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Daley / Chicago #33012

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 28, 1974
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(Studio) Mayor Richard Daley ill for some time.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Chicago, Illinois) [City Hall reporter Harry GOLDEN JR. - says mayor runs town by telephone.] Mayor's office unoccupied since May, after Daley had stroke, Daley shown at home. Now at vacation retreat in Michigan, Chicagoans miss Daley on TV. [DALEY - explains role of city's police force.] Daley, 72, nears end of 5th term. Shown with JFK, Edward Kennedy and Geo, McGovern. [Dep. Mayor Ken. SAIN - says looks forward to his return. Talks of his enthusiasm.] [GOLDEN - thinks Daley won't run again.] [Anti-Daley Democrat alderman Anna LANGFORD - says he's too ill to run again.] Despite absence, Daley is boss of city.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Reasoner, Harry;
Reynolds, Frank

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