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Florida, Texas / Freezing Temperatures #329463

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jan 11, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Agriculture Department reported predicting decline of orange production due to cold temperatures; details given. President Bush reported declaring Rio Grande Valley, Texas, a disaster area; details given. Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Gary Reaves) Losses suffered by Florida citrus growers examined. [Grower Charles DeWITT, orange processor Richard WESTMORELAND - comment on lost fruit.] Pelicans with frostbite shown and discussed. [Florida department of natural resources Patrick ROSE - comments on cold temperatures' impact upon marine life.] [Farmer Richard ALGER - discusses his ruined corn crop.] Impact of cold upon migrant workers noted. [Migrant support group worker Steven MAINSTER, MAN - comment on cold.]

Rather, Dan;
Reaves, Gary

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