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Midwest Flood Damage / Aid To Victims #281674

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 17, 1982
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(Studio) Report on story for Christmas season. Charles Dickens' "A Christmas" "Carol" and song, "The Little Drummer Boy," mentioned.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Times Beach, Missouri) Effects of recent floods on Times Beach, Missouri, and town's efforts to get back on its feet outlined. [Mayor Joseph CAPSTICK - comments on effects of Merrimac River flooding.] Help for citizens from Mennonite Church in Oklahoma noted. [Mennonite Clark BOEhigh school - comments.] [Flood victim Grady HENSON - comments.] [Mennonite Glade SMITH - comments.] [Flood victim Louise SPEER - comments.] Help for flood victims from convicts in penitentiary noted. [Convict Adrian VERSCHUERE - comments.] [Convict Clifton HARTSGROVE - mentions family in Massachusetts. [ [Flood victim Jewell HONEY - comments.]
REPORTER: Frank Currier

Currier, Frank;
Rather, Dan

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