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by the California Department of Corporations, an investigation having been conducted, and the Comission having found reasonable cause to believe that respondent Dickstein violated 2 U.S.C. S441b and S441f; Now, therefore, the respective parties herein, the Federal Election Ccm ission (hereinafter "the oission") and respondent Dickstein, having duly entered into conciliation pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437g(a) (5), do hereby

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agree as follows: I.

That the Ccmrdission has jurisdiction over respondent Dickstein and

the subject matter of this proceeding. II.

That respondent Dickstein has had a reasonable opportunity to demon-

strate that no action should be taken in this matter. III.

That the pertinent facts in this matter are as follows: A. Omi-Rx Health Systems, Inc. (hereinafter "OCkt.-Rx") was a

publicly held corporation, which was incorporated under the laws of the State of California in 1971, and is now in receivership. B.

Inperial West Medical Group (hereinafter "W")

was a

California general partnership which engaged in a group medical practice fra before September 9, 1974 until December 31, 1976.

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IMG had a contract with Omni-Rx under which Omi-Ibc provided

managunt, logistical support, and ancillary support.

The following indi-

viduals were among the partners of MG: Edward R. Dickstein, M.D. Cranford L. Scott, M.D. Ronald W. Strahan, M.D. Anitha T. Mitchell, M.D. Kenneth H. Geiger, M.D. Robert M. Higgnbottamn, M.D. Myron Koch, M.D. Markovitz, M.D. D. Merv Newell is Executive Vice President and Treasurer and

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a Director of Omni-Rx. rate Finance of (ri-Rx.

He was also, prior to 1976, Vice President for CorpoNewell owns, directly or indirectly, about 3 per centun

of the outstanding cummon stock of COmi-Rx.

In his capacity as an officer of

Cmni-Rx, Newell was responsible for the financial managmnt of I*?3. E.

Edward R. Dickstein is the President and Chairman of the Board

of Directors of Omni-Rx.

Dickstein was a founder of Omni-bc and directly or in-

directly owns about 20.3 per centum of its outstanding camnon stock.

He, also,

has been a principal partner of IWM. F.

Between September 9, 1974 and December 31, 1976, IWHE issued

checks in a total amount exceeding $100,000 to political candidates and committees, approximately $26,500 of which went to identifiable federal candidates or party related committees. of I

Most of these payments were made through the instrumentably

, but were made possible by specific transfers of cash frn Cmni-Rx IWM

Trust Account through the flI4G Account to political candidates and Ccmittees. Some of the funds utilized to make these contributions were borrowed fram OmniRx by IW4G, and recorded as loans on the books of both Omni-Rx and IWK.

Many

of these contributions wpre charged to Dr. Dickstein, Mr. Newell, other persons named in paragraph 3-C, and other physicians employed by IWW.

G. All of the contribution checks were signed by either Dr. Dickstein Some of the individuals to whan the contributions wre charged

or Mr. Newell.

deny any knowledge of the fact that political contributions wre made in their names.

In particular, sane of said individuals have stated, under penalty

of perjury, that they had no advance knowledge that political contributions were being made in their names. EREORE, respondent Dickstein agrees: IV.

The use of partnership funds for the contributions made in the

name of partners and enLoyees of IW

constitute the making of contributions

in the name of others within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. §441f, and it predecessor 18 U.S.C. S614. V. The use of Orni-Rx funds for contributions to Federal political candidates and comittees constitutes prohibited corporate contributions within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. S44lb and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. S610. As such, the use of corporate funds for political contributions is in violation of 2 U.S.C. S441b and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. S610. VI.

Respondent Dickstein agrees that he will pay a civil penalty in

the amnxut of $5,000 pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437 (a) (6) (B). VII.

Respondent Dickstein agrees that he will not undertake any

activity which is in violation of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended, 2 U.S.C. §431 et seq.

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CONDITIONS: VIII. The Ccmission, on request of anyone filing a complaint under 2 U.S.C

S437g(a) (1)concerning the matters at issue herein, or on its own motion, may review cmpliance with this agreement.

If the Ocmnission believes that this

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agreenent or any requirement thereof has been violated, it may institute a civil action for relief in the District Court for the District of Colubia pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437g(a)(1). IX.

It is mutually agreed that this agreement shall becone effective

as of the date that all parties hereto executed same and the Comission has

appre the entire agreement. X. N

It is agreed that respondent Dickstein shall have thirty (30)

days from the date this agreement becomes effective to cmply with and to implement the requirenent contained in this agre XI.

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It is nutually agreed that this conciliation agreement has been

entered for the sole purpose of obtaining voluntary catpliance with the ws, and may not be used against Dr. Dickstein, or be con-

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sidered by\court or administrative agency, except in an action brought by th Camission upon violation of this agreement. XII.

The Comission agrees that it shall recxmend against any subsenI

quent action, whether civil or criminal, against the respondent except for au action brought pursuant to Section VII. DATED:

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William C. Oldaker 7 General Counsel Federal Election Ccmmission 1325 K Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20463

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Edward R. Dickstein Respondent 4670 Wiest Imperial Highway Inglewood, California 90304 (213) 678-2596

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In the Matter of Merv Newell

THE FEDERAL ELECTION C(nISSION July 6, 1978

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MUR 373 (77)

CONCILIATION AGREEMENT This matter having been initiated on the basis of a curplaint filed by the California Department of Corporations, an investigation having been conducted, and the Cammission having found reasonable cause to believe that respondent Newell violated 2 U.S.C. 944 1b and 944 1 f; Now therefore, the respective parties herein, the Federal

Election Commission (hereinafter "the Commission") and respondent C-

Newell having duly entered into conciliation pursuant to 2 U.S.C. §437g(a)(5), do hereby agree as follows: I. That the Ccnssion has jurisdiction over respondent Newell and the subject matter of this proceeding. II.

That respondent Newell has had a reasonable opportunity

to demonstrate that no action should be taken in this matter. III.

That the pertinent facts in this matter are as follows:

A. Omni-Rx Health Systems, Inc. (hereinafter "0mni-Rx") was a publicly held corporation, which was incorporated under the laws of the State of California in 1971, and is now in receivership. B. Imperial West Medical Group (hereinafter "IWMG")

was a California general partnership which engaged in a group medical practice frm before September 9, 1974 until December 31, 1976. C. IWMG had a contract with Cnni-Rx under which Cmni-Rx provided management, logistical support, and ancillary support. The following individuals were among the partners of IWMG: Edward R. Dickstein, M.D. Cranford L. Scott, M.D. Ronald W. Strahan, M.D. Anitha T. Mitchell, M.D. Kenneth H. Geiger, M.D. Robert M. Higgenbottom, M.D. Koch, M.D. Alvin Markovitz, M.D.

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D. Merv Newell is Executive Vice President and Treasurer and a Director of Ortni-Rx.

He was also, prior to 1976, Vice

President for Corporate Finance of Crni-Rx.

Newell owns, directly

or indirectly, about 3 per centum of the outstanding common stock of Cmi-Rx.

In his capacity as an officer of Cmni-Rx, Newell was

responsible for the financial management of IWM[. E. Edward R. Dickstein is the President and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Omni-Rx.

Dickstein was a founder of

COni-Rx and directly or indirectly owns about 20.3 per centum of its outstanding common stock.

He, also, has been a principal partner

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F. Between September 9, 1974 and December 31, 1976, IWM issued checks in a total amount exceeding $100,000 to political candidates and committees, approximately $26,500 of which went to identifiable federal candidates or party related committees. Most of these payments were made through the instrumentably of IWMG, but were made possible by specific transfers N

of cash frm Orni-Rx IWMG Tnst account through the IWMG Account to political candidates and Committees.

Some of the funds utilized to make

these contributions were borrowed from Cmni-Rx by IWMG, and recorded as loans on the books of both Omni-Rx and IWMG. Many of these contributions were charged to Dr. Dickstein, Mr. Newell, other persons named in paragraph 3-C, and other physicians employed by IWMG. G. All of the contribution checks were signed by either Dr. Dickstein or Mr. Newell. Some of the individuals to whom the contributions were charged deny any knowledge of the fact that political contributions were made in their names.

In particular,

some of said individuals have stated, under penalty of perjury, that they had no advance knowledge that political contributions were being made in their names. WHEREFORE, respondent Newell agrees: IV. The use of partnership funds for the contributions made in the name of partners and employees of IWMG constitute the making of contributions in the name of others within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. 944 1 f, and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. 9614. -3-

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V.

The use of 0Oni-Rx funds for contributions to Federal

political candidates and comTittees constitutes prohibited corporate contributions within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. 9441b and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. 9610.

As such, the use of corporate fUnds for

political contributions is in violation of 2 U.S.C. 9441b and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. 9610. Respondent Newell agrees that he will pay a civil

VI.

penalty in the amount of $5,000 pursuant to 2 U.S.C. 9437(a)(6)(B). Respondent Newell agrees that he will not undertake

VII.

any activity which is in violation of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended, 2 U.S.C. 9431, et se* GENERAL CONDITIONS: VIII.

The Commission,

on request of anyone filing a complaint

under 2 U.S.C. 9437g(a)(1) concerning the matters at issue herein, or on its own motion, may review compliance with this agreement. If the Ccmmission believes that this agreement or any requirement thereof has been violated, it may institute a civil action for relief in the District Court for the District of Columbia pursuant to 2 U.S.C. 9437g(a)(1). IX.

It is mutually agreed that this agreement shall become

effective as of the date that all parties hereto executed same and the Comnission has approved the entire agreement. X.

It is

agreed that respondent Newell shall have

thirty (30) days from the date this agreement becomes effective to comply with and to implement the requirement contained in this agreement.

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XI.

It

is mutually agreed that this conciliation agree-

ment has been entered for the sole purpose of obtaining voluntary compliance with the Federal Election laws, and may not be used against Mr. Newell or be considered by court or administrative agency, except in an action brought by the Conission upon violation of this agreement. XII.

The Commission agrees that it shall reccurrrnd against

any subsequent action, whether civil or criminal, against the respondent except for any action brought pursuant to Section VII.

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BEFORE THE FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION In the Matter of MUR 373 (77) Merv Newell Edward Dickstein CERTIFICATION I, Marjorie W. Emmons, Secretary to the Federal Election Commission, do hereby certify that on December 20, 1978, the Commission approved by a vote of 6-9 the recommendation in the General Counsel's Report dated December 16, 1978 to ratify the conciliation agreements attached the report. Attest-

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In the Matter of Merv Newell Edward Dickstein

MUR 373(77)

GENERAL COUNSEL'S REPORT

Attached are copies of signed Conciliation Agreements with respondents.

On October 25, 1978,

The Commission approved respondents counter-proposal of a combined civil penalty of $10,000. RECOMMENDATION: Ratify the attached agreements

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CONCILIATIC2N AGREEAM

This matter having been initiated on the basis of a complaint filed by the California Department of Corporations, an investigation having been axnducted, and the Camnissicn having found reasonable cause to believe that respondent Dickstein violated 2 U.S.C. S441b and S441f; Now, therefore, the respective parties herein, the Federal Election Ccmnmission (hereinafter "the Cuomission") and respondent Dickstein, having duly entered into conciliation pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437g(a) (5), do hereby agree as follows: I.

That the Ccimission has jurisdiction over respondent Dickstein and

the subject matter of this proceeding. II.

That respondent Dickstein has had a reasonable opportunity to demon-

strate that no action should be taken in this matter. III.

That the pertinent facts in this matter are as follows: A. Omni-Rx Health Systems, Inc. (hereinafter "Qmni-Rx") was a

publicly held corporation, which was incorporated under the laws of the State of California in 1971, and is now in receivership. B. Imperial West Medical Group (hereinafter "IJMW") was a California general partnership which engaged in a group medical practice from before September 9, 1974 until December 31, 1976.

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1*12 had a contract with Omni-Rx under which Omni-Rx provided

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The following indi-

viduals were among the partners of I*G: Edward R. Dickstein, M.D. Cranford L. Scott, M.D. Ronald W. Strahan, M.D. Anitha T. Mitchell, M.D. Kenneth H. Geiger, M.D. Robert M. Higgenbottan, M.D. Myron Koch, M.D. Alvin Markovitz, M.D. D. merv Newell is Executive Vice President and Treasurer and a Director of COmi-Px. rate Finance of Omni-Rx.

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He was also, prior to 1976, Vice President for CorpoNewell owns, directly or indirectly, about 3 per centun

the outstanding cormn stock of Cmi-Rx.

In his capacity as an officer of

Omni-Rx, Newell was responsible for the financial m E.

cnagenent of IW1.

Edward R. Dickstein is the President and Chairman of the Board

of Directors of Omni-Rx.

Dickstein was a founder of Omni-Rx and directly or in-

directly owns about 20.3 per centurn of its outstanding ccmon stock.

He, also,

has been a principal partner of IMG. F.

Between September 9, 1974 and December 31, 1976, 1*1

issued

checks in a total amount exceeding $100,000 to political candidates and ccmuittees,

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approximately $26,500 of which went to identifiable federal candidates or party related comittees.

most of these payments were made through the instruxentably

of I*12, but were made possible by specific transfers of cash from Cmi-]Rx IWM Trust Account through the IVM Account to political candidates and Ccnittees. .

Sore of the funds utilized to make these contributions were borrowed frn OmniRx by 1*1,

and recorded as loans on the books of both Cmi-Rx and r&V.

Many

of these contributions were charged to Dr. Dickstein, Mr. Newell, other persons named in paragraph 3-C, and other physicians em!ployed by I*1G.

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deny any knowledge of the fact that political contributions were made in their names.

In particular, same of said individuals have stated, under penalty

of perjury, that they had no advance knowledge that political contributions mere being made in their names. WHIEREFORE, respondent Dickstein agrees: '?-

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The use of partnership funds for the contributions made in the

name of partners and employees of fI4

constitute the making of contributions

in the name of others within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. §441f, and it predecessor 18 U.S.C. S614. V. The use of Omi-Rx funds for contributions to Federal political candidates and committees constitutes prohibited corporate contributions within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. §441b and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. S610.

As such, the

use of corporate funds for political contributions is in violation of 2 U.S.C. S441b and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. S610. VI.

Respondent Dickstein agrees that he will pay a civil penalty in

the amount of $5,000 pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437(a)(6)(B). VII. Respondent Dickstein agrees that he will not undertake any activity which is in violation of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended, 2 U.S.C. S431 et seq. GENERAL CCNDITIcNS: VIII. The C=Tnission, on request of anyone filing a coplaint under 2 U.S.C S437g(a) (1)concerning the matters at issue herein, or on its cn motion, may review cotpliance with this agreement.

If the Ccnmission believes that this

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agreement or any requirement thereof has been violated, it may institute a civil action for relief in the District Court for the District of Columbia pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437g(a) (1). .,

It is CIX.

mutually agreed that this agreement shall became effective

as of the date that all parties hereto executed sane and the Cmmission has approved the entire agreement. X.

It is agreed that respondent Dickstein shall have thirty (30)

days fran the date this agreement becomes effective to comply with and to implement the requirement contained in this agreement. XI.

It is mutually agreed that this conciliation agreement has been

entered for the sole purpose of obtaining voluntary ompliance with the Federal Election

and may not be used against Dr. Dickstein, or be con-

sidered by~court or administrative agency, except in an action brought by the Comission upon violation of this agreement. XII.

The Ccmission agrees that it shall reconrend against any subse-

quent action, whether civil or criminal, against the respondent except for any action brought pursuant to Section VII.

DATED: IA(23

William C. Oldaker General Counsel Federal Election Commission 1325 K Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20463 52304~4 Edward R. Dickstein Respondent 4670 West Imperial Highway Inglewod, California 90304 (213) 678-2596



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BEFOE TE FEDERAL ELECTION Ca4CSION July 6, 1978 In the Matter of

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Merv Newell

CONCILIATION AGEEMENT This matter having been initiated on the basis of a complaint filed by the California Department of Corporations, an investigation having been conducted, and the Commission having found reasonable cause to believe that respondent Newell violated 2 U.S.C. §44 1 b and 9441f;

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Now therefore, the respective parties herein, the Federal Election Cormission (hereinafter "'the coission") and respondent Newell having duly entered into conciliation pursuant to 2 U.S.C. §437g(a)(5), do hereby agree as follows: I.

That the Commission has jurisdiction over respondent Newell

and the subject matter of this proceeding. II.

That respondent Newell has had a reasonable opportunity

to demonstrate that no action should be taken in this matter. III. A.

That the pertinent facts in this matter are as follows: Cmni-Rx Health Systems, Inc.

(hereinafter "Onni-Rx")

a publicly held corporation, which was incorporated under the laws of the State of California in 1971, and is now in receivership.

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1976. C. IWM4 had a contract with

=ni-Rx under which (mni-Rx

provided managenent, logistical support, and ancillary support. The following individuals were among the partners of IWI3: Edward R. Dickstein, M.D. Cranford L. Scott, M.D. Ronald W. Strahan, M.D. Anitha T. Mitchell, M.D. Kenneth H. Geiger, M.D. Robert M. Higgenbottom, M.D. iMyron Koch, M.D. Alvin Markovitz, M.D. D. Merv Newell is Executive Vice President and Treasurer He was also, prior to 1976, Vice for Corporate Finance of Cmni-Rx. Newell owns, directly

and a Director of Omni-Rx.

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or indirectly, about 3 per centum of the outstanding common stock of Omni-Rx.

In his capacity as an officer of Crni-Rx, Newell was

responsible for the financial management of IWt. E. Edward R. Dickstein is the President and Chairman of Dickstein was a founder of

the Board of Directors of C(ni-Rx.

-krni-Rx and directly or indirectly owns about 20.3 per centum of its outstanding comon stock. He, also, has been a principal partner of INMG. -2-

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Between September 9, 1974 and December 31, 1976,

IWMG issued checks in a total amount exceeding $100,000 to political candidates and committees, approximately $26,500 of which went to identifiable federal candidates or party related ccmittees.

Most of these payments were made through the

instrmentably of IWMG, but were made possible by specific transfers of cash from Cmni-Rx IWMG Trust account through the IWMG Account to political candidates and Comittees.

Some of the funds utilized to make

these contributions were borrowed from Cmni-Rx by IWMG, and recorded as loans on the books of both Oni-Rx and IWMG. Many of these contributions w!,e charged to Dr. Dickstein, Mr. Newell, other persons named in paragraph 3-C, and other physicians employed by IWMG. __

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All of the contribution checks were signed by either

Dr. Dickstein or Mr. Newell.

Some of the individuals to whcre the

contributions were charged deny any knowledge of the fact that political contributions were made in their names.

In particular,

some of said individuals have stated, under penalty of perjury, that they had no advance knowledge that political contributions were being made in their names. WHEREFORE, respondent Newell agrees: IV. The use of partnership funds for the contributions made in the name of partners and employees of IWMG constitute the making of contributions in the name of others within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. §441f, and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. 9614. -3-

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V. The use of Qrd.-Rx funds for contributions to Federal political candidates and cormittees constitutes prohibited corporate contributions within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. z441b and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. 9610.

As such, the use of corporate funds for

political contributions is in violation of 2 U.S.C. 9441b and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. 9610. VI.

Respondent Newell agrees that he will pay a civil

penalty in the amount of $5,000 pursuant to 2 U.S.C. 9437(a)(6)(B). VII. Respondent Newell agrees that he will not undertake any activity which is in violation of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended, 2 U.S.C.

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The Commission, on request of anyone filing a ccplaint

under 2 U.S.C. §437g(a)(1) concerning the matters at issue herein, or on its own motion, may review compliance with this agreement. If the Comnission believes that this agreement or any requirement thereof has been violated, it may institute a civil action for : ... * .to

relief in the District Court for the District of Columbia pursuant 2 U.S.C. 9437g(a)(1).

IX.

It is mutually agreed that this agreement shall become

effective as of the date that all parties hereto executed same and

the Caornission has approved the entire agreement. X. It is agreed that respondent Newell shall have thirty (30) days from the date this agreement becomes effective to comply with and to implement the requirement contained in this agreement. -4-

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ment has been entered for the sole purpose of obtaining voluntary compliance with the Federal Election laws, and may not be used against Mr. Newell or be considered by court or administrative agency, except in an action brought by the Ccmnission upon violation of this agreement. XII.

The Commission agrees that it shall recommend against

any subsequent action, whether civil or criminal, against the respondent except for any action broug.t pursuant to Section VII.

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Dear Ms. Van Gelder: Enclosed are the original and one copy of the Conciliation Agreements furnished by you for the signature of our clients Edward R. Dickstein and Merv Newell. The originals have been executed by the clients. As you can see, Dickstein's document omitted the word "any" in paragraph XI. Pursuant to our instructions, he has inserted the word and initialed his correction. As you must imagine, our clients expressed a great deal of reluctance before they signed. This reluctance was created by the Federal Election Commission policy prohibiting disclaimers in conciliation agreements and stems from our clients' belief that they did not violate the Federal election laws. Their signatures to the agreements prepared by your office should not be regarded as an admission to the contrary. Instead, Dickstein and Newell were motivated by reasons of economy reinforced by our shared belief that the documents are inadmissible in any action brought by a third party. It is a shame they were required to sign a document they did not believe to be true as a condition of settlement. In closing, I wish to compliment you on the professional manner demonstrated during the handling of this case. It would have been both a pleasure and a

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CHARLES STEELE

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MARJORIE W. EM1MONS

DATE:

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SUBJECT:

MUR 373 - Interim Conciliation Report dated 11-22-78; Signed 11-23-78;

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Interim Conciliation Report On November 20, 1978, Counsel for Respondents stated that he had received the Commission's conciliation agreements and forwarded them to respondents for comment.

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William C. Oldaker General Counsel

FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION 1325 K STREET N.W WASHINGTON.D.C. 20463

November 2, 1978

Mr. Richard Gannon Hochman, Salkin and Deroy, P.C. 9100 Wilshire Boulevard 7th Floor-Wiest Tor Beverly Hills, California 90212 IRE:

MUR 373 (77)

Dear Mr. Gannon: On October 25, 1978, the Ccmmission approved your counter-proposal (made on behalf of your clients) of a cirbined civil penalty of $10,000. Enclosed please find the modified conciliation agreements which reflect your discussion with Biz Van Gelder on July 6, 1978, and your letter of August 11, 1978. When the enclosed conciliation agreements are signed, please return the agreements to the Commission for final ratification. Thank you for your cooperation in resolving this matter. Sincerely,

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MUR 373 (77)

Dear Mr. Gannon: (n October 25, 1978, the Conission approved your counter-proposal (made on behalf of your clients) of a ombined civil penalty of $10,000. Enclosed please find the nodified conciliation agreements which reflect your discumssion with Biz Van Gelder on July 6, 1978, and your letter of August 11, 1978. When the enclosed conciliation agreements are sicied, please return the ac, -:eentsto the Con-mission for final ratification. Thank you for your cooperation in resolving this matter. Sincerely,

WILLIAM C. OIDAKER GENERAL COUNSEL WO: if Enclosures

BEMIRE THE FEDERAL EiLECION CxMISSICN July 6, 1978 In the Matter of Edward R. lckstein

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M3R 373 (77)

CONCILIATION AGREEE This matter having been initiated on the basis of a complaint filed by the California Department of Corporations, an investigation having been conducted, and the Commission having found reasonable cause to believe that respondent Dickstein violated 2 U.S.C. S44lb and S441f; Now, therefore, the respective parties herein, the Federal Election Commission (hereinafter "the Commission") and respondent Dickstein, having duly entered into conciliation pursuant to 2 U.S.C. §437g(a)(5), do hereby agree as follows: C1

I. That the Ccgnission has jurisdiction over respondent Dickstein and the subject matter of this proceeding. II. That respondent Dickstein has had a reason-able opportunity to demonstrate that no action should be taken in this matter. III.

That the pertinent facts in this matter are as follows: A. Omni-Rx Health Systems, Inc. (hereinafter "Qni-Rx") was a

publicly held corporation, which was incorporated under the laws of the State of California in 1971, and is now in receivership. B. Imperial West Medical Group (hereinafter "I")

was a

California general partnership which engaged in a group medical practice fran before September 9, 1974 until December 31, 1976.

C.

IWK had a contract with Omi-Rx under which Qmni-Rx provided

mnag ent, logistical support, and ancillary support.

The following indi-

viduals were among the partners of IVM: Edward R. Dickstein, M.D. Cranford L. Scott, M.D. Ronald W. Strahan, M.D. Anitha T. Mitchell, M.D. Kenneth H. Geiger, M.D. Robert M. Higgenbottan, M.D.

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Myron Koch, M.D.

Alvin Markovitz, M.D.

D. Merv Newell is Executive Vice President and Treasurer and a Director of Cri-Rx. rate Finance of Cmni-Rx.

He was also, prior to 1976, Vice President for CorpoNewell owns, directly or indirectly, about 3 per centum

of the outstanding common stock of Cmni-Rx. V7

In his capacity as an officer of

OmCni-Rx, Newell was responsible for the financial management of IWMG. E.

Edward R. Dickstein is the President and Chairman of the Board

of Directors of Omi-Rx.

Dickstein was a founder of Omi-Rx and directly or in-

directly owns about 20.3 per centum of its outstanding cummnM

stock.

He, also,

has been a principal partner of IWM1. F.

Between SeptaTber 9, 1974 and December 31, 1976, IWMG issued

checks in a total amount exceeding $100,000 to political candidates and committees, approximately $26,500 of which went to identifiable federal candidates or party related committees.

Most of these payments were made through the instruimentably

of IMG, but were made possible by specific transfers of cash fran Omni-Rx IW'G Trust Account through the IWMG Account to political candidates and Ccmittees. Soie of the funds utilized to make these contributions were borrowed fran OnniRx by IVVG, and recorded as loans on the books of both OQmi-Rx and IWMG. Many of these contributions were charged to Dr. Dickstein, Mr. Newell, other persons named in paragraph 3-C, and other physicians employed by IfMG.

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All of the contribution checks were signed by either Dr. Dickstein

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Some of the individuals to whcm the contributions were charged

or Mr. Newell.

deny any knowledge of the fact that political contributions were made in In particular, scme of said individuals have stated, under penalty

their names.

of perjury, that they had no advance knowledge that political contributions were being made in their nanes. WHEPEFORE, respondent Dickstein agrees: The use of partnership funds for the contributions made in the

IV.

nane of partners and employees of IM

constitute the making of contributions

in the name of others within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. S441f, and it predecessor 18 U.S.C. §614. V.

The use of Oni-Rx funds for contributions to Federal political

candidates and cointtees constitutes prohibited corporate contributions within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. 5441b and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. §610. C

As such, the

use of corporate funds for political contributions is in violation of 2 U.S.C. §441b and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. S610. VI. Respondent Dickstein agrees that he will pay a civil penalty in the amount of $5,000 pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437(a) (6)(B). VII.

Respondent Dickstein agrees that he will not undertake any

activity which is in violation of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended, 2 U.S.C. §431 et seq. GENERAL COMITICNS: VIII. The Ccxrrssion, on request of anyone filing a corrplaint under 2 U.S.C §437g(a) (1)concerning the matters at issue herein, or on its own motion, may review compliance with this agreement.

If the Corission believes that this

agreement or any requirement thereof has been violated, it may institute a civil action for relief in the District Court for the District of Columbia pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437g(a)(1). IX.

It is mutually agreed that this agreement shall became effective as of the date that all parties hereto executed same and the Comission has approved the entire agreenent. X.

It is agreed that respondent Dickstein shall have thirty (30) days from the date this agreement becoms effective to ccply witl and to implement the requirement contained in this agreement. XI.

It is nutually agreed that this conciliation agreement has been entered for the sole purpose of obtaining voluntary Collliance with the Federal Election laws, and may not be used against Dr. Dickstein, or be considered by court or administrative agency, except in an action brought by the Commission upon violation of this agreement. XII.

The Commission agrees that it shall recommend against any subsequent action, whether civil or criminal, against the respondent except for any action brought pursuant to Section VII. DATED: William C. Oldaker General Counsel Federal Election Corission 1325 K Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20463 (202) 52304143 DATED: Edward R. Dickstein Respondent 4670 West Imperial Highway Inglewood, California 90304 (213) 678-2596

BEFORE THE FEDERAL ELFCTION CCVVSSION July 6, 1978 In the Matter of Merv Newell

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MUR 373 (77)

CONCILIATION AGREEMENT This matter having been initiated on the basis of a canplaint filed by the California Department of Corporations, an "r

investigation having been conducted, and the Commission having found reasonable cause to believe that respondent Newell violated 2 U.S.C. §441b and 9441f; Now therefore, the respective parties herein, the Federal Election Ccrnission (hereinafter "the Comnission") and respondent Newell having duly entered into conciliation pursuant to 2 U.S.C. §437g(a)(5), do hereby agree as follows: I. That the Comission has jurisdiction over respondent Newell and the subject matter of this proceeding. II.

That respondent Newell has had a reasonable opportunity

to demonstrate that no action should be taken in this matter. III. A.

That the pertinent facts in this matter are as follows: Cmni-Rx Health Systems, Inc. (hereinafter "Omni-Rx") was

a publicly held corporation, which was incorporated under the laws of the State of California in 1971, and is now in receivership. B. Imperial West Medical Group (hereinafter "IWMG")

was a California general partnership which engaged in a group medical practice frxn before September 9, 1974 until December 31, 1976. C.

IWMG had a contract with Omni-Rx under which Crr-Rx

provided management,

logistical support,

and ancillary support.

The following individuals were among the partners of IWMG: Edw rd R. Dickstein, M.D. Cranford L. Scott, M.D. Ronald W. Strahan, M.D. Anitha T. Mitchell, M.D. Kenneth H. Geiger, M.D. Robert M. Higgenbottom, M.D. Myron Koch, M.D. Alvin Markovitz, M.D. D. Merv Newell is Executive Vice President and Treasurer and a Director of Onni-Rx.

He was also, prior to 1976, Vice

President for Corporate Finance of Omni-Rx.

Newell owns, directly

or indirectly, about 3 per centum of the outstanding common stock of Cmni-Rx.

In his capacity as an officer of Omni-Px, Newell was

responsible for the financial management of IWMG. E. Edward R. Dickstein is the President and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Cmni-Rx.

Dickstein was a founder of

Omni-Rx and directly or indirectly owns about 20.3 per centum of its outstanding comon stock.

He, also, has been a principal partner

of IWMG.

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F. Between September 9, 1974 and December 31, 1976, IWMG issued checks in a total amount exceeding $100,000 to political candidates and committees, approximately $26,500 of which went to identifiable federal candidates or party related committees.

Most of these payments were made through the

instrumentably of IWMG, but were made possible by specific transfers C-

of cash from Omni-Rx IWMG Trust account through the IWMG Account to political candidates and Committees.

Scoe of the funds utilized to make

these contributions were borrowed frcm Cmni-Rx by IWMG, and recorded as loans on the books of both

mni-Rx and IWMG.

Many of these con-

tributions were charged to Dr. Dickstein, Mr. Newell, other persons named in paragraph 3-C, and other physicians employed by IWMG. G.

All of the contribution checks were signed by either

Dr. Dickstein or Mr. Newell. Some of the individuals to whcm the contributions were charged deny any knowledge of the fact that political contributions were made in their names.

In particular,

some of said individuals have stated, under penalty of perjury, that they had no advance knowledge that political contributions were being made in their names. WHEREFORE, respondent Newell agrees: IV.

The use of partnership funds for the contributions

made in the name of partners and employees of IWMG constitute the making of contributions in the name of others within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. §44 1 f, and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. R614. -3-

V.

The use of Cmni-Rx funds for contributions to Federal

political candidates and committees constitutes prohibited corporate contributions within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. !0441b rnd its predecessor 18 U.S.C. §610.

As such, the use of corporate funds for

political contributions is in violation of 2 U.S.C. 9441b and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. §610. VI.

Respondent Newell agrees that he will pay a civil

penalty in the amount of $5,000 pursuant to 2 U.S.C. VII.

437(a)(6)(B).

Respondent Newell agrees that he will not undertake

any activity which is in violation of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended, 2 U.S.C. 9431, et se. GENERAL, CONDITIONS: VIII.

The Comission, on request of anyone filing a complaint

Cunder 2 U.S.C. 9437g(a)(1) concerning the matters at issue herein, or on its own motion, may review compliance with this agreement. If

the Ccrmssion believes that this agreement or any requirement

thereof has been violated, it may institute a civil action for relief in the District Court for the District of Columbia pursuant to 2 U.S.C. 9437g(a)(1). IX.

It is

mutually agreed that this agreement shall become

effective as of the date that all parties hereto executed same and the Commission has approved the entire agreement. X.

It is agreed that respondent Newell shall have

thirty (30) days from the date this agreement becomes effective to comply with and to implement the requirement contained in this agreement.

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XI.

It

is

mutually agreed that this conciliation agree-

ment has been entered for the sole purpose of obtaining voluntary compliance with the Federal Election laws,

and may not be used

against Mr. Newell or be considered by court or administrative agency, except in an action brought by the Commission upon violation of this agreement. XII.

The Conmission agrees that it shall recommend against

any subsequent action, whether civil or criminal, against the respondent except for any action brought pursuant to Section VII.

DATED:

William C. Oldaker General Counsel Federal Election Comnission 1325 K Street, N. W. Washington, D. C. 20463 (202) 523-4143

DATED: Merv Newell Respondent 4670 West Imperial Highway Inglewood, California 90304 (213) 678-2596

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Gentlemen:

Reference is made to my telephone conversation with Biz Van Gelder on October 20, 1978. The purpose of this letter is to confirm, on behalf of our clients Dickstein and Newell, that they have offered to enter into a conciliation agreement with the Federal Election Commission calling for a total payment of $10,000 by them. The draft of agreements furnished to me by Ms. Van Gelder in July of this year are generally acceptable to my clients, but require minor modifications which I am sure will be acceptable to you. After we have been notified that you have accepted our offer, and after the written agreements have been reduced to their final form (including the allocation of the $10,000 penalty between Dickstein and Newell), Dr. Dickstein and Mr. Newell are prepared to execute the agreements aflnoAt immediate clients.

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BEOM THE FEERAL EIBMIN OOMMSSIN

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I, Marjorie W. Emmons, Secretary to the Federal Election Camission, do hereby certify that on October 25, 1978, the Cammission, meeting in Executive Session, determined by votes of 5-0 to take the follawing actions in MUR 373 (77): -4

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probable finding inofMUR Septenber Rescind 373 (77) the 1978 respondents that 13, believe cause tothe violated 2 U.S.C. SS44lb and 441f and the authorization to institute a civil law suit.

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Adopt the recamendation of the General Counsel to accept the amount of $10,000 civil penalty and conclude the matter through conciliation.

Voting affirmatively for this action were Comnissioners Aikens, C-

Harris, Springer, Thcann, and Tiernan. Attest:

10/26/78

Marjorie W. Ens = Secretary to the Commission

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GENERAL CaXNSEL"S REPOR

O)n September 13, 1978, the C(mnission detenmied there was probable cause to believe that the abovementioned Respondents had violated sections 441b and 441f of the Act.

The "wide difference between the

Comission's and Respondents' view of what an adequate penalty should be" was cited as the main reason for C

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not accepting the Respondents' counter-offer of $5,525. Respondents' no propose $10,000. RCCMME4ATIN : The Qoarission should accept this amount and conclude the matter through conciliation.

