CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 18, 1979
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REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(Atlanta, Georgia) Vice President Walter Mondale noted guest speaker at ground-breaking ceremonies of Martin Luther King Center for Social Change; presence of Coretta King, Andrew Young, Henry Ford II cited Films shown. Projected cost of complex, named Freedom Hall, stated. [MONDALE - addresses crowd.] Criticism of complex in light of poverty surrounding it outlined. [Community activist Corine BROWN - says King would want poor helped.] [Urban Crisis Center spokesperson Charles KING - says a program is needed more than building] Reluctance to publicly criticize project considered.
REPORTER: Sam Ford
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