractor shall be reimbursed for Changes in the 
e h.i->is_of Cost of the Work as defined in Article 9. 

oni jctor's Fee for Changes in the Work shall be as set forth in Paragraph 7.2, or in the absence of 
ivi^- ins therein, shall be adjusted by negotiation on the basis of the Fee established for the original 

ARTICLE 9 



COSTS TO BE REIMBURSED 

C'lvt of the Work shall mean costs necessarily incurred in the proper performance of the Work 
le I ontraclor. Such costs shall be at rates not higher than the standard paid in the locality of 
pi .\ilh prior consent of the Owner, and shall include the items set forth below in this Article 9. 
.lai't for labor irf (he direct employ of the Contractor in the performance of the Work under ap- 
ivr bargaining agreements, or under a salary or wage schedule agreed upon by the Owner and 
1 in. luding such welfare or other benefits, if any, as may be payable with respect thereto. 

o' Contractor's employees when stationed at the field office, in whatever capacity employed, 
igf^ at shops or on the road, in expediting the production or transportation of materials or 
II <■<■ considered as stationed at the field office and their salaries paid for that portion of their 
■hi- Work. *•■ 



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' i)f contributions, assessments or taxes lor such items as unemployment compensation and social se- 

. i: ir as such cost is based on wages, salaries, or other remuneration paid to employees of the Con- 

>r . included in the Cost of the Work under Subparagraphs 9.1.1 and 9.1.2. 

proportion ot reasonable transportation, traveling and hotel expenses of the Contractor or of his 

•r;. •mployees incurred in discharge ol duties connected with the Work. 

> • ot all materials, supplies and equipment incorporated in the Work, including costs of transportation 

t> nenls made by the Contractor to Subcontractors for Work performed pursuant to subcontracts under 

>i •uni 

7 :. including transportation and maintenance, ot all materials, .supplies, equipment, temporary facili- 

aiv jnd tools not owned by the workmen, which are consumed in the performance of the Work, and cost 

sa t' value on such items used but not consumed which remain the property ot the Contractor. 

.8 ' nial charges ot all necessary machinery and equipment, exclusive of hand tools, used at the site of the 

•rk I'ther rented trom the Contractor or others, including installation, minor repairs and replacements, dis- 

itlii removal, transportation and delivery costs thereof, at rental charges consistent with those prevailing 
hi 

'.9 ">t of premiums for all bonds and insurance which the Contractor is required by the Contract Docu- 

nt-^ purchase and maintain. 

.!(' .lies, use or similar taxes related to the Work and for which the Contractor is liable imposed by any 

ei ^tal authority. 

.11 i-rmit fees, royalties, damages for infringement of patents and costs of defending suits therefor, and 

)o list tor causes other than the Contractor's negligence. 

.1. 'isses and expenses, not compensated by insurance or otherwise, sustained by the Contractor in connection 

1 Work, provided they have resulted from causes other than the fault or neglect oi the Contractor. Such 

■0 :l include settlements made with the written consent and approval of the Owner No such losses and 

'C hall be included in the Cost of the Work for the purpose of determining the (onirai tor's Fee. If, how- 

r. 1 loss requires reconstruction and the Contractor is placed in charge thereof, he shall be paid for his 

■■I lee proportionate to that stated in Paragraph 7.1. 

;.1 iinor expenses such as telegrams, long distance telephone calls, telephone service at the site, express- 
•imilar petty cash items in connection with the Work. 

1.1- cist ot removal ot all debris. 

',.1 osts incurred due to an emergency affecting the safety of persons and property. 

.V )ther costs incurred in the performance of the Work if and to the extent approved in advance in 
.• the Owner. 



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ARTICLE 10 
COSTS NOT TO BE REIMBURSED 

I vim Cost of the Work shall not rnclude any of the items set forth below in this Article 10. 

1.1 iries or other compensation of the Contractor's officers, executives, general managers, estimators, 

iito: 1 countants, purchasing and contracting agents and other employees at the Contractor's principal office 

I bi " offices, except employees of the Contractor when engaged at shops or on the road in expediting the 

■dui or transportation of materials or equipment for the Work. 

.1.2 Donses of the Contractor's Principal and Branch Offices other than the Field Office. 

■.1.-1 > part of the Contractor's capital expenses, including interest on the Contractor's capital employed for 

• V\ 

1.1.4 erhead or general expenses of any kind, except as may be expressly included in Article 9. 

).^S "-ts due to the negligence of the Contractor, any Subcontractor, anyone directly or indirectly employed 

an them, or for whose acts any of them may be liable. Including but not limited to the correction of de- 

tiv- )rk, disposal of materials and equipment wrongly supplied, or making good any damage to property. 

l.1.(- IP cost of any item not specifically and expressly included in the items described in Article 9. 

M." •>sts in excess of the Guaranteed Maximum Cost, if any, as set forth in Article 6 and adjusted pursuant 

Ai a. 

ARTICLE 11 



DISCOUNTS, REBATES AND REFUNDS 

I • Jiscounis shall accrue to the Contractor unless the Owner deposits funds with the Contractor with 

"li n.ikt" payments, in which case the cash discounts shall accrue to the Owner. All trade discounts, 

b. I refunds, and all returns from sale of surplus materials and equipment shall .iccrue to the Owner, and 

c • >r shall make provisions so that they can be secured. 

I' .-•■* ..iinv irhlins to deposits hy the Chvnci lo peimtt thr- Cttntr^tnr to obtain CJi/l (fucounls J 



ARTICLE 12 
SUBCONTRACTS 

o Work that the Contractor's organization has not been aciuslomed to perform shall be 
'Ir.Hls 'Ch«-e»ntw«t«»4ball-<e()«»«f 4}<cls- kem-sub«sr>4u»<»K-»nd-«K»U -deliver- MJch 
Jba .Ardhtlici-wUU than -deteusiaa.-wUh. (he-advic» «i the-Lon^uao(- »nA-iubi*^\-to-\b» 
- wkx^ ^(d* -vnk^ 4>e-aceepted^ 
hall conform to the requirements of Paragraph 5.3 of the General Conditions. Subcon- 
■mn cI the cost of such work plus a fee shall also b»-' subject to the provisions of ihi; 
icjtMe. 



39-340 O - 74 - 15 



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ARTICLE n 
ACCOUNTING RECORDS 

•roiti.f shall check all materials, equipment and labor enterint" into the Work and shall keep surh full 
ilrti .ircounts as may be necessary for proper linancial management under this Agreement, and the 
ijll iK- satisfactory to the Owner. The Owner shall be afforded access to all the Contractor's records, 
oro'^pondence, instructions, drawings, receipts, vouchers, memoranda and similar data relating to this 
.inif t'le Contractor shall preserve all such records for a period of three years after the fina^ payment. 



ARTICLE 14 
APPLICATIONS FOR PAYMENT 

iclor shall, at least ten days before each progress payment falls due. deliver to the Architect a state- 
■n to if required, showing in complete detail all moneys paid out or costs incurn-d bv him on account 
1 of the Work during the previous month for which he is to be reimbursed under Article 6 and the 
I the Contractor's Fee due as provided in Article 7. together with pavrtills for all labor and all 
•ills for which payment has been received. 



ARTICLE 15 
PAYMENTS TO THE CONTRACTOR 

Architect will review the Contractor's statement of moneys due as provided in Article 14 and will 
^ue a Certificate for Payment to the Owner for such amount as he approves which Certificate shall 
m or about the Fifteenth day ot the monih. 

payment, constituting the unpaid balance of the Cost of the Work and of the Contractor's Fee. shall 
the Owner to the Contractor when the Work has been completed, the Contract fullv performed and 
ntK.iie for Payment has been issued bv the Architect. Final pavment shall he due 
ho "iate of issuance of the final Certificate for Payment. 



TERMINATION OF THE CONTRACT 

•ract may be terminated by the Contractor as provided in Article 14 of the General Conditions, 
vner terminates the Contract as provided in Article 14 of the General t onditions, he shall reim- 
ractor for any unpaid Cost of the Work due him under Article 6. plus (1) the unpaid balance of 
ted upon the Cost of the Work to the date of termination at the rate of the percentage named in 

if the Contractor's Fee be stated as a fixed sum, such an amount as vmII increase the payments 
Mis foe to a sum which bears the same ratio to the said fixed sum as the Cost of the Work at the 
ition bears to the adjusted Guaranteed Maximum Cost, if any, olhervMse lo a reasonable esti- 
thp Work when completed. The Owner shall also pay to the Contractor f.nr compensation, either 
rerii.il at the election of the Owner, for any equipment retained. In case ol such termination of the 
vm • shall fyrjher assume and become liable for obligations. commitmeni> .lod unsettled claims that 
nas •reviously undertaken or incurred in good faith in connection with v.iid Work. The Contractor 
lii" if receiving the payments referred to in this Article 16, execute and deliver all such papers and 
■p^ rluHing the legal assignment of his contractual rights, as the Owner may require for the purpose 

n ' 1 Iho rights and benefits of the Contractor under such obligations or cimmitments. 



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ARTICLE 17 
MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS 

Ti '"- used in this Agreement which are defined in the Conditions o( the Conlrjct shall have the meanings 
;nale(i n those Conditions. 

Til' I ontract Documents, which constitute the entire agreement between the Owner and the Contractor, 
litrri n Article 1 and, except for Modifications issued after execution of this Agreement, are enumerated 
.llovx 

.'/rs Agfftmtnl. Condilion% ol the Contract. (Ctnettl. SopplemrnHry. othrt Condtuom). Drtwingt. Sprfifi<»tion%. Addenda *ftd icreptrd Altre- 

'I. me Of iheet numhfn in ill m»*i »nd ditei where appltable ) 

Thi« Agreement (A.I.A. Document Alll) dtUed February 18, 1989. 

G^rveral Conditions (A.I. A. Document A201). Eleventh Edition, dated 
S^p« ember, 1967. 

D » wings prepared by the Architect (A-l through A-2, S-1, E-1 througb 
£ :. and M-1) dated February 1, 1969, designated as Commission 68420 
a» amended by the accepted modifications listed in Item 5 below. 

Sr-- iricatlons (Cover Sheet and Pages 1 through 3) prepared by the Architect, 

d*«.gnated as Commission #68-120, as amended by the accepted modifications 

1 * ^ in Item 5 below. 

/ • pted Modifications 

/ 'V /C tmlt to be changed from General Electric to Weatherklng. 

\ ' ae Interlor-llned A/C duct where applicable. 

C • lectrlcal Work: Substitute aimilar fixture (Type A) for fixture specified 

abmlttal to be approved by Architect. Substitute regular disconnect for j 

>hunt-trlp switch specified. Substitute one can distribution panel for two 
an panel specified. Main feeder to remain on exterior. 

r tiding Pocket doors at SE corner of conference room to remain. 

I' lelete terrace In Its entirety. 

t 'art II of the electrical work (as shown on General Specifications on Sheet E-lJ 
8 not Included In this Agreement, but will be done by Contractor upon receipt 
f purchase order from the appropriate Government agency, 
t T«rmfl: 

t la understood that and agreed that the Contractor, being fully responsible 
~>r lie general management of the building operations, shall have full and 
irprt authority over the execution of the subcontracta Including the right to 
equi-e of his Subcontractors the furnishing of payment and performance bonds 
t tfre r expense and at the Contractor's discretion. 

ayr »nt and Performance Bond Is not Included. 



12650 



The Owner agreei to Include a valuation of $2. 000. 00 for Contractor's 
tools, equipment, etc., used on the project in his property Insurance. 
Contractor agrees to pay the share of the Insurance premium for this Item. 



T ment executed the day and year first written above. 

)rurc gent for the 

( > *»» V (TB&y Lane, Key Blscayne. CONTRACTOR 

Florida Caldwell-Scott Engineering and Construction C' 

Inc. 



-bZL 



ReN TO Vice President 



Witness 



12651 

'i. LD WELL -SCOTT 



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}Iv t'-rHii-.-f: A'Jditiuiis and Alteratiuns ;■. 
500 Bay Lant-, Key Bisc..,at- 



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D v.V E • . = SCOTT 



-.exencie: Additions and Alteiations to 
f)i)J Bay Lane 
Kt-y Biscayne, Florida 



vii . C. 'i- Kfcbuio. President 
Kety biscayne B^iik 
'jj 'A .MoliUire Street 
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o ,u ORDER FQS aj?pLIES QR S5RV'CEi„ _ , 

3S: :•=«» 1623, 51 S. a. Pljrst a>eo*« 
-° Kirail, yisrlda 33130 



A) /tRK /ILL Pi^CK/ICES/AVDPaPpfiSW/TH ORDER /^ND/O.? 
CONTRACT NUMBERS j | 



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RLaal, Floriiia 



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c/o 5C0 Bay Laae 

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and structoral work at $Q0 Bay I^ae, Say 
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dssign of 2*encr7atJloas aod alt^ratioas for tfas 
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March 7, 1969 

Additions and Alterations 
500 Eciy Lane, Key BiaC3;/-nt 

Receipt is acknowledged ior trie ir.car.t ;:' J 
as total payiaont of architectriral :ir.'? ;•;■=:•■'• 
fees for the aliove r.entioned project. " 11' , 
statements ai e c jolared null =u.u void. Julj* 
will continue v.. til terr.ina-tio.-; c: r:- •. '•■ ct. 

The status of th.-? account iij as fjilovrii: 
?Ges; j dO.''.C-." 

laid: I 800. OC 

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CALDVVSLL-3COTT 

339 S. E 24rt« SrrMi • Tort Laud*nl«U, Flonda • P. O. Box 22160 



j^, 1331 - 5JJ 3*)ri.aa*. K3/3tWa73*. .-n.^Ja ' change order No. ?-> 

Job No ''^^^ Increase { 753. 1 3 

Date ■* 33. Sii Decrease 



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Mr. C. C. fiabeso. A^ni tor 0»Mr 

iC«/ BUca^n* Bank 

S;} W MelaUr* 

Kay BlscajoM. Florida 



The foUowuig proposed chanties in the Miork will alter the limit of cost named in the contract between the Owner of the above 
project and CaldweU-Scott Engineering ii Construction Co.. Inc., by the total computed below. The time fixed in said contract for 
the completion of the work shall be e-xtended for a period of days by reason hereof Approval hereof by you shall 

constitute a written order for the work, in accordance with the terms of the contract , 

For aat23orl2«d premium Uca* worn a» Doled (oot laeludlnj pla«t«rlag wor«): 

3-AjaeUT - ^areh 33 (Praiaiuia oortlan ooiy) 

Carpaol«r Mortmain 1 S 11 fcotira s 5. 45 $ 53. 55 

I vb 11 1-3 hoars ■» 5. 30 9*. ^0 

Caj-psoisrs: J *• 1 1 hour^ ?> 4. 93 1^3. 33 

I fe 11 I 2 iioura i t. 1 > 54. gj 

i_ai>or;ra: 3 s 1 1 r "i ho^wa^ 3. 5.) aJ. SO 

:.\zrjixy - -Morcii 2j (Prgjluja ^>»rtlon only) 

Cxrpaatar ForscQanr 1 '-a 3 bosra S 5. -lb -13. 3^ 

i £ 7 boura M b. 31 39. x'O 

Cxr^satars: <i<^ 5 3. 4 tours- <i 4, 3i 33.^3 

i >3 i CDKira --a 5. iO 40. 3,) 

i-">';or;r3: 1 'is T \ % hour.i ■•; 1. 73 .T^. 34 

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Coatrac'.ar'j ya« '-'i---^ 

This Charge Order is subject to its ac-cptance within five days CALD'AZLL^SCOTT Enii.-.eeriji| i Constrycdon C.-> . Inc. 

from date; otherwise we reserve the right to w)f>,draw it and revl,?e iCt^ ACQ Vij. 13 

A )^. M / -^ "7 

PINK CO°i' AiND KETUP..N TO OUa OFflCE I ' -^^^ /—'x^W^'y x/ ►^'y'' /- 



U-.e costo. 



12658 



339 S E. 24th Street 



CALD W E L L - SC O TT 

EMG.riCERiND&CONSrHUCTtGNCO t%C 

Fort Lauderdale, Florida 



P O. Box ■21I60 



.lob N.) 



■^ ; oiy i.aa<;. • » / i;i3cay;i«, Florida 
3^36 1' 



.ii . C C. rttboza. Agent for Owner 

3i) ,-. Mciulu >.- 
\<. - biji-'a/a- Florida 



f!;,i:i,'c 'Jr.l.i- Ni. 
Iii-ri-.L^e 



Ihf folli'wir.'.; piopiseiJ oli.iiiics iii ijio work will alitr Ihe limit nf ((■>t n;imo\l in the rontract IjcIait-i '.he 0.vr.i.T tit ine ,ib>ive 
p::jji.i.l :.r.(l CaliU-i-U Siuil KnaiKeei inu & Coiislruction <u. Inc. b> 'lie luUil coni(julutl l-i-loiv ihc runv iim."*! •« vml iKjntrakl tor 
;hr fiinijjiHiDii of iMc Aiuk sli li; tx- exienileU Oir a penuil ol d.i>> !iv ri-;is<ii! horw-f .\;..;.....»i! iiorwrf hy you shjii 

iiiMsiliiU' ;i .vritlen order for Ihf wink, in atconlauce «i(h llie lerm^ n' ihc o>nli,.i.l 



"or i-cif.v>va» .'.lid 4'«:plAce/£te-^. af«tour_( li aov»a!e if v 



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.■:n.xio;;« viu Will flncj Invoicr.n r;o.2 and .'/0.3 

•fhio;- .,'or« fa .'ar.l'-jil for our rovisioa. 

, //.' /u c . o • >■ i or tiiii ,;i.La;jtor wor.v Ij l.-i '^rz'ic, 

.j.'i';'l:'.Vw*l.a^'i>; :-■'■•, 3 '^'"^ f'VA.vl trial, t'l-^ o;.ar „w' {'or 
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?C^ Tf*U (!C\.l.0^iHO 5»aCl?IC y3S ;».HO OCCUPANCY 

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12661 



C A L D VV E L L - S C O TT 

FD,^T LAUOEROALH:. FLORIDA' 



July 3, 1969 



Reference: 500 Bay Lane, Key Biscaynt- 



Mr. Jaime Borrelli 
Bouterse, Borelli and Albaisa 
2829 Bird Avenue 
Miami, Florida 

Dear Jaime: 

We are transmitting herewith th^ following items per our 
telephone discussion: 

1. A revised requisition for the work done on 
Mr. Rebozo's house showing a credit for the 
items which he questions. We understand that 
this requisition will then be paid in full. 

2. A final requisition on the 500 Bay Lane property 
including oar Change Orders P-3 through P-12 
for additional work as noted therein. We also 
understand that this final requisition as well as 
our previous requisition will then be paid in 
full. 

Your immediate attention to these matters will be greatly 
aoareciated. 



Very truly your 



!>-,,JL\...ti 



I 

/j . DoniiL-i SC'Ui, -Tr. 
'^Vic:e Prf-sident 



•TDS-Ji^: ;)7. 
Enclosure 



12662 

CALDWSLL-SCDTT 

339 S. E. 24* S»r»»l « Fort LaudardaU, Florida o P. O. 3ox 22160 



J<A 500 Bay Lane, Key Biscayne 

Job No. 1201 

Dats Jiily 3, 1969 



Change Order No. P-3 

Increase » 31_ 23 

Decrease $ 



^^. 



Mr. C. G. Rebozo, Agent for Ownei 

Key Biscayne Bank 

95 W Mclntire 

Key Biscayne, Florida 



_l 



The following proposed charges in the work will alter the limit oi cost named in the contract between the Owner ot the above 
project and CaldweU^Scott Engineering & Construction Co., Inc., by the total computed below. The time fixed in said contract for 
the completion of the work shall be extended for a period of days by reason hereof, ^proval hereof by you shall 

constitute a written order for the work, in accordance with the terms of the contract. ' 



For labor necessary to frame access panel in stud partition 
between AHV closet and storage closet to permit removal of 
duct heater in case of malfunction. 



Labor - Cost 

Contractor's Overhead U Gen. Conditions 



Co.^-tractor's Profit 



.§25. 32 
3.34 

S29. 46 
1. 77 

S31. 23 



This ChiiTjoe Order is subject to its acceptance wiuiin five dijys 
from date; ci;e^^v^se we reser";? the right to wj^hdraw it and revise 
i'>.e Cv^U. 



CALO'.VEU.-SCOTT Ecj:-eer:r.g i Constmction Co.. Inc. 
PLSA3S 3!CN" PI>JK COPY ,\iSD RSTUluN TO O'JR OFFICE '^ '^^ '''"^"■r'-S^i^ ^--^i-^ f/^ 

, J. 'lDfl5al5L3.v..ci;l_-j£.- ■ Vic-; PyesMent 



O'vner's Apo-.'Oval:. 
3y 



ch!t?cf3 .vjorova"; 



12663 



C A L D V/ 5 L L - 3 C O T T 

339 5. 3. 24th Stnti » rort UiKUra^U, T\orKit » P. O. 3ox 22160 



Job ~j?i3 237 l-sa«, Xay SIjcats* 

Job No. 1 4* U I 

D3t^ Jula3. 1989 



ChMge Order No. P-i 
Increase % 

Decrease $ 



Mr. C. C. aeboso. AgtxA ior Otmar 
Kay BUc-A^ra*, Flswii« 



The following proposed changes in the work will alter the timit of coat named in the contract between the Owner of the above 
project and Caldwell-Scott Engineering & Construction Co., Inc.. by the total computed below. The time fixed in said coatract for 
the completion of the work shall be extended for a period of days by reason hereof. Approval hereof by you shall 

constitute a written order for the work, in accordance with the terms of the contract. « 



ixx\uiX*4 ia our ChAag* Ord»r P-\). 






Cortr3>ci-»r'3 ProZit 



rciai Add 



>l )J. 73 



Ji.)i. 7i 



i'his C^a-::o Order is subject to ils acceptance wiLhin five d.i:^s 
.'rem date; oth>;r^ise us reserve the right to withdr-i'v it ^r.d r?v;se 



PLSAiE SIG.'l PI?iK copy A.ND RETU3W TO OUil OFFICE 



C.VLD'ATil.L-SCCriT E.^gL'.cerii:,» i Ccnstructioo Co.. Inc. 







39-340 O - 74 - 16 



3J9S.S-2*'»'^J"_*_ 



12664 

Fort Uud»nijl«, flofidi » P.O.Box 22150 




lncrea3« % AM. 7l3 



Decrease 



"1 

c. c. as5»*a' ^^^ ^■«- •^>'^'- 



V 

.e vwirk u-Ul jlter Ihe limit ol cost natneJ in the conlraci between the 0*-Der ot the ab 
*ijj^ prt>3i»«<l chin^ss ^ ^ Coiisu-uclion Co . I«c . by th* totil c«mputed below "he timi fixed in saij ooitr^Kt 
.f^ond (,ald*<U-Si.-oH EiiSj^iaisieil for a period of <l^yi by reason b«'eo( .Approval hereel by /ou 

.ipleUia of the work shi^ork in jccordoiictf with the lermi cf the contract. 
.':^ :i v.Tt:ien cnier to* 

iia laijjj-liij r:i03iJir7 So prsvida a 3. d" i>lj-*ot>d 

-■or ''3i,-._^--j ,-^-^ acoxiilc Uia :3 la ■siljiUj =i»!a 310J i>»ciu3a 

"St 

Co-dir-iciar'J Ov3j'cai;i4 .j C-m. Cor^ilU;,u . 



rht.T Chcrnse Order is ;v;ij;=cl !j ii.-; .-•.■;■::; ince -.viLhixi five djys C.'iQVi'£!.L-s.\'rrr Kn^;:kvri;v; '^ Cor^t, 

from iU:<;; olhenvisa vvs n-servj th^ .-■ >• :■> -.."(hdra-.v it nr'i riyise --^ ^ , • 

the ccols. / \ . ,V ■?/ 

'LEASE SIGN PINK COPY ,\iND , ^ V ' '•■' / ^"^^ '" 



Aiv-hiiiv:;^ .\i|iro, t[\^^^' _4. 



12665 

CALDWSLL-SCOTT 

339 S. E 24A 5tr»«» » rort Uudardji», riorid* » P.O. Box 22160 



J<* 500 Bay Lane, Key Biscayne Chans- Order No. P-9 

JcbNo. 1201 lEcrease J 110.92 

Dati July 3, 1969 Decrease i 



^y< Mr. C. G. Rebozo, Agent for Owner 

Key Biscayne Bank 
95 W Mclntire 
Key Biscayne, Florida 



Tte following proposed changes in the work will alter the limit of cost named in the contract t>etween the Owrer of the above 
project and Caldweli.Scott Engineering & Construction Co.. Inc.. by the total computed below. The lime fixed in said contract for 
the completion of the work shall be extended for a period of days by reason hereof. Approval hereof by you shall 

constitute a written order for the work, in accordance with the terms of the contract. i 



For design change at north wall of new study #101 in which 
block was deleted ajid a new &" x !I2" concrete column was 

added. 



Labor and P/Iaterial $00. 99 

Contractor's Overh;-ad & Gen. Conditions 13. 55 

■?:04. 64 

Coatractor's Fee 6. 23 

Total Add $110.92 



This Chi-.?e Ord>r is subject to its acceptar.c! -within five days C-\LD\VELL~5C0TT Englree-L-:? i Corjtr.;c!;on Co., In 

from du'-e; i,--'er.vise '.^3 r^iser.'e the right to -Aithcrav it and revise 



PIN.K COPY AND iiSTiJRN TO OUK OFFICE 







12666 



C A L D V; S L L - S C O T T 

339 3. E. 24rii 3trMl • rort L3u<!«nJaI«, riorida • P. O. Sox 22160 



Job ^00 Say i.3a*, Kiy 3i3caya* 

Job No 1301 

Date July 3. 1949 



Change Order No p-H 
Increase $ ^j^ ^^ 

Decrease $ 



Mr. C. G. Raboio, Ajant for Ownar 

Key Blacsyo* Banit 

i5 W .Mclaiir* 

K«y BlJcaya*. florid* 



The loUowing proposed changes in the work will alter the limit of cost named in the contract t>etween the Owner of th.e at>ove 
project and Caldwell-Scott Engineering k Construction Co., Inc., by the total computed below. The time fixed in said contract for 
the completion of the work shall be extended for a period of djys by reason hereof. Approval hereof by you shall 

constitute a written order for the work, in accordance with the terms of the contract. ' 



iioT p^chiag and rspliclng dacnajeii acoustical lila dua to 
tha i-aplAC«iiiSiit oX U jht I'jaiaresi la Conference Hoom ')iHti 
S3^--fl-«ursa of a di/fsr^ut d^jijigo tr^a orljiailly aixclfied 



Co.-iractor'a OverhisJ U Gsn. Coa-li'ioctJ 



Cooiracior'a Pjo.'U 



Totil Aid 



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Th'3 Changs Order is subject to iLs acccpLinr- within fi.e days C.\LiJ-.v7;l.L-SCaTT Er.j!;:.;eri."g & Cen.4;.-ucUo!l Co., l!;c. 

from d:il^;: o'..";tfr'.yise we rcser^-e the nsht to withdraw it u^d revise j^\ A /^ /\ ./ 

PLS.A3E SIGN PiNX COPY AiND RETURN TO OUil OrriCi; \^/\ ''\.IJL^.^:^:IL^>^~'U^ i.-' V-i-<Li^-y/..i 



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12667 



CERTIFICATE 
FOR PAYMENT 

Al \ DOCUMENT C703 



OWNER 


n 


ARCHITECT 


1 1 


CONTRACTOR 


i 1 


FIELD 


n 


OTHER 





PROiECT: 5C0 Bay Lane 

(name, .iddre^s Kay Eiscayae, Fla. 



TO (Owner) 



n 



Mr. C. G. Rebozo 

An Agent of 500 Eay Lana 

Key Eiscayne, Fla. 



n 



ARCHITECT'^ J'ROJECT vr, 

CONTRACT FOR: General Contract 



L 



_J CONTRACT DATE; 2-18-69 



In accordance with this Contract and the attached Application For Payment th<- 



amount stipulated helov 



CSangu Orders approved ; 
in prc-vious months by j 
Owner — TOTAl. I 



Thr present status of the account 
AOrjITIONS S I DEDUCTIONS S 

d80. Ij 



this Contract J'i 



Contractor 
as follows; 



icv.T^ent .n the 



Subsequent Change Ordi 
Numbei 



.p-3 

P-IO 



Approved 
(dair) 



r 



10,731^2.00 

,127.64 
, c69. 64 



2,127.64 
~I5,c6S 



bl. 2b 

195.78 

190. 79 

2ib. 72 

8b. 2o 

116: M. 

lo. -^i 

1.247. ol 



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ORICINAl CONTRACT SUM 

CHANCE ORDERS 

TOTAl. ADDITIONS . 
SU8 TOTAL . . . 

TOTAL DEDUCTIONS 
CONTRACT SUM TO DATE 

BALANCE TO FINISH 
TOTAL COMPLETED TO DATE 

MATERIALS STORED . . .S-. ._---_. 
TOTAl COMPLETED & STORED $_ . k't^'7'^A. 

RfTAiNACE "'. """_: 

TOTAl EARNED LESS 
KETAINACE 

LESS ."REVlOoS 
CrRTinC'-TC^ 

Lsbb overrun. 

on contract 
ThiE. Certi-icale 



17,^07,94. 

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12668 

July 7, 1969 






EoatzAMQ., ZohAzlll a'nd MbcbUa. 
2S29 a6id Auettue 

Vojifi Jaime.'' 

It kcu> bizn LCodii 4^nce </oa aiid I cLc6ca44ecf ;6'ie .s^- 
tejrzyvt Oj^ CaMoete-Sco-tt. Tockt/, I A.zc(Uve.d a copy o{, a 
leXteA ^/lom them tncUcating tkat you hoA cii&cu^^bed thz 
mattM. and that a cAedit lozi {^onXhcoming , thz arr.oant o{^ 
w'/itcK I am not yet aicoAe o(^. 

It -U my ^ee^ttng tl-iat a betXeA. 'juideA^tayMng- abo'.it 
any tnl!^iLndzyi6tancLLnsj^s •.dZt be dejvivzd by o. ty^'ietU-yig i'jJ^Ji 
tl'i. Qatci':eIZ and ^k. S<io.tt at my hGr^^z, The, cJiAangerr?.yit!> 
£oA riiiving thti i>^o;;.k dam ic-2A.e o^Lg.i}iaZty dUa^ued L^Utii 
then}, I'.eyicz tk-ii 6u.gge.iti::n. 

It ^--6 ^teccgriizzd that t'nii Lokoi::. Joe liaA, been mcit 
d^ostaiitzfj-^t to ate conce/ined and I dU>tike -^JjirU-ng the 
cppan.tiin.ity o[ kavly-g my pcA-t In tt nu.MLr:dejr_^tood. It Ja 
m.y dvLiAz and tntentJ^on, o{ ccj/otz, to ad^qaateZy and 
pncmp.tly compZiyy:!Xe anyone niio doz6 v:onk ^oA me.' A^ you 
fe;:ci.v', the cA.igtiVjZ .itat^inzyit i>:a6 ■^cKi^'a'idzd. rrwAz than 't\-yj 
moM-C^io aU.iA I had Azquzsted .it c^ y\-\. ScctC. Th^i, c< 
couXoZy incidz pai;irznt tke-rzc\ tr-voc-iioZ:. ,••;." rr.z. Let •i.-i, 
tn.y , hcxzvzA, to /:e,oot'JZ it cZ tkz zx/iLiz6t pco-S-ibZe dat-z 



C. G. Rebozc . 
CQR-.th 

CO.: l-l'-i. J. V. Sec ut' J 'I, 



12669 



PASTiAL RELEASE OF LIEN 

and 

SCHiDUlE OF UNPAID BILLS 



KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, That 
CALDWELL-SCOTT Engineering & Construction Co., Inc., a Florida Corporation, for and in consideration of 

the sum of ^ 14,622.13 i„ hand paid hy Mt. C. G. Rebozo. as aqeat tor SCO Ba y Laas 

for work performed to the value of the above sum under contract dated '^~l"~o9 

at 500 Bay Lane, KaV EiSCaTnaf Fla. (name of project) has remised, released and forever dis- 
charged, and by these presents does, for its heirs, executors and administrators, remise, release, acquit, satisfy 

and forever discharge the ..i H M". C. O. RaboBO. &S aqsct for 500 Bay \fini} 

mS heirs, executors, and administrators, of and from all, and all manner of action and actions, cause and 

causes of action, suits, debts, dues, sums of money, accounts, reckonings, bonds, bills, specialties, covenants, 
contracts, controversies, agreements, promises, variances, trespasses, damages, judgments, executions, claims and 
demands whatsoever, in law or in equity, which against it ever had, now has, or which its heirs, executors or 
administrators, hereafter can, shall or may have; for, upon or by reason of any matter, cause or thing whatsoever, 
from the beginning of the world to the day of these presents. 

ScheduU 

The undersigned, having first duly sworn, does now depose and say: That, with the exception of those listed 
below, all bills, invoices, requisitions, and claims for material, services, and labor incurred by the above-named 
firm {or individual) in connection with the construction of the above-mentioned project, have been paid in full. 
(This affidavit Is mads with full knowledge of the Statutes of the Ctats of Florida and the penalties provided 
there-in.) 



NONE 



N d 



N E 



|i 



CALDWaL-SCOTT 

Snginserirg 







Stale of Florida 

Co.;.-^/ of.„_-7i~.'?_!?:T'r^'> 

I hereby certify that on this iij personaiiy appeirici faero.-? me, an oiticur duly j:. rhorizjd to ■fd-n'r.:,.«f 

Oiih: and tike acknowledgements, — _..G.-.-..Lt._.CAiSj>!V.2ii to me svell krown to be the 

C:;r=;o.n des.-ribed in and who executed the foregoing Release and Affidavit, and who acknowl^^id bsfo^.? rn^ 
rrit h-! executed 1hj same for the purposes therein expressed. 

I.T '.Vitreis V/.nereof, I rdv? heri^ij.-ro ;.^; .-ny ha-id end affixad my o^'<z\i\ m\ Dt J,"'.'i>-.,L'iVAl4'ri.l.',J 
sjid CoJn^/ and S;.3--i, this S;^;! .djy of -Julj , 19_39.. 

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12670 



CERTIFICATE 
FOR PAYMENT 

MA OOCUMEI^T CrO' 



OWNER 
ARCHITECT 
CO.M TRACTOR 
FIELD 
OTHER 



PRO) EC T: 500 Bay Lane 

(n.ime, jd'Jre-,] Key Eiscayne, Fla. 



TO 'Ovnc:; 



' Mr. G. G. ReOozc 

ao Ageat ^i." 

500 Eay Lane 
, Key Biscayne, Fla. 



Id .nciMH.inrL- .vit.h lhi~ Contract ijnd iS" I't.Hin-.i 
.i-niii:: I ..ti;iu!ii:fd hcl' v.- The prcient >{.'.'u- . . 



ADOiTION"; 5 :)--L!' 






2 3-25-39 



75d.1o 
125.00 



3d0. ii 



^■eneral Co.itract 



'M. Ic, 742. 00 



. ....,: . 




860,13 
i.-i, 322.10 




-^Da.. 


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■''.094, Vc 

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1 M !; s 




. 13.0?.. 
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Florida 



Hro.-. arJ 



T^th 



May 



_^a,1.6wel/Scott Eng. <Sj Coast. Co., 
-^^^l^^^^ ■'..> 6-14-69 



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12671 

C A L D VV £ L L -SCOTT 

rORT LAUDERDALE, F L Q 3 I D A 

July 16, 1969 



Reference: 490 and 500 Bay Lane 
Key Biscayne, Florida 



Mr. Jaime Borrelli 
Bouterse, Borrelli, and Albaisa 
2829 Bird Avenue 
Miami, Florida 

Dear Mr. Borrelli: 

With reference to your letter of July 14, \ye will be 
pleased to meet with you and Mr. Rebozo at a convenient 
tinrie to discuss the above projects. I did not receive the 
copy of the letter from Mr. Rebozo, but if you will let 
us know a convenient time we will get together. I under- 
stand from our telephone conversation that Mr. Rebozo 
v/ill not be available until next week. 

We have forv/-arded to you a Release ot' Lien for the 
amount of the basic contract plus Change Orders P-1 
and P-2 for the 500 Bay Lane job which we understand 
can be paid innmediately. 



Very truly yours. 




J'ji Donald Scott, Jr. 
Vice President 



JDSJripz 

CC; Mr. C. G. R-bo:iO 



12672 



July 18. 1 9 69 



Daar Mr. Reoozo: 



Mr. C. G. Rebozo 

Key Biacayna Bank BIdg. 

Key Biscayne, Florida 



I am enclosing the caatractor's rcquisitioa 
No. 2 for the work on 500 Bay Lane. 

I hdva approved this requisition only for 
th« amount of the original contract sum, 
aa well aa for change orders P-1 and P-Z 
which is for the overtime that was previoasl- 
aathorised. Included is a release of lien in 
the amoont of $14, 622. 13 which is the total 
of the original contract price plus the 
amounts in change orders P-I and P-2. 

I am retaining change orders P-3 through 
P-12 on 500 Bay Lsne as well aa the revised 
requisition No. 1 on 490 Bay Lane until such 
time as we can arrange the meeting with 
Caldwell-Scokt that you proposed. 



Sincerely. 



JSB:ms 



Bprrelli 



1 



12673 



CALD'^VSLL-SCOTT 



339 5. £. Mri» £!r*^ 



rent taud«ftUi«, fl<Hi<ii 



P.O. 3ox 22160 



Joi 5.JJ 3-xy uaaa, Kdjr BUcaya* 
Job .No. 1201 

C2U July a a, 1939 



Change Order No. 

Increase 

Jecrease 



P-13 
1J7. .b 



r n 

Mr. C. G. Haboio. Ag»nl tor 0»a«r 
tvcy BUexya* 3aQ». 
93 W MclBtire 
I tCey Biacayn*. Florida ^ 

The foUowiag proposed changes in the work will alter the limit oi cost named in the contract between the Owner c< the above 
project and Caldwell^Scott Ecjsiae«ring & Coostruction Co., Inc , by the total computed below. The time fixed in said contract for 
the completion of the woric shall ix extended for a period of days by reason hereof. Approval hereof by yon shall 

constitute a written order for the work, in accordance with the terms of the contract ' 



For tb« portion olCbAn^e Order P-li representing temporary 
-proteclioo and cleanup by Caldwell-Scott. 

Co.itractor's Oysr- 



naad ^ Ocn. CGind. 


. 5. 


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Contractor' a Profit 


1. 


>'y 


Total Add 


i:37. 


iO 



ThU Cbar.je Order is subject to its .iccepLar.ce v/iti.n five days 
f.-om da'.s: ciherwise we reserve the rijht to wilhdr::'.v U and revise 
O.e coaU. 

PLE.VSS .5!GN PINK COPY ASD P^TUTLN TO OUR OKFICE 



C.^OWSLL-SCOTT i:r.g-r.e^tir.i i Corjtnxtion Co.. Ice. 



-.rchiiect's .'.^Drovr 



3y... 

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12674 



C A 1 D W 2 L L - S C O T T 

309 S. £. 24th $trw>« e Fort Uud%/d^l*, rlorida 9 P. O. Sex 22160 



I 



J'* 500 Bay Lane, Key Biscayne 

JobMo. 1201 

Date July 23, 1969 



Clinnga Order No. P - 1 4 
Increase i 196. 

Decrease % 



Mr. C. G. Rebozo, Agent for Owner 

Key Biscayne Bank 

95 W Mclntire 

Key Biscayne, Florida 



The following proposed changes in the work will alter the limit of cost named in the contract between the Owner ot the above 
project acd Caldwell-Scott Engineering 4 Construction Co.. Inc.. by the total computed below. The tijne fixed in said contract for 
the completion of the work shall be extended for a period of days by reason hereof. Approval hereof by you «>»»" 

constitute a written order for the work, in accordance with the terms of the contract ' 



For the portion of Change Order P-12 representing the roof repair by the 
roofing subcontractor. 



Cost 

Contractor's Overhead and General Conditions 



Contractor's Profit 



Total Add 



$161.02 
24. 15 

$135. 17 
U. 11 

$196. 28 



"-.is Ci.-'i-e Or-ior is sub'act to its acc?i'.once within f.ve days C.-VLDjiiLl^COTT ?;^^':r.ee.-in? i Cc.-.5tru:t:on Co.. Izc. 

/^^t^. o^nerwl^ .., ro«..3 the r;,ht to -.^draw it a.d revU. /} ,.v\_ flf)/ -L^ 

?L.2.\SS S'.GM Pi:.~< COPY iX-ND 7J£~u?..N TO O'SR OFFICE — S^j.,. ^-,- "^ -<: "'^"'^ iL.^t.V'y / '4- 



7. 






12675 



PA57JAL !?EL£ASS O? LISN 

and 

SCHEDULE O? UNPAID BILLS 



KNOW AU MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, Thot 
CAIDWELL-SCOTT Engineering & Consfruction Co., Inc., a Florida Corporation, for and in consideration of 

the sum of $ — 583 . ? . 2 in hand paid by — Lic — C . G . ? ,. 9b .a.i. j, as a g a r.t for aOO Sz.'/ Laae 

for work performed to the value of the above sum under contract dated 2-l8-fi9 

.tr^fin Bay lan^Ve^y P^ <;.--Qyr.a^ Fh (name of project) has remised, released and forever dis- 

charged," and by these presents does, for its heirs, executors and administrators, remise, release, acquit, satisfy 

and forever discharge the ■.»1H Mr. C. Ci- 'Rphn'7.n^ a^ Agor^t fpT finn ppy J-^n? 

^Ls_heir$, executors, and administrators, of and from all, and all manner of action and actions, cause and 

causes of action, suits, debts, dues, sums of money, accounts, reckonings, bonds, bills, specialties, covenants, 
contracts, controversies, agreements, promises, variances, trespasses, damages, judgments, executions, claims and 
demands whatsoever, in law or in equity, which against it ever had, now has, or which its heirs, executors or 
administrators, hereafter can, shall or may have; for, upon or by reason of any matter, cause or thing whatsoever, 
from the beginning of the world to the day of these presents. 

S<h*duU 

The undersigned, having first duly sworn, does now depose and say: That, with the exception of those listed 
below, all bills, invoices, requisitions, and claims for material, services, and labor incurred by the abov».named 
firm (or individual) in connection with the construction of the above-mentioned project, have been paid in fulL 
(This affidavit is made with full knowledge of the Statutes of the State of Florida and the penaltiat provided 

there-in.) 



Name 


Addreii 




Item 


P Amount 

|i 


NONE 


NOME 


T^ONS 




i; ' 

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CAlDWai-SCOTT 

Engineering 3, Construction Co., inc. 



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I hereby certify- that on this day personally appeared before ni2» M officer duly authorized to administer 

oirhs and take acknowledgements, .._ ' " _ L Jj.- ' ' :L'. '^^' Cy--^'^:'^7^ me well known to be the 

penon dascribed in and who executed the foregoing Release and Affidavit, ir.d who acknowledged tefora me 
■ '■:* r.e execur*^ the s.ime for the purposes therein exp-essed. 

In y/ii'n?\s Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official c.>3! .it y^ _ L-l" '^J" 'r-^ 
sjid CQ•J.^^/ !ind Stj'e, this .2^^^_.day oF J^xl^ , 19_g9_. _^^^. 



