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On the Road...Again (Giant Twine Balls) #923689

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 12, 2008
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Series retracing the travels of CBS reporter Charles Kuralt in the 1960s introduced.

(Darwin, Minnesota: Steve Hartman) The search for the world’s largest ball of twine featured; 1977 footage shown of Kuralt visiting with Francis Johnson†† and his twine ball in Darwin, Minnesota; scenes shown of the balls in Cawker City, Kansas, and Highland, Wisconsin. [Darwin Twine Ball Museum curator Roger WARNER††- says we still have our ball and we're proud of it.] [In Highland, James Frank KOTERA††– talks about JFK's world famous twine ball.]

(Studio: Katie Couric, Steve Hartman) This story and next week’s installment discussed.

Couric, Katie;
Hartman, Steve

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