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Amboy, Minnesota / Economy and Growth #481748

NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 14, 1975
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(Studio) Amboy, Minnesota, is rural town that refuses to die.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Amboy, Minnesota) For years, people have been leaving country to go to city. 5 years ago, Amboy seemed destined for extinction. [Merchant Lois DETHLOFF - says she and husband opened up clothing store because she didn't like seeing empty stores on Main Street] Before long, other merchants began remodeling and opening up other businesses; industry soon followed. [Appliance dealer Craig KRANZ - says if dollars kept within town, money recirculated and everyone benefits.] It's source of community pride not to buy outside Amboy. Hsing. shortage exists in Amboy. Town wants to grow but also wants to keep Amboy a small town.
REPORTER: Bob Jamieson

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Jamieson, Bob
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00:03:10

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