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Wholesale Prices / Ford / Economy Speech #29159

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 14, 1974
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(Studio) Wholesale prices jump 2.3% in October; prices 22.6% above level of one year, ago. Food, auto price increases outlined. President talks about economy in speech to National Association of Realtors.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Las Vegas, NV) [PRES. - urges American people to sacrifice for national good in coming mos.] Ford announces $300 million in federal mortgage aid to be available for home buyers. [PRES. - predicts upturn in economy before too long.]
REPORTER: Steve Bell

(Phoenix, Arizona) Ford then travels to Luke Air Force Base to show support for new fighter, F-15. President Ford to address group of journalists tonight. Expected to propose changes in 25th amendment.
REPORTER: Steve Bell

Bell, Steve;
Reasoner, Harry

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