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EBMW, MIE FEDMVZ EEBCrrCN C044MICN

In the Matter of KIR 373 (77)

Merv Newell Edward Dickstein

I, Marjorie W. Emmons, Secretary to the Federal Election Commissicn, do hereby certify that on September 13, 1978, the Caumission determined pow

by a vote of 5-0 to adopt the r--tion

of the General Counsel to

find probable cause to believe that the respondents in the above-capticned matter violated 2 U.S.C. SS441b and 441f and authorize the institution of a civil law suit. cw

Camissioner Springer was not present at the tine of the vote. Attest:

Date

(/Marjorie W. msons Secretary to the Camrnission

SESSION September 13, 1978 0EXECUTIVE

BEFORE THE FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION September 1, 1978

In the Matter of)

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Merv Newell Edward Dickstein)

373 (77)

GENERAL COUNSEL'IS REPORT I.

SUMMARY On March 1, 1978, the Commission found reasonable cause

to believe that Merv Newell and Edward Dickstein violated 2 u.S.C. SS44lb and 441f by effecting corporate contributions from Omni-Rx Health Systems, Inc. through the Imperial West Medical Group Trust Account in the names of partners of Imperial West. II.

CONCILIATION NEGOTIATIONS During conciliation, counsel for the Commission and

respondents had negotiated the attached proposed conciliation agreements, but could not agree upon civil penalties. Attachments A & B).

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The Commission had authorized a civil

penalty of $26,500 per respondent on March 1, 1978 which represented the amount of contributions from Omni-Rx to Federal candidates and committees.

Since then, respondents have made

varying counter offers of civil penalties which were based on inconsistent and incomplete arguments.

They first counter-offered

with $1,650 per respondent which was based upon a total figure of $3,233.33 which respondents proposed as the total amount of

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contributions made through the auspices of Imperial West Medical Group without the authorization of Drs. Geiger, Mitchell, and Grier. 1/

Thus, the difference between the Commission's

rationale and respondents' is that the former's is based upon the 441b violation while the latter's is premised upon a 441f violation.

While respondents did not believe that they had

even made corporate contributions, (since they had labelled them as "loans" from Omni-Rx) for the purpose of conciliation they now will admit to a 441b violation.

(See paragraph 5, p. 4, of

the proposed conciliation agreement.) At the July 6, 1978, conciliation meeting, counsel offered a civil penalty of $5,000 on behalf of Dr. Dickstein and stated that Mr. Newell would not go above his previous offer of $1,650. However, counsel has modified his offer by letter of August 11, 1978 and states that respondents would be willing to pay a collective penalty of $5,525.

This figure, they state, represents

50% of the Federal campaign contributions allegedly made by Omni-Rx in violation of S441b, but only after May 11, 1976. The attached conciliation agreements include major concessions by respondents in an effort to close this case through

1/ Respondents omitted their own contributions in reaching their figure for a civil penalty since they maintain they could not make a 441f contribution; however, they did not indicate why they omitted the contributions allegedly made in the names of Drs. Scott, Higgenbotham, Strahan, Koch and Markovitz.

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conciliation. 2/ Earlier challenges by them included the elimination of an admission of liability clause; venue in California rather than the District of Columbia in the event of a breach of the agreement; and a complete omission of the 441b violation.

All of these omissions would now be reinserted

by respondents in the present agreement, see paragraphs IV,V, and VIII. -

Respondents' willingness to sign agreements with the reduced penalties is accompanied by their arguments that B 441b is unconstitutional and that an imposition of any penalties to cover violations which took place before the date of enactment of the amendments violates the ex post facto clause of the Constitution. Although the Supreme Court has never ruled on the constitionality of S 441b or its predecessor 18 U.S.C. S 610, it has frequently recognized the legitimacy of the statute's purposes. See, e.g., Cort v. Ash, 422 U.S. 66 (1975); First National Bank of Boston v. Bellotti,

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46 U.S.L.W. 4371(1978).

Several lower courts have expressly ruled 8 441b constitutional, see United States v. Chestnut, 533 F. 2d 40 (2d Cir. 1976), cert. den., 429 U.S. 829 (1976); United States v. Boyle, 482 F. 2d 755 (D.C. Cir. 1973),

cert. den., 414 U.S.

1076 (1973).

2/ Respondents' interest in pressing their view could be attributed to two recent decisions involving Omni-Rx. The first was an administrative decision by the California Department of Justice to drop its criminal investigation of Omni-Rx's alleged violation of 9 Calf. Gov't. Code S 84301 (No contributions shall be made, directly or indirectly, by an person in a name other than the name by which such person is identified for legal purposes.) In another matter, Omni-Rx successfully had venue of the S.E.C. case switched from the District of Columbia to California.

-4-. As for respondents' ex post facto argument, that clause of the Constitution has been construed to apply to criminal rather than civil prosecutions, Mabler v. Eby, 264 U.S. 32 (1924).

In addition, the application of the ex post facto

provision has been limited to changes in substance not procedure, Dobbert v. Florida, 432 U.S. 282 (1977).

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ments made no change in the elements of the substantial violation, and an imposition of a civil penalty would be considered procedural since the civil penalties are substantially less onerous than the criminal sanctions of the prior amendments. Thus, respondents should not be able to invoke the prohibition of the ex post facto clause as a defense. Given the wide difference between the Commission's and Respondents' view of what an adequate penalty should be and the weakness of their legal challenges to S441b as well as the length of time in which the Respondents' have had to conciliate the Commission, we propose that the Commission reject their

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2 U.S.C. S§441b and 441f and authorize the institution of a civil law suit.

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Merv Newell

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CONCILIATION AGREEMENT This matter having been initiated on the basis of a complaint filed by the California Department of Corporations, an investigation having been conducted, and the Commission having found reasonable cause to believe that respondent Newell violated 2 U.S.C. §441b and S441f; Now, therefore, the respective parties herein, the Federal 7

Election Commission (hereinafter "the Commission") and respondent Newell having duly entered into conciliation pursuant to

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S437g(a)(5), do hereby agree as follows: I.

That the Commission has jurisdiction over respondent

Newell and the subject matter of this proceeding. II.

That respondent Newell has had a reasonable

opportunity to demonstrate that no action should be taken in this matter. III.

That the pertinent facts in this matter are as

follows: A.

Omni-Rx Health Systems, Inc. (hereinafter

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Rx") was a publicly held corporation, which was incorporated under the laws of the State of California in 1971, and is now in receivership. B.

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IWMG had a contract with Omni-Rx under which

Omni-Rx provided management, logistical support, and ancillary aymonL7 support. The following individuals were Ae partners of IWMG: Edward R. Dickstein, M.D. Cranford L. Scott, M.D. Ronald W. Strahan, M.D. Anitha T. Mitchell, M.D. Kenneth H. Geiger, M.D. Robert M. Higgenbottom, M.D. Myron Koch, M.D. Alvin Markovitz, M.D. D.

Merv Newell is Executive Vice President and

Treasurer and a Director of Omni-Rx. C

He was also, prior to

1976, Vice President for Corporate Finance of Omni-Rx.

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owns, directly or indirectly, about 3 per centum of the outstanding common stock of Omni-Rx.

In his capacity as an officer

of Omni-Rx, Newell was responsible for the financial management of IWMG. E. Edward R. Dickstein is the President and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Omni-Rx.

Dickstein was a founder of

Omni-Rx and directly or indirectly owns about 20.3 per centum of its outstanding common stock. partner of IWMG.

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Between September 9, 1974 and December 31, 1976,

IWMG issued checks in a total amount exceeding $100,000 to political candidates and committees, approximately $26,500 of which went to identifiable federal candidates or party related committees.

Most of these payments were made through the

instrumentably of IWMG, but were made possible by specific transfers of cash from Omni-Rx IWMG Trust Account through the IWMG Account to political candidates and Committees.

Some of

the funds utilized to make these contributions were borrowed from Omni-Rx by IWMG, and recorded as loans on the books of both Omni-Rx and IWMG.

Many of these contributions were charged to

Dr. Dickstein, Mr. Newell, other persons named in paragraph 3-C, and other physicians employed by IWMG. G.

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All of the contribution checks were signed by

either Dr. Dickstein or Mr. Newell.

Some of the individuals

to whom- the contributions were charged deny any knowledge of the fact that political contributions were made in their names. (some of said individuals)

In particular,/the individuals listed

above/have stated, under

penalty of perjury, that they had no advance knowledge that political contributions were being made in their names. WHEREFORE, respondent Newell agrees: IV.

The use of partnership funds for the contributions

made in the name of partners

and employees of IWMG constitute

the making of contributions in the name of others within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. §441f, and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. S614.

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The use of Omni-Rx funds for contributions to Federal

political candidates and committees constitutes prohibited corporate contributions within the meaning of 2 U.S-.C. 5441b and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. S610.

As such, the use of corporate funds for

political contributions is in violation of 2 U.S.C. S441b and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. S610. VI.

Respondent Newell agrees that he will pay a civil

penalty in the amount of

pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437(a) (6)(B).

VII. Respondent Newell agrees that he will not undertake any activity which is in violation of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended, 2 U.S.C. S431, et seq. GENERAL CONDITIONS: VIII. The Commission, on request of anyone filing a complaint under 2 U.S.C. S437g(a) (1) concerning the matters at issue herein, C

or on its own motion, may review complaince with this agreement. If the Commission believes that this agreement or any requirement thereof has been violated, it may institute a civil action for, relief in the District Court for the District of Columbia pursuant to 2 U.S.C. §437g(a) (1). IX.

It is mutually agreed that this agreement shall become

effective as of the date that all parties hereto executed same and the Commission has approved the entire agreement. X.

It is agreed that respondent Newell shall have

thirty (30) days from the date this agreement becomes effective to comply with and to implement the requirement contained in this agreement.

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voluntary ment has been entered for the sole purpose of obtaining be used compliance with the Federal Election laws, and may not against Mr. Newell, or be considered by court or administrative upon violation agency, except in an action brought by the Commission of this agreement. The Commission agrees that it shall recommend against subsequent action, whether civil or criminal, against the XII.

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BEFORE THE FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION July 6, 1978

In the Matter of

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Edward R. Dickstein

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MUR 373 (77)

CONCILIATION AGREEMENT This matter having been initiated on the basis of a complaint filed by the California Department of Corporations, an investigation having been conducted, and the Commission having found reasonable cause to believe that respondent Dickstein violated 2 U.S.C. §441b and S441f; Now, therefore, the respective parties herein, the Federal Election Commission (hereinafter "the Commission") and respondent Dickstein, having duly entered into conciliation pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437g(a)(5), do hereby agree as follows: C

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That the Commission has jurisdiction over respondent

Dickstein and the subject matter of this proceeding. II.

That respondent Dickstein has had a reasonable

opportunity to demonstrate that no action should be taken in this matter. III.

That the pertinent facts in this matter are as

follows: A.

Omni-Rx Health Systems, Inc. (hereinafter "Omni-

Rx") was a publicly held corporation, which was incorporated under the laws of the State of California in 1971, and is now in receivership. B.

Imperial West Medical Group (hereinafter "IW14G")

-2was a California general partnership which engaged in a group medical practic from before September 9, 1974 until December 31, 1976. C.

IWMG had a contract with Omni-Rx under which

Omni-Rx provided management, logistical support, and ancillary am ong

support.

The following individuals were/the partners of IWMG: Edward R. Dickstein, M.D. Cranford L. Scott, M.D. Ronald W. Strahan, M.D. Anitha T. Mitchell, M.D. Kenneth H. Geiger, M.D. Robert M. Higgenbottom, M.D. Myron Koch, M.D. Alvin Markovitz, M.D. D.

Merv Newell is Executive Vice President and

Treasurer and a Director of Omni-Rx. (1976, C-

He was also, prior to

Vice President for Corporate Finance of Omni-Rx.

Newell

owns, directly or indirectly, about 3 per centum of the outstanding common stock of Omni-Rx.

In his capacity as an officer

of Omni-Rx, Newell was responsible for the financial management of IWMG. E.

Edward R. Dickstein is the President and Chairman

of the Board of Directors of Omni-Rx.

Dickstein was a founder of

Omni-Rx and directly or indirectly owns about 20.3 per centum of its outstanding common stock. partner of IWMG.

He, also, has been a principal

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Between September 9, 1974 and December 31, 1976,

IWMG issued checks in a total amount exceeding $100,000 to political candidates and committees, approximately $26,500 of which went to identifiable federal candidates or party related committees.

Most of these payments were made through the

instrumentablyof IWMG, but were made possible by specific transfers of cash from Omni-Rx IWMG Trust Account through the IWMG Account to political candidates and Committees.

Some of

the funds utilized to make these contributions were borrowed from Omni-Rx by IWMG, and recorded as loans on the books of both Omni-Rx and IWMG.

Many of these contributions were charged to

Dr. Dickstein, Mr. Newell, other persons named in paragraph 3-C, and other physicians employed by IWMG. G. All of the contribution checks were signed by either Dr. Dickstein or Mr. Newell. to whom

Some of the individuals

the contributions were charged deny any knowledge of

the fact that political contributions were made in their names. (some of said individuals)

In particular,/the individuals listed above/have stated, under penalty of perjury, that they had no advance knowledge that political contributions were being made in their names. WHEREFORE, respondent Dickstein agrees: IV.

The use of partnership funds for the contributions

made in the name of partners and employees of IWMG constitute the making of contributions in the name of others within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. §441f, and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. S614.

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The use of Omni-Rx funds for contributions to Federal

political candidates and committees constitutes prohibited corporate contributions within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. S441b and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. S610.

As such, the use of corporate funds for

political contributions is in violation of 2 U.S.C. S44lb and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. S610. VI. Respondent Dickstein agrees that he will pay a civil penalty in the amount of VII.

pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437(a)(6) (B).

Respondent Dickstein agrees that he will not undertake

any activity which is in violation of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended, 2 U.S.C. S431, et seq. GENERAL CONDITIONS: VIII.

The Commission, on request of anyone filing a complaint

under 2 U.S.C. §437g(a) (1) concerning the matters at issue herein, or on its own motion, may review compliance with this agreement. C

If the Commission believes that this agreement or any requirement thereof has been violated, it may institute a civil action for relief in the District Court for the District of Columbia pursuant to 2 U.S.C. IX.

S437g(a) (1). It is mutually agreed that this agreement shall become

effective as of the date that all parties hereto executed same and the Commission has approved the entire agreement. X.

It is agreed that respondent Dickstein shall have

thirty (30) days from the date this agreement becomes effective to comply with and to implement the requirement contained in this agreement.

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mnent has been entered for the sole purpose of obtaining voluntary compliance with the Federal Election laws,

and may not be used

against Dr. Dickstein, or be considered by court or administrative agency, except in an action brought by the Commission upon violation of this agreement. XII.

The Commission agrees that it shall recommend against

any subsequent action, whether civil or criminal, against the respondent except for any action brought pursuant to Section VII.

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Edward R. Dickstein Respondent 4670 West Imperial Highway Inglewood, California 90304 (213) 6 78-2596

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Gentlemen: Reference is made to your letter dated March 7, 1978, to our letter dated April 4, 1978 and to a meeting between the undersigned and Biz Van Gelder of your staff on July 6th of this year. We have carefully evaluated our position and, for the reasons stated below, agree to pay the sum of $5,525 in penalties to conciliate our dispute with your Commission. This settlement represents 50% of the Federal camDaign contributions allegedly made by Omni-Rx Health Systems after/May 11, 1976- -the date of enactment of the Federal Election Act of 1976. As you will recall, we have taken the position that the Federal statute prohibiting Federal campaign contributions by corporate entities violates the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is hence unconstitutional.. We have also taken the position that the contributions in question were made by the partners of Imperial West Medical Group and not by Omni-Rx Health Systems. Dr. Dickstein and Mr. Newell are willing to litigate these issues, but in the spirit of conciliation, will collectively pay a total penalty in the amount described in the first paragraph of this letter to preclude the necessity of further litigation. Prior to May 11, 1976, the only remedy possessed by the Federal Government to combat violations of the Federal Election laws were criminal prosecution or a

Federal Election Commission August Ii, 1978 Page Two

The effect civil action seeking injunctive relief. of the passage of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1976 was to add the statutory scheme providing for the penalties for campaign contributions imposition of civil It is our position 'that the in violation of the Act. be construed to authorize the not 1976 Amendments should illegal contributions made for penalty imposition of a To construe the thereof. date effective the to prior imposition of retroactive the for provide to statute penalties would constitute an expost facto enactment, in violation of Article I, Section 9 of the United States Constitution. With resDect to the drafts of the proposed conciliation agreements furnished to the undersigned by Biz Van Gelder of your staff on July 6, 1978, the following changes are suggested: The word "among" should be inserted between 1. appearing in the second the words "were" and "the" sentence of paragraph III, C ; The phrase "some ofis aU individuals" should 2. be substituted for the phrase "the individual listed below" in the third sentence of paragraph III,,G. We look forward4 to heai'

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July 17, 1978 MEMORANDUM TO:

CHARLES STEELE

FROM:

MARJORIE W. EMMONS

SUBJECT:

MUR 373 - Interim Status Report dated 7-12-78 Signed: 7-14-78 Received in Office of Commission Secretary: 7-14-78, 2:37

The above-mentioned document was circulated on a 24 hour no-objection basis at 4:00 p.m., July 14, 1978. As of 4:00 p.m.

this date, no objections have been

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In the Matter of) MUR 373 (77) Edward Dickstein) Merv Newell)

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INTERIM STATUS REPORT On July 6, 1978, General Counsel's staff met with

Richard Gannon, counsel for respondents Newell and Dickstein. At that time, both respondents agreed to language which is substantially similar to the Commission's proposed conciliation C7

agreement.

In addition, Dr. Dickstein agreed to increase his

counter-offered civil penalty from $1,650 to $5,000, while C?

Mr. Newell maintained he would not pay a penalty of more than his original counter-offer of $1,650.

We advised counsel that,

given the Commission's original penalty proposal of $26,500 per respondent, we could not recommend that it adopt these counterof fers.

Mr. Gannon will consult with his clients and advise us

shortly as to whether they would agree to higher amounts.

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Ms. Biz Van Gelder Federal Election Commission 1325 K Street N.W. Washington, D.C. 20463 Re: Your File No. MUR373(77) Our File No. 771N0004 Dear Ms. Van Gelder: Enclosed is a copy of the California Department of Corporations audit report which you requested. If I can be of any further assistance, please contact me at the telephone number indicated below. Very truly yours,

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OT1NI-RX HEALTH SYSEIS POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS From

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JOi M. GREY Senior Enforcement Examiner (LA)

The documents obtained from ORHS under the search warrant were examined to determine how the political contributions were recorded by ORHS. Copies of these documents are attached. r

The funds used to make the political contributions were charged by QRHS, in most cases, to the Account No. 118.81 "Due to/from IWMG". In 197L., ORMS disbursed the following political contributions from the Doctors Group bank account and charged them as follows:

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Other political contributions made by ORHS from the IWMG Trust Account were charged to Account No. 118.81 Due to/from IWNG. The political contributions that were disbursed by ORHS through the IvfIG account at Crocker National Bank were charged to Account No. 118.81 Due to/from IWMG when the funds were transferred from the IWMG Trust Account. An analysis of Account No. 118.81 Due to/from I-G for the period July 1, 1973 through December 31, 1976 disclosed that at all times IVMG owed money to ORHS. Analysis of cash collections from receivables and draws paid the doctors during the same time period disclosed the following: Cash collections 43%6 due doctors Doctors Draws paid Excess draws

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If the political contributions are considered advances to the doctors, then the doctors would owe about $105,000 more, or a total of $261.520 to ORHS. At the end of eac]i quarter, ORHS would record a journal entry crediting Account No. 118.81 Due to/from IWMG for the balance in Account No. 111.81 Agency-I14IG, and notinpr it as a "Transfer of Receivables". The effect of this transaction would be to give the doctors full credit for the patients receivables regardless of collections by reducing, their debt to ORHS. The doctors, thereafter, would have no further interest in the collections from those receivables lransferred.

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Ms. Biz Van Gelder Federal Election Commission+ 1325 K Street, NW Washington, DC 20463 Re:

Edward R. Dickstein and Merv Newell MUR 373(77)

Dear Ms. Van Gelder:

Reference is made to our telephone conversations of June 19th and June 28th, 1978. I sincerely apologize for not confirming, in writing, that our clients Edward R. Dickstein and Merv Newell were willing to enter into a comprcnise agreement with you providing for a total fine of $5,000 after our conversation on June 19th. I, and nobody else was to blame and I sincerely apologize for my rudeness. As agreed in our most recent conversation, I will be in Washington on Thursday, July 6th for a hearing in Judge Hart's Courtroom. The hearing is at 10:00 a.m. After the hearing I will telephone you in the hopes that we may meet for lunch. I look forw.

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June 26, 1978

MEMORANDUM TO:

CHARLES STEELE

FROM:

MARJORIE W. EMIONSI

SUBJECT:

MUR 373 (77) - Interim Status Report dated 6-20-78 Signed: 6-22-78, Received In OCS: 6-22-78, 4:30

The above-mentioned document was circulated on a 24 hour no-objection basis at 9:30 a.m., June 23, 1978. As of 10:30 a.m.,

this date, no objections have been

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MR 373(77)

INTERIM STATUS REPORT Negotiations are still pending in the matter of Omni-Rx. Counsel for Respondents Newell and Dickstein has asked for a final in-person conciliation attempt on July 3, 1978.

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reasonable counter-offer is not made by respondents at that time, we shall prepare a General Counsel's C

report recommending probable cause to believe that Mr. Newell and Dr. Dickstein have violated 2 U.S.C. SS441b and 441f.

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May 31, 1978 MEMORANDUM TO:

CHARLES STEELE

FROM:

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SUBJECT:

MUR 373 (77) - Interim Conciliation Report dated 5-26-78 Received in Office of Commission Secretary: 5-26-78

The above-mentioned document was circulated on a 24 hour no-objection basis at 1:30 p.m., May 30, 1978. There were no objections to the Interim Conciliation Report.

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In the Matter of MUR 373(77)

Merv Newell Edward Dickstein

INTERIM CONCILIATION REPORT Negotiations are still continuing in the matter of Ordni-Rx.

Thus far, we have been able to agree on venue

and admission of liability clauses, as well as the retention of the 441b violation in the agreement.

Negotiations are now centering on the amount of the civil penalty.

Our original proposal suggested a penalty of

$26,500 per respondent and counsel for respondent countered with $1650 per respondent.

Counsel stated that he would be

in further contact with both his clients, Newell md Dickstein, to discuss a higher counteroffer.

We shall attempt to bring

a final conciliation agreement to the Commission shortly.

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William C. Oldaker General Counsel

FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION 1325 K SIREET N.W WASHINGTOND.C. 20463

APRIL 24, 1978 MEMORANDUM TO:

CHARLES STEELE

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MUR 467 MUR 473 MUR 526 At 4:00 p.m. on Monday, April 24, 1978, we have received no objections to the recommendations in the above-named reports.

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In the Matter of) Merv Newell Edward Dickstein (Omn i-Rx)

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INTERIM CONCILIATION REPORT On April 10, 1978, respondents, through counsel, offered a modified conciliation agreement to the Commission. propose three changes.

They are:

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(1) a reduction of the penalty,

(2) elimination of the admission of liability clause, and (3) an omission of the 441b violation. Aside from the negotiations on the penalty and admission,

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conciliation process has focused on the corporate contri-

butions violation. N

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difficulty" is with the provision in the Commission's proposal that "assumes" that the money from Omni-Rx was a corporate contribution.

Counsel states that the SEC and California Department

of Corporation's investigations have "amply demonstrated" that these amounts were recorded as "loans," and that it "is impossible for us to agree that they constituted the 'use of corporate funds' within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. S44lb."

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course, a loan is considered a "contribution or expenditure" within the meaning of 441b, so this area should be something which can be clarified during the conciliation process.

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We expect that the respondents will continue to conciliate these matters expeditiously and that a final resolution to this matter may be effected via conciliation.

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Gentlemen: Reference is made to your letters dated March 7, 1978 and to the proposed agreements attached thereto. We have carefully examined your proposed agreements and, for the reasons stated below, suggest that they be modified in the manner outlined in the attached agreements. iAs you can see, the main changes set forth in our proposed drafts concern the reduction of the proposed civil penalty from $26,500 to $I,6 5 0O.0.Our number is based on the.proposition that, at best, $3,233.33 of the amounts contributed through the auspices of Imperial West Medical Group to federal candidated during the period in question were made without the authorization of the persons named as contributors on the checks in question. We refer, of course, to contributions authorized by Drs. Kenneth H. Geiger, Anitha T. Mitchell and Barnett Grier. We are aware that the aforementioned individuals claim the campaign contributions were made without their consent. We disagree and, as a basis for compromise, agree to pay over fifty percent of the amounts contributed by said individuals to federal candidates. The second most significant change in our draft of the proposed agreement is that our clients neither admit nor deny the truth of the factual allegations contained therein. For Obvious reasons, our clients

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hestijtate to place their impritreo any factual !'statement , which could possibly be, used againtit themn. in a-criminal proceeding, or, in the alternative, -utilizedIto fuel the delusions currently harbored by other governmental agencies., On the oth r hand, we are willing to compromise in the.

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our greatest difficulty with your version of the proposed agreements is that they assume, for the purpose of the compromise, that,"Amounts borrowed from Omni-Rx Health candidates Systems and 'utilized as campaign contributions to for federal office constitute contributions by Omni-Rx. As you know, parallel investigations by the California Department of Corporations and the Securities and Exchange Commission have amply demonstratedethat the advances in question were recorded as loans on the books of both Omni-Rx Health Systems and imperial West Medical Group. Given these facts, it is impossible for us to agree that they constituted the "use of corporate funds" within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. S441(b) or that, in fact, the contributions in question were made by the corporation under 2 U.S.C. 9441(f). In closing, we apologize for the delay in responding to your compromise offer of March 7, 1978. Both Dr. Dickstein and Mr. Newell were out of the state for subdelaying past-several theaogie of we stantial portions nrsod r1hweeks,eathereby In closing, compromise. proposed your their independent considerati of Please telephone us if you h v any questions regarding our counter offer.

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CONCILIATION AGREEMENT This matter having been initiated on the basis of a complaint filed by the California Department of Corporations, an investigation having been conducted, and the Commission having found reasonable cause to believe that respondent Dickstein violated 2 U.S.C. S44lb and S441f; Now, therefore, the respective parties herein,

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the Federal Election Commission (hereinafter "the Commission") and respondent Dickstein (without admitting or denying the factual allegations as set forth below), having duly entered into conciliation pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437(a)(5), do hereby agree as follows: I.

That the Commission has jurisdiction over

respondent Dickstein and the subject matter of this proceeding. II.

That respondent Dickstein has had a reasonable

opportunity to demonstrate that no action should be taken in this matter. III. follows:

That the pertinent facts in this matter are as

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Omni-Rx Health Systems, Inc.

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"Omni-Rx") was a publicly held corporation, which was incorporated under the laws of the State of California in 1971, and is now in receivership. B.

Imperial West Medical Group (hereinafter "IWMG")

was a California general partnership which engaged in a group medical practice from before September 9, 1974 until after December 31, 1976. C.

IWMG had a contract with Omni-Rx under which

Omni-Rx provided management, logistical support, and ancillary support.

The following individuals were among

the partners of IWMG: Edward R. Dickstein, M.D. Cranford L. Scott, M.D. Ronald W. Strahan, M.D. Anitha T. Mitchell, M.D. Kenneth H. Geiger, M.D. Robert M. Higgenbothom, M.D. Myron Koch, M.D. Alvin Markovitz, M.D. D.

Merv Newell is Executive Vice President and

Treasurer and a Director of Omni-Rx.

He was also, prior

to 1976, Vice President for Corporate Finance of Omni-Rx. Newell owns, directly or indirectly, about 3 per centum of the outstanding common stock of Omni-Rx.

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I Edward R. Dickstein is the President and

Chairman of the Board of Directors of Omni-Rx.

Dickstein

was a founder of Omni-Rx and directly or indirectly owns about 20.3 per centum of its outstanding common stock. He, also, has been a principal partner of IWMG. F.

Between September 9, 1974 and December 31, 1976,

IWMG issued checks in a total amount exceeding $100,000 to political candidates and committees, approximately $26,500 of which went to identifiable federal candidates or party related committees.

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charged to specific individuals, including Dr. Dickstein, Mr. Newell, other persons named in paragraph 3-C, and

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utilized to make these contributions were borrowed from N

Omni-Rx by IWMG, and recorded as loans on the books of both Omni-Rx and IWMG. G.

All of the contribution checks were signed

by either Dr. Dickstein or Mr. Newell.

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individuals to whom the contributions were charged deny any knowledge of the fact that political contributions In particular, the individuals

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tions made in the name of Drs. Geiger, Mitchell and Grier constitute the making of contributions in the name of others within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. §441f, and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. S614. V.

Respondent Dickstein agrees that he will pay

a civil penalty in the amount of $1,650 pursuant to 2 U.S.C. §437(a) (6)(B). VI.

Respondent Dickstein agrees that he will not

undertake any activity which is in violation of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended, 2 U.S.C. S431, et seq. GENERAL CONDITIONS:

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DATED: Edward R. Dickstein Respondent 4670 West Imperial Highway Inglewood, California 90304 (213) 678-2596

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incorporated under the laws of the State 6f California in 1971, and is now in receivership. B.

Imperial West Medical Group (hereinafter. "IWMG")

was a California general partnership which engaged in a group medical practice from before September 9, 1974 until after December 31, 1976. C.

IWMG had a contract with Omni-Rx under which

Omni-Rx provided management, logistical support, and ancillary support.

The following individuals were among

the partners of IWMG: Edward R. Dickstein, M.D. Cranford L. Scott, M.D. Ronald W. Strahan, M.D. Anitha T. Mitchell, M.D. Kenneth H. Geiger, M.D. Robert M. Higgenbothom, M.D. Myron Koch, M.D. Alvin Markovitz, M.D.

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Merv Newell is Executive Vice President and

Treasurer and a Director of Omni-Rx.

He was also, prior

to 1976, Vice President for Corporate Finance of Omni-Rx. Newell owns, directly or indirectly, about 3 per centum of the outstanding common stock of Omni-Rx.

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In the Matter of

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Merv:Newell)

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This matter having been initiated on the basis of a complaint filed by the California Department of

mCorporations, an investigation having been conducted, and the Commission having found reasonable cause to believe that respondent Newell violated 2 U.S.C. S44lb and S441f; Now, therefore, the respective parties herein, the Federal Election Commission (hereinafter "the Commission") and respondent Newell (Without admitting or denying the factual allegations as set forth below), having duly entered into conciliation pursuant to 2 U.S.C. i$431(a) (5),

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agree as follows: I.

That the Commis~iqn has jurisdiction over

respondent Newell and the subject matter of this proceeding. II.

That respondent Newell has.,had 'a reasonable

opportunity to demonstrate that no action should be taken in this matter. III. follows:

That the pertinent facts in this matter are as

E. / Edward R. Dickstein is the President and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Omni-Rx,

Dickstein

Was a founder of Omni-Rx and directly or indirectly owns about 20.3 per centum of its outstanding common stock. He, also, has been a principal partner of IWMG. F.

Between September 9, 1974 and December 31, 1976,

IWMG issued checks in a total amount exceeding $100,000 to political candidates and committees, approximately $26,500 of which went to identifiable federal candidates or party related committees.

Many of these contributions were

charged to specific individuals, including Dr. Dickstein, Mr. Newell, other persons named in paragraph 3-C, and other physicians employed by IWMG.

Some of the funds

utilized to make these contributions were borrowed from Omni-Rx by IWMG, and recorded as loans on the books of both Omni-Rx and IWMG. G.

All of the contribution checks were signed

by either Dr. Dickstein or Mr. Newell.

Some of the

individuals to whom the contributions were charged deny any knowledge of the fact that political contributions were made in their names.

In particular, the individuals

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The use of partnership funds for the contribu-

tions made in the name of Drs. Geiger, Mitchell and Grier constitute the making of contributions in the name of others within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. S441f, and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. §614. V.

Respondent Newell agrees that he will pay

a civil penalty in the amount of $1,650 pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437g(a) (6)(B). VI.

Respondent Newell agrees that he will not

undertake any activity which is in violation of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended, 2 U.S.C. S431, et seq. GENERAL CONDITIONS: VII.

The Commission, on request of anyone filing

a complaint under 2 U.S.C. S437g(a) (1) concerning the matters at issue herein, or on its own motion, may review compliance with this agreement. -

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that-th-iS "agreement or any requir.mtent 'thereok, has 'been, violated, it may institute-a Civil action for, elief pursuant to 2 U.S.C. VIII,.

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have executed same and the Commission has approved' entlire agreement. IX. thirty (30)

It is agreed that respondent Newell shall have days from the date this agreement becomes

effective to comply with and to implement the requirement contained in this agreement. ., C?

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agreement has been entered for the sole purpose of obtaining voluntary compliance with the Federal Election laws, and

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March 7, 1978

Dr. Edward Dickstein 4670 West Imperial Highway Inglewood, California 90304 MUR 373(77) Dear Dr. Dickstein: This letter is to notify you that the Commission has found reasonable cause to believe that you violated 2 U.S.C. S§441b and 441f of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended. C ~from

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MUR 373 (77)

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I, Marjorie W. Emmons, Secretary to the Federal Election Commission, do hereby certify that on March 1, 1978, at an Executive Session of the Federal Election Commission at which a quorum was present, the Commission determined by a vote of 6-0 to adopt the following recommendations contained in the General Counsel's Report, dated February 22, 1978, in the above-captioned matter: 1. Find reasonable cause to believe that Merv Newell and Edward Dickstein violated 2 U.S.C. Sections 441b and 441f. 2. Send the letters and proposed conciliation agreements attached to the General Counsel's Report.

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Omni-Rx, et al.

GENERAL COUNSEL'S REPORT BACKGROUND: On June 6, 1977, the Commission determined that there reason to believe that Omni-Rx Health Systems, Inc.

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(Omni-Rx), a corporation, Imperial West Medical Group (IWMG), a partnership, and Dr. Edward Dickstein and Mr. Merv Newell violated Sections 441b and 441f of the Federal Election Campaign Act.

The facts of this matter are detailed in the General

Counsel's Report of June 6, 1977, and the Interim Status Report of August 10, 1977. EVIDENCE: In the Interim Status Report, the General Counsel requested the Commission's authorization to continue investigation of the matter, coordinating its efforts with the other Agencies involved, when appropriate.

Accordingly, bank statements and checks were

obtained, and the respondents deposed.

The bank materials

confirmed that money flowed from the corporation's account (the Omni-Rx IWMG Trust Account) through the partnership's account (the IWMG Account) to political candidates and committees.

The possibility of making advances to IWMG for

political contributions was never discussed at any OMNI-RX Board Meetings, nor did any partnership meeting of IWMG ever

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however, acknowledge that the signatures on some of the checks were theirs. N

For example, on page 14 of his deposition, Newell

acknowledged that "...(it) appears to be my signature" on the bottom of a check numbered 281 made out to IWMG for $6,000 on April 26, 1976 and drawn on the Trust Account. He then identified his signature on five of six subsequent checks numbered 1138, 1139, 1140, 1141, and 1142, drawn on the IWMG Account, all dated April 26, 1976, and paid to the order of the Carter for President Committee in the amount of $1,000 each. (See attachment 1). A different endorser, each of whom was one of the owners of Omni-Rx, is listed at the top lefthand corner of each check and in each case, when contacted, the individual listed had no idea a contribution was made in his or her name to the Carter Committee. 2/ 1/ At present, the California Department of Justice has pending a criminal investigation of this matter in which an indictment is expected shortly. 2/ "Edward Dickstein" appears as the endorser on check #1139 and it is probable he gave his consent. Higgenbothom, a partner, testified to the California Department of Corporations that he had given his consent to Newell. However, it is the opinion of the California Justice Department that Higgenbothom may have perjured himself to protect Newell. Prior to considering any Commission action with regard to Higgenbothom, we think it would be worthwhile to see who will be indicted by the state grand jury.

