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Farm Bankers #542596

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 26, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Sibley, Iowa) Impact of economy crisis among small farmers on farm bankers examined; films shown [Farmer Bob DEERES - comments on relationship with banker.] [Bankers Bill REHA, Dennis PETERSON - explain leaving town, banking, respectively.] [Mental health worker Joan BLONDELL - notes psychological impact on bankers.] [Jerry MONIER - recalls father's heart attack after foreclosure by bank; his plan to kill banker.] Murder of Minnesota bankers by destitute farmer and son recalled. [MONIER - fears someone will harm bankers.]
REPORTER: John Severson

Mudd, Roger;
Severson, John

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