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Mellon Bank / Foreign Steel #291359

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 06, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) Effort of unions, clergy and city council here to boycott Mellon Bank due to its investment in foreign steel examined; films shown. [Reverend Doug. ROTH - considers bank's foreign steel investments evil.] [Bank spokesperson Craig FORD - claims ignorance as to bank's foreign investments.] Bank said later confirming allegations; controversy over Mellon's delay in foreclosure payment to laid-off steelworkers noted. [Unpaid worker George GOLIS - is bitter.] City cncl.'s support for steelworkers noted. [Rev. James VON DREELE - believes bank has image problem.]
REPORTER: Jane Wallace

Rather, Dan;
Wallace, Jane

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