.N3;i.-y,J 



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C A LOWELL-SCOTT 

r> ^. a *. ^ is; s T n u CTi o N co.,inc. 
>»T ^ A U D 2 R D A LS:, F L. O i^ I D A 



G . CALDV» EUL 

' R e S I O F ^4 T 



July 29, 1969 



Reference: 500 Bay Lane (Mr. Rebozo's Residence) 



Mr. Jaime Borrelli 
Bourterse, Borrelli & Albaisa 
2829 Bird Avenue 
Miami, Florida 

Dear Mr. Borrelli: 

Following up the meeting v/e had in Mr. Rebozo's 
home last week, we regret that Mr. Rebozo felt the 
costs to do the work mvolved were high. 

A review of the billing would indicate that with the 
except ifins noted earlier, all thv. labor and material 
v/as spent on this parcicular proj;-cr and our only 
thought that niight- leavr- a better taste in everyoiio's 
nnouth is for you and Mr. Rebozo to eliminate the 
balance of our fee '.vhich. amounio i;> uppr-uXLitiaLeij. 
$330.00. 

I'ho project laS'Od, for oli iritoniis :v"id purpeS'-'H, I-:-: 
than two months and most of the billing did not conic 
in until the enci of this period. 



12677 



C A L D VV S: L L - S C O TT 



Mr. Jaime Borrelli 
July 29, 1969 
Page 2 



In hindsight, if our firm had been aware of some type 
of budget figure that Mr. Rebozo had in mind, I am 
certain that both you and our firm would have worked in 
good conscience toward meeting this budget. 

Again, we regret this problem has arisen, but we trust 
you will be in a position to recommend to Mr. Rebozo 
that we be paid at least the costs involved on this project 
and we would hope this could be resolved soon for the 
sake of everyone involved. 



Sincerg^y^ ^^ ,.^ 





G. U Caldwell 
President 



GLC:ld 



CC: Mr. C. G. Rebozo 



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12680 



EXHIBIT 58 












^i^ri-M^sASr^^rS 






A>iO lSi>^-^^^^^r^d>^i rtl^i^^s . rl^ C^ \ ,^jX 



'^<}/j> ;.^ S^j.^ ,^.-Vi^^^ ?. /:^/ 



12681 



NIXON RESIDENCE 
#53-120 



Total 
Fee 



Fee 

Payment Job 

Recaived. Expense 



1,6149-00 



Reimbursabl-; 
E;-;oen3es 



1963 



12/J-_9..,Re:^AcL. 



12/23 ^ 3X Art 



_.Ck._#J-042_ 
Ck. #102^.1^ 



.13^!- ii 
21.38 



19^9^ 



ii MhTM ! 



1/_18_ _ Receive d to pay outside labor', 



materials &• supplies f or mo del 
Deposit 1528 






295.65 



-2/24 

2/2 ij. '; R amon Castella Ck. 108 7 
3/li4- i Received Deposi t ? 



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U~L 



ij./l 8 : M arti nez & Syger Ck. #1136'; 



p32Q.,40_;{. 
1 .225.:0|0 ' 



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'■ 200.00 Ii 



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S/iq |. Received from G SA $ 400; !j !■ i ; ! ; . __| 
' •• however ,_this_'wa,s_not part ^i j- I- i I - 

of contract fee. This v-f.o _ 1. i 

for sp_ec;al work. . 

• : l,&il9.00 



^'^9J.3:._^i,65.- 



The above represent transactions rrorr. r.h= check bcok. According to o\ 
record, the fee was paid in c?.sh. 3.2 follcv/s: 



February 10, ,1969 

March,.?, 19o9 
?'ai-oh 19. IQov 

.^pril 2, 1959 

Tocal Receiv-ed 



12682 

EXHIBIT 60 



) JO 

Ja€y 1 , J 959 






ZovJizhJuZ , So^Ji2yiU- and AZbciUa 
2S29 BAJid AuzMue . 
hUamJi, ¥tonJ.djx 

VoAJi 3cJjrr.i: 

It kcu> hizn toeeiii 4^nce you. a^^Ji I di^caiizd the. 6tci- 
tiimzYvt Ofl CaZdwzLt-ScotJt. Today, 1 A.2.c2A,vzd a copy o{^ a 
Z.ztt2A l^Lom tiiQjn ^yKLicaZlng that you had dJjiCJiiAi>2.d thz. 
mattoA and that a cAzdLt iaxu {^oK^thcomtng , thz amount o^ 
wkicJi I an not yzt aicoAz o{i. / ; 

It t^ my ^zzZtng tiiat a bztt<2A. undq/i&tandA.ng about 
any tntyiuy\dz/v?itJ.ridt;igi Lcitt. bz dz/'vivzd by a mz^jting uiltk 
I'lx. CaZdi'^zlZ cjid h\'X. Scott at my honz. Thz O'^yiangzr^znty^i 
{,0^1 liayjLr.g t'tu^ n'oAk dbnz i.<J2ylz onlcJj.iaZZy ddicu^i.^'^zd Liltk 
tiiZJn, hzi'.zz f'UA Ji^uggZ'^tian. 

It Is -izcogivizzd t'nox thty!> whclz job kai been mo^jt 
dAJ:>t-x':>tziLit to aJLt concz/iuzd and I di.-htikz nJ^i'rJMg thz 
cppo^tuyvl^y C'-> havtuQ my poJit in iX mJj^urAzrjitoad. It ^i 
my d2^liz and trXzrXJjcn, o^ coiUi.hz, to adzc'satzJLy ay.d 
pn.omptl>j com-pzribajtz anyonz I'Jho dO'2J> o:a^k ^Cy"i mz. Ai you 
knofj, thz O'X^igtiuxZ ^htrJ:z"\zrX loas ^c'n^.'aAdzd m.o^'iz titan ti'.'o 
monthi a^tZ/'i I kcrd.-^.zquz^tzd -it o^ 1-^^. Scott. ThU^-t, , o^ 
coii.'i.iz, •:^':aie paymznX tiizAzof^ tm:pQ6i-ibZz ao-I rr.z. Lz-C lo^ 
trjy, kc:-:c-:2A, to /^C-ioCue it aX thz zanZiz^t pci^tblz djiXi 




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LuMrca 



12683 



EXHIBIT 61 




I 



MP.. C. G. RFROZO 



NA?CH l^t, igfi? 



JOC: 500 .:AY LA.- 



15 73 



-U.'S-TALLATiOr-: 
COiMPLETfO 

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12684 

EXHIBIT 62 



{■:iY ;irJv':AY;-.F., Florida 



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MAY 26, 19G9 



1635 



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12685 



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D£'>OSITE!J IN TM5 



FJOELIIY NATiONAL BANK 

-•. \ OF SOUTH MIAMI 



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KEY niSCAYMr, FLORinA 



MARCH 1 , 19G9 



1556 



JOB: 



'•90 BAY LANE 



REMOVF. trXISTIMG TILE IN FQYER, 
DIN^N'G APf^A AMD INSTALL STONE- 
WARE TILF. INCLUDING VilMOOW SILL, 
BASH AK'C RISTR. ' 

160 50, FT. FLOOR AREA 
51 LM. FT. UIMDOV^ SILL, BASE C RISER 

200 GO, FT. $.65 PER SO. FT. 

LABOR AND SETTING 
MATERIAL 



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KEY iMSCAY^•F, FLO^I-'A 

1557 



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ST0M!^'.7AP.E INSTALaATIOH 
COKPL'^.TI^n 0^J FRONT 
EniVANC" riCL'.JniMG 
RISFR. ■ . 

50 ^o. ?-T. n $?.50 PER 3Q. FT. $125.00 

HI 'JTATf- SALTS TAX 5.00 



$130,00 



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EXHIBIT 66 




Th, S,J ol Q,.q1, 



THE BABCOCK COMPANY 



A Weyerhaeuser Company 



Via Registered Mail 



May 21, 1974 



Mr. Lee E. Sheehy 

Senate Select Committee on 

Presidential Campaign Activities 

Room G-308 

New Senate Office Building 

Washington, D. C. 20510 



Re: 



Key Biscayne-Nixon Compound 
500 Bay Lane, 516 Bay Lane 



Dear Mr. Sheehy: 



As per your instructions by phone on May 20, 1974 I requested the 
First National Bank of Miami to provide me mth copies of the checks 
accompanying our deposits of certain payments made by Richard M. 
Nixon, Charles G. Rebozo and/or Cashier Checks as reimbursements for 
work done at the above locations. Mr. Stout of First National Bank 
of Miami has regretfully informed me they are unable to reconstruct 
these deposit records further back than two calendar years. 

From my Daily Report of Collections Control book, I list the follow- 
ing deposits made to our account with The First National Baiik of 
Miami and notations made. 



4/14/69 


$ 6,500.00 






5/5/69 


$ 1,210.36 


Cashier's check 




5/15/69 


$ 463.08 


Key Biscayne Bank Ck 


#10150 


5/13/69 


$ 1,550.75 


" " ' " 


i=10151 


5/14/69 


S 320.33 


" '• " 


S10160 


5/14/69 


$ 479.16 


" " " 


#10159 


5/16/69 


$ 8,265.00 






8/11/69 


$11,978.84 


by Mr. Rebozo 




8/11/69 


$11,307.12 


by C-isrier's Check 




11/12/69 


f, 6,299.44 







The scope of work contracted for, billing dates, and payment dates 
are as follows: 

(A) Rs.iiove existing bedroom- 515 Fiiy Lane and construct executive of- 
fice in its place - Low Bidder - Contract with Charles G. Rebozo 
as agent for the President-sl4,765.a0 - March 12, 1969 

PaxTr.ents depositod i/14/G9 - $6,500.00 
3/16/69 - SS,265.00 



...1 



PONCE DE LEON BLVD. 



CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA 33146 



TELEPHONE: (305) 665-'. tlZ 



12694 



May 21, 1974 Page 2 

Mr. Lee E. Sheehy 

Senate Select Committee on 

Presidential Campaign Activities - (cont'd.) 

(B) Time and Miaterial alterations and repairs-500 Bay Lane - 

Replace soffitt 5 facia-Invoice #l-4/18/69-$l, 210. 36-Chk.Dep. 5/5/69 
Patch plaster, removal 

of window d, glass door-Invoice #2-4/24/69-$ 463.08 " " 5/13/59 
Removal of pocket doors, 

roof leak, close up 

window .-Invoice #3-5/2/69 -$1,550.75 " " S/13/69 

(C) Time and Material alterations and repairs-516 Bay Lane - 

Plaster patching - Invoice #1 - 4/24/69 - $320.33 - Chk.Dep.- 5/14/69 
Babcock labor - Invoice #2 - 5/2/69 - $479.16 " " 5/14/69 

(D) Time and Material - 516 Bay Lane - Convert 2 car garage into effi- 
ciency with Living Room, Bedroom and Bath - starting date-5/15/69- 
completion date-5/25/69 - consisting of following trades in addi- 
tion to General Contractor: - Plumbing, Electrical, Air Condition- 
ing, Plastering, Masonry, Sash, Acoustic Ceiling, Vinyl tile floor- 
ing. Ceramic tile. Roofing, Painting, Insulation, Millv/ork, and 
separate contract with G.S.A. to closet in security equipment al- 
ready existing in Garage area. 

Invoiced 6/19/69 - $11,978.84 - Check deposited August 11, 1959 

(E) Tim.e and Material - 516 Bay Lane - Alterations-Executive offices - 
Electrical (door operators). Marble installation, replace Air con- 
dition unit, Shutters, Painting, Panelling, Install credenza - 
starting date-4/30/69. 

Invoiced 6/19/69 - $11,307.12 - Check deposited August 11,1969 

(F) Time and Material - 500 Bay Lane - Removal of air conditioning 
ducts and replacement after new roof installed, Painting of exter- 
ierr~Si^d Interior, Flooring - starting date 3/26/69 

Jnvoiied 6/16/69 - $7,230.39 - Check deposited November 12, 1969 
Negotiated payment -$6,299. 4 4 

I trtist this is tlie.,crin)rmation \cu seek. 



./Yours ve?y t-tnly,/' / A 

/Robrr'd>M.; SRfermer — 



( 

/Robi 

Senior Vice President § Secretan.- 

cp': C. I. Babcock, Jr. 

RMS/md 



P.S. Babcock Co. Builders Inc., the contractor for the above work, 
changed its name to The Babcock Company on October 28, 1970. 
The change was na'ne only, all Officers remained the same. 



12695 

EXHIBIT 67 



9^ './. ;'C i:'TV<5£ 

kIv Siscavm-,, Fl^^^soa 33! ^9 

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39-340 O - 74 - 18 



12696 



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EXHIBIT 68 




BATSTLETT COWSmUCTsD^J INC. 



Juna 0,, 1560;, -v 






3318 M. W. SOUTH RIVER DRIVE 
MIAMJ. FLORIDA 33142 



tmOM3 033.OI33 



Hi'. O. C, S-.^»2a •■ .. _ ■\- ■ ■ _ ', I;- 

Kay Di^c?7r!9 Eani Bu\ldlr.jj '"'-J 

Key 3}sci^3, Florida 33X39 

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:.-■■' ,* - ■• • ■* . ■ - 

" V IVq oubjsit h9ff«wias, as roqucatsd by Mr. Jiir Purduo, o<iT' 
=-m billing Cor labor psr?orjre<S «o install thfl "Arnold Palrue?" ! 
W puiUn^ grcsa aJ 316 Bay Lioza, l\ey Diocayno, Florida. . •^.'' ■ 

.-■ ■ :,. ■■■:■ " .AH Labs? C2 Cvertlcra Bnoio /^ '; .;= 



'H^aro coinrson lafaoT: 5.0 $9. nC, , , . . , $ 40. CO ' 
Hours cas-pealar: . > Jl.O G 12.00.,,.,,?, 132.00 

;^,i_"i ■"'•,-- ■"" ""■"'" ^-^TOTAI^,,..,, C iui.iJO 

oo^i fciroo,- insurancdi J^salSi & uclfara.. 30.03- 

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12697 



EXHIBIT 69 



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BCBIBIT 70 



B'J!L"D::?S r-tRMIT APPLICATIOr-.' 



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.' " <,">>— ,^ f , /,-,_- I QUALIFIED TO DO THiS .VOR.< YES Of !JO O 

.-. Q^^^-v^'^r Po^^/ti^/ /Ue^is^ -VA'c?o._v@i:5c.._.^:L';U':v_„_„,«..,_;£;k^(7^.._ 



;au uEScai^nON of JOB: 



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10/31/6« 



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Uc«r Li4T l.i^ a'^3 .>T ln» f»MlA^t3» Du.'irv«j> tl*y, cr^f ih.n b« rh«f^«a b«ck 






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12702 



EXHIBIT 72 



r 

L J. R CLitll, IdC. ■DEHsanflEinm . q^T'^ 



TEIEPHONE. 4iJ5-e620 • 2460 S.W. 26lh LANE • MIAMI, FLORIDA 33133 



November 30, 1972 



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& 



Mr. Jack Brov/n 

C/0 Key Biscayne Bank 

Key Biscayne, riorida 










Subject: Bill for Rebozo 


Compound 








Labor 


--2379, 


GO 






18?^ for payroll taxes 
and insurance 


.. - 428 
280 7 


22 
22 






1556 for overhead 


421, 


08 








3228, 


30 


-3228 


30 


Lumber . • 






- 1198 


04 


Painting (labor) ;^_ • 


■ ; ; ■ ;,i,i 




1: 650 


00 


Roofing 






» 600 


00 


Keystone 
Paint 


;-™r - 




55 


40 
18 


Iron v;orks . 






132 


32 


Misc. (tolls gas, screws. 


etc.) 




29 


22 


" ;_;;-.^-";- 






■' 5916 


46 


Profit 10::^ 






591 
. ^6508 


55 
11 


Sincerely, 










John H. Clagett 
President 











JHC:gnl 



12703 



EXHIBIT 73 

■ ':a&3;-.G0sai: 







12704 



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12705 



lonal Banl« of Miumi 



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The First National Sank of Miami 



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3 3b9T7> 
2^61573 
2/1^ 13165^73 



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710:5iJ 
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1277c.'. ^ 






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356^13 
229CA9 . 








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■iiionai 33n!< of jMiami 



T.'.i 'irsl liational 3anV( of r--':-i:T;? 



ri; 1 I iT • .S^. I .L ;■.-'■ 
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12706 



EXHIBIT 



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6331 5.'.'/. SIst TEnSAr- o MIAM!. FLCfllDA 33143 
PKO>:; 66i-3.'.33 



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C O .'1 7 Pv A C 7 



ii-:^TL._.ig;2_ 



t".;--' V, .:!. ■.! 3-'l Jayj from r.tart .if cor lr:i'.:;r;r. r}i-\\\ fniTii:': I ^h::- .-;n.i -inlcr.-'nW to cor;3tri'>:t .-. F,v.if-!!i!:!j ;> ! • n l'; 

T!"- ■ Ti-r agrees to F'i> Cataiina Pools, Inr., the contra-t price of ^-^7.^3^ o^iQ i:i part .ii follow: 



'^. _5>.9a3-»C0 upon rough pool shell cMjnp!-.-tinn. 

•^ 2_.vC-Q»£!Q upon installation of roping 6 tile. 

< X^l..O->CO upon corr.plciion of con'.ract ivo-k. 



!3.>'i.- ; . .'iruiion r--,-,-5»oy.n^f.^.^»o 6lL-ailii a;"-:boi^.:in 

Lad.lor __Il232 



Sq. Ft. 



Type 

Unlenvater lighting "iVm (9) Ht^t- rn chg K^^n^.j-^rm^ — 
Si'ps .'^o^'■7■fl gr'n-i.r.n nt. s>'A'nfrj nr^d 



' Ir.lerip- finish Vnv.-S^ rp.Tbl.^tj.-^: 

S -i.'-i-leani.ns system HS^JS 



. Tile _C=s_:=c'.f_of gla32d_C2C£jic-b2cu?.ar_ 



?'irf;i:o !.;;:^.mer D7Cal.13_Ils=3_rsvi53S^d 

l),vi:,j I-onH .,ll0i!;3 .'^tancl tlO" 



^.^'h pool p'j;.,_. iiU:: ;i 
p;i:r.p ar.d filU-r coatr.i 









„_. Hep!.. •■ , 



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:■ .'-\r ot ony tlm; to s!.j v/.^.:- ■:n:ii : ■-i : • .: --.i .' "- : ■.-, 
1 wc:k i:opp3.-i'> •..ic;i no: comlilti.'.j grO'jiiCi (jr c.l/ i),soi 
riu;; oi l3c- ^f oav.Trr.l;. tha full nmrinU rF ;S5 c3i-.:.-c.-.; s 
o any r-.or.;-.. Ji.^- Cci!cl..~.a Poii^, l.--:.. u.-.c!»r iSi-. ccn:.-o;l , 



12707 



llVlLOiUO A.ID :0:liNO 


MO. C/^//y ■"'' "-^z \ lio 


SiJlLDiMG PERMIT APPLIC/^TIO^J 


FOR OFrlCt I 


.:oLiOMJ.-.u-.r- ..'. 1 .:•• -J!,-,-? ^-O ^ -N^- 





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APPLICANT CLASSIFICATION 



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QUALIFIED TO OO THIS WORK YES HI «0 D 



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LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF JOB 



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[THIS PERiMIT INCLUDES: 



/<--r' Z-r'/^/'cT ir^y Al- ;/%/;■ 






r- sii^ jLj—xJMjL 



SURVEY ATTACH 



senrusE (vacakt. or -jo. of builoincs and use of each.)- 






, □ 0£M0L1S» C 

csroE«T,.L Q CO, 



FOR THE FOLLOvVING SPECIFIC USE AND OCCUPANCY 



'■^/vacj ^ <; o/ 



-J* ^//- ; '^"'^ ^ GOO "^ 

LrF.OALHwr. „,.rM ^ 'r-^ 



, sho«n oa Ih: plon. ond cov^rirf liy |S.« pei 



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ol C,„:<r^i:-r C,,.^' 



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^TTi ' O.SA°PROVI-n 


1 i,„j 


FOR PLAMS PROCcTS'-.OR NOTFS i.ttv.-.i •■i-^LCi" c-.-. 


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--CHA:,r.L! ' rV'' 






/ INSPECTIOM RECOfiG 




. O...-^^-, ,:,-,P,-.TnN5 lN-. = SCTO=.-S NAME .."".'j | p.. ,",;.'.;.„ 


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;i(jTiCES LSFT, ALU V11R8A1, 1 '1^ T f>IIC riO'iS TO COMr-M^roH AND \H f 
OT>irH iHFOfN'AnOfl HEPriNSNT 10 TMF ItiSPECTiDM OF Trt!5 iOR. 


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12708 



EXHIBIT 75 






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12709 



EXHIBIT 76 



hJ'"' n-^ (WAJOWifca. MJtwjTT a fUtmrnniL T»\.%rr Account 



H -^ -.' • ,i^Al!?*_J''VI**'4^ 5?"!'.^r"fji-'^ ^f ■wLimtnJ* pool 



ia«)MiHiaHaB^>aiji 



12/U ...72. 



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SL-J ^•-■''1 1irTa»r-<39 7t»ttoao7:-c;-.TJ;- — —r~ — r — — — - . - .. - '. ■*: — r^^ t — * 






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12711 



The First ?<alJonal Sank of rsliami 



n-«>n-i 



■IJ«'*I ?L 1511! 



» .CHSTf« 



CYCLC ^ 
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12712 



^<iswi% The First National Sank of i^'izmt 



il-oll-1 WAKEFIELD HE'^ITT C WF8STER 
TRUST ACCOUNT 

^;;,.V;- i5o se 2 street 

SUITE 211 

MIAMI FL 33131 



CYC1.E .. 3^;e 
00 Sa QQZ^^ 

0058 . ' "^ 



ANOCHxkacn?r>':' 



il/30/72 



\2/2^}n. 



io,i'V<;..ii 



,1,600. or: 



3,16;:..0c:^ 



5,58.^.11 



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200000 

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12713 



EXHIBIT 77 



Belcher Oil Company 




ACCOUNT NO. I 5 I 7 I 1 I 9 I 1 I 1 



Serving Floridiins since 191S 

P.O. Box 1751 

Miami, Florida 33101 

Phones: 

672-6892 - Miami 

525-4261 -Ft. Lauderdale 



iii.Tf iiiJCAJfjiii aux 



JAN 161373 

k V K H li li 11 2yth 1972 

liUCffii QI" 1 1/15/72 



95 \.^r He xanoui 



CUSTOMER ORDER NO.. 



rat iilsOAYS - i'MtlDii 33149 



INVOICE r>.'^nR7 



EQUIPMENT SERVICED. 
TIME OF CALL ' 



_JOB COMPLETED. 



INCOMPLETE 



NATURE OF CALL 



SERVICE CONTRACT 



The conuols, pans and equipment listed below have been checked*, cleaned, serviced and adjusted: (S-Serviced: R-Replaced) 



□ 


D 


Noiile 


D 


D 


Electrode* 


D 


D 


Oil Filler 


D 


D 


Pump Stroini 


U 


U 


Burner Motor 


D 

a 


D 

D 


Slock Reloy 
Smoko Slock 



JUIJJ HCii.IUJff 



a a Fuel Punp n 


a 


OIL LINES 


a D Tronslormer Q 


a 


OIL TANK 


a D Circ. Motor Q 


a 


Cod Cell Relor 


a a CIrc. Beorin9 AsMmbly O 


a 


Relief VoIy» 


D D 922 Tube D 


a 


Photocell and or Holder 


Q Q Aquailot : ., a 


a 


End Cone 


a a ConiL Pump Q 


a 


McDonold/Miller Control 


laaL'joi h. iiixaj 







CO* Rdg. 

Smsk* Rdg. 

Stock Temp. 

OTHER PARTS D 



5CO UkX UlE 



ia:x uiiOiiYiii: - fU 3 


31 W 
















MATERIAL | 




DESCRIPTION 1 AMOUhn- 


DESCRIPTION 


AMOUt^ 1 




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1 hove oulhoritv to order »*)e work. whicK hoi been Belisfoctantf pcHermed, 


MtCMANIC 


H»S. 


OT.t AMOUNT 




;i outlined above. fSe Gcnerel Conditions printed on tbe reverie side hereof |. 
..-.oil censlitulc o port o» this centroct. ' 






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TERMS: NET CASH - NO DISCOUNT 

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FLA SALES lAX 


6.^ 


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IriUsiliC you, , , TOTAL AMT. IHV. nl'^Siv 


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ALL PRICES AND EXTENSIONS SUBJECT TO CORRECTION 

Foim400-10M ^.^l-W^-" • ' 'i-iij '-X„J, 

ArcOUNTIhlG COPY 



12714 



EXHIBIT 78 










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12715 



P O. BOX 563, TA.V.IA/.M SIATIOr 

AAIAMI, FLOPIDA 33 144 

Phone 887-2652 



INVOICfc No. 



oA,E 11/27/72 

SALESMAN '-'^ ttiZW 



OUH J03 r.o. 



D34V74 



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95 


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Key 


isisceyne, FIg. 



CU5T. P. O. NO. 



SHIP VIA Oakes, Der.nison 
J. Cuxror,ic.Uut; 

TERMS: "st OFl COBipletii 



<-i,eAss s 


HOW mvc 


)1CE NUMSEH WITH YOUR REMITTANCE TO ASSURE PROPER CREDIT 






QUANTITY 


UNIT 


OESCRIFTION ) UNIT 


TOTAL 






Ti,T5 INVOICE SUPEi^SEDES INVOICE i-UKiiCR aS2ii2 










33712 ::aTlD 11/27, 2G/72 










- 
for scroan enclosure installed ct .500 iiay Lanes 










Key liiscayne 










Tax included 




'J360Q.0 






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EXHIBIT 80 







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mi 
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^f}':,% Ti\s First iiational Bank of ?/^iami 



05-791-9 



Of *DO»tSS 



ThrO.MAS H WAXEFIELO 
T«OST ACC'JUMT 
SUIT6 211 H4LL BLCO 
150 SE 2ND ST 
Hli^MI FLA 33131 



12/29/72 



CYCLE P 01 
0059 002 
0058 

01/31/73 



12 



2,290.^^ 



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05-793-e> BAPTIST HriS?ITAL OF 



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12720 



EXHIBIT 82 









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12721 



EXHIBn 83 




"Serving South Florida and the Caribbean tince 1934" 
INVOICE 

PAUL'S CARPET CO., im. 

COMPLETE CARPET SERVICE 

31 N. W. 23rd STREET 



TELEPHONE: 374-8435 



N° 9433 



y.c.\- ''■inca'Tr' , ?.ink 



DecPTrhpr 1 , 
MIAMI, FLA. 33137 }97_ 

Alfredo 



n*"! -.K Mclntiro 



yp;' Blgcayno, F]a. 331'<<> 



YOW»-*<«ChMSE OROER NO. 



TERMS:. NET — NO DISCOUNT 



Cent 7602 



DESCRIPTION 



yd 



Pe: Mr. C. G. P.phcT'.o 

500 fioy Lane 

Koy Pipcnyne, Fin. 

Turflon color: Preen rr.T 
cepiontr*i' nf: rnol 



101" T'^7""*^'"'^'><?1 f^n^i 



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12722 




^ EXHIBIT 8A 
BALES CDNTKaUT 

Carpets - Rugs 



^^. No. 7602 



CUTTING — SEWING — LAYING — REPAIRING 




PHONE 374.ei»3S 31 N. W. 23RD STREET 



MIAMI. Fi-A. 33137 ■ 



'' ■ "Serving Sputh yiorUlii and Tht Caribbean Sine* 1934' 



Salesman. 



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ALL MATCRIALS SUBJECT TO FLORIDA SALES TAX 



It i& unt}er>to<x] that the titis to the abt 

tKc sc!l«r. or its auign. until the purch 
ujl be in »rilins within 30 di>yt ol the 

conditions hnrroF. the setter may at ite 
le.e.l thereof, if ni-.y. immediately due . 

(elate vioxejiion o! the prxpetiv where 
I'J retain as liquirfatad damages all pnvm 
waiver of any subaeq 
....ed herein, the tellr 
I by th 



deteribed property ahnU not paaa to the purchaser, but ahidl remain vestei 

price, interest, and all other sums due hereunder have been (utiy paid. All claim 

>attation dare. In the event ol any H.f^iutt by the purchaser in the performance of < 

tion and without notice declare the unpaid portion of the purchase price, togelhi 

payable, and ihereupon the seller may either proceed to collect from the purchaser 

it may be found, with or without lefial process, and hold the same free ol alt cl.iims 

theretofore made. No waiver or condonation by the seller of any breach or defauli 

t bre.^.h or default. Past due bill's subject to ml _^nlerest per annum. If. on account of any default c 

hould insti;ute any sint at law or in equity, the purchaser ogreee to pay all costs, includinf? all reaso 

taken subiect to the approval of an officer of the corporation. The purchaser ncltni 



fee.. 11,^. red by the seller. All order, are taVei 
ol a iru^.upy hewof. i • 

.A.-^plei k)r th/ Pllf.>aser "* \ ' . 

f - • •-■'■-■—■- 



I be the PI 

any of the 
er with a< 

the bat.>n 
ollhe pur 
t shall con 
if the pur 

nable alio 
»wlcdKes , 



ul** Ci>r|»«'t Com|ii»ny, In 






12723 




To 



EXHIBIT 85 

PURCHASE ORDER 
Brown Jo'rdan 



BOUTBRSE 
BORRBLLI 
ALBAIBA 

ARCHITBCTS 
PB.AMNERB 





131 N.E. 40 St., Miami, Fla. 


33137 


S«nd to 


Mr, Robert H. Abplanalp 






478 Bay Lane. Key Biscayne, 


Fla. 


Date 


January 26, J973 




Job. No. 






Torm» 






Data RAqxiired As soon as possible 


Mark For 


Pool area 





nty. 


Deacription 


Price 


Anipv"* 


5 


210-10 Side Chairs Elegance 


130. 


00 


650 


00 


2 


210-20 Arm Chairs Elegance 


155. 


QQ 


310 


00 


1 


210-60 Club Chair Elegance 


289. 


DO 


289 


00 


1 


210-61 Ottoman Elegance * 


161. 


DO 


161 


00 


2 


210-70 Adjustable Chaise Elegance 


486. 


DO 


972 


no 


2 


211-3535 Dining Tables Elegance 


248. 


30 


496 


00 


1 


213-1727 End Tables Elegance ' 


161. 


)0 


161 


00 
















■ 












1 


















3.039 


00 




Less 50$ Int. Designers Discount 






l,5iq 


5n 




, 




L— 







Special Instructions 



All frames white, glass tops smooth rnngh gUga, upholstery fabric 
Malay/Marine. We are enclosing a check for 50$ of total orderj 



Important: Please notify us immediately if you are unable to complete order by 
date specified 



Send 



Copies of your invoice 



Approved By 



12724 



BROWN JORDAN 



HIGHWAY 67 iM ■ P O-BOX 280 
NEWPORT, ARKANSAS 72112 
TELEPHONE: (SO 1 I S23-2705 
D-U-N-S 633-9857 






MR ROBERT H A6PLANALP 
SHiP^Ta BAY LANE 
TO KEY BISC4YNE 

FLORIDA 

00000 



SOLO' 



.BOUTERSE BORRELLI 
ro ALBAISA ARCH 
2921 SW 27 AVE 
MIAMI FLORIDA 



33133 




ELEGANCE 
1210-1000' SIDE CHAIR 
L21O-2000 ARM CHAIR 
1210-6000 CLUB CHAIR 
1210-6100| OTTOMAN 
1210-7000 CHAISE ADJ 
1211-3535 35X35X29 HI TABLE 
1213-1727 17X27X22 HI END TE 



WHITE 
WHITE 
WHITE 
HHITE 
WHITE 
WHITE 
WHITE 



026 MALV hARI 
026 MALY MARI 
026 MALY MARI 

S26 MALY MARI 
26 MALY MARI 
ROUGH GLASS 
ROUGH GLASS 



5 


130.00 


650.00 


2 


155.001 


310.00 


i; 


289.00 


289.00 


I 


161.00 


161.00 


2\ 


486.00 


972.00 


2 


248.00 


496.00 


1 


161.00 


161.00 



LESS 50 1,519.50CR 



1 oi 



14 Avcuv 


1,519.50 


SALES TAX 


60.78 


FREIGHT/HANDLING 


150.00 


INVOICE AMOUNT 


1,730.28 


DEPOSIT 


1,730.28 


AMOUNT DUE 


.00 



12725 



Dnv^vviN \j\^r\Ljr\\^ 



TELEPHONE: (301)523-2705 
D-U-N-S 633-9857 



MR ROBERT ABPLANALP 
478 BAY LANF 
KEY BISCAYNE FLA 



BOUTERSE BORRELLI 
ALBAISA ARCH 
2921 SM 27 AVE 
MIAMI FLORIDA 



i E!e$.c»iiK«i^« f^-. 



ELEGANCE 
210-1000 SIDE CHAIR 




NOVO AIR FREIGHT 



w^'hM,',h i- i J-H i'!-^7rT^ag^ i?n?j sasi^^ '-:Tr ai 




>HONE 6/01/73 

30 6/05/73 



t WHITE OTHER 



1 135.00 135.00 



,-l Of X 



LESS 50 67.50( 



OTHER MALAY MARINE 



INVOICE AMOUNT 



«F M-iUT; Om;. .:■•- s-rCoCii J AMOUNT DUE 



12726 

EXHIBIT 86 




(y AND TRUST COMPANY 

KEY BISCAYNC, FLORIDA 331-40 

February 20, 19 73 



Mr. Don' Bouterse , 
Bouterse, Boorrelli, Albaisa 
2921 S. W. 27th Avenue 
Miami, Florida 

Dear Mr. Bouterse: 

Please find enclosed a receipted deposit slip 
in the amount of $ 210.78 for deposit to your 
account number 1-0510-9 in full payment of the 
balance due on Brown Jordan's invoice 24243. 

Sincerely, 



'-I' 'I'hy^.i.xf 



W . Hon court 

Bkpr 'for Mr. Rebozo 



!ncls . 



12727 



DEPOSITED IN 



Key Biscayne Bank a Trust Go, 
Key Biscayne, Miami, Fla, 



> 
a 
o 

58 
CO 



CURRENCY \J/C' )f 



1 



> 

n 
n 



s 



i A 



COIN 



Pl*ca« L(«f Each Oi»ek S«por0t«ly 



52 



13 



14 



15 



15 



13 



17 



: 2^ 



21 



22 






•23 



24 



2J 



26 



3 576 



4±±r.flr: 



°***zilo.7r 



TOTAL 02?O'MT 



y/i? 



Z£ 



8"^SA3E S»:30!t9X A^^ CMJCCXa 



39-340 O - 74 - 20 



12728 



1^ 



K 

H 

Q 


1 i 

1 ' 
i ' 




MaaAmoMv 



vsiynv matiiMMi iMunoa 



^n m m-v* itismmm Mnaxna 







^ 



12729 



PERSONAt f^lNANCIAL STATEMENT 
{( asastsd by Fedaral RoMrva Bank of AtlanU) 

C. S. Hebozo 

3 5 '. ■ ;. y.c i:ncy:ra S t . ^° 

Key Biscavr.e. Fla. JZIW) 



I niaVe the fotlowing sutemeni of all my assets and liabilities as of thg XSt ^jj^y ^f September* 



o^.er material information for the purposa of dbtaining^credit with you on notes and bills bearing my signature, endorsement, or guarantee, and agree to 
notify you promptly of any change alfectingmy ability to pay. 

(PLEASE ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS, USING "NO" OR "NONE" WHERE NECESSARY) 



LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH 



(SMSchad.No. 1) 



s 16,302.U8 



,.,3<:h^.N. II s 505,300.00 



2. tL S. GoMmmant SosMfkn* (Gujranttadl 



1,365,000.00 






6mSaud.Ho.3i 



«t03,051.51 



Nola l>>yriil« to Otlni^ UfiiKiua^ 



151,600.00 



WnSlJMt, WLg 



JbsS&aAJlaJl 



JSB&taUkJL 



•Mdl Md SMurrtn>ataanB>«a 
a Oo-rt »<&,»-■ A,— <.► <»mf^H^H,.4l 



1,85^^020.25^ 



J., 304,000. 00 _ T.^.-.** 



9t W«8b»«r»<l 



tSffft^HfrW 



'SSSw«t..<^,l»1^96'ChrisCra:^t -39.000.00 



<StoSc>>a<.Hak6) 



305,«»9"t.61 



„^ BS- Cattle Co 
yO% l Ui p r ops p r t65 



J8 ,9-60. 00 



lllUllllllllllJll<to 



2UU .OU'J.OU 




lO.OOO.OT" 



■roa»»^. u. ^ ITesideat 

e RB Properties Monroe Land Title Co 
leX.Inc. Kqv " 



m excess 



~sr 



lOO.OOo.Ofi 1'^ 

: HRH 



:l.gho 



lyna Bank 






Ijun.rniit; — lol . 



210, (TOO. DC 



yes 



Motfie 



UTHMEMr LMBIUTIES 



eiUL INFOttMAnOM 



HqjI action*? 



^rovbtwi for fed a^at If* 



K ttt aa | B a a»ai liia j i a con^otflton laRlamant? EmpUHk 



Other igacial dabt 



Haaa yw avar tatian banhniptey? Ejcplaio: 



•HWLEUENTARY SCHEDULES 



rjo. 1 eank;r.Q.Rslationi. (Alln ofaU my hank accounls. lndu<i;nsBni<si.antflaaml 






N«ma anrfLACatloM of Bank 




CainSalanca 


Amount of Loan 


Maturity of Loan 




FiorLda Banks 


- 


1,795,000. 


'/arious 


Key 3iscayne aan>: Stoc 


"i'ev; Yor.k Bs.nks 


: , 


; 575-.C00. 


Denand 








; 




;- 


• 




















1 II u 



12730 



' No. 2. AccountJ, Loam and IMol2» Reci V .& (A list af th» Iir9ut 



J 



M3m> jnd AddnM oi Debtor Owim Aj. oJ 0*bt D^unption of Natura at Debt DM:iIptionot SMurity H<U ExpJtUJ 



BSC 



investments 



295^03 



JLO. 



Cash Advance 



■Jpts . 



igyri 



HaiscnTieuve Invest. 



It, 13^ .06 



Sale-Snoppin3Ctr 



H. Moirtgage 



1500.00 



sables Court 



11*, 83: .20 



Motel 



150.00 



Morir-o?; Land Title 



12,53; .25 



Cash Advance 



1973 



Centro Coin Laundry eS.UO"-.. 00 

«o,3. Lifslmu^nc* " 5403,051.51 



Note 



1973 



atain* of PafMn InaurW 


.N.nxatOlinntlT 


NuMaf loMPMoCa. "Ty?* oi Policy 


raca Totjl Caih 


Total Loans 
A^aio* 


Amount of 

Pranlum 


UPoKcy 


Self 


Mother 


■Mass. Mutual 


Life 


r0,76C 














^Travelers 
















~- . .. 


. : 






. • 








: - 













Ho- 4. S tock»aiiJS«cufi<i««Otl»«r Thaw C uiiiii>M < U.S. G i i ir«iiii w it S«c«itftfa»»ndOo<><mm«i itAgw < >i « « . 



FacaVdiM. - 

(Bond*) 
Ho. of Shara* 

iStockl) 



.17,500 



Anex 



6.030 



Nyba 



C.S.Rebozo 



i8575.^5 »tO,05Q 



84,303 



00 



r i. so a 



S71,3.T5 righ^T^' g T«T/.nr1 



5U77f 



Key Biscayne 9ank 



LUCLT.US 



Island 



1, in*, 610. 3, 313, 2 8 1.00 
— ^ 5,gCG. 250.03 H-a^ 



5% 



30,001. 00 

Mo. 5. Real Estzta. The legal and equititiU titla to ad the r«a< estate listed in this statement is solely in the name of the undersignad, 
except as follO'**: 



L3;ooo 

to.G3M, 3 ;it?! 



»90 Say Ln 



Ofmamions or 



1/2 acre 






Due bates and 
Amounts of 
Paymants 



2 13 U , J U . 
130 ,000 



f31 Mashta )r. House 



86,596.49 
.-0- 



js.ooo.go 

;n'ririn -^n 



1401 Coralfiiay BldgJELotS 



-0- 



eeer 



'/ilia £ 



itrts 



3 1,000. ^ 
74 ,1*73. < 



50,000 



: 1 : 5,000: 
.30,000. 



30 



tla ■ rr-jit~^ana 50 



^ 



OB" 



< ere 

aqras 



Wo. 6. I buy goods principally from: 



305Y59U.51 



tMmt Addran 


Nam* Addrvs 











No. 7. Brokers Margin Accounts. List the names and addresses of the brokers and indicate the net amount due to each: 
I'one 



Ro. S. Insurance CovarasB. Fire Insurance: Buildings S_ 



_, Autonwbile{s), Household Effects, etc. S_ 



Indicate if policies have extended coverage endorsement: 

Personal S , General Public S ; Other Insurance (describe) 



; Liability Insurance: Automotive S- 



D2t3 ol latest independent analysis of insun 



; Indicate adequacy of coverage: 



Under penair/ tor .-nakiog false statements or overvaluing property to influence the action of any FDIC-insured bank, the 
undersigned certifies that the information contained in this statement is true and cOTect. ^ 



Seotenber 1, 1073 



nd cOTect- ^ , ^ 



12731 



cB-1 ►<*>;< J- jt) 1 '.i;:;;iiii;!" 



, "ersonaC financial statement 

(^ fugsostad by FedanI Rcan* Bank of Atlma) ( 



C. G. Rebozo 



To: 



?5 W. Mclntyre Street, Key Bxscayne, 
' F lorida asit g 

t make the following statement of all my assets and liatMlities as of the ^St « 



,day of_ 



September 



..t9. 



72 



and S've 



tftier material information for the purpose of obtaining credit with you on notes and bills bearing my signature, endorsement, or guarantee, and a^ree to 
notify you promptly of any change affecting my ability to pay. 

{Please answer all questions, using "no" or "none" where necessary) 



UABILITIES AND NET- WORTH 



On hjnd. 3.->d uivettricted 



u,b.nfJ°^"^^" s 12.2 3U.72 




Mota Payabis In Bjnks. Un: 



s 185,000.00 



7, U. S. Go<f nm >nl S i w r W w tGwrwn— d) 



862,000.00 



GovamnMnt A^cAcias 



Jta g Qii n a and Lo 



«fcaS<*ad.>lo.a 



117,175.52 



No<aa P»rabta4»Oaara, Unaaaaad 



171,215.00 



NMaa Racaintila. Hot OlaaaMad 



Naaaa rayakU to <Mi«% Sacand 



B-Sffcftf.HB.a 



lSaaSaliad.Wii.3l 



0^ ftaghtcradint 
yyHa.i«a>adtno»«i»i»g^(> Jnyi^stm 



a aNd AaMaaaMa tayaMa 



P<»»;>-a»m>,W 



(SaaSchad.Na.5) 



257,U72.9t 



mi ' uhri|-cpar; 



!rlf§g!g^-ilK 



JSttAiBUILZl 



.11,621.00 



ttle Co. 



>2^g31,3SS.2» 



^u>u<sNa.3i »Z.lv87,308.9H 



TaOtUaWKIfcK 



l,U87.308.9t 



IS. aMKnano. 33) jXj'^HH , UHO . 3U 



33. (from lu» no. 151 



«l,UHt,0U6.30 



". TOTAL ASSETS 



$2,931,355.24 



$2,931,355.24. 



•QURCE OF INCOME 



KflSONAL INFORMATION 



Sa4ary XTi eXCe83 Of 



50. OOP. go 



Bonus and eommbCHms 



BaiUcer'-Tnvestor 



n«>dands in excess of 



in excess 



"5F" 



10.000.00 
U 130,000.00" 



m 



pnroe Land Jitle 



^fyhl ^ ^sf^^gaSt?; 



uiiimuS"'lsl. 



