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Onassis / Oil Refinery #475085

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 10, 1974
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(Studio) Billionaire Aristotle Onassis wants to build $600 million oil refinery along New Hampshire coast. Considerable opposition exists, so Onassis campaigns for refinery.
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

(Karment's Creek, New Hampshire) [ONASSIS - believes refinery won't offend environmentalists and will help produce needed oil.] Details of refinery plan outlined. Rye, New Hampshire, citizens concerned over refinery. Citizens react to refinery plans. Local people not likely to vote for refinery, but citizens afraid state may make final decision.
REPORTER: Richard Hunt

Reporter(s):
Hunt, Richard;
Kalber, Floyd
Duration:
00:03:30

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