NBC Evening News for Friday, May 12, 1972
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(Studio) Michigan primary to be held next Tuesday
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Dearborn, Michigan) Louis Keleman, auto assembly line worker, an example of why rising cost of living is a big issue in Michigan primary. [Mrs. Juanita KELEMAN - despairs of high food costs.] [Louis KELEMAN -avenue$140 a week take home pay, with $20 left after house pmt. and food.] Busing said not as impt. as cost of living. Org. labor leaders try to stop Alabama Governor George Wallace in Michigan, tell workers McGovern or Humphrey will help economy more. Laborers feel Wallace best expresses their anger.
REPORTER: Douglas Kiker
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