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Street People / New York City #288090

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 20, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) New York City Christmas scenes shown. Hope and hopelessness of Christmas season featured. Contrasting scenes of affluence and want shown. [Street PEOPLE - react to questions with regard to Christmas.] [Second MAN - wants a job.] [Third MAN - says jobs are hard to find.] [SHOPPERS - react.] [In soup line, Abigail STORM - says she and husband need food for children.] Storms noted entertainment people, out of work in that field. Scenes at Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen, NYC, shown. [STANLEY - speaks of his situation.] [JEROME - speaks of writing a book.] [STORMS - sing country songs.] [JEROME - says Merry Christmas, au revoir.]
REPORTER: Bernard Goldberg

Goldberg, Bernard;
Rather, Dan

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