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Meat Prices / Boycott #469432

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 27, 1973
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(Studio) Cleveland city council declares month-long meat boycott.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Cleveland, Ohio) [Cnclman. Basil RUSSO - predicts shoppers will bring meat industry and federal government to its knees.]
REPORTER: Andy Guthrie

(Studio) Supermarket chain near Washington, DC says will close stores Saturday as protest against rising prices food.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Elburn, Illinois) John White is hog farmer. Farmers doing well this year because of higher prices. [WHITE - says farmers finally making decent profit this year]
REPORTER: Rebecca Bell

(Studio) Burglar breaks into home in Wilmington, DE, and takes 40 hamburgers and 40 steaks from freezer. Takes nothing else.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Bell, Rebecca;
Chancellor, John;
Guthrie, Andy

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