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Fla. Farm Workers #460685

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jan 31, 1972
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(Studio) United Farm Workers' Union head Caesar Chavez cousin, Manuel Chavez, in Florida to organize farm labor.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(South Bay, Florida) United Farm Workers flag, familiar to Cal. grape industry, now flying in Florida Sugar cane grower picketed as prelude to major campaign against citrus industry. [M. CHAVEZ - doesn't anticipate strikes in attempts to organize union.] Coca-Cola subsidiary, Minute Maid, does not oppose union. [Coca-Cola, William KELLY - says supervisors instructed not to take anti-union posture.]
REPORTER: Rebecca Bell

Bell, Rebecca;
Chancellor, John

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