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Waterloo, Iowa G/V people waling down street and going into station
C/U's going through doors
Interior shot - people coming through doors and down corridor showing tickets to collector
Cut to interior shot of convention hall - people sitting at tables - members ???hinists union
C/U's delegates listening to speaker C/U speaker
G/V convention hall and people
C/U female delegate with Kennedy badge on dress
President of Iowa AFCLIO, Mr Jim Wingert, talking with reporter
C/U Jim Wingert
Cut to meeting breaking up
C/U 2nd delegate
C/U 3rd delegate
Cut to reporter in front of indicator board in foyer of convention hall
Commentary:"Among the doubters are many working men and women in Iowa who were not watching the President ride down the river - they were going to work as usual this Monday morning. President Carter needs the support of organised labour in this state but he's losing it to Ted Kennedy"
Commentary:"Today almost everyone round here was wearing Kennedy buttons - including the President of Iowa AFCLIO who's angry about Mr Carter's voluntary 9% wage guidelines"
Wingert:"They're phoney guidelines because that makes every employer a super-patriot, and all they can say is 'We'd love to give you more money;the President says we can't give you any???
Delegate:"Why Kennedy? Because I feel he is our only answer right now"
Delegate: "I think Carter's forgot us - he doesn't seem to relate to labour any more"
Delegate:"Jimmy floats down the river - the workers are up the creek"
Reporter:"President Carter may be getting a warm reception from Iowans on the banks of the Mississippi, but he's getting nothing but a cold shoulder from labour leaders meeting here"
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