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American Red Cross / West Virginia #93447

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 28, 1985
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(Studio) Disasters dealt with by American Red Cross this year listed; economy impact on organization noted. Efforts of Albright, West Virginia, to recover from November floods, storms examined. [Acting Mayor Mildred RODEHEAVER - praises community.] Extent of flood damage described. [Florence CALVERT - recalls seeing home destroyed.] [Red. Cross spokesperson Carolyn WRIGHT - notes severity of disaster this year.] [Mildred CAMPBELL - explains staying here.] [Vol. Maureen BUCH-TERMAN - recalls initial reaction to town.] [Mike PEASLEY - will start over.] [RODE- HEAVER - believes town will recover.] Town's oldest citizens named, shown. [PEASLEY - hopes country appreciates what they have.] [RODEHEAVER - doesn't want nation to forget them.]
REPORTER: Richard Threlkeld

Threlkeld, Richard

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