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Economy / Steel Industry / Miners #281692

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Dec 19, 1982
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(Studio) Effect of steel industry cutbacks on miners in Iron Range of Minnesota noted.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Eveleth, Minnesota) Charity hockey game between unemployed miners of Minnesota and Sudbury, Canada, reported organized in response to low food rations at area distribution centers. Econ. conditions in Eveleth, Minnesota, described. [PEOPLE - comment.] Situation for unemployed miner pete piesik cited. [PIESIK - wouldn't ordinarily have to come for free food.] [Cnty. cmnsr. Tom ANZELC - describes results of unemployment in area.] Bus. leaders reported to believe Reagan administration has begun efforts toward recovery. [Ind. bureau spokesperson Al FRANCE - comments.] Concerns of union leaders cited. [UMW spokesperson Bob BRATULICH - comments.]
REPORTER: Derrick Blakely

Blakely, Derrick;
Dean, Morton

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