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March 27, 1971 - Image 7

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Saturday, March 27, 1971


Page Seven

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Frank Cormier, White House correspondent for The Associated
Press and this newspaper, gets President Nixon's attention with a
question during a presidential press conference. Cormier is one of
150 Associated Press Washington reporters, photographers and oth-
ers who get the answers to many questions daily for this newspaper.
He has been covering the nation's capital since 1954. He reported
the Washington financial beat four years and there is little he doesn't
know about the U.S..jreasury, the Securities and ExchangeCom-

mission, Budget Bureau and other government departments.
Assigned to the AP's White House staff since 1962, Cormier
knows Presidents and he knows Washington and the nation. A fam-
ily man himself, with a wife and three children, he also knows many
of the questions you want answered.
The stories by AP men and women who ask thequestions for
you every day in Washington, appear in .r..

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