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Inflation Beaters #481699

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 12, 1975
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(Studio) People to do most anything to cope with inflated prices.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(W. Lake, California) 40 people here by-pass supermkts. and wholesalers by buying cattle directly from rancher. This spring, about 1/2 families in United States to plant vegetable gardens to beat inflation.
REPORTER: Jack Perkins

(Burbank, California) Incring. numbers of people turn up at television game shows hoping to beat high cost of living. [Game show CONTESTANT - says she hopes to win something.] ["Hollywood Squares" show emcee Peter MARSHALL - says show gives away $20,000 if contestant goes all the way; contestants are needing money.]
REPORTER: Jack Perkins

(Daley City, California) At home of Mrs. Francis Rowe, she and friends groom their dogs, save the fur and make it into yarn. [Mrs. ROWE - say she makes lovely items from dogs' fur.] Process of making dog fur into yarn discussed. This is their way of beating inflation. Dog fur cape shown.
REPORTER: Jack Perkins

Chancellor, John;
Perkins, Jack

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