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Special Segment (Minding The Kids) #555079

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 11, 1987
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Nutley, New Jersey: Bob Abernethy) Growing problem of affordable, quality day care for working parents examined; details given, scenes shown. Related statistics outlined. [Consultant Sandra BURUD - considers situation a national crisis; calls for corporation aid.] Hoffman-La Roche's subsidized day care program cited as example [Hoffman-La Roche vice president Leonard SILVERMAN - notes benefits for companies] [Gary TRUITT - notes relationship between company's day care and his loyalty to firm.] San Francisco's requirement of downtown developers outlined. [San Francisco board of supvs. president Nancy WALKER - explains program.] [Kathy and George DYKSTRA - cite their experience.] Rosemary Lane's homecare service described. [Kathy DYKSTRA -comments.]

Abernethy, Bob;
Brokaw, Tom

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