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Strikes / Railroad Workers / Teachers / Students #55902

ABC Evening News for Friday, Sep 29, 1978
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(Studio) Judge Aubrey Robinson's restraining order in railroad strike, sending strikers back to work and protecting them from being fired due to walkout, noted.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Studio) Contd. effects of strike detailed. Conditions at Quaker Oats plant in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, noted. Grain storage problems in Topeka, Kansas, Mill and Elevator and General Motors Corporation layoffs in California and Ohio reported Seattle teachers' return to jobs and continued strike by those in Tacoma, WA, and Cleveland, Ohio, stated. Student strike in Collinsville, Illinois, outside Saint Louis, in protest of suspended Christmas and Easter vacations detailed; suspensions due to earlier teachers' strike noted.
REPORTER: Max Robinson (KTVI newstape)

Reynolds, Frank;
Robinson, Max

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