CBS Evening News for Thursday, Aug 30, 1973
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(Studio) Incring. costs in lunch and milk programs affect school children.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(Atlanta, Georgia) Lunch prices not raised, but cuts in amts. of food and milk very noticeable. [Food service coordinator Dot SLAUSON - believes lunch program must be continued at all costs since many children receive only 1 adequate meal daily.] Ms. Slauson questioned about Atlanta hunger problem. [SLAUSON - thinks its acute.] [Georgia lunch program spokesperson Josephine MARTIN - believes lunch program to be hurt severely by rising prices and food cuts; child won't receive as nutritionally round as last year]
REPORTER: Bruce Hall
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