Olhar Wicow>a - ItanWaa 



190,000.00 



yes 



Mother 



■DNTmCENT UAWUTieS 



eEOERAL INFORMATIlM 



As^ndenar ar c»-mahar 



Uo 



Ara you tWiiiiiwltoewyiHi o 



Uo 



*f) nQO 00 >*•»» yo" •**^ wmit ■ compoaition ttt t ttnwit? Ew^iMn. m- 



ijtt.oyo.oo 



Ha*»yow W99r takan faanlcmptey? Eaptai 



tUPfLEMENTARV SCHEDULES 



Ho. 1 BaPki.-.a Relatiorat (AliaolaHmy bank »c<:o»»ntvincl»ding»»»ln8i.»nJ hum) 



Mama and l.acatlon-«r Sank 



fc ftUirf.y of Loan 



T)e(i'and 
Time 



How Endonad. Gu. 



ntaad. of Saevrad 



Key Bxscayne BanK atdck 
Due Aprxl 19 73 



Fla. 1st. Nat'l Bank-Hiami l | 862, 000 i 
Key Biscayne Bank STrust [ 12 ,?lt ;"71?,'l85 ,000 



« pi2,23i».72L,0t7,000 



12732 



(A Ibl of th« Uffvffl amounU owtng to m».l[ 



Nam* and Addrvo of D«btor 


' Mmount 
SM^ins 


Ag> at OabI 


0*K/lptlof* ol Naturo of Dabt 


DoierHitloK of SwurlTy H«4d 


DktaPaymant 
Eapactad 


Haisonneuve Invest .Co29 ,890 . 


00 


Sale-Shopping CIRRealEst. Htge ^ 


1,500. . 


Gables Court 


L5,635. 


85 


" Motel 


" " 


l5d. 


Centre Coin Laundry 


71,649. 


67 


Cash Advance 




Dee. 19 














5117,175. 


52 


- 


; 





Mo. 3. Life Insuranca. 



Noma of Panon Inwnd 


NiiTM of Bwffmlarf 


Naina of lf«Mfanc«,Co. 


T/p« of (Wlcy 


Fdc* 
Amount 


Total Co iti 

Sunandaf 

VbIu* 


Toul La*ns 

. AoatfUt 

Policy 


Amount of 
Yaarty 


taPolieY 


Self 


Bother 


Mass. Mutual 


life 


i0.76( 














f Travelers 


.. 












t t 


















. 


i0,76( 











•to. 4. Stoda «nd Sacyritit Othir Thaw S»i ai m ^ U. S. G u » wn « i rt S«joifiti«t and Govwi mi iw H Aanociw. 



IS 



Faca Valu* 

ISoodal 
Ho. of Sharaa 

(Stocki) 



JU BdrtdS 



I L X.6. I Mt > HJZo 



mwi 



-rtm 



n^r^iTif? 



J.t.liev 
ey Bisc 



m 



mnt 



•»3,949shrs 



nonroe Land Title 



s.ouu 



TtnrTtnnn 



100% 



i L 3 ,ooo aj.oao 



il.H>98,0'»5| 
no. 6. Raat Ettata. Tha lega< and aquidbla titta to alt tfia real astate tiftad in this statmertrW^I^IV irnn 
«Kcept as follow*: 



e nama of the u 




cap Off . Bldg 



3 8 ,779 . 6 ^ 



Omo Dataa and 
Amounts of 



PrvMnt 
Markat 



Vacant 



2^^!?^|?llMT?^ 



1i? 



„ eiut 
g SPrkg 



so;ooo. 



TTiwrrr 



25,000 



tac* 



lex 



SesTdence 90,Obo.op 
$e'67| 'l ?g 



■^836,000 



No, 6. 1 buy goods prmapaily from: 




Ctam* MdrM 


Nam* AddraM 











No. 7. Brokers Margin Accounts. List the names and addresses of the brokers and indicate the net amount due to each: 
Bache £ Company, 150 S. E. 2nd. Avenue, Miami, Fla. $11,621.00 



No. 8. Insurance Coveraje. Fire Insurance: Buildin9S$_ 
Indicate if policies have extended coverage endorsement:, 
Personal $ , General Public $ 



, Automobilets), Household Effects, etc. S_ 



; Liability Insuranca: Automotive S_ 



; Other Insurance (describe) :. 



Data of latest independent analysis of insurance;. 



; Indicate adequacy of coverage: 



Under penalty ror making false statements or overvaluing property to influence the action of any FDIC-intured bank, the 
undersigned certifies that the information contained in this statement is true and correc^ 



n... t^^l^s^x >^ ^f^:^ > - 



Signed, 




12733 



<( yn 



CSoSSaitol i,-, Fod 



1 R«.ofv. Ben. o( Allonlo) 'x— ^ 



G. Ssboi^o 



9 5 V.'. X c lr.rire Str ee' , Key Bisceyne, Florida 



I fr.cl^s tr.ii foiiowinc; srotcmsnf of oil rr.y cssGts < 



liobili;;: 



^st ' ^^y r. f Sapterr.ber 



19. --_L^, or.d £ive OM"*:r mc:oriol i.-.fomarlon for the purpose cf cbrcining credit with you on notes and biUi becrtng my signature, 
endorscn^^nt, or guarantee, end c^ree to notify you prOiT,pt[y of any cHonge effecting my ability to pay. 

C?liAS3 .=>SSWS A'.L.OU3iTlONS, LilNG "KO" C.'5 "XCJ::" W.-iSS; N3CH5SAaY; 





ASS2TS 


■ 


tiA::iuT!:3 ano net 


V/CRTH 


Celh 

On .^ond. 


. ,>mS«<«<. Nk II 


,' liT.sac.w 


N»toK Poyablo to Cso-ihk, Unsecured 

0;r«ct b3.-/«— J. only. :S« S«H>d. No. 1) 


* 130»0QO(0O 


U.S.C;.vor 


in-.«.it $o«unri*5 


r . . ' fli«t«i Payohio to Soiilti, S«cure(l 

OifWit :K»'rowirtgi only. [U* Schcd. Ka. I) 


695,^00.00 


A^countl c 


i Loom ll<cai«obl« 

(i»«4ch«d. N«. 2} 


K9,728.2^ 


Noros R«<«tvobl«, Oiseountvcf 

Wirh banki. finonc« camion.'**, vrc 


• - . 


\jrin a*c» 


vabtc. Not Difcounlod 

(SM-sdini. i«o. n 




li»*>i Payalklo to Others, Unsccurad 


109,957.00 


Korjs Hm 


voLlo, S:>cou>Ucl 

.1. iinono umpor.lc ox. (Sn Scl<«<l. No. 3: 




Nota^ Poyabto to Orhera, Sacur«d 




Ufa Insufono. Coih Sucxndcr Volut 

,Do ro: dcdo.l loon..') (S<a Stt.^. No. J) 




CiAons Agoifltl lifo loturonc* 

(S«« Schxi. He. 31 




Ct'n^i S.'oc'. 


• end Kondi 

(to. Sihod. No. if 


1,247,614.50 


Aeceu.1t* Paycbla 




K«ot:i;o:« 


0—i<M.t*i>.f) 


S70»QOO.OO 


ItOocosr Paycbla 






d in Own No--n«. 




'Cbk** «m£ AtMiwnonrs PoyebU 




Otii.r AiiO 
Utc^i;.. 


' R-K Pw5i3erties-5 0% 


f 100,000.00 


Avtgosoi Poyoblo on Aool »,;cto 


ISU, 007.02 




T-R Properties -^U' 


. HOvQOO.OO 


Brokors Mare>n Accowat» 

(Sm ScKmI. No. n 


- 30,000.00 


45' Cr.ris Craft 


35.000.00 0.r..r Liobil*., 






; ■ "■ 






Not Worth 


i,i:ij,ttyy:-zi 


Tofil A: 




S2»299, 383.23; '<'•-' i-i^bilities g-cI Not V.'oi^h 


v2, 299, 863. 23 



SC0"CS-O? ixco.\ 



PiSSCHAl IN?0:5MA7!0,\ 



In excess of 



KviJo 
O.-.S^r 



4: 



Sl^OOO.OO 



tn excess of 



»in excess oi 



\ i lO.OOO.OO- ^?^^""^: 



J &ut!n«tt or occupotioH 

t B anker _- 



Investor 



58 



,n_^y o,„c,-v..n,u,c President : - 
xtc nr,n m;^ 'r^ . . -.^v,.-'u;.e3-,jonro<qi uarvc Title Cp. 

125.000.00V-!? Pr'npp-r^ri?^c;-<-gy R-or';..r^o ■:^ f„^\'-VJ ^y^^ j 



Isjiaadt Inc. S Lumn\£i3»"5a^^i.rd '. Inc-. 

Sio^o X Chor OoponifenliKOthe: 



in excess of 



{$ ^ l-8S>Q0O.00 i 



CONTINGSNT t.!A3illTi:S 


C^KHP.AL 1N.-C.";.V.AT!0,N 


A-. ....,.,.:, or ,..n,„l.o, li I^OViS 


■ tr. on, o,-.oi. /c<i2«<'? Ou ly as showH 


On ■■..-.c-. or .onl,oc.» |s KOTie 


Ara yow ci«;f«njanl in uny *uiti or 


U..O. <,.:... !j Jioae 


U.Ol ..,.0... ^Q 


' ?/&vh;o.T for rjd*rot Income 1 . 

Too. It Kone 


Movo you «vor made o compowdon sert',mont? Zxploln: 

No 


o.:..r .,.o:.i icir 1*. Xone 


Kov. you .y.r IcJon l.on.roprcy? E.?lo:r,^ 



fUsn I .'.to!..-;!/ of Loo 



How 3n<!orsoj. Gu 



•d, or S«cur.d 



'.•i.-:':. 2 = r:; of Kia- 




.;s Dace Courity Ban: 


cs ; 


-■ Stare Banks • 


i ■ 



/^i3 V C ■' oi De- anr. j Wisher's isl. Stock 
■^3?. *J g- " ! Fishers Isl S y.3.3an:< 
; 2 2 7 . A<05 : " ! " « . 



I Total i S2^,^0 i 



(SEo OTKiJ SIDiJ 



12734 



No. 2. Acccvnts, loans cnc* Notes r^ccoivab^o. (A 'ist of tJ^e 


•or,,., o„„„,„ „wi„, .. ™..i 








Nor-. »fld A.;i..,; of 7^>,•.. I ^^^' 1 As.ofO.bt 


Dfltfipiloo of N'oturo of OeSt 


C«.uip>ioo o! S.tgti-y H.W 


Do.< >ern^n! 


Konro" :.?.nd Title Co[9,3C3.'21 


Cash Adv^r.ce 


Cote 




1S71 



Maisorr.guvg .Inv. Co.j45,S01 



j Se.le-ShoppingCtr.?.eaI Est. 



"TT 



JljoOO.r.c 



Gable? Court 



T7 



5 > 5 ^ 3 • .3 3 



iMotoL 



150. r.c 



C. A-Tirosino 



22, SCO. 00 



Caoe riorid- 



113 72 



Centre Coin Laundry 58,49iJ.;53 



-$±i--tj 



[Cash AcLv£.nce | 



11971 



No. Z. •-i'a 


-!5urenc« 


















Namo of ?or.io 


n Intwrod 


Nom.o<9of<oDcio>y 


Kom« o^tnsvfXiK* Ciw 


■^Tnj. 6f ^otlqr' 


IVco 

Awooet 

•rpo-ncir 


Toro! Coih 
iitmndnr 


Two: Loo.-ii 
Aeo-^r 
Policy 


Amount o.: 
Yoorlr 
Proniun. 


t.Poiitr 

AMignoy? 


Self 


Jiother 


Trftv.CMass. 


.Life e 


,50,7Sp 




225.2s 


I- " ■ 






k ■ . .. 


:., 














' 


















--■.• . 


. 











No, ^. 0?!ier Steeds and Sondi. 



ITfTC 
3000 

nr3 



(Sole.) 

No. of %■:■•'• 

.(S'o^yi 



Dncrfptfon of SMvffty 






«r- 



^ l-l.'TS .\ ' Y5 " S t ' 
. - SJ.COO/T^S^ 3onds 

30 sm oo-'j-sx ■■ 



Shrs risher's Islsm^ 



CfcS.RelJozD — Jr: 



lOtlYMT 



3S . 03 toT^r?5TtrO 

gl2.0$ 17 ; 375. 00 



,i6 gH17.5'J i9!l'J7.5Q 



To Wlxn PMgnl 



^MF>,315.0a 792.6o0.0t 

r i7<.7s g . cn i.f^ s . q^-.n . n f 
5SC0U.C-J 2oo;o;:o.oQ 



\;arious Banks 



'95,313 
37^1^ 



10 



IL 



".ohroe -.ana Title i !!" 
.•^.•j.r.vj^_:_<J-.srig ' — 



^>o. 5. ricn! 'sfofc. Tne le^cl ono' equ?tob!« frtl« to all rh« reoF esfote listed fn this stotemenf is solely in the nome of f'r.e uncJerticned. 

«cept OS 'oI!ow,=_______ Sl,2';7,6i';.so$2,53i,2^o.oa 



Do-,<Hi*;ci or ' Wm^rttJor) or 


Coojlttof 


r.artZ'S" 


Amogrtts of 


A:-.?i.od 

Vc!-jo 


Prsssnt 1 u,^^ 


^ Toxe, 


s;r55; :'o. | A^oi 


Vriv'o i Y.or 


Amount 


KB yK.3j.Cig. b orricea Utxic? bidg 
3-53-3.' ■" 50 .-cr-sT yacan_? 1 


•s'sucJss 


i^O.OOO.OO 




Ellio-c /,ey i^t lots 
Johr.son Dr.! 2 across 


Residence 


15TS39J67 


■i U , U U U . • J U 
1 S5!OOO.OC 




Bay Ler.e 1/2 " 




35,398.187 




I. J, 000. ,00 




513 '.vhitehdi Office bldg S Pr>:s.lo- 


p .-0- 1 




50,000.p0 




i i 


►190,007JQ2 

-: ; ' ' = 


$|570,aCC.^?0 





No. 6. I b'."/ gosJs ^rir'i'pcJly from: 










- 


NOTIO 


Allifr:)! 1 






Krrm 


A^<!f«ii 


1 


1 


No. 7. ;-o';?rc f'.sr-"- A^<:ovnts. list ths r 

Sachs £ Co-'jany, 150 S. 


ones ond ocdressos of the 

E. 2nd. Avenue 


bro!< 
y 


en ond indicote the net or 

lan\i, Florida 


nc'."i' d'j* to ecz'r: 





if po!'c!?5 l-cvo cxtcnc':c' ( 
5 , Ge— c' 



. Fire Insuroncc: 3vildin^5 $_ 
ercge endorsenc^t: 



_; O'^er InsLTcnce (c'cscibc): . 



_, AutorrobiieCs), Housc'i 

; LiablliV !nsurc'T< 



sic' Ease's, c'c. S- 
?: Au^c.Tio'ive S 



_; Indice'o cc'cqi.ccy c^ covercgo: 



oor.^.^^^yz^ 



ocS s'ce Hc-co' crc the :nfomo'"on inscTe 



:re"L':;v rccc c^c :s 'rv? arc co-rect. 



? z^' >'^-^^ 



^ 



12735 



(2o\^ ■V~l)€ y 




PERSONAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

(iitftm4 by F>J»ral R«a«v. B«nli ol Allonla) 



Street, Key Blscayne, Florida 



1 niahe riie following srotenient of otf my aisefs anJ fiobHitias as of the 



Jst 



-doy nf September 



W— Z5, and give other molerial informcrtion for the purpose of obtaining credit with you on notej and billt bearing my signolura, 
tfidonement, or guarantee, ancf agree To notify you promptfy of any change affecting my ability to pay. 

fflEASE ANSWER AIL QUESTIONS, USING "NO" OR "NONE" WHERE NECESSARY) 



itSSETS 



LIABIUTIES AND NET WORTH 






44^691,20 



100,Q0O>Q0 






697,700.00 



M^M-jJ-H^t) 



»S.ftia.48 



■Mmm a>cii»tthl«, BiacAwrtW 



iUm S€l«d. N«. 1) 



178,600.00 






■««»«f«Tjl»l»l«Olto»» !■»■■< 



15W»cH«<;H».31 



•*•. Sttidii an^ l« «i 



1,036,606.68 



682^,000.00 



1S»« Sc>»<t. t*>. 31 



°^y irtl Properties 



100,000.00 



(So tch«J. K». i) 



139,195.32 



1-^K Fropertle 



40,000.00 






40' Houseboat 



18,000.00 



CE' Chris Croft 



35,000.00 



$ 1.021,613.04 



9 2,137,108.36 



Total Liabilities and Net WoHh 



$2,137.108.36 



SOURCE OF INCOME 



PERSONAL INFORMATION 



40.600.00 



wasnwexx.inc. 
, .CocoIoCo co n 



6,000.00 



1970 



125.000.00 



fartttfar ofRcvr in any •ttt«r « 

*=HT'ropertles 

T-R PrnpprtlP.g 



I6IP^ 



Otinr inconw-H 



s Island 



171,600.00 



CONTINGENT UABIUT1ES 



GENERAL INFORMATION 



On ony on%n pi«^9«j? Only OS shotm 



Hone 



No 



Ho 



Olb»i- apgcigl dtb* 



S o ne 



r tokM* haakrupteT? Explo^ 



SUfPLlMENTARY SCHEDULES 



No. 1. Bonking Refatio 



(A Int ol ol? my bank i 



Amt. ofLoon | Morurlty of loen 



IsE National Bank 



iw CndarsW, G«oranl«*d, or S«<vraJ 

fiiiher laid & KgyBlacaynaR tt S 



33,200 I 
-454^00— h 

34 500 

95.00 Q-i- 
TRn,nnn r 



Manufacturers Hanover Trust 
1st MdLiuual Bank uf MX^aml — 
City National Bank of Miami 



'-VlShei: Xsldnd stock 



nurida.NaLional.Badk . 
1st ij^cional -Miami Springs 
Key Bxscayne Bank 



I8U bays Open 



12736 



N«. 7. Accounts, loons and Note 


jRack-oble. (A li.i .r ih. 


largvfl omm*tmt* ownn^ to mo.} 






Nwiii« ond AdJr«*t •! Debtor 


^;^' A9..(D.b. 






Doto Poymott* 
Cspoclod 


Monroe Land Title Co. 


13,772.21 


Cash Advance 


Note 


1971 


Vashwell, Inc. 


89,839.93 


Cash Advance 


Note 


1971 


Malsonneuve Investments 


59,948.;3 


Sale-Shopping Cente 


rReal Est. Mortgage 


$150 mo. 


Cables Court 


16, 150. CI Sale-Motel 


Real Est. Mortgage 


$1,500 mo 


$.78, 810. 'IS 


I 





No. 3. Life Imuronce. 
















Mfliw of P*r*»n taMi#*rf Nam« •! B«Mlk«arT 




TypootroCcr 


Foa 

A«ie«t 


Toiol Coih 
SornoJir 

Vol»» 


Total Loanf 
Agoinft 
folicy 


Amount of 
•Y.otly 
Ptomiwn 


Anrriodt 


Self Mother 


Trav»ler8 & Life & 


50,76( 




225.25 






Hass. Mutual 


EndowaanCt 












•;•"'.■ * I --. 










. 


I 











Me. 4. Other Slodu ami Bond*. 



r>caVob« 

No. of Sham 
(S»o<*.) 



25-SiUUO Bond6 UVSE 
20 -51000 Bond s AMEX 



-ti. jj. jffit»ozo 



i3[2ifys 



TTili? 



To Whoa Mo4(W 



Fisher Is Land, iSc 
Hank 



J^ 



781.53 






ii;goo 



IKT 



396,315 Shrs 
?q.a,1^ Sh 



IM 



Honrol tind 5itleCo. 



?lF 



792,630 

lii 



13',.000.00 



No. 5. Real Eitoto. The legal ond e^^itabls tHl« to all ttto r«<H estote listeg iii fhjj statemeijtjt ^^Wy i/k'''* name of ttio undenigned, 
accept oj followv » ■ • 



KB Bank Bldg. 
9-53=33 



6 Offices 
20Q Acres 



Office Bldg. 
Vacant 



48,732.n 
17.781.2: 



' Ow Pqtwt end 
Amoanft of 



Pf MWl 
Morkol 
Vollio 



1/5. UUU 

8o!ooo 



Elliott Key 
Joh ns o n Dr l v 



12AC+17 
2 Acres 



1? noB Af 



122,000 

Ti ,onn.. 



Bay Lane 
Adams— ££ 



Hint 



h HI figs. 

Parking Lot 
T.nr I 



37.343. 5C 



130,000 
50,000 



513WhiteheadSt 
lO/S-XapsEloxi 



OfficeBldg 
a Wnrprfrn 



lfi,?4n.Qf 



60,000 
3Q:QQQ. 



139,195.32 



682,000 



Wo. 6. t buy goods principally from; 




Homo Addrno 


Norao AJinn 











No. 7. Broken Margin Accounts. Liit the names and addresses of the brokers and indicate the net amount due to each: 



Mo. 8, Insurance Coveroge. Fire Insurance: Buildings $ 

H policies hove extended covefcge endorsement: ; 

$_, , General Public $ . . ; Other Insurance (describe); 



Automab;le(s), Hous«Kold Effects, etc. $_ 
; Liability Insuronce: Automotive $ 



_ Personol 



Dote of latest independent anal/sis of insurance: 



_; Indicate adequacy of coverage: 



The undersigned certifies that each side hereof and the information inserted herein hove been corefully read and is true and correct. 



^::^ 



12737 



PERSONAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

(SkOS^U^J by Fxlxal Raiarva Booh o( Allonla) 



Chcs. G, Rebozo 



490 Bay Lane. Key Bfscayne, Florida 



I moke 'he following statement of^oirmy assets and liabilities as of th» *^ *■ 



-day of September 



69 



19 ^j;^. one give other material informoJion Tor the purpose of obtaining credit with you on notes and bills bec/ing my sicncrura. 



end* 



nent. or guorontee, and agree to notify you promptly of ony change affecting my ability to pay. 

(PIEAS5 ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS, USING "NO" OR "WOWr' W^JERH NECESSARY) 



UABIUTIES AND NET WORTH 



njAi,3& 



N*tM Peyobt* to Aanli«, UnMeur«d 



l$*«Sched. No. I) 



64 .000.00 



U. S. Cov«rnm«nt $«airit»«» 



663.000.00 



€2.060.02 



|S~ Sctud- N«. 1) 



MM«IU»i«ibla, 



■««»«^«y«hi« t« oih«n. uii»<»r««i LoHg TeiHT 



108,350.00 



.. «tc IS»» Sih.^. N«. H 



Wb*>i PgyabU to 0*h«f, $»Q.r«J 






Oth«f Slo<l(i ond 3onJ« 



C««S<*«€l.W«.4) 



802.192,00 



Ac uw iit l P»ybl» 



(fa. Scfcwi. Urn. Jl 



649.000.00 



174.768.10 



% Partnership, R-M Properties 



100.000.00 






(S#*ScS»d.No.yi 



% Partnership, Centro 



125.000.00 



ComarciaT Ciibano 



^' Houseboat 



20.000.00 



s 771.875.28 



Totol Assets 



» 1.781,993.38 



Total Liabilities and Net Worth 



^ 1.781.993.38 



SO0.SCE OF INCOME 



38.800.00 



PERSONAL INFCP.MATICN 



Moiy 



Bg .i a. w «ft Mcwparloa 

Banker - Investor 



Prpsirippt- .Vnnroa I sn H 
litis. Co.: Uashwel ' 



uentro Comerci a]'; Cubano I Cnrolnftn T*nro T F-fcih pr 



S. 000 .00 
24.000.00 



Comerci a] Cubano; CnrolnBn T^nro ; Pi.;h pr 
Lunvnas island o.p„j.n,CT,;iX.i. isTana. Inc. 



g?JS?^ None 



S7.8OO.00 



CONTINGENT IIABILITIES 



CENrilAL iNFOR,V\AT10N 



OiTly as shown 



None 



Mone 



Art any ottvti pf«dg*d7 



No 



> f.r F.donl In 






mmd% Q campoMriof* frlemmnt^ €xp[oiii 

Ro 



otcen bofibruprcy? Expl- 



Ko 



SUPPIEMENTARY SCHEDULES 



(A In) .« »ll my boxb i 






F^l?;^ 



u-idiototio.. of e=nl. 

;^ -bpranos-Sank- 
SanK-rionaSLead 



£.Oiitiiiente.i , .UTiiifljs Bank 
KanuTacturs.s Hanover 
-Fi-rs-t-r;a-t+^ -3 a n k~^—i-\ ranri — 
City fMtL^">nk- Mi?mi _ 



iM- 



JMMQ- 



Jemand 



How £ndorse«l. puoMnt,.^. c- S>c;u<i 

■ KB Sank Srock 



Fishe r IsTciiJ. Int. SLol- c 



;ioi-ida Natl . Bank 
.ey Biscayr.e Bank 



-'"'Sli 180 Days- 



Open 



12738 



Kc. 2. Accounts, Loons and Notes R«.^eivable: 1* ^'»» •' •*»• toT9«»i amevms o-^i^s »• 


«•., 










N<una ami AJJmt of Dtbror 


. ^'~;' A^..D.i« 


DvcrjptioM of N»hir« ttf 


Debt 




Omitript'f 


n Af-nffwity H*tJ 


Dsta Paymtnr 


r-'cToe Land Title Co. 


4,407. n 












'.•.'aslT.-.'ell , Inc. 


40,326.20 


L .- . 






Gables Court 


17,326. n 








^ r 








62,060.!D2 {■ 







K':;. 3, i;r? Insurance. 


. 








». 








"—"—"-- 


Nam* «f «.».(iri.r, 


■ r 


IMI 

AimnNM 


TMar Caih 
S«r«*ndar 


TxalUan 


Attfvnt mi 


i.Prf.r 


Self 


Mother ; 


Travelers & 


life S 


»,760 




: ,225.25 


Yes 


Hais. Mutual 


Endowment 












. K-- 






■- ; ■■ 



















Ko. <. Other Stocks and Bond*. 



UaVahn 
Ne. of Sharos 






2C S tir ii. AMg X S tock 



H 



r Island, inc. 
^scaynejank 






';. ft. ■ftebozo 
G. Reb020 



3 .300 
13.072 



3.500 



r* Wlma Plorf(W 

(See Schedule 



Repozo 



iOO'i ' ']' WaihwelT. int; 
lDfl2L-_J-_ftoncoa-l,^a4d-j;itls_C|i 



;: Heb5z6 
-£ Rehozo 



302 Monroa land, Title f 

S% I Lujnmus Island., Inc. 



■«ril 



;eb6zo 



, 802,19;^ I.b^/.ITO , 

listed in this stotement is solel 



Ho. 5. Real Estate. The legal and e<)uitab1e title to all the real estate 
except cs follows:^ 



\y, in the name of the undersigned. 



h Inz f^a bus 
P 3an!< SI do. 



Wr 



TML 



-pfnT 



Dw* Oat*« and 
AmouTrts of 



9-53^39 
EMl-nt t K ° v. 



Z80^_. 
12Ac,il7 lAs 



vacant 



ce BIdq. 



V,mXi 



Kesidence 
Residence 



MS 



oonnscn unve 
Say Lane 
Adafi5 ;<ey % Int 
5l5 ' Jhi^°' : ?r-d . ' 



s 



££_£! 



Caoe Fiorica Haterfrort Lot 



jq, ^^Pfirhnq I n>- 



18.240.00 
'lM./b8.10' 



649,UJU 



Wo. 6. 1 buy goods principally from: 



No. 7. Srolcen Margin Accounts. List the nomei and addresses of the brokers and indicate the net amount due to each: 





V« n V-irrtnf<. rrt^f^>rn^'> Fir** Inctirnnr*. Rinl^mg. < 


; lipbi'tfy ?nV"T«n':«»: Av^nmotive $.._ 


, Personal 






DqTa of Ic-f>?' •ndAp?'*'^""* pno'yvs of inw^nc*^: .. 


?nd'cot<t odeq""*^ "f (:"v*»rng»- _ , , ... 





The undersigned cgrtifes that each side hereof ond the information inserted herein hove be- 
^ 7^ //^^ Signe<t_ 



efolly read ond is true and correct. 



„.^^k, rT ^^<^ ?-* 



12739 



EXHIBIT 88 






J L_: J. II. ClflGtlL IOC. {iyiLD[RS iiiio [0[[RC 

TCir.FhON!:; 4'i.')-e623 • 2i!60 S-W. iC;n lANC • /.'.lAMI, riCHIDA 33133 

March 9, 19 7 3 



Mr. C, G. Rebozo 

C/0 Key Biscayna Bank 

Key Biscayne, Florida 

Subject: Fireplace for; 
500 Bay Lane 
Key Biscayne, Florida 

Dear Mr. Rebozo, 

We propose to build a fireplace as per plans 
prepared by Don Bouterse, Borrelli, Albaisa, 
Architects at the above address for the total 
sum of THIRTY FIVI:; HUICDRED EIGI-rj'Y SIX D0Uu^R3 
($3586.00) . 

Sincerely, 



John H. Clagetl 
President 



JHCroml 



12740 

EXHIBIT 89 



'il J&> ' WES BRANDT'S BILUARD SUP?IY;:iHC:*^: ?' *^^ ' 






^BrunswicktAurtiorizad Service ;D»°l»f -TS .--^'-r 
? t^ORT^i'wiAMI/ FLORID A.33168 ■■•':: . -,-. 



if 

i i ^ 










^*;*^*v;:v 






/ V^^i.^-^)'S ^--'r.''<J " V \.y" ' '^ .J^ 1 ly^-S-i ■-^■t! j ' 



^;«**>*»'"?^^'- '- <- -^»^.j?iJi^."!^"*^7.J'- ^^-t'"i?^:}':-.*'' M ■•-*'.-. ^ '■-^^ 3 






'TOTAL-- 



II 






MO«nc su 



*»45, ll*C. M 



12741 



:..-^ 



EXHIBIT 91 

BELCHER OIL CO. U 744 G 









BOX 1751 

/ 



(V.DVii, FIA. 3310'. 



INVOICE CONTROL NO 



J'-5 <r3 '/ 



TANK NO__J^ TRUCK NO 



;UCK NC 



, ..,v,aQ£M>AV£. 



DCLIVERY PC.MT_5Q0-bl}U>Q^ 

I Dci!vi_sVoATE_Azi__L_r:; l-i_ 



ORcn^ Ko^ 



, /' 
i L 
D 

T 




95 V;. :,:o [M YKt: 

KLY :ii.-;':,\Y;;;-", fla. 



! ITE M 

I DIESEL 

[ KEROSENC 

i 0UNKE.5; C 

BaCiL 
• I 

JVULG-VN 



i: G G 

C 1. u. 












-//.. 



^'^' 

/^/b 



n a [ 



3 






5-5 



/ 



o 



X y y" AUi^lMUM QUANllTV CHARGE 30 GMlCNb 



RECEIVED DY_ 






STATEMENT 



;Ei>Ci-lEit OIL COMPANY 



T- ORUIAMG SERVING FLOUIDA SINCE K,!" 






i3I?f,.AYNE; HAWK 

. ' • : I ;-.' T Y R E 

Bl;-:C'»Yl\'t: FLA 



3 3 i '^ 9 



REMIT TO 

P. O. DOX f7G1 

MIAMI. FLORIDA 33101 

PHONE 

672-C801 




r;n urTur.'s' wini youd rrM.n A'jri: 



AMOIIN r tNCl 0''jED 

I 5719 11 I 

' ACCOUNT NlJMllLR 

L _ ^ 30 7 3 I 



12742 



r 



WAnvmiA. MBwirr m wusm. Tnw«t account 
*•• •> S. •■• » ■ ■! - •«•«■ an 



•'> C- 



\o 



I7J 



I 'J5 



'''^SSf^»_?nanni oil oohpakv 



1 






i'lJJXAll* 



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TH0I4AS H. WAKEFIELD - SPECIAL ACCOUNT 
2-1691 . ,^ . 4-69 

UR. THOLJAS H. WAKEFIELD 
SPECIAL ACCOuNl JOINT ACCOUNT 

ACCT.> c^^/( q/ 

u rv r TT^^"°**'^"'S°e'<lio^'t* deposilorj are opening an account in KEY BISCAYNE BANK 
n VltAMl. vLiOr!tIDft--0f}49i»ft<3 hcrrby authorize nnd- direct jaid banV to recognize and honor cither 
and/or both and/or every of the jr^natures subscribed as the bajak's authority for the pa>inenl of fundj 
from said account; and the underrizned hereby as:Tee each with the other and with said baoV that aQ sunu 
herctolore or hereafter deposited by the ujidersizned in said account shall be owned by the underiieued 
jointly, with right of survivorship, and shall be subject to payment upon the check of either or any one of 
the undersisoed, or the survivor or survivors of them, and payment thereof to cither of them cixin the joint 
or several order of either of them shall discharge said banV Irom liability to either, or the heirs, execuloia. 
administrators or assigns of either. As a condition of the acceptance of said account by the bank It is 
ajrreed that said account shall at all times be subject to aQ reasonable roles and regulations of said bank. 
The account may be closed by either of the un<JerjienedL 

The Bank ii authorized to apply this account toward the payment of any indebtedness du* the Bank 
from the depositor or depositors, or either of them, whether the debt la several and this account is Joint, 
or the debt is joint and the account is several. 

The Bank is authorized to supply the codorsemetil and to placa to th« credit of this accomit, any 
and an cbecis, dnftj/or otlier items, payabl* to both of Use depoarton Jointly or to either of tbra 
severally. whetbeT.depo"*'^ ^ thggyoaySgnt to the Bank by odier» for the account of either of them. 







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Dear T'fr, Wakefield: 

In accordemce v;it:li a request r\a6B by !1r» C« G« Rebozo^r 
I an for'.Tarding you two signature cards :?or the opening 
of a new cr.ocking account entitled; 

IllQMhS H, WAKEFIELD - SPECIAI. ACCOUTIT 

Kindly sign the cards vrriere indicated and return to us 
in the self— addressed envelope •;hieh ''vo encidne for your 
convenience* 

Thank yo-u„ "^ • 

Yours very truly, t 



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l^ew Accounts Secretary 



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MIA.-II, Fl.OniT).V 33131 

Septernbex- 13, 1971 



Key Biscayne Bsiik and Trust Company 
95 Vi'est I.lclntyi-e Street 
Key Biscayne, Florida 3314S 

Attention: I.!r. Richard Stearns 

Re: THOMAS H. WAKEFIELD - SPECIAL, ACCOIKT - 2-1691-7 

Dear Mr. Stearns: 

In accordance with my previous instructions, 
please hold statements in connection with the above accour 

With kindest regards, I am 



Very truly yours, 
WAKEFIELD / HEWITT S; WEBSTER 



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4-69 ■ 




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KEY BISCAYNE • MIAMI. FLORIDA 33149 



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TO WHOM IT MAY CONCSR:i: 



?ro!n Septeriber 10, 1953 to Ju.ie 23, 1972 
Account :'■■ 2 -16 SI- 7 in the n?.:."e of Tho~as 
H. 1,'akefield, Special Acccunr had a balance 
in the amount of $^^,562.33 v/ith no activitie: 
whatsoever. 

Very truly yours , 



Cnristopner 0'i>ililiva 



:op 
Vice President 



COS inra 

Enclosures: All documents required 7/21/1212 
cooies of subpoena attached 
\ 

J •/' Hr. Bellinc 
l- f Senate Select Corr^ittee 
, ^j ■ r-" on Presidential CaiT.oaign Activities 
V,^-', '"•; J Room G 30 8 

'','"'' l.'ew Senate Office Building 
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UNDIft THE PROVISIONS Or THC UNIFORM COMMERCIAL COOE 
AttO THE nULCS AND REGULATIONS OF THIS BANK. 

PLEASE ENDORSE ALL CHECKS , 

DATE LAM ^-"^ 



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D DRAFT ON NEW YorJK 

D DRAFT ON 



THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MIA,'.a 
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/V\tMUKANUUM 



.HARRY WINSTON, •"«• 

s-f. Diamo»4t, Ptarli Cf Prttiom Suma 

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LIABILITY LEDGER D-mWllcUer filed undsr .^^fSS^L. 
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EXHIBIT 103 




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KEY BISCAYNE, FLORI DA 33 |.*9 



Septeniber 4, I969 



First National ^nk of Miami 
P. 0. Box 2500 
r-Iiami, Florida 

Attention: Mr. James E. Schulte, 

Assistant Vice President 

Dear ^fe•• Schulte: 

Enclosed you will find our Cashier's Check No. 10864 
in the amount of $653 763.75 of vMch $65,000.00 is 
payment on the principal note of Mr. C. G. Rebozo 
and $763.75 for interest. 

Yours very truly, 

Richard Steams 
-Senior Vice Pre sident 

RS/mJr 

Enclosure 



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12775 
APPENDIX 2 

DUNES EXHIBIT 1 .: .-. 1, IS ^.3 



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1. I spc'y.e to Haii-<--.h per your sugcostcd script £;-'d 
I r^cX everything worV.od o'.;t slricht. As >"::i'''o;v,onstr.H v;.ve 
as this ir.an is I am convinced that he fools that we have a 
deal subject to mutual agreement on the nuriers . 

2. I hcve cancelled my trip to I.os Angeles and have 

reset the check-up for late tonorrcv arid Sunday because of 

the following. Late today it canr.e to -.y attention through 

a confidential source that a group fron; Texas had r.ade an 

f 
offer of S5.5 ."nillion to purchase the Silver Slipper. I 

called Jack Shapiro and Dick Gray tc -^et with rria and they 

have just left. Shapiro admitted the 7^>:as pro;'csal and ve 

elicited a prorr.isa from hirci that no deal 'voula r 2 cl^j-^d 

vith this croup until he had shov.n us an artufil co-p\- :-" thS; 

oropcsed 2gree~9nt. I thsrsfore will not lea.ve for L-.-= .-n-".'^j 

in the event you v.ant n^e to vcrk on this rr.attar, eith;.-r ' hr^s 

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DUNES EXHIBIT 6 



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FHO.M: Dick Grty 

Aniii rust Inquiry 

The attorney of the Western Districg of the U. S. for the Department of Justice has just 
left iny office after a four hour (discussion) because of his understanding that we pi-oposed to 
take both the Stardust and the gilver Slipper as oisAIajT^he decided to come over to see me 
personally rather than send vvritten inquiiy. 

Our discussions with Bob jNIaheu 3'esterday morning and my conversations with about this 
antitrust problem. Bob and r{dscided) to recommend to you that we delay closmg on the 
. (Stardust) until tie end of this- quarter (juae 30).". There is ( (good?) reason for delaying this 
closing, which I will explain. 

The Justice Depai-tnient lav^yer recommended to me that we postpone (action) on the Stardus. 
and also asVed if we could delay <ja the (S. Slipper). However, he obviously was not as concerr. 
about the (Slipper) because it represents a far lesser proportion of the (total business in this ar 
than the Stardust Based upoa (the) comments of that lav^yer, I feel that if we were to (decide) 
to close the Stardust purchase immediately the Justice Department would most probably file an 
action for a temporary (restraining) order to postpone the closing until after their investigatioc 
is completed^ T cannot say, as a result of today's (meeting) whether or not the Department pla;. 
to flis ajtfulLscale action (against us.) However, the lawyer appeared to be most impressed 
( ' ) percentage figui-es which he had read in newspaper ( 

Obviously ha had also been furnished information from (Washington 1) and possibly' from Carson 
City. 

(In addition?) ha asl-:ed me to furnish to him detailed information ( ) 

acquisition we have made here in the hotel-casino ( ) ajid ajiy other 

acquisitions. I, of course, do not int3r'd to furnish anv'thing except v.ith your prior approval. I 
wou:Q also li';c to discuss this mal'=-r with mj- partners in Houston so that I can rr.2'<e a proper 
Tecommencation as,v.?iat we thmk should be furnished to the Department of Justice. 



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for acquiring and operating that property v.hich will not require the borrowing hy \ou-of the 
purchase price. It is our suggestion that the assats of both the Stardust and the Silver SliC'psr 
be acquired b}' Hi^ghss Tool Company and, simultaniously with the acquisition, taev will be lea 
frora Hughes Too! Comp?.ny; the Slipper to go to you and, as suggested by Mickey West, so as 
is'r.s a':vantag2 of the tax less carrj" forT.ard in Hctel Properties, Inc. , there should be s ir-asc 

B\" foI'=.v.v:::g the foregoing procedure, you will still, initially, be the- Hcc-r.see ac the Slipse: 
zsr'j Mickev V."e = t recommends that we form immediately a ^C£vc;ca corporation to c-perste t'r.zi 
:t-.- :-r:y. i~';v;-.;i'y, it v.ill lake lo-ger to h?.ve approvals of th-r r.r'.v crpcratioz anc of Ho-.c: 

c:.-'.:r_e ojr p'.nv. 10 cV..-lr. ".--'•ih licer.ses, initially, in your ::;-— = , act'.ially hive a closing on i"r.| 

We believe this would make the financing of the t-.vo new acquisitions far si.-apler and woulc 
keep the Justice Department from filing a hasty injunction suit until v.e have had the opporhni'.v 
to inquire into their intentions. 

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find there's beer, quite a bit of highv/ay frontage acquired chere. 

MR. GRAY: Yes, sir; that's almost at the entry to 
KcCarran, isn't it? 

MR. VON T0B3L: It gets dov/n close to it. 
MR. GRAY: Yes, sir. VJell, then we have acquired sonie 
highway frontage there. I think it's really from about the 
gate to KcCarran there at the Executive Terminal to about the 
— is it Kona Motel — about right along there. I think we 
acquired some of it near that. There's not very much. area 
between McCarran and the Strip, as I--recall, but I do think 
that's right. . 

MR. DICKERSON: Mr, Gray, in the Policy Board meeting 
.Mr. Maheu stated that — and questioned by Mr. Johnson (Reading;) 
"...what plans have you beyond these? What is your long-range 
plan?' (MR. I^KEU:) I assume you mean in the acquisition of 
further gaming institutions. (MR. JOHNSON:) Right. . .correct- 
(MR. MAKEU:) Certainly if we were granted permission to 
acquire thes.e tv/o entities and we choose to acquire them, I 
am certain it's safe to say that we v;ould have no more 
interest in any major hotel acquisitions — of major hotel- 
casino acquisitions in southern Nevada. " 
MR. GRAY: Yes, sir. 
. MR. DICKERSON: (Reading:) (MR. JO?:n'SON:) "Is it 
limited to that area, Mr. Maheu? (."R. r-L?.HSU:) There have 
been pressures — there hr.ve been pressures, as I'm sure 
you all knov/, for us to make an investment in northern 
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" (coatinuinc;: ) separately, and v/e would not proceed with 
any negotiation unless we had the opportunity of presenting 
ourse'lves before you and getting your thinking on it." 
From that — is that statement' then, and you v/ere present 
when it was ir.ade and, I presxime, authorized to be made by 
Mr. Maheu, intended to apply only to major hotel acquisitions; 
that is, hotels that are in existence being acquired? 

MR.. GRAY: Well, I assume so, yes, sir. 

MR. DICKERSON: It would not foreclose then, a program.- 
for construction of new hotels in southern Nevada. 

MR. GRAY: I, don't think so. ' The only one I know of 
though is the Sands. That's the only one — I've discussed 
this with Mr. Maheu and it's the only one he knows of, and 
we both discussed it with Mr. Hughes. 

>IR. DICKERSON: If you acquired, and your information 
is that there v/ere negotiations — the status of it at the 
present time you don't know — if you acquired the El Rancho 
property at the start of the Strip at Sahara and Las Vegas 
Boulevard, South, is it contemplated that there be con- 
structed a hotel with gaming in that location? 

