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Ohio / Savings and Loan Crisis #302667

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Mar 28, 1985
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(Studio) Reopening of Cincinnati, Ohio, Oakmont savings and loan bank, closed after rumors that bank officers had withdrawn personal funds in anticipation of depositors' run, reported; details given. Ohio's savings and loan crisis stemming from collapse of Home State Savings Bank recalled.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Dayton, Ohio) Home State's depositors' continuing problems featured. [Depositor Bob WANKE - recalls initially dismissing seriousness of crisis.] Wanke's economy investment in Home State noted. [Sunday, WANKE - orgs. depositors to take action.] [WANKE - notes depositors' trust was betrayed.] [Hazel BROCK - describes her and husband Dale's predicament.] [Retiree Dorman WANGELIN - notes amount he has in Home State.] [WANKE - resents situation.]
REPORTER: Ned Potter

Potter, Ned;
Rather, Dan

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