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Iowa National Guard Destroys Homes #20343

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 25, 1972
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(Studio) Iowa Governor Robert Ray grounds Iowa National Guard, banning planes from flying in state, to force Federal government to compensate 2/Iowa families for damage done to their homes by crashes of National Guard planes 4 years ago.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Story City, Iowa) [Marie TJERNAGEL - despairs loss of farm and Fed. hesitancy to pay damages.] (Cresco, Iowa) [Clarence MCCARVILLE and mother Emma MCCARVILLE - bitter at losing home Built with life's earnings.]
REPORTER: Lem Tucker

(Studio) Federal officials agree to pay families within a week Governor Ray lifts ban.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

Reasoner, Harry;
Tucker, Lem

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