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Strikes / Cleveland Teachers / Ohio Tomato Pickers #500928

NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 08, 1978
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(Studio) Cleveland's attempt to open schools despite teachers' strike reported.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Cleveland, Ohio) School officials' failing attempts to open schools in Cleveland detailed. [Parent Jackie FREDERICK - says principal told parents to take kids home and watch television for news of situation.] [Parent Mary MARTINEZ - thinks it's unfair for children.] School board's request for back-to-work order from court mentioned.
REPORTER: Joe Mossbrook

(Studio) March on Ohio capital by disgruntled tomato pickers and raise in pay for those who stayed behind to continue work reported.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Columbus, Ohio) Details about migrant workers' strike and march on Ohio capital. Targets of complaints are canning companies, Campbell's Soup and Libby's. [Farm Labor Org. Committee spokesperson Baldemar VELASQUEZ - calls for boycott of Campbell's and Libby's.]

Brinkley, David;
Chancellor, John;
Mossbrook, Joe;
Scott, Jim

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