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  1. U.S. Ambassador to Thailand (1978-1983); U.S. Ambassador to Turkey (1989-1991)
  2. U.S. Representative from Washington (1965-1977); Secretary of Transportation (1977-1979); U.S. Senator from Washington (1987-1993)
  3. Former Director of the FBI (for 8 days: February 15-23, 1978); Associate Director until May 11, 1979. Born December 21, 1926 in Corsicana, Texas
  4. Governor of Idaho (1971-77 and 1987-95); Secretary of the Interior (1977-81)
  5. Governor of Florida (1971-79); U.S. Trade Representative (1979-81)
  6. Chief of Staff under Gov. Ernest Vandiver, judge from 1961-76, U.S. Attorney General from 1977-79
  7. Secretary of Agriculture (1977-81); US Representative from Minnesota (1970-1977)
  8. Secretary of the Treasury (1977-1979)
  9. libearian of congress writer historian
  10. Hal Brown  (2)
    Male Voice Over Talent
  11. Secretary of Defense 1977-81
  12. National Security advisor to Jimmy Carter from 1977 to 1981
  13. Governor of Arizona (1975-77); U.S. Ambassador to El Salvador (1964?68); Bolivia (1968?69); Argentina (1977-80)
  14. Governor of Ohio (1983-91)
  15. Businesswoman; former U.S. Ambassador to Belgium (1977-1981). Born: 12/01/1919
  16. U.S. Secretary of State (1993-97)
  17. U.S. Attorney General (1979-81)
  18. Former Senator from Georgia (1996-2003)
  19. A top assistant to President Jimmy Carter
  20. EPA Administrator (1977-81)
  21. Founded, US watchdog group,'The Lawyers Committe for Civil Rights Under Law'
  22. Secretary of Energy (1979-1981)
  23. Mayor of Portland, Oregon (1973-79); U.S. Secretary of Transportation (1979-81); Governor of Oregon (1987-91)
  24. Supreme Allied Commander Europe (1974-1979); Secretary of State (1981-1982)
  25. Cabinet Member from President Carter's Administration
  26. Former US Amabassador to the United Nations (1999-2001)
  27. Secretary of Education 1977-1981
  28. White House Chief of Staff to President Carter (1979-80)
  29. Secretary of Commerce 1980-1981
  30. First Female Secretary of Commerce 1977-1979
  31. Former Director of the Office of Management and the Budget (1977)
  32. Secretary of Housing & Urban Development (1979-1981)
  33. White House Counsel under Jimmy Carter
  34. Former Governor of Wisconsin (1971-1977)
  35. Congressman/Senator from Montana, Ambassador to Japan, one of the last living US WWI Navy veterans. Gave one of the eulogies at JFK's funeral. Born 1903, Died 2001
  36. Former Secretary of the Air Force and a former Deputy Administrator of NASA
  37. Former Secretary of the Air Force and a former Deputy Administrator of NASA
  38. United States Secretary of Labor (1977-1981)
  39. U.S. Senator from Wyoming (1959-1977)
  40. Former US Ambassador to the United Nations (1977-1979)
  41. Director of the Office of Management & Budget (1977-81)
  42. secretary of the treasury carter
  43. Vice President of The United States (1977-1981), 1984 Democratic Presidential Nominee
  44. Governor of Maine (1955-59); U.S. Senator from Maine (1959-80); U.S. Secretary of State (1980-81)
  45. David Newsom  (2)
    Former Ambassador to Libya 1965-69, Indonesia 1974-1977 and Philippines 1977-78
  46. U.S. Delegate from Washington DC to the U.S. Congress
  47. Speaker of the House of Representatives (1977-86)
  48. Women's Rights Activist
  49. White House Press Secretary for President Carter (1977-1981)
  50. Former Secretary of the Air Force
  51. Former Surgeon General 1977-1981
  52. Governor of Puerto Rico (1977-85)
  53. Flight scientist, Kennedy Space Center Director
  54. Former Secretary of Defense under President Nixon
  55. Secretary of Treasury under Nixon, U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame Contributor
  56. Former Ambassador and Diplomat
  57. Former Director of the CIA (1977-1981)
  58. Secretary of State 1977-1980
  59. Chairman of the Federal Reserve (1979-1987)
  60. White House Chief of Staff to President Carter (1980-81)
  61. Jack Watson  (2)
    Radio Dispatcher for Dallas County Sheriff's Dept. on Nov. 22. Following the assassination he relayed info. from the Dallas Police Dept. and co-ordinated movement of the Deputy Sheriffs
  62. Director of the FBI (1978-1987); Director of the CIA (1987-1991)
  63. Governor of South Carolina (1971-75)
  64. Director of CIA 1993-95
  65. U.S. Representative from Georgia (1973-77); U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (1977-79); Mayor of Atlanta, Georgia (1982-90)