CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 29, 1977
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(Studio) In San Francisco, government program worked too well.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(San Francisco, California) San Francisco's water rationing program due to drought noted. In March, city's water chief warned about cutbacks. [Kenneth BOYD - says without rationing water will be gone by 1st of next yr.] Residents were also told rates would go up because of less water usage. Now, city says too much water has been saved and if more water not used soon, bills will go up again. Boyd talks of present situation. [BOYD - says people are overconserving.] [MEN - cite opinions of latest development]
REPORTER: Bernard Goldberg
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