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Segment 3 (Inflation and The Poor) #500727

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 21, 1978
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(Studio) Continue series on inflation and the poor with regard to situation of young girl named Mary Nell Mundy.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Union Springs, Alabama) Situation of Mary Nell Mundy, who is senior in Bullock Cnty., Alabama, school system described as example of situation of many school children and their families around Union Springs, Alabama. Mundy's lifestyle detailed. Mary Nell's day at school, include free, fed.-provided meals, contrasted to that of parents, Horace and Mobilia Mundy. [Mrs. MUNDY - describes meaning of inflation. States wishes and hopes for getting out of poverty. Doesn't know how to try harder.] Lisa Mundy mentioned.
REPORTER: Tom Pettit

Chancellor, John;
Pettit, Tom

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