- 3 Similarly, on page 18 of his deposition, Dickstein identified his signature on one check numbered 1159 drawn on the IWMG Account made out to Democratic Convention Housing in the amount of $100.

In this case, "M. Newell" appeared as the

endorser in the upper lefthand corner of the check.

(see

attachment 2). LEGAL ANALYSIS: The documentary evidence and the depositions support the conclusions that a) Newell and Dickstein had access to corporate funds through a "slush fund" whose primary purpose appears to be to benefit political candidates and committees thus violating 2 U.S.C. S441b, and b) In effecting these contributions, Newell and Dickstein used other IWMG Officers' names without the officers' consent which constitutes a violation of 2 U.S.C. C"

S441f. Omni-Rx was recently put into receivership by the state of California and is no longer a viable corporate entity.

Newell

and Dickstein are the only officers of IWMG who had any knowledge of the slush fund or its purpose.

Therefore, IWMG, as an entity,

should not be included in further proceedings.

Consequently,

Newell and Dickstein are the only respondents against whom the Commission should now proceed.

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RECOMMENDATION: The Commission should find reasonable cause to believe that Merv Newell and Edward Dickstein violated 2 U.S.C. SS44lb and 441f, and approve the sending of the attached letters and proposed conciliation agreements.

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FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION 1325 K STREET N.W WASHINGTON,D.C. 20463 EIs, .

Mr. Merv Newell 4670 West Imperial Highway Inglewood, California 90304 Re:

MUR 373(77)

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This letter is to notify you that the Commission has found reasonable cause to believe that you violated 2 U.S.C. SS441b and 441f of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended. Title 2, Section 441b of the United States Code, prohibits anyone from using corporate funds to make political contributions. Section 441f prohibits anyone from making political contribution in the name of individual. The Commission has a duty to correct such violations for a period of thirty (30) days by informal methods of conference, conciliation, and persuasion and to enter into a conciliation agreement pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437g (a)(5)(A). If we are unable to reach an agreement during that period, the Commission may, upon a finding of probable cause to believe a violation has occurred, institute civil suit pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437g(a) (5)(B). If you decide to comply with the terms of the enclosed agreement, please sign and return it to the Commission within thirty (30) days. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Ms. Biz Van Gelder (202-523-4175), the attorney assigned to this matter. Sincerely yours, William C. Oldaker General Counsel cc:

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George DeRoy, Esquire

BEFORE THE FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION February 22, 1978 In the Matter of

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Merv Newell

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MUR 373 (77)

CONCILIATION AGREEMENT This matter having been initiated on the basis of a complaint filed by the California Department of Corporations, an investigation having been conducted, and the Commission having found reasonable cause to believe that respondent Newell violated 2 U.S.C. S44lb and S441f; Now, therefore, the respective parties herein, the Federal Election Commission (hereinafter "the Commission") and respondent having duly entered into conciliation pursuant to 2 U.S.C.

7Newell,

§437g(a) (5), do hereby agree as follows: I.

That the Commission has jurisdiction over respondent

Newell and the subject matter of this proceeding. II.

That respondent Newell has had a reasonable opportunity

to demonstrate that no action should be taken in this matter. III. X.

That the pertinent facts in this matter are as follows: Omni-Rx Health Systems, Inc. (hereinafter "Omni-Rx")

was a publicly held corporation, which was incorporated under the laws of the State of California in 1971, and is now in receivership.

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B.

Imperial West Medical Group (hereinafter "IWMG") is

a partnership which engages in group medical practice. C.

IWMG had a contract with Omni-Rx under which Omni-Rx

provided management, logistical support, and ancillary support. The following physicians constitute the IWMG partnership: Edward Dickstein, M.D. Cranford L. Scott, M.D. Ronald W. Strahan, M.D. AnithaT. Mitchell, M.D. Kenneth H. Geiger, M.D. Robert M. Higgenbothom, M.D. Myron Koch, M.D. Alvin Markovitz, M.D. D.

Merv Newell is Executive Vice President and Treasurer

and a Director of Omni-Rx.

He was also, prior to 1976, Vice

President for Corporate Finance of Omni-Rx.

Newell owns,

directly or indirectly, about 3 per centum of the outstanding common stock of Omni-Rx.

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Newell was also Business Manager of

IWMG. E.

Edward R. Dickstein has been the President and Chairman

of the Board of Directors of Omni-Rx.

Dickstein was a founder of

Omni-Rx and directly or indirectly owns about 20.3 per centum of its outstanding common stock.

He, also, has been a principal

partner of IWMG. F.

Between September 9, 1974, and December 31, 1976, Omni-

Rx, Newell and Dickstein expended more than $100,000 of funds of Omni-Rx for political candidates and committees, $26,500 (or 30%) of which went to identifiable Federal candidates or party related

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committees.

Most of these payments were made through the

instrumentality of IWMG, but were made possible by specific transfers of cash from the Omni-Rx IWMG Trust Account through the IWMG Account to political candidates and committees. G.

All of the contribution checks were signed by either

Dr. Dickstein or Mr. Newell in the names of the other partners of IWMG.

Those members of IWMG deny any knowledge of the so-

called "slush fund" or the political contributions made in their names. WHEREFORE, respondent Newell agrees: IV.

The use of Omni-Rx funds for contributions to Federal

political candidates and committees constitutes contributions within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. §441b, and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. §610.

As such, the use of corporate funds for political

contributions is in violation of 2 U.S.C. §441b and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. §610. V.

The use of corporate funds for the contributions made

in the name of IWMG partners constitutes the making of contributions in the name of others within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. S441f and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. S614. VI.

Respondent Newell agrees that he will pay a civil

penalty in the amount of $26,500 pursuant to 2 U.S.C. §437g(a) (6) (B). VII.

Respondent Newell agrees that he will not undertake any

activity which is in violation of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended, 2 U.S.C. §431, et seq.

-4 GENERAL CONDITIONS: VIII.

The Commission, on request of anyone filing a

complaint under 2 U.S.C. S437g(a) (1) concerning the matters at issue herein, or on its own motion, may review compliance with this agreement.

If the Commission believes that this

agreement or any requirement thereof has been violated, it may institute a civil action for relief in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. IX.

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It is mutually agreed that this agreement shall

become effective as of the date that all parties hereto have executed same and the Commission has approved the entire agreemnent. X.

It is agreed that respondent Newell shall have thirty

(30) days from the date this agreement becomes effective to comply with and to implement the requirement contained in this agreement. XI.

It is mutually agreed that this conciliation agreement

has been entered for the sole purpose of obtaining voluntary compliance with the Federal Election laws, and may not be used against Mr,. Newell, or be considered by any court or administrative agency, except in an action brought by the Commission upon violation of this agreement.

- 5 V.

The Commission agrees that it shall recommend

against any subsequent action, whether civil or criminal, against the respondent except for any action brought pursuant to Section VIII.

Date

William C. Oldaker General Counsel Federal Election Commission 1325 K Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20463 (202) 523-4143

Date

Merv Newell, Respondent 4670 West Imperial Highway Inglewood, California 90304 (213) 678-1231

FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION S,

1325 K STREET N.W WASHINGTON.D.C. 20463

Dr. Edward Dickstein 4670 West Imnverial Highway Inglewood, a ia 9O2 4 N

Dear Dr. Dickstein: ...

MUR 373(77)

This letter is to notify you that the Commission

has found reasonable cause to believe that you violated 2 U.S.C. SS44lb and 441f of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended. Title 2, Section 441b of the United States Code, prohibits anyone from using corporate funds to make political contributions. Section 441f prohibits anyone from making a political contribution in the name of another individual.

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The Commission has a duty to correct such violations for a period of thirty (30) days by informal methods of conference, conciliation, and persuasion and to enter into a conciliation agreement pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437g (a)(5)(A). If we are unable to reach an agreement during that period, the Commission may, upon a finding of probable cause to believe a violation has occurred, institute civil suit pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437g(a) (5)(B). If you decide to comply with the terms of the enclosed agreement, plcase sign and return it to the Commission within thirty (30) days. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Ms. Biz Van Gelder (202-523-4175), the attorney assigned to this matter. Sincerely yours, William C. Oldaker General Counsel cc: q-oIob

George DeRoy, Esquire

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BEFORE THE FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION February 22, 1978

In the Matter of

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Edward Dickstein

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MUR 373 (77)

CONCILIATION AGREEMENT This matter having been initiated on the basis of a complaint filed by the California Department of Corporation, an investigation having been conducted, and the Commission Ihaving

found reasonable cause to believe that respondent Dickstein violated 2 U.S.C. §441b and S441f; Now, therefore, the respective parties herein, the Federal Election Commission (hereinafter "the Commission") and respondent Dickstein having duly entered into conciliation pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437g(a) (5), I.

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do hereby agree as follows:

That the Commission has jurisdiction over respondent

Dickstein and the subject matter of this proceeding. II.

That respondent Dickstein has had a reasonable

opportunity to demonstrate that no action should be taken in this matter. III. A.

That the pertinent facts in this matter are as follows. Omni-Rx Health Systems, Inc. (hereinafter "Omni-Rx")

was a publicly held corporation, which was incorporated under the laws of the State of California in 1971, and is now in receivership.

-2B.

Imperial West Medical Group (hereinafter "IWMG") is

a partnership which engages in group medical practice. C.

IWMG had a contract with Omni-Rx under which Omni-Rx

provided management, logistical support, and ancillary support. The following physicians constitute the IWMG partnership: Edward Dickstein, M.D. Cranford L. Scott, M.D. Ronald W. Strahan, M.D. Anitha T. Mitchell, M.D. Kenneth H. Geiger, M.D. Robert M. Higgenbothom, M.D. Myron Koch, M.D. Alvin Markovitz, M.D. D.

Merv Newell is Executive Vice President and Treasurer

and a Director of Omni-Rx.

He was also, prior to 1976, Vice

President for Corporate Finance of Omni-Rx.

Newell owns, directly

or indirectly, about 3 per centum of the outstanding common stock of Omni-Rx. E.

Newell was also Business Manager of IWMG.

Edward R. Dickstein has been the President and Chairman

of the Board of Directors of Omni-Rx.

Dickstein was a founder of

Omni-Rx and directly or indirectly owns about 20.3 per centum of its outstanding common stock.

He, also, has been a principal

partner of IWMG. F.

Between September 9, 1974, and December 31, 1976, Omni-

Rx, Newell and Dickstein expended more than $100,000 of funds of Omni-Rx for political candidates and committees, $26,500 (or 30%) of which went to identifiable Federal candidates or party related committees.

Most of these payments were made through the

instrumentality of IWMG, but were made possible by specific transfers of cash from the Omni-Rx IWMG Trust Account through the IWMG Account to political candidates and committees.

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All of the contribution checks were signed by either

Dr. Dickstein or Mr. Newell in the names of the other partners of IWMG.

Those members of IWMG deny any knowledge of the so-

called "slush fund" or the political contributions made in their names. WHEREFORE, respondent Dickstein agrees: IV.

The use of Omni-Rx funds for contributions to Federal

political candidates and committees constitutes contributions within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. S441b, and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. §610.

As such, the use of corporate funds for political

contributions is in violation of 2 U.S.C. S44lb and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. §610. V.

The use of corporate funds for the contributions made

in the name of IWMG partners constitutes the making of contributions in the name of others within the meaning of 2 U.S.C. §441f and its predecessor 18 U.S.C. S614. VI.

Respondent Dickstein agrees that he will pay a civil

penalty in the amount of $26,500 pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437g(a) (6)(B). VII.

Respondent Dickstein agrees that he will not under-

take any activity which is in violation of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended, 2 U.S.C. S431, et seg. GENERAL CONDITIONS: VIII.

The Commission, on request of anyone filing a

complaint under 2 U.S.C. §437g(a) (1) concerning the matters at issue herein, or on its own motion, may review compliance with

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If the Commission believes that this agree-

ment or any requirement thereof has been violated, it may institute a civil action for relief in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. IX.

It is mutually agreed that this agreement shall

become effective as of the date that all parties hereto have executed same and the Commission has approved the entire agreement. X.

It is agreed that respondent Dickstein shall have thirty

(30) days from the date this agreement becomes effective to comply with and to implement the requirement contained in this agreement. XI.

It is mutually agreed that this conciliation agreement

has been entered for the sole purpose of obtaining voluntary compliance with the Federal Election laws, and may not be used against Dickstein, or be considered by any court or administrative agency, except in an action brought by the Commission upon violation of this agreement. C

V.

The Commission agrees that it shall recommend against

any subsequent action, whether civil or criminal, against the respondent except for any action brought pursuant to SectionVIIl.

Date

William C. Oldaker General Counsel Federal Election Commission 1325 K Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20463 (202) 523-4143

Date

Edward Dickstein, Respondent 4670 West Imperial Highway

Inglewood, California 90304 (213)

678-1231

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FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION 1325 K STREET N.W. WASHINGTON.D.C. 20463

January 31, 1978

MEMORANDUM TO:

CHARLES STEELE

FROM:

MARJORIE W. EMMONS

SUBJECT:

MUR 373 (77) - Interim Investigative Report

The above-mentioned document was circulated to the Commissioners on January 30, 1978 at 9:00 a.m. As of 10:45, this date, no objections have been received in the Office of Commission Secretary to the Interim Investigative Reoort on MUR 373 (77).

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ATTACHMENT: Certification

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BEFORE THE FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION In the Matter of Omni-Rx, et al.

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MUR 373 (77)

) CERTIFICATION

I. Marjorie W. Emmons, Secretary to the Federal Election Commission, do hereby certify that on January 31, 1978, the Commission accepted the Interim Investigative Report in the above-captioned matter, dated January 27, 1978, without objection.

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January 27, 1978

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In the Matter of

MUR 373 (77) Omni-Rx, et al. INTERIM INVESTIGATIVE REPORT On January 24, 1978, depositions were taken of respondents Merv Newell and Edward Dickstein concerning the Commission's investigation into possible violations by the deponents of 2 U.S.C. S44lb and §441f.

The allegations in this matter are

that Merv Newell, business manager of Omni-Rx, and Edward Dickstein, president of Omni-Rx and a partner in the Imperial West Medical Group (IWMG), contributed more than $26,000 of Omni-Rx corporate monies to Federal candidates and committees through contributions

made in the names of partners of IWMG. Upon the advice of counsel, both Newell and Dickstein exercised their Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination to all questions concerning political contributions. 1/ Respondents did, however, identify several checks which trace the contributions back to their corporate source.

During this

trip to take the depositions, our staff attorney met with a representative of the California Attorney General's Office.

At

that time we were informed that that agency is preparing criminal charges against Omni-Rx and its officers for presentation to the grand jury. l/ Newell and Dickstein have also invoked the Fifth Amendment during S.E.C. depositions during discovery in the case of S.E.C. v. Omni-Rx Health Systems (D.D.C. C.A. 76-1623).

- 2 When our depositions are transcribed, a full General Counsel's Report on this matter will be made.

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Deposition of

EDWARD DICKSTEIN

Taken by:

BIZ VAN GELDER, ATTORNEY

Reported by:

FRANK G. HUDGINS, CSR No. 1438

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For the Respondents:

HOCHMAN, 4ALKIN AND DeROY By: RICHARD H. GANNON, ESQ. 9:0 Wilshire Boulevard Senth ?loor- West Tower Beverly IE ls, California 90212 (213) 27.3-1181

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Dr. Dickstein, if you would, raise your right

hand. Do you solemnly swear that the evidence and testimony you will give wll be the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help you God? '26

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I do.

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Could you please state your name for the record?

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Edward Dickstein.

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Edward R. Dickstein, M.D., -Inc., of which I am

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Is he a partner in Imperial West?

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How about Dr. Aivin rMarkovitz, M-a-r-k-o-v-i-t-z?

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question, whether Mr. Newell was ever the business manager of OMNI-RX Health Systems. A

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Dr. Dickstein, have you ever issued a check from

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Have you ever, to the best of your knowledge,

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directed or had participation in any political contributions

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in the year of 1974?

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Haveyou ever goie to any dinners or.bought any

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Do you know, Mr.. Sarbazes?

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Do you happen to know-an entity called the Group

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It is my signature.

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may tend to incriminate me. Q

There is a notation at the top, a man's name.

Could you please tell me whose name that is? A

It says M. Newell.

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I have no more questions, Mr.

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Los Angeles, Suite 307 606 So. Olive St. Telephone (213) 025-M65

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Federal Election Commission Attn: Biz Van Gelder, Attorney 1325 Kay Street Washington, D.C. 20463

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OMNI-RX, EDWARD DICKSTEIN MERV NEWELL,

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Deposition of

EDWARD DICKSTEIN

Taken by:

BIZ VAN GELDER, ATTORNEY

Reported by:

FRANK G. HUDGINS, CSR No. 1438

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Deposition of EDWARD DICKSTEIN, called as a witness by the Federal Election Commission, taken before Frank G. Hudgins, CSR No. 1438, a Notary Public in and for the State of California, County of Los Angeles, at 606 South

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on Monday, January 23, 1978, at 10:00 a.m., pursuant to Notice and Subpoena.

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APPEARANCES OF COUNSEL:

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For the Federal Election Commission:

BIZ VAN GELDER, ATTORNEY Federal Election Commission 1325 Kay Street Washington, D.C. 20463 (202) 523-4175

For the Respondents:

HOCHMAN, SALKIN AND DeROY By: RICHARD H. GANNON, ESQ. 9100 Wilshire Boulevard Seventh Floor-West Tower Beverly Hills, California 9021 (213) 273-1181

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MS. VAN GELDER:

This is a deposition in the

matter of an investigation of the OMNI-RX Health Care, 36753

Incorporated.

To be deposed is Dr. Edward Dickstein.

Dr. Dickstein is present

THE WITNESS:

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Can I stop you just a second?

Was that the proper case,

OMNI-RX Health Care?

It's O1NI-RX Health Systems. MS. VAN GELDER:

OMNI-RX Health Systems, here-

inafter referred to as OMNI-RX. Dr. Dickstein is present. attorney, Mr. Richard Gannon.

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Also present is his

Present for the Federal

Election Commission is Biz Van Gelder. We are located at 606 South Olive Street, Los Angeles, California.

Today's date is January 23.

It's

approximately 10:00.

EXAMINATION BY MS. VAN GELDER:

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Dr. Dickstein, if you would, raise your right

hand. Do you solemnly swear that the evidence and testimony you will give will be the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help you God? A

I do.

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Could you please state your name for the record?

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Edward Dickstein.

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And you are a doctor? 1

Yes.

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Can you give your home address, please.

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90049.

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And your home phone number?

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472-5593.

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Do you have a business address, sir?

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Yes.

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What is your present occupation?

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Medical Doctor.

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Do you have any business occupations, business

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4670 West Imperial Highway, Inglewood 90304

offices; are you on the board of any directors?

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Yes.

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And with what corporations or enterprises?

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Edward R. Dickstein, M.D., Inc., of which I am

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of OMNI-RX Health Systems. Q

Do you have any affiliation with OMNI-RX Health

Care, Incorporated?

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No.

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How about Imperial West Medical Group?

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I am a partner of that medical group.

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How long have you been a partner of that group?

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MR. GANNON:

Dr. Dickstein, I'm instructing you

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pursuant to our previous conversation that we are going to

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claim the Fifth Amendment from here on out.

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the President, and I'm still on the Board of Directors

Do you know how to object on the grounds that

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it might incriminate you? A

I will not answer the question on the

grounds that it might be self-incrimination.

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Okay.

You have to state the objection.

MR. GANNON: Q

All right.

[By Ms. Van Gelder]

All right.

You are a partnei

in the Imperial West Medical Group? A

Yes.

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How many partners are there in the Imperial West

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I cannot answer that question on the grounds

it might tend to incriminate me. Q w

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Okay.

Do you happen to know a man named

Mr. Merv Newell? C

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Yes.

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Do you happen to know of a person with the name

of Mr. Myron Koch, K-o-c-h? bu;.

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Yes.

Q

Do you know him?

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Yes.

Q

Is he a doctor?

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Yes.

Q

Is he a partner in Imperial West?

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Yes.

Q

How about Dr. Alvin Markovitz, M-a-r-k-o-v-i-t-z?

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Yes.

Q

Dr.

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Yes.

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Is Dr. Scott a partner at the Imperial West --

Scott?

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may tend to incriminate me.

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Do you know Dr. Kenneth Gider?

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Yes.

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Is he a partner at the Imperial West?

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I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

might tend to incriminate me.

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Do you happen to know Dr. Grier, G-r-i-e-r?

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Yes.

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Is he a partner at the Imperial West Medical

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Group?

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I cannot answer that question on the grounds i

may tend to incriminate me. Q

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It won't incriminate you that Dr. Koch is a

partner but it will incriminate you that the others are?

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That sounds argumentative.

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You don't have to answer it on the grounds it might incriminate you. How about Dr. Anetha Mitchell; do you know Dr.

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Mitchell?

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Yes.

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I believe it's a she.

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Just answer the

questior1.

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Well, that's all right.

Do you know if she is a

partner in Imperial West Medical Group? A

I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

may tend to incriminate me. Q

Do you happen to know what the address is of the

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West Medical Group? THE WITNESS: HR. GANNON:

Mr. Gannon, do I answer that? Well, are you asking Dr. Dickstein

what its present address is? 36753

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Sure.

I don't believe it has a present

address. Q

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Its last known address was 11539 Hawthorne

Boulevard, Hawthorne, California. Q

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11539 Hawthorne Boulevard.

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Do you happen to know what was housed at the

address of 11616 South Hawthorne Boulevard? I"

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Yes.

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What was housed there?

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It was a Pix Restaurant and a Duffy's Bar and

the headquarters of OMNI-RX Health Systems and OMNI-RX Health Care. Q

Would you please tell me what the difference is

between OMNI-RX Health Systems and OMNI-RX Health Care? don't know. A

OMNI-RX

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MR. GANNON:

Why don't you object and we will go

off the record. A

I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

may tend to incriminate me.

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Let's go off the record for a second

Mr. Reporter. [Discussion off the record]

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What is AV-EL, A-V

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[By Ms. Van Gelder]

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The question as stated has no meaning.

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Does the word or the appellation AV-EL mean

anything to you? A

It's applied to several things.

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Is it a medical partnership?

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Yes.

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Are you a member of this partnership?

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Yes.

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Is Mr. Newell the business associate, the

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business manager of this partnership? 0

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Are you asking us whether Mr. Newell

is now the business manager of AV-El Medical Group?

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Yes.

And, then, the second

question will be has he ever been.

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The answer to the first is no.

as an individual he is not.

The second is,

The business arrangement of

the partnership was handled as part of the management contract with OMNI-RX Health Systems. Q

When did you first become employed or under

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contract with OMNI-RX? A

I cannot answer that on the grounds that it may

tend to incriminate me.

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During your time with OMNI-RX you have been both

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The question has no meaning.

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When you were at OMNI-RX you were under some

sort of affiliation with OMNI-RX; was your position either

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solely in a manegerial position or were you also a doctor? THE WITNESS:

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Do you want me to answer that?

I cannot answer that on the grounds it may tend

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Do you happen to know,

Dr. Dickstein, if OMNI-RX Health Systems has ever maintaine an account at the Farmers and Merchants Bank, Los Angeles, California?



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I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

may tend to incriminate me.

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Do you happen to know if the Imperial West

Medical Group has ever had an account at the Crocker National Bank? A

I cannot answer that question on the grounds

it may tend to incriminate me.

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Okay.

Do you happen to know Mr. Merv Newell?

MR. GANNON:

Objection.

The question has been

asked aLnd answered. MS. VAN GELDER:

It has, but I asked about

partners. Q

[By Ms. Van Gelder] I don't believe I asked this

question, whether Mr. Newell was ever the business manager of OMNI-RX Health Systems. A

I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

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may tend to incriminate me. Was Mr. Newell ever the business manager of

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Imperial West Medical Group? I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

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may tend to incriminate me. Just as background, you have stated before that

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you were affiliated with OMNI-RX Health Systems.

Health Systems still a viable entity; is it still working, still fulfilling whatever contracts it had before? A

I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

may tend to incriminate me. Q

And is the Imperial West Medical Group still in

existence? A

I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

might tend to incriminate me. 0 0

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Dr. Dickstein, have you ever issued a check from

an Imperial West Medical Group checking account at the address of 11610 South Hawthorne Boulevard to Mr. Harry Sanders? A

I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

may tend to incriminate me. Q

Have you ever, to the best of your knowledge,

directed or had participation in any political contributionE campaigr from the Imperial West Medical Group to any federal in the year of 1974? A

I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

may tend to incriminate me. Q

Have you ever directed any political

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I cannot answer that question on the grounds

may tend to incriminate me. Q

Have you ever made any contributions or directed

any contributions to be made from the Crocker Bank to any political candidates or committees during the year 1976? A

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I cannot answer that question on the grounds

it may tend to incriminate me. Q

Have you any knowledge of a bank account at the

Farmers and Merchants Bank, Long Beach? California, in the name of the OMNI-RX Health Systems TWMG Trust? A

I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

may tend to incriminate me. Q

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Are you familiar with a man named James Earl

Carter; have you ever heard of Mr.

James Earl Carter,

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Jimmy Carter? M4R. GANNON:

You can answer that.

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Yes.

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[By Ms. Van Gelder]

Have you ever made a

contribution to Jimmy Carter? A

I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

might tend to incriminate me. Q

Have you ever made a personal contribution to

Jimmy Carter? A

I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

may tend to incriminate me.

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It could only incriminate you if you were a Republican Do you know a person by the name of Bill Green? A

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I cannot answer that on~ the grounds it may tend

to incriminate me. QIt might. Have you ever attended a Breen Dinner Committee, or a Green Dinner, a dinner for State Senator Breen, I believe it is?

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I cannot answer that on the grounds it may tend

to incriminate me. Q

Have you ever attended any political or banquet

for the Congressional Black Caucus? Q~m

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I cannot answer that on the grounds it may tend

to incriminate me. Q

Have you ever contributed to John Tunney?

A

I cannot answer that on the grounds it may tend

to incriminate me. Q

Have you ever gone to any dinners or bought any

tickets, fund-raising tickets for Senator Tunney? A

I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

may tend to incriminate me. Q

Have you ever made a check from the Imperial West

Medical Group, 11616 South Hawthorne Boulevard, a check from the Crocker National Bank, to the Democratic Convention Housing for a hundred dollars? A

I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

may tend to incriminate me.

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Have you ever made a contribution to the re-electi of the late Senator Humphrey? A

I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

may incriminate me. 36753

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Have you ever directed a contribution to be made?

A

I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

may tend to incriminate me. Q

Have you ever made a contribution or directed a

contribution from any bank account to be made to the Andrew Young Campaign? A

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may tend to incriminate me. Q

Have you ever made a contribution or directed a

contribution to be made in your name to Paul Sarbanes, S-a-r-b-a- n-e-s?

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I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

may tend to incriminate me. ..

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Do you know Mr. Sarbanes?

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I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

may tend to incriminate me. Q

Do you know what state Mr. Sarbanes is a Senator

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I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

from?

may tend to incriminate me. Q

Do you happen to know of any committees that

Mr. Sarbanes is on? A

I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

may tend to incriminate me.

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[By Ms. Van Gelder]

Have you ever made or

directed to be made any contribution to Congresswoman Burke Yvonne Burke? A

I cannot answer that questiun on the grounds it

may tend to incriminate me.

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Do you know William A. Burke?

A

I cannot answer that on the grounds it may tend

to incriminate me. Q

Do you know if William A. Burke is employed by

the OMNI-RX Health Systems or Health Care? A

I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

may tend to incriminate me.

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Do you know a Paul Brown?

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I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

may tend to incriminate me. 0 Q

Do you know if Mr. Paul Brown is employed by the

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OMNI-RX Health Care Systems or OMNI-RX Health Care, Incorporated? A

I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

may tend to incriminate me. 0

Do you happen to know an entity called the Group

VI Investments? A

I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

may tend to incriminate me. O

Do you happen to know of an entity called the

Las Vegas Ranch Club? u__

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may tend to incriminate me.

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11616 South Hawthorne Boulevard Association? I cannot answer that question on the grounds it A

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Have you ever attended a political fund-raising

function during the year 1974?

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function during the year 1976?

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may tend to incriminate me. Q

Have you ever attended a political fund-raising

function during the year 1977? A

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may tend to incriminate me. Although it's only January 23, have you ever 1978? attended a political function during the year I cannot answer that question on the grounds it A may tend to incriminate me. Just one more thing for the record, Dr. Dickstein Could you please tell me if you have any knowledg

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of an account entitled The Doctors Group Bank Accounts On Systems at the Long Beach branch of Farmers and Merchants Bank? A

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may tend to incriminate me. Q

Dr. Dickstein, has there, to your knowledge,

and as a director of the OMNI-RX Health System, has there 4 0

ever been an OMNI-RX Board Meeting which discussed making advances to the Imperial West Medical Group for the purposeE of political contributions? A

I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

may tend to incriminate me. Q ma' S.-

As a partner in the Imperial. West Medical Group

has there ever been a partnership meeting which discussed

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may tend to incriminate me. MS. VAN GELDER:

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Let's go off the record.

[Discussion off the record] MS. VAN GELDER:

This is a check, No. 1159, of

the Imperial West Medical Group from the Crocker National Bank, drawn on the Crocker National Bank, Lennox Office, Imperial Highway, Inglewood, California.

Mark that

Plaintiff's Exhibit 1. [Plaintiff's Exhibit No. 1 was marked for identification] Q

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Dr. Dickstein, could you

please identify that check 1159?

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West medical Group, No. 1159. Okay.

Do you recognize the signature at the

bottom? Yes.-

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could you please read the person's signature?

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it is my signature.

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Could you please read the name?

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Edward Dickstein.

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Do you have any present recollection of making

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out that check? A

I cannot answer that question on the grounds it

may tend to incriminate me. Q

There is a notation at the top, a man's name.

Could you please tell me whose name that is?

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It says M. Newell.

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And who is the check drawn out to?

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Democratic Convention Housing.

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Do you have any recollection of authorizing

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Mr. Newell to go to the Democratic Convention? 21 22

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it may tend to incriminate me. MS. VAN GELDER:

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I cannot answer that question on the grounds that

Gannon.

I have no more questions, Mr.

If you would like to

I do not want to cross-examine.

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I have no questions.

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much.

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Dr. Dickstein, thank you very

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the foregoing deposition was submitted to EDWARD DICKSTEIN, the witness, for examination, and was read by him, at which time any changes which he desired 4A

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30th day of January, 1978.

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tl1r b~l 4tens ,Check 21on th anners & Merchants fipk,-dated

14

eaqcn theL-rocker Natioa

ank

19

*kit !sdical.Gru Check

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No.119 -4the CronIker Natio"i A$ank datp 4/26/76

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Nist M4edical ,Grotap Check Not 115 3 On 0b* C4oke Ntiona'Bn daed 5/25/7

6 AtIapea

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An Zperial W**t MediC#' Group d(bek NO.- 1154,dated .. 5'5/76.on th0$Oker NVational Sank

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'.i~i": " We &re loc:ated at" 6"06 'South, Olive. Street. Los

~~eles' California.

Today's date is January 23.

The

L'5 tie is approximately 10:40 a.m. Newell, will you please raise your right

M.

*

IS* ,,Do 16

you solemnl,

@wear:that the evidence and

reoc a tedat6 tgia 06 Weestmny

l be the whole truth

41

i utodas help you God? and nothing but the ya se IouSTDo y WITMSS: ~~THE

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EXAMINATION

00

22

',4-

:BY iMS.

Would you please state your full name.

23 24

VAN GELDER:

A

Merv Newell. And your occupation?

A

Business Executive. Are you presently employed at this moment?

27

A

Yes.

A.

nil.

It

7

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7",

Lew A

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-tf" Pdbly1d,

You are- s*lf ivepl6$*d& "3

have you been self -emPoyed, sir? 4ILptkoki~aWeY fUr,

A

is

Isee.

btonths

And where were you employed before then,

16

17

t ..... 19 1.

