CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 31, 1972
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(Studio) Senate Commerce Subcommittee investigating truth in advertising, hears testimony from 11-yr.-old Florida school girl, Dawn Kurth.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(DC) Dawn reports on circulating questionnaires to school children in Brevard County, Florida. 70% indicated they asked mothers to buy products advertised on TV, sometimes just for free gift inside. [Dawn KURTH - advocates truthful ads. Cites some misleading commercials. Indicates danger in treating vitamins like candy instead of warning seriousness of drugs. ]
REPORTER: Tony Sargent
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