MR. GRAY: No, sir, I'm sure not. 

KR. DICKERSON: Do you know the purpose of its acquisitior 

MR. GRAY: I'm sure for investment v/hich is a lot of the 
property we've acquired along the Strip as well as out past 
KcCarran Field. It's purely for inves trr.ent;. 

MR. DICKERSON; Of course, if ov/ncd by Mr. Hughes, then 
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JOSEPrI L. WARD 

United States Attorney 

300 Las Vegas Boulevard South 

Post Office Box 1750 

Las Vegas, Nevada 

Telephone: 385-6336 

LYLE L, JONES 
Antitrust Division 
Department of Justice 
450 Golden Gate Avenue - Room 16432 
Box 36046 

San Francisco, California 94102 
Telephone: 415-556-6300 



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IN THE UIJITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 
FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEVADA 



UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 



Plaintiff, 



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I nuutica i\j\jL. COHPAI'Tf. and 

I UNITED RESORT HOTELS, INC., 
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Civil No. 
Filed: 

COMPLAINT FOR 
EQUITABLE RKT.TF? 



The United States of America, plaintiff, by its 
attorneys, acting under the direction of the Attorney 
General of the United States, brings this Civil Action to 
obtain equitable relief ag'^inst the above-named defendants, 

11 and corriplains and alleges as follows: 

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I JU RISDICTION AIn D Vr.mm 

I 1, This corr^plaint is filed and this action is in- 

I stituted again.t the dc.fcndr.nts under Section 15 of the 
I Act of Congress of October 15, 1914, (15 U.S.c! §25), a-, 
janiended, conTrr.only kno'.Ti as the Clayton Act, ±n order to 
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prevent and restrain the violation by the t'cfcn<i;ir.t3 , :is 
hereinafter alleged, of Section 7 of that Act. 

2. Each defendant transacts business and is found 
within the District of Nevada. 

DEFENDANTS 

3. Hughes Tool Co., hereinafter referred to as 
"Hughes Co.," is named a defendant herein. Hughes Co, 
is a corporation organized and existing under the laws 
of the State of Delaware. It maintains offices and does 
business in Las Vegas, Nevada. 

4. United Resort Hotels, Inc., hereinafter referred 
to as "United," is named a defendant herein. United, is 

a corporation organized and existing under the laws of 
the State of Delaware. It maintains offices and does 
business in Las Vegas, Nevada. 



• TRADE AKT) COM^-IERCE 

5. Las Vegas, Nevada, is a city of 250,000 people 
whose principal industry is tourism, that is, providing 
services to tourists who visit the area. These services 
including lodging, food and beverages, entertainment, 
and gambling. Such services are essential inducements to 
tourists who travel in interstate com:nerce to Las Vegas to 
enjoy the nunerous attractions of the Las Vegas area or 

to hold conventions or group meetings there. 

6. In 1967 Las Vegas was visited^ by 15 million 
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In addition co providing the rcost important lodging 
facilities, the resort hotels feature country clubs, 
golf courses, and other forms of outdoor recreation. Other 
important tourist attractions offered by resort hotels are 
theatrical presentations, floor shows, fine restaurants^ 
and gambling, which is legal in Nevada. 

7. Las Vegas is also a well knox^n site for national 
conventions. It handles 235 conventions a year, largely 
as a result of the development of convention and banquet 
facilities in the resort hotels. There are presently 12 
hotels which can, and do handle single conventions totaling 
up to 2,500 delegates. To handle larger conventions, the 
resort hotels pool their resources to accommodate up to 
25,000 delegates, and use the facilities of the nearby 
Convention Center to hold meetings vjhich a single hotel 
cannot accommodate. 

8. The defendant Hughes Co. directly and through 
nine wholly owned subsidiaries has, for many years, been 
primarily engaged in the manufacture and sale of mining 
and oil field equipment in the United States, United 
Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Argentina, and Mexico. In a 
series of transactions, beginning in April of 1967. 
Hughes Co., in concert with its sole stockholder, Hov^ard 
Hughes, has at a total cost of $130 raillicn, acquired the 
stock and assets of the following five businesses engsged 
in providing lodging, casino facilities, entertainir.rmt 

• and other services to tourists in Las Vegas: Tlie Tessrt 
Inn, The Sands, The Frontier (all resort hotels offering 

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lofJtjing, entcrcainnent , casino facilities, and convenuion 
halls). The Ccstav;ays (a co".:biRation hotel and casino), 
and The Silver Slipper (a con^.bination theatre, restaurant 
and casino). The Desert Inn also has a country club and 
an 18 hole golf course and The Sands has land set aside 
for a golf course. 

9. Total gross income of the five acquired properties, 
exclusive of revenue from gambling, was $40 million in 
1967. With 2,000 rooms, the hotels controlled by Hughes Co. 
account for 22% of all hotel rooms and 10% of all hotel 

and motel rooms combined in the greater Las Vegas area. 

10. The defendant United, directly and through its 
subsidiaries Karit, Inc. and Lodestar Corp., owns and 
operates the Stardust, a resort hotel located in Las Vegas. 
The Stardust is a fully equipped resort hotel offering 
lodging, entertainment, casino facilities, and other 
services to tourists. It has a convention hall, a country 
club, and an 18 hole golf course. Its gross revenues, 
exclusive of gambling, v;ere $36 million in 1967. With 
1,500 rooms, the Stardust accounts for 17% of all hotel 
rooms and 7 l/27o of all hotel and motel roorr^ combined in 
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11. Hughes Co. and United are both engaged in inter- 
state coTTjnerce. tn the coarse of their operations, they 
both do a substantial amount of national advertising and 
engage in other promotional acts to induce residents of 
other states to patronize their establishments when in 
Nevada or to schedule conventions to be held at their 
establishments; both employ nationally known entertainment 
figures and arrange for them to come from outside the 
State of Nevada to appear in the defendants' establishments 
in Las Vegas; both purchase large quantities of food, 
beverages, furniture, fixtures, china, glassware, linens 
and other supplies virtually all of which are shipped 
across state lines. 

OFFENSE CHARGED 

12. The defendants, Hughes Co., and United, have 
entered into an agreement whereby Hughes Co. will, for 
the sum of $30,700,000, acquire the Stardust. Under said 
agreement, Hughes Co. will than hold the title to the- 
Stardust and Howard Hughes will personally be responsible 
for its operation. The effective date of this acquisition 
has been set for 12:00 midnight, June 30, 1968 and title 
will pass as of that time and date. 

13. The acquisition of the Stardust from defendant 
United by defendant Hughes Co. will violate Section 7 of 
the Clayton Act, in that the effect of said acquisition 
may be substantially to lessen competition or to tend to 

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(a) r.ctual and potent5.nl competition betwoon 
United and Hughes Co. in the offering of tourist 
accoaiodations and the services provided by resort 
hotels in Las Vegas v/ill be eliminated. 

(b) actual and potential competition generally 
in the offering, of tourist accomodations and the 
services provided by resort hotels in Las Vegas may 
be substantially lessened. 

(c) concentration of the o^^nership and control of 
tourist accomodations and the services offered by . 
resort hotels will be substantially increased to the 
detriment of actual and potential competition. 

14. The defendants threaten to consummate ths above 
acquisition and plaintiff believes it will be con3u.-cniated 
unless the relief hereinafter prayed for is granted. 



PRAYER 
WHEREFORE, Plaintiff prays: 

1. That a temporary restraining order and a pre- 
liminary injunction issue enjoining the defendants, their 
officers, directors, agents, employees, and all other 
persons acting on their behalf from taking any further 
action to consunrr.ate the acquisition of the Stardust by 
the defendant Kughss Co., pending final adjudication of 
the merits of this coiiiplaint. 

2. That .the proposed acqviisition of the Stard'jist 
described herein be adjudged a violation of Section 7 of 
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3. That Lhc defendant ■ Hu;-,h5S Tool Co., and all 
eiiployees, r.f,ents , iind other persons acting on its behalT 
be enjoined frcn dirctl^/ or indirectly r.cquiring th3 stock 
or assets of any other corporation engaged in the operation 
of a resort hotel or motel in the greater Las Vegas area 
without the prior approval of the Court. 

4. That plaintiff have such other and further relief 
as the Court may deem just and proper. 

5. That plaintiff recover its taxable costs. 



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Ri\MSEY CJ^RK 
Attorney General 



J/^-IES J. COYLE 



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EDWI^? M. ZIM>ER:i^N 

Acting Assistant Attorney General 



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JAMES E. FIGENSV'lAv? 

Attorneys , Department of 
Justice 



LYLE L. JONES 

Attorneys, Department of Justice 



JOSEPH L. UARO 

United States Attorney 



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JOSEPH L. WARD 

United States Attorney 

300 Las Vesas Boulevard South 

P. 0.. Box 1750 

Las Vegas , Nevada 

Telephone: 385-6336 

LYLE L. JONES 
Antitrust Division 
Department of Justice 
450 Golden Gate Avenue - Room 16432 
Box 36046 

San Francisco, California 94102 
Telephone: 415 - 556-6300 



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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 

FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEVADA 



UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 
Plaintiff, 

V. 

HUGHES TOOL. COMPANY and 
UNITED RESORT HOTELS, INC, 

Defendants . 



Civil No. 

Filed: 

MEMORANDUM IN SUPPORT OF 
THJE GOVERNMENT'S MOTIONS 
FOR PRELIMINARY INJUNC- 
TION AJSID TEMPORARY PE- 
STRAINING ORDER 



The United States of America has filed herewith a 
verified complaint and supporting affidavits charging 
that the defendants, Hughes Tool Company and United Resort 
Hotels, Inc., have in violation of Section 7 of the 
Clayton Act (15 U.S.C. § 18), entered into an agreement 
whereby Hughes Tool Company will acquire the Stardust, a 
resort hotel in Las Vegas, Neysda. The effective date of 
this acquisition has been set for June 30, 1968, at v/hich 
time title to the Stardust will pass to Hughes Tool Company. 
For the reasons set forth belov7 this acquisition threatens 
substantially to impair compecition and tends toward 
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Las Vegas. Under applicable standards the Government is ' 

entitled to preliminary relief preventing consumnation 

of the acquisition. 

I. The Government Need Only Establish 

the Reasonable Probability of 
Success on Final Hearing 

Section 15 of the Clayton Act (15 U.S.C. § 25), which 
invests the district courts vzith jurisdiction to prevent 
Clayton Act violations, empowers the District Court in 
actions by the Government, "at any time [to] make such 
temporary restraining order or prohibition as shall be 
deemed just in the premises." (Emphasis added.) This • 
statute is consistent with the procedure for issuance of 
an injunction under Rule 65 of the Federal Rules of Civil 
Procedure. Subsection (e) of Rule 65 states: "These rules 
do not modify any statute of the United States relating 
to temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions 
..." And, in the Notes of the Advisory Committee on 
Rules it is specifically stated that the procedure for 
restraining violations of Title 15 as quoted above in 
15 U.S.C. § 25 is to be continued. (28 U.S.C. A. Rule 65 (e) 
notes) . 

Irreparable injury is not part of the Government's 
burden to obtain a preliminary injunction. This is clear 
from the plain language of Section 15 which omits any 
reference to irreparable injury in contrast to Section 16 
of the Clayton Act (15 U.S.C. § 26), v.mich authorizes 
preliminary injunctions in private suits under the Clayton 
Act only upon "a showing that the danger of irreparable 
loss or damage is irrrr^ediate . " Thus, by omission of this 
language from Section 15, Congress clearly intended that 
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injunctive relief to the Government for a Clayton Act 
violation. "Courts of equity may, and frequently do, go 
much farther both to give and withhold relief in further- 
ance of the public interest than they are accustomed to 
go when only private interests are involved." Virginia R.R. 
V. System Federation No. 40 , 300 U.S. 515, 552 (1937). 
The omission of an "irreparable injury" test from 
Section 15 of the Clayton Act is a recognition of Congres- 
sional purpose in Section 7 of the Clayton Act. As stated 
by the district court in Ingers oil- Rand ; 

The Congressional pronouncement in § 7 embodies 
the irreparable injury of violation of its 
provisions . No further showing need be madie 
by those directed to enforce that section than 
that it is being violated or threatened with 
violation. Nor is it necessary to demonstrate 
the precise manner in which violation of the 
law will result in injury to the public interest. 
■ -• It is sufficient to show only that an act or 
threatened act is wi thin the declared pro - 
hibition of Congress . United States v. Insecsoll 
Rand Co . , 218 f7 Supp. 544-545 (W.D. Pa. 1963), 
aff'd, 320 F.2d 509, supra . (Emphasis added.) 

Accord , United States v. Brown Shoe Co . , Trade Reg . Rep . 

(1956 Trade Cas . ) \' 68, 244 (E.D. Mo. 1956). Other cases in 

which courts have granted preliminary injunctions are 

United States v. Pennzoil Co. , 252 F. Supp. 962 (VJ.D. Pa. 

1965), and United States v. Chrysler Corp . 232 F. Supp. 651 

(D. N.J. 1964) , 

Experience has shoim the necessity of preserving the 

status quo. Selling a large property in an atmosphere 

of divestiture is always difficult and often undesirable 

from the standpoint of creating additional antitrust 

corr.plications . In several important cases where no 

preliminary,'' injunction v:as issued it was later' in:po33ible 

to achieve effective divestiture. For example, in 

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Trade Regulation Report Number 357 (May 14, 1968) at 
A-17 (D. N.J. April 30, 1968), the district court relieved 
Aluminum Ltd. of an obligation to sell the acquired assets 
because an acceptable offer to purchase could not be found. 
The problem of divestiture is compounded in the instant 
case because of the very specialized services which the 
Stardust offers and the need for approval by the State 
Gaming Commission. Moreover, the combination of its 
services with those offered by the existing complex of 
hotels controlled by Hughes - for any length of time - is 
apt to permanently alter competition in Las Vegas. 

The three- judge expediting court in United States v. 
Crocker-Angle Nat'l Bank , 223 F. Supp. 849, 850 (N.D. Cal. 
1963) , recognized the overriding, preventative purpose of 
Section 7:- ^ - • ■ : - ■■-.-=• ;7-- 

VJe start with the premise that the govern- 
mental policy stated in the antitrust laws is 
an overriding one; that the need to preserve 
that policy obviates any further showing of 
irreparable damage; and that if there is a 
reasonable probability that the Government 
V7ill prevail on the merits we ought to pre- 
serve the status quo by an injunction. 

To summarize - the law is clearly expressed both by 
Congressional statute and judicial decisions that a prob- 
able violation of Section 7 of the Clayton Act in itself 
constitutes a prima facie case for issuance of a prelim- 
inary injunction .in order to preserve the status quo and 
give effect to the underlying purpose of the statute. 



II. The Government's Case is 
Based on Facts Which Are 
Not in Substantial Dispute 

The basic facts are matters of public knov.'ledga and 

should not present serious issues. 

In a scries of transactions beginning in April 1967, 

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Hughes Tool Company (hereinafter "Hughes") , in concert 
with its sole stockholder, Howard Hughes, moved into Las 
Vegas by acquiring the stock and assets of the following 
important operations in the area located along South Las 
Vegas Boulevard between Sahara and Harmon Avenue (conmonly 
known as the Strip): The Desert Inn, The Sands, The 
Frontier (all resort hotels offering lodging, entertainment, 
casino facilities, and convention halls). The Castaways 
(a combination hotel and casino), and The Silver Slipper 
(a combination theatre, restaurant and casino). Hughes 
has also acquired additional properties in the same vicinity, 
notably the Sand Dunes Motel, the Catalina and Fairways 
apartments, the Coffman Estate, and the Kattelman property. 
Government exhibits 6,7,8 and 9, reproduced in the appendix 
attached to. this^-memorandum,^ are maps showing these succes- 
sive acquisitions by Hughes. 

Under the agreement challenged by the Goveminent's 
com.plaint, Hughes would acquire the Stardust, the largest 
resort hotel in Las Vegas, on June 30, 1968. Government 
exhibit 10 attached to this memorandum shows the Stardust 
in reference to the other acquired property in the upper 
Strip area. 

Hughes has also acquired 100 or more acres in the 
area along Las Vegas Boulevard between Harmon Avenue and 
McCarran Field. ' Moreover, Hughes proposes to acquire 
McCarran Field. (See Govemrri.snt exhibit 11.) 

By virtue of acquisitions to date, Hughes has become 
the leading, if not the dominant factor, in the economy 
of the Las Vegas area. ■ This is true in terms of greater 
Las Vegas, including all of Clark County, in tern'.s of that 
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Moreover, the position thus far attained by Hughes extends 
across the broad economic spectrum described as the tourist 
and convention industry and constituting the principal 
business of Las Vegas. 

Resort hotels, particularly those located on the 
Strip are the key to the tourist and convention trade in 
Las Vegas. Hughes has moved strongly into this resort 
hotel field. By acquiring the Sands, Frontier, Desert Inn 
and Castaways, Hughes controls the sixth, eighth, tt^elfth, 
and fourteenth largest resort hotels on the Strip vixth a 
total of about 2,000 rooms representing 20% of all resort 
hotel accommodations on the Strip. The pending acquisition 
of the Stardust, the largest hotel on the Strip, __1/ will 
give Hughes an additional 1460 rooms or 15 . 5% bringing 
the grand total to 3500 rooms and 35% of the total resort 
hotel market on the Strip. 

Hughes has also acquired a leading position in the 
individual services offered by the resort hotels. (See 
Government exhibits 1 and 2.) Gaming is an important 
element of the resort hotel operation and in the economy 
of Las Vegas. Hughes presently controls 217= of all gaming 
in the greater Las Vegas area consisting of all of Clark 
County, and the addition of the Stardust will add 7% 
of all gaming in. Clark County. In terms of all roons 
available, including motel accommodations, Hughes will, 
with the addition of the Stardust, have 22%, of all rooms 
on the Las Vegas Strip and 17-l/27o of all rooms in the 
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1 / The Stardust represents itself as the "World's Largest 
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three of the twelve resort- hotels with convention faciliti< 
and the addition of the Stardust will add the leading 
convention facility in Las Vegas. By any standard, Hughes 
has become a leading entity in the over-all economy of 
Las Vegas and the acquisition of the Stardust will 
significantly increase this economic power. 

The defendant is also in a position to maintain and 
improve its position of dominance over Las Vegas. Hughes 
has announced an expansion program for the Sands which 
will result in an additional 4,000 rooms and bring Hughes' 
total ownership of resort hotel accommodations to 7,500 
rooms. (See government exhibit 3.) By acquiring the 
Coffman Estate and the Kattelman property, Hughes controls 
the last two remaining building locations for resort 
hotels in the main area of the Strip, north of Harmon 
Avenue. The defendant has also acquired substantial 
acreage in the area south of Harmon Avenue and is in a 
position to play a leading role in future development in 
the area. If successful in obtaining McCarran Field, 
Hughes will also be in a position to control further 
development along Las Vegas Boulevard south of McCarran 
Field. 

Thus, in a period since April 1967, Hughes has, by 
virtue of a series of acquisitions, become a dominant 
force in the economic development of Las Vegas. The 
proposed acquisition of the Stardust would perpetuate 
and enhance this position. 



III. The GcvemmenC Has Established a 

Pvcasonable Probability That it Will 
Prevail on the Merits 

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max substantially lessen competition or tend to create a 
monopoly in a line of commerce, in a section of the country. 
In a motion for preliminary injunction the Government need 
only show that there is a reasonable probability that it 
V7ill succeed on the merits. Here we believe that we have 
far exceeded our burden and the clear facts establish a ■ 
very strong prima f^cie case that the pending acquisition 
of the Stardust cannot be reconciled with Section 7 of the 
Clayton Act. 

^- Line of Commerce and Section of the Country 

Establishing the line of commerce and section of the 
country would, of course, be the first issue in a trial 
on the merits. In a preliminary injunction proceeding it 
is enough if the court finds that certain markets mai^ 
constitute lines of coiranerce and sections of the country. -' 
^^"^' ^" United States v. Aluminum Co. of America . Trade 
Re-^_Re£. (1962 Trade Cas.) '^70,419 at 76,689 (E.D. Mo. 1962)] 
the court specifically rejected the contention that a 
dispute as to the appropriate lines of commerce precluded 
a preliminary injunction: "These are complex questions 
which require future and more deliberative study after a 
full presentation of facts, but at this juncture it is 
cleair-eo this court that a preliminary^ injunction should 
issue to protect this court's ability to decree effective 
relief should this merger be proscribed." And, in United 
States V. In^ersoll-Rand Co . . 218 F. Supp. 530, 547 
(W.D. Pa. 1963), the court stated: "The plaintiff's 
j burden here is merely to show that the product lines may ' 
ultimately be found to be lines of corrmerca." 

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25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 



obvious line of commerce. _2/ Such hotels are recognized 
in the trade and play an important role in. the local 
economy. They have their o\m trade association, perform 
a distinctive function and offer a cluster of services 
(lodging, food and beverages, convention facilities, 
entertainment, gaming, etc.) which is' "meaningful in terms 
of trade realities"." United States v. Philadelphia Nat ' 1 
Bank , 374 U.S. 321, (1963). 

Moreover, the statute refers to any line of cornmerce 
and it is now clear that within a product market there may 
be submarkets which in themselves constitute lines of 
commerce. BroVm Shoe Co . v. United States , 370 U.S. 294, 
325 (1962). In this case we believe that many of the 
individual functions (i.e. offering of rooms, gaining, con- 
vention facilities, food and beverages, etc.) also consti- 
tute sub-lines of commerce when considered separately. 

We also submit that Las Vegas is a relevant section 
of the country for assessing the anticompetitive aspects 
of this acquisition. In United States v. Pabst Brewing Co. , 
384 U.S. 546 (1966), the Supreme Court made emphatically 
clear that the requisite "section of the country" is any 
geographic area, however large or small, where the com- 
petitive impact occurs. In the instant case the services 
offered by resort hotels in Las Vegas constitute an appro- 
priate universe in which to measure the effects of the 
acquisition. Moreover, as with line of commerce "so m.ay 



2 / The facts in -tTiis case are analogus Co those in a number 
of recent cases which have defined relevant markets in terms 
of a cluster of services; i.e., "central station" fire and 
burglar alarm systems in United States v. Grinnell Corp. , • 
384 U.S. 563, 571-75 (1966; , and "corrmercial banking" in 
United States v. Philadelphia Nac'l Bank , 374 U.S. 321, 
356-57 (1963). 



39-340 O - 74 - 25 



12808 



a geographic submarket be considered the appropriate 
'section of the country'". Bro'^-m Shoe Co . v. United States , 
supra y 370 U.S. at 336. V/e suggest that the Las Vegas 
Strip is a relevant submarket. 

B . Probable Anticompetitive Effects 

This is a simple horizontal merger bet^^7een firms which 
engage in the sale of "comparable goods or services." 
Bro^-m Shoe , supra , 334. Such combinations result in a 
probable lessening of competition by uniting former com- 
petitors; they tend toxi/ard monopoly by increasing the level 
of concentration. In such horizontal cases the share of 
the market controlled by the combination is generally 
decisive and we believe that the market shares here involved 
should be conclusive in the hearing on the merits. Certainly 
the market shares establish a reasonable probability that 
the government will meet its ultimate burden both as to the 
lessening of competition and tendency to monopoly. 

As a result of this acquisition, Hughes will control 
3,500 rooms representing 35% of all resort hotel rooms and 
17-l/27o of all hotel and motel rooms combined in Las Vegas. 
Hughes will also control one- third of the convention hotel 
facilities and 28% of the total gaming revenues in Clark 
County. Such market shares are well in excess of those in 
the landmark horizontal cases 3 / such as Brovm Shoe , supra , 
where the Supreme Court condemned a merger of retail shoe 
outlets representing 5% of the market in cities of 10,000 



3 / They are also well in excess of the market shares in 
the guidelines for horizontal mergers recently announced 
by the Department of Justice. 



10 



12809 

or more; United S^-at:es v. Von's Grocery-Co . , 384 U.S. 270 
(1966) , which involved the merger of tx-;o grocery chains 
accounting for about 7 . 5% of the Los Argeles Metropolitan 
Area; United States v. Pabst-Blatz , supra , which united 
•two brewing companies involving 4.5% of the national market. 
Indeed, the market shares here involved bring to mind the 
presumptive test of illegality announced by the Supreme 
Court in United States v, Philadelphia Nat'l Bank , 374 U.S. 
321, 364-65 (1963) : "Without attempting to specify the 
smallest market share which would still be considered to 
threaten undue concentration, we are clear that 30% presents 
that threat." 

The pending acquisition also threatens undue concen- 
tration in another way. The 1950 amendment to Section 7 
was designed "to permit intervention in ... a cumulative 
process", H.R. Rep. 1191, 81st Cong., 1st Sess. 8 (1949). 
The Supreme Court has been consistent in endeavoring to 
enforce this Congressional command to "preserve competition 
among many small businesses by arresting a trend tovrard 
concentration in its incipiency before that trend developed 
to the point that a market was left in the grip of a few 
big companies." United States v. Von's Grocery Co ., supra 
at page 277. Where concentration is gaining momentum in a 
market, the Supreme Court warns that "we must be alert to 
carry out Congress' intent to protect competition against 
ever increasing concentration through mergers." Ibid. 

Here, in a series of acquisitions, Hughes has 
systematically extended its grip over a vital area of the 
Las Vegas economy in a way that is obviously "not the 
product of accident but . . , rather the result of 



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12810 



deliberate policies" BrouTn Shoe , supra , .at 332. 4 / 
Other business . entities such' as Del V/ebb , Kerkorion and 
Parvin-Dohnr.an have interests in tvzo or more resort hotels. 
Additional acquisition activity is also reported. Under 
these circumstances, if this acquisition is approved, 
"we might be required to approve future merger efforts by 
. . . competitors seeking similar market shares" Brown 
Shoe , supra , at 344. Thus, Hughes and its competitors 
would have a "green light" to make acquisitions until one 
or a few companies totally controlled the economic existence. 
of the two hundred fifty thousand (250,000) citizens of 
greater Las Vegas. "in the light of the trends in this 
industry ..." this is the appropriate place at which to 
call a halt. Id, at 346. - 



- ^ IV. - The Government is Willing to go 

to Trial at a Very Early Date ' - 

It might also be appropriate to comment on the poss- 
ible time schedule so the Court can estimate the duration 
of the temporary relief. 

As indicated, this is a simple horizontal merger. 
The statistical material is easily obtainable and should 
be readily stipulated. The only foreseeable discovery 
V70uld be one or two limited depositions of officials 
of Hughes. In view of these considerations, the Govern- 
ment would be willing to commit itself to a full trial 
on the merits on very shoi-t notice at any time which 
meets the convenience of the Court and the defendants. 



_4/ Government exhibits 6-10 seem, strongly reminiscpnt 
or the board in the old parlor game called "Monopoly"' 
and Hughes appears to be playing a well planned and 
winning <^ame. 



12 



12811 

V. Conclusion 

For the reasons stated, we respectfully request 
the Court to issue appropriate preliminary orders to 
preserve the status quo until such time as there can 
be a trial on the merits. 



Dated: 



1968, 







\Vi-,, 



i- 



.^J JAMES E. FIGENSHAW 

Attorneys, Department of Justice 



12812 



. — _ DUNES EXHIBIT 10 

5. Market Uif.hly Concencrated . In a market In which the 
shares of the four largest firms acoount to approximately 757. or 
more, the Departtnent will ordinarily challenge mergers between 
finas accounting for, approximately, the following percentages 
of the market: . . - 

Acquirlnj^ Firm Acquired Firm 



101 

15Z or' icore 



AZ or laore 
IZ or Eore 
IZ or more 



iich ^\ 



(Percentages not chown in the above table should be interpolated 
proportionately to the percentages that are ahown.) 

6. Market Lass HlVnly Concentrated . la a aarket in wh 
the aharea of the tour largest flras assount to less than approxi 
isately 75Z, the Departcent vill ordinarily challenge eergers 
betvecn firca accounting for, approxixataiy, the following percent- ~:=T 
ages of the market: • 

. ". Acqutrlns; Fira Acquired Flrta 



5Z 

10% 
157. 
207. 
25.7. or core 



5Z or nors 
4Z cr mere 
3Z or more 
2Z or more 
IZ or core 



u 



(percentages not shown in the above table should be interpolated 
proportionately to the percentages Chat are shown.) 

7. Harket With Trend Toward Concentratlori . The Departcent 
Applies an additional, stricter standard in determining vhether 
to challenge ir£rgera occurring in any nvarket, not wholly 



12813 



DUNES EXHIBIT 11 

(b) a merger involving a substantial firm and a firm which, 
despite an insubstantial market share, possesses an unusual 
conpetltive potential or has an asset that confers an unusual 
ccupecitive advantage (for example, the acquisition by a lead- 
ing firn of a newcomer having a patent on a significantly 
iisiproved product or production process) . . 
There cay also be certain horizontal mergers betveen makers of 
diatincc products regarded as in the sar&e tine of conanerce for 
reasons expressed in Paragraph 3(1) where soma modification in 
the mininua market shares subject to challenge may be appropriate 
to reflect the isjperfect sufastltutability of the tvo products. 

9. railing Coesanv . A merger vhich the Department would 
otherwise challenge will ordinarily not be challenged if (i) the - 
resources of one of the merging firms are so depleted and its 
prospects for rehabilitation so remote that the firm faces the 
clear probability of a business failure, and (ti) good faith 
efforts by the failing firm have failed to elicit a reasonable 
offer of acquisition more consistent with the purposes of Section 

7 by a firm which intends to keep the failing firm in the market. 

► ■■•■• 
The Departtr-snt regards as failing only those firms with no 

reasonable prospect of remaining viable; it does not regard a 

firm as failing merely because the firn has been unprofitable 

for a period of tice, has lost market position or failed to 

loaintain its co^rpetitive position in soce other respect, has 



11 



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12814 I 



poor management, or has not fully explored the possibility o£ 
overcocaing its difficulties through self-help. 

In determining the applicability of the above standard to 
the acquisition of a failing division of a multi-rrvarket company, 
such factors as the difficulty in assessing the viability of a 
portion of a company, the possibility of arbitrary accounting 
practices, and the likelihood that an otherwise healthy company 
can rehabilitate one of its parts, will lead the Department to 
apply this standard only in the clearest of circumstances. 

10. Econcnies. Unless there are exceotional circumstances. 



the Department will not accept as a justification, for an acquisi- 
tion norraally subject to challenge under its horizontal merger 
standards the claim that the merger will produce econcraies 
( i.e. , ir.provsments in efficiency) because, among other rieasons, 
(i) the Department's adherence to the standards will usually 
result in no challenge being made to mergers of the kind most 
likely to involve coiripanies operating significantly below the 
size necessary to achieve significant econcraies of scale; 
(ii) where substantial ^economies are potentially available to a 
firm, they can normally be realized through incernal expansion; 
and (iii) there usually are severe difficulties in accurately 
establishing the existence and magnitude of econorr.ies claimed 
for a raerser. 



12 



12815 



DUNES EXHIBIT 12 



Chapler 1 — Deparfmenf of JusHce 



§ 50.6 



:;e United Stcites to notify thyS 
..••cor only ucoa the demand jir 
liia an-er,ted foreisn nationid. 

'.-.iv hand, soma of the treaties 
-.•lyin^ the consul of tha ^r- 

.■•••.'i.^n national whether or^not 

•jd person requests suda nocifi- 

. tnerj' case In which a foreiga 

.i arrested the arrestlas/oHicer 

..im the foreign natiocial thaS 

: will be advised of his arrest 

uuC'S not wish such rmtLScatioa 

<ni. If the foreign national does 

. :o have his consul notiSed, the 

o.Ticer shall also/inforia him 

:e -i'.ent there is a treaty in force 

i"::e LTnited Stats^and his coun- 

;'. requires such noti&cation, his 

lus: be notified regardless of his 

..d, if such is the case, he will 

:'d of \ such notLacatioja by the 

.:ney.\ / 

1 nil cases (including those where 

•sn nacionaliias- stated- that he^ 

\rioh his coasui to be notified) 

. cuice pi, the Federal Bureau of 

•;ioa or\ the local Marshal's 

the case rnay be. shall inform 

•3t U.S. Attorney of the arrest 

.•••3 arrested person's wishes re- 

j-i'.sular r'otification. 

*.? U.S. Attorney shall then no- 

.-.propriate consul except where 

-on ir-i6rm2d that the foreign 

•Joei r.ob diisire such notifica- 

. * n-.arte. Honevcr, if there is a 

•; islon in e5^ect which requires 

L'M of/ccnsal, v/lthout reference 

.T.d or request of the arrested 

. the consul shall be notified 

•.-• r.r.-estpd person has asked that 

■J3 r.otiiied. In such case, the 

.".ney shall advise the forei.ejn 

•.;^Ac his consul has been notified 

:r. him that noflacaticn was 

■ because of the treaty obliga- 

••■' procedu»-e prescribed by this 

' ;;haU noc ;;;5p'.y to cxsej in- 

:c.-t^ n'.ad'i) by the Inimii'rnMon 

': U^:;iiiou Service inlndminis- 

/L'vlsion or cxclu.-^ion proceed- 

:• that Service has heretofore 

■1 prcccduri^s for the direct 

"I of the appropriate co.nsular 

■y. f--.;cU a-rcst: With "respect 

. ..iC.'.-i by tl;e Service forH'io'.a- 

■':■:•• or;:n:r.al provir.ions of the 

•>r. lav.-v. the U.S. rvr.ir5hal, 

-•••?ry of ."he foreign national 

\..:>:ody, shoil b3 responsible fer 



iiii'! 1 1"'' I [' I'l i' I "irnny n' ^Y,z arrest 
in Hi - » j 3 i- e:sn cg"WrcUnumFJrg(rparagraph 
^. nf i Wio Diatu r r.en t. 

"^ 1 "■' r. I ' l H i, ^ ■_ •"'---; 

§ 50.6 Antitrust Dlvijioii business re- 
view procedure. 

Although the Department of Justice 
is not authorized to give advisory opin- 
ions to private parties, for several dec- 
ades the Antitrust Division has been will- 
ing in certain circumstances to review 
proposed business conduct and state Its 
enforcement intentions.' This originated 
with a "railroad release" procedure im- 
der which the Division would forego the 
Initiation of criminal antitrust proceed- 
ings. The procedure was subsequently 
expanded to encompass a "merger clear- 
ance"' procedure under which the Divi- 
sion would state its present enforcement 
intention with respect to a merger or 
acquisition; and the Department issued 
a written;, statements entitled "Business- 
Review Procedure." Thiisis a revision of' 
that statement: ■ 

1. A request for a business review letter 
muse be submitted la writing to the Assistant 
Attorney General, Antitrust Division, De- 
partment of Justice. Washington, D.C. 20530. 

2. The DlvLsioa will consider only requests 
wlcJa respect to proposed business conduct, 
which may involve either domestic or for- 
eign commerce. 

3. A bioslness review letter shall have no 
application to any party wMch does not; 
Join In the request therefor. 

4. The request.-ig parties are under an 
afarmatlve obligation to maka full and troe 
disclosure with respect to the business con- 
duct for which r?\iew is requested. Each 
request must be accompanied by all rele- 
vant data Including bacicground' Inio.-ma- 
tion, complete copies of all operative docu- 
ments and detailed staliements of all col- 
lateral oral understandings. If any. AU 
parties requesting the review letter must 
provide thu Division with whatever addl- 
tlouat inicr.m.-'.tion cr documents the Division 
may tU;;reafter request In order to review the 
matter. In rcnnect'.on with any request for 
review the Dtvi.^lon wlU also conduct v,hat- 
ever indepenclunt Investlsatlon It believes Iz 
appropriate'. 

5. No oral clearance. r.>!:\-.,-e or other state- 
ment purporting to bind the enforcement 
discretion of the Division may be given. 
The requesting party may rely upon only a 
writtcu business rovlew letter signed by the 
Atoornpy General, Deputy Atto.-ney General, 
or A.v-.isc.int Attorney General in charge of 
the Antitrust Division. 

6. If the business conduct for v.hlch re- 
view t.-; requf»sted Is subject to approval by a 
regulato.-y agency, a re/iev/ request will ba 






IGO 



12816 



sj.-, 



Title 2o — Judicial AdminisfrcJion 



obtaU-.':^ ic 






c.lrcu::^.- 

cJ-.- th) 
tn.keu "; 
th-; l-.^:'. 

from ti 



. ••?,-)•. t:- :h<; ca3e o.' bir.':i. rtierg-Ti 
ti.) -.vhert; It nppe.iri Miat c<- 
.■! u;ia«.'ces;ary btirci-;ns lal-^'.it 
i-nrx.jcd on the pn.rtf or n.\rt!c3 
■i:V4fw. However, any business 
1' luoci la tlicje as In duv ether 
^ v.iH stcite only the Depart- 
.it cnrorcfrr.er.t Int-^iitlnt; > tia- 
rii-t 1.1 :vs. It shall In ao v/ay bo 
,-: iV the Departmeat's vlow3 on 
.\r.: u.i! Issues that niay be rallied 
,'i:latory p.gency. or ia «n appeal 
lilar.ory agency's declaloa. In 
thi: Issuance of such a letter Is 



r-.' 



no', t-> bo renresentecl to ineaa that the 
Divii'jn b-^Mevo> that there are no aallccna- 
pir'.-.ive c(;n:;cqueEic23 v/arraatlag cgeacy 
ccci-.tiorat'.oa. 

7. Ai:or ro'/low of a request submitted 
ho-eun.'Ier the Dlvlsloa may: state Its present 
eaforcer.ient Intentloa wttb respect *to the 
proposed business conduct; decline to pass 
on the request; or take such other posltloa 
cf action as It considers appropriate. Ordi- 
narily, however, the Division -will state a 
present Intsntlon not to bring o civil action 
onlr v.-ltn respect to mergers, acquisitions or 
similar arrangesieats. 

6. A business review letter states only the 
en.•orce.'n9.^t intenttcu of the Division as 
of the date o( the letter, and the Division 
remains completely free to bring whatever 
action or proceeding It subsequently comes 
to believe is required by the public interest. 
As to a stated present intention not to bring 
an action, however, the Division has never 
exerclssd Its right to bring a criminal action 
vrhere there has been full and trua disclosure 
at the tl:zie of presenting the request. 

9. Any requesting party may withdraw a 
request for review at any time. The Division 
remains free, however, to submit such com- 
ments to such requesting party as it deems 
appropriate. Failure to take action after re- 
ceipt of documents or information whether 
submlttsd pursuant to this . procedure or 
othervris*. does not In any way limit or estop 
th2 Di-v-lston from taking such action at 
such tim.i thereafter as It desmj aoproprlate. 
The Division reserves the right to retain doc- 
uments submitted to it \inder this procedure 
or oV.'.erTrlse and to use them for all purposes, 
of ant;tn;3t eaforcement. 
[.:\iitl trust Div. Dlr, No. 2-63. 33 PJl. 2442, 
Feb. 1,. 19381 

//\!NiST!?.^TJOM 0?-ScCTrON' 5 OF 
TH£ VOTING RIGHTS ACT OF 1965 

lii^a port- A— Genera LProylsions 



Sec. 
51.1 
51.2 
51.3 
51.4 



Pi'.rp.^se, .~-^ 

D-Tlni-rions. -"'' ^,.-- 

C^.-r-pitratlonof time. 
Re.-l".r;me.it of action focdertar'S'Eory 
'v,^J..:rtqrr'.ient.or.submii<j!on to Attorney 
Cenrral. -^ 



\ 

Sec. 
.'".I o 
.'il.G 
51.7 
51.3 
51.9 
51.10 
51.11 



Subparl 2 Pfoccdofc: for jjbrnisslon to th- 

Allorns/ Coneral 



/ 



Forn\ of :;'.ibmlj:;lor.-. 
Tunc of sub:ni .;lr>n;. 
I'rcmutiire i.uij.'uissi'jns ret'irnocl.-' 
Party respon.;i))io for submSlting. 
Acl:lro,;s for sub.-Mi ■.ilop.j. 
Co:Uc-a>3 of ;iu!),'U' ■.-.io:.;;. / 

ncfiuo.-.t for nutificiition cOnc^rnln^ 
votln-niirjatlo:!. 



/ 



51.14 
51.15 



51.17 

si.ia 

S1.19 



iro 



Subpart C — Communications From Individuals or 
Croups / 

51.12 Coiv.mualcatlons coacernlng votln" 

chungos. / 

51.13 Estabiiihment and maintenance of 

registry of Interested individuals 
and groups. 

Coraniunlcatloas concerning votln" 
.suits. / 

Action on communications from in- 
dividuals or groups. 

Subport D Processing of Su"omission$ 

51.16 Notice to registrants concerning sub- 
mission. 

Return of inappropriate submissions. 

Obtaining Information regarding sub- 
missions. 

Standard for / decision concerning 
submissions^ 

51.20 NotiacatloQ o^ decision not to object 

51.21 Notification of decision to object 

51.22 Expedited consideration. 

51.23 Reconsideration on request. 

51.24 Decision after reconsideration, 

51.25 Withdrawal of objection. 

61.26 Records concerning submissions, 

Subport E — Pettfion To Chang* Procedures 

51.27 Petitioning party. '\ 
51.23 Form of petition. \ 
51.29 Disposition of petition. 

ATjTHORrrsr: The provisions of this Part 51 
- issued under sec. 5, 84 Stat. 315; 5 TJS C 301 
28 U.S.C. 509; 510, 42 U.S.C. 1973c. 

SomiCE: The provisions of this Part 51 con- 
tained in Order 487-71. 36 FJl. faiSS, Sept 10 
1971. unless otherwise noted. \ 

Subpart A — General Provisions 
§51.1 Purpose, \ 

Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act of 
1965, 42 U.S.C. 1973c, prohibits the en- 
forcement in any jurisdiction covered by 
section 4(a) of the Act, 42 U.3.C. 1973b, 
of any voting qualification or prerequi- 
site to voting, or standard, practice, or 
procedure with respect to voting \dif- 
• ferent from that in force or effecb on 
the date used to determine coverage, un- 
til the authority proposing enforcement 
either (1) obtains from the U.S. Dis- 
trict Court for the District of Columbia 



12817 



[r^Tiloo "•■ DUNES EXHIBIT 13 

Sr.nl'rar.ciGco 50-273-037 vTZS-rope/lp 

Cl'.rono 

Sheldon P. Sar^dlsr, i-sq. 

Achtcnberg, 5-^ir.dler 6 i-alkin •. . 

ICanaas City, I'iaso^iri 

Dear Hr, Saauior: 

* This is in further r-^r^cnsc to ths joints 
, reqvie3t: of Hu^hss Tool Ccsnaay and Plaza'Tcwsr^ 
I ; Ir»c,, for a statcssnt oc car present er.forca- 

acquiaiticn oy liughes Tool Caz^aay o£ tha assets 
of Tlzzst TcT'jsr, Inc>, ii-iclvidin'::; tha Landr^rlc, a 
stT'^cturc suitable for operaticn as a hotel and 
casino, 

Cn December 20, 1963, vs advised that it: 
appeared tlxat the proncr.ed ccrraisiticr; '.rc-ild 
vioiiico Section 7 of tha Clsytcn Act vinless 
such ac-Tiiisitica- fell Xvithin tha '^zailxzi'^ 
c-oinpeny" exception to thnt Act. Since it appeared 
at that tiiae that there were concerns , other 

. than ilu?;hc3, who nirjht- be pr:?o2red to lanka a v- ' 
reasonable offer to ncmixe tho assets of Plasa 
Tovar, Inc., v?e wera «jr<abls to ccncluda that 
Plcsa ToT3Gr h.id eshacssted all tseans zo elicit a 

. rscscnabls offer of acquisition by a concern 
t-;hcsc ovners'itip of tho L::ndEinrk •^^ould te cuDra 
ccnsisizcnt ■with the purposes of Section 7 than that 
of Kughos. 

