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Heat Wave #66646

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jul 21, 1980
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(Studio) Heat wave reported continuing in parts of US; NYC's temperature today noted. Missouri death toll said remaining highest in nation
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Kansas City, Missouri) Missouri's efforts to cope with weather examined; films shown. [Leola MANNING - comments.] Total number of heat-related deaths cited; poor and elderly said facing problem of paying higher election bills due to fans bought for them with government money. [Thomas McGEE - comments.] [Governor Joseph TEASDALE - criticizes lack of federal aid.] Expected increase in temps. by end of week noted.
REPORTER: June Massell

(Studio) Temp. in Dallas today and brief thundershower reported.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

Massell, June;
Robinson, Max

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