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Truckers Protest #264653

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 26, 1979
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(Studio) Effect of continuing truckers strike on food industry cited; situation in Massachusetts examined. Films shown. Effects of strike on United States Gypsum Company in Shoals, IN, reported.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite (WSMW-TV newsfilm)

(Schuyler, Nebraska) Econ. impact of strike in Midwest outlined; Nebraska cited as ex [Nebraska Job Service William WEEKLY - comments.] Support for truckers despite effect on local economy noted. [Schuyler, Nebraska, Mayor Jeff POKORNY - comments.] [Omaha stkyards. By PHILLIPS - comments.] Green Bay situation stated.
REPORTER: Bob Faw (WBAY-TV newsfilm)

Cronkite, Walter;
Faw, Bob

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