CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 02, 1977
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(Studio) Warmer temperatures in many areas today noted; forecast, though, is for more snow from Kentucky through northe. on Thursday with temperatures about normal. In Buffalo, New York, Mayor Stan Makowski says he's had to beg for outside help in city's fight for life.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(Buffalo, New York) New York City lends Buffalo snow equipment and Army troops help clean snow. Downtown opening up again, but some areas still snowed in. [MAN - says they're lucky to get out and get food for children.] Snowed-in home of William Reich and wife noted. [REIChigh school - tell what situation has meant to them.] [Mary BLAKE - describes her situation.] Storekeeper Herky Herkelmann keeps store open almost 24 hrs. per day; stays in back with cot to sleep on. Problems here raise question why people want to live here. [2nd MAN - says he doesn't really.]
REPORTER: Don Kladstrup (WBEN-TV newsfilm)
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