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Cavanaugh Column #249430

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 13, 1977
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(Studio) Report on Representative John Cavanaugh's wife, Kate.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(DC) Cavanaugh is from Omaha; wife's reaction to Washington, DC society noted. Kate Cavanaugh's newspaper column for Nebraska newspaper described. [Mrs. CAVANAUGH - tells why she feels it's abnormal situation, with normal people in it.] ["Omaha Sun" editor Dave HOSOKAWA - describes column; notes conditions placed on Mrs. Cavanaugh, with regard to husband's job.] Cavanaugh children named and described. Popularity of column and notoriety it has brought her cited. [Mrs. CAVANAUGH - notes Congman. was introduced as her husband recently.] [Representative John CAVANAUGH - doesn't mind being introd. that way.] [Mrs. CAVANAUGH - loves to hear she and kids are assets to husband.] [CAVANAUGH - notes time he must spend away from family.] Recent visit by President Carter to Omaha, accompanied by Cavanaugh, and Kate's treatment of it in column noted. [HOSOKAWA - responds to question about Kate's mention of president visit.] Kate's comparison of life in Washington, DC to comedy like "I Love Lucy" television show or characters from "Mad" magazine cited.
REPORTER: Marya McLaughlin

Reporter(s):
Dean, Morton;
McLaughlin, Marya
Duration:
00:03:40

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