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SAM J. ERVIN, JR., N.C., CHAIRMAN
HOWARD H. BAKER, JR., TENN. VICE CHAIRMAN
HERMAN E. TALMADGE, GA.
DANIEL K. INOUYE, HAWAII
JOSEPH M. MONTOYA, N. MEX.
EDWARD J. GURNEY, FLA.
LOWELL P. WEICKER, JR., CONN.
CHIEF COUNSEL AND STAFF DIRECTOR
FRED D. THOMPSON
RUFUS L. EDMISTEN
United States Senate
SELECT COMMITTEE ON
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES
(PURSUANT TO S. RES. 60, 93D CONGRESS)
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20510
To: Senator Ervin
From: Terry Lenzner
Date: March 15, 1974
Subject: Attorney-Client Privilege
Mr. Herbert Kalmbach has indicated to us that with
regard to his conversation on April 30, 1973 with Mr. Rebozo
he will object to testifying on the grounds of attorney-client
priviledge. Mr. Kalmbach alleges that he met with Mr. Rebozo
on April 30th to discuss a variety of issues including the re-
financing of the B & C Company which purchased San Clemente.
During this conversation, Mr. Rebozo stated to Mr. Kalmbach
that he wanted to discuss something with him on an attorney-
client basis and in effect he said "can we go on an attorney-
client basis now, Herb?" And Kalmbach agreed. Mr. Kalmbach,
however conceeds that he was not asked for specific legal advice
and his response basically to Mr. Rebozo was "get a lawyer".
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