IeVie7

A

21,

e'?

~~~al

y& d-QIIR

'Ieal1th

Systems

2 .N1

A Q

-Approximately tix years. Do you wn stok in Ot-X HalthSystms?

A,

Yes.

Q '0

tl t d

Prosi'dent.

4~Q~4I~

SyQ S

..... ..

Is

What were your. duties as 46xecutivwe 'Vice PtesidenI

that what you said? A

Yes.

Q

Would you just give me a g...dq.....rip.tion , you.

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r?2~+"'

Q %753

thzT* he. e,

be ie

A

I

so.

y h ,Open to J~~

i?

7

Atwhat

A

0

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10

12

is

L

eintin i

*

t a

-Oy

1-4 RXx,

1973 until

Rtweein

wint into., receivereship

v~ein

, TQ4 i$

A

I dntrieve thre

Q

'Could you Please idontify" them b'Y 'now it.ih YOUan:

A

Dr. 'Myxron koch.,

A

K-o.-c,-h.

r.. two. a?

13 14

0'And . 16 1

,

17 1i

A C

Arid

..

?

believe I 1aight have been.'II'm not too

~rtain of it. Q Yoyih

ae

en

4,

t te time A

24 2" 26

b*ioi

i xght

me

&hWre Mzv aarer?" ,

I don' t recall. Okay.

22 23

,'

To.,the.-best of your :Ability can you tell

19

21

Okay.,

What did you do

You worked for yfre

INI-RX? A

I was a financial consultant.

0

A

Business and financial oniut4nt, California.

27

Q

For what institution or corporatLin, partnership'

,

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or54

MA

qfoW.'bout whe -Do,YOU*

A'

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OpMo

d

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f or OM IA In'C

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or~iatiol, to~

i

101

12

Or,

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P

It was

Q

CW0d'You giV.*1,me- th

lat-eitt~ on6

nobefore 6?

OMNI-RX? 14

0;

T

A

0

Is1 16 17

I

just don't recall.

Okay.

£xcusle me%; I

but whew",dQ. you 'rt

Q co4

y4

~OMNI RX,?

v6*n

-early 1971.

It was, _.

A

0rpatng myself,

ih

<'~

4iv**kthe addressQ

P,.Npw?.

A 219

CA

2 *

27

o

Could you 'Please, 41v

reYour Wroe Ad,4

please? 1456 'LacbS~aA.Lane" Tacific -Palisadoo.'

A Q

j24

w

-the la* address w&*,. 11610 South

Hawthorne Boulevaxdl Havtiiorne, 25

0

At the last"a

A

And' your,' toehot

A

459-2481.

o

What area code is

rnunmbo

that,

sir?

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A

'4-

VAR

"wer youi ever '01 ~1

.At AMjR-ja Btar

ard~'0

o

10

12

13 14

Q

During what period of time?

A

Fov: 1971 in the case of OMNI-RX HealthSystems

and, I believe, 1973 in the case of OMNI.-RX Health .Care. Q

And have you ever had any affiliation with the

' ' /GANNON:

16

yo. elaborate on .your questio '-''--dk,Surely.

MS. VAR,GLPT

17

t

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;-1perial .West Medical

Ms4. -ihV 6eder [ (By ticz full-time t rtS

19

Medical Group, business

o

Were you ever hired as a 4he Imperial West nt.by ..

xonsultant?

"

By using the. term "hire," are you

20

MR. GANNON:

22

MS. VAN GELDER:

*

23

MR. GANNON:

*

24

he was ever employed as an employee by Imperial West

25

Medical Group?

26 27

Did he ever receive a gratuity?

Are you asking Mr, Newell whether

MS. VAN GELDER:

-

Yes.

A

The answer is no.

Q

[By Ms. Van Gelder] •

as ,Were you ever -i¢ I employed "....

A ~yed. xn~atOn, 'V~ykinc

36753

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A C

12"

is .21. 14

th

Q

Ilk yar195

Tityi

Medical Group to draw checks from the .Crocker lationa1

16

01 S1

Bank? MR.

GANNON:

Mr . Newell ~Iat e- 6 ~ IS:

ds

ont intime

at tdtl

I, 'bO~

hI

Fifth AmendIft~t of' the UVa,4 tt

Priii~eu4 at

edSut

nd

refuse to answer any que#,tiQR onj the ,irounfd that theIanswvers to the. guestiogmismight,.tend. 1to ine0riminake hm 23: ID

24

MS. VAN, GElD~R

S

h

qu~estions

'Yes.

26

MS. VAN GELDFR:

27

MR. GANNON:

2B

o

mig'ht incrimtnate him'in 'a,Peaiding crixfinaproceeding? MR. GANNON:

0

The-Aser

In a pending criiiil proceedinc

Yes.

V d like to 1make a, statepment for:t

cbdif

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ted 4

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th

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kbroi Va

ns

6, 7 .

.

9

P

of I 07f)

Dtt

12 13

ure

on a

l (Jfornia ot

Attornev Gine*A1' 8Off ice anid have en 4Ig~d o 1nve stiations are 1ia t cr 'n umber of oa a~i~n pendipigo, MS. VAN GELDER:

14

MR. GANNON:

16

Could you,

frte record,

No, I will not do that.

MS AN GELDER

17

t

h J dv;4xed you?L

say who, thA personnel

cN

been rt:tjrat*e4M

empo.

0o anby pr~uI 1%

Aooe

,a

~zti

of

Pr4qt~r Ct.4 -We hav

biter no~ rk~e

'S

ih#Z1

er

suit

a

kn

vhi dh~

Okay.

Well, we will continue thils exerc-ise, then, and

try to be~jf

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Q 21

I

MR. GANNON:

The proper way to state the objec-

tion, I believe, is "I refuse to answoer on,-the ground it

24

may tend to incriminate me.".

25

5

26

A

I refuse to answer on the grounds it might

incriminate me.

U;

27 29

W

.are you famila

28

~1

'0

Mr., NeweJl

with an entity which goeq:.by the name Group VI Investments?

22 'I4d

By Ms. Van G0,derJI

Q

(ByMs. Van Gelder]

Do y;)u have any familiarity

with an entity by the name of LasVegas Ranh Club?

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ith

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6

of Thie' 11616,0

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Souloevrd

thw~c e' gr

N~~~

Arxe you.

irtqriminaite

An. en'tt

4j

ith a m",,

A

N

.

Q ~~~g4tha't incriminaeyo? 0

13

op~f bjection on some of these.

14

Mr4V

Are

IANN9q:

M!S~ VAN

Wet,1 N

me n-1 w

.nt

v~cu aAkihg me a question? ""DIR4No. -1m asking Mr

if

to object for himl

y~~r

Is

We. cin go0

N

record.4

19

W~

,~od

ViM Gelder)

-f.

(cu# Q 20 21

(By MAs.

filiar wi thv the fta": -t~

Newellp,_are you

q

*igg-.n

b-o- t-h-a-m? MR.

22

GANNON

Let'sl go.. off the. record.

Let's go jout, in the hall.' [Brief kecdess takefiJ [By 'Ms. 'Van Gelder] Do you' 3~Ow

Ift

26 26

botham?

27

Yes.

21

And how do. you. -know hia, sir?

oerHign

to

Ca*s~tit P'or ftvsidoat

6

p

a

~the.

7

in0Imia

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in

4h.

10

Jicr

in jEyse to answer

the -i

itmih

12

Oy

have any recollection of Mr. Higgin-

13 14 is 16 17 is '19

bo tham verbally assenting +t# aki g a contribution in his name from Iheck, Cmperial wet Group? ttidia1 A

' w r I efuse0 ~ri on the grounds it might

incriminate me. bothewmF

ji! &+hg to show youvthis check

from the Crocker National

cnreckNo aBank, I142 drawn from

theImperial Westmerdical .... *

c' Gr.oup

Mark this Exhibit 2, Plaintiff's Exhbit 2. 21

[Plaintiff's Exhibit No. 2 was 22

ND

marked for :identification)

23 24

MS. VAN GELDER.

25

MR. GANNON:

26

You said you wanted 1142, is .that correct?

27

MS. VAN GELDER:

36

Off the record.

Yes.

Would you i.eki to. see this? [ExaminingJ.

Right.

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~Q$

13

uld you pX**se tel us who, the pa4yee is? Imperial West Medical Group, payor.

I

14

Qe ut i to whom?

15

A

Carter For President Committee.

16

Q

A4.w Va

17

sI

iotation on the upper left-hand

corner? A,

1

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A

I,

dYV~coe Uovant?

21

Q

1142, check 1142.

22

A

Oh, I'm sorry.

2,

Q

Okay.

24 I,,

You're u klo.0 looking 'at the wrong one, sir.

19

25 26

MR.

GANNON:

Robert Higginbotham.

I'm sorry to interrupt, but let me

interrupt again and make another phone call, may I, please? MS. VAN GELDER:

Sure.

27

Off the record.

aS

[Brief recess taken]

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: .4. , a!intif f's Exhibit No

3 was

...,.. :.,; ..,:,.:ma~rked for identification]

van identify. he checak Q

:

A,

Mr.. Newell,could you 28 No.

3,Aayms

[Examinf vg

tape~:to -') be :a--dO

Sv9,eq, onONNI -X-.Health ...

. fIW.rr

cc.

:f a. check

ft ,.. 20 West

Imperial Highway, Los Angeles," 'Calfornia 90045, dated

S April 26, 1976, paid to 0

e order.of Imperial West Medical

:. Group, $6,000, and what appears to. be my s:igzature, and drawn on the Farmers and Merchants, Bnk, Long Beach,. Pine at .hird. Q

Do you have any recollection of making that

check out?

A

I refuse to a

4

-wer )owhe grourtds it may tend

I

RA I f recess taken'. Ms.

%b

V"hI:

Medtclt?

prial Wt

(Rcrd road4I

4

Q

Van Gldi4dk

[Bay, Ms.

&.

t'b

~

T

rom the Uqerial1 Wost~

I asi~

f

oYu have aory knowloo A

?

on snt

hav

0~ tho4 ",purpose

lAVO

anyic

inte

ntribuiof wher

I refuse to answer.

12A

I refuset tq. answer.

isA cam

fro

you h,, ve any knowladge of :ransfers of money

17

West Medical Group aqeoWt from that ;trust, any thfImperial reolectionf where thyoey have to o4Q o you

14

to angwer~ refuset AA9 of olicalAtc'untrutinpixcs et akin whih camfaciitte Q0Hv 2

22

26

h

.aadnq of

I refuse to answer. Q

Do-you have any recollection; have you ever

-facilitated the making of political contrlibutions in excess of $13,000 during the calendar year 1975? I refuse to answer.

27A

28

,e

year 1974?

~24 2

o

more than $16,000 in political contributions during the

2A

Q

Do you have any knowledge or have you ever

b W_

Do

I rfuse. to answet. e Do YOU

of that

hn*tiut

iw~

Ilj

"S

ir

LO~ NNatoW I Convention?

zi

14

It's

I will show you vwhat is Plaintiff's Exhibit 1. Q ,Check No. 1159, Imperia] WE a check from

16,

West Medical Group. pert

Did-

22

*t

Me

'tue al Group pay for your

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16 27

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A

I refuse to answer.

Q

Okay.

Mr

Newell

by the name of Willtam Burke?

ID

*

check? particular ,ot

do you happen to know a man .

A

Yes.

Q

Would you tell me how y~u came to know this man?

A Q

, I refuse to answer. with relationship DO you happen to knowhis

3

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frm t

fm

7 141 AJI to '9

A

all

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12

e a

hf

tnser

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of

a

t faid banes

meu an

s?

Q

How do -you know J"I~

14

A

I refuse to answer.

Is

Q

Have, you ever

apilitated the. making of a,

political contribution to Mr. Sarbanes?

17

A

i'

18

Q

Okay.

U

19

the making of

Yes.

13

16

it

efuse

O answer,',

Do you happon to know 'Whi

committees

.Mr. Sarbanes is on?

20

- Have you ever attended any Political banquets

CA 0 so

22

or fund-raisers during the year l.$76?

23

A

I refuse to answer.

24

Q

Any political fund-raise $' or

2S:

anquets during

the year 1975?

26

A

I refuse to answer.

27

Q

Have you ever-attended any political banquets

28

or fund-raisers during the year 1974?

djr f~i~

r :197$

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o

Dsussio re: , answer.'.,

SNew V

are ypji fe1a

K[BAA

dfine the

S

teStas used i.ner t particular "40ne 'b6t**

9

thAt

Ierm? A;You -. Want !

e.ea Are

'

,t u

'justIto

qetin

;~ ~.

.41

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"1

treoa•. Discussion off the M~R. GANNjON:-

Go ah1oadj,

You, want ~orepeat, that. question?

A' 0

By Ms. Van Gelder]

Could you define what a

Systems Manager'is?,

I

A

~I do n't,tq1iey, 1,could in such a general broad

I'.

a

17

U

j

I

is

context as that. 0

Have you ever been a Systems Manager in a

19

vaangement agreement between Imperial. West Medical Group

20

and OMNI-RX Health Systems where tho'health systems manages

21

the financial and other administrative affairs of the

22

partnership of Imperial West Medical Group?

I

23

MR. GANNON:

Mr. Reporter, would you repeat

that question. A'

I,

5 '0

[Pending question ,read] 26

27 21

A

I refuse to answer.

Q

[By Ms. Van Gelder]

Mr. Newell, if Dr. Higgin-

botham indicated to you that he Wished to make a contributic

I

an

A

I

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30' VAN GIDEU: ibit No

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U)8an

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f

is

Vdlceto

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4 ,and go . *

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$ath Hl~on0BueVard

Group,4l

fatore

9

1

.1

were-,*k~ ~ ~epcte identificat on)

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... MsI VaIGderI

W-

a

13

foa

i shoW you Exhibits iBy

4 and 5. A

(Examining].

Q

Yes. SMr

These two [indicating)?

We will take them individually. Newell, c Ul dyu please identify Exhibit 4

to me? A

It appears to be a check drawn on the Crocker

National Bank, Imperial West tdeical Group under date of April 26, '76, made.out to Carter -For President :Committee with my signature. Q

Whose notation is on the upper left-hand

A

It says "Merv Newell, Business Manager."

Q

Do you have any recollection of making out that

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check? A

I refuse to answer.

Q

Did you have authority to make out a check under

your name from the Imperial West Medical Group?

4

now Prese

a

vest

t?

6

gin of 4ra a, t

"w~e'amo~nt" of the

Qnruto

i

IS

coEdirXdIR.tr

h

Prs e

WrPe

Dickstein'

haveany re

oo D ick stei4,4'lke&f ifle 127

C",

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dk f~s

s name

*efs C Zto

AA

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z

aAmount, en

ifta

hnd

anser P

catner,

p

etion of taking fir. a contribution to the

now Pre sident Car ter?' A

13 12

kefuse to answer.

Q Do

14

ouhave aln

r"Oollection of Dr.' Dickstein

'be

17 21

giving his verbal or ,written authorization~ to-.make a

14

contribution in his name to the Carter Fkor President

U vi 'a I. w

"i

Committee from the. Imperial West Medial, 4rpoup?

25

A.

I :xe4use toanwr4

16

Q

Do you have any rec 1ilection of making out that

27

check?

a8

A

I refuse to answer.

Q

I've got about three more questions and two more

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documents. Okay.

These will be exhibits 6 and 7, Check

Nos. 1153 and 1154 from the Imperial iWest, Medic4al Group drawn from the Crocker Natiolal Bank.

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9 cor& ner?

s 'tediis,

but q bes4 a

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to the Caeokr Fationali Bank

25t

6

"Cranfor Sctt4 Prtner." Z, 0 ~~Whos signature iso h otmrgthn vtapast ieacoyo

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Q

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ctn

cornerft' oA

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orknweg

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iAMid whb4t- havi6 *ib in the upper-left-hand corner?

A

"Cranford Scott, Partner."1

Q TO the best of youaw kniowledge or recollection dic You ever solicit a cdontribution fb ~ ct oteCre

akig tat

S ..1

*

hatk

out?

For, President, Commkitee A

I refuse' to, answer.

Q

To the best of your knowledge and recollection

did Dr.,Scott ever given any verbal or written authorizatior

9

for you to make a contribution to the Carter For President U

Committee?

5

A

I refuse to answer.,

I

Q

To the best of your recollection do you remember

making that check out?

" ..

rfse oa

a

arsrt the

.appears'. to Jb*.

hand

9uyiqnalt~p*

And whose nhadae id oh VW~ 'Upper' lef t"-hand- dorkner?

3

aaf

4 5

Q

And to the best of your knowledge or recollec-

tion did you eo er

.iit', a:contribution on behalf of the

:Carter For President Committee from Dr. Mitchell?

6

A

I refuse to answer.

7

Q

And to the best of your knowledge and recollec-

I

ton did rDr. Mitchell ever gqive ayverbal -or written. :'uthorization for you to make a cntk butionin to'the Carter, For Presldent, Comitee

a

A

I refuse to answer.

20 lb

Q 22

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yo

And to the best of your knowledge and recollecrmember making that checkot

A

I-refuse to answer.

Q

Mr. Newell, were you ever present at any ,oard

28

Neeting of OMNI-RX which discussed making advances to the 27

Imperial West Medical Group fOr political contributions? A

I refuse to answer.;

-

7,

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GAN~ft, I

9

No

9-

a

want to Aiake a statezIentII ~xrII

thcrlgh ~h cIlouxr

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aepo-

14

19 76.

is

i rWqu14 14i~re tcO"of Ms. Van Geldr how she came to acquire a cOpy of that deposition transcript.

16

19

3 21

MS. VAN qELDER:

I will find out,

COpy Of this transcXipt wa-s forwarded to . California Department of Corporations by MR, GAt#-ON

I believe a

from the request.

I hate to eami,

but I would

like to have this on the record.

22

Do you recall when that was forwarded to you?

23

MS. VAN(GELDER:

4,

24 *

u

sition transq9rpjof Or. HIgginbotham tai* sometime during

18

a

-

eoition

13

17

S

....

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4

As a matter of fact, there is

no date stamp, and I have no present recollection.

C

25

MR. GANNON:

All right.

Thank yotA.

Was it after the initial referral biythe Depart*

:7

3

ment of Corporations? MS. VAN GELDER:

Yes.

Yes, it was.

A

4, ~

rof er4

S the 0~~)

yoa

Ms~ VAN :4tC th

'sent

) Beni;* x~~

t op~t4

whih Ihl~ a onvt on on ~elt whichI ;h , 6d;

ItGBLspurjT

tem ovi orGspt, ab treasons that I or ay,

i

W#. ben

t wt

6t

. Iewoud like

-,the

aouioe

iin fud hte mCo DOn.

MR. GANN* ~tI y

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ci

17.pay

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18

for them. MS. VAN GELDER:

And if

you cold be just as

'

expeditiOas in your review and signing of the deposition

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Polk File No.

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Case No. MUR 373 (76)

Caption:IN THE MATTER OF: OMNI -RX EDWARD DICKSTEIN MERV NEWE I Witnesses :MERV NEWELL & EDWARE Dear Mr. Gannon: DICKS]7EIN We are holding the Original deposition(s) of the above mentioned witness(es) in our office for 30 days. I-

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BEFORE THE FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION

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IN THE MATTER OF: OMNI-RX, EDWARD DICKSTEIN MERV NEWELL,

No. MUR 373 (76) Respondents.

606 South Olive Street Suite 307 Los Angeles, California Monday, January 23, 1978 10:40 a.m.

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MERV NEWELL

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BIZ VAN GELDER, ATTORNEY

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FRANK G. HUDGINS, CSR No. 1438

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Deposition of MERV NEWELL, called as a witness

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For the Federal Election Commission:

BIZ VAN GELDER, ATTORNEY Federal Election Commission 1325 Kay Street Washington, D.C. 20463 (202) 523-4175

For the Respondents:

HOCHMAN, SALKIN AND DeROY By: RICHARD H. GANNON, ESQ. 9100 Wilshire Boulevard Seventh Floor-West Tower Beverly Hills, California 90212 (213) 273-1181

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A check on the Imperial West Medical Group, Crocker National Bank Check No. 1143 dated 5/3/76

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OMNI-RX Health Systems Check 281 on the Farmers & Merchants Bank dated 4/26/76

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A check on the Crocker National Bank Imperial West Medical Group Check No. 1138 dated 4/26/76

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An Imperial West Medical Group.Check No. 1139 on the Crocker National Bank dated 4/26/76

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An Imperial West Medical Group Check no. 1153 on the Crocker National Bank dated 5/25/76

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An Imperial West Medical Group Check No. 1154 dated 5/25/76 on the Crocker National Bank

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PROCEEDINGS

46 MS. VAN GELDER:

This is a deposition in the

matter of OMNI-RX Health Systems. 36753

To be deposed is

Mr. Merv, M-e-r-v --

THE WITNESS:

Yes.

MS. VAN GELDER: -- Newell, N-e-w-e-l-l.

Mr. Newell is present. attorney, Mr. Richard Gannon.

Also present is his

Present for the FEC is Biz

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We are located at 606 South Olive Street, Los l,

Angeles, California.

Today's date is January 23.

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time is approximately 10:40 a.m. .8664 Mr. Newell, will you please raise your right hand? Do you solemnly swear that the evidence and testimony you are about to give will be the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help you God? THE WITNESS:

Yes.

EXAMINATION BY MS.

VAN GELDER:

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Would you please state your full name.

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Merv Newell.

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And your occupation?

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Business Executive.

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Are you presently employed at this moment?

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4670 West Imperial Highway, Inglewood, California And where are you employed, sir? California.

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The organization.

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You are self-employed. How long have you been self-employed, sir? Approximately four months. I see.

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OMNI-RX Health Systems.

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And what was your title there?

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I was Executive Vice President.

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And how long were you employed at OMNI-RX Health

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Approximately six years.

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Do you own stock in OMNI-RX Health Systems?

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Yes.

Q

What were your duties as Executive Vice Presiden,

Is that what you said? A

Yes.

Q

Would you just give me a general description,

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job description of what you did. A

I oversaw the day-to-day operations of the

corporation.

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Was there a Treasurer?

Q

Okay.

A

I believe so.

Q

Do you happen to know who that was?

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At what point in time?

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Between 1973 until the demise of OMNI-RX, when

it went into receivership, I should say.

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I believe there were two.

Q

Could you please identify them by name?

A

Dr. Myron Koch.

Q

K-o-c-h?

A

K-o-c-h.

Q

And. . . ?

A

And I believe I might have been.

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I'm not too

certain of it. Q

You miqht have been.

Okay.

To the best of your ability can you tell me the time frame you might have been Treasurer? A

I don't recall.

Q

Okay.

What did you do before you worked for

OMNI-RX? A

I was a financial consultant.

Q

Where?

A

Business and financial consultant. California.

Q

For what institution or corporation, partnership.

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I just want to know a little

background about where he worked before he worked for OMNI-F A

Do you want to repeat the question?

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[By Ms. Van Gelder]

Where did you work before

you worked for OMNI-RX?

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In California.

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I'm sorry.

When I say where, I mean which

organization, corporation, partnership, consulting firm.

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It was several.

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Could you give me the latest one, the one before

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OMNI-RX?

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I just don't recall.

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Okay.

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I don't understand your question,

Ms. Van Gelder.

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Excuse me.

I might be repeating myself,

but when did you start working for OMNI-RX?

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It was in 19 -- early 1971.

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Could you give me the address of OMNI-RX?

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Now?

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When you worked there.

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At the last -- the last address was 11616 South

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Hawthorne Boulevard, Hawthorne.

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Could you please give me your home address,

please? 1456 Lachman Lane, Pacific Palisades. And your home phone number?

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459-2481.

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What area code is that, sir?

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213.

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Do you have a business phone?

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Yes.

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Could I have the number, please?

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213-678-1231.

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Were you ever on the Board of Directors of

OMNI-RX Health Care or OMNI-RX Health Systems?

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Yes.

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Which one, sir?

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Both.

Q

During what period of time?

A

From 1971 in the case of OMNI-RX Health Systems

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and, I believe, 1973 in the case of OMNI-RX Health Care.

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And have you ever had any affiliation with the

Imperial West Medical Group? Would you elaborate on your questio

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Surely.

[By Ms. Van Gelder]

Were you ever hired as a

full-time or part-time consultant by the Imperial West Medical Group, business consultant? By using the term "hire," are you -

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MS. VAN GELDER: MR. GANNON:

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Did he ever receive a gratuity?

Are you asking Mr. Newell whether

he was ever employed as an employee by Imperial West

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Group?

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Yes.

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The answer is no.

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[By Ms. Van Gelder]

Were you ever employed as

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"employed." Q

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Did you ever receive any financial remuneration

or financial reimbursement for services rendered of any kinc by the Imperial West Medical Group?

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Again I'm having difficulty with the word

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Yes.

Q

When?

A

I don't recall.

Q

During the year 1974?

A

I don't ,-ecollect.

Q

During the year 1975?

A

I don't recall which year ± received remunera-

tion. Q

Did you have any authority by the Imperial West

Medical Group to draw checks from the Crocker National ,7

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Bank? 0 ad

MR. GANNON:

I believe at this point in time

Mr. Newell wishes to exercise his privilege under the Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution and refuse to answer any question on the ground that the answers to the questions might tend to incriminate him. MS. VAN GELDER:

The answers to the questions

might incriminate him in a pending criminal'proceeding? MR. GANNON:

Yes.

MS. VAN GELDER: MR. GANNON:

In a pending criminal proceedin

Yes.

I'd like to make a statement for the record, if

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I can, Ms. Van Gelder.

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MS. VAN GELDER:

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MR. GANNON:

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,exercise today as the latest in a long series of events

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precipitated by the California Department of Corporations,

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which, as you know, commenced suit against us in December

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of 1976.

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been bitter and protracted, we have been threatened on a

During the course of this litigation, which has

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number of occasions by personnel employed by the California

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Attorney General's Office and have been advised on a

12

number of occasions that criminal investigations are

13

pending. MS. VAN GELDER:

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Could you, just for the record,

say who the personnel is who advised you?

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MS. VAN GELDER:

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Well, we will continue this exercise, then, and

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I'd like to reiterate what I stated

before of f the record, and that is that we regard this

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No, I will not do that. Okay.

try to be brief. Q

(By Ms. Van Gelder]

Mr. Newell, are you familia

with an entity which goes by the name Group VI Investments? MR. GANNON:

22

The proper way to state the objec-

23

tion, I believe, is "I refuse to answer on the ground it

24

may tend to incriminate me."

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I refuse to answer on the grounds it might

incriminate me. Q

[By Ms. Van Gelder]

Do you have any familiarity

with an entity by the name of Las Vegas Ranch Club?

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The answer would be the same.

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You have to state it out, please.

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I refuse to answer on the grounds it might

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incriminate me. Are you familiar with an entity by the name

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of The 11616 South Hawthorne Boulevard Association? I refuse to answer on the grounds it might

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incriminate me.

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Are you familiar with a man named Paul Brown?

A

I refuse to answer on the grounds it might

incriminate me. Q

How would that incriminate you?

I mean I want

a specific objection on some of these. Are you asking me a question?

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Well, if you want to object for him. .

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We can go off the record.

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I'm asking Mr. -.

[Discussion off the record]

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No.

Q

[By Ms. Van Gelder]

Mr. Newell, are you

familiar with the name Robert Higginbotham, H-i-g-g-i-n21

b-o- t-h-a-m? MR. GANNON:

Let's go out in the hall.

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[Brief recess taken]

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[By Ms.

Van Gelder]

Do you know Robert Higgin-

botham? A

Yes.

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And how do you know him, sir?

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He was a partner in Imperial West Medical Group

and a medical doctor. Q

Do you have any recollection of your asking

Mr. Higginbotham if he would like to make a contribution to the Carter For President Committee? A

What's the saying?

I refuse to answer on the

grounds that it may incriminate me. Q

Okay.

Do you have any recollection of makiiiq

out a check to the Carter For President Committee under the name of Mr. Robert Higginbotham? A

I refuse to answer on the grounds it might

incriminate me. 4A Q

Do you have any recollection of Mr. Higgin-

botham verbally assenting to making a contribution in his name from the Imperial West Medical Group? S"

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I refuse to answer on the grounds it might

incriminate me.

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Mr.

Newell, I'm going to show you this check

from the Crocker National Bank, Check No. 1142 drawn from the Imperial West Medical Group account. Mark th.4,s Exhibit 2, Plaintiff's Exhibit 2. [Plaintiff's Exhibit No.

2 was

marked for identification] MS. VAN GELDER: MR.

CANNON:

Yes.

Would you like to see this? [Examining].

You said you wanted 1142, is that correct? MS. VAN GELDER: of f the record.

Right.

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[By Ms. Van Gelder]

Could you please identify

the check?

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What is the question?

Q

The check here, No. 1142.

A

What is the question, Ms. --

Q

Could you identify the signature at the bottom

righ-hand side of the --

A

It appears to be my signature.

Q

Okay.

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Yes.

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Could you please tell us who the payee is?

A

Imperial West Medical Group, payor.

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Q

And it is made out to whom?

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Carter For President Committee.

Q

And what is the notation on the upper left-hand

And that is the signature of Merv Newell?

corner? U;

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Myron Koch, partner.

Q

No.

A

Which one do you want?

Q

1142, check 1142.

A

Oh, I'm sorry.

Q

Okay.

No.

You're looking at the wrong one, sir.

MR. GANNON:

Robert Higginbotham.

I'm sorry to interrupt, but let me

interrupt again and make another phone call, may I, please? MS. VAN GELDER:

Sure.

Off the record. [Brief recess taken]

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[By Ms. Van Gelder]

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any recollection of drawing that check on the Imperial West Medical Group? I refuse to answer on the grounds it may

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incriminate me.

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Q

Can you tell me the date of that?

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April 26, '76.

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Okay.

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A

Yes.

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Q

Mr. Newell, this is a check from the Farmers

April 26, '76?

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and Merchants Bank, Long Beach, California, OMNI-RX Health

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Systems, Imperial West Medical Trust, 5226 West Imperial

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Highway, Check No. 281. [Plaintiff's Exhibit No. 3 was

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marked for identification]

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Mr. Newell, do you have

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[Examining].

[By Ms. Van Gelder]

Mr. Newell, could you

identify the check at the bottom of that page, Check No. 28 It appears to be a copy of a check [Examining]. A on OMNI-RX Health Systems, IIWMG Trust Account, 5220 West

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Imperial Highway, Los Angeles, California

90045, dated

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April 26, 1976, paid to the order of Imperial West Medical Group, $6,000, and what appears to be my signature, and

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drawn on the Farmers and Merchants Bank, Long Beach, Pine

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at Third. 26 27 29

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Do you have any recollection of making that

check out? A

I refuse to answer on the grounds it may tend

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to incriniinate me. MR. GANNON:

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[Brief recess taken]

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Q[By Ms. Van Gelder]

Mr. Newell, that check Do

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says it's from the imperial West medical Group Trust.

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you have any knowledge of who set that trust account up?

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A

I refuse to answer.

10

Q

Okay.

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Do you have any knowledge of the purpose

of that trust account?

12

A

I refuse to answer.

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Do you have any knowledge of where the money

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Excuse me.

came from which set that trust account up?

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A

I refuse to answer.

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Do you have any knowledge of transfers of money

17

from that trust account to the Imperial West Medical Group

18

in order to make political contributions?

19

A

I refuse to answer.

20

Q

Have you aided or facilitated the making of

21

more than $16,000 in political contributions during the

22

year 1974?

23

A

I refuse to answer.

24

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Do you have any recollection; have you ever

facilitated the making of political contributions in excess 26

of $13,000 during the calendar year 1975?

27

A

I refuse to answer.

28

Q

Do you have any knowledge or have you ever

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facilitated the making of political contributions in excess of $71,000 during the year 1976? A

I refuse to answer.

Q

Mr. Newell, have you ever solicited political

contributions from partners of the Imperial West Medical Group? A

I refuse to answer. QOkay.

Specifically, have you ever solicited

money from Dr. Robert Higginbotham?

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I refuse to answer.

Q

Mr. Newell, did you go to the Democratic

National Convention? A

Yes.

Q

I will show you what is

Plaintiff's

Exhibit 1.

It's a check from Edward Dickstein, Check No. 1159, lImperial West Medical Group. Did the Imperial West Medical Group pay- for your housing when you were at the Democratic National Convention I refuse to answer.

A

[Examining].

Q

Can you shed any light on the purpose of that,

that particular check? A

I refuse to answer.

Q

Okay.

Mr. Newell, do you happen to know a man

by the name of William Burke? A

Yes.

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Would you tell me how you came to know this man?

A

I refuse to answer.

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Do you happen to know his relationship with

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Congresswoman Burke?

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A

I refuse to answer.

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To the best of your knowledge and ability have

4

you ever facilitated in the making of a politcal contribu-

5

tion either personally or from the Imperial West Medical

6

Group or from OMNI-RX to Congresswoman Burke?

7

A

I refuse to answer.

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Q

As to all of those three?

9

A

Yes.

10

Q

Do you happen to have any knowledge of a man

named Paul Sarbanes, S-a-r-b-a-n-e-s?

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A

Yes.

13

Q

How do you know him?

14

A

I refuse to answer.

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Q

Have you ever facilitated the making of a

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political contribution to Mr. Sarbanes?

16 17

A

I refuse to answer.

18

Q

Okay.

Do you happen to know which committees

Mr. Sarbanes is on?

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A

No.

21

Q

Have you ever attended any political banquets

or fund-raisers during the year 1976?

22 23

A

I refuse to answer.

24

Q

Any political fund-raisers or banquets during

the year 1975?

25 26

A

I refuse to answer.

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Have you ever attended any political banquets

or fund-raisers during the year 1974?

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I refuse to answer.

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QAnd have you ever attended any political banquets or fund-raisers during the year 1978 to date?

4.

NO.

A

I refuse to answer.

Q

Mr. Newell, are you familiar with the term

"Systems Manager"?> MR. GANNON:

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Are you asking him to define the

term as used in that particular context or just to define the term? MS. VAN GELDER:

Let's go off the record.

[Discussion off the record] MR. GANNON:

Go ahead.

A

You want to repeat that question?

Q

[By Ms. Van Gelder]

Could you define what a

Systems Manager is? A

I don't believe I could in such a general broad

context as that. Q

Have you ever been a Systems Manager in a

management agreement between Imperial West Medical Group and OMNI-RX Health Systems where the health systems manages the financial and other administrative affairs of the partnership of Imperial West Medical Group? MR. GANNON:

Mr. Reporter, would you repeat

that question. [Pending question read] A

I refuse to answer.

Q

[By Ms. VanI Gelder]

Mr. Newell, if Dr. Higgin-

botham. indicated to you that he wished to make a contributic

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to a political candidate would you issue a check for what-

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ever amount Dr. Higginbotham authorized from the Imperial West Medical Group account? I refuse to answer.

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MS. VAN GELDER:

I'd like to have this marked

Plaintiff's Exhibit No. 4 and No. 5.

They are Check Nos.

1138 and 1139 from the Imperial West Medical Group, 11616 South Hawthorne Boulevard, Hawthorne, California. [Plaintiff's Exhibit Nos. 4 and 5 respectively were marked for identif ication] Q

[By Ms. Van Gelder]

I will show you Exhibits

4 and 5. 4 A

[Examining].

Q

Yes.

These two [indicating]?

We will take them individually.

Mr. Newell, could you please identify Exhibit 4 to me? It appears to be a check drawn on the Crocker

A

National Bank, Imperial West Medical Group under date of April 26,

'76, made out to Carter For President Committee

with my signature.

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Whose notation is on the upper left-hand

A

It says "Merv Newell, Business Manager."

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you have any recollection of making out that

check? A

I refuse to answer.

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Did you have authority to make out a check under

your name from the Imperial West Medical Group?

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I refuse to answer.

A

QCould you identify Exhibit No. 5? A

Appears to be a check drawn on the Crocker

National Bank of Imperial West Medical Group, April 26, '76, payable to Carter For President Committee.

It appears

to be my signature. Q

What was the amount, sir?

A

The amount of the check is a thousand dollars.

Q

And whose name appears in the upper left-hand

column? A

Edward R. Dickstein, Partner.

Q

Do you have any recollection of asking Mr.

Dickstein if he would like to make a contribution to the now President Carter?

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A

I refuse to answer.

Q

Do you have any recollection of Dr. Dickstein

giving his verbal or written authorization to make a contribution in his name to the Carter For President Committee from the Imperial West Medical Group? A

I refuse to answer.

Q

Do you have any recollection of making out that

check? A

I refuse to answer.

Q

I've got about three more questions and two more

documents. Okay.

These will be Exhibits 6 and 7, Check

Nos. 1153 and 1154 from the Imperial West Medical Group drawn from the Crocker National Bank.

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respectively were marked for

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identification] THE WITNESS:

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[Examining].

[By Ms. Van Gelder]

Mr. Newell, I realize this

is tedious, but could you please identify Exhibit 6?

6

A

7

It's a check drawn on the Crocker National Bank

of Imperial West Medical Group on May 25th, '76. 0

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Who is it made out to?

10

A

Carter For President Committee.

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Q

In what amount?

12

A

$1,000.

13

Q

Whose signature is on the bottom right-hand

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corner?

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A

It appears to be a copy of my signature.

16

Q

And whose name is in the upper left-hand corner?

17

A

"Cranford Scott, Partner."

18

Q

To the best of your knowledge or recollection di-

19

you ever solicit a contribution from Dr. Scott to the Cartei

20

For President Committee?

21

I refuse to answer.

Q

To the best of your knowledge and recollection

23

did Dr. Scott ever given any verbal or written authorizatior

24

for you to make a contribution to the Carter For President

25

Committee?

26

A

I refuse to answer.

27

Q

To the best of your recollection do you remember

making that check out?

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I refuse to answer.

Q

could you please identify Exhibit 7?

A

[Examining].

It appears to be a check drawn on

the Crocker National Bank of Imperial West Medical Group. 36753

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Could you please tell me to whom it is made out

and the amount? A

Carter For President Committee for $1,000.

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And whose name appears at the bottom right-hand

corner?

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It appears to be my signature.

Q

And whose name is on the upper left-hand corner?

A

"Anetha Mitchell, Partner."

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And to the best of your knowledge or recollec-

tion did you ever solicit a contribution on behalf of the Carter For President Committee from Dr. Mitchell? A

I refuse to answer.

Q

And to the best of your knowledge and recollec-

tion did Dr. Mitchell ever give any verbal or written authorization for you to make a contribution in her name to the Carter For President Committee? A

I refuse to answer.

Q

And to the best of your knowledge and recollec-

tion do you remember making that check out? A

I refuse to answer.

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Mr. Newell, were you ever present at any Board

Meeting of OMNI-RX which discussed making advances to the Imperial West Medical Group for political contributions? A

I refuse to answer.

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Medical Group partnership meetings which-discussed the making of such political contributions? A

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I have no more questions.

Cross-examination? MR. GANNON:

No cross-examination.

I do want to make a statement for the record, though. MS. VAN GELDER: ca C"

MR. GANNON:

Sure.

During the course of the deposition

I was shown a copy of a document purporting to be a deposition transcript of Dr. Higginbotham taken sometime during 1976.

CD I would like to ask of Ms. Van Gelder how she 91

came to acquire a copy of that deposition transcript. MS. VAN GELDER:

I will find out.

I believe a

copy of this transcript was forwarded to me from the California Department of Corporations by our request. MR. GANNON:

I hate to examine you, but I would

like to have this on the record. Do you recall when that was forwarded to you? MS. VAN GELDER:

As a matter of fact, there is

no date stamp, and I have no present recollection. MR. GANNON:

All right.

Thank you.

Was it after the initial referral by the Department of Corporations? MS. VAN GELDER:

Yes.

Yes, it was.

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MR. GANNON:

So I take it it wasn't included in

the origin~al referral by the Department of Corporations? MS. VAN GELDER:

No.

I can tell you that we

Bent letters to the Department of Corporations pursuant to 36753

which I had a conversation on June 1st. forwarded after.

It may have been

It was pursuant to a letter that we had

sent them on or about June 8th when we notified you of the reasons that the Commission found sanctions.

And we asked

for any additional information. MR. GANNON:

Thank you.

I have nothing further.

I suppose that wraps it up. MS. VAN GELDER: MR. GANNON: of these.

That wraps it up.

Mr. Reporter, I would like copies

You have my card, do you riot? THE REPORTER:

Yes.

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MR. GANNON:

If you will mail them to me I will

pay for them. C? 6' MS. VAN GELDER:

And if you could be just as

expeditious in your review and signing of the deposition it would be of great help to us. [Whereupon, at 11:10 a.m., the taking of the deposition was concluded.]

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the foregoing deposition was submitted

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to MERV NEWELL,, the witness, for exam-

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ination, and was read by him, at which

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time any changes which he desired to make

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were entered upon the deposition, and

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thereafter the deposition was signed by

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Notary Public in and for the County of Los Angeles, State of California

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My commission expires:

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I, Frank G. Hudgins, CSR No. 1438, a Notary Public for the County of Los Angeles, California, certify: That the foregoing deposition of MERV NEWELL was

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taken before me pursuant to Notice and Subpoena at the

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time and place herein set forth, at which time the witness

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was put on oath by me;

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made at the time of the examination were recorded steno-

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graphically by me and were thereafter transcribed;

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That the testimony of the witness and all objections

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That the foregoing deposition as typed is a true

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record of the testimony of the witness and of all objec-

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tions made at the time of the examination.

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have subscribed my name and affixed my seal this

30th

day of January, 1978.

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January 17, 1978

Federal Election Commission 1325 K Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20463 Attention:

William C. Oldaker General Counsel Re:

MUR 373 (77)

Gentlemen: Enclosed are two original letters which were sent by your office by certified mail to Dr. Edward Dickstein and Mr. Merv Newell in care of Oni-Rx Health Systems. Please be advised that neither Dr. Dickstein nor Mr. Newell presently maintain an office at Omni-Rx. Therefore, all further correspondence should be directly sent to said individuals through their attorney, Mr. George DeRoy. For your information, the envelope addressed to Mr. Newell was inadvertently opened by the Onni-Rx staff because it could not be ascertained therefrom whether it pertained to Omni-Rx business or Mr. Newell's personal affairs. Very

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January 5,

1978

Dr. Edward Dickstein Omni-Rx Health Care Systems, Inc. 1161.6 South Hawthorne Blvd. Hawthorne, California Re:

MUR 373 (77)

Dear Dr. Dickstein: In furtherance of its investigation, in the above referenced matter, the Federal Election Commission has issued subpoenas requiring your appearance for a deposition on

January 23

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pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437d(a) (3),

you are hereby subpoenaed

to appear for deposition with regard to any and all contributions made by or through you on behalf of Omni-Rx and/or Imperial West Medical Group to political candidates and party related committees.

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tion is to be taken at the offices of Polk Court Reporters, 606 South Olive, Suite #307,

Los Angeles, California 90014

on January 23, 1978 at 10:00 a.m., and any and all adjournments then and there specified. WHEREFORE, the Chairman of the Federal Election Commission has hereunto set his hand at Washington, D.C., this day of January,

1978. FOR THE FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION:

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January 5, 1978 CERTIFIED MAIL RETUR1 RECEIPT REQUESTED Mr. Merv Newell Omni-Rx Health Care Systems, Inc. 11616 South Hawthorne Boulevard Hawthorne, California Re:

MUR 373(77)

Dear Mr. Newell: In furtherance of its investigation, in the above referenced matter, the Federal Election Commission has issued subpoenas requiring your appearance for a deposition on

January 23

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1978.

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enclosed herewith.) Sincer

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA FEDERAL ELECTION COMIISSION Subpoena to Appear for Deposition Upon Oral Examination RE:

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TO

Mr. Merv Newell Imperial West Medical Group 11616 South Hawthorne Boulevard Hawthorne, California At the instance of the Federal Election Commission,

pursuant to 2 U.S.C. §437d(a) (3),

you are hereby subpoenaed

to appear for deposition with regard to any and all contributions made by or through you on behalf of Omni-Rx and/or Imperial West Medical Group to political candidates and party related committees.

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1978, at 2:00 p.m., and at any and all

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2

day of January, 1978.

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Mr. George DeRoy Hochman, Salkin, and DeRoy 9100 Wilshire Blvd. Seventh Floor - West Tower Beverly Hills, California Re:

MUR 373(77)

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subpoenas for the depositions Mr. Merv Newell which the issued today in furtherance above captioned matter.

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Mr. Edward Dickstein Omni-Rx Health Care Systems, Inc. 11616 South Hawthorne Boulevard Hawthorne, California At the instance of the Federal Election Commission,

pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437d(a) (3) , you are hereby subpoenaed to appear for deposition with regard to any and all contributions made by or through you on behalf of Omni-Rx and/or Imperial West Medical Group to political candidates and party related committees.

Notice is hereby given that the deposi-

tion is to be taken at the offices of Polk Court Reporters, C606

South Olive, Suite #307,

Los Angeles, California 90014

on January 23, 1978 at 10:00 a.m., and any and all adjournments then and there specified. WHEREFORE, the Chairman of the Federal Election Commission has hereunto set his hand at Washington, D.C., this day of January,

1978. FOR THE FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION:

THOMAS E. HARRIS, Chairman ATTEST:

'ecret rto the Commission

V1325

FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION K SIREET N.W WASHINGJON,D.C. 20463

January 5, 1978 CERTIFIED MAIL RETURN RECEIPT REQUESTED Mr. Merv Newell Omni-Rx Health Care Systems, Inc. 11616 South Hawthorne Boulevard Hawthorne, California Re:

MUR 373(77)

Dear Mr. Newell: In furtherance of its investigation, in the above referenced matter, the Federal Election Conission has issued subpoenas requiring your appearance for a deposition on

January 23

,

1978.

(The subpoena is

enclosed herewith.) Sincery yours, William C. Oldaker General Counsel Enclosures cc:

George DeRoy Hochman, Salkin and DeRoy 9100 Wilshire Blvd. Seventh floor - West Tower

Beverly Hills, Calif. 90212

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION Subpoena to Appear for Deposition Upon Oral Examination RE:

MUR 373(77)

TO

Mr. Merv Newell Imperial West Medical Group 11616 South Hawthorne Boulevard Hawthorne, California At the instance of the Federal Election Commission,

pursuant to 2 U.S.C. S437d(a) (3),

you are hereby subpoenaed

to appear for deposition with regard to any and all contributions made by or through you on behalf of Omni-Rx and/or Imperial West Medical Group to political candidates and party related committees. 7-r

Notice is hereby given that the deposi-

tion is to be taken at the offices of Polk Court Reporters, 606 South Olive, Suite #307,

Los Angeles, California 90014

on January 23, 1978, at 2:00 p.m., and at any and all adjournments then and there specified. WHEREFORE, the Chairman of the Federal Election Commission has hereunto set his hand at Washington, D.C. this

5

day of January,

1978.

THOMAS E. HARRIS, Chairman for the Federal Election Commission ATTEST:

Secret

to the Commission

FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION 1325 K STREET N.W WASHINGTOND.C. 20463

December 15, 1977

MEMORANDUM TO:

CHARLES STEELE

FROM:

MARJORIE W. EMMONS

SUBJECT:

AUTHORIZATION TO ISSUE SUBPOENAS IN RELATION TO MUR 373 (77)

The approval of all six Commissioners has been obtained regarding the issuance of subpoenas to Mr. Merv Newell and Dr. Edward Dickstein.

FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION 1325 K STREET NW. WASHINGTOND.C. 20463

January 5, 1978

MEMORANDUM TO:

CHARLES STEELE

FROM:

MARJORIE W. EMMONS

SUBJECT:

Issuance of Subpoenas in Relation to MUR 373 (77)

N

The attached subpoenas, approved on December 15, 1977 by all six Commissioners, have been signed and sealed this date.

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BEFORE THE FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION Authorization to Issue Subpoenas

The Commission hereby authorizes the issuance of subpoenas to the following persons in connection with MUR 373(77).

Mr. Merv Newell Omni-Rx Health Care Systems, Inc. 11616 South Hawthorne Blvd. Hawthorne, California 90250 Dr. Edward Dickstein Omni-Rx Health Care Systems, Inc. 11616 South Hawthorne Blvd. Hawthorne, California 90250

Thomas Harris

Vernon Thomson

Date

Date

Joan Aikens

Robert Tiernan

Date

Date

Neal Staebler

William Springer

Date

Date

EVELLK J. YOUNGER ATTOR~gy

9 FE1)prLI."VED ELECTION

STATE OF CAUFORNIA

rAl"14,

JMM! SS 10N

'77 SEP

9 PN 3:39

()iiiCi OF TIlE AIrOBNEY GENERAL

Erpartumt of 3Jsttir 555 CAPITOL MALL. SUITE 350 SACRAMENTO

95314

(916) 445-9555

September 7, 1977

Ms. Biz Van Gelder Federal Election Commission 1325 K Street N.W. Washington, D.C. 20463 Dear Biz: The enclosed documents reflect the manner in which the "Omni-Rx" contributions were reported. Please give me a call to advise of your itinerary for being in Los Angeles. Very truly yours, EVELLE J. YOUNGER Attorney General

JOHN A. GORDNIER Deputy Attorney General JAG :vdb Enc.

State of Cahifornhs

Memorandum To

John Gordnier Deputy Attorney General Office of the Attorney General

From

Secretary of S

- DAVID B.

PITMAN,

Dotf

August 31,

1977

Manager

Political Reform Division Subject:

Information Requested Concerning Imperial West Medical Group Contributions

Photocopies of Title Page and Pertinent Schedules Californians for an Effective Legislature Dymally Dinner Committee Berman Dinner Committee McCarthy Dinner Committee

Hughes Testimonial Dinner Curtis Tucker Campaign Committee Friends of Assemblyman Dixon Citizens for Waters Johnny Collins Committee Horner Election Co.m.mittee Cindy Wear Election Committee Lt. Governor Dyrnally Election Committee

Friends of Paul Priolo Bill Green for Senate Theresa P. Hughes Birthday Dinner Committee Cindy Wear for Assembly United Democratic Campaign Committee Com-ittee for John Knox Statements Filed Without Imperial West Medical Group Contributions Democratic Victory '76 Hughes Testimonial Dinner (12/1/75) Tunney for Senate Greene Dinner Committee Committee for Dellums Congressional Fund Carter for President Committee (all dates) Citizens for Senator John Tunney Ron Dellums Statements Not Filed Moscone for Mayor United Democratic Finance Committee The Pasadena Urban Coalition

John Gordnier August 31, 1977 Page Two

Statements Not Filed (continued) Mayor Doris A. Davis Dinner/Dance Committee Brotherhood Crusade/Black Unified Fund Democratic Congressional Dinner Committee California Democratic Party California Workers Physicians Association The Andrew Young Campaign Robert J. Miller (Judge-Nevada) Paul Sarbanes for Senate Committee CBC Dinner Committee to Re-elect Yvonne B. Burke

Thompson for Judge Committee Humphrey

Please contact me if you have any questions.

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LOS AGELES, [CITY

CA.

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TREASURER)

A candidate who con trols a committee must also verify the campaign statement.

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it sch dules are true, I declare under penalty of perjury that to the best of my knowted~ Is taternentdi and he preparation c~a ge asonable r al use correct and complete and the treasurer of this committee has -)f this statement anid its schedules. t~'~ CU~~ V{1ILLS, PMEVELP1Y Excte n1/30/76 D A T I-I

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i 1000 .00

1.4o rk ers Corlp. Judge

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200.00

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CAMPAIGN STATEMENT

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EXENDITU8r:ES THIS PERIQO

TO OAIE

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PD'-ocr.-tic Cardidates in the

3CaW itional infT' .jiOn on o'ppt'pti fell

1976

L1,tI0,d ,:,-nwtIfj

sh'ets. n~O

VEflIFICA TICN Idclare under penalty of

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Vrifiy the calrnpaign 3tJt0Ml~nt. A candidate who contiio~ a c0177777ttD M7U3t 8130 my knowladge this state-ment and Its schedujles are true. I declare under penalty of perjury that to tha best of 11 reasonable diligence in the preparation has use cornmittee this of correct and complate and thes treasurer ' -.of this statement and its schedules. ~ ' by e#& ' 5I //Y 2 '7t "I OF 4."DPOATEI

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-SCHEDU)LEA,FORA420o (continued) PART 2 - RECEIVED FROM OTHERS:

(See information manual for directions and examples) I

DATE

2/214/76

Heller Properties 244 California St. San Francisco, CA

2/4/76

Stanley Eerzstein 2170 Eacra ento San Francisco, CA

2/5/76

Hoffann Co. P.O. Box 907

Concord, CA

I

EMPLOYER (IF CONTRIBUTOR IS

FULL NAME AND AOf)RjfISS (Street City, State) OF CONI#,MItUTOR *

eELF-EMPLOYED LIST SIREET ADDRESS & CITY OF BUSINESS)

OCCUPATION

I

1'

AMOUN T RECEIVED

250

125

125

1,250

1,250

250

250

1, O00

1,000

125

125

125

125

250

250

250

250

1,000

1,000

94ll Consultant

105 ontgomery San Francisco, CA

94522

Jack Holland & Son, Inc . 799 Fletcher Lane .H-arard, CA 94544 Los Gatos Publishing Co., Lic.

Publisher

Joseph C. Fo',htellirg

5 Ferwood Dr.

,/7'

Atherton, CA

94025

Jacks.on Fu & Associates 619 Clay St. San Fr-rcisco, CA 941J2

, 1 9 ,/7 6 I

Paul 1. Hupf Frank B. Blum, Jr.

7316

AMOUN T

250

Investigation Officers Clarence A. Holland 12414 Henzie P1. Gr-anda tHlls. CA

/5176

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Attorneys

'ission St. q1,104-

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It

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Natorna Co.

P.O. Box 415

St. Helena, CA

94574

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2/25/70

i _Iperial W. Medical Group ll616 S. Mathorne Blvd. Ea-thorne, CA 90250

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SUBTOTAL (Carry with additional Subtotals to line 3, part 3)

$

14,625

it 'he contributicn was made by an internediar provide the information for both the intermediary and the principal

PART 3 - SUMMARY OF MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS (See information manual for directions and examples) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

RECEIVED FROM COM.ITTEES THIS PERIOD (Part 1) Include all Subtotals RECEIVED FROM COMMITTEES UNDER $50 THIS PERIOD (Not Itemized) RECEIVED FROM OTHERS THIS PERIOD (Part 2) Include all Subtotals RECEIVED FROM OTHERS UNDER $50 THIS PERIOD (Not Itemized) TOTAL MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS THIS PERIOD (line 1 + 2 + 3 + 4, Enter this total on Line 1, Co!urtI E of Summary Page)

.S

$

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COMMITTEE CAMPAIGN STATEMENT

RECEIVED AND FILED

(GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 84200-84214)

toe Form 420

through 4/26/76

Statement covers period from 1/30/76

f

f

E~ ~1~|1AR SC(etary of Sta.

47th Assembly District Fund

746299

NAME OF COMm ITTmEE

I.D. NUMBER

Roo:-i 230, Senator Hotel

I

of Col

MAY 10 1975

A0DESS CF 6COMMITTEE.

(NO. AND

Sacra mento, Calif.

R0ET)

(CIy)

95814

k16-443-5744 (ZIP COD)

(WTAT)

(AREA C00E)

(PNONE

No.)

Linda B. Muir NAME OF TR EASU RER

Loomis,

P.O. Box 1171

2

RE.SIDENTIAL ADDRESS OF TREASURER

Room 230

3

Senator Hotel

BUSINESS ADDRESS OF TREASURER

C] UneI 1

INO. AND STRIS)

E] Line 2

(NO,

95650 (STA I-)

(CiTY)

p16-645-8177

(ZIP CODK)

Sacramento, Calif.

AND STREET

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Calif. (CITY)

IARlA CC")

1916-443-5744

95814

(STATE)

(PhONE NO.)

-(ZIP CODE)

(API.A COOK)

(PNONE NO. )

C] Other

CHECK APPLICABLE BOX FOR MAILING ADDRIES9 (if other, list No. and Stree (or P.O. Box), City, State and Zip Code)

1. ..

1

j June 8, 1976

Primary

TYPE OF ELECTION (PRIMARY. %l

GENERAL. SPECIAL)

DATE OF ELECTION (MO..

IIIA

DAY. YR.)

TOTAL. PAGES

OFFICIAL USE ONLY

ALLOCATION OF EXPENDITURES BY CANDIDATES AND MEASURES (Aiocpte the totals of Schedules E and F by Candidates and Measures; Amounts may be rounded off to whole dollars) NAME OF CANDIDATE AND OFFICE; NAME OF BALLOT MEASURE AND BALLOT NUMBER OR LETTER

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A cond.date who controls a committee must also verify the campaign statement. I declare under penalty of perjury that to the best of my knowledge this statement and its schedules ore true, correct and complete and the treasurer of this committee has used o!i reasonable diligence in the preparation of this statement and its schedules. Executed

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$1,000

$1,000

$250

$250

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1. RECEIVED FROM COMMITTEES THIS PERIOD (Part 1) ..... ....... .. 2. RECEIVED FROM COMMITTEES UNDER $50 THIS PERIOD (soi Itemized).. . . ...... . 3. RECEIVED FROM OTHERS IHIS PERIOD (Port 2) ... . 4. RECEIVED FROM OTHERS UNDER $50 THIS PERIOD (Not Itcinizd) + 4, 2 + 3 I + (line THIS PER'OD 5. TOIAL MONETARY CONIRIBUFIONS Enter this total one Line 1, Column B of Summury Page) ...

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and examples)

.

$

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RECEIVE~D

(Infcrim [Form) COMMITTEE CAMPAIGN STATEMENT

500

th th ofie

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IGOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 84OO.842l

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Statoment covers period from 1/3

otto 420

h4/26/76

/7fhroug

i:ACl-l NIVG Eli, Secretary of State (>

I

COmMITTIEU

4AME OF

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TREASURER

!756

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Blvd. Inglewood, CA. 90301

ADDRESS

FOR MAILING

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PHOtE-"O.)

OTHER

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(P04ONE NO.)

677-1188

(AREA-CODE)

IZIP CODE)

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(CITY1

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2

213 672-8160

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6/8/76I

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,

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TOTAL PAGES

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BY CANDIDATES AND MEASURES Allocate thv totals of Schedules E and F by Candidates and Measures; Amounts may be rounded off to whole dollars)

%L,CATIONOF EXPENDITURES

OFF 'CAL] LY O06E

CURTIS

15,275.

[1 orposr

50th AD

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AMOUNT 0-F l'EXPPEROD

CHECK ONE

NAME OF CANDIDATE AND OFFICE; NAME OF BALLOT MEASURE AND BALLOT r.UMBER OR LETTER 1

22,941.

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VICTOR FAZIO-Asselmblyman

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VERIFICATION I declare under penalty of perjury that to the best of my knowledge, this statement and its schedules are true. correct and complete arnd that I have used all reasonable diligence ir thJrpreparation.. Executed on

/-

' I DATE)

at

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/ ..-

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by

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OF TREASURERI

A candidate who controls a committee must also verify the campaign statement. I declare under penalty of perjury that to the best of my knowledgTlh'is stat ement and its schedules aretre. ion prep correct and complete and the treasurer of this omitte/las use V , reaso able dilijenc !"/ / / of this statementAnd i3A schedules. ,'7

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'NIMT 2

FROM OTHERS: ($ee Information manual for direct ions. and'examples)

-RECEIVED

FULL NAX IE AND ADDRESS (Street City. Stat e) OF CONTRIBIUTOR*

" DATE 3T

Vocatic

29 School

OCCUPATON

Sanders, Tisdale, English Tooks & Williams 0 5900 Wilshire Blvd. / . . .... . 29/7E~ L .A . 9 00 36 Educational Management Advisers, Inc 1 1648 Wilshire BI.

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AMOUNT

- -'100.1

Attorneys

.

L.A. 90017

elrose-LaBrea Hospital A° 711 Melrose Ave 3%/7( Hollywood, 90046 W. N. Ricketts 4966 Maymont Dr. L. A. 90043 Ca. Soorts, Inc. 3900 Ianchester

27

CUMULATIVE

AMOUNT RECEIVED

nal Nursing of CA.

. L Mc .%_ I .9I =o1 /29:_ / 6 54 Lo.29 s Anc eles, CA 90066

29/7E

EMPLOYER (IFCONTRIBUTOR IS SELF-EMPLOYED LIST STREET ADDRESS & CITY OF BUSINESS)

Physician

4966 Maymont Dr. L.A. 90043

100._

600.

600.

200.--

200.__

100.

100.

200.

200.

250.

250.

P.O. Box 10

2 76 -.

90306

Triclev.ood, W.

D.

Collins Kennel

2,e76

1970 San Juan Road WVatsonville 95076

2/76

Robert J. Hall 3460 Wilshire Blvd. L.A. 90010

100.

100.

'

Imperial West Medical Group 11616 S. Hawthorne Blvd

_7 6

Ha%, ho

50.

50.

Sttorney

. , Co

1 000.

ne 90250

Transmitted by Charles Nanatt 1888

Century Park East

L.A. 90067 }ticnr addiona

ntormatin on appropnately

cntinuation nabeled sheets

SUBTOTAL (Carry with additional Subtotals to line 3, part 3)

$

2,600.

*It the contribution was made by an intermediary, provide the information for both the intermediary and the principal contribulor. ART 3 - SUMMARY OF MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS (See information manual for directions and examples) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

RECEIVED FROM COMMITTEES THIS PERIOD (Part 1) Include all Subtotals RECEIVED FROM COMMITTEES UNDER $50 THIS PERIOD (Not Itemized) RECEIVED FROM OTHERS -THIS PERIOD (Part 2) Include all Subtotals RECEIVED FROM OTHERS UNDER $50 THIS PERIOD (Not Itemized) TOTAL MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS THIS PERIOD (line 1 + 2 + 3 + 4. Enter this total on Line 1. Column B of Summary Page)

$

.

0

(interim Form) COMMITTEE CAMPAIGN STATEMENT (GOVERNMENT

[email protected] f S.'ate in the e'ica, e the of the S?..' of Ca'ilorrila

CODE SECTION 04200-42141

Stitement covers period from

Forn 4.

RECEIVED AND F I L ED

1

APR 2, '976

4_/26/76

/30/Trough

6L

INAACH FO!,G EU, ~

Fricnd::; of Assembly Julian Dixon NA-AE

OF

1.0.

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Los Angeles, California

12907 W. Vernon Ave., ADOPESS Of

l 42163

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iNO.

I

AND STREET)

IAREA

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iSTATE)

TYI

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90008

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295-4226 qPo4riE NO.|

CODE)

Patricia Miller NAME

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RESIDE-.TIAL.

A

OF T

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13

Los Angeles, California 90035

21581 Roxbury Dr., EASU

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%NO. & SrPEETi

CODE)

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IC.TYi

(AREA

32907 W. Vernon Ave., Los Angeles, California 90008 A:t)iJFS

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E3LINE C4EC-

OF

TREASURER

INO.

6

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C

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(ZIP CODE)

(STATEI

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613

295-4226 CODE)

OF

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176

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PAGES

OFFICIAL U SE ONLY

ALLOCATION OF EXPENDITURES BY CANDIDATES AND MlEASURES Alloc,,te tht totals of Schedules E and F by Candidates and Measures; Amounts may be rounded off to whole dollars) OFF V A UiS EUL

NAME OF CANDiDATE AND OFFICE- NAME OF OALLOT MEASURE AND BALLOT NUUEER OR LE rTERO

TO DATE IPEI CU

EXPEUNT OF

CHECK

ONE

SUPPORT

Julica'C. Dixon-State Assembly

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SE OPP03 -lSUPPORT

sheets.

VERIFICATION I declare under penalty of perjury that to the best of my knowledgev-this statement and its schedules are true, correct and complete and that I have used all reasonable diligence in their preparation, _-D E F

Executedon

4/28/76 (DATE)

es,_ "ne

at Los ICITY

AND STATEI

....

,,$ (SIGNATURE OF

..

TREASUnRIf

A candidate who control= a committee must also verify the campaign statement. I declare under penalty of perjury that to the best of my knowledge this statement and itsschedules are true, correct and complete and the treasurer of this committee has used all reasonable dillgene inlthNe preparation .'" of this statement and its schedules. . ~ ~ -. L s An e~Calha, A 4/28/76 DATE)

(CITY

AND

STATE)

-1I-

ISIGNATURE

OF CAP4OIOATEI

"

A, FORM 420

e

or 43

(continued)

(See Information manual for directions and examples)

PART 2 - RECEIVED FROM OTHERS:

..

FULL NAME AND ADDRESS (Street City. State) OF CONTRIBUTOR

DATE

.-

OCCUPATION

I Pharmacy Pharmacy AR-EX Jefferson Jefferson W. 1760

-.

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.

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EMPLOYER (IF CONTRIBUTOR IS SELF.EMPLOYED LIST STREET ADDRESS & CITY OF BUSINESS)

AMOUNT

AMOUNT

RECEIVED

1

____

1/20

742163

Coi tte) I.D. NUMBER (11

en fl "al

of " 'ried~ofSCHEDULE

1760 W. Jefferson

300.00 300.00

t

Los Angeles

ios Angeles, Cal 90018 -,West-Vern Pharmacy 4381 S. Western Ave Los Angeles, Cal 90062

420

Pharmacy

4381 S Western Ave Los Angeles .90062

4/23

Pac ific Lighting Corp 810 S. Flower St.

4/22

150.00

200.00

Corp.

/

Los Angeles, Cal 90017

#36 AFL CI A.F.S.C.M.E. 730 S. Western #208 Los An gce l e s C a l 9 0 0 0 5

"

3/

4.' 3

4/23

3 300.00

ciaif. District Council

4/-23

Union B u i n s.20

3 W.Vr

0 0

o n A v.0

2903 W. Vernon Ave Los Angeles

300.00

Gcne Ramos & Associates 2,903 W. Vernon Ave Los Angeles, Cal 90008

Business man

Calif. Producer-Handler Assoc. Milk Producers 13545 Euclid Ave

Assoc.

$600.00

M -owcr dlcal

300.00

Ontario, Cal 91761

Medical

-

r500.00

Imperial West Medical G Group Group 11.616 S. Hawthorne Blvd H C.whorne, Cal 90250 University Laurence University 26 W. Mission St. Santa Barbara, Cal 93101

4/23

150.00

P.O. Box 72057 L.A. Calif. 90002

Ar'vr

accitionai inoonrmaon on acpropriately labeled continuation Jneels

SUBTOTAL (Carry with additional Subtotals to line 3. part 3) $ It theconlributicn was made by an intermediary

Contrbu

7 600.00

provide the information for toth the intermediary and the principal

Aor.

directions and examples) PART 3 - SUMMARY OF MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS (See information manual for

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

RECEIVED FROM COMMITTEES THIS PERIOD (Part 1) Include all Subtotals RECEIVED FROM COMMITTEES UNDER $50 THIS PERIOD (Not Itemized) RECEIVED FROM;i OTHERS THIS PERIOD (Part 2) Include all Subtotals RECEIVED FROM OTHERS UNDER $50 THIS PERIOD (Not Itemized) + 4, TOTAL MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS THIS PERIOD (line 1 + 2 + 3

Lnter this

total on Line

1,7.______

00

17,810.0(

$

Form)

41-(interim yCOMMITTEE

.

RECEIVED AND FILED

CAMPAIGN STATEMENT

tho office cl the Scel~ory ol Sae

ION0420-9414)In R14IL"TCOD SEC JrOV COE *2003424of SCTIN tGOERW4~N

