03847A-14192: Watergate: Affidavits

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. ARIZONA

James F. Wymore (Arson)

2. CALIFORNIA

Richard L. Schultz (Easton literature) Truman F. Campbell (Demonstration) I.W. Dewey Clower (Leaflets) Michael B. Heller (Harrassment) Byron S. James (Demonstration) John C. Lundgren, M.D. (Break-in) Paul R. Toland (Photographs)

3. FLORIDA

Shelton A. Thorne (Demonstration)

4. GEORGIA

George N. Bishop, Jr. (Demonstration) David J. Funderburg (Photographs) Mrs. John Harkins (Demonstration) Linda Miller (Demonstration)

5. ILLINOIS

Merritt R. Laubenheimer, Jr. (Demonstration)

6. MAINE

Alexander C. Ray (Demonstration)

7. MARYLAND

Samuel Hopkins (Vandalism ) Joann Rogers Niefeld (Dirty Trick)

8. MASSACHUSETTS

George Collins (Photographs) Myer Ostroff (Photographs) Daniel M. Durand (Demonstration) Gregory Gallagher (Demonstration) Raymond N. Tuller (Demonstration)

9. MINNESOTA

Arthur J. Stock (Voting Irregularities) Chester A. Oman (Break-in)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS (Cont.)

10. NEW HAMPSHIRE

Arthur C. Egan, Jr. (Bombing) Donald F. Glennon (Bombing)

11. NEW MEXICO

Paula E. Maloy (Attempted Arson) Willard Lewis (Vandalism)

12. NEW YORK

William Kapps (Demonstrations)

13. OHIO

Robert I. Hislop, Jr. (Demonstrations) Ella Carol Jacques (Break-ins) Michael Raoul-Duval (Demonstration)

14. OKLAHOMA

Richard J. Bigda (Demonstration) Merrill R. Jacobs (Demonstration) Jim Rodriguez (Demonstration)

15. PENNSYLVANIA

Samuel R. Caltagirone (Gunshot) Jack Moore (Illegal Mailings)

16. TEXAS

George Willeford, Jr., M.D. (Arson)

17. WEST VIRGINIA

Howard P. Roycroft (Demonstration)

18. WASHINGTON, D.C.

Richard M. Cohen (Spy) Toni B. Greenwood (Demonstration) Robert C. Odle, Jr. (General Overview)

19. WYOMING

David B. Kennedy (Demonstration)

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[sideways in left margin RAWLINS, ELLIS, BURRUS & KIEWIT ATTORNEYS AT LAW PHOENIX, ARIZONA 85073 SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA 85251]

STATE OF ARIZONA ) ss. County of Maricopa )

A F F I D A V I T

COMES NOW JAMES F. WYMORE, who being first duly sworn upon his oath, deposes and says:

That he is, and at all times mentioned herein was, the Executive Director of the State Committee of the Republican Party in the State of Arizona and, as such, he know the following facts:

That during the campaign of 1972, the State Committee of the Republican Party in Arizona and the Committee to Reelect the President established a joint campaign headquarters at 333 West Indian School Road in the City of Phoenix, State of Arizona.

That early in the morning on Friday, September 29, 1972, this combined headquarters was totally destroyed by fire with damage to the building estimated at at least $100,000.00, and an estimated damage to the contents owned by the Committee to Reelect and by the State Committee to be a total of no less than $20,000.00.

That on Thursday, September 28, 1972, the State Committee had received a warning from the Republican National Committee Headquarters alerting the State Committee to take necessary security precautions at its headquarters to avert possible disruptions and/or protests. That the State Committee did not have time in which to comply with that warning prior to the destruction of its headquarters.

An extensive and exhaustive investigation of the fire was conducted by the Arson Squad of the Phoenix Police Department, the Phoenix Fire Marshal, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. No arrests have been made.

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[sideways in left margin RAWLINS, ELLIS, BURRUS & KIEWIT ATTORNEYS AT LAW PHOENIX, ARIZONA 85073 SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA 85251]

That as a result of the fire, a mailing being prepared by the State Committee was destroyed and office equipment, records and files were also destroyed.

Property, files and records belonging to individual candidates which were located in the building were also destroyed.

The State Committee incurred costs of moving and establishing a new location, which costs are estimated to be $5,000.00. As a result of the destruction and the opening of a new headquarters, the State Committee and the Committee to Reelect were out of operation for approximately ten days.

That the newspaper clippings and photographs from the Arizona Republic and the Phoenix Gazette are essentially true and accurate, and the photographs do depict the scene of the fire as of Friday, September 29, 1972.

James F. Wymore

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO before me this 22nd day of October, 1973.

Jus. N. Allen Notary Public

My Commission Expires: 2/23/77

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