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Mayors Conference / Requests For New Administration #486491

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 08, 1976
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(Studio) At mayors conference in Chicago, mayors of big cities make proposals for aid to cities from new administration; details noted.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Chicago, Illinois) Mayors of several cities represented supported Carter and now expect him to help them. Proposals by conference noted. [Conf. president Newark, New Jersey, Mayor Kenneth GIBSON - says they want to meet with Carter and Congress to set up timetable for proposals; mayors want Carter's promise of access to President to be kept.] [Carter representative to conference Howard SAMUELS - says whole spirit of conference hopeful and constructive for cntry.] Mayors say they haven't calculated cost of programs, but expect Carter administration to be sympathetic to needs.
REPORTER: Al Johnson

Brinkley, David;
Johnson, Al

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