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New York City Aid / House / Poll / Bankruptcy #480679

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 06, 1975
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(Studio) Speaker House Carl Albert says not enough votes to pass loan guarantees for NYC. NBC telephone results are: 52% want federal aid for NYC; 69% think bankruptcy to hurt national economy; 85% care about NYC; 51% want federal aid for own city. Report on those who act as though city already bankrupt.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(NYC) Times Square sign says "New York will survive." Many schools didn't get supply of canned vegetables. Supplier won't deliver unless he gets cash. Milk deliveries may stop soon. [Milk whsler. Steven KLEINMAN - says must pay farmers 8 days after recing. milk.] [Auto dealer Nathan KOEPPEL - says told to be patient and wait for money for police cars.] Company furnishing Yankee Stadium with seats worries about getting paid. Bankers and busmen. meet to discuss avoiding default. [MAN - says odds no better than 5-10% (at avoiding default).]
REPORTER: Robert Hager

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Hager, Robert
Duration:
00:02:50

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