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The Roy Faires Collection, no. 43 - 24 Action News Reports (1978)
Austin History Center
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    Roy Faires reports on spelling puzzle books created by students at Burnet Middle School in Austin
    Faires meets with a cancer patient searching for an Austin doctor to administer an alternative treatment
    A visit to Scampi's Organ Palace in Austin, then known as Scampi's Old Organ Grinder Pizza Emporium, to hear music from one of the last theatre pipe organ remaining in Texas
    Faires hosts 24 Action News, introducing a report about an out-of-court settlement between the City of Austin and its natural gas supplier
    Update on the Hillside Strangler cases in Los Angeles, in which 10 women aged 12 to 28 years old were killed during a four-month period in late 1977 and early 1978
    Faires introduces a report about a train derailment in Somerville
    Suspect charged in the murder of three young Girl Scouts camping in Oklahoma
    Faires advises viewers about an upcoming closing of the Congress Avenue Bridge in Austin
    Roberet Spurck chosen as the new administrator of Brackenridge Hospital
    Faires reports on President Jimmy Carter's decision to delay production of the neutron bomb
    Report on a cross-age tutoring program in Austin
    Faires visits Faubion Elementary School in Cedar Park to attend an assembly about timber wolves
    Partial report on how the arts helps with learning