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Seattle, Washington / The Working Poor #319057

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 24, 1988
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Census Bureau's figs. given with regard to those who work but remain below poverty line. Report introduced.

(Seattle, WA: Bob McNamara) Plight of Seattle's working poor featured; details given, scenes shown. [Pratical nurse Alfrieda NICHOLS - says she can't make enough money to support her children.] [Husband Mark NICHOLS - comments on situation.] Senate committee report results with regard to new jobs in US discussed. [Working mother Brenda SNYDER - comments on her situation.] [WA state hunger task force spokesperson Linda STONE - comments.] [Surgical technician Claude WALKER - comments on trying to make ends meet.] [Wife Terry WALKER - comments on money and hunger.] Impt. of food banks noted. [Public health expert Dr. Victor SIDEL, food bank coordinator Lynda FLANAGAN - comment on problem.]

Kuralt, Charles;
McNamara, Bob

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