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Campbell, Ohio / Layoffs / Steel #254315

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Sep 25, 1977
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(Studio) Campbell, Ohio, in shock due to decision by Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company to cut work force by 5000. United States Labor Department considers special unemployment benefits to those 5000.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Campbell, Ohio) Town mourns company's decision. Special church services held. [Bishop James MALONE - conducts special Roman Catholic Mass.] Steel crucifix presented. Film shown. [Grocer Chester DeWITT - speaks re: situation.] Town meeting held. [Steel service technician Tony DiRIENZO - speaks of co's. insensitivity.] [MAN - advocates community ownership; recalls efforts of earlier generations.] 1st of layoffs begin tomorrow.
REPORTER: Jerry Bowen

Bowen, Jerry;
Dean, Morton

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