NBC Evening News for Wednesday, May 25, 1983
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(Studio) Senator Aging Committee reported beginning hearing on life-care communities.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(DC) Threat to future of life-care systems such as that operated by Quakers, in which Doris Schwartz lives, examined; opposite fate of Helen Bishop noted. [SCHWARTZ - cites psychological security of home.] Impact of fraudulent home operators and contractors on system discussed; cases in Pennsylvania and Alabama cited as exs. [FTC spokesperson Patricia BAILEY - notes Christian Services International's lack of affiliation with any religious body.] Christian Services International director Ken. Burg said indicted in Alabama on fraud and theft chgs; lack of regulation for life-care communities mentioned.
REPORTER: Susan Peterson
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