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Callaway Investigation #488196

NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 09, 1976
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(Studio) Chairperson Interior subcommittee , Floyd Haskell, demands Agriculture Secretary Earl Butz explain his role in helping Howard "Bo" Callaway expand Colorado ski resort. Butz denies involvement; leaves for overseas trip.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Ex-Callaway campaign worker, deputy Agriculture Secretary Richard Ashworth, says Callaway argued for resort expansion on his last day as army secretary [ASHWORTh - says Callaway talked of what he'd like with regard to expansion.] [HASKELL - asks how soon Callaway wanted expansion.] [ASHWORTH - says as soon as decision could be made.] [Assoc. chief, Forest Service, Rexford RESLER - describes meeting] Call away present; to testify Mom.
REPORTER: James Polk

Chancellor, John;
Polk, James

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