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MORE GROUPS JOIN BOYCOTT OF GREAT WESTERN OVER WILSON INITIATIVE; MILLIONS OF DOLLARS TRANSFERRED

 MORE GROUPS JOIN BOYCOTT OF GREAT WESTERN OVER WILSON INITIATIVE;
 MILLIONS OF DOLLARS TRANSFERRED
 EVENT: State and local employee organizations, representing
 half a million people, will join other members of the
 "No on Wilson Initiative Coalition" in announcing an
 expanded boycott of Great Western Financial Corp. A
 new total as to how much money individuals have
 withdrawn since the boycott began in April will also
 be announced.
 DATE: Tuesday, June 16, 1992
 TIME: 10 a.m.
 LOCATION: In front of Great Western Bank,
 1300 21st Street (21st and Capitol)
 Sacramento
 INFORMATION: Participants include the California State Employees
 Association, The American Association of School
 Employees, the California Congress of Seniors and the
 Service Employees International Union.
 CONTACT: Pat McConahay of the California State Employees Association, 916-326-4379.
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