NBC Evening News for Friday, Jul 23, 1976
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(Studio) Representative Allan Howe found guilty of trying to obtain services of 2 police decoy prostitutes. He'll run for reelection.
REPORTER: David Brinkley
(Salt Lake City, UT) Mrs. Howe and 4 of 5 children with Howe in court Prosecutor Phillip Palmer summarizes case against Howe. Defense attorney Dean Mitchell pleads for innocent verdict. Mitchell says Howe will appeal. [HOWE - says he is disapptd.] [Marlene HOWE - says disapptd. but will appeal.] [HOWE - says he'll run for reelection.] Howe fined $150.
REPORTER: George Lewis
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