NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 14, 1971
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(Studio) Airlines spokesperson say would suffer financial losses if $250 million Lockheed Corporation loan not approved by Congress
REPORTER: David Brinkley
(DC) [TWA spokesperson Charles C. TILLINGHAST, Junior --says if Lockheed-forced to change management, would withdraw support.] [Eastern Airlines spokesperson Floyd D. HALL - believes most traumatic thing to do to corporation would be to wipe out entire management at once.] [Senator Alan M. CRANSTON - asks if airlines would continue support of Lockheed if management partially changed.] [HALL - says would depend on what specific changes made.] [TILLINGHAST - says every change causing delay costs money.]
REPORTER: No reporter given