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Hinton, West Virginia / Foreign Aid #333258

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jun 15, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Hinton, West Virginia: Mark Phillips) Former railroad boomtown of Hinton, West Virginia, whose local health department has applied for aid from foreign governments to deal with its financial crisis, featured; scenes shown from Appalachian town. [Summers County health department Stephen TRAIL - says town decided to apply for foreign aid.] [Nurse Beverley CARTER - says we had 13 cents in the budget.] Photos and historical film shown from the booming railroad days. [Former hospital administrator Joe MONK - explains why the obstetrician is leaving.] [At hot dog stand, MAN - says he is all for foreign aid.] [TRAIL - hopes for WHO funding.]

Phillips, Mark;
Rather, Dan

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