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(Studio: Dan Rather) Labor Department's unempl. figs. illustration Report introduced.
(Studio: Ray Brady) United States youth reported causing plunge in unempl. rate due to abundance of summer jobs. [President REAGAN - praises economy] Teenage unempl. figs. illustration and discussed. [Labor expert Richard BELOUS - comments on situation.] Parents in 1960's noted having fewer children, thus creating fewer job seekers. [WOMAN - comments on her choice of jobs.] Experts quoted with regard to minimum wage.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(DC: Bill Plante) [President REAGAN - refuses to commit to compensating downed Iranian airbus victims' families.] Sources quoted with regard to likelihood of Reagan's compensation plans. [White House spokesperson Marlin FITZWATER - comments on accident.] Scenes shown from Iranian television of salvage operations. Iranian leader Hashemi Rafsanjani quoted. USS Vincennes' Captain Will Rogers' memo quoted on screen. Admin. sources quoted.
- Brady, Ray;
- Plante, Bill;
- Rather, Dan
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