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Hiss / Bar / Massachusetts #484718

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 07, 1975
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(Studio) Alger Hiss was imprisoned for perjury. House Un-Am Activities Committee with Richard Nixon as member accused him of sending secrets to USSR .

(Boston, Massachusetts) Hiss, 70, disbarred 23 years ago. Massachusetts supreme court readmits Hiss to bar. 1st Massachusetts disbarred attorney to be readmitted. [HISS - grateful to be member of Massachusetts bar again and to his attys. Thanks clerk of court, John Powers, for his statement.] He's stationery salesman; to try for New York bar.
REPORTER: Tom Hooten Artist: David Omar White

Hart, John;
Hooten, Tom

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