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Protests / Indian / Traveling Salesmen #54775

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 18, 1978
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(Studio) Indian protesters' meeting with Representative John Cunningham, who is sponsor of bill Indians oppose, detailed; film shown. Details of bill given, include planned closing of Bureau of Indian Affairs. Washington, DC protest of traveling salesmen about certain legislature reported Salesman Frank Zorn's participation in march noted.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Dayton, Ohio) Details about Zorn's business given as example of traveling salesmen's plight if proposed gasoline rationing plan is put into effect without provisions for them. [ZORN - describes business Is only asking for right to make living.] Concerns about effect of tax reform measures on salesmen detailed. [ZORN - describes his type of "3 martini lunch"] Salary of traveling apparel salesman stated; is noted that Census Bureau hasn't listed occupation as a job category since 1930. Zorn's home in Dayton, Ohio, mentioned. [ZORN - holds telephone conversation; tells other person he's in Columbus.]
REPORTER: Bob Brown

Reporter(s):
Brown, Bob;
Reynolds, Frank
Duration:
00:03:10

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