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Urban Homeless #281552

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Dec 11, 1982
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Lesley Stahl

(Baltimore, Maryland) Problems arising from incring. number of urban unemployed and homeless with onslaught of winter examined; Edward Reinisch cited as example [WIFE and REINISCH - recall walking sts. with children.] [MD emergency aide spokesperson Gladys HARRIS - notes problem faced by newly unemployed.] [Salvation Army spokesperson Peggy VICK - is concerned about families exposed to winter weather.] [Eviction Prevention director Jim DAVID - notes impact on those who have never experienced homelessness or poverty.] [Shelter director Greg HUNTER - comments on family's inability to help relatives.] [Sister JOSANNA - cites increase in number served daily.] United States Conf. of Mayors recalled asking for emergency federal aid. [Baltimore Mayor William Donald SCHAEFER - thinks private charities will shoulder burden.] [Representative Bruce VENTO - comments on congress efforts to aid homeless this- winter.]
REPORTER: Eric Engberg

Engberg, Eric;
Stahl, Lesley

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