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Timber Sale Contracts #273844

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 15, 1981
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(Studio) Louisiana Pacific Lumber Company's losses said illustrating financial problems arising from interest rates for hsing.-related loans; United States Forest Service reported extending timber contracts in response.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Prineville, OR) Inflation's impact on Prineville examined; films shown. [Sawmill operator Stan LEONARD notes severity of town's economic problem.] [Kayo LUKKASSON - comments on slump in hsing. industry] [Roy HALE describes impact on his family.] [Julia HALE - agrees with husband.] Efforts of local sawmills to cope with dilemma examined. [Western Wood Products Association spokesperson William KIRTLAND - comments.]
REPORTER: Linda Douglass

Douglass, Linda;
Rather, Dan

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