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Coal Ind. / Strike #247362

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 10, 1976
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(Studio) Many United States newspapers carry full page ads urging end to coal miners' strike. Ads placed by coal operators associate which representatives 75% of mines shut down by strike. UMW (United Mine Workers of America, International Union) president also calls for end to strike.
REPORTER: Charles Collingwood

(Richwood, West Virginia) UMW (United Mine Workers of America, International Union) President Arnold Miller meeting with miners in West Virginia, telling them he's going to end strike. [MILLER - says miners cannot become lawless.] Miners don't cross picket lines, but those at Richwood, West Virginia, want to return to work. [Arlie ADDINGTON - says he feels some just trying to break up UMW.] [David SMITH - says he's been ready to go back for 3 weeks] Miners chase out-of-town man from local union headquarters; man promoting harder line in strike.
REPORTER: Nelson Benton

Benton, Nelson;
Collingwood, Charles

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