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NBC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 24, 1970
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(Studio) Los Angeles, California, has television campaign to get orphans parents.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Los Angeles, California) KTTV sells kids like used cars. [TV FILM SHOWN.] [MAN - describes children for adoption; says single people can adopt kids if no 2 parents found.] Program has placed 500 kids. [KTTV director Jon ROSS - says wants kids to get homes; doesn't care what public thinks of methods.] [Los Angeles Cnty. Adoptions Department Walter A. HEATH - praises show; no waiting list for parents now.] [Mrs. Paul VOYT - says fell in love with blind baby on show.] [Paul VOYT - says wanted blind baby; has other blind child.] [De Ann VOYT - says wanted baby brother; can help him learn braille.] Baby David has started to see; Voyt's adopting other child from show now.
REPORTER: Jack Perkins

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Perkins, Jack
Duration:
00:06:10

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