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Winter Weather #299932

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jan 21, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) Record cold wave's impact across United States examined; films shown. Florida temps. noted. Deaths associated with weather mentioned. [WOMAN - comments on cold.] [Nursing home worker Pat FONTENOT - describes effort to keep elderly warm.] Conditions in several cities (named) considered. [New York City cab DRIVER - cites incrd. business]
REPORTER: Richard Wagner

(Tampa, Florida) Florida agriculture industry's concern over weather's possible destruction of citrus crops examined; films shown. [Grower Olin HART - fears action is futile.] 1983 freeze, citrus canker last year recalled. [Florida agriculture commissioner Doyle CONNER - fears citrus trees could be destroyed.]
REPORTER: Richard Schlesinger

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Schlesinger, Richard;
Wagner, Richard
Duration:
00:03:50

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