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Justice Department and International Telephone and Telegraph #19667

ABC Evening News for Friday, Mar 10, 1972
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(Studio) Columnist Jack Anderson testifies before Senate committee hearings on Justice Department ITT (International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation) affair, that former Attorney General John Mitchell knew of ITT's contrIbution to Republican party though he denies it.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Denver, Colorado) Mrs. Beard suffers from chest pains at Rocky Mtn. Osteopathic Hospital. Meets with attorney David Fleming. [FLEMING - says Mrs. Beard anxious to testify, to deny rumors with regard to ITT controversy. She says there was K never a deal promising ITT (International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation) favorable treatment by administration in exchange for pledge to Republican national convention in San Diego by Sheraton Hotel subsidiary of ITT. Denies that Mitchell told her of Nixon interest in case.

Smith, Howard K.

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