CBS Evening News for Friday, Oct 14, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Bend, OR) Concern over rising interest rates impact on newly revived lumber ind. here examined; background to situation recalled. [Bend Millwork Company pres. Arthur POZZI - notes home builders are being cautious about future prod.] Diversification of region's industry base as defense against future econ. depression discussed. [Tektronix spokesperson Eric LANE - notes community's courting of electronic industry] Efforts to attract tourists with improved skiing facilities noted. [Mayor Sam LANGMAS - notes reluctance of people to move to area without job market] Ed and Dixie Grubbs' means of weathering depression described. [Ed and Dixie GRUBBS - will be cautious in future economy expenditures.]
REPORTER: Barry Petersen