On ttjs bnsia of thz nnbsaq'urir.t reprosentntiona 
end the copies of correct;ondonca end other T/rittcn 
E^terials sac.::::it:tcd rovcjiir:"; tli^t iu"£r::::r efforts 
radc by Piacn Xc-v/er in c.n Oi^brt to elicit a 
rcancnablc offsr of ac:qv,i.oiticn proved «:a3ucc€:ssful, 
you arc hereby cdvissd thnt th'? iPopnrtmsnt of 
JiJSticG does not prccmtly Intend to tnka sction 
tJith respect to tha prcrpczsd acquisition. 




12818 

Your cooperation in presenting this Datter 
to us xs appreciated. - 

Glacaraiy yours. 



ROB-RT A. i:a::mgmd, iit 

Deputy Aosistant AttornGy General 
Aiitx trust Division 



Szr:^ Icttar sent to: 

Richard Gray, Esa. 

Andres, ^Kijrph^ cinpbell & Jones 

xw.inty r'i::l:h ilcor. liu^able Luildina 

Houston, Taaas 7/G02 



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12821 

DUNES EXHIBIT 15 Pci"c 1 

I 

M r> Mitche ll - 'I Friday, Janv.ary 23 , 1970 

^ 

8:30 Breakfast in Senate Minority Leader's office 

with Sen. Scott re: Voting Rights 

10:00 Attended National Security Council Meeting 

at White House 

1:10 Attended staff lunch 

1:35 SAW Johnnie Walters 

1:40 SAW Mr. Kleindienst and Don Santarelli 



2:15 Meeting here with House District Committee: ' 

■ Cong. McMillaa, Cong. Abernethy , Cong . 
Nelson, Chief of Police Wilson, Judges 
Hood, Curran and Greene, U.S. Atty. Flannery , 
Messrs. Santarelli , Kleindienst and Ehrlichman 

3:25 SAW Messrs. Ehrlichman, Krog h and Kleindienst 

3:45 - SAV/ Richard Danner . ■ -. 

4:00 SAW Johnnie Walters and Mr. Kleindienst 

4:33 SAW Gov. Tom Dewey ' • 

5:05 -Ret. Mr. Nofziger's call & t. 

5:15 Ret. Mr. Kleindienst's call & t. 

5:20 Called Harlington Wood 'XXaX&^ t. 

5:25 SAW Mr. Wilson 



5:50 SAY/ Jack Landau 



6:00 SAW Mr. Kleindienst 



6:10 SAV/ Mr. Rehnguist 



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.2:30 SAW Paul Shervvin aad Jim Allisoa 

2:50 Bob Mardian ret, call &: t. 

3:00 SAW E lmer Lower and Mr. Rubensteia of ABC 
with Jack Landau 

3:50 Ret. Chief Justice's call & t. 

^'^^ Sen. Gurney called & t. 

4:15 SAW Dick Daaaer 

5:09 SAW Mr. Kleindienst 

5:10 Ret. Bob Mardian' s call & t. 
5:25 Sen. Gurney called &: t. . 

5:58 Ret. Jack Landau's call & t.,,. 

6:02 : Called Bill Re h'nquist & t.:::;-.o- v- 
6:20 Left office 

: ^ -iw^rAJitend dinner_by Vice Pres. and Mrs. Agnew. • 
for the Governors af State Department, John 
Quincy Adams Room (Mr. &Mrs.) 



12825 

DUNES EXHIBIT 18 



Fcbrv-r.ry 27, 1970 



Mr. Pwobcrt A, Maheu 
Hu^I-es-Kcvzida OpGro-tions 
FrontLor Hotel 

3123 Lts Vcga-s Eoulevcrd Sciith 
Las Vegas, Nevada S9109 

Re: Dunes 
Dear Zob: 

""'""'"■" '"Znciosad are the data' which I prepared and gave Dick 
for his conference. 

I felt that you should have a copy of it in your file. 

Eost, 

Edward P. Morgan 
Enclosure 




12826 



GUESTROOM AVAILABILITIES SUPPORTING TOURISM 
IN THE STATE OF NEVADA 



Tourism in the State of Nevada, in terms of guestroom availabili- 
i/ 2/ 

ties, is largely supported by the Las Vegas area in the south and. the 

Reno area in the north. A total of 34, 786 guestrooms are located in 
these two area: -- 24,285, in the Las Vegas area and 10,501 in the Reno 
area. 

Cjuestrooms in hotels operated by Hughes Tool Company (through 
its Hughes -Nevada Operations) total 2,416, representing 7% of the guest- 
rooms available in the Las Vegas-Reno areas and 10% of such availabilities 
in the I^as Vegas area. 



1. -Guestroom, availabilitie's are located in establishments distinguished 
-"■-locally in Nevada as "^hotels" and "motels". ' Unlike the conventional ^ 

distinction between a hotel and a motel, the two are distinguished in 
the State of Nevada largely by reference to whether the establishment 
does or does not have a casino as such. A high percentage of the so- 
- called motels in Nevada have all of the support facilities for tourists 
possessed by a conventional hotel elsewhere. A total of 22 hotels in 
the Las Vegas area have casinos. These hotels represent 12,858 
guestrooms in being and an additional 1,681 rooms either projected - 
or in the process of completion. 

2. The Las Vegas area comprises Clark County, Nevada. 

3. The Reno area comprises Washoe Coxinty, Nevada (including the Reno, 
Sparks, and Lake Tahoe areas). It does not include an additional 1, 140 
guestrooms located in the Lake Tahoe area in Douglas County. 



12827 



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The Danes Hotel, with its 836 guestrooms, represents Z. 5% and 
3.6%, respectively, of the guestrooms available in the Las Vegas-Reno 
areas and the Las Vegas area. 

An acquisition of the Dunes Hotel by Hughes Tool Company would 
result in the latter' s owning 9. 5% and 13. 6%, respectively, of the 
guestroom availabilities in the two areas. 

Neither the Las Vegas area nor the combined Las Vegas -Reno 
. area is a "highly concentrated" market inasmuch as the four largest 
operators of guestrooms do not have a 75%, or greater, share of the 
market. In consequence thereof, acquisition of the Dunes Hotel by Hughes 
Tool Company, resulting in the latter' s percentage ownership of guestrooms 
in the Las Vegas area alone going from 10% to 13.6% would not violate the 
"Merger Guidelines" released by the Department of Justice on May 30, 1968. 



4. In terms of guestroom availabilities in the combined Las Vegas-Reno 
areas, thes§ percentages would be 7% and 9.5%, respectively, .incident 
to acquisition of the Dunes Hotel by Hughes Tool Company. ' . . ... 



12828 



CLARK COUNTY HOTELS 
WITH CASINOS 

I^rotcl ^ Rooms 

Aladdin 331 

Bonanza 1^0 

Caesars Palace ' 680 (200 rooms in process; 

occupy during 1970) 

Castaways 231 

Desert Inn 450 

Dunes 886 

El Cortez 103 

Flamingo ' 770 

Four Queens 112 

.Fremont 451 . 

Frontier. ~" =" ' ~- '.:^: ' : ->. -" 543 -■."•;-—. --^-r. - 

Hacienda , 538 ' 

International . ' 1,519 (plus additional 1, 481 

rooms) 

Landtnark 476 

Mint 300 

Riviera 848 

Sahara 997 

Sands . 716 - 

Showboat . - 197 

Stardust 1,461 

Thunderbird 525 

Tropicana 564 

Total: 12,85 8 

Total (as projected): 14,539 



12829 



SOUTMCRN NEVADA 



Tclal hotel rooms iu Clark County 

(Exclusive of current addition of 200 rooms 
to Caesars Palace and projection of addi- 
tional rooms at International) 

Total motel rooms in Clark County - 
Total hotel and motel rooms in Clark County 

NORTHERN NEVADA 
Total hotel rooms, Reno 
Total motel rooms, Reno 



12,858 



Total hotel andmotel rooms. Sparks 

Total hotel and motel rooms. Lake Tahoe 
Northshore 

Total Washoe County hotel and motel rooms 
(exclusive of Reno, Sparks,- and - 
Northshore) 



2,142 
4,293 
1,670 

450 
1,946 



Total: 
Total hotel and motel rooms Clark and Washoe Counties: 



11,427 
24,285 



10,501 
34,786 



12830 

HUGHES (Nevada Operations) 



Hotel 
Castaways 
Desert Inn 
Frontier 
Landmark 
Sands 



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Hughes percentage of existing Clark County hotel rooms 

Hughes percentage of existing Clark County hotel and 
motel rooms 

Hughes percentage of existing hotel ahdmotel rooms 
(North and South Nevada) 



Dunes Hotel (percentage total Clark County hotel rooms) 

Dunes Hotel (percentage total Clark County hotel and 
motel rooms) 

Dunes Hotel (percentage hotel and motel rooms. Northern 
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DUNES EXHIBIT 19 



, mjGnE^ HOTi.:L". ct^ari: county, i^svada 

C Roora.': " •' 

TOTAL C' Gvj;nr..T IlOO:.?? T>,r C.IARK COUliTY 

fov occupancy soon a'lcv the Lan':lrr..T.vk would 
ppgn in r.ny cvonl] 

Totv-l Caost F.oomn 2-}, 301 

Hotel 12, S7-i 

Motel . 11,427 ._- _ .. 

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HUGMES PSr-CJi.'KTAGS Sl-IAUE OF CUgST PvOOMS 

Present .8% 

V/Uh Landmark 107> 

But an ihcrcaso from 8 to 10 percent doao rot violate tlio guidc- 
' lir.ea. Even In th'j csoc oi a highly coacoi\ir;".ti-i nv?.rl:»;t (ani this is not 
tvac in oiir case), tlie guidellnu pcrctntag®'' ♦^^***' 

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15^3 or more . - * 17j ov moro 

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relevantly, jj?c3ents), th-j yul;l'jHne pc-rcciitasos are: 

Acquivir.'X FiriTV Ac{;uirc4 Firm 

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25% or mors 17* or more 

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comi-'i-'.latioii, v.e v/oiil'l f;o from C. 6 percent to 10. 7 percent incl<'lcnt to 
tlic Jjanc^.iiiarlc r.c<iul3l;ion -- v/'vlcli 'till c'oen n ot viol?. '.-- tlio ^•0'..v-' ltn:-?s. 



12832 
DUNES EXHIBIT 20 

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Mr. Mit:chen ~- M :^nd'lv. March 9, 1970 

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4:^0 Ret. Dick Danner's call & t. 

5:00 John Dean called &: t. 

5:02 ■ SAW Mr. Kleindienst 



5:10 Ret. Dr. Dkach's call &: t. 

5:30 SAW Jack Landau 
5:45 Left office 



Pa>Te 2 



12833 



DUNES EXHIBIT 21 

/ I 

Mr. Mitchell -- Thurs layl March 19, 1970 



8:20 SAW Mr. Rehnquist 

8:30 SAW Jack Landau 

8:55 Ret. call of Rita Hauser & t. 

9:00 Called Sen. Allott &: t. 

9:05 SAW John Duffner and Mr. Kleindienst 



9:30 SAW Peter Jessup 

10:03 SAW Dick Hunt, Charles Burton and 
Mr. Hockmag (per Sen. Smathers) 

11:10 SAW Charles Rhyne 

11:^5 Ret. Sen, Eastland's call & t. 

11:50 Called Mr. Rehnquist & t. 

12:00 Had photo taken with Jeff Kimball 

12:04 Dr. Kissinger ret, call'&c t.^^" ' ^ ' 

12:15 SAW Dick Danner 

12:36 Ret. Mr. Rehnquist's call & t. 

12:38 i- -R^.- Seni'^l'ydings ' call & t^-; - ^^: 

12:40 SAW Henry Petersen and Bill Lynch 

1:07 Called Don Santarelli & t. 

1:10 SAW Mr. Walters 



2:00 Ret. Secetary Hickel's call & t. 



12834 



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DUNES EXHIBIT 25 ^^S^' ^ 



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Friday. March 20, 1970 



8:12 Ret. Max Fisher's call & t. 

8:19 Mr. Tauro called & t. 

8:21 . SAW Jack Landau 

8:29 Talked to Mr. Tauro 

8:30 Ambassador Davis called & t. 

8:40 SAW Sen. Javits 



9:28 Johnnie Waltgxs called & t. 

9:30 Called Bob Haldeman £c -t, 

9:40 SAW Mr. Leonard 

9:45 ■ Called Secretary Hickel &c t. 

Left for Verification Panel Meeting at 
White House . ; ': : . , 



1:00 Lunched with Dr. Kissinger 



2:20 Ret. Bill Rehnquist^s call &c t. 

2:25 • SAW Jack Landau 

2:30 Left office for home and Miami 

3:30 Leave Union Station on the Florida Special, car 

rs 31 Bedroom Suite F & G» Bedroom H 
Attorney General, Mrs, Mitchell and Marty, 
Bedroom I-D, Creedon and Hogan 




12848 

DUNES EXHIBIT 26 ^^gc- 1 

MR.. MITCHET.L — Moaday. March 2^ lovr^ 

10:30£yrn. Arrived Washington, D.C. 

^Tuesday, March 24, 1970 

10:40 SAW Mr. Kleindienst 

11:00 Called Mr. Rehnquist &c t. 

11:05 SAW Norman Carlson! 

il;12 SAW Bill King 

11:18 Called Mrs. Mitchell &e t. 

11:25 Called John Dean h. t. 

11:30 Ret. Mr. Kleindienst's call & t. 

11:40 SAW Mr. U Mrs. Kashi.w^. ^nd cousins from 

Tokyo 

12:00 Left office for Andrews AFB to go back 

to Key Biscayne 



Calls 



12849 

DUNES EXHIBIT 27 
Tuesday, March 3, 1970 



AG 

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Appts: " , 

9:30 B. Grossman, J. Pearce 

10:05 James Lynn, Cal Collier (Commerce) 

Lunch In Office 

2:00 Oil Policy Meeting 

4:45 Staff. . 



12850 

DUNES EXHIBIT 28 P^ge 2 " 

Z^iriiii£yj__^^lg^c h 3. 1970J contJ_^ 
-•:0c. Called Jerry Leonard c< t. 

-:15 Du;^Santare][U retd. our call ^- t. 

^-•17 saw Jack Landau 

■^■^^ Will Wilson called Rr f 

4:25 Called Mr. McLaren. &c t. 

•^••50 Mr. Ruckelshaus retd our call & t. 



4:55 



8:00 



L^b'/^^ ^lHSz^llHj^orker£_m^ in Presidential 

attended black tie dinner with Mrs. Mitchell at ^ 

^' f T* r^ ^"'- gidnev Zlotnick . honoring 
Amb. and Lady WaUe^r ° 



12851 



DUNES EXHIBIT 28* 

UNITED STATES SENATE 
SELECT COMMITTEE ON PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES 

AFFIDAVIT 

I, Richard McLaren, being duly sworn, depose and say; 

1. I am 56 years old and reside at 855 Lamson 

Drive, Winnetka, Illinois 



I am a United States District Judge for the Northern District of 

Illinois. In January , 1969, I left private law practice 

in Chicago to accept the post of Assistant Attorney General in 
charge of the Antitrust Division of the United States Department 
of Justice. I served in that position until February 2, 1972, 
when I was appointed to the Court. 

I have reconstructed the following statements from a 
review of my secretary's logs, my diaries, memoranda, and corres- 
pondence relating to the relevant period, so that these statements 
generally reflect a reconstruction rather than a recollection of 
events . 

2. On or about March 3, 19 70, Attorney General John 
Mitchell telephoned me to discuss the possibility of Howard Hughes 
buying the Dunes Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. I do not recall 
any prior knowledge of such a possibility. I have reconstructed 
the event based upon the notes I took during the conversation 
(Attac'^went A) . As I now reconstruct the event, Mr. Michell told 
me that the Governor of Nevada was trying to drive out "hoodlum" 
elements influential in various Las Vegas hotels and casinos , 
including the Dunes. Mr. Mitchell indicated that he was inclined 
to ^O'slong with Hughes' purchase of the Dunes if it could be 
approved without doing too much violence to established antitrust 
policies under Section 7 of the Clayton Act. Mr. Michell asked 
me to look into the question. I did not question his assertion 



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that the Dunes was hoodlum-owned. I never saw memoranda 
supporting that allegation. I do not recall ever talking with 
anyone in the Criminal Division of the Department or in the FBI 
about the general problem of "cleaning up" Las Vegas hotels and 
casinos or specifically about the Dunes. 

3. Normally, the Antitrust Division followed one of two 
standard' operating procedures when a likely merger or acquisition 
involving antitrust considerations came to its attention. Under 

the first, official action was taken, on application of the 

*/ 
interested parties, in the form of a "business review letter"— 

signed by the Attorney General, Deputy Attorney General, or the 

Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust, stating the Division's 

present enforcement intentions without precluding later actions 

based on new conditions. Under the second procedure, the 

Antitrust Division initiated a thorough investigation, called a 

Preliminary Inquiry, of a proposed merger or acquisition on the 

basis of firm information that the transaction was the subject or 

likely subject of serious negotiation. 

These procedures were followed in the Stardust and 

Landmark cases, discussed in Paragraph 4 below; they were not 



followed in this case because no business review application had 
been received by the Antitrust Division from the interested partie^ 
and because I considered the conversations I had with the Attorney 
General informal and casual. Had I thought that Mr. Mitchell's 
inquiry was anything more than a casual inquiry or that negotia- 
tions on the Dunes were underway or likely to commence , I would 
have ordered a Preliminary Inquiry by asking Mr. Baddia Rashid, 



V The governing regulations are at Volume 28 of the Code of 
Federal Regulations, Section 50.6 (1973) (Attachment B). Revised 
business review regulations designed to increase public access to 
business review letters went into effect on February 15, 1974. 
The attached regulations are those that were in effect at the time 
of the Dunes. 



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Director of the Operations Section, to instruct staff lawyers to 
begin gathering statistics , preparing detailed analyses , and 
possibly conducting interviews. 

4. Shortly after speaking with the Attorney General, I 
spoke with James Coyle, then a staff lawyer in the Antitrust 
Division's San Francisco office and now Chief of the Los Angeles 
office, and outlined to him the Attorney General's inquiry respect- 
ing the Dunes. Mr. Coyle, who was in Washington on another case, 
briefed me on the two earlier instances when the Antitrust 
Division reviewed plans by Hughes to purchase hotels in Las Vegas. 
Mr. Coyle advised me that in 1968 he conducted a Preliminary 
Inquiry into a report of Hughes' plan to buy the Stardust Hotel, 
on the basis of which a complaint challenging the proposed pur- 
chase was drafted and signed by Attorney General Ramsey Clark. 
Hughes' lawyers were notified, and they agreed to call off the 
merger. No complaint was filed. Mr. Coyle advised me that he 
was also involved in the review of a business review request on 
the Landmark later in 1968. In August 1968 Hughes and the owners 
of the Landmark Hotel submitted to the Antitrust Division a formal 
request for a "business review letter" stating the Antitrust 
Division's present intention not to sue to enjoin the planned 
purchase of the hotel by Hughes. In January 19 69 the Division 
replied by a letter which concluded that, in the absence of 
alternative purchasers and because of the Landmark's continuing 
financial difficulties, the merger came under the "failing company 
exception to the antitrust laws and therefore would not be opposed 

5. As my handwritten notes on the conversation indicate 
(Attachment C) , Mr. Coyle also told me that adding the Dunes to 

Hughes' Las Vegas hotel holdings would increase Hughes' share of 
the relevant economic market — resort hotels in the Las Vegas 
area -- from 20 percent to 26 percent, in violation of the 



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guidelines on horizontal mergers propounded by the Department of 
Justice on May 30, 1968 (relevant portions are at Attachment D) . 
The guidelines state that "the Department will ordinarily 
challenge" acquisitions in a market structured like the Las Vegas 
hotel market when the acquiring firm has more than 20 percent of 
the market and the acquired firm has more than two percent of the 
market. The guidelines were relied upon by the Antitrust Division 
in the Stardust and Landmark cases. 

6. Following our conversation, Mr. Coyle prepared a 
five-page memorandum for me on the proposed Dunes purchase, dated 
March 6, 1970 (Attachment E) . The statistics set forth in 

Mr. Coyle 's memorandum indicated that the purchase of the Dunes 
by Hughes would violate the Division's merger guidelines. On 
Sunday, March 8, 1970, according to my diary, I worked on the 
Dunes case in my office for about one half -hour. I assume that 
I was evaluating Mr. Coyle 's memorandum. 

7. Reconstructing from my diary and from my memorandum 
to the Attorney General on March 26, 1970 (see Attachment F) , I 
met for approximately one half-hour with the Attorney General on 
the afternoon of March 12, 1970; fifteen minutes of that meeting 
were devoted to the Dunes. I told Mr. Mitchell that Hughes' pro- 
posed purchase of the Dunes would violate the Antitrust Division's 
merger guidelines and that approval would appear inconsistent with 
the Justice Department's earlier refusal to approve Hughes' pro- 
posed purchase of the Stardust. I also informed Mr. Mitchell that 
the acquisition would "evoke substantial interest, comment, and 
probably opposition" , that "the [Nevada] Gaming Commission can get 
the hoodlums out by starting license revocation proceedings," but 
that if the Gaming Commission found that "there were no other 
legitimate and reasonable bids, we would have no great difficulty 
going along with Howard Hughes' acquisition of the Dunes." My 



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remarks did not express and were not intended by me to express my 
approval nor to substitute for the formal investigation and report 
procedure which precede Division action on acquisitions of this 
kind. I have no recollection of any comment or response by 
Mr. Mitchell during that conversation, and can recall no conversa- 
tion with him regarding the Dunes matter after March 12, 1970. 

8. On March 23, 1970, I received a memorandum, addressed 
to me with copies to no one else, from the late J. Edgar Hoover, 
then Director of the FBI (Attachment G) . According to Mr. Hoover's 
memorandum, the Las Vegas FBI office had learned that unnamed 
Hughes representatives had contacted unnamed Dunes representatives 
on March 19, 1970, and had told the Dunes representatives that 
Hughes "had received assurance from the Antitrust Division of the 
Department of Justice that no objection would be interposed to 
Hughes' purchasing the Dunes Hotel." The FBI report suggested to 
me that Mr. Mitchell may have relayed our conversation of March 12, 
1970, to the Governor of Nevada, who had indicated to Hughes 
representatives the misimpression that the Antitrust Division had 
approved the proposed acquisition of the Dunes. 

9. Consequently, on March 26, 1970, I prepared a memoran- 
dum to the Attorney General (Attachment F) for the purpose of 
reviewing our prior conversations. My memorandum concluded: 

"I trust that the attached FBI report [March 23] 

inaccurately records the understanding which 

the State Government received from the Department. " 

To the best of ray recollection, I received no response from the 

Attorney General to my memorandum of March 26, 1970. I can recall 

no conversation or communication with Mr. Mitchell, my deputy. 

Walker B. Comegys , or any representative of Hughes regarding the 

Dunes matter after March 26, 1970. I do not know whether 

Mr. Mitchell ever met with any representative of Hughes. I was not 

aware until recently of United States District Judge Charles 

Metzner's reference, in his opinion of June 10, 1970, to a 



39-340 O - 74 - 28 



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May 22, 1970, letter from counsel for the Hughes Tool Company to 
the judge asserting that the purchase of the Dunes by Hughes was 
imminent ( see Trans World Airlines, Inc. v. Hughes , 314 F. Supp. 
94 , 98 (S.D.N.Y. 1970) . 

10. On November 24, 1970, I received a copy of a memor- 
andum of the same date from FBI Director Hoover to the Attorney 
General (Attachment H) . That memorandum stated that Hughes had 
revived his interest in the Dunes and that Washington lawyer 
Edward P. Morgan was implying that the Antitrust Division would 
not object to the purchase. I did not regard this memorandum as 
sufficiently firm information regarding an impending transaction 
warranting the initiation of a Preliminary Investigation. On the 
same day I sent the FBI memorandum to the file under a routing 
slip (Attachment I) which probably reflects Mr. Rashid's having 
reminded me that Mr. Coyle was the staff man with whom I had dis- 
cussed the situation previously. At the bottom of the note I 
wrote, "(Last Action — Memo to AG on 3/26/70)". I have no 
recollection of talking with Mr. Coyle or with anyone else after 
receiving the November 24 FBI memorandum. Consequently, I merely 
noted it and waited for something more concrete to happen, such 
as information that Hughes and the Dunes were about to enter into 
or had entered into a contract. I have a vague recollection of 
subsequently hearing that negotiations between Hughes and the 
Dunes had terminated when the parties could not agree on the sale 
terms . 

11. In reviewing the Antitrust Division file on the Dune^, 
I discovered a brief, undated and unsigned memorandum entitled 
"Guestroom Availabilities Supporting Tourism in the State of 
Nevada" (Attachment J) . I have no recollection of having seen 
this memorandum previously, and do not know who wrote it or for 
what purpose. 



ilichard McLaren 



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Notary Public 



, 1974. 



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ATTACHMENT B 



Judicial Administration 

Revised as of July 10, 1973 




CONTAINING 

A CODIFICATION OF DOCUMENTS 
OF GENERAL APPLICABILITY 
AND FUTUFtE EFFECT 

AS OF JULY 10, 1973 
With Ancillaries 



Publishsd by 

the Office of tha Federal Rcgislar 
National Archives and Records Service 
General Services Administration 

as a Special Edition of 
the FerierL! iiosistBr 



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Chapter I — Deparfment of Justice 



§ 50.6 



§ 50.6 Antilrusl Divi-ioii Luslncss re- ' 
view iiroLifturc. 

Although the Department of Justice 
Ls not authorized to give adviboiy opin- f 
ions to private parties, for several dec- ' 
ades the --Vntitrust Division has been will- 
ins in certain circumstances to revie\7 
proposed business conduct andstate its 
enforcement intentions. Tliis originated 
with a "raihcad release" procedure un- 
der which the Division would forego the 
initiation of criminal antitrust proceed- 
ings. The procedure was subsequently 
expanded to encompass a "merger clear- 
ance" procedure under which the Divi- 
sion would state its present enforcement 
intention v.ith respect to a merger or 
acquisition; and the Department issued 
a written statement entitled "Business 
Review Procedure." This is a revision of 
that statement: 

1. A request for a business review letter 
must, be submiti ed in v-rlUng to the ^.^slbt.-int 
Attorney General. Autltrust Division, De- 
partment of Jusi;lce, \Vashjngtr>r>. D.C. 20530. 

2. The Division will consider or.'y requests 
with respect to prcposed business condtict, 
which may Involve either domestic or for- 
eign co;:imerce. 

3. A business review letter shall have no 
application to any party whicn docs not 
Join In the rvque.=;t therefor. 

4. Tlie requesting parties are tmder an 
affirmative obligation to make full and tfue 
disclosure with respect to the business con- 
duct for which review Is requested. Each 
request must be arcotnpanled by all rele- 
vant data Including background Informa- 
tion, complete copies of aU ope.'-atlve docu- 
ments and detailed statements of all col- 
lateral oral understandings. If any. AU 
parties requesting the review letter must 
provide the Division with whatever addi- 
tional inf'irmation or documents the Division 
may thereafter request In order to review the 
maiter. In cennection with any reqiiest for 
review the Division will also conduct what- 
ever independent Investigation It believes Is 
appropriate. 

5. No or.al cUarauce. release or other state- 
ment pi;rporti.ng to bind the enforcement 
discretion of the DIvSir.n jaay he {,''V'?ri. 
The requesiiiig I'f.riy ir.ay rely lipon only a 
written bi:>:i:e"3 review letter s^^rned by the 
Attorney Ocieral. Deputy Attorney General, 
or Assistant Attorney General Jn char-;e of 
the Antitrust Division. 



6. If Vr.c I'U^intis conduct for whirh re- 
view Is lequestf-d Is subject to approval by a 
regulatory agency, a review reciuest will ba 



considered before agency approval has been 
obtHlr-ftd (e:-:cept la the case of bank, mergers 
or acGulsltlf.ns) where it appears that ex- 
ceptional and unneces ary burdens might 
otherwise be imposed on the party or parties 
requesting review. However, any business 
review letter l.'^-ued In these as la any other 
circumstances will slate only the Depart- 
ments pre'.ent enforcement intentions un- 
der the antitrust laws. It shall In no way be 
taten to Indicate the Department's views on 
the legal or factual Issues that may be raised 
before the regulatory agency, or in an appeal 
from the regulatory agency's decision. In 
particular, the ls.=;uance of such a letter is 
not to be represented to mean that the 
Dlvi.slon believes that there are no anticom- 
petitive consequences warranting agency 
consideration. 

7. Alter review of. a request submitted 
hereunder the Division m.ay: state its present 
eiiioice:.ieut InLetitiou with respecu to the 
proposed bu.-Iness conduct; decline to pass 
on the request; or take such other position 
or action as it considers appropriate. Ordi- 
narily, however, the Division v.'ill state a 
present intention not to bring a civil action 
only v.-lth respect to mergers, acquisitions or 
similar arrangements. 

8. A business review letter states only the 
enforcement intention of the Division as 
of the date of the letter, and the Division 
remains completely free to bring whatever 
action or proceeding it subsequently comes 
to believe is required by the public interest. 
As to a stated present intention not to bring 
an action, hov.ever, the Division has never 
exercised its right to bring a criminal action 
v.-here there has been full and true disclosure 
at the time of presenting the request. 

9. .Anv reqtiesting party may withdraw a 
request for review at any time. The Division 
remains free, h.owaver, to submit such cora- 
!nents to such requesting party as it deems 
appropriate. Failure to take action after re- 
ceipt of documents or Information v.hether 
submitted pursuant to this procedure or 
other v.ise, docs not in any way limit or estop 
the Division from taking such action at 
such time thereafter as it deems appropriate. 
Tiie Division reserves the right to retain doc- 
uments submitted to it under this procedure 
or otherv.ise and to tise them for all pu.*-poses 

• of antitrust enfc;rcemcut. 

! [Antitrust Div. DIr. No. 2-63. 33 F.R. 2442. 
Feb. 1, 1?G31 



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ATTACHMENT C 



FROM THE DESK OF m" ,v , T. . .^4 .j 'y * J 

RICHARD \A/. McLaren '.^.;. Ilfl^^^^ 













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ATTACHMENT D 



rOR INWEDIATE RELEASE 
THURSDAY, M\Y 50, 1968 



The Department of Justice today released ouidslines out- 
lining its standards for detcr.Tining vnerher to oppose corporate 
acquisitions or mergers under Section 7 of the CDsyton Act. 

Attorney General Rair.sey Clark saj.d the purpose of tlie 
guidelines is to insure that zhe business comiHunity, the legal 
profession "and other interested perso/is are informed of the 
Department's policy of t^nforcing Section 7 of the COayton Act. 

Mr. Clark expressed hope that the guidelines v/oiild provide 
a basis for a continuing dialogue botveen governinent and business 
concerning the role and scope of anti-r;crger enf orce:-,ent in the 
maintenance of a free ccripe"itive eccncmy. 

The Departrnenc anticipates that ?.t viji a^-ond the guldej.ines 
fro-. -ti-Tie to tirr.e, .Mr. Clark said, to reflect c'^snres :n enfcrce- 
r;ent policy that night result fro7i suhr-ri-'ueiit cour". decisicr.s, 
co:?.r.ent3 of interested parties, or Deuar ^.T.ent i'V;tva]uat icn;- . 



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occasion cer.anas ana wiij. usually preceae tne issuance • 
guidelines, the Depart.Cient said chat the existence of u: 
guidelines should net be regarded as barring it from -Lahing 
action it deen'.s necessarv to achieve the ivur/oses of Section 



T.ended 

need 



A copy of the 



iidelines is attached. 



12862 



MERGER GUIDELINES 



1. Purpose . The purpoue ol these guldellnea is to 
acquaint the business community, the legal profession, and other 
interested groups and individuals with the standards currently 
being applied by the Department of Justice in deternining 
whether to challenge corporate acquisitionc and mergers under 
Section 7 of the Clayton Act. (Although tiergers or acquisitions 
may also be challenged under the Sherinan Act, co.^snonly the 
challenge vill be -nade under Section 7 of the Clayton Act an-, 
accordingly, it is to this provision of law that the guidelines 
are directed.) The responsibilities of the DeparcTrvsnt ot Jusr.ice 
under Section 7 are those of an enforcensnt. agency, and Ches« 
guidelines are announced solely &s a statersint of current Depart::>ent 
policy, subject to change at any tin^e wirho-.it prior notice, for 
whatever assistance such scatei,-\ant may be in enabling iatereaced 
persons to anticipate in a general, way Department eniorcefnsnt 
action under Section 7. Because ; the statements of er.novc4.:^ent 
policy contained In these guidelines rtust necessarily be frsTved 
in rather general terrcsj and because tha critical factors in any 
particular guideline forrnulation cviy be evaluated differently by 



12863 

the Department than by the parties, the guidelines should not 
be treated as a substitute for the Department's business review 
procedures, which make available statements of the Department's 
present enforcement intentions with regard to particular 
proposed mergers or acquisitions. 

2. General Enforcement Policy . Within, the over -a 11 scheme 
of the Departcrent ' s antitrust enforcecsent activity, the primary 
role of Section 7 enforcement is to preserve and promote market 
structures conducive to competition. Market structure is the 
focus of the Department's merger policy chiefly bacause the 
conduct of the individual fires in a market tends to be 
controlled by the structure of that market, i_- ^ » by those 
siarket conditions which are fairly perir.?.nent or subject only 
to slow change (such as, principally, the number of substantial 
firms selling in the rvarket, the relative sizes of their 
respective ir^arket shares, and the subsnantisl ity of barriers 
to the entry of new firms into the tnarket) . Thus, for example, 
a concentrated market structure, where a few firms account for a 
large share of the sales, tends to discourage vigorous price 
competition by the firms tn the market and to encourage other 
kinds of conduct, such as use of inef f ir isnt ni,-:thods of production 
or excessive prouiotional expenditures, of an economically 
undesirable ndcurt. >;oreovez , not only docs emphasis on market 
structure generally produce econcnic predictions that .^re fully 
adequate for the purposes of a sL^.turf thtt require;: only a 



12864 

showing that the effect of a r\erger "oxay be substantially to 
lessen competition, or to tena to create a monopoly," but an 
enforcement policy emphasizing a limited number of structural 
factors also facilitates both enforcetrent decision-making and 
business planning which involves anticipation of the Depart- 
trisnt's enforcement intent. Accordingly, the Department's 
enforcement activity under Section 7 is directed primarily 
tovard the identification and prevention of those mergers 
which alter market structure in uays likely now or eventually 
to encourage or permit non -competitive conduct. 

In certain exceptional circumstances, hovover, the 
structural factors used in these guidelines will not alone 
be conclusive, and the Department's enforcement activity will 
necessarily be based on a sore complex and inclusive evaluation. 
This is son? c in.es the case, for example, where basic technological 
changes are creating new industries, or are significantly trans- 
forming older industries, in such fashion as to irjike current 
market boundaries and market structure of uncertain significance. 
In such unusual transitional situations application of the nonr^l 
guideline st£.nd=.rd3 cay be inappropriate; and on assessing 
probable future developrosnts , the Department may npt sue despite 
noninal application of a particular guideline, or it m-iy sue even 
though the guidelines, as r.ortr^lly applied, co not require the 
Dripartmerit to challenge the merger. Similarly, in the avea cf 



12865 

conglomrrate merger activity, the present incomplete state of 
knowledge concerning structure -conduct relationships may preclude 
sole reliance on the structural criteria used in these guidelines, 
as explained in paragraphs 17 and 20 below. 

3. Market Definition . A rational appraisal of the probable 
competitive effects of a merger normally requires definition of 
one or mors relevant inarkets. A market is any grouping of sales 
(or other commercial transactions) in which each of the firms 
whose sales are 'included enjoys soaie advantage in competing with 
those firms whose sales are not included. The advantage need 
not be great, for so long as it is significant it defines an 
area of effective conpetition a=ong the included sellers in 
\;hich the cocpetition of the excluded sellers is, ex^ hypothasi , 
less effective. The process of market def5.nition c%ay result in 
identification of several appropriate narkcts in which to test 
the probable coiapetitive effects of a particular Tisrger. 

A c-.-arket is defined both in terms of its product ditriension 
("line of cocrr.erce") and its geographic dimension ("section of 
the country") . 

(i) Line of coc:j.erce. The sales of any product or 
service which is distinguishable as a c-atter of cocT.ercial 
j-rpctice frca other products or services will ordinarily 
constitute £ relevant product nvarket, even though, froa 
rhii standpoint of a-ost purchasers, other products may be 



12866 

reasonably, but not perfectly. Interchangeable with It in 
terms of price, quality, and use. On the other hand, the 
sales of two distinct products to a particular group of 
purchasers can also appropriately be grouped into a 
single market where the two products are reasonably inter- 
changeable for that group in terms of price, quality, and 
use. In this latter case, however, it may be necessary 
also to include in that market the sales of one or more 
other products which are equally interchangeable with the 
two products in terms of price, quality, and use from the 
standpoint of that group of purchasers for whom the two 
products are interchangeable. 

The reasons for employing the foregoing definitions may 
be stated as follows. In enforcing Section 7 the Departttent 
seeks prinarily to prevent mergers which change market 
structure in a direction likely to create a power to behave 
non-competitively in che production and sale of any particu- 
lar product, even though that power will ultimately be 
limited, though not nullified, by the presence of other 
similar products that, vhile reasonably interchangeable, 
are less than perfect substitutes. It is in no way 
inconsistent with this effort also to pursue a policy 
designed tc prohibit :nergers betwuen fires selling distinct 
products where tha rccult of tha ir.er^er jay be to create or 



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12867 

enhance the conpanies' market power due to the fact tliat 
the products, though not perfectly subst ttutable by 
purchasers, are significant enough alternatives to 
constitute substantial competitive influences on the 
production, development or sale of each. 

(il) Section of the Country. The total sales of a 
product or service in any coir.3iercially significant section 
of the country (even as small as a single community), or 
aggregate of such sections, will ordinarily constitute a 
geographic market if firms engaged in selling the product 
c.ake significant sales of the product to purchasers in 
the section or sections. The narket need not be enlarged 
beyond any section neat ing . the foregoing test unless it 
clearly appears that there is no econoaic barrier 
(e.g., significant transportation costs, lack of distribu- 
tion facilities, custoc.er inconvenience, or established 
consumer preference for existing products) that hindars 
the sale from outside the section to purchasers uithin the 
section; nor need the nvarket bo covitracted to exclude scrae 
portion of the product sales made inside any section neeting 
the foregoing test unless it clearly appears that the portion 
of sales in question is made to a group of purchasers 
separated by a substantial economic barrier frox. the 
Durch^asers to uhoni the rest of tr.e sales are cxada. 



12868 

Because data llnltations or other Intrinsic 
difficulties will often make precise delineation of i 
geographic tsarkets impossible, thare may often be two or 
more groupings of sales which may reasonably be treated 
as constituting a relevant geographic market. In such 
circumstsncss , the Department believes it to be ordinarily 
most consistent with the purposes of Section 7 to challenge 
any ciarger which appears to be Illegal in any reasonable 
Seographlc market, even though in another reasonable 
market It would not appear to be illegal. 

The market is oriiinarily Pleasured prlrtvariiy by the dollar 
value cf the sales or other transact ions ( e.z . , shlpnianta, 
leases) for the most recent twelve conth period for which the 
necessary figures for the nerging firns and their competitors 
?.re generally available. Where such figures are clearly 
unrepresentative, a different period will be used. In sotr.e 
taarkets, euch as cocnarcial banking, it is more appropriate to 
measure the market by other indicia, £.uch as. total deposits. 

,1. KORIZOMTAL MERGERS 

4. Enfcrcec^nt policy . VJith resoect to mergers between 
direct coapetitora ( i.e. , horiicntal riergars) , the Depar tr^nt' s 
enforcement activity under Gecticn 7 of the Clcyton Act has the 
following Interrelated purposes: (i) preventing elimination as 



12869 

an independent business entity of any company I'lkely to have 
been a substantial competitive influence in a market; (ii) pre- 
venting any conrpany or small group of companies from obtaining 
a position of dominance in a market; (lit) preventing signifi- 
cant Increases in concentration in a market; and (iv) preserving 
significant possibilities for eventual deconcentratlon in a 
concentrated market. 

In enforcing Section 7 against horizontal mergers, the 
DapartKient accords prin-^ry significance to the slxe of the 
market share held by both the acquiring and the acquired 
firms. ("Acquiring firm" and "acquired fira" are used herein. 
In the case of horizontal mergers, siaiply as convenient dc^sig- 
r.aticns of the flm with the larger nsrket share and the lira 
with the sinaller share, respectively, and do not refer to the 
legal form of the cerger transaction.) The larger the market 
share held by the acquired firm, the core likely it is that 
the firm has been a substantial cccpetitive influence in the 
market or that concentration in the tc^rket will be significantly 
Increased. The larger the market share held by the acquiring 
firm, the more likely it is that an acquisition will move it 
toward, or further entrench it In, a position of dominance or 
of shared market pcver. Accordingly, the standards cost often 
applied by the tVepartivsnt in determining whether to challenge 
horizontal mergers can be stated In t^rms of the si.^es of the 
t.arglng firms' market shares. 



12870 

5. Market Highly Concentrated . In « market In which the 
shares of the four largest firms ansount to approx innately 757. or 
more, the Department will ordinarily challenge mergers between 
firms accounting for, approximately, the following percentages 
of the niarki^t: ... 

Acquiring Firm Acquired Firm 

UV, 1*7. or more 

lOZ 27. or more 

15Z or more \7. or snore 

(Percentages not chown in the above table should be interpolated 

proportionately to the percentages that sre shown.) 

6. Market Less Hi'jhly Concentrated . In a siarket In which 
the shares of the four largest firzns ajiount to less than approxi- 
K.itely 75Z, the Department will oroinartly challenge cergers 
between fircvs eccounclng for, apprcxiiivctsly , the following percent- 
ages of the Evarkat: 

Acquiri ng Firm Acquired Firm 

5Z 57, or more 

lOZ 4X or lacre 

, 157. 3Z or laore 

; 207. 2% or cx)re 

25,7. or inore IX or t:x>re 

(Percentages not shown in the above table should be interpolated 

proportionately to the percentages that are shown.) 

7. Market With Trend Toward Coacentrar ton . The Dapartment 
£.pplles an additional, stricter standard in deter.Tiinirig whether 
tc chsllcnge ccrgers occurring in any nvjirkst, not ^vhclly 



12871 

ATTACHMENT E 
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LAS VEGAS RESORT HOTEL SITUATION 

A. Prior action by bhe Department 

1, Hughes - Stardust 

In June 1968 the Attorney General signed a complaint 
charging that the pending acquisition of the Stardust by 
Hughes would violate Clayton 7. The complaint was pri- 
marily based on the theory that Las Vegas Resort Hotels 
provide a^cluster of services - i.e. theatrical enter- 
tainment, recreational country club facilities such as 
golf, convention facilities and legalized gaming. We 
alleged two sections of the country: the greater Las 
Vegas area consisting of Clark County and the more 
narrowly confined area of the Las Vegas strip. 

In the period April 1, 1967 to May 1, 1968 Hughes 
had made four acquisitions of resort hotels on the strip 
giving him 2042 rooms or about 22% of all resort hotel 
accommodation^ on the strip and 207= in the greater Las 
Vegas area. The Stardust with 1461 rooms represented 
about 157o of all resort hotel accommodations on the strip 
and 137„ in the great.er Las Vegas area. Hughes vjas also 
in the process of acquiring much of the undeveloped land 
in the strip area. 



