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Meat Boycott #25592

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 03, 1973
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(Studio) Meat boycott having impact.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(NYC) Meat sales off as much as 50% in NYC. [Butcher Harry OPPENHEIMER - says sales off 50%.] [Supermarket owner Alfred BLUMENTHAL - says meat sales down 50%. Meat department personnel cut to 2 people.]
REPORTER: Gregory Jackson

(Atlanta, Georgia) Chicken prices up because of increased demand. [Vice President Cagle's Incorporated James EVANS - says if demand keeps going up for chicken so will prices.]
REPORTER: David Snell

(Studio) Agriculture Secretary Earl Butz comments on meat boycott.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(DC) [BUTZ - says farmers get little of meat dollar. Shoppers drove prices up.]
REPORTER: Herbert Kaplow

Jackson, Gregory;
Kaplow, Herbert;
Smith, Howard K.;
Snell, David

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