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FASH Truckers Strike #51685

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 16, 1978
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(Studio) Limited effect on nation of truckers strike by Fraternal Association of Steel Haulers (FASH) noted. Contd. reports of violence stated. Attorney General Griffin Bell's order that FBI and United States attys. in Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey and IN investigate reported.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(No location given) Details about strike and conflicting reports about its effect on steel shipments. FASH displeasure at having to associate with Teamsters Union and in some cases have members join Teamsters in order to work noted. Report of steel companies in Gary, IN, that strike has been effective there stated. Statements from inds. depending on steel, like auto. industry, that they've not been affected so far given.
REPORTER: Julie Eckhert (WTAE newstape)

Eckhert, Julie;
Robinson, Max

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