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Kennedy / Energy Project #293280

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jan 15, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Boston, Massachusetts) Joe Kennedy's private energy company examined. [Arthur JONES - notes expense of home heating.] Focus of corp., aimed at aiding the poor with heating costs, explained, illustrated on screen. [Dominga WATKINS - notes importance of project to retired couples.] Kennedy mentioned son of late Robert Kennedy; criticism that his efforts are actually aimed at eventual political of c. noted. [KENNEDY - explains motives with energy corp.] [Pol. analyst John MARTILLA - considers Kennedy sincere.] Kennedy noted residing in district of Representative Gerry Studds, censured recently for his gay affair with House page. [KENNEDY - notes implications should Studds choose not to seek reelec.]
REPORTER: Steve Young

Dean, Morton;
Young, Steve

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