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Lip Service #251774

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 03, 1977
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(Studio) Some people berate selves for not saying appropriate thing at right time.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Tonawanda, New York) Report on business called Lip Service, created by Ed Fallis, near Buffalo, New York; he'll call people for others, to give messages others don't want to say. [FALLIS - talks to person on phone.] Details of business cited. [FALLIS - will call any place, any person, any time and say anything in any language; if message is obscene, has to ask receiver if they'll take it.] 1 call was from nurses to New York governor's office re: hospital closing; governor's office listened. [WOMAN - will see governor gets message.] Meat packer Bob Jantze wanted Ohio supplier to know prices too high. [JANTZE - (over phone) tells Fallis his message. (live) Cites reasons he used service.] [FALLIS - cites insults he's delivered.]
REPORTER: Charles Osgood

Reporter(s):
Dean, Morton;
Osgood, Charles
Duration:
00:03:20

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