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Food Prices / Miami Elderly #230233

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 07, 1973
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(Studio) Poor feel food price rises more than anyone.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Miami, Florida) Poor and elderly in Miami forced to cut food consumption, buy substitutes, and in some cases shoplift vitamins. [Shopper Sally STEIN - says she's short on money. Won't eat meat today; eats soybeans instead. Won't ask for welfare money.] [Shopper Pania NITZBURG - admits she's desperately upset over food prices.] In Miami church, Department of Health, Education and Welfare program offers 50 cents meal. [Congress of Senior Citizens spokesperson Max FRIEDSON - reports living costs for elderly skyrocket.]

Mudd, Roger;
Rabel, Ed

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