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Texas-Oklahoma / Economy Conds. #318374

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jan 08, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Studio: Dan Rather) North Oklahoma economy featured. Phillips Petroleum reported announcing more layoffs. [Phillips Petroleum Company spokesperson Dan HARRISON - comments on situation.] 1987 oil collapse reported blamed for layoffs. Econ. conds. of Dallas and Houston, Texas, discussed; details given, scenes shown. [Homebuilder Fredrick ROACH - discusses foreclosures.] [Former Texas governor John CONNALLY - comments on losing all possessions.] Texas heart surgeon Denton Cooley noted filing for bankruptcy. Billy Bob's, world's largest night club, reported closing in Fort Worth, Texas. Nellie Connally shown indicating which items movers could take. [Nellie CONNALLY - comments on losing everything.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Computer company reported choosing Texas as site for new industry

Rather, Dan

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