Briefs: Mobile Junction January 16, 2009

LE ROY STANDISH/The Daily Sentinel
THE ECONOMIC DOWNTURN has cut Robert Nichols’ wages in half, but he’s optimistic the situation can’t get any worse. Nichols gets 30 cents a pound for the cans he collects, down considerably from when he could get 70 cents a pound for his collections.



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LE ROY STANDISH/The Daily Sentinel
THE ECONOMIC DOWNTURN has cut Robert Nichols’ wages in half, but he’s optimistic the situation can’t get any worse. Nichols gets 30 cents a pound for the cans he collects, down considerably from when he could get 70 cents a pound for his collections.

Man optimistic even in leanest of times • The combined misfortunes of the world’s commodity prices have collectively cut Robert Nichols’ daily wages in…




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