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12872 

Prior to filing the coniplaint we notified Hughes' 
attorneys and they immediately agreed to call off the 
merger. /^ c/n'-^t^ii^ u-^-^ Lc&JJ, 

2. Hughes - Landmark 

In August 1968 Hughes and the Landmark submitted a 
request that the Department permit Hughes to acquire the p ■,, 
Landmark under the failing company doctrine. The Landmark". 
had been under construction for a number of years and had 
been in continuing financial trouble. It had about 500 
rooms and would represent about 57o of the resort hotel 
I'ooms on the strip and 3.57o in the gi-eater Las Vegas area. 

We took the position that it had not been demonstrated 
that there were no alternative purchasers and required the 
Landmark to make a new effort to find a purchaser. A 
number of vjould-be purchasers came for\-/ard but none of 
them could come up with the cash and various stock exchange 
proposals were obviously unsound. 

Finally in December vje reluctantly conceded that 
there were no alternative purchasers and permitted Hughes 
to acquire the Landmark. 



12873 

3. i Parvln Dohrman 

Early in 1969 Parvln Dohrman began to acquire hotels 
on the strip and we started an investigation when it was 
announced that they were negotiating for the Stardust. 
However we concluded that we would not oppose the 
Stardust acquisition for three reasons: 1) Parvin Dohrman' s 
strip holdings were very v;eak, with the exception of the 
Stardust, 2) the International had just opened with 1500 
rooms and there were other announcements of other new 
entrants, and 3) Hughes v;as still the dominant figure. 

In March of 1969 Parvin Dohrman informed us that they 
were negotiating to acquire the Riviera with 750 rooms. 
However before they were able to consuminate the acquisi- 
tion Par\'in Dohrman started to have trouble with the S.E.C. 
and the Nevada State Gaming Commission. 

B. Situation in Las Vegas 

In June of 1968 Hughes had entered the Las Vegas hotel 
bxisiness and it appeared that a number of other "respectable 
corporations were moving in: i.e. Parvin Dohrman, Continental 
Connectors, Levin-Towns end. In addition Kerkorian and 
Del VJebb were already there and were considered "respectable". 
Later Denny's Restaurants entered the scene and there were 



12874 

rumors that Hilton was coming into the area and that 
Holiday Inn v;as going to put in a big re.sort hotel with 
entertainment and gamirjg. 

In support of its proposed acquisition of the Riviera 
Parvin Dohrman made a fairly creditable argument that the Las 
Vegas area was in a state of expansion and development and 
that new entrants and the new respectability were going to 
change the v;hole situation so drastically that we should 
permit them to make their acquisition and wait and see how 
the situation developed. They offered to keep the acquired 
property separate and suggested that at some future date it 
vjould be possible to secure divestiture if it became 
necessary. 

In the last several months the picture has changed. 
Firms like Parvin Dohrrrian and Levin-Towns end have lost 
their luster. Kerkorian is in financial difficulties and 
Denny's doesn't seem likely to come into the Las Vegas 
..area. i 

C. Proposed acquisition of the Dunes 

Acquisition of the Landmark held up Hughes' market 
share in. spite of thcJ opening of the International. As 
a result Hughes still has about 2TL on the strip and 207, 



12875 

in Las Vegas. The Dunes has about 87o of the strip accommoda- 
tions and 67o in the greater Las Vegas ared. Moreover the 
Dunes is considered one of the better hotels on the strip, 
at least by some elements of the Las Vegas community. 

The proposed acquisition of the Dunes will be subject 
to state regulatory hearings and is bound to create con- 
troversy. The Hughes - Stardust matter was first raised 
by two dissenting members of the State Gaming Commission 
and it was only the seemingly hopeless condition of the 
Landmark that kept do^>m dissent in the state agencies. 
Moreover there is -a good chance that additional "pi-os- 
pective" purchasers will come for^oard once it is announced 
that the Dunes is being sold. Our prior involvement in 
the matters described above is well knovm and we V7ill be 
asked to take a position. 

If there are overriding considerations which make it 
necessary to -^cz^^jh^^ our prior position on \tne Hughes' 
"acquisitions in Las Vegas we should tie the acquisit'ion 
to the changing and unsettled market structure as suggested 
by Parvin Dohrman and preserve our right to secure 
divestiture at a later date if it becomes necessary. 



12876 






ATTACHMENT F 



March 26, 1970 



MEMOrvAK^QUIl FOR IHE ATTOIl H iilY GEKEIUL 

Re: Howard Hughes — Proposed 

Purchase of Dunes Hotel, L as V^ogins 



Earlier this month, you will recall that you asked me 
to check into the antitrust aspects of a' possible purchase 
by Howard Hughes interests of the Dunes Hotel in Las Vegas. 
As I understand, the Nevada State Govemm2nt has concluded 
that the Dv'nes is presently hoodlum-cvraed and operated and 
it has reason to believe that Howard Hughes v^ould buy it. 

I cViCcked on earlier antitrust activity and found that 
in 1968 the Antitrust Division prevented Hughes from ac- 
quiring the Stardust. Tais caa^.e about because in the period 
April 1, 1967 to May 1, 1963, Hughes had made fcmr acquisi- 
tions of resort hotels on the Scrip, giving ]iim 22'Ji of all 
resort hotel acconrnodations on the Strip and 20yi in the 
greater Las Vegas area. 

Considering ne'.^ capacity, x;a calculate that Hughos* 
market share is now approximately 207«. Acquisition of the 
Dunes would icake this 267.. 1 

On March 12th, you and I discussed the situation and 
I pointed out that,, based on our prior experience, the 
proposed transfer to Hughes V70uld evoke substantial interest, 
connent, and probably opposition. Soir.e of the people on the 
Nevada Gajning CorniT^ission are very much concerned over Hughes' 
present market share in the resort hotel business, particu- 
larly because he seems to have bought up raost of the vacant 



12877 



land; in the area also. I pointed out that the Gaming 
Cormiission can get the hoodlums out by starting license 
revocation proceedings. I also suggested .that if the 
Gaming Corrjuissicn found in connection with such a 
proceeding that there v;ere no other legitimate and 
reasonable bids, v:e \vould have no great difficulty in 
going along with }Io\?ard Hughes' acquisition of the Dunes. 

We also discussed the possibility that Parv5.n- 
Dohrman, Lev in -Town send and Kerkorian V7ere reputed to ba 
5-n financial trouble and that vje night have a real problem 
if they should also want to sell and Hughes should v/ant 
to buy. In this connection, we have some indication of 
interest in the area by Hilton and Holiday Inn. 

I trust that the attached FBI report inaccurately 
records the understanding v?hich the State Government 
received from the Dapartraent. 



RXGiL'iRD w. McLaren 

Assistr.nt Atto}n.Tey General 
Antitrust Division 



12878 



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UNMTED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum ., _ , _'-. 

TO : Assistant Attorney General i'ate: March 23, 1970 

Antitrust Division 



m;. : Dir 



ector, FBI 



subject: dunes HOTEL 
ANTITRUST 



Infox'mation was received by the Las Vegas, 
Nevada, office of this Bureau that on March 19, 1970, a 
representative of Howai^d Hughes contacted officials of 
the Dunes Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, and stated that 
Hughes had received assurance from the Antitrust Division 
of the Department of Justice that no objection would be 
intei'posed to Hughes' purchasing the Dunes Hotel. Hughes 
reportedly offered $46,500,000, and assumption of all 
debts of the hotel, which approximate $26,000,000. 

It is noted that the Dunes Hotel is owned by 
Continental Connector Corporation; however, the majority 
of stock in Continental Connector Corporation is owned by 
the former owners of the Dunes Hotel , who are still 
operators thereof. 

Reportedlj' Hughes has indicated that he might 
raise his price to $55,000,000, plus assumption of the 
$26,000,000 debt, which would ma!:e the total price 
$81,000,000. The Dunes officials advised Hughes that 
other negotiations were under way, that the Dunes 
accountants liad not yet completed their projection of the 
tax position of the various officials in the event of a 
cash sale, and that it would take some time to I'each a 
.definite decision. Hughes' repi'esentative indicated th.at 
Hughes wanted the hotel and intended to buy same. 

The above is furnished for your- information. 



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subject: DUl^IES HOTEL \f- •''■^■■/ 2 4 1970 ''^/, 

LAS VEGAS, NEVAOl >\, . . 

ANTI-HACKETEERING ^^^O.-v.^cy Gfi^^ 



/ ATTACHMENT H ^^ 
date: November 24, 1970 



The purpose of this letter is to advise you of 
information received which indicates that Howard Hughes has 
renewed his efforts to purchase the Dunes Hotel in Las Vegas, 
Nevada . 

It has been reported that Robert I.!aheu, chief 
executive of Hughes' Nevada operations; E. Parry Thoinas, 
Chairman of the Board, Valley National Bank; Las Vegas, 
Nevada; and Edv.ard P. Morgan, 'Jashiugton, D. C, attorney 
contacted the Securities and Exchange Conmission, Y.'ashington, 
D. C, to determine if that agency would interpose any 
objection to a cash purchase of the Dunes Hotel by Hughes. 
It was reported that the Securities and Exchiinge Coinmissioa 
advised no objection will be interposed. 

It was reported that Ilorgan has strongly implied 
that there will be no objection from the Antitrust Division 
of the Department of Justice concerning Hughes' efforts to 
purchase another Las Vegas casino. 

As you will recall the Antitrust Division objected 
to Hughes' attempt to purchase the St?a*dust ]!otcl-Casino 
in Las Vegas in 1968. 

Although no definite price has been set it is believed 
tliat Hughes will offer in the neighborhood of SO to 81 
million dollars for the purchase of the Dunes Hotel. 

you v/ill be kept advised of any further inforioation 
received in connection with this proposed ti'ansaction. 



1 - The Deputy Attornsy Gcneriil 

1 - Assistant Attorney General 
Antitrust Division 



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12882 



ATTACHMENT J 



GUESTROOM AVAILABILITIES SUPPORTING TOURISM 
IN THE STATE OF NEVADA 



Tourism in the State of Nevada, in ternns of guestroom availabili- 

y u 

ties, is largely supported by the Las Vegas area . in the south and the 

u 

Reno area in the north. A total of 34, 786 guestrooms are located in 
these two area: -- 24,285, in the Las Vegas area and 10,501 in the Reno 



Guestrooms in hotels operated by Hughes Tool Company (through 
its Hughes -Nevada Operations) total 2,416, representing 7% of the guest- 
rooms available in the Las Vegas -Reno areas and 10% of such availabilities 
in the Las Vegas area. 



1. Guestroom availabilities are located in establishments distinguished 
locally in Nevada as "hotels" and "motels". Unlike the conventional 
distinction between a hotel and a motel, the two are distinguished in 
the State of Nevada largely by reference to whether the establishment 
does or does not have a casino as such. A high percentage of the so- 
called motels'in Nevada have all of the support facilities for tourists 
possessed by a conventional hotel elsewhere. A total of 22 hotels in 
the Las Vegas area have casinos. These hotels represent 12,858 
guestrooms in being and an additional 1,681 rooms either projected 
or in the process of completion. 

2. The Las Vegas area comprises Clark County, Nevada. 

3. The Reno area comprises Washoe County, Nevada (including the Reno, 
Sparks, and Lake Tahoe areas). It does not include an additional 1, 140 
guestrooms located in the Lake Tahoe area in Douglas County. 



12883 



The Dunes Hotel, with its 886 guestrooms, represents 2. 5% and 
3. 6%, respectively, of the guestrooms available in the Las Vegas-Reno 
areas and the Las Vegas area. 

An acquisition of the Dynes Hotel by Hughes Tool Comoany would 
result in the latter' s o'>vning 9. 5% and 13. 6%*, respectively^ of the 
guestroom availabilities in the two areas. 

Neither the Las Vegas area nor the combined Las Vegas -Reno 
area is a "highly concentrated" market inasmuch as the four largest 
operators of guestrooms do not have a 75%, or greater, share of the 
market. In consequence thereof, acquisition of the Dunes Hotel by Hughes 
Tool Company, resulting in the latter' s percentage ownership of guestrooms 
in the Las Vegas area alone going from 10% to 13. 6% would not violate the 
"Merger Guidelines" released by the Department of Justice on May 30, 1968. 



4. In terms of guestroom availabilities in the combined Las Vegas -Reno 
areas, these percentages would be 7% and 9. 5%, respectively, incident 
to acquisition of the Dunes Hotel by Hughes Tool Company. 



12884 



CLARK COUNTY MOTELS 
WITH CASINOS 



Hotel 

Aladdin 

Bonanza 

Caesars Palace 

Castaways 

Desert Inn 

Dunes 

El Cortez 

Flamingo 

Four Queens 

Fremont 

Frontier 

Hacienda 

International 

Landmark 

Mint 

Riviera 

Sahara 

Sands 

Showboat 

Stardust 

Thuriderhird 

Tropicaiia 



# Roonis 

331 

• 160 

680 (200 rooms in process; 

occupy during 1970) 
231 

450 . 

886 ' ' .■ ^ 

103 

770 

112 

451 ^ ^ 
543 

538 

1,519 (plus additional 1,481 
rooms) 
476 

300 . - 

848 
. 997 

716 

197 
1,461 

625 

564 



Total: 
Total (as projected): 



12,858 
14,539 



12885 



SOUTHERN NEVADA 

Total hotel rooms in Clark County 12,858 

(Exclusive of current addition of 200 rooms 
to Caesars Palace and projection of addi- 
tional rooms at International) 

Total motel rooms in Clark County . 11,427 

Total hotel and motel rooms in Clark County "24, 285 

t 

NORTHERN NEVADA 

Total hotel rooms, Reno 2, 142 

Total motel rooms, Reno 4,293 

Total hotel and motel rooms. Sparks 1,670 

Total hotel and motel rooms. Lake Tahoe 

Northshore 450 

Total Washoe County hotel and motel rooms 
(exclusive of Reno, Sparks, and 
Northshore) • 1,946 

Total: 10,501 

Total hotel and motel rooms Clark and Washoe Counties: 34, 786 



I 



Hotel , 
Castaways 
Desert Inn 
Frontier 
Landmark 
Sands 



12886 




HUGHES (Nevada Operations) 






• # Rooms 




231 




450 



Total: 



Hughes percentage of existing Clark County hotel rooms 

Hughes percentage of existing Cla.rk County hotel and 
motel rooms 

Hughes percentage of existing hotel and motel rooms 
(North and South Nevada) 



Dunes Hotel (percentage total Clark County hotel rooms) 

Dunes Hotel (percentage total Clark County hotel and 
motel rooms) 

Dunes Hotel (percentage hotel and motel rooms. Northern 
and Southern Nevada) 



476 






716 






2,416 






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12888 

DUNES EXHIBIT 30 
LAS VEGAS RESORT HOTEL SITUATION 

A. Prior action by fche Deoartment: 

1. Hughes - Stardust 

In Jxrne 1968 the Attorney General signed a complaint 
charging that the pending acquisition of the Stardust by 
Hughes would violate Clayton 7. The complaint was pri- 
marily based, on the theory that Las Vegas Resort Hotels 
provide a^cluster of services - i.e. theatrical enter- 
tainment, recreational country club facilities such as 
golf, convention facilities and legalized gaming. We 
alleged two sections of the country: the greater Las 
Vegas area" consisting of Clark County and the more 
narrowly, confined area of the Las Vegas strip. 

In the period April 1, 1967 to May 1, 1968 Hughes 
.had made four acquisitions of resort hotels on the strip 
giving him 2042 rooms or about 227o of all resort hotel 
-accommodations on the strip and 20% in the greater Las 
Vegas area. The Stardust with 1461 rooms represented 
about 157o of all resort hotel accommodations on the strip 
and 13% in the greater Las Vegas area. Hughes was also 
in the process of acquiring much of the undeveloped land 
in "the strip area. 



12889 

Prior to filing the complaint we notified Hughes* 
attorneys and they iinmediately agreed to call off the 
merger. /^ c.^{^hyd.iiil Cc^-o^ LtAJ), 

2. Hughes - Landmark 



In August 1968 Hughes and the Landmark submitted a 
ist that the Department permit Hughes to acquire th 
Landmark under the failing company doctrine. The Landmark 



request that the Department permit Hughes to acquire the -. ,; 
had been under construction for a number of years and had ; 



been in continuing financial trouble. It had about 500 
rooms and would represent about 5% of the resort hotel 
rooms on the strip and 3.5% in the greater Las Vegas area. 

. We took the position that it had not been demonstrated, 
that there were no alternative purchasers and required the 
Landmark to make a new effort to find a purchaser. A 
number of would-be purchasers came forx^ard but none of 
them could come up with the cash and various stock exchange 
proposals were obviously unsound. 

Finally in December V7e reluctantly conceded that 
there vjere no alternative purchasers and permitted Hughes 
to acquire the Landmark. 



12890 

3. Parvln Dohrman 

Early in 1969 Parvin Dohrman began to acquire hotels 
on the strip and we started an investigation whan it was 
announced that they were negotiating for the Stardust. 
However we concluded that we would not oppose the 
Stardust acquisition for three reasons: 1) Parvin Dohrman' s 
strip holdings were very weak, with the exception of the 
Stardust, 2) the International had just opened with 1500 
rooms and there were other announcements of other new 
entrants, and 3) Hughes was still the dominant figure. ' • 

In March of 1969 Parvin Dohrman informed us that they 
were:.negotiating.-tc>- acquirer th&r Riviera. with- 750. rooras^ .. .,. — ^ 
However before they were able to consummate the acquisi- 
tion Parvin Dohrman started to have trouble with the S.E.C. 
and the Nevada State Gaming Commission. 

B. Situation in Las Vegas 

In June of 1968 Hughes had entered the Las Vegas hotel 
business and it appeared that a number of other "respectable"' 
corporations were moving in: i.e. Parvin Dohrman, Continental 
Connectors, Levin-Towns end. In addition Kerkorian and 
Del Webb were already there and were considered "respectable". 
Later Danny's Restaurants entered the scene and there were 



12891 



rumors that Hilton was coming into the area and that 
Holiday Inn v;as going to put in a big resort hotel v;ith 
entertainment and gamii)g. 

In support of its proposed acquisition of the Riviera 
Parvin Dohrman made a fairly creditable argument that the Las 
Vegas area was in a state of expansion and development and 
that new entrants and the new respectability were going to * 
change the whole situation so drastically that we should 
permit them to make their acquisition and wait and see how 
the situation developed. They offered to keep the acquired" 
property separate and suggested that at some future date it 
would be possible to secure divestiture if it became ..■,_-_. .,.^_ 
necessary. 

In the last several months the picture has changed, . 
Firms like Paivin Dohrman and Levin-Towns end have lost 
their luster. Kerkorlan is in financial difficulties and 
Denny's doesn't seem likely to come into the Las Vegas 
..area. 

C. Proposed acquisition of the D^jnes 

Acquisition of the Landmark held up Hughes' market 
share in spite of the opening of the International. As 
a result Hughes still has about 227, on the strip and 20X 



12892 

in Las Vegas. The Dunes has about 87o of the strip acconmoda- 
tions and 6% in the greater Las Vegas area. Moreover the 
Dunes is considered one of the better hotels on the strip, 
at least by some elements of the Las Vegas community. 

The. proposed acquisition of the Dunes will be subject 
to state regulatory hearings and is bound to create con— 
.troversy, "Ehe. Hughes ,- Stardust matter was first raised 
by two dissenting members of the State Gaming Commission 

and it wasjoaly^the. seemingly hopeless- condition of the 

Landmark thatr kept down' dissent in the state agencies.. 
Moreover there^ is-- a good chance that additional "pros— 
^p ec t Ly e" -ptcrchas ers^ wrll'-jccma --fiorward' one a--i t • is- - atrrtounc sd-"" 
that the Dunes is being sold. Our prior involvement in 
the matters described above is well known and we will be 
asked to take a position. 

If there are overriding considerations which make it 



necessary to ^t.i:.aij^ our prior position on ^« Hughes' 
* acquisitions in Las Vegas we should tie the acquisition 
to the changing apd unsettled market structure as suggested 
by Parvin Dohrman and preserve our right to secure 
divestiture at a later date if it becomes necessary. 



12893 



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Mr. Mitchell -- Thursday, March 12, 1970 

8:15 Mr. Peller zi called & t. 

8:24 SAW Jack Landau 

8:24 Mr. Pellerzi called St t. 

8:50 Jack Landau c alled St t, 

8:52 Mr. Inge r soil c alled Ec t, 

9:00 Mr. Revercomb called & t. 

9:15 SAW Sol Lindenbaum 

9:48 Left with Jack Landau, "Pete Velde , 

Clarence Coster for Testimony before 
Subcte, #5 of House Judiciary Cte, , 
re: LEAA Aanendment 

4:20 Called DaVe Korman 8t t. 

o^:3S:" ?^ SAW^David_;B^ 

4:40 Sen. Stenrtis called &c t. 

4:57 Ret, Mr. Rehnquist's call & t, " 

5:00 SAW Dick MacLaren 



5:23 • SAW Don Santarelli 



5:28 Called Dave Norman & t. 



5:30 SAW Mr. Kleindienst 



5:35 Ret, Cong, Charles Jonas^ call Sc t, 
5:45 Left office with Mr. Kleindienst 



Calls 



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DUNES EXHIBIT 33 
Thursday, March 12, 1970 



Mr. Harrigan 
Mrs. Knauer 



Appts: 

8:30 \^ite House - Presidential Consumer Press Briefing 

12:00 Lxinch wA^C, BBW 

2:30 Patent Policy Committee (at Commerce Building) 

4:30 Johnnie Walters 

5:00 AG 



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Karc'a 26, 1970 



^IE3^QRAI^^3UM FOR THE ATTOR^ISY GENERAL 

Re: Howard Hughss -- Proposed 

Purchase of Dunes Hotels Las Vegas 



Earlier this month, you will recall that you asked me- 
to check into the antitrust aspects of a" possible purchase 
by Howard Hughes interests or the Dunes Hotel in Las Vegas, 
As I understand, the Nevada State Govermn^nt has concluded 
that the Dunes is presently hoodlum-owned and operated and 
it has reason to believe that Howard Hughes would buy it. 

I checked on earlier antitrust activity ard found that 
in 1968^ tx\& Antitrust Division prevented Hughes- frcni ac- _: ■i;>i 
quiring the Stardust. Tnis caaia about because in the period 
.April 1, 1967 to May 1, 1963, Hughes had made four acquisi- 
tions of resort hotols on the Strip, giving him 22*^ of all 
resort hotel accoEnniodations on the Strip and 20?4 in the . 
greater Las Vegas area. 

Considering nc.f capacity, we calciilate that Hughes* 
market share is x\cr.i approximately 207o. Acquisition of the 
Bunes would make this 26%. 

On March 12th, you and I discussed the situation and 
I pointed out that,, based on our prior e:-:periencaj the 
propo.'sed transfer to Hughes v?ould evoke substrintial interest, 
corment, and probably opposition. Sc.-a of the paople on the 
Kcjvada Gaming Go:nr?ission ara vary irr^jich cor^cemad over Hughes' 
present ir.arket share in the resort hotel business, particu- . 
larly because he seems to have bought up rsost of the vacant 



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land in the area also. I pointed out that th^ Gaming 
CcCTiission can get the hoodlusa out by starting licensa 
revocation proceedings. I also suggested that if the 
Ganing CorKaisGion found in connection with such a 
proceeding that there were no other legitimate and 
reasonable bids, v.^e would have no great difficulty in 
going along with Ho'.«ird Hughes' acquisition of the Dunes. 

We also discussed the possibility' that Parvin- 
Dohrsan, Levin-Tox-msend and Kerlcoriaa were reputed to be 
in financial trouble and that v7e might have a real problea 
if they should also want to sell and Hughes should want 
to buy. In this connection, we have soes indication of 
interest in the area by Hilton and Holiday Inn. 

I trust thati. the attached FBI report inaccurately 
records the understanding which the State Government 
received from the^ Dapairtment. 



RICHAED W. McLAHEN 
Assistant AttOT-ney General 
Antitrust Division 



12899 



DUNES EXHIBIT 36 



UNITED STATES GOVEliNMENT 

Memorandum 



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7.' y. 



' Assistant Attorney General date: March 23/ 1970 

Antitrust Division 

^OM : Director, FBI 

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subject: dunes HOTEL 
ANTITRUST 

Information was received by the Las Vegas , 
Nevada, office of this Bureau that on March 19, 1970, a 
representative of Howard Hughes contacted officials of 
the Dunes Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, and stated that 
Hughes had received assurance from the Antitrust Division 
of the Department of Justice that no objection v/ould be 
interposed to Hughes' purchasing the Dunes Hotel. Hughes 

reportedly offered $46,500,000, and assumption of all --- 

debts of the hotel, v/hich approximate $26,000,000. 

It is noted that the Dunes Hotel is owned by 
Continental Connector Corporation; however, the majority 
Of stock in Continental Connector Corporation is o-^meA by 
the former owners of. the_ Dunes Hotel , who are .still. ■ -"-t^; 
- 'operators thereof; v; .• ^^ :*-- ; - . .= .. 

Reportedly Hughes has indicated that he might 
raise his price to $55,000,000, plus assumption of the . 
$26,000,000 debt, which would make the total price 
$31,000,000. The Dunes officials advised Hughes that 
other negotiations were under way, that the Dunes 
accountants had not yet completed their projection of the 
tax position of the various officials in the event of a 
cash sale, and that it would take some time to reach a 
.definite decision. Hughes' representative indicated that 
Hughes wanted the hotel and intended to buy same. 

The above is furnished for your information. 



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!>-„ j&Ji.lKA.'J.-'.il 

Bity U.S. Savings Bards Kigularly an the Payroll Savings 2lr.r. 



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H to M DUNES EXHIBIT 37 Est. 2lVlif,Z 

P. 1 of 



f.',i--V-w. 

Bob - Kevrrda mind comparing the Harrah deal v/ith the Stardust. Let's 
coripare it to tha intent of the daal he has been leading us to believe for six 
nonths that he v;ould make, namely, a reasonable allocation of the $50,000,000 
between the Tahoe Club and the Reno Club (as v/as when v;e started talking to 
Harrah). A fair division of the 50 million package price for the two clubs and 
pay for the Tahoe Club the amount properly assignable to this club based upon 
50, as the price of the Tahoe Club plus the Reno Club. 



I feel the Gov. should point out to Harrah the obvious unfairness in encour- 
aging us for six months to believe the price will be based upon the general 
formula I spelled out above and then a complete reversal of his position and a 
deaand that we pay for the Tahoe Club alone the identical price he had been quotir 
for the two clubs combined in one package. I feel the Gov. ought to explain to 
Karrah that you don't treat friends in this way. Lets have the Gov. working on 
this. 



If we get Hairrahs I will back off of North Las Vegas. If not, I an more 
determined than ever that you see Dickerson and tell him if we are deprived from 
having Harrahs, as we had been led to expect would be made available to us, then 
I want the privilege of taking over the Silver Nugget as a substitute. 



1. Dickerson should be told that H purpose in Silver Nugget is to control 
the high-rise that could hurt landing patterns of JfLV airport. 

2. Also, since Maheu described the Nugget as catering to the trashy and 
criminal, K o-.mership v;ould clean it up, 

3. As an afterthought, H adds that M should never let Moe run this place, 
reasoning that Moe and his group are of the same criminal bent - this 
is Moe (whom hs hired and employed later?) 

4. He then urges Maheu to get FBI to urge sale of Stardust and Silver 
Slipper on Dickerson on same grounds. 

5. Then, getting back to Harrahs, get Governor to give it a last push. 



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p. 2 of > :l 



Now, if Dickerson wants to kaoi/ why v;e v;ould be interested in such a small 
club (th?.t has been catering to all of the people you describe so harshly) , then 
1 think you should explain that this club is threatening to erect a high-rise 
which we feel would constitute a safety hazzard to NLV airport which v/e have 
undertaken to develop. So v;e want to control the erection of t)\is structure to 
the end that it will not conflict with the airport. 

Now, also re. the club being a gathering place for NLV's less respectable 
citizens, all the more reason for us wanting to control this very dangerous 
gatherine place for less desirables to the result that it no longer continues to 
be a gathering place for the less desirable element. For this reason. Bob I am 
determined we under no circumstance bring Moe or any of his group in to run it 
under our control. This is the very, very last thing I feel we should do, so 
please don't discuss the Nugget with Moe or any of his group at any time. 



But I approve heartily of arranging a meeting between you and Dickerson and 
the Nevada head of the FBI (Ed. Dean Elson) . I urge you prearrange with the 
above head of the FBI that he will explain to Dickerson the urgency of our buying 
cut the Stardust and Slipper operating groups. At the same meeting, please try 
to arrange that Mr. FBI in Nevada will convince Dickerson also of the likewise 
XEportance of our buying out the Silver Nugget of NLV because of the criminal 
element now gathering there and the hope that under our management this would 
be discontinued. ... • 

So, Bob, please do everything possible to persuade the Gov. to motivate 
Harrah to sell on the basis he has led us to believe he v;ould do while va patiently 
swallowed these delays week after v;eek after week. 



However, against the possibility of coning up empty, lets have a program all 
set up and approved by Dickerson, under which we acquire Slipper, Stardust and 
Silver Nugget and under which all three will be approved as a part of a premise 
that we will make no further reques-ts for gatr.ing licensing in Southern Nevada. 
And, if they (Dickerson's corynission) desire, we will make that proiaise in a 
statatnant to the press. r.- ■ ■ ■ 



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12902 



llaoh File - 
3.F. File 
Mr. Rashid 
JJCoyle 
Chron. 



DUNES EXHIBIT 38 



Lyla L. Jones, Chlsf 

San Iran^iico Offic; 



JJCoyle :ir.sh 

April 26, 1983 



Jaoes J. Coyle 

San Frr'.r.cioco Office 



File: £0-273-037 



Pronosr-id CasQ Ar>:sir.st KU'i;hGS Tool Co., et al. - • " - 

SuT'poYtln'^ yeraorandfTn of Fact 

I , '..: ^ 

I rscor-pand tb^at the attached cctnnlaint ar^ainat Hu^vh-s 
lool uo., Lnateu ^.asorc iiOCeia, xao. cad Ucvara uughas ua" 
anoroved for xiling. The nroposad coajtjlair.c is deai^-d to 
rr^v-t t"-- n-ndin- ac<^.iisitirn by Hr-I-s of tbs Sta?d;;st 

for ^vivsiir 30 and I suggest that wa iira-^gdiately ascertain 
unothor '.J-shinT^ton is intsr^istad in filir- th^s case as wf» 
should file our complaint no later than ilay 30. * 

■■, ■. ■ .. SxA72:m7T 07 FACTS 

^ .-;-•- The^^Mts thSs 'far deveioTJsd'ara based uwa inforinatlon - 
subrjittcd to th3 writ^jr by Ric'.ard Gr=y, ?ttor--y fS-^,:!!? ' 
^T:"'''?n<^^^ r.u^,hes Tool Co. , and u-on scatistics a^^n-ari-■''^•n 
ttis 19o7 reoort of the greater Las Ve-as Chcrrrbar of Coz^orce > 
and the annual re rort oc the M^vsda Ga-.in- Counission for 
July 1, 1956 thrmigh June 30, 1S57. Sose of the factual 
conclusions in tnis lEsmoranduaj are also based on the inri-ar-'^ 
personal observations. *-"<= w^ri^ev s 

While we should further check out and refine some o<= th- 
tacts, the broad picture iirssented is auite clear and th^ "" 
esoGntxax facts are not raally in dis-rute. The iir-norf^nt 
taxn<» is to obtain a cnaedy determination from VJ-^s'^in-con 
f;nd imadiately -.rcnaro for a Dr-iiainary injunction^n-oc-e-^in^ 
by e-curxn3 tne services or an expert .;itnes3 v.ho can develop 
the ralevant racts in the forra of adnissible evidence. 



I a£srv i G:7 virti PJ^ci ia?!.! Cr-.y 

, .,"5: G"f?yj-as intarvlc^/ed at hi^ ofric- in 1.-^3 Ve-.-g op 
ycril ^^ ii.->o. He 13 a r-.rtr-r in tha H.^ustcn law fi^ o^ 
Andro-^3. Kurtti, C-n:-bell c< Jo-3s. According to ir-! Gr^^ 
hi5 rip renrssontad I'v. Huj^hes^' father and- has re-5res----H 
Hushes inccr-ots ever sines. ?:r. Gray has cersonally "beon 



12903 



LYLC L, J0:GS 

P3 3c> 2 

April 26, 1953 

dcvotin? his full tin's to the Hu^h33* interests for over a 
yaar and has be-an in Las Va^.as sinca J'arch of 1967. Utj until 
last wsclc his offices ^;«.ra in the Santis Hotol but last weak 

'rr:d z-^v-i his frr-ily tn T.-- Vc':.-3 : ut ir/'icct-^d that haVill"" 
r:2tain his '^crtnarrhip in th^ liouston la-.; firo c.ni wor.c for 
Eu^has on a fea basis. Mr. Cr?7 x^'orked for a nvraber of years 
on th2 Zl razo case nnd f-iclr that ?r:'2nd'2d Section 7, as 
interpreted by the Suirs-r.e Court, is v.:;r7 r^./aariin*. He tends- 
to be ruita conservntiva on sconcr.ic triTters and stated that 
IlujihiS has alraaciy rut too .:.ucn c"-h ir.io Las Vo'^as hotals 
and casinos. I got tha inir>r.^ssion that ha -jould not bo too 
u-*.h.7n-iy If ve tooh rctir>n to c'.'.r*.r.il fnt^ir.^ invastrrsnts by 
Hushes in hotels and casinos and that he mi^ht recoiarend 
cancellation on the Stardust if T:a .moved against it. ' 

According to !!r. Cray, the Ai.^hes oneraticna in. I'avada 
ere prlnarlly in the hands of thraa "oo-nla: Hu<»hes himself, 
Mr- Cray, and' Robert A. I'ahau. I s-^olte to ^'r, Ilahau on tha 
telephone but did not meet hiin nsrsonally. Ha is described 
by Mr. Gray as a fortrsr FBI a'»ent ^^ho has been in the public 
relations businass far about 15 yo^irs, xrith offices in Los 
An'^aLcs a-:id '7^ zhi.nz'cori, l).C. :.'.r. "'rh-iv.'s -^ublic rclatiors ■ 

firni has worked for l-i'.i-Th-'s on n n'rrher of irr*ttars and nr^sently 
y.T. y^ziheu is devotln'? his full tir-:: to I.'r. Hughes' O'^arations 
in Mev.?da. Hr. Itahcu is '>'»nara}.ly referred to as "Chief 
Executive Officer or Tiuihes i.;evada Or>ar.itions," but in fact ' 
he is still an indeoendent rrablic relations man working for _ ■ 
Hu3hes on a fee basis. 

"Mr. Gray stated th^.t all of the negotiations involving 
Hughes' Nevada onarations ware carried on by tir. ''aheu and 
and rr. Irny. Mr. I!i-'''he9 doBs not '^erronally »iarticirate in 
th'Mt I'.'t Tra ■:e.'5 all th": c^o.cirion.s cnJ trnnstnits orders and 
dlractions to Mahcni and Cray. 

All stoc>; in rv.'',hos Ton! Co. is o^mad by Mr. Hughes. 
AccordiiTi to Mr. Grny, Hu'th.^s nnvsr has any ironey rcrsonally 

t'aU Tcat ■c'f 'I'-e Hi.'-', in -^v-^r Li r -il ; > or.-/, ilu-'hes puts 
b''." ntoc^c i.T t'-a Tool •'1:">. ■■^^ .■•■; re;? l-ir-tr.jl -.jith. the Panic of 
;\Tn.^r^-ca. In r"ia eft*-"; acnui'ir.!.''^"."; in '.'h^^ L^s V/^-'ss area 
Hu~--es To'?! Co. h:\n -ci^ro-lly r-.v'iir-.:'; tha i-oal ascate in its 
O'-Ti r'."~a .?.nd I'r. II'j"'"'i'ft '"■'Tr. on'^^ I'.y f/.'tr^I.ita t'.\3 licanse to 
conduct the %cz\iuz c->erntian3 since under ITavada law it would 



39-340 O - 74 - 31 



12904 



LYLS L. JCZJES 

Paga 3 

April 28, 19S3 

be necessary to conduct a ccttprehenslve Investigation of the 
entire Hughes Tool Co. before It could be issued a license. 

I rcquosuod a -^rcnt deal oH specific infonration frcm 
Mr. (^vzy. I also reounstcd co->i'2G -of all treiaoranda, studies 
and other docurrents relatin::; to any acquisition or rroposad 
acquisition by Hu'f.has in I'cvada, and ;'r. Gray stated that he 
voulu, furnish all cuch cccu-ents eiccant sc:r.e ir.ar:oranda which 
ho l-.ad written Mr. Hughes that hs considered to ba privileged. 

Kor.jever he stated that because he was in the process of 
ooving his offices it trould be difficult to furnish detailed 
ir.fci— cticn or Tiaterials Irrr-eJiately. I ^iherefore left '.'ith 
hia a comprehensive list of inforcation and tnaterials and he 
promised to suboit all the r:-;cviested information and ir.atsrlals 
scnatitiie ourinT c'.n \;eeU of ■. -.y 6. I .j::c>er that there will 
not ba irany such docvnnents and that they vjill not be particularly 
inforTHitiva. Accordin.':* to lir, "ray, all decisions have baen 
made by Uv. Eughas and there have been vary few VTritten studies. 
Apparently Hughes generally sends Mahau or Gray cut to males 
an investigation or entar into negotiations and thay raport ~ ; '■ : 
bach to him in person T;ithcut "nuttin!:; much down on paper. 

The firct matters discussed were the television station, 
ranch and raining property acquired by Ku.^hes in Las Vegas. 
Mr. Gray stated that so far as he knew, Kr. Hughes had made 
no studies or formulated any plans to change their operations 
in any way. lie stated, hOT:e\'ar, that Hr. Irjr,hes did intend to 
bring some of the manufacturing activities of Hughes Tool Co. 
to Las Ve;^as and has issued a press release to that affact. 
Ko decision has been made as to t.hich activities v;auld be 
located in Las Vegas and no corticular ^.round had been acquired 
as a site of th.ose activities. II'!'^hes has also offered to 
construct a "true jet aee air-ort" in Las Ve,~.as and Hughes 
is already cotmdLtted to under;;riC:c a feasibility study on 
such an air-io-rt. If Che feasibility study indicates that such 
an airport is nccsible, Iii.'.?;he3 'rill th-;n build the air>-;rt and 
sell it to the City at cost, Ic.cs the value of I'cCorraa Field 
(preS'^ntly rcr.-.od by t!'.3 Cl::y) i:'. Icb ^.'ould be transferred to 
IIu:;he3. iJr. Cray hr-s unr''crtnh;-;u to ccmnile S'-iocific Ir.for- 
u-ation which I requested \:±zh r-^::~ect to the've eccuisitions 
and will cujmit it tc.^ethcr vith relevant docvm ents. 

We then discussed the I-u^hies' acquisitions of hotels and 



12905 



LYLZ L. J0:.33 
April 26, 1963 . 

othar esta'u listener. t3 on clie Las V«2gas "Etrio". In avory 
Instance, Ihighaa and Hughes Tool Co. haya acquiired tha hotel 
or casino in quastion from a corporate entity although they 
ara apparently vary closely held. 

iiU'^^hes acquired t;;e Desert Inn in April lvu7. The 
Desert inn is a lar^e resort 'tocsl located en the Las Ve^as 
"Strip". It was originally acquired directly by llughas but 
was transferred to Hughes Tool Co. which now ov.nis it. 

Hughes Tool Co. acquired tha Frontier directly fron its 
e?vistinc^ c.mers in t:-vnirb'3r 1037. Tha Trcntier -.'.".s r. l::r-7D 
nat* resort liotel vhich had only been operated tx;o conths '.rh.ea 
it was acquired by Ilurr^hes and at this tine it vas not caUing 
ceaey and its owners were having financial proLleas, howevar, 
it has now cooa aroun'd to a break even point. 

In 1C67 Iluqhes E-cquir-^d Sands, Inc. v.'hich o-^oirates Tlia 
Sands Hotel. Tha Sands is a large resort hotel which is very 
profitable and is the irost lu^curicus hstel t'.iat Hughes ctrnas. 
Early this year. Sands, Inc. acquired the Castaways wliich is 
a gai^ll hotel with, a casino and restaurant and located directly, 
across' the street frotn The Sands. It was not iDrofltabla at - -^ 
the ti~e it was acquired and it is net now orofitabla. llr. 
Cray states that it is a Lad investment. 

At the tinia I talked to Mr. Gray he stated that subject 
to the approval of the Stata Caiaiag Ccmission, Kughes Tool 
would acruira the renewable lease on the Silver Slipper at 
Kidnight on Aoril 30, 1951, subject to the annroval of the 
State. Tha Silver Slinper is a ccmbination casino, restaurant 
and theatre. It is located between tha Stardust and the 
Frontier- Ori ■finally it had been Dlanncd tliat tha Silver 
Slipi'-er, to5ether with the Stardust (discuscad telow) would be 
r.cquir^ti en TaicniV-it :'j.rch 31. Tha rc.ison for schcduli:;:^ tha 
acquisition lor midnivit L'arch 31 is tizat: tp.y.as ara levied 
against casino ooeraticns on a cruarterly bn-jis nnd arc T5.'.ia 
by the licatinee o-i-jrntin'.^ th-5 casino. If the license is 
transferred during; the quarter, there is no rebate and the 
new GV'ner crurit rs^ay tha t:ix. In t'^.a case of the Silver 
SiJ-i-oorj irhis mern." c';at ilu^'i,-=.s inust ^'^y a tax of !;50.??0 
even th.ouf!: the -^rior orerators have airea-Iy paid a ^50,000 
t-ix, Iiowi;v3r l.r. Cr.iy ntatid chat thoy wax-e '.-illin^ to ^v.y 
t-;-2 $50, COO ta;: and tr.e "conV' w<iald vnll through if t';e 
acquisition is not ccn^uixiatGcl on April 30. 



12806 



LYUP. L. JO?TES 
Pa^a 5 •■ 

April 26, 1963 

As indicated, Hur;he3 had also entered into on agrasment 
to acquire the Stardust at the sane tijxe he was acquiring the 
Silver Slinnar even though thsy vrere oxjnsd by different grouos. 
H'V72V5r, a? In f:V"^ r^.r-"^. nx. fr-? ?;^lv?r r^TI.-^nor. t'7(=> ?mroval of 
tLia u'aain:? Cor.:iii33icn '..'33 <.laia>oc; '.:Lv..\ Z-v:i rsnult t:i:it tha 
acquisition could not be concuimatsd by larch 31. Tha 
quarterly t2:s. on the Stardust is S250,000 find Lr. Gray indicated 
that tha nartisa ware not willing to pay double taxes for tha 
pr23ant quarter. Z'oriiover tiv^ra is no d^nso^ of tha deal 
falling through provided it can be coasucmated by June 30. 
Th3 Stardust i3 a vary lar^a resort hotsl with a casino, 
several restaurants and l,iO0 roon=:. it also has a country 
club and a golf course. It anauaily sronsors the Tournament 
of Choi^piona. 2!r. "ray refers to tlia otard'-iGt as n "s'.iirt 
sleeve operation" and- it is wall known in the Las Vesas area 
for offariai; rooms in a con-ilots resort hotel on tha '"GtriT^" 
ot rainiiLun! r.rices. (A jriiuizr.i n rocni iiC tha crontier is 3lo 
and the miniizum rooo at tha btardust is $3.) . . , . . 

