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San Francisco Strikes #241546

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 20, 1975
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(Studio) San Francisco firemen to join police on strike.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(San Francisco, California) Mayor Joseph Alioto walks streets in high-crime area. Mayor's house bombed. Alioto blames kooks, not police. Hoodlums loot and break store windows. [Striking patrolman John MEEKER - says only 1 working in station is captain ] Firemen walk out tonight. Sent 1st pickets to airport. [Firemen's union John SHERRY - says we're going to shut down airport.] Airport to get fire-fighting help from elsewhere. Would cost $13 million year for police and firemens' increases
REPORTER: Terry Drinkwater (KPIX-TV)

Mudd, Roger

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