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Strikes / Philadelphia / Louisville / Cleveland #258787

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 14, 1978
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(Studio) Municipal strikes in Philadelphia, Louisville and Cleveland detailed.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Cleveland, Ohio) Details of Cleveland police strike given. [Mayor Dennis KUCINICH - urges police back to job.] Reaction of townspeople and of other city employees described. [Store owner Donald CLIFFORD - believes vandalism at stores is due to lack of police protection.] Kucinich's request for National Guard in city noted. [KUCINICH - says some policemen act like hoodlums.] [Policeman Tom MAGYAR - states police position.] [Policeman David MACEJEWSKI - discusses situation.] [Policeman Roman MROZINSKI - says if mayor can break law, police can.] Cnty. judge's postponement of firing of policemen about which others had struck, reported.

Faw, Bob;
Mudd, Roger

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