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(Studio) Contd. police search for leads in shooting of "Hustler" magazine owner Larry Flynt, in Georgia, and update on Flynt's condition given. Govt. preparations to issue warning with regard to Mexican marijuana sprayed in attempt to kill it noted also; herbicide can cause permanent lung damage. Additional report with regard to update on attempts to capture Lion Cntry. Safari's wayward hippo, Bubbles.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(Laguna Beach, California) Details of latest attempt to capture Bubbles given; sketches by artist Bill Lignante shown. Reporter mentions late Rube Goldberg. Failure of latest attempts noted. [Lion Cntry. Safari spokesperson Jo SCHETTER - thinks frustration running high, but says staff won't give up.]
REPORTER: Stephen Geer
- Geer, Stephen;
- Reasoner, Harry
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