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Coal Strike Developments #497839

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 12, 1978
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(Studio) Coal strike negotiations said recessed, as Taft-Hartley deadline approaches.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(DC) Film of negotiations shown. [Mine operator Nicholas CAMICIA (Central Intelligence Agency) - announces talk progress.] [UMW (United Mine Workers of America, International Union) president Arnold MILLER - says participation of miners in negotiations is helpful.] Other details noted.
REPORTER: Jackson Bain

(Muhlenberg Cnty., Kentucky) Film of mining operation shown. Information about Muhlenberg Cnty., Kentucky, coal industry given. Harold Anderson family filmed, featured. [ANDERSON - speaks of risks of mining; family needs.] Cedar Grove Baptist Church service filmed. [Church MEMBER - says with regard to return to work, he will if most will.] [2nd MAN - will try to go to work, but won't cross picket line.] Question whether miners will return to work under Taft-Hartley considered.
REPORTER: Jim Ruddle

Bain, Jackson;
Ruddle, Jim;
Savitch, Jessica

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