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Gould-AMI said it will lay off 250 workers.

April 29, 1985

The Pocatello, Idaho, company blamed the depressed market for semiconductors. The layoffs will be divided between the headquarters plant and a facility in Santa Clara, where about 190 workers will be affected. About 1,000 employees will remain on the payroll at each of the plants, Gould-AMI said, adding that it hoped the staff cuts would position it to survive at least into 1986. It was a blow to the Pocatello area, which has lost about 4,000 jobs--primarily in manufacturing industries--over the past six years.

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