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Jamestown, New York / Recession Recovery #272341

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 02, 1980
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(Studio) Report with regard to Jamestown, New York, introduced
REPORTER: Ed Bradley

(Jamestown, New York) Recovery of Jamestown, New York, from local recession of `60's described. [Machinist union Joe MASON - comments with regard to working with businesses.] [Jamestown Mayor Steven CARLSON - talks about reduction in no. of strikes.] [Dahlstrom Corporation President Hal BOLTON - talks about earlybird contract settlements.] [Hope' s Windows President Frank FARRELL - comments with regard to his factory workers.] [Firemen and Oilers Union Bob FRANCO - talks about current situation at Carborundum plant.
REPORTER: Jerry Landay

Bradley, Ed;
Landay, Jerry

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