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Heat Wave #271702

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 15, 1980
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(Studio) President Carter's approval of funds to help the Nor survive continuing heat wave in Midwest and Southwest reported; details given. Estimated economy loss to crops and livestk. noted;' death toll mentioned.
REPORTER: Douglas Edwards

(Kansas City, Missouri) [Police sergeant James TREECE - says dead woman didn't use fan son had taken her yesterday.] Nellie Amos' refusal to use fan out of fear of running up election bill said illustrative of situation among elderly. [Police chief Norman CAPON - comments,] [Virginia BROWN, Mary WALTON - comment on heat.] Use of outdoor fountains by some noted. [MAN - comments.] Weather forecast outlined.
REPORTER: Don Webster

Edwards, Douglas;
Webster, Don

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