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Fash Strike #496643

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 15, 1978
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(Studio) Strike by nonunion steel truck drivers reported Fraternal Association of Steel Haulers (FASH) strike as Teamster drivers continue work. Violent acts noted.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) Effects of violence reported in voice-over, apparently by nonstriking driver. [Truckdriver Tom BUTLER - says independent unions need more money.] Pittsburgh incidents noted. [FASH president Bill HILL - speaks to recruit support in Buffalo.] [Ind. Truckers Association William SCHAFFER - calls FASH a dying outfit.] Some nonstriking drivers said parking rigs due to violence. Effect of strike on steel deliveries considered.
REPORTER: Jim Scott (WIIC-TV tape) (WGR-TV tape)

Chancellor, John

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