~~~~~~Statement

4.

13

covers period irom,

the State of Colifornio

6/6AR2917

1ruhA/

EU,Secretary of stats

1~UFC

708

CITIZENS FOR WATERS Broadway 8500 So.ADRIS N 44. 00COIITK

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(213)

90003

Ca

Los Angeles

4UmaI R~

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AML

ADOORKS

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ADDRESS Of Offset. lsPt [email protected] &ad

stroof JW

P.O. box). City.

at"IEMAL, SPECIALI

DATE

COC E 1

AVIA

slame aad zip Code)

1

June 8, 197 VEARI OF KLECTO04 &&ONT"N.DAY.

/

OPH14L 940.)

1- (213) 735-1346

90018 ZIP CODE)

11

COOK#

4&"CA

COOES

C]J0T14 E F

,Primari TvPEO0%

STATE)

1(213)6577

90069

Ca

A-les, Ca

Los NO

E

SCITYTI

a STPEKTO

Ave.,

S. Western

,3 2400 C.4Ecv

OF

Los Angeles,

11

1131 Altaloma Road, Apt.

2

IPNOME

04.1

IA

'14

OFiLPCiAL USE

'TOT^L PAGES

004LV

BY CANDIDATES AND MEASURES ALLOCCATION OF EXPENDITURES to whiole doWlar) and kleasures; Amounts may be rounded off bJMULATIVE %r~~ethe 1tws of Schedules E and F by Candidates AXP.OITORFCV ECK lD CEcOATEA?4OF BALLOT X40NOFRS NA)J OF TO___DATE_ C~~4 THIS P RICO AT AND ONE NMEO AriL LETTER OR ----C~A NuUbcrR MESP

u$ E ONLY

,0BALLOT

M~axine Waters,

Democrat,

48th A.D.

$1231178.c2 $12,178.92

1OPPOSE:

C1- SUPPORT

LI

SUPPOyRT

OPPOSE

E)

ri-

SUPPORT

OPPOSE OUPP4"T

Li

SUPPORT

fl

OPPOSE

Q

SUPPORT

n-OPWOSE

VEIRIFICATION Its schedules are true, this statement and to the best of my knowledgej thal 1~ra perjury of penafty under diligfl4ilt6 declalre I IIrsasonable correct and co7 pee ar ha I have u3ed

C D~

E

F

~

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by6

at

on

1

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P

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also verIly the campaign utat nLt A candidate who controls a cow.mittee must are true, of my knowledge this statement and Its schedules I declare under Penalty of perjury that to the best in the preparation dittgenC. reasonable 1 tius hU cnmmittee correct and com~plete and the treasurer of this dr,Its s-hibduies. of this stategnt i at r'J 2 Exec ed o CAP40IOATE)

ziaz-

4

(CAI(rCITv

&440 STATE)

111#60ATUUEI

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A, FORM 4230o 430 Acontinued)

WSCH-EDULE

3ART 2

-

and .iantPl&&) Informationt manual for directions RECEIVED FROM OTHERS: ISO* EMPLOYER (OF CONTRPJTOR 1S ADRES AD NAE fUL

~~'

SELF EOPLOVEO LIST STREET .DRES$ a CITY OF OUSINESS)

OCCPATION

4UTRCity, $sist) OF CONTRIUO

O)ATE

AMOUNT

CUMULATIVE

.RECEIVED

. AMOUNT

-IM' 0 -

1cClaney Tropetie".sRealaka FlagqitfeGU't -Ia et .,Es1ate-' .128--South'Beverly-Glen-

4/ 15

100jmv'riIlie)

I

(Same -addres)--

-to

Selfame addr, ssi

Stanley K.- She'inbaumf 240 bentley CircleLos -Angeld.s§,-Ca:

4/15

Employed

Buisine"s-

Mle s Rub in 77 Malibu Colony

man

:,a libu.

23440 Civic Center !Way M1alibu, Ca-

Health Care Deliver

pRestaurafl

IIc.

1,r. Jim's Bar'BQ AvaloL.Blvd.. S 10303 -.

.

/

(Same address)

500. 00

500.00

address)

.500.-00

500.00

(Samne

As.-(I

W. C.-. Chastain

20938 Cinc'h Road.

.iCaoro2)2ark, Ca tt1i ~o3pT3 Ca

z

1,006.00

1,000-00

n

~

Cohaiia

t oC ately j~w~ 4100 A

'II t~eonttbjt~flwaamad by PART3~~SUUMRY

200.00

200.00

1,000.00 tann4. 1 Consul

3/161 W. C.. Chastain.

d't~l4

700.00

.

472 iparial West Medic'l 11616 S . awthorne El1. 11 wthcrle, Ca r

4/23

.(Seme address)

Attorney

Lloy azelvin Smith 633 Shatto Place LsAngeles,'_Ca 4,148

1 000.00

:-50.0.00

Ica

Ahet

with additional Sboa$1

ln

,I

3p500To

I2

and the principal n ilele~iirY praidethe inlomntiof forboth the internediary

F )ONE-TARV

=CNTR1ULTIONS (S*

InloIWetiOflRI~flUl for AliretOns and exaffPles)

Th"S PFEREOD jPart -1) include all Subloltals I R.PECEIVED _FROM CCOAtE XC=4T1ES UNO $so -THIS:PERIOD)(Not Itwnlz.d) Z2 -CEIVED-F3O-1 O 11-fERS THIS PERIOD (Part 2) tnCt'de-AlISubt0taIS 2.RECEIVED 7 Iternized) -. OTHERS UNDER $50-THIS PERIOD (Not FRCA 4.RCEIVED PERIOD (line 1 +"2-+ 3 +-4... -5. -TOTAL h.tONETARYCO JTRIBUTIONS-THIS ol Sumrmary Page) :-En~ter thit; total on]Line 1. Column B

*.

