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Marlowe Family #232609

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 25, 1974
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(Studio) Tom Marlowe family revisited after many gifts received following 1st CBS report
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Jefferson City, Tennessee) Marlowe family attends Christmas party given by anti-poverty program. [Tom MARLOWE - says he used money sent by CBS for necessities.] [Mabel MARLOWE - says she used money well.] Marlowes now live in mobile home. Marlowes react to new home. [Judge Jack Roy ALEXANDER - says Marlowe family removed from welfare and food stamp list.] [Mrs. MARLOWE - say's she's upset by removal from welfare lists.] Many townspeople resent money being sent to Marlowes. [Mgr., county welfare department Cade SEXTON - discusses townspeople's feelings.] [MARLOWE - says he's received much criticism.] [Welfare department homemaker Shirley ARNOLD - thinks Marlowes independent.] [U. of Tennessee Dr. Gideon FRYER - discusses effect money has on Marlowes.]
REPORTER: David Dick

Dick, David;
Mudd, Roger

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