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No B-1 / Reaction #494330

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 30, 1977
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(Studio) Congress conservatives hope money can be left in defense appropriation bill now under consideration; Democratic leaders mostly on President's side.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Support for President comes from Senators George McGovern and Robert Byrd. [BYRD - believes decision based on analysis of facts and Congress will support it.] [McGOVERN - says issue shows necessity of Congmen. and public making views known.] Opposition is sharp, especially from representative of district where planes were to be built. [Representative Robert DORNAN - says USSR celebrates.] [Senator Barry GOLDWATER - says it's sign of weak President] [Senator John TOWER - says it was poor judgement.] House has passed bill with funds for bomber, so Senator must make move to strike it.
REPORTER: Catherine Mackin

(Studio) Companies affected by decision include GE, Bendix, Goodrich, Goodyear, LTV, Sperry-Rand, Cutler-Hammer, Incorporated, Singer and Rockwell International
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Los Angeles, California) Report on effect of decision to Rockwell; most layoffs will be in Los Angeles area. [Bomber division president Bastian HELLO - estimates number of layoffs.]

Chancellor, John;
Mackin, Catherine;
Neal, Roy

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