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Miami Beach / Hotel Strike #244007

CBS Evening News for Monday, Dec 27, 1976
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(Studio) Strike of hotel employees in Miami Beach, Florida, spreads.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Miami Beach, Florida) Extent of strike, union demands noted. Latter incls. guaranteed tips for maids. [Owner Fontainebleau Hotel Ben NOVACK - speaks of effects if demands met.] [Local union president Herbert SCHIFFMAN - predicts hotels won't be able to operate without union employees.] [Hotel guest Pola PALMER - dislikes conditions caused by strike.] [Hotel guest Margot JACOB - calls situation a sad story.] Weather conditions also not ideal. [Hotel guest Barry GOLD - is disappointed, having come all the way from London, England.] Town's convention economy threatened.
REPORTER: Tony Sargent

Mudd, Roger;
Sargent, Tony

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