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Mining / Unemployment #83611

ABC Evening News for Friday, Apr 01, 1983
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(Studio) Impact of mild winter on coal miners' unemployment rate noted.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Hazard, Kentucky) Coal industry unemployment examined; details outlined on screen. [Eli BANKS - notes unemployment among miners.] Factors affecting industry discussed; steel industry `s use of coal in 1982 cited as example Details discussed. [Kentucky mine commissioner Willard STANLEY - believes falling oil prices will hurt coal ind.] [Mine owner Charles YATES - notes industry's lack of priority in nation's economy recovery.] Gary Stacey's economy plight described. [STACEY - doesn't believe news of economy recovery.]
REPORTER: Michael Connor

Connor, Michael;
Reynolds, Frank

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