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Assignment America (Josh Baker) #841959

CBS Evening News for Friday, Oct 20, 2006
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(Wisconsin: Steve Hartman) The story of a message in a bottle found by kid named Steve Leidel†† presented; scenes shown from central Wisconsin, including the 4/16/95 note written by 10-year-old Josh Baker, who grew up in White Lake to become a soldier in Iraq & died in a car crash when he returned home. [LEIDEL - shows the note.] [Mother Maggie BAKER††- recalls how Josh got the bottle.] [School secretary Georga HEISTAD††- remembers Josh.]

(Studio: Katie Couric, Steve Hartman) The three choices for next week's Assignment America discussed.

Reporter(s):
Couric, Katie;
Hartman, Steve
Duration:
00:03:10

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