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Jay, Maine / Strike #115159

ABC Evening News for Friday, Apr 22, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Jay, ME: Joe Bergantino) Splitting of company town Jay, ME, over strike by labor union versus International Paper Company's paper mill featured; details given, scenes shown. [Replacement worker's daughter Jennifer BRACY - says people call us scabs.] [Striker Tom OUELLETTE - says men should not cross union picket.] [Striker Tom PRATT - explains reasons for striking.] [International Paper Company spokesperson Keith LAVOIE - says company is only asking for concessions granted other paper companies around cntry.] [Striker, who became replacement worker, Darrel HOUSE - says he was not ready to give up company benefits.] Retaliation against House's home shown. [Wife Vicki HOUSE - discusses bitterness in town.] Striking union shown. [Darrel HOUSE - says it will never be same little happy town.]

Bergantino, Joe;
Jennings, Peter

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