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Strikes / New Orleans Teachers / Postal Negotiations #500553

NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 01, 1978
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(Studio) Teachers' strikes across country reported Widening of New Orleans teachers' strike with walkout of bus drivers and mechanics stated.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(New Orleans, Louisiana) Details about New Orleans teachers' strike and their demands for more money given. [Teacher Lenox SEISS - discusses qualifications he's acquired and states salary.] Other issues involved in strike and taxpayers' attitudes stated.
REPORTER: Bob Dotson (WDSU-TV newstape, New Orleans)

(Studio) Resumption of postal negotiations between Postal Service and postal unions at Washington, DC headquarters of Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service reported Film shown. Refusal of postal union leaders' group in New York City to accept possible binding arbitration noted.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

Brokaw, Tom;
Savitch, Jessica

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