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  1. Hi Mike, Thanks .... and thanks for the info. Interesting document. Hope to be around more in the near future. Bests, Barb
  2. One of my all time favorite docs, ran across it last night while plowing through some files; do not recall seeing it here on the EF before .... I call it the, "Psssst, just say NO" doc. Barb
  3. Heavenly tomatoes. RIP, Jack. And again, thank you.
  4. Here is a report that we can use to keep an ongoing box for roundup of thoughts, proposals, votes, etc from discussions taking place in the individual reports. This should help prevent confusion .... hopefully ..... particularly when there are many reports in one thread. This should make it easier for all of us to keep things straight, make decisions, and then for admin to act on whatever actions we conclude are necessary by consensus. Just one idea ... worth a try, I hope. This post has been made invisible on the forum, and will be deleted once I see the report show up in our reports section
  5. Hi Evan, I think what you meant was clear to most. The short answer is a long history in which his "method of debate" has always been the 'you're either with me or you are against me' mentality ... and if you happen to be in disagreement with whatever he is espousing at the time, there is something wrong with you personally .... and he makes that loud and clear incessantly. You are suspicious, an intel op, stupid, unqualified, dishonest, and one of the greatest sins of all is that you obviously haven't read all of his wonderful materials as he has told you to do so it is no wonder you are so s
  6. There is also the forum rule about posting disparaging remarks about other members that needs attention from Dr. Fetzer. Please go through your post, Dr. Fetzer, and edit all areas that do not conform to the rule (Revised forum rules, posted by Evan Burton, Nov 16, 2010, post #281), which reads: "Civility and Decorum Politeness is paramount. Of course, we expect to have spirited debates! That's fine, as long as the people involved extend one another basic respect. Disagreements are inevitable, but even in those situations you must still be civil. Members are forbidden from questioning the m
  7. I have this memo, the NARA slug is dated 6-1-95, NARA initials look like "J.J." and notes, "RELEASED PER P.L. 102-526 (JFK ACT)" ... I've had this and the other memos following the two day Z-film studies since 1995. Other than that slug at the top, it is a 2 page document on plain white paper (8-1/2 x 14"). It carries no other markings. I would be happy to upload a copy, but after a complete computer crash, I am just now getting things together on my new computer and all files and programs have not yet been loaded, recovered, etc. Hopefully, by weekend's end, all will be complete and ready
  8. Post #60, page 4 of this thread, Josiah Thompson to Pamela Brown: "You were referenced in our piece. We pointed out that you described Evalea Glanges as "a nursing student at Parkland Hospital." Is that true? Doug Weldon interviewied her in 1999 and said she was in 1963 a second-year medical student at Southwestern Medical School and later became Chairperson of the Department of Surgery at John Peter Smith Hospital in Forth Worth. Could you clear up the confusion? Was Evalea Glanges a "nursing student" or a "medical student" in 1963 at Parkland Hospital? Josiah Thompson" Post #64, also page
  9. Also? Just to be sure there is no misunderstanding, Bernice, by saying preserved, I was not saying it should be sealed in a vault never to be seen or "presented." Doug's wishes, as I think you know from Doug himself, as do I ... and the concerns and wishes of others in the research community, as well as those of Doug's family, are that all his work ... book, papers, files, tapes and CDs, documents, whatever other word I am forgetting to put in here,etc, be preserved and protected as a collection and be available to all ... whether they check it out of a library or buy it at a bookstore .... w
  10. Doug obituary, services and guest book information: Doug will be buried privately on Tuesday, a memorial service will be held next Sunday at the church he attended for over 20 years. His obituary appeared in papers this morning and the guest book is now available online. It can be seen and signed here: http://www.legacy.com/guestbook/kalamazoo/guestbook.aspx?n=douglas-weldon&pid=155399017&cid=view There are also directions and information at that site about sending flowers, cards, etc. Here is the obituary from the Kalamazoo Gazette: http://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/kalamazoo/obi
  11. Yes, two days later, after feeling the best he had felt for a very long time, he developed cellulitis and ended up back in the hospital, and also developed what I recall as the first blood clot in his left arm. The photo was taken in late July 2011, he spent all of August in the hospital. The day he sent me the photo, August 26th, had been a particularly tough and disturbing one for him as one of the physicians from the palliative care section had come to his room and told him he would qualify for hospice if he wanted to consider that. He wanted me to call him, and I did. He was stunned by wha
  12. Jim, Pat, all... Doug and I had talked about this .... his book, his papers, interviews, etc. Once his family has had some time to deal with the immediate needs of the present, I will be talking to the daughter he put me in touch with a few months ago. Doug and I were in close contact over the last year and a half; and I have been in close contact with one daughter over the last couple of weeks. It really wasn't appropriate during this time to talk to her about disposition of her dad's papers, manuscript, etc ... they were hopeful, expecting even, that he would make it through this most recen
  13. Heartbreaking news this morning. Doug Weldon passed away overnight.Doug has been entrenched in a nightmare health battle since early September 2010. It all started with a sore on a toe after a long bike ride. Doug was diabetic. From there it progressed to amputations, infections, and multiple incidences of pneumonia ... one thing after another putting him back in intensive care, or at least back into the hospital, every time it would seem like he was making some progress. I can only recall about 3 very short spans of time (days) over the last 15 months that Doug was not in a hospital or a reha
  14. This lists all the places JFK made speeches while campaigning ... several stops in Arizona on April 9, 1960, for example. This is from the JFK Library, but note it is "Part II" so there must be a "Part I" rattling around there somewhere too. JFK campaign speeches part II Here are the Arizona entries in this document for speeches (It also lists dinners, luncheons, etc): 0322 Address of Senator Kennedy, Democratic Dinner, Tucson, Arizona. The Democratic Party; U.S. Economic Problems." February 22, 1958. 29pp. 0956 Address of Senator Kennedy, Phoenix, Arizona. "Natural Resource Development."
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