(Studio) 1,000's march in city where Dr. Martin Luther King died 1 year ago.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(Memphis, Tennessee) 8,000 file past Lorraine Motel and past City Hall. Reverend James Lawson acts to prevent panic when tear-gas released after group of blacks, not with orderly marchers, break windows. [LAWSON - orders crowd to stay still.] Negro youth wounded. Curfew set up. Reverend Ralph Abernathy introduces Senator Edward Kennedy. [KENNEDY - commends work of King. We've failed to keep our vows of year ago.] Abernathy calls for free food stamps, uniform national welfare program, and government price controls.
REPORTER: Ed Rabel