Under the present agresxent, Hughes Tool Co. will 
acquire title to the Stardust and Hughes personally is 
seeking a license froa the Gsmins Cosnission. The Stardust 
TTill than ba o^i^arstBd jointly by Hu'^has and Kuc;h-i3 Tool Co. 
Ku^has plans to nut ut his sjcock in .lughas Tool Co. in arc.-2r 
to secure cash to acquire tha Stardust. 

According to Mr. Gray, the cwnershio of properties already 
acquirad and about to be acquired has r;enerally lodeed 
gaabling characters who refer to each other as r)artners and 
conduct their operations on a very personal basis. Mr. Gray 
stated tliat in addition to Mr. I'aheu, who is a former i'3I 
agent, a nvnnbar of other etmloyees in Hughes Tool Co. in tha 
Las Vegas area are former Internal Revenue poonle. Hr. ILihcu 
is all<J5sd to be a very close friend of the rBI r.T.ent in charge 
of the Las Vegas office and Mr. Cray states that the F:II, 
Internal Revenue and la--? enforcement accents generally are very 
n;lad to see IIu'^lics cotra in end acquire gacblinc; i-aterests 
from less desirable o'.-mors. 

Mr. Gray is also j^ettinr; tea orofit and loss stat^srencs, 
balance sheets, ^^;^d copies of r^ll rncntinitif^n at^rscitonts. 
He ia also 5^oln?j to obtain or nrer'ars brenkdn-ms Bh'5T-;in':; 
revenue by it;-r3 (i.e. fron "'^r'l-lin''., fooJ end bav^ra-.-js, 
hotnl ro-rrs, etc.) lie stnt-'^d that nothiiT', is "frsa" in L.-.3 
Vegas anyaore and tliat tha resort hotels t-ake a profit on 



12907 



Fa~« 5 

Arril 2G, 19''>T 

evarythin-^. The Stort!ust is a very ^^ood oneratlcn which shews 
a re3»>2ctable nrofit on tootds and food. 



lTr» t^3n discu'js??? tb? F.'r.p.T? or all roorss V7hich Hu'^''!a3 
and uunh'»s Tool Co. vould control. I'r. '"rray stated that • 
alr''?'Jv Ku:^he3 has 2,00-') rnTr-j .^rd the 3terr?v.?.»: ^'ould add 

Association p.nd n^t a firura of 17,000 as tha total nunber 
of rooms withi.^i a thr.t'o riilo r.idJ.us of tho Caiiv^ntion Contar 
on tie Lci3 Ve;a3 ''itrio'. '..'2 eitimarad thvit iiughes would 
control about 217, of all roorrs in ths area. 

He also "nvG ca a cooy of th.?. r;iT^ort of tlia Las Va'^ao 
Chamber of Con^rerce which shovs that thsra ara 9,091 hotal 
rooms and 20,QoA roorrs of all kind.T availal-ls in t^io 'iraatar 
Las Vegas area. I have also included asarKet shares based 
upon thaae figures in tha proposed coaplaint. 

-"— ■, •'■ Uhon' c^Tia^tionsd c.-j to tha tot?.l raver.'joa of rha "rof^-Drtics 
in ouastion, llv. Gray i'."idicat:oJ that riuch inatarial was not 
readily availaula buc i-rctriGcd to ci^tai-i it :;or ;r.a. ila 
fumishad ma ^7ith a stateniont sno%in.(^ taxable ^ross revenues 
frca painin?^ praoarad by fchn Gtate C-e.niin'?, Corrr^issioa. It 
sho^vcd that in tha ferlod July 1, 1966 to Juris 30, 1967 tha 
six Icadinc* casinos (all of which ware in ra^ort hotels) in 
Las Vs.gas, enjoyed the following gross revamia from ganiins. 

1. Dunas $16,365,93^ 

2. Sands 15, 50?, 7-^3 

3. Sahara (T>al 17a-b) ' 15,i'-3-'- ,f 67 

4. Stardust 13,2-5,095 -" 

5. Caor:?rS Palace (3/-^) 10. 10.'^, .509 

6. 71 -'tnia-ro 9,751,605 

1gs3 tctal via. TTia oro-> is ill chi-'-s "-urc^n^c^d and cv2ry 



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Page 7 

April 26, .19&3 

coin played in a slot n^chine. Obviously the sana coin icay 
be playad a nunber of tiff.33 in day's play. Tha gross \rLa ±3 
the total rjsount paid out to redeem chiDS plus the total 
^■z.::j.::c r,;;iu cue ^7 .:-ia 2iou r^jcr.ir.o. — j_":j ;■.:*. a in, o'-viccsly 
th2 2an:a coin cay La oaid out a nirrbar of tirres in a day's 
play. Rou.7hiy, tha ftross taxaola ravenua is the gross incoTca 
, to the casino froni g-^rnoling lefcre onaratins; expenses such 
as tha salary of tha dealers cnO. tha cost of the oquiT-rnnt 
is deducted. Caesar's Palace, vhich appears on the above 
listing, x:2.s' only in operation nine months during tha 1366- 
1967 season., 

Mr. Gray also suonlled the followin'» estirnato of »ro3s 
revenues f rctn gaming for calendar year l'J&7 by the operations 
already acquired and to be acquired by Hughes: . 

;>. , , -_ Sands .. ^ . $16,000,000 ^ „ ^,. 

■ ' Stardtat - 13,500,000 

5;,^^-;^ ;c^,i^J)^ert Ina-vv;^A ;^v-^-.^ -"'^^^ 10,000,000 ^ :..,.._ :.^_ ,; 

Frontier 6,000,000 "' ' 

'_'-■ ":-_, / . Silver Slipper ^ • . ". ■.■:-.:-.■ .A, 000, 000 . . " 

Castaways 2,500,000 

-..-.^[■/i "Total . ^r^^].-\.':'',^:.:: 52,000,000 ': .:";'..-„ 

Mr- Gray also gave cs the annxial report of the State 
Gamin'; Cor^ission vrhich shows that net revenue f ron 't:^tE!in<» in 
the .?;reatar Lns V:^=T2S area v.'ts $199 rrillirin in the lvJ'i-1967 
•fiscal year.' ilr. Gray stated tiiat thay fitr-rad the total 
revenue i'ronj .■?;aninf^. for tha cntira 1^57 ficcal y^^ar to be 
around P/J.00 Trillion. On this basis, all of tha casinos accuired 
and about to ba acquired by ilue.has account for about 26 1/2Z 
of all g.:is:in3 in tha greater Las V-Dijai. r.ran. 

llr. Cray auooliad a firara of ?3S inillion as the i~oss 
rsver!tie fron sources nthipr t>.^n rrrnin:; on tha Stardust. When 
questioned n3 to Cha ctl'ort; he Ktited thnt: ho t/as unable to 
supply an exact fi;7^rc and su,3,t;astad that ha thought a figure 



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LYLZ L. JO!.^S 
Anril 2u, ISoC 

in the 039-/O y^iillion rcr/re would ba ^iretty close. 1 pointed 
out thit this rr!'^rcs(^nt2d n f^r rrraller ratio to j^nin" than 
In the cnsa of th<2 Stnrduit, hut hs said ha thought it V23 
nrcbably corr-ict sinc3 th^ Stnrdust has 1,509 roonis vhiJe 

Mr. ^r2y stntad that th.T oon'sinoration to ha vnx-i for 
the 5t.-.rcust was $30.7 million zrA that ihi-^has ^/ould h.^ve e 
total of P-T^roxinistely 'tl'SD Trillion itivostod in Las Ve^as 
hotels and casinos after the Stardust acqiiisition. 

Resort Hotals "^ ' 

The 3*? nage brochure, nublishcd by the Chsmber of Conferee 
of the Creator Las Ve-as Araa for 1957-1063, °-r3hasi=es the 
various tourL.Tt -■^trtr-TflcT^ c'J'C'^rcd ^v L'-.^ T"?"''.s. Zn •'o c^r^ln''" 
it placed 'zmat strops en r'fa Las Vo'3p,s ciir'>ii:o, the triuter 
and s'lrrmar shorts, the the?ttrical cnt':^rt?TiTTt-ont and the ■ - 

convention facilities, inci-Lt-^in-r the ''rarit~-tic ^^evelor^cnt 
of convention and banouet facilities in the resort hotals 
alon^:- the^faned- Las -Vc.^as;' Strip'-". ; The net ravenua es:r>onded - 

^"TT tourists T^reah^ doT-rrt to a'^'^ro'^itr^tel'* —0^ "^or '^■.'nr'^T^'"* '"*^'' 
63% for r^:-r;--e:',/if^ro3 ether thrin "CTir-T end '.'hiic t'-re C'T-zz.-iz 
of Corr*rerce old not and '^h-'.d.crnly oo-.ilrf not i^ora 'znjnir.r^ ?x~d 
casinos, they '.7ere Tntuiist.al'ably orotrayod as only part oi the - 
attraction of Las Ve:;5a3. • ' * ! 

I alro rrot the iir'^rrscion frrjn lir. Civay that the Hughes ' / 

orf^anization is alro cr^-^hnsiniin'^ the over-all tourist attraction / 
of Las Ve^as in its resort hotels and I believe that a conolaint 
couched in those terrs votjid he in accord TrLth the facts as 
Hu'-.hes, the bMPiness ccrmniity of Las Va^as and the Las Ve^as 
District Court ?;ee thTn. 

I also askai V.v. Ciray •'.rhtithar I^-^hes bad told the Htate 
Crjrd.v.'', Cn-rr?.i<3aion that h.e :r-?u'!d rahe no t^irther ncquisiti-^ns. 
Mr. Cr-y ^t^to'l th:it m zv.zh c^rmitr'or.t had "'i^.^n rn,ade. TT'.a 
only cor-.'itrcnt \tc.s a r.tatotr^nt by 2!r. Z'.ihevi th.at Ku^hes bed 
no pra^rnt '"•lans to r-:-":lr3 cT,y rt-^re canines. ' 

TT"?re c^n ha lltf'; r''-.i-.t: L'-'>.t -zhn .-~er-?.t:ion of r^-ort 
hotels are a direct and ir'-^oi'tant rart oZ int.?rstats ccrrr^arce. 



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Page 9 
Jiprxl 26. 1963 

These hotels expend substantial sums of money for national 

acvertxsm-, buv ,.,i^lficant nu^.ntitieG of food and bev^a-« 
eiGoioy nacionaiiy i:no-.m encorcainicent tigutes and arra-v- ' 
£or tncni to cosia laco Las Ve-as to oerforta and thay induce 
tourists CO trav3i to I^s Ve jas frcm other states to oatronise 
thexr establishments, htr. Gray states that a recent court 
decision has held tnat Las Vegas gacbling is interstate 
co^nnercs. 

_ There also seems to be little question that HuRhes is 
unitin;; m a sin'^Ie control, a nunber of inoortant former 
ccr.p3titors in the rosort hocsl businsss. Under the toachinc 
of the horizontal Section 7 cases, such a union of forn-r 
conoetitors in a single firm tends to have a dannenine effect 
upon competition. ^ «j.i.ecc 

^ Although there has been soce entry into the resort hot«l 
business there are si^ificant barriers in the fom of finaiicial 
. invesccent, risk, shorta.ge of sites alon^ the '"Strio" a " '^'•^'■ 
specialised :cnow-hctr and iceetin? tha requiras-nts of'tha " ""''^• 
gaming boards, ^:oreov.3r the •■entrants^' seem !>enaraUy 'to b» 
n3'.7 -otoiG cuxlt by a prasanc onerator of an sxiscin" h'^t-'^ 
(I.e. Caesar s Palace was built. by the crmer of the i^lariiir.-o) . 
Finally there have bean two notable failures by hotels whi-h 
ware opened at spots a few blocks off the "Strio" and wer^"" 
forced to close because they just couldn't attract enou.c^h 'trade. 

If xi/e are to follow the mandate of Conc^ress and the recent 
victories we have won in the courts, I do not see any good 
reason for not orocaedin'; in this natter. 

He should not be deterred frora n!ovin<? against Hughes 
because ,7,aicDlin^ is an tcportant oart of his onarations 
ihe resort hotels orovide a niinber of services and the stati— 
tics s.iot; that bj>i of the total exnenditures by tourists in 
Las Vcas are for items ot:-.-r than s^anblin^. An over^.-K^lnino- 
percfDntc^e or these extjenditurss f^oes to the resort hotels "' 
ana ta-v are a ii-anm-rrui line of coazaerca ^raich is recor^niaed 
and acc5r>ted m Lzi Ve-^as. .^^.^^^^i 

Uoitlv-r should ve l^ave istnblir.'^ out of our Dronos^d 
coTnnl^.ir:^_oicav3.^. licenses /-re issued by the State. T'..- sta^e 
13 o:ri:.-irxiv mtaragtod in tha financial solvency and nor<»l 
cp.aro.ctor ot t.is licenn-e. So far as I know, it does notV-ve 
a respcrtsibility to nroniotc con^netition or prevent ffiono-o^vT 



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LYLE L. JONES . 

Pa<?e 10 

April 26, 1963 

I beliave that the prooosed complaint, which treats gaming as 
one of the actlvltlas cf a resort hotel, conforms to actual 
"bT*. TT"* .?'^ '^. '""ct" i?'^'^ ^'"•'"'d '^.^ti *^'*'^~'.7.*^ otr*^'??^ t'^'^ f^^^^.rtr^Tit to 
criticiOTi jfor eita^r Dasiir^ its cr.sa a'.itirely on f^an^uiin^ or 
atterritino: to hida tha fact that ;ian'b1ins is an important 
Industry in Las Vegas. 

Iloreover thera are other reasons why Hughes whould be 
stoncad aZ this tisia. It is contrary to our basic concaot 
to t^ar^lt one individual or one £lm tr> control 1/5 of th3 
econofflic activities of a city of 250,000 neoola. Already 
coluninists such as Art Buc'r^ald are conTnentin?^ uoon the 
nuchas acquisitions and iciDlyin^;, with so'-E2 justiflcatica, 
that he is in the process of accuiring the entire Stats of 
Nevada- The oronosad case would ansv/er such lipolied criticisni. 

Now that we have cocmenced an ittvesti^tlon ,of Hughes, 
1 fear that our failure to 3to-D the n«^ndin2 acouisition will 
be intarpreted as a green light and would er-barrass us if v;e 
sought to intervene in a subsequent acquisition, ^?oreovor, 
there are indications tliat other resort hotal establishsants -■>-" 
in the Tris Vc<ras area r-ny be on the var^e of cotnbinatinn and 
a siti:::ticn rr.^iy cavelon in T/hich a few L.Uoixi333 entities 
control virtually all cf the GconoTnic activities of Las Vegas 
and perhaps of the entire State or Hevada, ■-■■ - •- - 

Thare is littla nerit to tha arsjuraent that Kughes will 
sotnehOT7 clean an undesirable elanent out of the Las Vec^as 
coinnmity. Most monooolists have used such an argument but 
the law does not favor vi';ilanta or "cxtra-lc^al'' enforcecsnt. 
I do not beliava we should abdicate enforcement of tha antitrust 
laws on the theory that duly constituted law anforcesient 
agencies are incapable of enforcing the law without 
assistance rroa Hughes. 

The ccrrnlaint challenfies an acquisition by a "corrysration" 
V/'lthin th'i c.oanin'', of Section 7 of the Clr.ytcn Act. IIu;];'.ie3 
Tool Co. is, in fact, p-oin^ to nc-uira the Stardust although 
IHoT.'.T-d Jiu^haT is '^ettlr.':; tha liceiT^a to o-erata tha casino. 
Cart-ninly this :'?•. at li^'t ?n acnr:isiticn of a "r>art" of tha 
asoocs Unltcid "'esort i'-^tcls. Inc. and ths effect cay be 
Eubstuntially to la.'-ron corr-^^titicn. ■ oreover, the ^cc 
covarr. ^lircct end indirect crcnuioiticns r.vA Hu-^has Tool Co. 
and :-:o:nrd Hu'^heg h-.v^ h-^an al-ost inextricably bound together 
in tha nast acquisitions. 



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LYLS L. JONES 

Pa?,e 11 ."• '-.:"' ■- 

April 25, 1968 - '. ' •• . .:. 

The proposed ccjtnplaint does not seek to undo any con--- 
sunasated acquisition. Indeed, the added nroblem of State 
'Ssipin^ Corsiission annTToval miqht ra'.ce such relief vsrv 
difficult i^- not x:-:o3Giui-3. -i-.a ccs-;iaint: ser^ly sealcs to 
stoD a Tjondin;:? accuicition c:nd I believe such an action 
would be very nopular. Kany peonla in Las Vefjas were happy 
that Huqhes casia in and thay ware ^lad to see hia cake soae 
acquisitions, but fsal he has I'.oris far enough in the hotel 
business. In iny view they would breathe a collective si<»h 
of relief if the Federal Court fi^^uratively held un its hand 
and said "'keen what you have but con't go any further into 
the hotel business". 

If wa are to move promptly and effectively ve should - 
file our complaint well in advance of the consummation date 
and saak to consolidTite cur notion for -nreliriinary injunction 
with a trial oa the merits as suggested by the recent amend- 
ment to FRCP 65. This would nlace us in a stror^ position" 
with the Court and might result in Hu<?he3 backing down en the 
Stardust acouisition. To do this we should iinniediately find 
^an outside expert to make a study of the Las Vegas area for 
us and to nrepara an affidavit vithout waiting; until the 
coa-^laint is apcroved for filin-;. In tha iraantime, the 
proposed complaint should be sent to ^Jashin'^ton for revi3W 
and final approval while we are completing the field -.roiic. 



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UNITED STATES G RNNfENT 



J} 



D£PART\fENT OE JUSTICE 
JJCoyle:ia 

date: July 11, 1968 
File: 60-273-037 




Memorandum/ [%. 

TO : Baddla J. Rashld 

Director of Operations 



FROM \^ Lyle L. Jones, Chief 
San Francisco Office 



subject: Statements Made by the Attorney for 
Howard Hughes Before the Nevada 
Gaming Commission 



A transcript which we have just received indicates - 

that on April 30, 1968 Mr. Richard Gray, attorney for 
the Hughes interests, appeared before the Nevada Gaming 
Commission and made certain statements which may be 
relevant to possible discussions in Washington. 

1. Mr. Gray made a very definite commitment that 
there will be little or no change in the management of 
the Stardust. This- would seem to eliminate the argument 
that the acquisition should be permitted because it will 
somehow improve the moral caliber of the people running 
the Stardust. Specifically, Mr. Gray made the following 
statements at pages 43-44 of the transcript: 

. . . fortunately as far as the Stardust is 
concerned, one of the ablest men I think in 
the hotel business; we're going to keep 
Al Benedict, who is now President of the Nevada 
Resort Association and is General Manager of 
the Stardust, is going to stay and the casino 
operators, the managers of the casinos are going 
to stay. ... I should say as far as the 
Stardust is concerned, there will be very little 
change; the people are there and that's one 
. reason that we were interested in it in the 
management area. 

2. Mr. Gray also indicated in his public statement 
that somehow the Federal Bureau of Investigation was v;ork- 
ing with Hughes in determining which citizens were 
undesirable and should be gotten rid of in the casinos 
which Hughes has acquired. The_ propriety and truth of these 

' ' it ^ -•'' 






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Baddia J. Rashid 

Page 2 

July 11, 1968 



remarks seem questionable as I am sure no branch of the 
Federal Government is working with any private employer 
(except perhaps in cases involving national security 
under very strict safeguards) to determine which citizens 
shall lose their jobs because they are "undesirable". The 
specific statement referred to appears on pages 35-36 of 
the transcript and reads as follows: 

DR. DAVIS [member of the Board] : Have there 
been any efforts to determine any undesirable 
personnel, if you can think of them? 

MR. GRAY: Yes, sir, oh, yes, sir. We've 
made that effort and with the assistance of the 
Gaming Control Board staff and the law enforce- 
. ment officials in Clark County and the Federal 
Bureau of Investigation, V7e have gotten rid of 
certain individuals because x<ie felt that V7e were 
here to cooperate with all of the police officials 
and recommendations were made to us and, so far as 
I know, they were always followed because we have 
attempted to check everybody who is on our 
payroll . . ,■ 



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Oaly 25, 1968 V\ J'-iL j: ^ ■- 

The Jlonora'ble Ramsey Clark 

The AtLorr.sy General of the United States 

Washington, D. C. 

Dear General Clark: 

Certain activities of the Anti-Trust Division of the De- 
partment of Justice lead me to lay before you this statamant 
of Nevada's position in the form of this letter to you. 

Late in June, representatives of the Hughes Tool Company, 
acting under threat of suit by the Anti-Trust Division, 
entered a "gentlemen's agreement" delaying Hughes Tool's 
acquisition of the Stardust Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas 
for a period of ninety days. 

This agreement, at least temporarily, has blocked a $30.5 
million transaction which had the full approval of the State 
of Nevada and was to become effective at midnight on June 
30, 1988. ■ ■ . • 

Immediately and precipitiously before the effective date, -._ ' • 
the Anti-Trust 'Division made kno\7n its intentions and jeo- '." 
pardized the employment of 2,000 people in the Stardust 
enterprise. A transfer of ov/nership and assets of a Ne- 
vada casino is a highly complicated procedure at time of 
closing, involving cash, licensing, personnel and many other 
contingencies, much of it, when there is interruption of ' 
the process, conducive to civil litigation over the complex 
contracts. 

The approval of the Hughes' acquisition of the Stardust flotel 
v/as not given lightly by the Stated. It followed extendt^d 
and intensive study and two public hearings of the State Gam- 
ing Policy Board, which is comprised of the Governor ar.d the 
full membership of the Nevada Gaming Commission and State 
Gaming Control Board. The proposal had been working inside 
the State for several months. 

We were acutely av/are that Hughes' acquisition of the Stardust, 
their sixth casino on the Las Vegas "Strip", raised Very sig- 
nificant questions relating to monopoly. The State undertook 
the massive task of answering them before the application ever 
came up for formal action by the Board and Comjaission. /f^ .r'"p."y ^"1~ 

One phase of this investigation dealt with the position of 

i'?7i '!'! '^1 \^-'^ 

I »— / 1 W -.J I— O _ - I *< • J sJ 



J \i-'^ 111 .>\v;i.-! 



12916 



July 25, 1963 
Pogo Two 



pcomiricnco the Kughus ip.ccroscs v.-ov. Id r.Ltciin. in this legal 
^;evadii industry if the c:pp].icotion woro approved. i'igures 
derived from tMs stv.dy r-:;vcalcd tV.ot, v/iti". t:'.c Stard-'.st, 
the Hug:ie3 interests would co;''-trol 14.3 p-^rccat ol the gross 
gaining revenue in the State, as cor^pared to 13.1 percer.t for 
the Ilarrah interest and 11.0 percent for Webb's Consolidated' 
Casinos . 

After due deliberation, it v/as determined that this is not 
monopoly but contributes, on the contrary, to a v/holeso.-nsly 
competitive situation. 

I am sure you are av;are of, some of the continuity in this 
matter. This Administration recognized, on taking office, 
that certain problem areas existed on the Las Vegas "Strip" 
and took energetic and specific remedial steps to alleviate 
them. We cooperated with the Justice Department and Federal 
agencies fully and instituted accounting procedures and vi- 
gorous enforcement on the State level, along v/ith more strin- 
gent licensing requirements. These have been universally 
acknowledged as effective. 

At the same time, and in keeping with the historical develop- 
ment of casino structures in Nevada, our Legislature took 
cognizance and enacted legislation enabling gaming control 
agencies to license highly complex corporate structures. 
Legal gaming casinos go through the same econo.mic phasing 
as ordinary businesses elsewhere in the country, from the 
primitive operations in the days of Boulder Dam construction 
to the more highly developed hotel casino complexes of the 
1950s, to^ the highly sophisticated, all-encompassing recre- 
ation-hotel-casino enterprises of today. "" ^^ ' . 

The legislation enabling the State to license highly complex 
corpoate structures represented a basic change in philosophy 
and contemplated the entry into Nevada's legal gambling of 
large hotel chains and other types of business and investment 
and laid the grovmd work for multiple ownership of hotel 
casinos. 

In the v?ake of these improvements and the clear demonstration 
the State was able to take care of its ovm problems and v/as 
indeed doing so, the Hughes Tool Company sav/ fit, as others 
have, to become investors in this industry and in others hare. 

Again, in the light of the continuity stated, the diametrically 
opposed objectives of two divisions of the Justice Department 
do not become clear. 



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July 25, 19Ga 
Pj-jO TJ'.rce 



After t:ev^")da's seriov.s sLv.dy awo. public considcrii tioii "of all 
the factors hcrorir.o o;'. po;;i.ib]o monopoly, v/u can- f i.p.d no locjol 
or factual basis - r^o prcccdnr.L cxiats anywlvcire - for the 
Federal inovo. \so car. fitid no valid criteria for the Ar.ti- 
Trust Division's assuwing jurisdiction in this case. 

It does become clear in the Nevada context, on the basis 
of the facts preseated to the Ganiing Control agencies here, 
that no casino-monopoly exists in Clark County, the State of 
Nevada, or in interstate co.Tjnerce. Certainly r.o business with 
monopolistic tendencies is being conducted in Nevada to the 
detriment of like businesses in surrounding states since gam- 
bling is not legal in those states. 

The Hughes Tool Company is not the largest hotel ov/ner in the 
U. S. There are far greater concentrations of single owner- 
ships of hotels and control of rooms in other states. These 
are in interstate commerce without question. The Hughes Tool 
interest in hotels is centered in Las Vegas and operates v/ith— 
in the confines of Clark County, Nevada. 

There is no question that the Imposition of anti-trust laws 
under these circumstances penaliEes Nevada businesses simply 
because they are participating in an enterprise that has been 
legal in this State for the last 37 years. 

Nevada is the only state among the 50 to have legalized casino 
ganOaling. Our decisions concerning gambling do not transcend 
state boundaries. . -_ 

There appears no validity to any contention these businesses 
are in interstate commerce. 

The end and only result of an anti-trust action of this type 
that I can see is drastic and permanent damage to our eco.^.omy 
as this State tries desparately to broaden its economic base 
only to find the confidence of potential investors shaken by 
Federal movements against various segments of its business. 

Nevada stands at stark disadvantage in comparison with other 
states, necessitating the best and broadest economic develop- 
ment v/e can accomplish v/ith the means at hand. The Federal 
government owns over 60,000,000 acres of this vast State or 
87 percent of it. Some of our counties find them.selves in 
the awkward position of having 1 percent of their land in non- 
Federal ownership. V7e are a desert state and arid. By the 
nature of the State, our economic base is narrov/. After many 
years of struggle, we stand now on the threshold of promise. 
Our economic interests nov/ go far beyond casino expansion. 



SfATe or NEVADA 



12918 



July 25, 1968 
Pogc Four 



I am confident yoi: recocjniza, in viov; of the exist-i-.g >;evada 
*-""'•'", the particular severity of an acnio-^ of this fcvo-» " 
State. "~ ^*^" 



textu 
on the S 



If suit IS instituted and this most assuredlv is no form oe 
threat but simply is offered as a factor in your legal ^valu- 
ation of whether or not to proceed, we would be faced v/ith 
no alternative other than to intervene and oppose the action 
wxth all the resources of the State. 

ThajrvX— you. ' ■ 

f ) 

Sincerely/ . 

GOVERNOR OF NEVADA 
PL/sjp 



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DUNES EXHIBIT 41 ' ■^. I ■ 

Files 

Co-rey.Unit / SV'aoserstroa:RAH:E>Z:ed 

Mr- Zi~jr.erT.^n^ 

Mr. V.'ass'^i'stron " . 

Mr. Vvhittinghill 

Mr. Rashid EMZ:RAH 

UAG 60-273-037 



Chrcno 



Honorable Paul Laxalt 
Coventor of Usvada 
Carson City, ilavada S9701 

Dear Govc;mor Laztalt: 

Tna Attoniay General has asked cs to respond to 
your letter of July 25, 1963 regarding tha Antitrust 
Division's challenr.s to the Rushes Tool Ccnpany's 
proposed acquisition of the Stardust flotel and Casino. 

Cur objection to the acquisition is br.sed on anti- 
trust doctrines which heve been developed and consistently . 
applied by the courts in cases arising under Section 7 — 
tha anti-n;2rgar provision — of the Clayton Act. Vie believe 
that imder established precedent the proposed accuiaition 
would violate that Act and our obligation is to prevent 
such a violation. 

Under the relevant court decisions, the Las Vesas 
orea plainly constitutes a "section o£ the country" for 
pjrpoccs of tha application of Cectic-ia 7 of the Ciayton '^l 
Act. UnitG-J Stato g v. Prbst Brc'f?in~ Co ., 3S4 U.S. S.'>-j. 
By virtue of its five prior acquisiticna in the area, the 
Ku^hos Tool Company nc"/ controls approxiir-ately 20% of all 
hotel rooras^ and 1G>", of ail hotel and notel rociiis ia that 
QarUet, The ac.quisition of the Stardust, t/nich r.lona 
accounts for a substantial pirrticn of the hotel rocns, or 
jr,otcl and hotel rocss, in tlie Las Vcr;as area, would con- 
bine co.-npanics with market sliares T-.-ell above those already 
held «nia";ful by Suprcae Court preeedents. ' The t'rc-ey.ist- 
in3 law and enforccioent policy are sunixariKad in the r.ergor 



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guidelines tJhich v^ iss'Jid on I'.ny 30i 1—3, n copy of 
\;hich is enclcsoJ for your irifonru^tion. Tr.cre, on 
pa:;e nins?, %;a rtntcci thnt in Chs cnca or hori-ont.il 
K.jr,;crc--tli.'-it: ic, n:cr"~r3 bt.t'./^cn --.lirccc co-^iacitors-- 
thc Dcpa rtesnt of Jucticc? ordinarily ci'^nlloa^cs any 
Lisr^^sf, cvtiii iA a rolaLivt;iy iinccaccrcrccc". nzrkct:, 
vhere the acquiring fins held ten per cent of the 
rolGv:2nt market and the acquired f Ina luore than four 
per cent. 

Moreover, in view of the nuaeroua toxiriats vho 
spend substantial s'-^aa in the Las Vegas area, thcra 
can be no doubt that the coinpanies involved in the 
proposed transaction are engaged in interstate cosrnerce. 
In this connection we note that Section 7 of the Clayton 
Act has in nuaerous cases bean applied to csrgera of 
ccispatitars in local markets. 

We. appreciate the probleius you face in the effec- 
tive regulation of gaming operations in the State. 
But I am also sure tliat you will tinder stand our respon— " 
sibility for the consistent enforcersenc of the antitrust 
lavs. V7ith respect to your desire to proi^ote the 
economy of IJavada, 1 an> confident you recognize that 
Sactlon 7 does not prevent new iiTi/cstnent by way of 
internal c:<p-'ar.sion; it is concerned, rather, with thosa 
acquisitions of existing enterprises tfiat threaten anti- 
con}p3titiva cor..5icnu2r:ecg, vJe believe thnr cur : : 
respective rGspor^ibilities are not in basic conflict 
and v7a feel cure that the State of 1^'svada's interests 
can be equally veil cerveJ by neans which do not involve 
violations ox the federal antitrust la'.js. 

Sincerely yours. 



Assiot'-Ant Attorney Genaral 
Antitrust Division 

Enclosure 



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DUNES EJraiBIT 42 
AFFIDAVIT 



February 23, 1974 
Carson City, Nevada 

PAUL LAXALT, being first duly sworn, deposes and savs: 
Thatiiruthe-lata-FalLof. 1963, either, just before or just^' 
after the- eiec^tion; in November, a representative of:, Howard Hughes, 
Rob_ert-Mahau;-,GontaGtsd-:ine. He indicated that the.'ffiighss organi-"! 

2ati^n£, h'ad"; gledg\e5i^ty;the?"campa"xgn.':.,o£. He. . Ni:<on a •-CQa{:ributiori-/-D'4 
an'dL.wished-italtmaJc&^delivexyvof^the-.-saine to the ' appropriate NixbrcV;:; 
f inanceL^coFTr. f jite^^peool&j. ^ Thexa^.was-:: never" any -'und&T-W Van" r^ i ji/j-'~orK.-?^^" 




i;~itt,;vaaj^final^ir' decided. th contributiorcvvauld. ba de~^ 
livered -in.- Palnr-'Spriiigs-'during the. Governor's ConferStce- to be^'--Yi.' 
held therej-'ih.:I)eeeiiiber, _'l agreed to assist Mr. Mahsu. 'in. making *'" 
the appropriate;- contact :' within the -cornmittea-an Palin^Springs. : 

...■;,,i;Iwas-unable: to; accomplish this for Mr. Maheir'because . 
meetings -with, Mr-- Nixon and various Republican Governors , includ- 
ing myself, "on -the -data in question, extended into-tha late: after- 
noon. Conflicts with the evening bancruet precluded.- making the 
contact in. question;. In the late afternoon I travelled with'MH. 
Mahau to the Annenberg Estate in an effort to make'- an: apoointraent 
with the Nixon finance people for the purpose of Mri'Maheu's 
making the contribution. I was inforT7,ed that it was too late and 
avaryone was preparing to attand the ban-quet. I so infornad Mr. 
Maheu and we left. I have no direct knowledge as to whether the 
co.itribution was to be by wa-y .of check or cash. The matter was 
th'ir. dropced and Mr. Mahau then apparently thereafter- mada other 
arrar.gerttants. To the best of my knowledge and recollection, the 

rr.a-tar was never again discussad with na . - ■ 

il ■ . . ■ ' 

31 |! In connection with tna oossibla acquisition q-f the Dur"=»s 

li 

Dv the Hughes people, absoluueiy :no diocussicr 



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ware had by me with any officials in Washington, Justice or other- 
wise. These negotiations were held without iny knowledge or ap- 

proval. 

Had this proposed acquisition been brought to my attention, 
it would have .beea, met, with my strong disapproval. jiThe Hughes \ 



organizatian;^had:,.beerripreviously;:^_,advised.-that:-it ha.diceached.\its:"> 
limit, inig-aining 'licenses. -in.' Southern^ Nevada, and nQ:-niciie: would-rbeu-^. 
.allowed Vby^oiuS;, Administration J ': Moreover ^ ."the-. Dunesi^had" been a/'.* r" 




PACJL UVXALT 



SOBSCRIBSD^ AND- SWORN. TO BEFORE ME 
THIS ^ f t ^^ DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1974 . 

NOTARY P UBLjlC .in and for the •:-^.; 
City of -Carson- .City.-: : "if 






./..rcOITIiiUA ANNzrrHia I 

■ 'Ko;=ij fsi-ir — S»ati o* Norsia \ 

■•■_'... CzraitCtj i 

Mr Commiszhn 5i?jra Oct 13, i977 £ 



^^■:^- 



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DUNES EXHIBIT 43 



VJash File -^ 

S.F. File 

Mr. Rashid I BY 



Mr. Rashxd I by m--, „ ,1 

JEFigsnshaw Baddia J. Rashid ... ' ^'^ ^A'^J 3, 1968 

Chron. DiracCor of ODerations J. I //^ " ip 'T 

■ _ ' »*• i ' 

Lyle L. Jones, Chief \^ \\ |L, IB^iltr 60-273-037 
Saa Francisc< 



!co OfficaU " — ^ 

rese^lJtsJxVey or ncr.; 



4. .C 



. ■ j . Conference with Represe^uis^iSfeP or"Hcr.7ard Hughes 

A confarsnce was held in our offices yesterday with 
Robert Jtaheu and Richard Gray, business representative 
and attorney » respectively, for Ho'./ard Hughes and the 
Hughes Tool Company. The conference was requested by Mr. 
Kaheu. Present for the Govejrrment were Lyle L. Jones, 
Jaaaa J. Coyle and James E. Figenshaw. ....-,..-." 

■ Kaheu and Gray stated that they hoped the Departrnant 
v;ould reconsider its decision to file a ccnplainc chailensing 
the acquisition of the Stardust by Hughes Tool Ccmpany. Both 
Eiea, and Mahau a forcer FBI a^ent in particular, enphasisad 
that they felt Kughas was cleaning out various xindasirabie 
elstcents connected with garoing operations in Las Vegas, 
thereby improving the icaga of the city and the stata.. Gray ■- 
nentioned unofficial approval had bean ^ivea to the Hughes' 
acquisitions in tlixs respect by other divisions in the Justica 
Departnsnt. Ue replied that we believed this position had 
been forcefully presented to the Attorney General and carafully 
considered by him prior to his approval of the proposed 
complaint. 

Gray asked whether it would be appropriate for than to 
sea a copy of the proposed complaint. We declined to do this 
stating that, in cur view, the acquisition raprasanted a 
straight horizontal merger and that we could see no purpose 
in discussing? the soecific aller^ations. However, we did make 
clear that the complaint challenges only the acquisition of 
the Stardust as a violation of Section 7 of tha Clayton Act. 
VJa also informed them of both tha paTT?.anent and temporary 
injunctive relief which the complaint requests. 

We V7ere also advised that at the prasant time the sellars 
of the Stardust have givsn evidence that thsy intend to hold, 
the Hughes Tool Company to its agreamant to nurchasa. If our 
ccmplaint is filed, Haheu and Gray stated thay celieva tha 
subsaquant plaadin:;^ would lead to undasirabla publicity fr:r:i 
the standooint of both Hughes and the Department of Justica. 



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Baddla J. Rasliid 

Pa<»e 2 

July 3, 1963 

In this connection Maheu mentioned that nev;spapsr featxire 
stories would undoubtedly recall the wire-tapping and bugging 
a.ll^i'j^Z.Lcc.s c [ilr.z'c t/.i r;-;-i-':r-r.i thit vr^r^ rrsociated •^^/ith 
previous investigations of garbling in Las Vs.;;as. Accordios 
to Maheu, news articles also could be expected to rehash 
stories of "skiiucing" in the past that the ilushes' interests 
hav3 taken steps to insure against in the future. Kughea 
would like to avoid all stories of this nature. 

We advised Kaheu and Gray that it was our desire to 
file the complaint as soon as possible unless Hughes agreed 
to abandon its accuisition of the Stardust. Mr. Gray statad 
that he understood this dasire and tiiac he \rould liice tima 
in which the Hughes organization could review its awn position- 
cad also hold discussions with rebrssentatives of the sellers. 
He stated that a I'lr. JacU A. Donnalioy, an atccmey in San 
Diego, is representing the sellers of the Stardust but will 
be out of tcvm until July 17. It —as then agreed th.at-l37 
July 29, Hughes would let us know whether the parties still 
planned to consucmate sale of the Stardust. Vie agreed tb.at 
we would defer .the filin-^ of the ccaplaint and any uotioas 
connected, therswitiv U"til that tine. 

At the end of the conference it was the opinion of the ' 
staff that if the Bepartr'.ent holds to its present position 
the parties will call off the acquisition. 



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DUNES EXHIBIT A4 



1 



/^. 



Sol Lizxisnbauni ' . ' . ! June 18, 1968 

Exscudvs .-^s.sistanc to the 

Attcrrcey General " : " ■ 

Fred l\L Viiaon, Jr. 
Assisnrc Artoxney Gerierai 
Crimliuu Divisica 

Hi:5be3 Tcol Acquisidcn 

ia Las yet33 . ' 



I aia rerTsmirtg lo yea tbe decunierLiS you forwarded nae ccn- 
cernLog zhs abcp/a. 

A3 the Depury Attorney General guessed, from the point cf 
yisr^ cf ia^ exixarcsanenr, HcTrard Hu^aes is a better casino mariager 
arsd irtnjcecper than those managing Las Vegas casinos acd iictels 
sj preaecl. ;. . 

V?ith respire to Lns VegHs operators, I have heard Mr. t-!oo/er 
say that Del '//'ebb arid Hu-Th-es were far preferable. I have aiso been 
told rbac, 3ir?ce the change In raanagennent of »>ther =io?els acq'aired hy ■ 
Ku'_ihtr-j/ reccrred -jarrihling revenues Iiave increased s'^hscaiirhilh/. 
Tais i-3 a smarter about ^bich die FBI shoijld have more deLailed 

i appreciate the prcblea ccrjronting the .^ntlLrust Division. 
It appears ti^t a priirxa facie Clayton Act case is alleged, ar.d I do . 
nci thini a decision toprcceed ^o»jId be unreasonable. It is also 
generally mje, as stared on page 10 'Ji the April 26 Antirrnst merriO, 
that %7e should nci ahdlcave antln~U3i la-.v onforcemert en fhe theory 
taai v;e need assistance frcra Hughes to enforce criminal and tax 

lav73. 

Hc--::7e^-er, I b-elie^/e that the laiter viev? is very doctrinaire. 
Althc-'-igh substantial rcsc^irces have been d-j^z-czed co "he problem, 
t'ne F3I has be^n unable to come up T-dra a cose b^jsed oa acndsslbie 
evidence a^ to sidmnjin:;. hlaasive I-aS invastigjiiona recently resulted 
in r:/o a'rrin^min.; tn:^ inciictnaenrs, bu* nolo pleas obcained res'diod in 
only ncn-ir^ii iines beinj naeced out by the lederai court in Meveea, 



iy::~•■^^^ Attorney General 

E--.--in ,\L Ziinmemian, And!rnsi: Divl?.icn 



12926 
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Despite substanrial efforts, it is, fair to say thar neither state nor 
fsderai law emorcemer^ has been successful in ihia re:^ard. Because 
ct iha sigrdiicani: iUici: cxish flew from the casinos to hi-^ly ur.desirable 
elements in our scxiecj, whicrj is put to use in ways virich corruot and 
corrcde our sccisty, 1 chink that an importan: public policy issue is 
present. Funhermore, idcaing the band ox thieves which presently 
decides aconccaic issTies la Las Vegas, I assume (but do net know) 
tr^t there is littia actual concpetitlOQ there now ^irh respect to hotel 
rates or gaming odds. In si^Drr, it is a very smzll conaniiinity. 

I also assume thst the Antitnist Division could move later" 
shcxild the Hiighes cx>eratio2 acruaUy result in atifling compedticn. 

V/hile rscogniztng rbar the decision is close, I would recommend 
agaiiLsi taking aciicn at this time under the Clayton ,Act. 



12927 



DUNES EXHIBIT 45 



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Ni J 






Sol Li-id enb^ura, E.-^acutive Assistant June 19, 1963 

to the Attorns/ General 

SdwLn M. Zim^nerman, Assistant Attorney General 
Antitrast Division — 









Hu^ea Tool Acquisition in Las V^^aa \'-^ \\ 
-2cr 2 2 ^Y i \ 

Tha following observations are responsive to Fred^'/inaon's 
maraoranduEO. of Jnne 18. 

(1) Tlie fad: memoraaduxa and th.e data in the complaint indicate 
3. violatian of Section. 7- I have never regarded the case as a 
blocidmstex; nor does it have national significance as a precedent or- 

in economic conaeqrience. But by our usual standards it is a sound case» 
■with cccLsiderable jhotential sigrdficance for the region involved^ Y/e 
have atiaclccd ths mergers of banks in smaller and less economically 
significant markets. We have attacked the merger of snaaller industrial 
entities than thoae hers involved, and of entities with smaller market 
shares. \ 

(2) The pressure to modify antitrust analysis on the basis of 
ether public policy considerations is always present. One week ago 
counsel for the Clevite Company urged us strongly to take into account 
La ev3.iaa.ting the possible adverse inapact on government procurement 
of their proposed merger with Thompson-Hamo-V/'oolridge the fact 
that Clevite v/as the subject oi a takeover bid by U. S. Smelting — 
described, pejoratively, but probably accurately as a group of 
fmancial entrepreneurs v/ithout a deep commitment to scientific 
re3ea:rcih. Ln the recent past we were pressured to permit ALCOA to 
keep Home Cable Company because of ALCOA's seemingly greater 
ability to assujre employment to the citizens of Rome, New York. 
Clauc-e Kirk, Governor of jTlorida, argued vehemently that no action 
shcold be taken against the Rockv/ell-Standard - North American 
merger because the resultant company if uninterfered with, intended 
to er-cDand its faciliiies in Dade County, Florida thereby adding to the 
pro3-ceriry and employment of the r.egion. A highly popular argument 
in mors recent .months has been that a proposed merger or other 
ccursa of conduct should be permitted because it helps our balance of 



12928 



J.jiTa 19, 1963 



I could add at soma length, illuatrationa of the types of arguraents 
V/hicix are usually addraaaed to U3 for the pu3rpose of asking us to 
igaoirs aa anidtmst -riolation. 

