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Winter `78 #497625

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 23, 1978
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(Studio) Contd. winter weather from Missouri to Minnesota noted.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Houston, Texas) Report on late migration of robins to Texas and speculation re: reasons. Robins' arrival in Houston noted. Some naturalists' views that birds went to Mexico for winter reported [Birdwatcher John TVENTEN - says birds will probably go north at end of March.]
REPORTER: Arthur Lord

(Chicago, Illinois) Chicago's record snowfall, since records kept again after Chicago fire, occurred this winter. [Weatherman Jack CONDON - can hardly wait till spring.]
REPORTER: Al Johnson

Chancellor, John;
Johnson, Al;
Lord, Arthur

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