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Strikes / Teachers / GE #3029

ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 17, 1969
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(Studio) Denver, Colorado teachers strike for higher pay. General Electric Company strike in 4th week.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Pittsfield, Massachusetts) Town is 1-Company town. Picket lines shown. [Director Chamber of Commerce Fredrick RUBIN - says anyone in business affected by strike.] Christmas business not as good. [Dodge Dealer Stanley SHAPIRO - says national ad. on new cars just peaked, and we won't get value of it.] Pickets get $24 week strike pay. [Restaurant Owner Angelo BALARDINI - talks of laying off some employees.] Strike may last long time.
REPORTER: Jim Burnes

Burnes, Jim;
Smith, Howard K.

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