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Grain Sales / USSR #74905

ABC Evening News for Friday, Oct 15, 1982
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(DC) Legis. aiding American farmers said strategic to election Role of station WHO in Des Moines, Iowa, in spreading word with regard to authorization of greater grain sales to USSR noted. [Voice of REAGAN - makes announcement.] Details of situation, include shipment guarantee, given. Gretna, Nebraska, scene shown. [Voice of REAGAN - wants farmer's burden lifted.] Analysts said belittling effect of action on USSR purchases. [Commodities broker Gordon LINN - discounts effect of Reagan action.] Polish situation noted. Reagan retort with regard to USSR 's lack of acumen noted. White House lawn scene shown.
REPORTER: Ann Compton (KETB tape)

Compton, Ann;
Reynolds, Frank

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