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Campaign `72 / Rich Republicans At Convention #224481

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 23, 1972
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(Studio) There have been many demonstrations this week in Miami Beach, Florida, for President Nixon. Flotilla of 85 yachts is example.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Miami Beach, Florida) Rich Republicans beat heat at convention Texas millionaire John Moran relaxes on yacht, Wild Rose, with Texas Representative Bill Archer. West Clement Stone (contributes $1 million to Nixon campaign) gives party for visiting for. diplomats on yacht, Black Hawk. Republican party at Viscaya mansion noted. At Palm Bay Club there is air of Republican equality-everybody is a millionaire. Mrs. Carling Dinkler's yacht flags spell out "Nixon now. [Club manager Curtis DeWits - says it's a fun week Notes presence of Charlton Heston, Zsa Zsa Gabor.] [Tennessee tycoon, former ambassador to Denmark, Guilford DUDLEY - says Americans aren't opposed to making money, and don't resent those who do.] Elizabeth Arden beauty salon accepts appts. from Mrs. Whitney, Mrs. Annenburg, and Mrs. Firestone, all in 1 afternoon. Pvt. jets wait to whisk rich back home in comfort.
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt

Cronkite, Walter;
Kuralt, Charles

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