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Winter `78 #52611

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 14, 1978
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(Studio) Easing of conditions in Boston area in wake of blizzard last week reported.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

(Scituate, Massachusetts) Storm damage in seaside town of Scituate, Massachusetts, reported; case of Tom and Maureen Healey cited as example [HEALEY - is presently staying with relatives.] [Maureen HEALEY - states need for government aid in rebuilding house ] Possible aid available to Healeys listed. [HEALEY - says federal disasters centers seem organized and helpful.]
REPORTER: Richard Mayk

(Studio) Report on revelation that Los Angeles Cnty. flood control officials were seeding rain clouds just prior to last week's rainstorm. Flood control officials' denial that this caused floods and investigation by National Weather Service noted.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

Mayk, Richard;
Walters, Barbara

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