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(Studio) Contd. weather conditions in Midwest, with more storms coming from Rocky Mts. reported Maps shown. Illinois and IN disaster areas said declared; Milwaukee's request noted.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(Chicago, Illinois) Description of conditions in Chicago and rural area in north Illinois given. Commerce and Ind. Association estimates of sales revenue losses in last 2 days stated. National Guard activity in Illinois and Missouri noted. Conditions in Kansas City described. Plight of elderly who depend on others to survive reported; example given is case of Robert and Melinda Craig. [Mrs. CRAIG - comments.] Aid of Little Brothers of the Poor mentioned. Weather forecast stated.
REPORTER: Chris Kelley (KHOA-TV, KCMO-TV and WBBM-TV newstapes)
- Cronkite, Walter;
- Kelley, Chris
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