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Kennecott Copper and Lark, Utah, Residents #499157

NBC Evening News for Monday, May 08, 1978
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(Studio) Kennecott Copper's decision to use its land in Lark, UT, now in use by residents of Lark, for mining and orders to residents to sell homes and move noted; earlier report on Mrs. Hilda Grabner's trip to Kennecott stkholders.' meeting in New York City detailed. Kennecott board chairperson's trip to Lark reported.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Lark, UT) Dissatisfaction of homeowners in Lark over alleged treatment by Kennecott and company's promises to residents about move detailed. [Kennecott spokesperson Robert PRATT - denies company ever told residents that they'd get nothing for homes when they moved. Describes initial meeting] [Mrs. Hilda GRABNER - says company spoke as if there was nothing; notes company now admits it played cards poorly.] Mrs. Grabner's statement that company proposal is inadequate noted.
REPORTER: Don Oliver

Brinkley, David;
Oliver, Don

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