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(Studio) Los Angeles "Times" reports Clifford Irving and research aide have admitted they have never met Howard Hughes, whose alleged biography they wrote. New York "Times" says Robert Kirsch, book reviewer for L.A. "Times", told a class he and Irving were collaborating on a Hughes biography.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith
(NYC) [IRVING - denies Kirsch involvement in Hughes book affair.] [EDITH IRVING - says incident really hasn't put much strain on her family life.] [IRVING - would prefer to be in Ibiza, Spain, than in public spotlight.]
REPORTER: John Johnson
(Studio) County Grand jury in New York investigates Irving case, and heard testimony from handwriting expert who claims fraud involved in Hughes book incident.
- Johnson, John;
- Smith, Howard K.
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