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CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 02, 1991
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Richard Roth) Splitting of the telephone area codes featured; scenes shown; details given of depletion of America's reserve of telephone numbers. [Pacific Bell Craig WATTS, Bell communications research Ronald CONNERS - comment.] [Chester, New Jersey, resident William COGGERS - says he has two area codes in his house.] Controversy over split area codes in California detailed. [Beverly Hills, California, chamber of commerce Bill BOYD, merchant Fred HAYMAN, University of California, Berkeley, Alan DUNDES - comment on the changes.]

Roth, Richard;
Smith, Harry

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