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Cleveland / Police Strike #54700

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 13, 1978
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(Studio) Carter arrival in Europe to be reported later. Threatened Cleveland, Ohio, police strike reported, due to firing of police refusing to walk one-man patrols in public hsing. districts.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Cleveland, Ohio) (Audio loss on part of report) High crime public hsing. projects noted. Film shown. Cleveland city council said siding with police. Action of Mayor Dennis Kucinich reported [KUCINICH - believes there will be no strike.] Police union strike vote noted. [Police union MBR. - says police union to seek support of other unions.] Bankrupt condition of Cleveland noted, include financial condition of schools. Mayor-council relations said bad; Kucinich recall vote next month noted.
REPORTER: Royal Kennedy

Kennedy, Royal;
Robinson, Max

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