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Mrs. Carter / New York City Visit #249857

CBS Evening News for Monday, Dec 12, 1977
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(Studio) Mrs. Rosalynn Carter's day in NYC, visiting school in Harlem and nursing home in Greenwich Village, is subject of report
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(NYC) Details given of Mrs. Carter's visits to P.S. 180, where experimental project, Cities in School, offers social services in school instead of sending trouble children to city agencies, and to Village Nursing Home, where group called The Caring Community organized to keep home from being condemned and shut. [Mrs. CARTER - talks about effect of school social service project.] Mrs. Carter's expansion of interests from mental health to community and neighborhood focus described.
REPORTER: Lee Thornton

(Studio) Village Nursing Home occupant Marian Tanner, who is real-life model for Broadway character Auntie Mame, mentioned.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Cronkite, Walter;
Thornton, Lee

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