NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 03, 1980
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(Studio) Continued heat wave in Southwest and drought in Dakotas and eastern Montana reported; temps. in Texas mentioned.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Williston, North Dakota) Drought's impact on wheat crops examined; estimated loss so far noted. [Farmer Herman SCHMITZ - says they haven't had meaningful rain since last year] No. of farmers applying for disaster assistance so far this year comparted with figure for same time last year [Banker Tom MARTIN - comments.] Weather's effect on cattle ranchers detailed, [Dick Iverson - comments,]
REPORTER: Roger O'Neil
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