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Edited Transcripts #234135

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 30, 1974
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(Studio) President sends edited transcripts to House Judiciary Committee to meet subpoena deadline. Transcripts filled with ambiguities.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(DC) Transcript of September 15, `72, conversation reviewed; meeting between former White House cnsl. John Dean and President
REPORTER: Daniel Schorr

(DC) Transcript of March 13 conversation between Dean and President reviewed. Conversation involves witnesses appearing before Watergate grand jury, incling. Hugh Sloan, Herbert Kalmbach, H.R. Haldeman, Gordon Strachan, Dwight Chapin,Gordon Liddy.
REPORTER: Fred Graham

(DC) March 21 conversation transcript outlined. Haldeman, John Ehrlichman, Dean and President present to discuss Howard Hunt, hush money and clemency.
REPORTER: Daniel Schorr

(DC) Transcripts of April 16, 1973, conversations reviewed. Conversation ctrd. around explaining Watergate to public. At critical spots, transcripts report words inaudible; complaints already begin on Capitol Hill.
REPORTER: Fred Graham

(DC) Throughout transcripts, hundreds of deletions occur. Ex. of transcript made unintelligible by deletions is March 27, `73, tape involving Presidents John Dean and Ronald Ziegler.
REPORTER: Phil Jones

Cronkite, Walter;
Graham, Fred;
Jones, Phil;
Schorr, Daniel

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