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Weather #82232

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 20, 1983
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(Studio) Weather conditions across United States described, include temperature in Cut Bank, MT.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(No location given) Winter weather conditions described in the following places: Denver, Colorado; Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where Ozark Airlines DC-9 had accident on landing from flight from Sioux City, Iowa; Salt Lake City, UT, where KTI3S Air National Guard plane had accident; Duluth, Minnesota; Marquette, Michigan; and Withee, WI.
REPORTER: Stephen Geer (Tapes from: KBTV, KSFY, KTVX, WDIO, WAOW)

(Studio) Problems from cold weather for those without homes reported
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Chicago, Illinois) Situation for homeless in Chicago described. Efforts of Catholic Charities spokesperson Deacon Pete Wasielak to offer beds for them noted. [MAN - asks about bed.] [WASIELAK - says no more available.] [STAFFER - says no more beds available.] [WASIELAK - comments on situation.] Concern about months ahead cited. [Coalition for Homeless spokesperson Les BROWN - comments.]
REPORTER: Joe Spencer (WLS tape)

Geer, Stephen;
Jennings, Peter;
Spencer, Joe

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