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Truckers' Strike #475394

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 03, 1974
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(Studio) Federal and state officials meet with truckers' representatives in Washington, DC to end protest. Violence and unemployment stem from truckers' strike.
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

(DC) Pennsylvania Governor Milton Shapp calls for meeting [SHAPP - requests truckers to begin 45-day moratorium on strike.] [Truckers' representative Leonard FLEET - says truckers won't go along with moratorium till demands met.] List of truckers' priorities reviewed.
REPORTER: Gordon Graham

(Studio) Ohio Governor John Gilligan orders National Guard to protect truckers on road. Violence and damage extensive in Ohio and Pennsylvania.
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

(Allentown, Pennsylvania) Pennsylvania National Guard protects working truckers; extra guardsmen called in. More violence expected.
REPORTER: Robert Hager

(E. Gary, IN) Strike relatively calm in Illinois. IN hit hard by truck strike. Truckers plan to stay off roads till demands met.
REPORTER: Chuck Neff

(Studio) Attorney General William Saxbe charges govs. and other state officials to stand up in truckers' controversy. Truckers' violence must be stopped.
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

Graham, Gordon;
Hager, Robert;
Kalber, Floyd;
Neff, Chuck

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