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Watergate Case / Nixon Campaigns #469945

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 25, 1973
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(Studio) E. Howard Hunt a convicted Watergate spy. Mrs. Hunt died last December in plane crash. In her purse 100 $100 bills were found. Speculation is that bills were money to pay people off to keep quiet about spying. Senate Watergate committee continues investigations.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Senate Watergate committee concentrating on how Nixon campaign committee raised money and how they spent it. Maurice Stans raised much of money. Investigators looking into allegations of a contractor that Stans, while still Secretary Commerce, vetoed multimillion dollar settlement for cost overruns 3 days after contractor refused to make campaign donation requested by Nixon attorney Herbert Kalmbach.
REPORTER: Carl Stern

(Studio) After Nixon mined North Vietnam waters, White House said calls, letters and telegrams were 6 to 1 in favor of President Washington, DC "Post" reports that perhaps 4000 telegrams were phony, sent by Republican campaign organization in Los Angeles.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Stern, Carl
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