S-3

0

8.2-0-0

849.00

460

0

U Committee to Elect Johnny Collins

,m60(-

.O6 MBSR (

Statement covers period fro.../.....roug/.I

SCHEDULE A, FORM 420 or 430 (Continued) and examples) FROM OTHERS: (See Information manual for directions

RECEIVED

PART' 2 -

FULL NAME AND ADDRESS (Stret City, State) OF CONTRIBUTOR*

DATE

Minyonne C. Meigs 10210 So. McKinley

4/241

IJUS

Au6uluzj

4/22A '6 United

;Fvvv

1

OCCUPATION

Zousewife

-----

Cleveland,

1o210 So. McKinley Los Angeles 90002

$50

Labor Union

Ohio

CUMULATIVE AMOUNT

$5o0i i

i

Transportation

John H. Shepherd General ,Secretary-

'lPrES_ slurer

$500

$500

$5o

$50

Treasu er

T

4.

MOUNT CEIVED RE

4

Union

5/7/7(

EMPLOYER (IF CONTRIBUTOR IS LIST STREET SELF-EMPLOYED & CITY OF BUSINESS) ADDRESS

Student Carolyn J. McBryde 4478 Via Marina, No.915 r.Marina del Rey 90291

4--

6 Mitsubishi Internat' 1. Development Corl Corporation 555 S. Flower St., L.A. 90071 Medical Service, ie Group 11616 So. Hawthor Hawthorne 90250 Los PAeI Te s "-%/LT'C-b;h W-Iomen's Democratic Club Political Group 2126 Longwood Ave. Los Angeles 90016

7.5/3/7( Imperial West Medical

,5/1316 Richard 0'Neill

26137 La Paz Mission Viejo 92675

'6 Keith Miller 1224 130th Street el

1

,

McCann 4/: 0,/(6 Jewel 4773 Miguel Drive

Rancher

$750

$750

$5oo

$500

$100

26137 Ta. Paz Mission Viejo 9267t

Pacific Connecting Company Devices,Inc. Presiden b 1224 130t h St.

$, 000

$1,000

$ 1,0 00

$1,000

4773 Don Mriguel Dr ousewif'e

$50

$50

Los Angeles 90008

Los Angeles 90008 Attach addilional informoaio-

on appropriately

4,0.00

labeled continvtion seets.

SU3TOTAL (Carry with additional Subtotals to line 3, part 3) *

1

intermediary and the principcl If the contribuion was made by an intermediary provide the information for Loth the contributor.

PART 3 -

SUMMARY Of M ONETARY CONTRIOUTIONS (See

information manual for directions and examples)

1. RECEIVED FROM COMMITTEES THIS PERIOD (Part 1)...

........

..... 2. RECEIVED FROM COMMITTEES UNDER $50 THIS PERIOD (Not Itemized)

......... 3. RECEIVED FPOM OTHERS THIS PERIOD (Part 2) 4. RECEIVED FROM OTHERS UNDER $50 THIS PERIOD (Not Itemized) ._._...._ 3 + 4, 5. TOTAL MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS THIS PERIOD (line 1 + 2 + ........ Enter this total one Line 1, Column B of Summary Page).

..

,

$

FFf-iorn ,;FC l n at y ru

RECEIVED AND FILED

port of Receipts and Expenditls

3

for a Candidate or Committee Supporting any Candidatels) for Nomination or Election to Federal Office

i

Fe erM~lLetnI~ilso 6 2:1 K Street, N.W.

20-163

Jasninqlon. D.C.

the oere of the Stcretary of State of the Slate of Colifornia

JUL 12 1976

1,'

Note: Corirnitee: authorized by a candid.,te to receive contributions and make expenditures in connection with more than one election must maintain separa, record(l wth respect to each election, and i',Y Wparjte reports with respect to each election. 2 Identification Number e of Candidate or Committe,, (ii ull) l(a) Na ..

Horner for Congress Comnittee

053864 Is thi- a report of a candidate or Authorized

__3(al

(b) Addis (number and street)

8tCandidate

Committee?

Alisal Court Sanita Monica,

c) City, State and ZIP code

.(

Ca.,

90402

)811 If "Yes."

(General, Primary,

I

Tenth day report preceding

election on

Peie._

Thrt.crh day report follo in

in the state of

election on

68-76

(prirrary. general or convention)

5..

r er'-ad" From

5-25-76

in the state of

ni o.,h

7 C h.

h-d Jinuary 1

t

6 A ,d t,,

11

California

Clumn A This Period

Column b Calendar Year-To-Dats

0

..........................................

2 ,3 10._2 4 -

.r .....eginniny . . ........................................

20,253.,43

receipts (fror line 19) ........................................................

s

,,tiav total expeinditures (From line 24)...............................................S

1U Cosh uii Kand at close of repourting p

-

6-28-76

Thr,,gh

(a)Is,,,o,........................................................................

9

(Date)

Committee Summary of Receipts and Expenditures

197 6

f..roportir) .n.

unoff)

(date)

Section Ao- Cash Balance Summary

6 (

No

(date)

(primary, general or convention) (1) ,q

L

Yes

(el El January 31 Repo, t (If) C Alternative Monthly Report ) LI Termination

4 Type of Hei,-irt (Check appropriate box and complete, if apliczblel (a) E- Amerndment (c) [J July 10 report (J) [ October 10 report (b) E] Apr.; 10 Report S (hi)

kJ

for which election?

ioc ..................

. . .................................

Contrib',ted items on hind to be lm1]uId: ,id (Jttach itemized i;t

.......

... . ....

....

s104,231.16

..................

46,563.67

s104,231.16

46,11..92.

s103,781.41

.

..

..

............... .

Section 6 - ExpenditureS Subject to Limitation Summary (Candidates and Authorized Candidate Committees Only)

12 Operating exeendtures (from line 20) .....................................................

S

$

13 Less Refunds and Rebates (from line 17) ....................................................

$

S

14 (a) Expenditures subject to limitation .........

S

S

............................................

bi Expendtures from prior years subject to limitation ...................................................... (c

Total eAPenditures subject to limitation ............

.......................................

.,-' -.. /-_.. "... " ,-___"T;..'"

$ .

I certify that I thavite iar'rin d this Re ort. ar, to the best of my knowledge and belief it is true, correct and complete. (Signature of Treasurer or Candidate) Note.

-8-7 6 (Date)

Sibmnision of false, erroneous, or incomplete information may subject the person signing this Report to the penalties of 2 U.S.C. §441 (text on reverse side of form).

For further inform .tion Contact: I

$

Federal Election Commission 1 325 K Street, N W. Washington, D.C. 20463

.

S$cIledute A )Jnuary 1911r linission Vrd.-rfi9 U W( '1(i11 C oil'

os Itenized Receipts, Cd*ibutions, Ticket Purchases, L s, Rebates, and Transfers for Line Numbers 15, 16, 17 and/or 18 of FEC Form 3

Page _._

of _

for

LINE NUMB3ER (Use sparalte ichudule(s) fof each numbered line).

tsee Instructions on back)

Namrr. of Candidate or Committee in lull

Horner fcr Congress Committee I.D. No. 053864 ... (,1jihng addr ess and ZIP code

Full N-

Date (month.

Imperial West Medical Grouj 11616 S. Hawthorne Blvd. ...awLorne_ Calif. ....902_50 Princp.il place of business

11616 S. Hawthorne Blvd. Hawthorne, Calif., 90250

day, year)

Physicians

SOccur-Altion

L

ate .........

..

~iChecrk

rnj:og address and ZIP code

c

, I.1Ih:13 acidre-,

Date (month,

Airount of ech

day. year)

receipt this pe-iod

Date (inonth,

Anim unt of i:ic receiit thtu l:rinld

O ccriaon

busirries,

.... t... . i..... ....

....-u! , Nl

Amount of each receipt this prriod

if Contributor odt is .ICrp"f

Aqr'J'Ya

a--i o'

Date (month. day. year)

1Occ upation

Prmnc~I;l place of business

Prwtrqii i

500.00

$

Full Name, mailing address and ZIP code

jN s,

5-26-76

Ch- ck if Contributor is self-employed

Agreyale Year-to

Full

...... . . .. S

a nd ZIP code

.

... day. year)

pl.icc Of bUtirie, s

Prir

Occupati on ,-L

Ch,'ck if Contribulor is s,.l! :infployd_.

Afr ie.gati! Ycar-to-date Full N '. e, mirai,

Prpnc: a

plI c

Amount of ech receipt th, period

......

.

$.

.

,ddrers and ZIP code

et business

Date (month, day, year)

Amount of ei

Dare (month,

Amount of eich receipt this per ,od

h

receipt th, p-,-rod

Orcupafiun [] Che,:k if Contributor is self employed

Full Nai,:. ir,ifing address and ZIP code

Fr

.:.pal place of business

day. year)

Occupation

Li]

Check if Contributor is self-employed

_Aggregatv

Year-0to-date ....

0

_._._._...

s

n......................................................................... Subtotal of rpceipts thas page (optional)ne Total this period (last page this line number only)................................................................. Pa :-

.~

$

5O

.O

itAP. tO

NAME-.CO=

ElA

Coll

Jnhny

f7 Co,..,,,.te)__6 ,.D. . O BEt, (if

Statement covers period from_5..2-

91_--.

o45&ugh-.SL5/76

SCHEDULE A, FORM 420 or 430

(Continued) PART 2 -

RECEIVED

FROM OTHERS: (See information ma nual for directions and examples)

FULL NAME AND ADDRESS (Street City, State) OF CONTRIBUTOR I

DATE

EMPLOYER (IF CONTRIBUTOR IS SELF.EMPLOYED LIST STREET ADDRESS & CITY OF BUSINESS)

OCCUPATION

5/27/76 Pierpont Laidley 2975 Wilshire Blvd. #600 Los Angeles 90010

Judicial

Carson 90746

5/2/76

5/2/76

/76

$300' $2U0

Andrew A. Roque 240 S. Garfield Ave. Monterey Park 91754

Physiciai

Frederick M. Nicolas 9454 Wilshire Blvd. Beverly Hills 90212

Attorney

Imperial West Medical Grp.

L

6)/2/76; I & 0 Advertising 545 S. Atlantic Blvd. . .Loo Angeles 90022

200

-4

4

11616 S. Hawthorne Blvd. awth orne 90250

$300

-(oun-ry -of Los Angeles

Commi ss ion

20410 S. Leapwood, #2c

CUMULATIVE AMOUNT

RECEIVED

•2975 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles 90010 #600

Attorney

5/21/76 John H. Leahy

AMOUNT

240 S. Garfield Monterey Park 91754

$150

9454 Wilshire Blvd Beverly Hills 9021

$150

$500

MedicaL

$500 /

Services ..... . . .... ALtoi obi Adverti ing

$500"

$1,OOo

..... " "$100

$100

5 /27/70 Hollywood Trust Racetracsa 611 We Sixth, Ste. 1900 Los Angeles 90017_..,,

$300

$300

5/28/76

$170

$170

Cerrell Associates, Inc 1 5957 W. 3rd St. Ste.30 ILo. Angeles 90036

5/20/76 Edaard R. Broida 2222 Corinth Ave. Los Angeles 90064 A

ttach cdditi-.nal

nfor

anotion n appropriately labeled

Public Relation ........ Feal Esta e Developme.

2222 Corinth Ave. Lo Angeles 90064

continuation s eets.

$1,000 j

"

SUBTOTAL (Carry with additional Subtotals to line 3, part 3)

$,3,220.00

If the contribution was made by on intermediary provide the information for both the intermediary and the principal contributor. PART 3 -

SUMMARY OF MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS (See 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

information manual for directions and examples)

RECEIVED FROM COMJAITTEES THIS PERIOD (Part 1) .$........... RECEIVED FROM COMMITTEES UNDER $50 THIS PERIOD (Not Itemized). ..... RECEIVED FROM OTHERS THIS PERIOD (Part 2) . . .. RECEIVED FROM OTHERS UNDER $50 THIS PERIOD (Not Itemized). ...... TOTAL MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS THIS PERIOD (line 1 + 2 + 3 + 4, Enter this total one Line 1, Column B of Summary Page) ..

...........

$

$

(Iferin 1%orin)

C7'

COMMlIEE CAMPAIGN STATEMEN4T IGoVLRNMEN T CODE. 5tC T1004 "'rC

84214)

/ 7

Simfteiient cove~rs period fiorni52/6ol8

r o ~I n

rY of .

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4

CTN'DY WER FOR ASSEI'BLY C0FMITTEE.. CC) CQ '"

AL.

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_______

'90034

California

90249

315519 Cren'shaw Blvd., Gardena,_California ~11A TFI OCITY) iNO. & S10ELTO URER t9

213-679_2517 COCE

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25520 Ke~stone No. 8 Los Anmgeles, Et5,L)E N

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-

-

-

-

-

960249

California

G,-.irdena,

151 rnhwBlvd.,

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COOEI

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No.)

4POO

Car~il

____

Coroc,

P"Ofqc NO.)

IN(A

H_______U._____________ 0IOTM) [jLINE 3 L 1N E 2 fIf coi1,P.. h AV.LE POX FOR~ MAILIOG A')ORS

~S

June

PR 111AR Y- GENER AL A

AN

No. Anj Strr.e

EJN

L SO.

.ALI C1

OF

Lalrk

(Or P.O. BoI.

e nd Zip Codol

City. St.

A

1976-Nov.2,197

8,

ELEC TON -MONT".

ftA1

TOTAL PAGWES

YEAR&

OFFICIAL

ONLY

u'sfr

ML.OC ATION OF E XPENDI TU RES BY CANCIDATES AND M.EASURE may be rounded off to whole dollars) t, Uals of ScheJU!es E :~JF by Cdd -Iles znd M~easutes, Amounts lAi,c Oil

u~2t

-

--~ _____

A E A, )0F F ICEF LT

tj'

C~A~

51L0 i Njt.pit "SuHL ArjD F!~ PALE

(~.JLY

A"OUN T OF

____-.

-

-

'AF OF EitALLOrTC CR LE fTTR

FXPENDI TURFS. THiS PRIO:

ONE

7,525.0 0

STATE A'3WI'-H.BLY 53rd Dist.o

IDY WEARff

cm

Lv 10 LAIE

> 5~

U'OPOSE

flsuPPORT

A-

-I

11OPPOSE

u F, 1- 0 04T

-s

SUP-PT

Li

uppoRr

Lii'POSt LiOPPOSE ir'oar-.,rl'!o on a,:PT 11r1Z!ely 1I~,0 d COOn!_iu;A11'y

Arloch adilr.I

VERIFICATION C

Ideclare under pe n.dty of perjur-y that t

8-12-76

Executed on._______ *

-e-__

hbe

omynoedge,

this stemt and 91

correct ,and complele mJd that I hava used all reisonabla difigenc e~n p

Gardena Ca.

at..

.

by

r

re

//

-

fOF (

C.P (21GN

ANDOSTATE)

AT)ICITY

schedue

paa TREASURER)

stat sment. A candiate who controls a cor~'mittee must afso verity the campaign t state-nent and its schedules a e true. this knowledge my of best the to I declare ipder penalty of perjury that peparallon the in diligence reasonab!e all usel has correct and complete and tie treasurer of this cmmilklee I1 of tthis statement and its schedules.

Executed on

-1-7 DOATE1

atG~ea~ 4CIlY

~ ~ A#C) SrATE)

'

~

~

%SirGN&'tuFEOF

fX~

CANDIOATEI

1.0. NG.N.fII , r4,r.,,e-o CINDY WEAR FOR ASS ifBI,Y ChlZLi'k'! SCHEDUILE A, FORM 420 or 430 * 0 9 (continued) -_

. -

--

PART 2 - rIECEIVED FROM OTHERS:

OCCUPATION

Jeff S. Wald-Helen Red dy Wald Singer, 9120 Sunset Blvd. Agent Los Angeles, Ca.

5/29/7

6/2/76

Eve E. Pontius 6661 Vista Del Nar, Playa del Rey, Ca.

5/27/7

Rita D. Walters 1256 so. Hauser B1. Los Pngeles, Ca.

6/4/76 11r"

674/70

1. 17)

_.

IF-1(f(,WOM---I~.-

__

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ajI

(See information manual for directions and examples)

FULL NAME AND AODESS (Street CIty. St.te) OF CON TtFI DUTOR

DATE

..

EMPLOYER (IF CONTRIBUTOR IS SELF-EMPLOYED LIST STREET ADDRFSS & CITY OF BUSINESS)

9120 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, Ca.