One of oa— reasoaa for setting thaae considerations aside is 
evil' iaability to treat thera adequately, evenhandedly, and rationally. 
Antitrust laws are hard enough for affected interests to accept under 
the b«st of circumstances. Inexplicable decisions -~ inexplicable in 
terma of the apparent antitrust considerations — merely add to tha . . 

suspicion that the lav73 are applied discriminatorily or for political 
purposes. Tha reason for our statenrients in speeches, briefs, and 
guidelines of tha factors detesmining our enforcement decisions is, 
in considerable part, to provide reassurance that these decisions are 
reached in an evenhanded manner that makes economic sense, 

Eul a second reason for our seemingly parochialness in lookiu'' 
at corrrpatiti-re considerations alone is an eminently practical one — . 
1-1 most cases the types of considerations brought to our attention in 
fact have at best only a vary short- run relationship to the question of 
v7hether the partLrular transaction should be attacked. In this case, 
for sxaiziple, I would assume that conditions in 1^3 Vegas -would be even 
mora improved were other honest inen in addition to Howard Kughaa and 
Del Webb brcught into the community. If the present suit is successful, 
there is a fair chance that another honest purchaser will be brought in. 
But even if net, hoT? far do we let Hughes go in the interests of providing 
a market to whom corrupt interests may sell out? Surely at some point 
the thraat of his monopolizing JLas Vegas hotels v/ill compel us to act. 
It seems to me that it is only in the very short- run that permitting the 
transfer of this particular piece ox property to Hov/ard Hughes' operations 
•oromises a gain. The long-run consequences may be quits different 
30 far as the maka-up of i^as Vegas industry'' goes, particularly if 
Hughes' dortiinance discourages other new entrants. And other fornns 
ci' law enforcement may in the future be more successful La dealing 
directly -/ith the crime problem that nor-j causes concern. 

I doubt that the short-terna practical ad'/antages v/arrant the ske-.ving 
cf antitrust enforcement policy. 



Calls: 



12929 

DUNES EXHIBIT 46 

Thursday^ May 21, 1970 



George Frost 
Templeton Brown 
Congressman George Bush 



Appts : 

11:00 Comegys,* Chapman 



To Europe: 



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Page; 1 
DUNES EXHIBIT 47 



Mr. Mitchell -- Thursday, May 21. 19V0 

5:40 SAW Jack Landau 

•3:50 Peter Flanigaa called &: t. 

9:00 ^ Mr. Kleindienst called h t. 

9:35 SAW Will Wilson and Henry Petersen 

9:45 Left with Messrs. Wilson, Petersen and 

Landau f or Testimony before House 
" ' Judiciary Committee-Subcommittee #4 

•re: S, 30 (Crime Bill) 

:12:45 . . , Ret. to office and ate lunch 

1:05 Ret. Bernie JSegal's call & t. _^ 

1:27 Mr. Revercomb called & t, 

1:50 Called Sec. Laird &c t. 

-2:\4 ---:-vt- S A WvCocty Fbw le?'': -•-':? ■" '^ "= '" 

2:25 - iSAW- Darvid Baad. 



-> .J.O 



SAV/" Messrs. Moore and Landau 



.2:43 Called Mr. Leonard L t. 

2:50 Left for mtg. at White House with ABA 

Board and President 

4;35 Ret. Chief Justice's call &c t. 

4:50 Ret, Vice President's call &^ t. 

4:52 SAW Messrs. Velde, Coster and Woodard 



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Mr. Mitchell -- Thursday. May 21, 1970 

5:0 5 Bob Guthrie called & t. 

5:25 SAW Mr. Kleindienst 

5:28 Called Mr. Landau & t. 

5:40 Left office with Mr, Kleindienst 

6:00 "—-Reception and buffet for Chief Justice by- 
Be rnie Segal at the State Department 
Diplomatic Entrance --Mr. &c Mrs. 



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12933 

DUNES EXHIBIT 49 ;•-');) J r;n f fS ^ f 

■ ■ M^y 79^ 1970 

Calls ; 

11:15 Joseph Bell 5^^6-813^^ or 395-5650 

11:35 Called O'Donnell 

12:00 Mr. Sc^TPinrtjLos Angeles Times 

296-1440 - referred to Bruce Uilson 

12:01 Julian Von Kalinor.ki - Los Ar.-^eles 
Op - 773 - 213-620-9300 

12:05 Called Thom-^s Sherican - Los Angeles 
213 - 626-9371 

2:00 Cqlled Mr. Kleindienst 2101 

3:10 Mary Ann called 

3:16 Called Henry Peterson - 2621 

3:45 Mary Ann called 

4.25 Mrs. Schneiderman called 

5:00 Mr. Saunders (re date of Mr. Comegys/ 

speech 
'5:05 Mr. Adler called 

5:25 Mrs. Comegys 



To See 



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Mav 22. 1970 



saw Johnnie Walters 



- : 2 5 saw Peter Jessup 

'r':50 left for meeting with President 

10:45 saw David Baad - -_ 

iO:55 called Bill Safire &; t. 

11:05 saw group o£ Professors from Harvard Law Schoo l 
vrith Messrs. Griswold &c Landau, including: 
R. James Casner, Dean Bok. Livingston Hall, 
Louis Loss andD. -Vagts —.-- 



12:15.. Retd. Brock Comegys ' calt& t. 
12:20 saw Jack Landau 
12:22 saw Mr. Leonard 



12:30 attended staff luncheon 



1 -^S- - sa'vv Donald C ook , pr&sidsnc of Ame r icar'. E l ee tronlc 
? V ■•. .; :• C.-j. 

1:59 Bob Guthrie called &: t. 

2:47 Retd. Geo. Culberson's call 8c t. 

2:50 left for White House ineeting with Pres. Secretaries 
Laird &: Rogers and Dr. Kissinger . 

5:10 sav.- Jerry Leonard 

5:25 Taped radio drug message for BNDD 

5:31 Pete Flanigan called &c t. 

5:34 saw Jerry Leonard 

5:55 saw Dick Moore 

6:05 saw Jack Landau 
o :20 left office 



12935 

DUNES EXHIBIT 51 

Monday, May 2 5. 1970 

8; 36 saw Dick Moore 

8:50 called Bud Krogh 2^ t. 

9:00 saw DAG 

9:43 saw Jerry Milbank 

10:05 called Dick Moore & t. 

10:15 Retd. Secy Stans' call Ic t. 

10:32 Ron Ziegler called &r t. 

10:35 saw Walt Yeagley 

11:10 s aw David Baad 

11:29 called Cong. McCulloch &: t. 

11:35 called Jim Turne r & t. 

] I AO v:aUod Sill Rohniiulsi: k't. 

L 1 :45 Ret-d. Dernarcl I_.as:;o-r s call Si. 

11:50 called Brock Comyges & t. 

12:05 .left with DAG for Tom C. Clark Awards Luiich 



at National Lawyers' Club 
2:00 returned to office 
2:25 left office for 40 meeting at White House 



4:10 stopped by Judicial Center to pay regards to 
members of JNCCD 

4:50 saw Sol Lindenbaum 

5:00 retd. Max Fisher's call h t. 

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12936 



DUNES EXHIBIT 52 :." ';•.:• -;^,;. 



Calls 

9:20 Mr. John Bell called 

9:30 Called. Mr. Chapman - re oil policy 
corarniL tee meetirsg •' 

11:05 pG^^gy called re oil meeting 
May 28 - 3 :00 PM 

11:09 Mrs. Schneiderman called 

11:50 Mr. Howard Shapiro called 

11:55 Call from AG Mitchell 

2:10: Called Mr. Rashid 

2:15 Called Mr, John Wilson 

3:40 Called Mr. Saunders 

3:50 Called Mr. Bruce Wilson • ' 

3:55 Mr. Tom Moore called 

4:15 Called Mr. Bowser 

'4: 20 Called Mr. Kreigsman 

4:30 Called Mr.. Joe Sauriders 

To see . 

11:50 Mrs, Schneiderman 
12:05 Mr. Humruel 

2:15 Mr. Rashid 

4:15 Mr. Shapiro 



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DUNES EXHIBIT 53 /■ , , '^ I ' ■ 

^yO?2avcon/ .^^^oiu/^-c ^\ec</to?z- 2^^y'vo/zc^ '• 



BYHAira 



Honorable Char<_w- .^. ^ ^..^. 

United Statea/Dis-ferict Judge 

U. S. Coiirt liuBe 

Foley Squars \ 

Nsw York, lIe-»\York lOCO? 




Ti'7A V. Hu^xhes/ at al. 



DefiT Judge liatzns 

This letter l3 being cant you now^ with copy to 
piiintlff'3 coun3slj\so that you will not be surprised by 
£m\announcesent In ti's press eithar late today or toniorro;*. 

This aftQ~y(oon it is sxpacted that Hughes Tool 
ConazT^ will acquirp/ the Dunes Hotel in Las Vegas for a 
cash ca^54d2ratlo>/of $35-,COOjOOO. This acquisition, which 
has receiv3tt--t±nrapproval of the Attorney Genaralj is the 
result of thrse years of nesotiations. Such on acquisition 
vrlll not affect the net v?orth of the Company as the Dunes 
will replace the cash as an asset on the Company 's balance 
sheet. 

Another conteoiplated transaction, 'which nust 
first be approycd by the' CAB, has to do v;ith Los Angeles 



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Airways, a local service operating within a radius of 50 to 
60 miles of Los Angeles which is of great importance as a 
feeder line to Air West and to all other airlines operating 
into and out of Los Angeles. It is presently planned, 
assuming CAB approval, that the Company will lend Los Angeles 
Airways $4,000,000. and that, some six to eight months in the 
future, it will acquire Los Angeles Airways for a total price 
of about $11,000,000., of which the cash involved will be about 
seven or eight million and the balance in long term obligations. 

Mr. Davis who is more familiar than I am with the 
background and reasons for these transactions is presently out 
of the city, but he will be available beginning next Wednesday 
to meet with you and plaintiff's counsel to answer questions 
and to supply any needed information. 

Very truly yours. 



jry 
^.James V. Hayes 



CO - Dudley B. Tenney, Esq. v 

Cahill, Gordon, Sonnett, Relndel & Ohl, Esqs, 

80 Pine Street 

New York, New York IOOO5 

Chester C. Davis, Esq. 
Davis & Cox, Esqs. 
120 Broadway 
New York, New York IOOO5 



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DUNES EXHIBIT 54 



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Cash on llcvid and in Ucinlcc $ l,896,02/> .52 

Kccoivablcs: 

Accounts Uccciv^lile $ 4,964,130.19 

Due Lrc.n Lr.pLoyees 13,370.65 

Chips Receivable 8.268.00 4,985,763.84 

Federal I.ncc.^.2 Tax: 

Adv.-nce Pc-yments 650,000.00 

Prepaid Inccr.ie Tax: 

Casino HarUers (x Returned Chocks 1,675,000.00 

Inventories: 

Food $ 36,275.97 

Beverage 53,875.82 

Golf Course , 4A,664.G0 

Cigarettes ' 2,171.83 

Other Supplies 105. £31. SO 243,820.02 

Investments: 

Israel Bonds $ 20,000.00 

U.S. Treasury Bond 441.25 20,441.25 

Prepaid E>:pcnses: 

Insurance, Taxes, Licenses & Deposits 827.777 .53 

$10,298,(532.21 
FTXF.n ASSETS 

Kon- Depreciable: 

Land - . :- $3,739,283.91 

Land Improvencnts 554,229.35 

Other Fixed Assets 45,649.27 4,339,162.53 

Depreciable: 

Lr.nd Itr.provcrrients $ . 262,658.84 

Building & ImproveriGnts 20,185,483.29 

Furniture, Fir.tures & Equipr^ent 6,904,256.96 . 

Other Fixed Assets 1,387,408.68 

Leasehold Irrprover.onts 30,906.25 

Construction In Progress 4,573.34 

$28,775,302.36 
Less: Reserves for Depreciation 7,359,252.9a 21,406,049.38 

OTHrr. Assr.TS 

Deposits on Purchases, Etc.: 

Officers Life Insurance $ 14,600.00 

Casino do Paris - Royalty 8,666.64 

Casino dc Paris - 1970 584,793.76 

Vive Lcs Girls VH 20,000.00 

Operating Jiquipn-.cnt 2,663.39 

Water Rights - Palin Springs 1.00 

Gin Rir.'irr,- Tournaccnt 4,743.77 

Mortgngc Loan Expense. 82,864.69 

Deferred Iirputcd Interest 581,741.66 1.300.074,91 

TOTAL ASSETS . $37,344,119.03 



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F.XHIDIT A 



Accounts riiy.-<,l)lc; - Tr.ndc 
Accoxiniis Paynlilc - Other 
Liability for Ontr.tnndinp, Chips 
Allowance for UucoUcctcd Receivables 
Refunds duo Guests 



360,901.28 
l.WS.SO^.SZ 

231,391.00 

3,749,663.49 

4.215.0 2 



$ 5,994,975.11 



Hotes I'aynble - Trust Deeds 
Notes Payable - Short Terra 
Contracts Payable 



$ 21,851,976.77 

128,537.25 

179.24 



21,980,693.26 



ACCRUED MAF.ILITIF.S 
Salaries (* V/'agas 

Workman's Coripcnsation Insurance 
Culinary Union l-Jolfare Fund 
Real & Personal Property Taxes 
Security. Deposits 
Federal Incccr.e Tax Payable 
Federal Daf erred Income Tax . 
Gift Certificate Deposit 
Interest 
Rent 



395,642.06 
10,041.07 
31,225.54 

322,068.08 
16,660.66 

205,568.10 

909,000.00 
593.32 

100,077.66 
12.375.00 



2,003,251.4? 



RKSERVF.S 

Reserve for Payroll Taxes 

Reserve for Collected Taxes 

*Reservc for Federal Tax 

TOTAL I.TAHTT.ITIKS 



323,812.13 

68,058.95 

1.425.000.00 



1.816.871.0' 



$ 31,795,790.9- 



CAPITAL STOC^; f. SUT.PLUS 
Capital Stock: 

Comnion Class A: Par Value $50.00 per 

Share; Authorised 2,000 Sliares; 

Outstanding 10 Shares 
Surplus: 

Capital Surplus 

Earned Surplus 
Add Gain (tJet Income) for 7 Months 

Period Ended April 30, 1970 

TOTAL LIi\BlLITinS & CAPITAL 



500.00 

899,610.00 
4,99 7,604.17 ->y 



5.548.323.0 




^Reserve for porr.lble assessment of Federal Incorr.c Tax 
for prior years and Interest thereon. 



H f-r R Tr;vi:STMi:nT coMPAr iY, tkc. 

ACC0'J:!TS PAYAl'.LF. OTiiria 
APRIL 30, 1.970 



MORRIS SHENia:R $ 274,805.44 

CENTRAL TI-LEPIIOME CO. . 25,683.37 

WESTERN RE/.LTY COr.T'AIIY 280,000.00 

C0^3TINE»TAL CONNECTORS COR?. 297,800.00 ^ 

M & R INVESTMENT - PLANE FARES DUE CASIMO 14,284.57 

SOUrHITEST GAS CO. 3,383.01 

ACCOUIiTIKG FEES 89,110.89 '\/ 

UNITED JEWISH APPEAL FUiTO • 15,000.00 

BONUS PAYABLE 551,648.00 Y 

BRUNSWIG DRUG CO. 27.71 

ST/M;DARD WHOLESALE SUPPLY CO. 222,45 

XEROX COPP. 178.02 

WESTRON CORP, 545.04 

ICAYCO 38.94 

VAN WATERS & ROGERS 6,590.88 

INDUSTRIA TURISTICA. lEIKICAKA 45,111.00 

HIRA>1 BENEDICT ARCHITECT 35,000.00 

NEW YORK R.ACEWAY 9,375.00 



$ 1,648,804.32 



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DUNES EXHIBIT 55 



DAiT.: Is'ovenber 24, 107C 



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UNI'i-KD STATES GO\F.i;r,-MtNT 

The i'.ttorney Gencz-al 
Director, FBI 



subject: DUIt'ES HOTEL 

L;\S VEGAS, NEVADA 
ANTI-RACKETEEIIIKG 



The purpose of this lettei* is to advise you of 
informittioa received v/hich indicjites that lio-.vard Hughes has 
renewed his efforts to purchase the Dunes Hotel in Las Vegas, 
Nevada. 

It has been reported that Robert Maheu, chief 
executive of Hughes' Nevada operations; E. Parry Thomas, 
Chairman of the Board, Valley National Bank; Las Vegas, 
Kevada; and Edv.ai'd P. Morgan, V/ashington, D. C, attorr.ey 
contacted the Securities and E:::change Cociriission, Washington, 
D. C, to determine if that agency would interpose any 
objection to a cash purchase of the Dunes Hotel by Hughes, 
It was reported that the Securities and Exchange Ccmniission 
advised no objection will be interposed. 

It was reported that Morgan has stronjjlj' lr,-.pliad 
\ that there will be no objection frosi the Antitrust Division 
• of the Dcpurtnent of Justice concerning Hughes' efforts to 
purchase another Las Vegas casino. 

As you \7ill recall the Antitrust Division objected 
to Hughes' attempt to purchase the Stardust Kotel-Casino 
in Las Vegas in 1G6S. 

Although no definite price has been set it is believed 
that Hughes will offer in the neighborhood of SO to 81 
iiiillion dollars for the purchase of the Dunes Hotel. 

You v/ill be kept advised of any further inforaiatioa 
received in connection with this proposed transaction. 



1 - The Deputy Attornsy General 

1 - Assistant Attorney General 
Antitrust Division 



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12944 



AFFIDAVIT 

OF 

CARMINE S, BELLINO 



I, Carmine S. Bellino, Chief Investigator on the staff of 
the Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, hereby 
depose and state that: 

(1) I am a Certified Public Accountant of the States of 
New York, New Jersey and the District of Columbia. I have been 
engaged in the practice of public accounting and investigatory accounting 
since 1932. I served with the Federal Bureau of Investigation from 
1934 to 1945 and was Chief of the Accounting Unit and Administrative 
Assistant to Mr. J. Edgar Hoover for five and one-half years. Since 
1947, I have served with various Congressional Committees in the 
Senate, in the House of Representatives and with Joint Committees 

of Congress, as Accountant Consultant. 

(2) I have been employed with the Select Committee on 
Presidential Campaign Activities since April, 1973 and among my 
assignments was to ascertain the financial activities of Charles G. 
Rebozo since January, 1969 in connection with the receipt and 
disposition of Presidential Campaign funds which have come within 
his possession and control. 



12945 

(3) I commenced inquiries regarding Rebozo's financial 
activities in October, 1973 at which time he was interviewed in the 
presence of his attorney, William Snow Frates. The interview was 
conducted by Terry Lenzner, Assistant Chief Counsel and Scott 
Armstrong of the Committee staff. Certain financial records were 
then furnished by Rebozo for examination and review. However, 
Rebozo has refused to furnish all records required to perform a 
thorough and complete examination of his financial activities. Many 
pertinent records relate to the Key Biscayne Bank and Trust Co. , 
Key Biscayne, Florida, of which he is President and he, likewise, 
has refused to produce the pertinent documents as indicated on 
subpoena duces tecum served on him and also a subpoena served 
on one of the bank officers. 

(4) I have examined, analyzed and traced the source of funds 
shown in the financial records made available by C. G. Rebozo for the 
period from 1969 through 1972 and certain other records to May 31, 
1973, which included what Rebozo represented to be all of his bank 
statements, canceled checks and check stubs on his personal bank 
account in the Key Biscayne Bank, account 1-34. 

(5) I have also examined and analyzed records of trust accounts 
used on Rebozo's behalf and records obtained from various suppliers 



12946 

and contractors providing services and goods to Rebozo and the 
President. I have also examined and analyzed records relating to 
Rebozo subpoenaed from banks other than the Key Biscayne Bank 
and Trust Co. 

(6) Examination of the records disclosed total expenditures 
by or at the direction of Rebozo in connection with improvements and 
furnishings on Key Biscayne properties owned by President Nixon, 
between January 1, 1969 to May 31, 1973, amounting to $12 1, 674. 51 . 

(7) I have also examined the records maintained by Arthur 
Blech, Certified Public Accountant employed by President Nixon, a 
copy of which records are in possession of the Joint Committee on 
Internal Revenue and have noted that improvements and furnishings 
shown in the records amount to $76, 421. 00; which sum is in agreement 
with the audit of Coopers and Lybrand, another firm of Certified Public 
Accountants engaged to make a special report of the President's finances. 
It is noted, however, that this sum ($76,421) includes interest charges 
on loan of $368. 50; therefore, the actual cost of improvements and 
furnishings, as per the President's records, is $76,053.00. Accordingly, 
improvements and furnishings on the President's Key Biscayne 
properties, not included in the President's previous accountant's 
reports, amount to $45, 621. 15 as follows: 



12947 

Item Amount 

Conversion of garage into living quarters $ 11, 978.84 

Swinnming Pool and accessories 18, 4?5. 18 

Extension of roof 6, 508. 11 

Fireplace 3, 586. 00 

Architectural model of 500 Bay Lane 395. 65 

Putting green 243. 57 

Billiard Table 1, 138.80 

Architect fees and tile repairs 3, 335. 00 

Total $ 45, 621. 15 

(8) The funds for these improvements were dervied from the 
following sources: 

Source Amount 

By personal check of C. G. Rebozo $ 13, 361. 21 

Through Wakefield, Hewitt & Webster 

Trust Accounts 23, 213. 01 

Direct currency payments 5, 065. 28 

Form of funds unknown but believed to be currency ... 3, 981. 65 

. Total $45, 621. 15 



12948 

The personal checks used by Rebozo, drawn on his account 
1-34 in the Key Biscayne Bank in connection with the above mentioned 
payments are as follows: 

Date Check § Payable to For Amount 

6/11/69 4080 Bartlett Construction Co. 5 16 Bay Lane. .$ 243.57 

8/11/69 4169 Babcock Company 5 16 Bay Lane. . . 11,978.84 

3/19/70 4554 Wm. Brandt's Billiard Co. 516 Bay Lane .. . 1,138.80 



Total $ 13, 361.21 



Check No. 4169 was not included in the records furnished by 
Rebozo. A copy was obtained from the Babcock Company who had received 
it from the bank wherein it had been deposited. 

The payments made through the Trust Accounts include the 
following: 

Wakefield, Hewitt & Webster 

Trust Accounts Thomas H. Wakefield 

First Nat'l Key Biscayne Trust Account 

Check Miami Bank First Nat'l Bank-Miami 

Paid to Date No. 11-611-1 1-673 05-791-9 

1972 
Catalina Pools 11/20 167 $1,000.00 

11/22 169 5,935.00 

11/23 170 2,000.00 

12/18 171 1, 165.00 

Climatrol, Inc. 12/28 1,500.00 

12/28 $1. 100. 00 

12/29 1, 000. 00 



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Paid to 



Wakefield, Hewitt & Webster 

Trust Accounts 

First Nat'l Key Biscayne 
Check Miami Bank 

Date No. 11-611-1 1-673 



1972 
J.W.Clagett 12/7 

Paul's Carpets 12/8 

1973 
Belcher Oil Co. 2/21 



Total 



$11, 


600. 


00 


1, 


727. 


26 


9, 


885. 


75 


$23, 


213. 


01 



$ 1, 727.26 
1, 727.26 



Thomas H. Wakefield 

Trust Account 

First Nat'l Bank-Miami 

05-791-9 



$ 6, 508. 11 
1, 277. 64 

$ 9, 885. 75 



The direct cash payments were made as follows: 



Paid to 



Designers Flooring Co. 



Bouterse, Borrelli & 
Albaisa (BBA) 



BBA reimbursement for payments to 

Brown Jordan Co, 
(Deposited in BBA bank account in 

Key Biscayne Bank) 



Date 



Amount 



4/11/69 
5/26/69 
7/22/69 

2/10/69 

3/7/69 

3/19/69 

4/2/69 

2/1/73 
2/20/73 



$ 754. 00 
300.00 
600.00 

400. 00 

400.00 
300.00 
581,00 



$1, 654.00 



1, 519. 50* 
210. 78 



1, 681. 00 



1, 730. Zi 



Total $ 5, 065. 2{ 

* This deposit ticket not yet received. 



12950 

The form of the following payments are not presently known as the 
pertinent records from the Key Biscayne Bank have not been furnished. 
These items were not paid from the President's bank accounts or fronn 
Rebozo's bank account. Both these firms have relatives of C. G. 
Rebozo annong their officers and every indication is that currency 
was deposited in the respective Key Biscayne Bank accounts of these 
firms: 



Paid to 

B B A, 

B B A, 

J. W. Clagett, Inc. 



Date Amount 

1/18/69 $ 295.65 

3/14/69 100.00 

3/30/73 3, 586.00 

Total $3,981.65 



Currency deposited in the Trust accounts per records received 
from the First National Bank of Miami and per interview with Thomas 
H. Wakefield are as follows: 
Account 



In First National Bank of Miami 

Wakefield, Hewitt & Webster- 
Trust Account #11-611-1 



Thomas H. Wakefield, 
Trust Account #05-791-9 



Date 



11/16/72 
12/22/72 
1/25/73 

11/24/72 
4/4/73 



Amount 



$10, 000.00 

1, 600. 00 

200. 00 

] 

10,000,00 
1,700.00 



11,800.00 



11, 700.00^ 



Total $23, 500. 00 



Other currency deposited in the Trust Accounts as revealed from 
the records furnished by The First National Bank of Miami and per 



12951 



interview of Thomas H. Wakefield are as follows: 
Account Date 



In First National Bank of Miami 
Wakefield, Hewitt & Webster- 7/21/72 $3, 500, 00 

Trust Account-11- 611-1 7/2/73 2,150. 00 

5,650.00 

In Key Biscayne Bank 
Wakefield, Hewitt & Webster- 
Trust Account 1-673 not known 3,500.00 



Total $9, 150.00 



9. The Wakefield, Hewitt & Webster-Trust Account No. 1-673 in the 

Key Biscayne Bank has not been produced by Mr. Wakefield as he 

pleaded attorney- client privilege and neither have the bank's 

officers produced the desired records pursuant to subpoena duces 

tecum. Therefore, we do not know at this time if any additional currency 

has been deposited in this account. 

10. At an Executive Session on March 21, 1974, Rebozo stated 

his main bank account was No. 1-34 in the Key Biscayne Bank. He 

stated. 

Page 330 .... "I have been nneticulously careful 

since I was examined by IRS about 10 
years ago to have a separate account 
for every entity and if I borrow money, 
for example, from one of nny companies 
I don't use that money for whatever pur- 
pose it was, I run it through my personal 
account. (1-34) Then, when I pay it back, 
I draw a check on that account and pay it 
back. " 

Accordingly, other than Rebozo 's salary payments and 

possible cashing of corporate dividend checks, the known source 



39-340 O - 74 - 34 



12952 

of any currency funds would be derived from Rebozo's principal 
bank account, which is his 1-34 account in the Key Biscayne Bank 
& Trust Company. During the entire four year period of our 
examination, Rebozo did not issue a single check for the purpose of 
obtaining currency to use in his day to day operations. It was also 
noted that the only currency he deposited could likely have come 
from his salary payments. No currency funds were received 
from his business transactions. 

All officers and employees of the Key Biscayne Bank and 
Trust Company were paid in currency every two weeks. Due to 
the failure to produce pertinent records from the Key Biscayne 
Bank and Trust Company, a connplete analysis of the use of currency 
by Rebozo is not possible. Cashiers Checks were purchased in the 
name of C. G. Rebozo and also the name of Charles Gregory, which 
Rebozo admitted he used occasionally. Rebozo's middle name is 
Gregory. 

In undertaking the analysis of available currency, no deduction 
has been nnade for any daily cash expenditures which Rebozo incurred 
except certain cashiers checks purchased by Rebozo at the Key 
Biscayne Bank and Trust Company and in which no charge was found 
on Rebozo's bank account 1-34. 

A summary of the analysis of currency funds available to 
Rebozo for the years 1969, 1970, 1971 and eleven nnonths in 1972 



12953 

reflects the following amount of currency on hand at the end of each 
year: *^/ 

1969 $3,651.71 

1970 «, 858.13 

1971 6.816.86 
To November 30, 1972 (l4, 282-. 5o) 

The balance at November 30, 1972 is a deficit in that currency 
deposited or otherwise used by Rebozo exceeded the net proceeds from 
his salary. This would indicate that Rebozo had to have available 
another source of currency in order to meet the currency transactions 
incurred during the first eleven months of 1972. This deficit analysis 
further supports the details of available cash based on Rebozo' s 
financial statement of September 1, 1972 which schedule showed that 
during the period from Septeniber 1, 1972 to November 30, 1972 
Rebozo did not have available from known source the full $2 0, 000 
which he deposited in Wakefield's trust accounts. 

It is further of interest to note that in 1969 when Rebozo was 
paying obligations incurred on the President's properties in Key 
Biscayne, the currency available to Rebozo for the period from 
January 1, 1969 to September 1, 1969 when he included $2(^0 00 
as cash on hand, the known amount of currency in his possession 
was only $598. 59, as follows: 



^/ See Exhibit "Summary of analysis of currency available. 



12954 



Currency on hand, January 1, 1969- $ 473.00 

(This is the amount of his salary 
payment on 12/31/68) 

Currency received from Salary payments from 

from January 15, 1969 to August 31, 1969 9,106.24 

Currency deposited in his bank account 



$9, 
5, 


579. 
200. 


24 
00 


$4. 
3, 


379. 
780. 


24 

65 


$ 


598 


.59 





Currency payments on President Nixon's properties 

Currency available for use by Rebozo over 
first eight months period 

11. In connection with the amount of currency which Rebozo was required 

to have on hand about November 15, 1972 from known sources, it is 

noted that Rebozo reported in his September 1972 financial statement 

a total of $12, 234. 72 cash on hand and in unrestricted bank accounts 

of which $2, 453. 78 is the balance in Rebozo's six bank accounts. 

According therefore to Rebozo's own figures currency on hand 

would be approximately $9, 780. 94. 

Rebozo's only known source of currency during this period 

was his bank salary for the months of September, October and two 

weeks in November 1972. The cash he received from this source 

amounted to $3, 844. 80 and assuming he spent no part of it, the full 

amount is being included in this computation as being available to 

Rebozo. Rebozo did not during this period or at any time since 

January 1, 1969 draw a check to cash for his own use nor is there 



12955 

any indication that he received currency from business transaction. 

Therefore, Rebozo had a maximum of $13, 665. 74 in currency 

on hand at the November 15, 1972 salary date which was just 

prior to the deposit of $20, 000 in currency in the Wakefield Trust 

Accounts. According to Rebozo's testimony and financial records 

made available to the Committee, Rebozo did not have sufficient 

funds availabe on November 16 and November 24, 1972 at which 

time he made two ten thousand dollar ($10, 000) cash deposits. 

These funds, amounting to $20, 000 were subsequently used 

for the President's behalf. 

A summary of information available to the Committee 

pertaining to the above analysis follows: 

Cash on hand and in unrestricted bank accounts 
per financial statement of C. G. Rebozo, 
at Sept. 1, 1972 $12,234,72 



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Balance in Rebozo bank accounts at Sept. 1, 1972: 

Acct. 1-34 In Key Biscayne Bank $1,241.61 

Acct. 1-262 In Key Biscayne Bank 70.97 

Acct. 4-4179 In Key Biscayne Bank 472.56 

Acct. 1-0886 In Key Biscayne Bank 7.08 
Acct. 4 In Greater Miami Fed.S. &Loan 461.56 

Acct. 5-28170 In Mfrs. Hanover 200. 00 

Total cash in banks $2, 453. 78 

Currency on hand, August 31, 1972 9,780.94 

Currency from Salary Payments 

September 15, 1972 776.96 

September 30, 1972 776.96 

October 15, 1972 776.96 

October 31, 1972 776. 96 

November 15, 1972 776. 96 

Total currency, assuming none spent 3, 884. 80 

Cash available at November 15, 1972 13, 665. 74 

Deposit in Wakefield, Hev/itt & Webster 

Trust Account, First National Bank of 

Miami, Account #1 1 -61 1 - 1, November 16, 

1972, in currency $10,000.00 

Deposit in Thomas H. Wakefield Trust Account, 
First National Bank of Miami, in currency. 
Account #05-791-9, November 24, 1972 10, 000. 00 

Total Currency Payments $ 20, OOP. 00 

Currency used in excess of currency 

from known sources ($6,334.26) 



12957 

In another analysis of currency, Rebozo was required to 

have on hand about November 15, 1972, it is noted that Rebozo reported 

in his September 1971 financial statement a total of $47, 520.49 cash 

on hand and in unrestricted bank accounts. His bank balances were in 

excess of this amount and, therefore, no currency was reported by 

*/ 
Rebozo as being on hand as of September 1, 1971. Rebozo's only 

known source of currency from September 1, 1971 through November 30, 

1972 was his bank salary. During this period, Rebozo received $23, 246, 52 

in currency for his bank salary. He deposited $10, 800 of this into his 

bank account and never issued any checks or debits from which currency 

was derived for his use. Assuming that Rebozo spent no part of his 

salary other than what he deposited, he had only $12, 446. 52 in currency 

from known sources (other than campaign funds) available to him during 

a period when he deposited $23, 500 in the Wakefield Trust Accounts on 

the President's behalf. Therefore, Rebozo must have had available to 

him at least $11, 053.48 from some previously undisclosed source at a 

time when he had access to currency derived from campaign contributions. 

The information is summarized below: 



*/ See Exhibits , , and 

**/ See Bellino affidavit, p. 



12958 



Cash on hand and in bank at 
September 1, 1971 per 
financial statement 

Currency (All of above is 

accounted for in banks) 

Currency received as salary 

from Key Biscayne Bank 
from September 1, 1971 
to November 30, 1972. 

Currency deposited during 
above period 

Currency available from known 
sources 

Currency payments for President 
Nixon's Properties in 
Key Biscayne 

Currency used in excess of 

available currency from 
known sources 



$47, 520.49 



$23, 246. 52 



10, 800.00 



12,446. 52 



23, 500. 00 



($11, 053.48) 



A further analysis based on cash of $1, 000 on hand as reported by Rebozo 
in an Intangible Property Report filed with the State of Florida for January 1, 
1969 also indicates that Rebozo lacked sufficient currency from his known 
sources of funds to deposit the $23, 500 in currency during 1972. 



12959 



Cash on Hand per Intangible Property report 
filed by Rebozo with State of Florida for 
January 1, 1969 $ 1,000.00 

Cash received from salary January 15, 1972 

to November 15, 1972 * 1 5, 848. 16 

16, 848. 16 

Currency deposited in his own bank account 

1-34 5, 700.00 

11, 148.16 

Currency funds deposited in Wakefield Trust 

Accounts on behalf of Rebozo 23, 500. 00 

Deficit ( $12,351.84 ) 



* This is last salary date before 
depositing $20, 000 in currency. 



12960 

11. The record'i received from Rebozi also reflect that he issued 

checks to vari lus firms for utility and other expenses incurred in 

the maintenance of the President's properties and household at 

Key Biscayne during the period from January 24, 1969 to May 

12, 2970, amounting to at least $832. 32. Rebozo received only 

one check as re-imbursem ent. It was in the amount of $127. 77 

and was received on February 14, 1969. President Nixon's records 

maintained by Arthur Blech reflect this payment was charged to 

Utilities Expense-Florida Prop-$78. 63 
/~v^_L,.-7-^ol_ 4 9.14 



$127.77 
No other re-imbursement was noted in the records examined of 
C. G. Rebozo or President Nixon. 

However, in connection with tho swimming pool costs, Mr. 
Arthur Blech stated that on August 18, 1973, a check signed by 
Rose Mary Woods and drawn on The President's bank account 
in the Key Biscayne Bank, in the amount of $13, 642. 52, was noted, 
payable to C. G. Rebozo. He ascertained that this check was 
reimbursement for the cost of the swimming pool constructed at 
500 Bay Lane in November, 1972. 



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12. The records of C. G. Rebozo further reflect that on February 19, 

1969, he issued check number 3867, payable to the Florida Nixon 

for President Committee in the amount of $426. 87. These funds 

were deposited in the Key Biscayne Bank account #1-0455 and credited 

to the Florida Nixon for President account. The stub of this check 

#3867, had the following hand-written notation: 

"Reimb of various bills advanced 
for RM N personal" 

13. Although the Committee has subpoenaed the records relating to 

the Florida Nixon for President Committee account, they have not 

been produced. 

Funds traced out of thj^ aboKve described account amounting to 

$6, 216. 18 include the following: 

Paid To Date Check # Amount 

Herbert Kalmbach 4/14/69 1150 $ 216.18 
Thomas H. Wake- 
field Special Account 4 /15 /6 9 1151 6.000.JI8I6 

Total 6,216.18 



The aforementioned funds were deposited in the following respective 

accounts: 

Bank Account Amount 

Security Pacific National Bank Herbert W. Kalmbach, 216.18 
Newport Beach, Calif. Trustee for Clients 

Acct. # 081-406 

Key Biscayne Bank Thomas H. Wakefield 6,000.00 

Key Biscayne, Florida Special Account 

Acct. # 2-1691 



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The signators on the Thomas H. Wakefield Account, #2-1691 
were Thomas H. Wakefield and Charles G. Rebozo, with any one 
authorized to sign. No address was shown for the mailing of 
statements - the only notation being "Hold Statements. " 

All checks issued against this account were signed by C. G. 

Rebozo and the final balance was transferred by an advice of 

charge authorized by Rebozo. Wakefield neither deposited any 

funds nor authorized withdrawal of funds. The account was 

handled in the same manner as the Florida Nixon for President 

Committee Account had been handled, solely by Rebozo. However, 

the recipient of a check would not know that the funds were originally 

campaign funds from the Florida Nixon for President Committee account. 

Disbursements from this account were as follows: 
Check 
Date Number Paid To Amount 

5/6/69 1001 Herbert W. Kalmbach 200.00 

5/23/69 - DM for checks 4.66 

5/29/69 - Pitney Bowes Inc 124.80 

7/25/69 1002 Herbert W . Kalmbach 1,000.00 

9/10/69 1003 Thunderbird Studio, (Pictures at 

reception for Pres. Nixon at Key 

Biscayne Hotel) 1 Oa 16 

6/28/72 DM Transfer to Wakefield, Hewitt & Webster- 
Trust Account. Acct. 1-63 4,562..38 

Total $ 6, 000.00 

The check to Herbert Kalmbach for $200. 00 was deposited in the 

Herbert W. Kalmbach, Trustee for Clients account #081-406 in the 



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Security Pacific National Bank. Kalmbach then issued a check to 
Jack Caulfield for $320. 00 which was charged to this account on 
May 21, 1969. 

The check to Herbert Kalm bach for $1, 000 was deposited in the 
Herbert W. Kalmbach. Trustee for Clients account #002-691 in the 
Security Pacific National Bank at Newport Beach, Calif. This account 
was opened July 15, 1969 with a $600. 00 loan from Herbert W . Kalmbach 
which loan was repaid on August 20, 1969. An additional $80, 000 
was deposited by Herbert W. Kalmbach from campaign currency 
funds in his possession which was left from the 1968 Presidential 
campaign. These funds were all disbursed to Tony Ulasewicz, for 
salary and expenses, amounting to $80,203. 87. 

The balance of $4, 562. 38 in the Thomas H. W akefield-Special 
Account was transferred out by advice of charge on June 28, 1972 
by CO. Rebozo and deposited in the Wakefield, Hewitt & Webster 
Trust Account #1-673 in the Key Biscayne Bank. On the same day, 
June 28, 1972, a check for $5,000, was drawn against account 1-673 
and the proceeds deposited in the W akc£icl(;], Hewitt & Webster Trust 
Account 11-611-1 in the First National Bank of Miami on June 28, 1972. 

On June 28, 1972, a check was also issued from the Wakefield, 
Hewitt & Webster-Trust Account #11-611-11 in the amount of $5,000 
payable to the First National Bank of Miami. This check was used 



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to purchase a cashiers check payable to Harry Winston, a New 

York City jeweler. 

The records of Harry Winston reveal that a set of platinum diamond 

earrings was purchased as a birthday gift to Mrs. Nixon from President 

Nixon. The full cost of these earrings was $5,650 and the balance of 

$650.00 was paid as follows: 

By personal check from Rose Mary Woods $ 90.00 

By Cashiers check purchased at Riggs National Bank 560.00 

Total $650.00 

The application showing the purchaser of the cashiers check is 
reportedly destroyed. 
13. BUSINESS AND CORPORATE ENTITIES OF REBOZQ 

During the period from January I, 1969 to Decembe r 31, 1972, 
Rebozo has been involved either as owner, partner or major stock- 
holder in the following: 

1. Key Biscayne Bank & Trust Company 

2. Key Biscayne Bank Building 

3. Fisher's Island Inc. 

4. Ter'-ninal Island inc. 

5. Harbor Terminal Inc. 

6. Lummus Island Inc. 

7. Monroe Land Title Company 

8. Washwelllnc. 

9. Gables Court 

10. Mutual Acceptance Inc. 

11. R-M Properties 

12. T-R Properties 

13. Centro Commercial Cubano 

14. Centrb Coin Laundry 

15. Biscayne Insurance Agency Company 

16. Maisoneuve Investments 

17. B fa C Investment 

18. Cocolobo Cay Inc. 

19. Cocolobo Corporation 



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20. Island Ferry Services Inc. 

21. B B Cattle Company 

22. Ocean Reff Villa 

23. Shamco 

Of the above listed enterprises we have been furnished by 
Rebozo with some data relating to the following: 

1. Mutual Acceptance Corp 

2. Key Biscayne Bank Building 

3. B & C Investments 

4. B B Cattle Company 

5. Ocean Reef Villa 

The principal items which were reviewed in the office of Rebozo's 
Miami attorney were the bank statements, cancelled checks and check 
stubs of Rebozo's Key Biscayne Bank Account #1-34 for the period fronn 
January 1, 1969 through December, 1972. Subsequently a copy of the 
bank statements only were furnished for the period from January 1, 
1969 through June 30, 1973 and miscellaneous data relat ing to transactions 
with other banks, 

14. Rebozo failed to produce certain subpoenaed records, notably 
including records of the Key Biscayne Bank & Trust Company such as 
cashiers and bank checks, loan records and data relating to specific 
accounts such as the Wakefield, Hewitt & Webster Trust Account 
#1-673; the J. W . Clagett Co. , and the Bouterse, Borrelli & Albaisa 
(BBA) Architectural firm. 

15. When employees and former le nployees of the Key Biscayne 
Bank & Trust Company and officials of J. W . Clagett Company were 



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interviewed, they were, with fe^w exceptions, represented by 
Rebozo's attorney. 

16. I have read this statement consisting of 23 pages and state 
that it is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. 



4^;a\„L.,-^ yj 



Washington, )g 

District of Columbia). 



Subscribed and Sworn to me this 

loir day of July, 1974 
in the District of Columbia 

IS[otary Public My commission expires JC/3 I / 7^ 

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