CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 06, 1980
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(Studio) Texas heat wave said receded just a bit.
REPORTER: Morton Dean
(Dallas, Texas) Tape of few clouds in sky shown. [KDFW-TV meteorologist Warren CULBERTSON - says clouds don't mean rain, but they do provide some shade.] Water rationing said in effect in Houston. [Houston resident Garland ANDERSON - comments on dying plants.] Water problems in Austin and Union City, OK, noted [Union City, OK, resident James WATKINS - talks about problems caused by water cutoffs through portions of the day.]
REPORTER: David Dick
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