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Southwest Heat Wave #54747

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jul 17, 1978
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(Studio) Heat wave in southwest reported; temps. in Dallas, Texas, given. Report is on money and water shortage problem in Olney, Texas.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Olney, Texas) Olney, Texas, residents' voluntary building of water pipeline to bring water purchased from Wichita Falls' Kickapoo Reservoir to lakes around Olney detailed. Heat wave and effects described. [Olney Mayor Al MEYERS - notes number of people who volunteered and that they try to discourage those over 45, due to heat.] [Jerry JESKE - came to help out.]
REPORTER: Charles Murphy

Reporter(s):
Murphy, Charles;
Robinson, Max
Duration:
00:00:10

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