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Florida / Jail Food Operations #286990

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Oct 15, 1983
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(Studio) Launch of space shuttle Columbia mentioned postponed.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Titusville, Florida) Efforts to round up wild pigs near Cape Canaveral due to United States Air Force complaints and to use pork for county jail inmates examined. [INMATE - notes lack of quantity.] [Sheriff Jake MILLER - wants to utilize all available food resources.] Jail's other sources of food, incl. poached deer and fish discussed. [MILLER - feels public wants inmates to earn keep.] Miller said running food operations to defuse tension in jail due to overcrowding. [MILLER - notes lack of violence among inmates participating in program.] [Inmate Nathaniel McCRAE - prefers fishing to sitting in cell.] [INMATE - feels work is helping him.]
REPORTER: Wyatt Andrews

Andrews, Wyatt;
Schieffer, Bob

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