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Watergate Case (Contd.) #469947

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 25, 1973
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(Croton-on-Hudson, New York) Mr. O'Leary admits Nixon campaign asked him to place ad in New York "Times" and use his wife's name on it rather than name of Nixon campaign. This O'Leary did.
REPORTER: Betty Rollin

(Studio) Former Nixon campaigns have also been accused of unsavory practices.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(San Francisco, California) In 1962 Nixon campaigned unsuccessfully against Pat. Brown for governor of California. Some said campaign was dirtiest state ever saw.
REPORTER: Jack Perkins

Postcard was sent to 1/2 million Democrat voters in California, supposedly from some Democrat committee Asked for contributions to be sent to committee , but warned people not to vote Democrat Cts. later discovered postcards were actually sent by Nixon For Governor campaign. Cts. found Nixon personally approved plan. Also involved were Herbert Klein, Herbert Kalmbach, Caspar Weinberger, Maurice Stans and H.R. Haldeman. This was in 1962.

(Studio) There is no evidence Nixon is involved in Watergate case.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Perkins, Jack;
Rollin, Betty

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