CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 09, 1980
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(Studio) Death toll so far from continuing heat wave in Southwest noted; efforts by charity groups and incrd. theft of air conditioners reported.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(McLaughlin, SD) Severity of drought in Dakotas and Montana said worst since 1930's; details given. [Farmer Don NORMAN - describes situation.] [Cnty. extension agent Lyndell PETERSEN - comments on loss.] Impact on cattle outlined. [Cattle auction manager Gordie ULMER - notes underweight cattle.] Eventual effect on nation's beef supply mentioned.
REPORTER: Don Webster (KEVN-TV newstape)
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