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Auto Industry / Mining #271993

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 03, 1980
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Marquette, Michigan) Impact of auto industry slump on Marquette Cnty., Michigan, iron ore mining examined; recent closing of mines by Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company noted. [United Steelworkers spokesperson Paul GRAVEDONI - notes number of unemployed.] Cnty.'s unemployment rate noted; due to number of men laid off, union benefits said ending soon. [Cleveland-Cliffs spokesperson Gilbert DAWE - comments.] [Savings and loan official Paul MABRY - says economy stays depressed here.] [Unemployed miner Bill PHILLIPS - comments.]
REPORTER: Don Webster

Rather, Dan;
Webster, Don

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