CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 13, 1982
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(Studio) Unemployment in West Virginia and Dakotas noted lower than rest of nation; response to Michigan job position with Kingsway stores detailed. Films shown.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Charlotte, North Carolina) Unemployment for blacks and black teenagers examined in detail. [WOMAN - needs job.] President Reagan's idea for summer jobs for youth recalled. [Pvt. Ind. Council spokesperson Melvyn LABOVITZ - notes private sector's situation.] [Ken. PINCKNEY - hopes for job.] [Belk Stores spokesperson Ray KILLIAN - cites fewer available jobs.] [PINCKNEY - comments on effort to find job.] [Employment council spokesperson Bob PURSON - notes dilemma faced by blacks.] [PINCKNEY - comments.]
REPORTER: Ed Rabel
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