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Mexico / Earthquake Aftermath #306125

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Sep 29, 1985
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(Studio) Death toll so far from Mexico's recent earthquakes noted.
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

(Mexico City, Mexico) Status of international relief effort here examined; scenes shown. [Sperry Incorporated spokesperson Jorge GONZALEZ - explains importance of computer system in efficient distribution.] [American Red Cross spokesperson Al PANICO - describes cultural differences in relief operations.] Churchman quoted.
REPORTER: Juan Vasquez

(Studio) Mexican Chamber of Commerce's estimate of quake damage reported.
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

(Los Angeles, California) Entertainment industry's fund-raising efforts for Mexico featured; scenes shown. [Ricardo MONTALBAN - explains telethon's purpose.] Pope John Paul II noted sending message. [Broadcasting executive Danny VILLANUEVA - cites importance of television in fundraising.] [Julio IGLESIAS - comments.]
REPORTER: Nadine Berger

Berger, Nadine;
Spencer, Susan;
Vasquez, Juan

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