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Economy / Health Care / Food Giveaways #82601

ABC Evening News for Monday, Feb 14, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Houston, Texas) Efforts of city's physicians to provide health care for recession victims examined. [Dr. Joel REED - is concerned about temporary recession-distressed patient.] [Dr. Jorge PINERA - notes patient's embarrassment over lack of money for treatment.] Med. and pharmaceutical societies noted seeking vols. from their mbrs.; details given.
REPORTER: Dennis Troute

(Los Angeles, California) Major food giveaways here by federal government and Ecumencial Coalition of Concerned Americans (ECCA) examined; films shown, details of each program outlined. [ECCA president Russell LEE - notes extent of hunger in region.] Mary Anne and Joe Zamora's plight cited as example [Mary Anne ZAMORA - acknowledges difficulty.] ECCA said aiming to eliminate hunger in city by 1984 Olympics.
REPORTER: Stephen Geer

Geer, Stephen;
Reynolds, Frank;
Troute, Dennis

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