NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 05, 1974
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(Studio) Iowa Governor Robert Ray to ask for disaster relief funds for areas hurt by heavy rains. Corn crop at stake.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Collins, Iowa) Heavy rains wash out much corn and delay planting of even more. [Iowa agriculture secretary Robert LOUNSBERRY - doesn't think Iowa can possibly meet corn corp predictions.] [Farmer Ronnie OWEN - plans to replant 50 acres.] Food prices and exports affected by late corn planting.
REPORTER: Rebecca Bell
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