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Economy / Unemployment / Ohio #480685

NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 07, 1975
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(Studio) Unemployment up in October by 0.3% bringing overall figure to 8.6%. 8 million look for jobs; 85.4 million have them.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Cleveland, Ohio) Lee Banks unemployed for 10 mos. [BANKS - describes frustration of job seeking.] He sold shoes for 18 years until laid off. [Store OWNER - says laid Banks off because business slow.] He gets $68 week unemployment but only has 3 weeks left. His wife works for dry cleaning co. and makes $25 day. Banks eats bologna and drinks Kool-Aid for dinner. [BANKS - says must be break somewhere.]
REPORTER: Scott Osborne

Chancellor, John;
Osborne, Scott

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