CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jun 14, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Whitewright, Texas: James Hattori) Tracking of medieval art treasures that were held by the Germans during World War II and disappeared after United States forces occupied Germany featured; details given of possible role of small town of Whitewright, Texas, and resident Joe Meador in acquiring this art; scenes shown from town. ["ARTnews" executive editor Steven MADOFF - talks about worth of these pieces.] [Two town RESIDENTS - talk about Meador.] ["Whitewright Sun" editor Jessie WALDROP - comments on stolen art.] [Medieval art expert Richard CAMBER - comments on missing pieces.]
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