250.00

250.00I

kducator

50.00

~~~~1 Activist Enfviroflflef

Douglas Chapin 11nio,neer 15 Charleston Park Dr.

6429 Spear St. San Diego, Ca.

50.00

50. OC

20.00

520. OC

;al Bectal Corp.

.FOUf:ton. Texas

f3-/45/

)

.

Etu.dent

Ca. Direct or

Dcavid L.

Consultant

Gould

354 So. Arden Blvd.

IuImperiol 1616 So.

Ca "i

fo rni a

90.00

150. oi

75.00

175.0(

FK0.00

175. o(

500.00

5,-a'

Democratic Party

The Hartley Group

Cindy Wear for Assembly

Ca.

West Medical

Maw thorne,

6/ 1/r;

I

Ted R. Hartley 3351 N. Knoll Dr. Los Angeles, Ca.

Los Angeles,

6/ 5/r7'

A MJ)UN T

50.00

] Housewife

Paula Siegel 6429 Spear St. San Diego, Ca.

Pam:ela S. Duffy 20'1 The Str.nd Nanhattan Beach,

CUMUL A TIVI

AMOUNT RECEIVED

Ha.thorne

'roup

BI

Ca. The liary Tyler

di;ward Asner

Actor

50.00

Eloore Show

50j. (

c/o Sain & Synder s Park E a.. . 11880 Century SUBTOTAL (Carry with additional Subtotals to line 3, part 3)

S

1,235.00

*If !1ecci,,ribution was made by a .- inrtt rmtiJiary provide the informiition for both the inter:ediar, and the principal S , t il.jtor.

PART 3-

SU?.".'ARY OF MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS (See information manual for directions and examples) 1. RECEIVED FC.. . COMITTEES THIS PERIOD (Part 1) Include all Subtotals 2. RECEIViD FPC,'.t, COMMITTLES UN)ER $50 THIS PERIOD (Not Itemized) 3. RECEIVED FROM OTHERS ]HIS PERIOD (Part 2) Include all Subtotals 4. RECEIVED FRY.1 OTHERS UNDER $50 THIS PERIOD (Not Itemized) 5. TOTAL MONETARY CONTRI3U TIONS THIS PERIOD (line 1 + 2 + 3 + 4, Eater this t&,_,' on ine 1, ColU,-n L3of S';m ,ary Page)

s _35p. DO0 $50.063 90.00

COMMITTEE CAMPAIGN STATEMENT

*

Af

RECEIVED AND FILED

of State In tho ofic. of the Sectary

(GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 8420044214)

0 the State of California

SEP 4 197 Form 420

/

through

!

Statement covers period from

FO:G E% Secretvy of State CHl

S"CREZS

I.D. NUMBER

"7sZ IV. -. ,

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4


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(ZIP COOK)

(AREA CODK)

9o

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(CITY)

(STATE)

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(STAr[)

(ZIP COO)

-

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(PHONE NO. P

(AWEA COOE)

(PI.ONK NO. )

[] Other

:HECZK APP..t.ABLE dOX FOR MAILING ADDRESS

.. YPt OF rC-T1ON (MMIAARY.

d,4

_N fid d t,

(NO. AND rTi)

] Line 3

Line 2

''

,,cu6

(NO. AND

(rATC)

(Coy)

(NO, ANO ITRlT)

OF COMMITTEE

iA,4E OF TREASURER

2

5s- r

2

1 1A%4E OF C004M ITTEX

(if ather, list No. and StreM (or P.O. Sox), City, Staft and Zip Code)

TOTAL PAGES

DATE OF ELECTION (MO.. DAY. YR.)

GI[ZAIAL., SPECJAL)

OFFICIAL USE ONLY

ALLGCATION OF EXPENDITURES BY CANDIDATES AND MEASURES may be rounded off to whole dollars) A''rccle the totals of Schedules E and F by Candidates and Measures; Amounts OF F

CHECK ONE

NAME OF CANDIDATE AND OFFICE; NAME OF BALLOT MEASURE AND BALLOT NUMSER OA LETrE;t

OFFICIAL CE ONLY

SU

.

AMOUNT 6F ,AMOUNT

EXPENDITURES THIS PERIOD

PPOR

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TO DATE CUMULATIVE

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INFORMATION

ON

APPROPRIATELY

OPPOSE

P] OSE

LABIELED CONTIN4UA'TION

SHEETS

VERIFICATION I declare under penalty of perjury that to the best of my knowledge this statement and its schedules are true, correct : and complete and that I hove used all reasonable diligence in the/irr cpotion. Executed On ,Mch ot O 4P bby ,±,-,NUI~eutda A.TEI

(C

ArYA N 0STArTTI

i9IC~NATUWE OFTRCASUPER

A candidate who controls a committee must also verify the campaign statement. correct I declare under penalty of perjury that to the best of my knowledge this statement and its schedules are true, t statem this of preparation the in diligence 6le reason all used has committee this of crnd complete and the treasurer nd its schedules.

/i

.....

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MN

U

A, FORM 420 or 430 SCHEDULE(continued)

ILI, %P"

rPART 2 - RECEIVED FROM OTHERS: (See inforImation manual for directions and examples) -

..... L NEMPLOYER ADDRESS IStreet FULL NAME ANDCONTRIBUTORCITY Stat) OF ity.

OCCUPATION

& CIT ADDRES

%."'**:

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503-024

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OF

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CUMULATIVE CUMULATIVE

AMOUN Tr RECEIVED

(IF CONTRIBUTOR IS SELF-EMPLOYED LIST STREET OF

13

7 "miYl:I

1.0. NUMBER (of C

NA~~i(

4 -, 4,o,.

hb j

26 Z~a,

g

0

L (?3'2'PO&o74

I

I

I

An:ct, ad,:, tonat intormatiol On appropriately labeled continuation ,h,-,eS

SUBTOTAL (Carry with additional Subtotals to line 3, part 3)

Ij

co O

01

S

=*If the contribution was made by an intermediary provide the-infonnation for both the intermediary and the principal. contributor. (See information manual for directions and examples) PART 3 - SUMMARY OF MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1) Include all Subtotals RECEIVED FROM COMMITTEES THIS PERIOD (Part PERIOD (Not Itemized) RECEIVED FROM COMMITTEES UNDER $50 THIS all Subtotals Include 2) RECEIVED FROM OTHERS THIS PERIOD (Part Itemized) (Not PERIOD RECEIVED FROM OTHERS UNDER $50 THIS + 2 + 3 + 4, I (line PERIOD TOTAL MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS THIS Page) Summary of B Column 1, Enter this total on Line

Zi~L il~I s'~A

..

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,.bt.

YIU..CPI

-

..

_______S

761

1.0. NUMBER (11Cem;,e

St~ment covers period froti9/2 1/761hrougo__18/76

SCHEDULE A, FORM 420 or 430 (Continued) PART 2 -

FROM OTHERS: (See information manual for directions and examples)

RECEIVED

FULL NAME AND ADP City.

DATE

EMfLOYER ("

(Stret

ADDRESS & CITY OF

Cory., Slae) OF CONrTRIBUTOR"

9/23

COIIITRIWIJIOR IS

SELF EMPLOYED LIST'.%IIf(T

OCCUPATION

OF'IDcDoP~r% ul,,.t

tate

IBUSINESS)

Iw.'erial West Medical Gr

AMOUNT

CUMUI ATIVE

RECEIVED

AMOUNT

10,000.00

iO,0O.1

500.00

Ouu.

11616 S. Hawthorne Blvd. Hawthorne, CA 90250 oodbine Corporation 8383 Wilshire Blvd. #700 Beverly Hills, CA 95131

9/23

9/23 Dr.

1

Jeanette Parker 901 N. Camden Dr. Beverly

.1

-T -.

300.0

&____________________

-__________________________________________

4.

250.00

10/15 Frank Michelena

Newport Beach,

.

CA 92660

---

-

F -

-______________________ -

I

Altach

- -

dar

-

1,250.

Birch St.

4120

..

300.

Hills, CA 90210

.Y~.

.

0T

-

-

-

'tonI6nto,matlon

-

- -___________..~.~~.~~.

opprops cllely labeled

on

-l-------*-

I

-i---------

-:

-

-.

cointhualio n sbeels.

SUBTOTAL (Carry with additional Subtotals to line 3, part 3)

11,050.00

If the contribution was mode by on intermediary provide the information for both the intermediary and the principal

contributorY O PART

3

-SUMMARY

OF MONETARY

CONTRIBUTIONS (See

information manual for directions and examples)

..... 1. RECEIVED FROM COMMITTEES THIS PERIOD (Part 1) ...... Itemized).. (Not PERIOD 2. RECEIVED FROM COMMITTEES UNDER $50 THIS • . . 3. RECEIVED FROM OTHERS THIS PERIOD (Part 2) 4. RECEIVED FROM OTHERS UNDER $50 THIS PERIOD (Not Itemized) . 5. TOTAL MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS THIS PERIOD (line I + 2 + 3 + 4, Enter this total one Line 1. Column B of Summary Page) ..

1

14

.........

s iLQ5.0 ...

.0 1,050.0

RECEIVED

COMMITTEE CAMPAIGN STATEMENT

AND FILED ' office o the uetary CA :alot~wnlo 00 Sff of CI

(GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 8420044214)

AP

Form 420

OCT2 3 1976

Statement covers period from 9L21L76_ through 10118/76

1742164

PRIOLO OP PAUL F~TFNDS ______ Of- PAUL _____

I.L.

NAM.E OF COMMITTEE

90025

ic/o 11866 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, California ADDR

FONG EU, Szerey d StAt ZCH

ESS OF COMM ITTEE

ICiry)

AND STrFETi

(NO.

(STATE)

(ZIP CODE)

(STATE)

(ZIP CODE)

B (213)

473-659(PHONE NO,)

(AREA CODE)

Orville John Hoag, Jr.

I

NAME OF TREASURE3:1

2 (NO,

RESIDEN'IAL ADDRESS OF TREASURER

(CITY)

AND STREI)

E] Line 2

(.] Line I -tCHECK

(No.

TYPE OF

(if other, lis No. and Street lor P.O. Box), City, State and Zip Code)

(PRIMARY,

1

2, 1976

.November

ELECTION

DATE OF ELECTION

GENERAL. SPECIAL)

A

34

OFFICIAL USE ONLY

TOrAL PAGES

(Mo.. DAY. YR.)

""LLOCATiON OF EXPENDITURES BY CANDIDATES AND MEASURES off to whole dollars) . Allocate the totals of Schedules E and F by Candidates and Measures; Amounts may be rounded NAME OF CANDIDATE AND OFFICE; NAME OF BALLOT MEASURE AND BALLOT NUMBER OR LETTER

OFFICIAL USE ONLY

NO.)

[] Other

LILine 3

APPLICABLE BOX FOR MAILING ADDRESS

,General

(PHONE

CODI)

(AREA

(ZIP COOK)

(STATI

(CITY)

AND STRETI

(PHONE NO.)

CODE)

(213) 473-6595

90025

311866 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, California BUSINESS ADDRZSS OF TREASURER

(AREA

CHECK

AMOUNT OF EXPENDITURS

ONE

THIS PERIb

i

S UPPORT OPPOSE

PAUL PRIOLO - Assemblrym;an, 38th District

29,358.91

I OPOS :F:

CUMULATIVE TO DATE

TD

40,464.79 _

_

SUPPORT

[]SUPPORT

Note:

OPPOSE -

F]

Includes the receipts and expenditures

]

SUPPORT

F.

of the subcom-mittees, Priolo Associates,

OPPOSE

F] suPpo~r

ID 746158, and Com=ittee to Re-Elect Assembly-

L-

man Paul Priolo, ID 761108.

Li

OPPOSE SUPPORT

OPPOSE

L

SUPPORT

El]

OPPOSE

LISUPPORT OPPOSE SUPPORT

LI

OPPOSE

ATTAC14 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON APPROPRIA7ELY LABELED CONTINUATION

SHEETS

VERIFICATION of my knowledge this statement and its schedules are true, corre best the to I declare under penalty of perjury that reparo ion. and complete and that I have used all reasonable diligence in th D

Executed on10 /21/76 DATE)

E F

at

_

Los Angeles CA

0.

(CITY AND STArE1

/ P

i

Joh

ign statemen. A candidate who controls a committee must also verify the camp and its schedules are true, corre statement this knowledge my of best the to that perjury of penalty I declare under the preparation of this stateme, in diligence reasonable all used and complete and the treasurer of this committee has and its schedules. Executed on

10/20/76 .

...

A.....

.TE

a Woodland Hill I 5=TATE% at ..........I ClrY

A

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.AIY(41GATUREI

OFr CANOIOATE I

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Na-e:

.

FRIENDS OF PAUL PR*O

742164

1. D. Number:

SCHEDULE A - Continued Part 2 -

Received from Others:

Date

Full Name and Address

10/2/76

West Park Hospital 22141 Roscoe Boulevard Canoga Park 91304 TRANSMITTED BY Marvin D. Lasky 6330 Randi Avenue Woodland Hills (Intermediary for West Park Hospital)

9/V23/76 IQt2/ 7 6

l

2/76

10/2/76

10 /2,/76

esa

rnitapoli

Occupation

Hospital Adminis-

Employer

Cumulati

Amount Rec'd

Amount

$500

$500

$25 $25

$50

West Park Hospital

trator

Plumber Ad Housewife

Nat Taylor and Sons

4329 Erbes Road Thousand Oaks 91360 Daniel Hillman 23712 W. Malibu Road Malibu 90265

Physician

Imperial West Medical Group 11616 So. Hawthorne Blvd. Hawthorne 90250 TRANSMITTED BY He Jacquie C. Wilkinson Co Lane Sailview 32154 Westlake Village 91361 (Intermediary for Imperial West Medical Group) Hollywood Trust 611 West Sixth St., Suite 1900 Los Angeles 90017 TRANSMITTED BY Tr Neil Papiano 611 W. 6th St., Ste. 1900 Los Angeles 90017 (Intermediary for

23712 W. Malibu Rd., Malibu

I

$25

$500

lth

nsultant

$500

Omni-Rx Health Systems, Inc.

$500

easurer

$125

I

Hollywood Park Trust

Hollywood Trust) SUBTOTAL

$1,575

$50D

ER(it Ci

FR T........

LE

NAME~j

_ID.

9 2 0-- 7-hrougo Statement covers pcriod from-_ -

30

18

-

76

SCHEDULE A, FORM 420 or 430 MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS

PART 1 -

(Amounts may be rounded off to whole dollars) and examples) (See information manual for direct;ns AMOUN T RECEIVED FROM COMMITTEES: COMMIEE I.D. NUMBER OR TREASURER'S D FUL

N

M

D ADDRESS OF (Street, City, Ste)FULL

John E. Neff

250.00 250.00

2468 Huntington brive

2468 thintington Drive

San Marino, CA.

RECEIVE

NAME AND ADURESS

10/ 8/76 California Contract Cities Association

San Marino, .CA.

91108

91108

I.D. # 760-197

10/13/76 United Democratic Campaign Fund

5371 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 216 Los Angeles, Calif. 90036

25.00

25.00

I.D. # 10-f13/76 Gro-Pac - CA. Grocers Association

300.00

760914

300.00

Political Action Committee 400 So. El Camino Real, Suite 795

Optic LanS I.D. # ,'71 3/76 California Association of Dispensing Com-nittee 747072 Political Action Blvd. 1980 'Iourntain Jim Gibson Richfield Atlantic 645 Mariposa Avenue 10/13/76 Mariposa Avenue 645 Los Angeles, CA. 90005 Ics Angeles, C. 90005 Association Salifornia 1orkers Physicians 1 0/1 3 /76 11616 South IT.thorne Blvd. 90250 K wthorne, CA.

]I3 /76

,d.r ,rfe

CA.

Edlward Dubstern 11616 South Hawthorne Htawthorne, C4. 90250

90250

12 5/77-iCalifcrnia State Legislative Coi;mnittce 16613 Klwood Street Salencia, CA. 91744

300.00 300.00 I

_____

250.00

250.00 6,250.0(

6,250.00

Me rv Newell 11616 South hwthorne 902S0 IHiaw thorne, CA. W;illiam o. Griffin 16613 Kelv.ood Street Valencia, CA. 91744

edical Group Blvd. Hwt:.horne South 5_16

Tr~ erial West

.

CUMULA TO DA!

3,750.00

35.00

3,750.00

35.00

-

. .. . ..

I.D. #

rvergrcen Association Trust Accokmt -C/i5/76

761244

'_00 South Fifth Avenue Portand, Oregon 97204 10/15/76-. /itsuhishi International Corporation

T. Iino 555 South Flower Street Los Angeles, CA. 90017

S55 South Flca,'r Street jLos Angeles, CA. 10/: 15/76

CA.

1ittier,

C¢.4

I.D. # 743037

Good Government Coaaunittee P. 0. Box 206 1

10/I LS/76

90017

,

molion on

.,

500.00

500.00

500.00

250.00

250.00

400.00

400.00

90608

Cash and Carry Association of California 19922 Pioneer Blvd. Cerritos, CA. 90701 ,

500.00

appicpi;o

ely

lub.'ed

SU.3TOTAL (Carry with M

ontlnuOt;on

.t

shets.

!....

Wi lfred Schlonge 19922 Pioneer Blvd. Cerritos, Ck. 90701 ine 11

(. c!.S

1, part 3, page 4)

$

112,810.00

Notice of

47th Assembly District Fund,

Late Contribution

I.D. #746299,

has

received:

1. $1,000 .00 from U.A.W. Region 6, Political Action Commi t tee , 5]50 E. Gage Ave., Bell, California 1.I• #743787; received 10/22/76. 90201 2.

$2,000.00

from Imperial West Medical Group,

11616 So. Hawthorne Blvd., California 90250; received

Hawthorne, 10/22/76.

7

E D ofeo F IL ' .f-e= Y:; ~~ ou~~ ~

In

0 -21

at

-I ' I 2J ..... J'v-,,'"J

CIJI)Y

FOR ASSEIIBLY COIII"IITTEE WEAR FOR ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE

760002 760002

1~.'EAR

ig .... u I'NUMDY ,.NBER

Statement covers period from-/276ug

h

7

4

SCHEDULE A, FORM 420 or 430 (Continued) RECEIVED

PART 2 -

and examples) FROM OTHERS: (See information ma nual for directions

(Street fULL NAME AND ADDRESS ( ONTRA TR City, State) OF CONTRIBUTOR

DATE

10/1

76

10/1

76

9/91/76

Curtis Haymore St. 201 S. 31st 4Arlington, Va..... James A. Sferra

Trlricxiua

1,

Student

5C.0u

50.00

Univ. of Virginia Post Office Dept.

50.00

50.00

Eoual Con ributions:(Following 10 people) Imperial West Medical Group Imperial West tNedical Group

roch

. Hawthorne 11 106 itnwthorneI Ca.

-

5.00

Service

11616 S. Hawthvrne horne, Ca. H,

"~.ir.ovi

CUMULATIVE AMOUNT

Civil

R.Higinbotham

.

AMOUNT RECEIVED

F CONTRIBUTOR EM SELF-EMPLOYED LIST STREET ADDRESS & CITY OF BUSINESS)

retired Geneva M. Shrader 2509 Manhattan Beac BI.

1626 Barry Ave. Los Angeles, Ca.

[ 9/ 7

OCCUPATION

tz

11Q1C) S. Hawthorne Bi. t,,orne, Ca F.Dckstein IE.D 71ic -st S. Hawthorne B. 1131.6

Doctor

Imperial West Me4ical Group Imperial West Medical Group

Doctor

Haw',horne,Ca. O .Scott

11616 S. Hawthorne BI. Hawthorne, Ca. Attcch

Doctor

ImDerial West lleaical Group

siets. ion:I nformat;on on ap ropriately labeled continuation

3, part 3) SU3TOTAL (Carry with additional Suhotals to line

105.00

------ Inemdayadt ~ ~ the ~ F --If the contribution was made by cn intermediary provide the information for both the intermediary and the principal contributor. for directions and examples) manual information (See CONTRIBUTIONS PART 3 - SUMMARY OF MONETARY 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

.......... RECEIVED FROM COMMITTEES THIS PERIOD (Part 1) .... Itemized) ........ (Not PERIOD THIS $50 UNDER COMMITTEES RECEIVED FROM ............ RECEIVED FROM OTHIERS THIS PERIOD (Part 2) (Not Itemized) ...... PERIOD THIS $50 UNDER OTHERS FROM RECEIVED 1 + 2 + 3 + 4, (line TOTAL MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS THIS PERIOD .......... .... Enter this total one Line 1, Column B of Summary Page)

$c

$;C.~f

*'

CINDY WEAR FOR ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE

,.D NUMBER

Statement covers period from.."

(

.- ) 760002 .

.

hrough

SCHEDULE A, FORM 420 or 430

(Continued) RECEIVED

PART 2 -

FROM OTHERS: (See information manual for directions and examples)

FULL NAME AND ADDRESS (Street City, State) OF CONTRIBUTOR"

)ATE

EMPLOYER (IF CONTRIBUTOR IS SELF-EMPLOYED LIST STREET ADDRESS & CITY OF BUSINESS)

OCCUPATION

R.Geiger 11616 S. Hawthorne BI. Hawthorne, Ca.

Doctor

Imperial West Medical Group

L.Hall 11616 S. Hawthorne BI. Hawthorne, Ca.

Doctor

Imperial Group Medical

West

AMOUNT

T

--

Imperial West

Doctor

Medical Group +

-. 4

SH.Standers 11616 S. Hawthorne B1. Hawthorne, Ca.

CUMULATIVE

I I

________

A.Mitchell 11616 S. Hawthorne B1. Hawthorne, Ca.

ACOUNT RECEIVED

--

Imperial West Medioal Group

Vice President

II-___________________

rMev Newell 11616 S. Hawthorne B1. I.-vwthorne, Ca.

Vice President

Imperial West Medical Group _____________________________

+

-!J,'ITr--ED BY: vIUPI ,L WEST MEDICAI GROUP 11616 S. Hawthorne B:Le

r,:T

500.00

500.

-4

A-och cdditional informution on appropriately labeled continuation sheets.

500.00

SUBTOTAL (Carry with additional Subtotals to line 3, part 3) *

both the antermectory ana me principa; If the contribution was made by an intermediary provide the information for both the mntermeciary and The pnncipa, I contributor.

PART 3 -

SUMMARY OF MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS (See

information manual for directions and examples)

............ RECEIVED FROM COMMITTEES THIS PERIOD (Part 1) ... ...... Itemized) (Not PERIOD THIS $50 UNDER COMMITTEES FROM RECEIVED ........... RECEIVED FROM OTHERS THIS PERIOD (Part 2) ....... RECEIVED FROM OTHERS UNDER $50 THIS PERIOD (Not Itemized) . 4, + 3 + 2 + 1 TOTAL MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS THIS PERIOD (line .......... Enter this total one Line 1, Column B of Summary Page) ....

$ i

,, 0 Ca1

$

C

, 00

RECEIVED FILED AND SIn

ce of the [email protected] of .,11ot of t*e Sita Of Calffrnia

OCT2 9 976

COMMITTEE THE UNITED DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN

1528 West Santa Barbara Los Angeles, California 90062 October 26,

1976

iv

1:

The Honorable March Fong Eu Secretary of State 925 L Street 95814 Sacramento, California Dear Secretary of State Eu: 9, The Pursuant to the regulations of Proposition Barbara, 1528 West Santa United Democratic Campaign Committee, contribution(s) following the Los Angeles, 90062 has received 1976: 26, October date this Sof a $1000.00 or more 1,500. 1,000. 5,000.

Imperial West Medical Group Yes on 5 - Special Account Yes on A & B - Special Account Yes on A & B - Special Account

1,000.

Jeanne Sullivan, Clients Account People Against Prop. 13 II

Sincerely,

/

icr

,/--.'-

11. LA 7~Treasurer /

jlb

011

MURRAY

15,000.

/

/

47th Assemb ly District Fund

NAMFE-

Stowent covers period from

I.D. HUASIE 1

0/92/houghk#

2-

6

(if Co.-)----

"

0/76

SCHEDULE A, FORM 420 or 430 (Continued) noation manual for directions and examples) FROM OTHERS: (See inforr

RECEIVED

PART 2 -

ADDRESS (Street FULL NAME AND CONTRIBUTOR City, State) OF

DATE

1 MOUNT RE ECEIVED

EMPLOYER (IF CONTRIBUTOR IS SELF-EMPLOYED LIST STREET ADDRESS & CITY OF BUSINESS)

OCCUPATION

porate

i0/29/7< Vnudsen Corporation 231 East 23rd St. Los Angeles 90011

!0/29'71 Imperial West Medical Grp. 11616 So. Hawthorne Blvd Mc Sei L-awthorne 90250

_____________

10/2'/7

Dauterive

Peter W.

Mt. Vernon Drive 3 l'?i 1,0 Angeles 90043

1.

$250

$700

$700

9.

4

t-*-

Founders S & L Western Avenue L.s Angeles

Sal

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contribtor.

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SCHEDULE A, FORM 420 or 430

(Continued) PART 2 -

RECEIVED

FROM OTHERS: (See Information manual for directions and examples)

FULL NAME AND ADDRESS (Street City, State) CF CONTRIBUTOR

DATE

EMPLOYER (IF CONTRIBUTOR IS SELF-EMPLOYED LIST STREET ADDRESS & CITY OF BUSINESS)

OCCUPATION

Pacific Outdoor Advertis ing Co. P.O.Box 3159, Terminal A nnex Los Angeles, Calif.

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$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

$125.00

.1

Inc.

1112 E. 43rd St. Los Angeles, Calif. 4

Clarence B. Lofton

11/19

Businessman $50.00 Progress Laboratori -as,

4156 South !M ain St. Los Angeles, Calif.

$50.00

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Peatrice C. Lavery 5120 Encino Ave. Encno, Calif.

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12/2 (*

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4

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Savings and Loan Association 3910 W. Santa Barbara Av Los Angeles, Calif.

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San Francisco, Calif.

11,116

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$

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SUMMARY OF MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS (See 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

information manual for directions and examples)

RECEIVED FROM COMMI~T-ES THIS PERIOD (Part 1) ..... ......... RECEIVED FROM COM-.1TTEES UNDER $50 THIS PERIOD (Not Itemized)..... RECEIVED Fti(OM OTHrRS THIS PERIOD (Part 2) ........ RECEIVED FROM OTH. RS UNDER $50 THIS PERIOD (Not Itemized). . ... TOTAL MONETARY CJNTRIBUT1ONS THIS PERIOD (line I + 2 + 3 + 4, Enter this total one Line 1, Column B of Summary Page) ....

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JOHN T. KNOX SPEAKER ASSEMBLYMAN.

PRO TEMPORE ELEVENTH

DISTRICT

MEMBER: SIR FRArNC'

COM?". '

March 7, 1977

Honorable March Fong Eu Secretary of State 925 L Street, Suite 605 Sacramento, CA 95814 A

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William Durley

Dear Mvs.

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MediIt has come to my attention that the Imperial West its on campaign my to cal Group reported a $750 contribution year. last office iMajor Donor Statement filed with your reMy campaign treasurer says such a check was never Imperial of Newell Merv ceived and I have sent a letter to filing to West Medical Group, asking him to send an amended your office. Verytruly yours,

JOHN T. KNOX JTK:mcc cc:

Daniel Lowenstein Fair Political Practices Comm.

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STATE OF CALIFORNIAEDUD0BRW

DEPARTMENT OF CORPORATIONS Los Angeles, California August 15, 1977

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AUG 30 AN

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INREPLY RE

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Ms. Biz Van Gelder Federal Elections Commission 1325 K. Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20463 Omni-Rx Health Systems XMUR 373 (77)

re:

Dear Ms. Van Gelder: This letter is in response to General Counsel William C. Oldaker's letter of June 8, 1977. As requested by General Counsel Oldaker, I am forwarding to you the following materials: 1.

Checks written on the Omni-Rx Health Systems' Imperial West Medical Group (IWMG) trust account;

2.

Checks written on the IWMG account; and,

3.

Bank statements for the IWMG account.

Some of the attached IWMG checks designate which IWMG partner or employee made the political contribution. Of these contributors, Drs. Dickstein, Markovitz and Koch are shareholders and directors of Omni-Rx Health Systems, as well as the original partners of IWMG. Drs. Higginbotham, Scott, Grier, Mitchell and Geiger's associations with IWMG were originally as employee StateLater they were made IWMG "partners". doctors of IWMG. Geiger and Grier Mitchell, Drs. nents previously forwarded from "partners" IWMG original" "non the show that at least some of may be taking the position that they never were "legal partners". Drs. Thakor and Hall have been employed by IWMG but never became partners. Finally, Merv Newell and Harry Standers are not IWMG doctor employees or doctor partners.

LOS ANGELES 90005

SACRAMENTO 95814

SAN DIEGO 92101

SAN FRANCISCO 94108

AVENUIE COMMONWFAITH S ......... 600 -vv v v ............ . ....

1025 P STREET

1350 FRONT STREET

600 CALIFORNIA STREET

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Ms. Biz Van Gelder August 15, 1977 Page Two Special note should be taken of the following: 1. Regarding IWMG Check No. 1041 paid to Triphon for Senator: the Department had been unable to ascertain that John G. Triphon was a bona fide Senatorial (Federal or State) candidate in 1974; 2. Regarding IWMG Check No. 1121 paid to the McCarthy Dinner Committee: we believe McCarthy is State Assemblyman Leo McCarthy not Presidential Candidate Eugene McCarthy;

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3. There is a substantial question as to whether or not Check Nos. 1110, 1116 and 1158 were ever issued or accepted. We have no record of the checks, as such. Regarding Check Nos. 1110 (Committee to Re-elect Senator Humphrey), 1116 (Congressman Ron V. Dellums, Longworth Bldg., U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C. 20505 Copying) and 1158 (Committee to Re-elect Assemblyman John Knox), as of February 28, 1977 these checks (if issued) have not cleared the bank. The rurported payees were identified by a review of check stubs and we do not know if the checks were actually issued in accordance with the entry on the check stubs. Mr. Knox's office states they have no record of receipt of any such funds. Please refer to my March 3, 1977, memorandum at Appendix C. The Department has the following additional information concerning thos payments: 1. Pasadena Urban Coalition contribution has been identified as IWMG Check No. 1126; 2. No further information is available concerning the May 20, 1976, contribution to Bill Greene; 3. Leo McCarthy is erroneously listed (see my March 4, 1977, memorandum); 4. The contribution to the Moretti Dinner has been identified as IWMG Trust Check No. 134 payable to Moretti Dinner Committee: 5. The Otto Lacayo contribution has been identified as IWMG Trust Check No. 135 payable tc Committee to Elect Otto Lacayo; and, 6. The contribution to the Westside Democratic Committee has been identified as IWMG Trust Check No. 153 dated September 12, 1974 payable to Westside Democratic Club.

Ms. Biz Van Gelder August 15, 1977 Page Three

The Department has previously forwarded the signed statements of four doctors. While the Department has taken the depositions of two partners, Scott and Higginbotham, those depositions are unsigned. The Department has reason to believe that Higginbotham's statements were inconsistent with the facts. In addition, Scott has since his deposition orally "restated" certain facts. Consequently, because of doubt as to their accuracy, I am not forwarding those statements at this time. I have assigned Corporations Counsels Mark P. Richelson and David Pasternak to this matter. Should you need any further assistance, they will be glad to aid you, Mr. Richelson's telephone number is (213) 736-3137. Mr. Pasternak's telephone number is (213) 736-2510. Sincerely,

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AUG 2 9 AM 8: 30

repaurtmnt of Justirr 3560 WILsHIRE BLVD. LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA 90010 (2IM) 786-2304

August 24, 1977

Ms. Biz Van Gelder Federal Election Commission 1325 K Street N.W. 20463 Washington, D.C. Re:

Your file No. MUR 373(77) Our file No. 771N0004

Dear Ms. Van Gelder:

-

Enclosed you will find the materials you requested from Deputy Attorney General John Gordnier regarding the abovereferenced subject.- These materials include bank statements and checks drawn on the Imperial West Medical Group account; checks drawn on the Omni-Rx Health Systems/IWMG Trust account; a ledger entitled ORHS-IWMG Political Payments;" declarations from Drs. Hall, Mitchell, Geiger and Grier; and the depositions of Drs. Scott and Higginbotham. Please contact me if there are any additional materials in my possession which you would like me to provide you with.

Marc E. Turchin Deputy Attorney General (213) 736-2109 Telephone: MET: esv Encs.

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BEFORE THE DEPARTMENT OF CORPORATIONS OF THE

STATE OF CALIFORNIA

In the matter of an examination and investigation of

No.

OMNI-RX HEALTH CARE, INC. and of its books, records, accounts and other papers.

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600 South Commonwealth Avenue 16th Floor Los Angeles, California 90005

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DR. ROBERT M. HIGGINBOTHAM .MARK P. RICHELSON, ESQ. JULIE C. GOSNELL, CSR NO. 2943

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Deposition of DR. ROBERT M. HIGGINBOTHAM, called as

a witness by the Department of Corporations, taken before JULIE C. GOSNELL, in

2943,

CSR NO.

a notary public

and for the State of California, County of Los

Angeles, at 600 So. Commonwealth Avenue, 16th Floor, Los Angeles, 1976,

California,

on Thursday,

December 2,

at 10:05 a.m., pursuant to Subpoena.

APPEARANCES OF COUNSEL: For the Department of MARK P. RICHELSON, ESQ. Corporations: Corporations Counsel 600 So. Commonwealth Avenue

4 16th Floor Los Angeles, California 90005 (2131 736-3137

77

RESNIK,

ESQ.

For the Witness:

MARK A.

Also Present:

Henry A. Holguin Department of Corporations Legal Assistant

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matter of examination and investigation of Omni-Rx Health Care, Inc.

11

6

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This is a deposition in the

To be deposed is Dr. Robert Higginbotham. Also present in the room is Attorney Mark A.

Resnik.

My name is Mark P. Richelson, Corporations Counsel. We are located at 600 Commonwealth Avenue, Los

9 10

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Angeles, California. 1976.

Today's date is Thursday, December 2,

It is approximately 10:05 a.m. Dr. Higg!

otham is appearing pursuant to a

12

subpoena, dated Novem it 24, 1976, and the response date of

13

that subpoena was changed by a mutual agreement to today.

14

Is

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is

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Yes.

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H I G G I N BO T H A M, called

18

as a witness by the Department of Corporations,

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been first

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as follows:

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duly sworn, was examined and testified

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Off the record.

[Discussion off the record. I

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having

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Holguin enters the room.] MR. RICHELSON:

At this time, I would like to

also indicate that Mr. Henry Holguin, a graduate legal assistant for the Department, is present. 27

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PIN

EXAMINATION BY MR.

RICHELSON: Dr. Higginbotham, would you state and spell

0 your name,

please.

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A.

Robert M. Higginbotham, H-i-g-g-i-n-b-o-t-h-a-m.

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And you are a doctor of medicine?

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A.

Yes.

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And you are board certified?

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Board qualified in what area?

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Orthopedic surgery..

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Could you explain to me the difference between

13 14

Board qualified.

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board qualified and certified? &

Board certified means that you have passed the

is

standard examination set up by the American Academy of

16

Orthopedic Surgeons,

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all the requirements to take that examination.

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and qualified means that you have met

you give us your home address, 4843 Inadale Avenue,

please?

Los Angeles 90043.

Could we have your home phone? 21

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299-1672.

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116th Street, Hawthorne,

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And the name of your employer?

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the Imperial West Medical Building?

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Yes. Were you at any time a member of the Imperial

West Medical Group Partnership?

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Yes.

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Are you at this time?

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begin?

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1971.

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Were you a partner or just employed then?

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You had an employment contract with them?

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And that was to the Imperial West Medical Group?

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was a written contract?

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West Medical Group Partnership?

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1976?

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What is this?

Either 1974 or 1975.

I really don't know.

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would be in

If it

1975, would it

have been from

July towards January, in that area? 27

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Yes.

In

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that was 1975 we were just talking about.

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If you were able to refresh your recollection at a later timl

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or find some documents, would you be willing to advise this

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office of the dates?

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Sure.

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And during this period, you were first employed

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under contract, and then you became a partner, and is there a point where you were not associated?

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I'm really not sure whether I was employed throuch

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the Koch Medical Corporation or IWMG.

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not sure.

Either one, but. I am

But then you did become a part of IWMG?

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Yes.

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From 1971, you've either been with Imperial West

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or Koch and then a partner in Imperial West?

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That is correct.

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Have you yourself ever contributed since 1971

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to any political candidates?

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Yes.

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During the last two years, what candidates would

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you have contributed to? A

Governor Brown, President-elect Carter.

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that is all I can recollect. O

Did you make these contributions from your per-

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funds, but from the partnership, my money in the partnership MR. RESNIK:

Let's get this cleared up.

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MR. RESNIK:

Dr. Higginbotham has told me that

the money was not contributed directly by him, but was con-

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tributed through the partnership. (By Mr. Richelson]

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today? .

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Yes. MR.

RICHELSON:

And Mr.

Resnik, are you also

employed by Omni-Rx Health Systems, Inc?

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MR. RESNIK:

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MR. RICHELSON:

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I think I should go

Mr. Higginbotham, is Mr. Resnik your counsel

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Okay.

back and do one thing proceduraly.

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I am. Are you appearing here as a

representative of Omni-Rx Health Systems or Dr. Higginbotham!

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We had a short recess while

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Off the .record.

Mr. Resni .k conferred with his client.

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Can I counsel with him for a minute?

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MR. RESNIK:

I am appearing here as Dr.

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Higginbotham's personal counsel with the consent of Omni-

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Rx Health Systems.

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RICHELSON:

Are either of those compensating

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you for this appearance today?

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MR. RESNIK: doctor.

I am not being compensated by the

I'm being made available by the company for the

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Doctor, are you aware of

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your counsel today?

, when you say that the funds came from

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the partnership, did you indicate to somebody in tHe partner-

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ship that you wished to use such funds for political contri-

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butions?

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I would like to understand the procedure

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in which this was done.

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make a contribution to President-elect Carter or to, I assun

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Candidate Carter?

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Did you go to him and ask him to

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A. I don't know exactly how it came up, but it was

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a contribution from myself.

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this was.-- I don't know the details, but it

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contribution on my part.

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after it was made?

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Q. Did you authorize this contribution before it

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Whether I approached him or

this contribution would have been made? A.

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I think around September, October of 1976.

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tribution to a payee by the name of Carter for President in 2

April of 1976,

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either April of May? may have been April of May.

I can't remember

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when the banquet was here for President-elect Carter, and

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I've forgotten the day.

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You speak of a banquet?

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Yes.

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Did you attend a dinner for

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Yes.

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Was this contribution in the form of buying

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tickets to the dinner, or was this a regular contribution?

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I guess it

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And do you remember how much your total donation

was a combination of both.

I'm sure.

was at the time?

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A thousand dollars.

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Now, would the payment, the actual check be

filled out by Mr. Newell?

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Yes.

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And he is

the business manager for the Imperial

West Medical Group? A.

He is the president or vice-president.

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IDiscussion off the record.] 7 Q

[By Mr. Richelson]

What is Mr. Newell's func-

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Systems manager.

for you.

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I might clear it

up on the record

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There is a management agreement

cial and other administrative affairs of the partnership,

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IWMG. Mr. Newell is the vice-president of finance for

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Omni-Rx Health Systems,

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forms financial administraLive services for IWMG pursuant

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to the contract between to the two entities.

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Okay.

Richelson]

Thank you.

Dr. Higginbotham,

have you

Yes, yes. Would there have been a personal contribution?

Would that have been a contribution made out of IWMG funds? Out of my funds through IWMG.

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that capacity, he also per-

contributed to the campaign of Senator John Tunney?

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and in

MR. RICHELSON:

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Funds that were then IWMG but were allocated to

you?

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That is

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Do you remember how much money you contributed

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No, .

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I don't.

I don't remember the figure.

Do you remember approximately when the payments

were mad Le? L

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correct.

at that time to Senator Tunney?

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between IWMG and Systems whereby Systems manages the finan-

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When was the campaign? MR. HOLGUIN:

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The election was in November.

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If I gave you a date of

May 28, would that refresh your recollection?

Would you say

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Yes,

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you originally approached

Mr. Newell about making the contribution, or if this was

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an agreement between you and several of the doctors tq

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make the contribution? No.

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hand,

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my approval.

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I can't remember the figure. $333 refresh your recollection?

It was between 100 and 500.

Do you know if

any of the other doctors at

Imperial West also made a contribution at that time?

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You mean definitely?

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First, definitely.

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No, Now,

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I don't know the

figure.

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this was discussed before-

money you contributed at that time? &

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I was usually

And do you remember approximately how much

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and no funds were taken out from my moneys without

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verbal.

Do you remember if

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that it would be in that area?

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do you have any reason to believe that

any of th e other doctors may have made such a contribution? L

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Attendance at the banquet or dinner.

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Would you have any way of knowing if maybe a

number of the doctors had authorized payment of money to Mr.

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Tunney so it

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Newell

that they wished to contribute an amount of money to a political candidate,

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a check, as for example, $100 per doctor for Dr. fligginbothar

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and $100 for Dr. Koch and $100 for Dr. MarkoVitz, or would

13

he issue one check for $300 and note on the check or in the

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books payment was in equal parts from the accounts from thesE

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three people?

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SHave

would Mr.

you at any time contributed any moneys to

A.

I believe so.

think it

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I think I contributed.

A.

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I'm not sure.

Could it

have been in August of this year?

August?

I don't know.

I can't remember.

You originally stated you thought it was in

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1973. y

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I don't know when he ran, but I

was 1973 or somewhere along there.

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to your knowledge,. issue

I don't know.

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Newell,

the Paul Sarbangs for senator?

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more than one doctor indicated to Mr.

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would be paid in one check instead of four

or five checks?

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at would be behind that belief?

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I thought it

was 1973,

1974.

Do you have any recollection of August of this

year, 1976?

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tributed at that time? A

No,

would that re-

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wouldn't refresh it,

but--

Newell authorization to make

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Yes.

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And do you remember if

that authorization was

written or verbal?

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Verbal.

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And that money was not contributed until such

time as you made the authorization?

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As far as I know.

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41ave you ever contributed to the Lieutenant

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Governor Dymally election committee? A

I believe so.

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Would you have any recollection of when that was.

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No,

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I don't.

Would it

have been possibly around September 15

of this year? .

Possibly, yes.

I think there was a rally or

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such a donation?

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Again, was authorization given to Mr.

Newell to

make that contribution? A

Yes. Was that verbal or written?

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Verbal.

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And the money was not paid, to your knowledge,

until he received such authorization?

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Dr. Higginbotham, do you

dence; so I won't-even want to make it.

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know what CBC stands for?

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was.

these contributions to Paul Sarbangs and

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Lieutenant Governor Dymally, were they contributions, or

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were these for fund-raising events, such as a dinner or something of that nature?

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I think they

I'm not sure.

And I assume the CBC Dinner was a dinner? A

Oh, yes.

I think it was one held out here in

Beverly Hills.

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To the best of my recollection,

were fund-raising dinners.

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Now, is Mr. Newell a member of the Imperial

West Medical Group Partnership? A

I believe so.

I'm not absolutely sure.

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The answer is no.

ie is not a

member. 3 MR. RICHELSON: 4 4

MR.

RESNIK:

Thank you, Mr. Resnik.

Imperial West Medical Group PartnerThe only partners are

ship is a medical partnership. 6

medical doctors.

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[By Mr.

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Richelson]

Mr.

Standers a member

of the Imperial West Medical Group?

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You are asking me things I don't know.

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Do you know a Mr.

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Yes.

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Do you know,

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Harry Standers?

to your knowledge,

if

Mr.

Standers

practices medicine?

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No, he does not practice medicine.

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Is the Imperial West Medical Group a medical

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partnership?

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A.

Yes.

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Do you know of a Mr.

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Yes..

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Is he a doctor?

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A.

Yes.

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Is he a partner in Imperial West Medical Group?

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I do not know, no, whether he is a partner or

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Geiger?

not, but he is associated with the group.

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Do you know a person by the name of Anita Mitche

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Yes.

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Does she practice at the Imperial West Medical Group?

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Do you know if she is a partner or not?

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I do not know definitely.

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Has

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Mr. Robert Hersh ever been your personal

accountant .

He is my personal accountant.

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Did he and you ever cause to be learned

when

he was preparing your income tax for 1975 that $1,900 of 9

en

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bution?

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What was that again?

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Did you and he learn after the fact that during

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the tax year of 1975 that $1,900 of partnership moneys had

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been allocated as a political contribution from you by the

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partnership?

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partnership funds had been allocated as a political contri-

A.

MR. RESNIK:

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I don't know. Could I counsel with him for a

minute?

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MR.

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RICHELSON:

Sure.

[Discussion off the record.] A

The contributions, I was aware of them, yes, but

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you are talking about something on my income tax.

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go over that. [By Mr. Richelson]

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I didn't

The contributions that I

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have been talking about previously were all made during the

26

year 1976?

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Right. Now, the end of your tax year is also the end

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of each regu ar year? 1

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During the tax year of 1975, and this is a period

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of time we haven't talked about, but are you aware of any

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political contributions made out of IWMG partnership funds

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that were allocated to you?

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Yes.

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Now, of all of those that you are aware of,

did

you learn of any of those after the fact, after they were made? I don't think so, no.

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No,

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During the time that Mr. Hersh was preparing any

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one of his financial statements or papers that he prepares,

14

did he ever come to you and tell you that he could not figur.

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out where $1,900 had gone?

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I don't remember. Did he ever indicate to you that he had disco-

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vered that $1,900 had been taken out of your share, your

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part of the money of the partnership and allocated to poli-

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tical contributions or paid as political contributions?

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I don't know.

Q.

Are you familiar with an entity called The Las

Vegas Ranch Club?

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A.

Yes.

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And do you know what the Las Vegas Ranch Clu>- is"

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I have seen the papers.

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No,

I specifically

couldn't give you any details about it.

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Are you a member of the Las Vegas Ranch Club?

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Yes. Is this an investment arrangement for you?

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Yes.

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Is this an investment in land in Las Vegas?

A.

Yes.

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Is there a trailer park?

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I think it is land that is

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plans for a shopping center, as I remember. 9 LU

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Do you remember when you became a member of the

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Las Vegas Ranch Club? 11

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1972, 1973.

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And have you paid any fees to join?

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I don't know.

I'm not sure.

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Do you have any recollection of having to make i5

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any payments to the club at all?

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Yes;

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What would those payments be for?

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I don't know.

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To your recollection, did you have to make an 2D 21 16 22

initial investment in the club?

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Yes, I think so.

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Would you have any recollection as to how much

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that would be?

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I'm not sure, but I think it was in the neighbor25

hood of $15,000.

I'm not sure, but that would be a guess,

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investments in the club or put any more money into it?

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Any moneys that you would have put in,

you would

have had to authorize those; would you not? MR.

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Can we talk off the record?

[Discussion off the record.]

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(By Mr. Richelson]

I will rephrase the ques-

tion. Doctor, to your recollection,

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besides the

9

$15,000 that you paid at the time of your initial investment

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with the club, are you awaxe ut any payments made on your

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behalf to the Ranch Club?

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. have to --

I think there were other payments made.

I would have to get my tax records, all of my

records, which are home or with Mr. Hersh.

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I don't have tho e

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typesof facts on the tip of my tongue or in my cranium.

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I am not involved in

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have other people handle these things for me.

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Are there other people who have the ability to

What do you mean by sign checks for me? You can authorize,

as I understand,

Mr. Newell

to sign a check? A

In

my name2

From partnership funds.

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That is why I

sign checks for you on certain instances?

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a detailed business.

I practice medicine

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From my funds, yes.

my funds with notations,

He can draw money out of

yes.

Other than that, are there any other instances

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of people

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who can do something like that with your funds?. No, not that I am aware of. So that from your personal accounts, money

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Except for the investments which I am a partner

and have papers for, yes. Has it

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ever been indicated to you that the Las

Vegas Rarich Club land investment had another purpose? Not that I know of. Have you ever had any discussions with Mr. Hersh

regarding a possible other purpose for the Las Vegas Ranch 0

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Club? A

Not that I remember. At any time has anybody indicated to you that

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the Las Vegas Ranch Club may be involved in making political contributions ? I.

Not as I know of.

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Are you aware of the disenrollment procedures

at Omni-Rx Health Care? A .

Of the technical procedure of disenrollment? Yes.

A.

No, I don't know anything about that.

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you ever practice at the Av-El? /

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Yes. you at any time come in contact with anybody

who takes disenrollment forms?

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Disenrollment forms.

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Do you have any idea of how those forms are

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filled out or forwarded to the corporate office for the

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State?

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No.

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Are you familiar with the grievance procedure

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and committee makeup of Omni-Rx Health Care?

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I'm aware of it, but not the technical aspects

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Have you ever been asked to appear at a grie-

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vance committee meeting?

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Not that I can recollect.

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Would you have any idea how the committee re-

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solves grievances?

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Only from hearsay or conversation with other

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doctors that such a committee does exist, and a

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the prepaid plan has the right to air his grievance with

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the committee.

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member of

To your knowledge, has the medical director aske

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doctors who are involved or named in a complaint to appear

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at the grievance committee? A22

If a complaint names a doctor with regard to

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Repeat that.

a grievance, do you know if those doctors have been asked

25

to appear at the grievance committee to explain their side

26

of the circumstances?

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I don't know anything about that.

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You have no kn6wledge?

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I don' t. Are you familiar with Arlene James Pruitt?

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The name doesn't strike a bell.

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Do you know if the Av-El Clinic has a social

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worker?

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Have you heard anything through hearsay that

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they have a social worker? A

A.

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No. Rick Atkins?

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I know nothing. Are you familiar with the name of Fred Santiago?

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I'm not sure.

regarding her initial hiring?

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I think they do.

Would you know anything about the circumstances

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Or Shirley Gray?

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No.

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Have you ever heard of any problems with regard reto personnel, such as a physician's assistant, who is

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quired to be licensed, performing functions of a physician's

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assistant without being adequately licensed?

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regarding possible improper enrollment activities by in-housE

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groups?

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Do you know a William A.

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Burke?

I know of him.

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husband? Yes.

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And do you know if he is employed by Omni-Rx

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Health Systems or Health Care?

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No,

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hensive Planning Consultants or California Physicians Con-

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sultants?

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I have heard of that, yes.

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Have you heard of Comprehensive Planning Con-

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sultants? I have a recollection of something of that

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nature.

I will put it

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that.

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that way.

Do you have any other knowledge of what the

entity is? A.

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No,

I don't have any personal knowledge of it.

Have you ever heard of the entity California

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Physicians Consultants? 26

No.

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Have you ever met a Mr.

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Bill Green or William

Green?

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Yes. And is this gentleman a State Senator?

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affiliated or related entities? A.

No. Have you ever met a Mr. Dave Cunningham?

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Is this Dave Cunningham either a Supervisor or

City Councilman for Los Angeles? A.

I think he is a City Councilman. Have you ever seen him at Omni-Rx related fa-

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gentlemen. Are you familiar with Omni-Rx attempting to secure a Federal HMO Proposal Certification or loan? O

