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Weather #47497

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 03, 1977
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(Studio) More snow for Buffalo, New York, and 90% unemployment noted.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

(Buffalo, New York) Conditions of weather and economy damages in Erie Cnty., include Buffalo and Lancaster, noted. Cnty. executive officer Edward Regan fights for disaster aid; today gets call from president aide Jack Watson, who says inspection team to be sent, include President's son, Chip Carter. [REGAN - talks on telephone with regard to situation.] Phone call makes Regan more certain of need to get aid. [REGAN - notes economy problems in area before storms; says they need disaster aid.] Effect on small business noted. [Linco Truck Lines spokesperson Charles PALISANO - notes effect to his business]
REPORTER: James Walker

(Studio) Buffalo mayor reinstates restrictions on traffic 24 hrs. after lifting them.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

Walker, James;
Walters, Barbara

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