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President Transition #63140

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 19, 1980
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(Studio) Vice President-elect.George Bush noted going to wrong address for meeting with regard to CIA and president transition process today; details given, film shown.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(DC) Demand for the "plum book," government's publication "Policy and Supporting Positions", by job hunters examined. [PEOPLE - claim they're buying book for others.] No. of copies bought by Ronald Reagan noted.
REPORTER: Ann Compton

(DC) Employment situation in Washington, DC with new administration examined; details outlined on screen. [Department Agriculture congress liaison Elin PELTZ - comments.] Tenuousness of Peltz's job noted. [PELTZ - comments.] [Secretary Agriculture Bob BERGLAND - comments on own employment insec.] Employment statistics for specific ofcs. discussed, outlined on screen. Jimmy Carter's championing of Reform Act and legislature's implications for Reagan mentioned.
REPORTER: Charles Gibson

Compton, Ann;
Gibson, Charles;
Reynolds, Frank

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