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I know of it.

And 'do you know if Mr. Burke has had any involve-

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I'm not familiar with it.

I know nothing of that. Do you know if Jackie Carrie Wilkinson has

had any involvement with that? L.

I don't know any Jackie Carrie Wilkinson.

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proposal? A

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Omni-Rx Systems.

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I know nothing about that.

by a State elected or appointed official or civil servant?

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set up initially on a code

basis with regard to what kind of patient it is; for example, fee-for-service as compared to PHP, as compared to Workers Compensation? A

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There is a code number for each type of patient,

yes. If a patient were to come in initially as a prepaid patient and then at some time later come in with regard to a lawsuit, would he receive a new chart, based on the fact that this was now a legal-medical problem as compared to just a PHP problem?

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Is this by you or a physician's assistant?

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through the medical history that he was a PHP patient before, and now he is in for this medical-legal problem, would you, if you saw a blank chart otherwise, would you request that

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the medical record section see if there was a previous chart set up for him? A.

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with the full prior history if he is in for one specific reason now? A

I take the history from the patient.

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is any medical reason that I would need a documented record, I would request it, whether it be from a prepaid or hospital .1

or another doctor or what have you. But not in all cases would you request iny other charts that might be on this patient within the sy ten as a normal course of business? A

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that it had something to do w 4 &1 the patient's medical

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Mr. Richelson]

If hypothetically I came

in with a broken foot, and I indicated to you in my medical history that I had been into the clinic three or four times for routine physical examinations, and I had no allergies, no reactions to penicillin, and I was not a diabetic, and I was just the classic person that we have coming in for a broken foot, then you would have no reason to call for the second chart? L

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Can we go off the record here?

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what procedures are used with regard to billing when a

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So you have no idea how charts are reconciled

or any of that?

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on partnership agreements, I sign mine.

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are done? L

Now, what activities? That your consultation is required on.

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is required and what is nct required. You did sign a written agreement as a partner-

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If we were to request it, would you be willing

to make that available for us? .

Certainly. MR.

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statement that you would like to make, we will have the

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record open for you now to do so. MR.

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situations and proposals for the group, and we have other

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arrangements, as any other medical group may have.

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Generally,

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Okay.

the depositions are required to be

signed in front of the notary who took the deposition, but the Department would have no objection to any notary, Mr.

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So stipulated.

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I, JULIE C. GOSNELL, CSR NO. 2943, a notary public for the County of Los Angeles, State of California, certify: That the foregoing deposition of DR. ROBERT M.

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HIGGINBOTHAM was taken before me pursuant to Subpoena, at

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the time and place herein set forth, at which time the

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witness was put on oath by Mr. Richelson; That the testimony of the witness, and all objections

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When in the course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; that whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. 'Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience has shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security. Such has been the patient sufferance of these colonies; and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former systems of government. ... We, therefore, the representatives of the United States of America, in general congress assembled, appealing to the Supreme Judge of the World for the rectitude of our intentions, do, in the name and by authority of the good people of these colonies, solemnly publish and declare, that these United Colonies are, and of right ought to be, free and independent States; . . . and that as free and independent States, they have f ull power to levy war, conclude peace, and do all other acts and things which independent States may of right do. And for the support of this Declaration, with firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor. . -. We, the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquillity, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessing of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

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BEFORE TILE DEPARTMENT OF CORPORATION~S OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 32294 In

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Deposition of

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County of Los Angeles, State of California, at

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Los Angeles, California, on Tuesday, November 9,

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1976, at 1:45 p.m., pursuant to Subpoena.

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taken before Julie Kamens,

a notary public in and for the

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MARK RICHELSON, ESQ. 600 South Commonwealth Avenue 16th Floor Los Angeles, California 90005 739-2492

For Dr. Scott:

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EXAMINATION

WITNESS DR. CRANFORD SCOTT

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RICHELSON:

This is

a deposition in

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of an examination and investigation of Omni-Rx Health Care,

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Inc.

To be

deposed is Dr. Cranford Scott. Dr. Scott is present,

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attorney, Mark A.

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Corporations is

Los Angeles,

Today's date is

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Corporations Counsel,

Commonwealth Avenue,

his

Present for the Department of Mark Richelson.

We are located at the 16th Floor,

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Resnik.

also present is

600 South

California.

November 9.

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is

approximately

1:45 p.m. Dr. Scott, if

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you would raise your right hand.

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You do solemnly swear the evidence and testimony you shall

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give shall be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the

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truth so help you God?

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MR.

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I do. My nam

is Mark Resnik.

I aira an

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attorney and I am here today representing Dr. Scott as his

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counsel pursuant to his request.

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Health Systems as its house counsel and am appearing here on Dr.

Scott's behalf with the consent of the company. MR.

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RICHELSON:

But you are not appearing here

for the company?

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I am employed by Omni-Rx

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RESNIK:

MR.

RICHELSON:

I am not appearing on behalf of the

company. Thank you,

Mr.

Resnik.

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DR.

called as a witness

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by the Department of Corporations of the State of California, being first 101

duly sworn, was examined

and testified as follows:

EXAMINATION BY MR.

RICHELSON: Scott, could you please state your full

SDr. name? to

My full name is Cranford, C-r-a-n-f-o-r-d,

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LaVern, L-a-V-e-r-n, Scott, S-c-o-t-t.

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And you are a doctor?

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I am a medical physician.

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And you are Board certified?

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I am Board certified in internal medicine. we have your home address,

SCould A Angeles,

please?

My home address is 3883 South Cloverdale, Los California, 90008.

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And if we could have your home phone number?

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293-9266,

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And if

area code 213.

we could have your business address.

My business address is

12714 South Avalon

Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, 90061. number there is Q

777-8385.

Could you state your present position with Omni-

Rx Health Care, A

The telephone

Inc.?

I am employed

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not employed --

I have a

contract to provide medical services as an internist, and

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also function in

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Director of the Omni-Rx Health Care Incorporated. Now,

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Inc. is

of the total Health Care,

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As well as Av-El?

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Your offices are located at Av-EI?

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When did you first

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I was first

become employed or und er

employed just as a physician,

as a physician September ist, a

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contract to Omni-Rx Health Care?

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of just of the Av-El Clinic?

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are you the mevdical director of Omni-Rx

of the Av-El Clinic as well as of Health Care,

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have you been

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was given a title '74,

I was primarily a physician.

I init ially

of medical director of Av-El someti me in

I really don't remember the exact time in

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Dr. Scott, are you familiar with a man by the

name of Joe Thompson? A.

Yes.

Joe Thompson,

sure.

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Could you tell me how you know Joe Thompsc n?

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at my babysitter's.

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I met him professionally in March or April of lie was introduced by me as a potential

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administrator of Av-E1 Medical Center.

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And did Mr. Thompson ever become hired by Av-El?

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Do you remember the position he originally held?

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He was initially an interim administrator, and

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three or four months later he was given the title as

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Administrator of Av-El.

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details, but with regard to management and operations of the

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clinic in itself I felt that he fell short in that capacity. you have any part in his hiring, any function

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in his hiring?

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With regard to interviewing him and introducing

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him to the other physicians and saying,-"Yes, we will go with

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him."

Yes, if that's what you call --

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Do you need anybody else's approval to hire him? I don't think so.

I didn't like to think that

I did. In other words,

you did not have to refer the

matter to Mr. Newell or anybody from corporate headquarters?

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corporate headquarters to us to say that he could work at Av-El. Is

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decision? .

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Did you make the decision to terminate him?

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appraisal of his work. Did you make any recommendation to anybody to v.a

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terminate him or

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You say, "partially" do you know who else had

a hand in determining that Mr. Thompson be terminated? A

The final order came from the corporate office,

the people that were in charge with regard to making that .

final decision was myself and Harry Standers who was the president of Omni-Rx Health Care.

You probably know his

name. .

Are you familiar with a Mr. Roy Hollins? I am familiar with Roy Hollins.

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Yes.

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And what is Mr. Hollins' position with Omni-Rx?

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He is Assistant Vice President in Omni-Rx Health

Systems and also he is administrator of Av-El. Q

Did he take over administration of Av-El after

Mr. Thompson left? A.

For a brief period of time until we got Nate

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administrator with regard to the day-to-day operations, Wilson was really actually running the clinic from an administrative point of view. Q

Hollins

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became administrator of Av-El? A. U

Pardon me? So we have got Joe Thompson leaving,

Nate Wilson

more or less taking over for the day-to-day operation A

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and then I would assume

that Mr.

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Hollins was

just kind of overseeing?

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Right.

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At any time has Mr. Hollins'

functions ever gone

back to being administrator of Av-El? x this year.

Yes.

When was it?

Sometime in September of

I can't remember the dates, mid-September,

thing like that.

some-

Nate Wilson was moved to marketing and

Hollins came back as the administrator. Do you know what job title Nate Wilson had? A.

When?

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When he moved to marketing.

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Director of Community Relations and Marketing

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Before Roy Hollins became assistant vice

president of Systems was he just the administrator of Av-El? 4-

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Hollins working on

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Yes.

Preparing one or supervising one, super-

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Have you ever heard of Mr.

a Family Planning proposal?

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to grants which would be beneficial to the area up there.

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of '73 1 think part of Mr. Hollins' responsibility was to get

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I1 some grants with regard to Family Planning or with regards

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can't recall that far back.

I assume it was.

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I really don't remember. Ltf

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sorry. Have you ever heard of a' Drug Abuse program? A.

Yes. Would Mr. Hollins have worked or supervised on

that program? L.

He had some dealings with that,, exactly what

capacity I really don't know. OL Just to clear up for the record. the Family Planning proposal,

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We talked about

did you indicate that you knew

he had some relationship to it, or did you indicate you knew what his relationship was to it? A.

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To the best of my recollection with regard t%-o the

Family Planning Mr.

Hollins made contact with people that he

knew who had some expertise with regard to writing the propose 0r

Now, with regard to participating in the writing of the

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proposal,

Does that answer

I do not know how far he went.

your question? Q. That answers my question.

Have-you heard of the

Health Manpower program?. 0-

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I have heard the wording around.

I heard the

proposal turning around,, but as to any knowledge of who had some dealings with it,

or whether it

who was running it

ever written,. I do not know. OL To your knowledge,

was

, has Mr. Hollins indicated

to Plan officials or to Systems officials that if

he was

not promoted they would have serious trouble receiving funding under those grants? A.

To my knowledge, no.

Would you just repeat that

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I am just awed.

again?

I mean, the answer is t!he same,

I am sure, but just repeat that so I can have an indelible impression of that statement. MR.

RICHELSON:

I think there is something both

you and Mr. Resnik should understand. question it

When I ask you a

does not necessarily mean that I am imputing it

to be a fact. MR.

RESNIK:

Is

it

to impute that somebody has

told you that it might be a fact? MR.

RICHELSON:

I just don't want anything to

come out of this deposition, for people to think of something 0

that would be libelous or slanderous, because we are just asking the questions in an effort to obtain information. [By Mr. Richelson]

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Are you familiar with a

Mr. William A. Burke?

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Q.

Yes. And is he the director of New Business Developmen

for Omni-Rx? L

That's his correct title.

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Had he at one time been the marketing director

or executing director of Oinni-Rx? .

That's correct. Do you know when Mr. Burke was first employed

by Omni-Rx in regard to his marketing function? A

Sometime in '75.

I really can't say.

With regard to the exact date

It was sometime when the State said

that we had to have in-house marketing.

We went out and

started to find someone to come in and do in-house marketing,

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so sometime after June of '75,

that's about the best I can

give you with regard to that. Do you know if

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Burke was associated with

Mr.

Omni.-Rx before that? If he was,

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I don't know.

I didn't meet him

until after he came there. Do you know how much Mr. Burke was paid for hi

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work on an HMO Proposal? x

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No.

're you implying he got paid for that?

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don't know.

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I am asking the question.

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I don't know.

Have you ever heard information that Mr.

Burke

may have received $50,000 for his work on the federal HMO Proposal? No, I haven't. Have you ever been approached by any of the employees of the Plan, or its

directors or officials with

regard to making campaign contributions to political figures? L

Employees of the Plan --

I'm sorry.

I donwt

understand. SOkay. standings.

Let's start with a couple of under-

When I say, "Plan" a lot of times I am going to

mean Systems as well as the Plan. Have any of the directors of Health Care or Health Systems, have they ever approached you about making donations to political figures? L

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Not directly.

If

I may give you some insight as

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No money from

given to political contribqtions.

We have a partnership which does make political contributions

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our business manager is responsible for such contributions. 4

What would the partnership name be?

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Imperial West Medical Group. And who would the business manager be?

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Merv Newell.

Q

And are you a member of the Imperial West Medical

Group partnership?

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Yes, I am.

Q.

Is that something different than the entity,

Imperial West Medical, Group that is

a clinic that is

one

of the Omni-Rx providers? A

Would you restate that, please.

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There is

and that is

an entity that provides medical services

Imperial West Medical Group; is

A.

Right.

Q

Is

that correct?

that the same partnership that makes the

political contributions? A

Yes.

Q.

Now,

That is is

correct.

your employment contract

--

who is

your

employment contract with? x

I have an employment contract,

I am a member of

Imperial West Medical Group. O

You are a member of the partnership?

A

Yes.

my association,

I am a member of the partnership and that's I guess, with the Group. 0- It.,:

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Medical Director.

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You are Medical Director of Health Care?

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Right.

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Right.

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And you perform services at Av-El Medical Clinic?

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And at Imperial West.

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Imperial West?

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But you are not the actual medical director of

There is

no medical director there.

I function

with regard to resolving any medical problems that may arise

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out of there.

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Would you know if

any of the doctors who are

18

affiliated with Omni-Rx Health Care or Health Systems have made political contributions, excluding any contributions

19

made by Imperial West?

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Director of Av-El?

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Group and as a partner of Imperial West Medical Group you have the title of director of-I forgot the exact term.

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I am sure you wouldn't know

if one of your attorneys made political contributions to

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someone else, so why should I? And are doctors Koch,

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Dickstein and Marcovitz

partners in Imperial West?

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A.

Are they partners in --

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Imperial West Medical Group.

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Yes.

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Q

Have you ever met a Gary Bachelor?

That's right.

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Gary?

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And was he at any. time employed by Omni-Rx?

A.

He has not been physically employed per se,

and whether he was on a contracting service, I really don't know.

He has done work with regard to -- whether that was

as an employee or as a consultant, 9

I think it

was probably

as a consultant and that may have been indirectly through someone else. O

Do you know if

he has worked on any of the

proposals I mentioned previously? L U (00

I think that he had done some work with regard

to the Family Planning. O

he had done any work with

Would you know if

regard to the others? 0

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no.

To my knowledge,

I would not know.

And have you ever met or do you know an Ernest

Pre ace ly? L

I do know Earnest Preacely.

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And do. you know him from your work at Omni-Px

Health Care or Av-El? .

I have met him and treated him as a patient at

Av-EI Medical Center. Q

Do you know if

Mr.

Preacely has consulted or

the writing or securing of

been employed by Omni-Rx in grants? A.

To my knowledge, Do you know if

no.

Mr.

I did not know.

Preacely is

a friend of Mr.

Hollins?

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see me as a patient, so I assume that he knows them. Does Mr. Preacely make daily visits to Mr.

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Hollins? A

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know.

Av-El? Second and third.

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Second and third? As well as the first.

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The part where you would be working at

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It's

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Three and a half, four days a week.

Q.

So if Mr. Hollins were to visit, let's say in

the morni ng, would you probably have occasion to see him? Mr. Hollins? L

Excuse me.

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a.

Yes.

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Q.

And you say that 4L the last

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office

normally in a week?

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Hollins'

And how much time do you spend at Av-El,

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on the third floor where Mr.

--

is.

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floor at

Are the medical facilities on the first

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I haven't seen him myself in four to five

do not months and whetier Hollins has seen him since that I

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I have

seen him in Mr. Hollins'

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Mr. Preacely.

I would have occasion to see him. four or five months

you have not seen him? A.

No. Are you familiar with a Mr.

Dave Cunningham?

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He is

a councilman for the district where I

live. Cunningham if

Would you recognize Mr.

you saw

him? x

Sure.

I rode the plane with him to San Francisco

last Saturday. Q

Have you ever seen Mr.

Cunningham at Av-EI or

any of the offices of Onni-Rx Health Care or Health Systems? A.

I saw him at Sidney Ware's

I sure haven't.

political dinner.

I just saw him on Saturday,

I told you,

on a PSA flight to San Francisco. C

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Do you know if

Mr.

Cunningham had been involved

any of the programs that I mentioned previously? A.

Not to my knowledge. •* Do you know a Mr. Bill Green?

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Bill Green.

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Yes.

A.

That's about all I know about him.

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Would you recognize him?

A.

I would not recognize him if

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Oh, Senator Bill Green?

he walked through

this door. O

Would you know if

Mr.

Green has participated in

any of the programs or proposals that I have mentioned;

the

Health Manpower, Family Planning or Drug Abuse? A.

Not to my knowledge. With regard to Mr.

I never met the man.

Bachelor, Preacely,

Cunningham

and Green, would you have any information besides what you mentioned already with regard to them performing any employmer

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services or consulting services for Omni-Rx? A.

I really don't think you mean that.

imply that those two, Green and

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--

I would like an answer, please. MR. RESNIK:

You can go ahead and answer it.

If it is no, then it is no. .

No.

If you know, you can tell him.

But why would you tie them into the same

sentence, whereas I told you that Bachelor I think was and then you are going on to say Green, the same sentence.

two in

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Cunningham and the other

[By Mr.

Besides what you mentioned

Richelson]

about Mr. Bachelor, do you have any indication that he has provided any other services,

either directly employed or

consulting for Omni-Rx?

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No.

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Besides what you mentioned,

do you have any

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knowledge or have you heard that Mr. Preacely has provided

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any services, either as an employee or as a consultant for Omni-Rx?

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A

Not to my knowledge.

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To your knowledge,

have you heard or do you know

Mr. Cunningham has provided any services or acted as

a consultant for Omni-Rx Health Care or Health Systems? &

Not to my knowledge.

Q

To your knowledge, have you heard or do you know

if Mr. Bill Green has performed any services or acted as a consultant for Oni-Rx? A

Not to my knowledge.

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When you have a prepaid patient he gets a medical

correct, when he comes into the office,

chart,

and it

is

coded as a prepaid patient? A.

Correct.

Q

Right.

A.

Correct.

.

Would it

Coded as a prepaid patient? Either a color code or a number code?

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be one or both?

They have yellow charts for prepaid patients

and they also have a code. *%

a person would come in with regard to an

If

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insurance related matter, he would get a different coded A.

correct?

chart, A

Right.

Q

And if

again it

That is correct. it

were to be Workmen's Compensation,

would be another kind of coded chart?

A

Correct.

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Now,

prepaid plan,

if

a person comes in

and he had been on the

and he comes in with regard to an insurance

C; related matter, would a new chart be set up? L

Prior to 1976,

January of 1976 yes.

Since

January 1976, no. q

So currently he would retain one chart?

A

Currently he would have one chart.

SThough

a new chart was set up, when you saw the

patient were you given both charts? A

You mean prior to 1976?

Q.

Prior to 1976.

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1975.

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1 can't remember instances where such

has occurred with me, but I would think if

the physician,

just thinking as a doctor, he would probably want to see the other chart to see what the problem was as well as the new problem.

As from actual experiences,

I cannot recall such

I had such instance I am sure

at this time, but I am sure if I would request both charts. QL Now,

it

was my understanding that the charts

come from a room where all the charts are kept, correct? 06 L

A.

Medical records.

Right.

When you finish using your chart, what do you %A

do with the chart; do you put it

in

a basket or what?

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A.

I put it

in

My secretary and my nurse

a basket.

order the charts and they send it back to medical records. QL Now, when it

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know if A.

gets to medical records,

do you

those charts are filed together or filed separately? I really don't know.

I think that they would3

probably be filed separately with some note in with regard to saying there is January of '76,

as of now,

the chart

another chart, prior to 1975.

there is

no such filing.

And you say you think that there would be a note in the insurance chart that there was a prepaid chart also? AL

That is correct.

Q.

Now, in a situation like we have postulated,

where there is

an insurance chart and a prepaid chart, do

you know under which chart the Plan would bill? A.

I really don't know.

how that billing was done.*

I have no knowledge as to

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to how the billing was done? Probably somebody in the billing office,

A.

since I have been there

I am trying to think who would know,

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long enough prior to that time, we have a large turnover

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of employees and I am trying to think who was there at that

7

period of time.

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Is

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there a lady by the name of Hawthorne?

Who?

A

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SHawthorne?

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after January.

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She works there, but she started to work

Yes.

She hasn't been there long enough.

When did you start performing services at

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Imperial West?

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A.

I have been doing it on an on-call basis to

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cover physicians,

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basis it

is

I guess for the last year.

On a regular

since Septerber.

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O.

And how often do you spend now at Imperial?

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A.

Wednesdays. And at Imperial West have you ever met somebody

20 21 22

named Margaret Walker? L

Yes.

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Margaret Walker?

A .

I do not know a Margaret Walker. Do you know a Marcie Walker?

26

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I do not know a Marcie Walker.

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Or a Shirley Elizabeth Walker?

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those three names who works at corporate headquarters or

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at Av-E I? Marcie Walker,

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Shirley Elizabeth Walker --

sorry.

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any of the facilities that I have worked at. Okay.

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I'm

I do not recall meeting that named individual at

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there was a lady by any of

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Thank you.

Are you familiar with a

lady named Arlene James Pruitt? I know Miss Pruitt.

Sure.

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Yes.

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What is her function?

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She works as a social worker at Av-E1 Medical

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facility.

13

Q.

Do you know when she was hired?

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A.

Sometime in

Q.

Now, do you know if she was hired because there

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'75.

I really don't remember the

date.

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was a vacant position after somebody had been terminated

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or a position was created and she initially filled it?

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The state was requiring that we have a social

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time due to the size of our group,

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worker at this point in

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and we found someone to fill

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When you say the state was requiring it,

Q

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our state requirements.

sent some kind of a written notice to the Plan? No.

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They hadn't sent any written notice,

but

talking with our contract manager and saying that new

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in

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I.M.S.

27

going to be a new need for such.

28

they

Regulations had come out in July of '75,

Q.

And this contract manager was Mr.

there was

Ruiz?

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And he indicated that you would need one?

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He did not specifically tell me, "Dr. Scott,

you wiLl need a social worker."

He was saying that in the

I.M.S. Regulations that were coming out there would probably be a need for a social worker. And to the best of your recollection, did he to somebody at corporati

make that statement to you, or was it headquarters? L MA

Probably someone at corporate headquarters,

he di

not talk to me specifically.

Q.

Would that probably be Miss Callender or Mr.

Newe 1? .

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Probably Miss Callender. Did you have any duties with regard to the hiring

of Miss Pruitt? (C (;C

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No.

Q.

Did you sit

A.

No.

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Do you know how many people were interviewed for

in on her interview?

that position? A

I do not know.

That was before I got involved

with regard to hiring employees. 7

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Are you familiar with an entity called the Group

Six Investment Club? I have heard the term,

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I am familiar with it.

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Yes. Are you familiar with an entity called, Las

Vegas Ranch Club?

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No.

Q.

Are you familiar with 11616 South Hawthorne

Boulevard Association?

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No.

Q.

Now,

AL

That is Is

A. is

the Group Six is

correct, to my knowledge.

Yes.

this a partnership? it

I don't know if

investment,

an investment club?

is

a partnership per se,

it

something like a prospectus entity with

regard to going out and finding possible investments for an

the physicians of Imperial West Medical Group. who are members of Group Six?

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I really don't know.

You really should talk to

our business manager about that. Q

And is

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That is

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And is

that Mr. Newell? correct. Mr. Newell involved with the administratio

of Group Six? A

I would think so, he is the --

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Do you know if Group Six Investment makes

yes.

contributions to political candidates? A

I do not know.

I am sure Mr. Newell can answer

those questions for you.

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Group Six Investment has any

relationship to a Las Vegas Ranch Club?

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ignorant of any inquiries that you may have into that. OL Have you heard of Group Six investing in

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trailer park in A.

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If

was before I got there.

I am not a

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or trailer park in Las Vegas.

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entity was prior to my coming there and prior to me becoming

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a member of Imperial West Medical Group partnership. a.

any ranch club

They may have, because this

When did you become a member of the Imperial

A.

January of '75. Q. At the same time that you had become a member of

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I would have no interest in

West Medical Group partnership?

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Group Six?

Is

A. No.

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OL When did you become a member of Group Six? A.

I would assume sometime around September of this

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Q.

September of '76?

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Yes.

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so, it

part of this.

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Las Vegas or Clark County, Nevada?

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a

year.

Now, whether there were any transactions

21

prior to that time, which includes some Las Vegas Ranch

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Club,

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me aware of it.

I am unaware of.

you have some information,

make

I would like to know.

Are you consulted about the financial dealings

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If

of Group Six? k.

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this year.

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No.

Like I say,

I just became a member as of

I was just offered to join into an investment

September of this year,

this is

my first

time so any

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Group Six has

At this time do you know if somebody who manages their funds or if

the members themselves

do the managing? & .

I really don't know.

You should speak to Mr.

Newell about that.

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Upon joining, do you have to pay an entrance fee

or put up any money to join?

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I didn't in September of '76,

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Have you made any contributions?

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No.

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Do you know if

no.

at any time any of the members

have had to make contributions to the fund?

Na.

A.

No. MR.

RESNIK:

THE WITNESS: Q.

[By Mr.

They haven't or you don't know. I don't know.

Richelson]

Do you know if

either Health

Systems or Health Care employs a lobbiest in either Sacrament or in Washington, A

D.C.?

I know of one in Sacramento who is

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Who would that be?

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Mr.

Washington, Q

Paul Brown.

I know of no lobbiest in

D. C. Do you know if

any of the officers or directors

of Systems has contacted any elected officials, or appointed

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officials, or civil servant officials who have the ability

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to make decisions with regard to pending state contracts,

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pending federal applications or T.N.E. computations? What's T.N.E.?

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Tangible Net Equity.

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I have no knowledge of such.

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Are you familiar with the disenrollment procedure.

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of the Health Plan? Yes.

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speak to a specific person who has a job function --

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We have a disenrolling counselor,

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And does this counsel then take,

yes. write a dis-

enrollment form for them? That is

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correct.

Do people who have a grievance see the same

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person?

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a grievance and do not wish to disenroll --

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you asking? I am asking you if

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Plan with a grievance,

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enrollment counselor?

just

now, what are

you were to come into the

as an enrollee, would I see the dis-

You would see the disenrollment counselor,

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and

addition you would see the administrator of the clinic,

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in

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myself,

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grievance committee meeting.

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do the,

And when an enrollee attempts to disenroll,

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enrollment, he is

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Correct.

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What does the disenrollment counselor do in

an effort to help decide what he wants? A

He would fill out a disenrollment form if that

is what the patient wants and then he will research the problem and invite the individual to come to me if a medical problem. t9

If

it

is

is

it

a facility problem he would

refer him to the administrator and then he will have this individual come to the grievance committee meeting. yourknowledge,

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were the disenrollment counselo

instructed to encourage people to use the grievance procedure C

instead of the disenrollment procedure? A.

Not to my knowledge.

enrollment form. AoA

They have to fill

out a dis

They have to do that, so I am unaware of

such.

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Are these disenrollment forms then submitted to

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corporate headquarters? They are sent to our 5220 office, yes. And from there to Sacramento? I assume so.

I don't follow them along that

far, but I would think so. Are you familiar with a man by the name of Prentiss Brown? Prentiss was the first disenrollment counselor that they had, Q

to my knowledge.

Do you know the reasons with regard to his

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Yes.

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And was Nate Wilson ever a disenrollment counselo

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Yes.

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Are you familiar with any problems with regard

to disenrollments not being submitted in a timely manner?

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Specifically,

no.

With regard to where it

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from, when it

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with that, and which individual was involved,

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recall.

was,

what time span,

came

I am really not familiar I can't

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The grievance procedure per se, now?

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Yes.

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yes.

I am familiar with that.

a person has a medical grievance,

will they

always see you?

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depends upon the nature of the problem.

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it

is

a GYN problem,

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if

it

is

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pediatrician.

then they may go to see the OBGYN guy,

a pediatric problem, they will talk to the

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If

this person attends the grievance committee

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meeting, will the doctor against whom the complaint is

23

made also attend? A

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Yes. ; .

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with regard to the running of the grievance

how is

the complaint put to the committee; does

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committee,

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somebody stand up and read it,

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procedure?

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or you know,

what is

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have an outsider who

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works along with the chairman of the committee,

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two of the patients in

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and myself,

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complaint,

and a secretary,

Is

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She is

and then whoever has the

Binnie Callender also on the committee? on the committee,

but she also sends her

representative most of the time now. O

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What was that name again,

Miss Callender's

secretary or assistant?

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Shirley Noyes.

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Now,

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from the administration office

the enrollee who has the complaint.

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and we have

the program who are also members,

a representative

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is

once the complaint is

read to the cornmittee,

there just a general discussion?

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No.

The patient is allowed to voice their own

16

opinions in

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give his side of the story.

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talk in

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have some other comments,

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that time.

their own words and the physician is

allowed to

The patient and the physician

front of the committee and whoever is

listening may

and then a resolution is made at

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Who makes the resolution?

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With regard to what now?

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With regard to grievances that the enrollee is

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wrong or right?

A.

Well,

the patient will say

--

well,

the whole

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group does, if the doctor is wrong then the committee says

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that the doctor is wrong.

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whether they wish to stay in

The patient has last word as to the Plan at this time.

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no longer fruitful

and you are going to another area, another complaint? L

not run that way.

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hashed out until we have some determination.

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committee meetings that last three hours.

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let's

at any time does anybody say,

Now,

vote

Are there any votes taken?

on this matter?

There are no votes,

no.

Does anybody usually make the initial recommendat

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discussion on a complaint because it

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it

is

a medical problem with regard to

connecting some deficiency or something like that. 9

Do the enrollee representatives ever make

recommendations?

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A

I'll say they do.

17

Q.

Do they voice their complaints getting a give

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and take against employee members of the Plan? L individuals.

Oh,

yes.

They are very vocal,

very independent

The two ladies that are there are very vocal.

21

Q.

How are these enrollees picked?

22

A.

They volunteer and they have been the ones who there for the last three years,

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just hung in

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faithful about it.

they have been

25

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They receive no payment from the Plan?

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Not to my knowledge they do not.

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Are you familiar with a Mr.

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Was his name Rick Akins?

Rick Akins?

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Rick Akins.

a guy named Akins.

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Are you familiar with Mr.

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Yes.

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Are you familiar with a Shirley Gray?

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Yes.

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With regard to any or all of those three, did

Freddy Santiago?

I know Freddy very well.

I know Shirley Gray.

a medical audit reveal that they were not licensed to perfor, the functions that they were performing? you.

When Mr.

Let me specify for

Santiago was originally hired was he hired

as a physician's assistant? .... m 0

He was hired as a physician's assistant to

A. function in

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that Mr.

the capacity as a history taker. To your knowledge,

did a medical audit reveal

Santiago did not have the proper state license to

act as a perceptor or physician extender or physician assistant?

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Was this made known to you?

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Yes,

it

was.

And what did you do at that point? He was given another position. allowed to function in

He was no longer

that capacity.

Q.

Do you know who hired Mr. Santiago?

A

I brought him there. Did the Plan conduct any background check to

see if

Mr. Santiago had the proper license? L

No, it didn't.

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he had the proper licensing

at that time?

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No.

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I knew that he was a Philippino physician and

I did not know,

nor did I really investigate to the point to

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see whether he was properly licensed here in the State of California to function as a physician assistant, but I hired him initially as a physician's assistant to do history taking which to my knowledge was not a real requirement of the

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State of California to have a license for such. Q

With regard to Shirley Gray was she also hired

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as a physician's assistant? A.

She was hired as a physician's assistant and she

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worked in

the capacity as a physician's assistant on the

extended perceptorship from Martin Luther King Medical Program.

She took her Board the first

time and was unsuccess

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she did not pass,

so she was relieved

of her duties as such.

Q.

During the time she was taking her first

and her second Board,

it

Board

was your understanding that she coulc

function as a physician's assistant? A

She was functioning on an extended perceptorship.

An extended perceptorship is

someone that has their required

training as a physician's assistant and they are allowed to take the Boards and they are given what is

fitted to be

an interim license until they have passed the Board and then

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they are released and they work indelndently with their

2

license. And are you familiar with a Mr. Rick Akins?

3

Q. 4

Yes. And was he also working as a physician's

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assistant? No.

8

Are you familiar with a Doris Taylor?

9

Yes. What is her position?

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A. Q.

Did she ever work in an extended perceptorship?

13

She did her intern ship with me.

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QL

17

To my knowledge,

no.

She did an internship,

and

then shE took her Boards and she passed them. And while she did her internship was it

18 19

To your knowledge was she ever working for Av-E1

wi thout proper certification or licensing?

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She is my physician's assistant.

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He only worked as a phlebotaist.

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permissi [ble to work in the capacity that she was? ,

20

Yes.

21

Are you familiar with a pharmacist by the name

22

of Gardr er? Yes.

23

Q. 24 25

I know a pharmacist named Gardner.

Was he at one time a pharmacist provider for

the Hea th Plan?

26

Yes.

27

Have you ever received any complaints regarding

28

Mr.

Gar dner

according to the following type of factual I

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situation: is V

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A patient is

given a prescription,

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the prescriptici

called into the pharmacy, when the patient reaches the

pharmacy the patient is

informed that the prescription has

been picked up by somebody else? I am unaware of that. Have you heard of any complaints or grievances

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regarding patients receiving improperly filled prescriptions from the Gardner Pharmacy? I am unaware of that also.

A.

Have you received any complaints with regard to the Gardner Pharmacy? The complaints I got were from emergency room

A.

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prescriptions with regard to patients who would be given LI'

prescriptions at night and the pharmacy was closed and they I got

couldn't get their medication until the next day. those complaints. tI

O

That doesn't involve the Gardner Pharmacy,

A

Yes.

does

it? This was when we were using him at night.

Another complaint was that he would have a tape recorder where you would call in the prescriptions and the answer phone never worked so the patient never got the prescription, because apparently it

never got transcribed to-his answer

Those are the only ones I am familiar with.

phone.

SAre

you familiar with a podiatrist by the name

of Bleiberg? A

I know the name,

that's about it.

During your time at Av-El,

in

the Health Plan,

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has he been a provider? 0 10

No.

.

I am responsible for all outside referrals

and I have never referred a patient to Bleiberg. Have you ever heard of people by the name of

Q.

Fatoul, F-a-t-o-u-l and Pingree, No.

I don't know them.

Have you heard of complaints or problems regardir

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enrollments where the enrollee states that he did not fill out the enrollment form,

I really have very little

to do with marketing. At this time I would allow you to make any

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you would like to make one.

statement if L9 I",

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not his?

that the signature is

I am unaware of that.

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P-i-n-g-r-e-e?

MR.

Do you want to add anything with

RESNIK:

respect to any of the areas that he has asked you questions You can look at my notes if

about? if

you want to and see

you want to say anything about it. A.

I think I probably should say something with

regard to this Bleiberg. of what was written in August of '76,

I know the name.

the paper in

I am aware

July of '76

and in

which was very well expounded in the San

Francisco Chronicle paper with regard to Mr. Bleiberg being a provider for us. Mr. Bleiberg.

I myself never referred a patient to

He saw one patient that was for toenail

clipping and he saw that patient in as a follow-up once in March of '74. and '75.

December of '73,

and

The year may be '74

Since I became medical director we have not used

Mr. Bleiberg and that was* the only patient that Mr. Bleiberg

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saw for toenail clipping. MR.

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Although I have no further

RICHELSON:

questions at this time, I would like you to understand that the Department considers that the Subpoena is in

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who took the deposition.

-Mr.

RESNIK:

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MR.

RICHELSON:

10 16 11

in

effect

front of the notary

Resnik?

Stipulate to any notary.

MR.

tl

signed in

the deposition is

8 9

still

case we do have to call you back for further questioning.

Generally,

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Thank you.

In

that case,

we

will close the deposition at 2:45 p.m. [At 2:45 p.m. the deposition was concluded.]

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said deposition,

the witness in

the afore-

for his examination;

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by him, and any changes he desired to make were

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the foregoing deposition was submitted to

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Thereafter the deposition was signed by DR. CRANFORD SCOTT before me.

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I, Julie Kamens, CSR No. 2987, a notary public in and for the County of Los Angeles, State of California,

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certify: That the foregoing deposition of DR.

CRANFORD SCOTT

was taken before me pursuant to Subpoena at the time and place herein set forth, at which time the witness was put on oath by me; That the testimony of the witness and all objections made at the time of the examination were recorded stenographically by me and were thereafter transcribed;

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was stipulated by counsel that said deposition

may be read, corrected and signed by the witness before any notary public in and for the State of California; and

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That the foregoing deposition as typed is a true record of the testimony of the witness and all objections made at the time of the examination. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have subscribed my name and affixed my seal this 12th day of November, 1976.

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STATEMENT OF LAWRENCE HALL, M.D.

I, LAWRENCE HALL, M.D., was associated with Imperial West Medical Group from March 1975 until January 1977. I have never been a partner in Imperial West Medical Group. I never authorized Imperial West Medical Group to make any ~political campaign contributions in my name, and I was not informed that Imperial West Medical Group had made such contriN

butions at any time prior to February 2, 1977. DATED: February _._, 1977.

LAWRENCE HALL, M.D.

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STATEMENT OF ANITHA MITCHELL, M.D.

I. ANITHA MITCHELL, M.D., became associated with Imperial West Medical Group on or about August 1, 1974.1 have never authorized a political campaign contribution in my name by Imperial West Medical Group either before or after the fact.

I was not aware that any contributions were made

in my name until I received a letter from the Jimmy Carter N

campaign thanking me for my contribution.

I do not recall

any partners' meeting of Imperial West Medical Group where the partners decided to make any political campaign contribution.

DATED:

February

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1977.

AITH

MITCHELL, M.D.

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STATEMENT OF KENNETH GEIGER, M.D. I, KENNETH GEIGER, M.D., have been associated with Imperial West Medical Group since October 1, 1973.

From that

date to the present, I have never authorized the making of any political campaign contribution in my name by Imperial West Medical Group.

I was not informed at any time prior

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my name. I have never received any accounting from Imperial West Medical Group or any other source regarding expenses incurred by Imperial West on my account. DATED:

February

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STATEMENT OF BARNETT GRLER,

JR.,

M.D.

I, BARNETT GRIER, JR., M.D., was associated with Imperial West Medical Group from January 1974 until September 30,

1976.

I have never

authorized the making of any political campaign contribution in my name by Imperial West Medical Group. had been made in my name.

I was never informed that any contribution

I have never received any accounting from

Imperial West Medical Group or any other source regarding political contributions allegedly incurred by Imperial West on my account. DATED:

February .',

1977.

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