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Hays-Ray Affair / Ohio #488465

NBC Evening News for Friday, May 28, 1976
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(Studio) Associated Press reports FBI investigating charges by Elizabeth Ray that 6 other women paid to provide sexual favors to Congmen. and their constituents. Women are or were employed by congress or federal agencies. Representative Wayne Hays visits his Ohio district. Ray says Hays paid her $14,000 year for her sexual favors. Hays says Ray paid to work, although they did have relship.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Saint Clairsville, Ohio) Hays shown at home with family.
REPORTER: Linda Ellerbee

(Steubenville, Ohio) Hays dedicates new county road Says he won't resign from Congress [Jefferson Cnty. engineer John McDEVITT - says there could be a difference if public funds used illegally.] [Cab driver Joseph SARLO - says Hays did nothing wrong; would vote for him again.] Democratic leaders discuss possible replacements for Hays, just in case.
REPORTER: Linda Ellerbee

Chancellor, John;
Ellerbee, Linda

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