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(Studio) New York City garbage strike ends. All, incling. 3000 laid off, back at work. State and city representatives give New York City $300 million more in taxing power. Firemen protest layoffs by calling in sick.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(NYC) People in poor districts set fire to uncollected garbage. Firemen busy. Sts. blocked with garbage. Younger garbage workers didn't want to go back to work unless promised no more layoffs. [MAN - calls for vote against going back.] [2ND MAN - says not going back to clean up city only to be fired again.] Older workers begin work. Garbage scattered by workers themselves cleaned up.
REPORTER: Richard Hunt
- Chancellor, John;
- Hunt, Richard
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