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Flood death toll could reach 200
LOVELAND, Colo. (AP) - The death toll in the Big Thomtp-
son River flood climbed past 0 yesterday and Larimer County
Sheriff Robert Watson predicted it would eventually reach 200.
Survivors were airlifted to safety under bright blue skies
after three days of chilly rains which hampered earlier search-
es in the rugged Big Thompson Canyon where torrential rains
swelled and rammed the twisting river out of its course on
Saturday night.
HUNDREDS WERE INJURED and several small communi-
ties were wiped out. Damage to residents and businesses was
estimated at $ million to $20 million. There was no estimate
of destruction to vehicles, roads and waterway equipment.
Robert Rosenheim, regional administrator of the federal De-
partment of Housing and Urban Development, said preliminary
estimates indicate total damage of $50 million to $100 million.
le said $100 million in federal funds was available for flood
relief and added that the amount could be increased.
"We think we've got all the critically injured out," Said
E.M. Stiger of the U.S. Forest Service, director of airlift ef-
forts Tuesday. "We feel we've got all but S0 of the evacuees
out."
MOST OF THE EVACUEES were tourists or canyon resi-
dents who initially refused rescue attempts. They had ample
food and water in the canyon and were in good condition,
I arimer County Sheriff Robert Watson said.
Some survivors changed their minds about staying in the
mountains. however, after three nights in the flood-ravaged
See FLOOD, Page S
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AP Photo
MEMBERS OF THE Colorado National Guard help persons across the Big Thompson Riv-
er. The river raged out of the banks Saturday night, killing more than 75 persons, injur-
ing hundreds and leaving several more trapped in the canyon.
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20 CISCO KII)-,-serIn
50 IRADY IiUNCiH-Comedy
62 I SPY--Adventure
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9 NEwSI)AY
11 CIS NEWS-W. Cronkite
20 DANIEL BOIONE
50 I LOVE LUCY-Comedy
7:00 2 CBS NEWS-w. Cronkite
4 BOWLING FOR DOLIARIS
7 ABC NEWS-I. Reasoner
9 ANDY GRIFFITH-Comedy
II FAMILY AFFAIR-Comedy
13 HOGAN'S HEROES
30 ROBIERT MacNEIIL REPORT
50 FAMILY AFFAIR-Comedy
56 LEGACY AMERICANA
62 SPEAKING OF SPORTS
7:30 2 BOBBY VINTON-Variety
4 CANDID CAMERA
7 WILD KINGDOM
9 ROOM 222--Comedy-Drama
11 NAME THAT TUNE-Game
13 ADAM-12-Crime Drama
20 STUMP THE STARS-Game
50 HOGAN'S HEROES
56 ROBERT MacNEIL REPORT
62 NEWS
7:45 62 TEEN PROFILE--Discussion
8:00 2 11 GEORGE M!-Musical
4 13 LITTLE HOUSE ON
4 THE PRAIRIE
7 BIONIC WOMAN
9 SOUNDS GOOD--Music
20 IT TAKES A THIEF
50 MERV GRIFFIN
62 DETROIT CRIME ALERT
8:05 62 MOVIE-Drama
9:00 2 11 TO AMERICA-Drama
4 13 SANFORD AND SON
7 BARETTA-Crime Drama
9 MOVIE-DramaB s
"The Hard Part Begins"
20 700 CLUB--Religion
30 56 GREAT PERFORMANCES
50 MOVIE-Drama
"Trapeze"
9:30 4 13 CHICO AND THE MAN
10:00 4 13 HAWK-Crime Drama
7 STARSKY & HUTCH-Crime
The Lutheran Church-Missouri
Synod was organized in 1847.

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IA VNCI-Drama
6BEAT .TIFUL SKIN
10:30 9 CONCERITO-Music
0 T1E IROCK--eligion
1:2 PTL CI.U--It:'igion
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 NEWs
9 CBC NEWS-George Fi 'stad
20 AI1VENTURES IN PAR.\D1
50 JEST OF GROUCHO
56 OUR RELIGIOUS LEGACY
11:20 9 NIGHTBEAT
11::0 2 M.RY HARTMAN,
MARY HARTMAN-Serial
4 13 JOIHNNY CARSON
7 24 MOVIE-Drama
"All the Kind Strangers"
11 MOVIE-Drama
"The Dirty Dozen"
50 MOVIE-Drama (bw)
"Mission to Moscow"
57 COMMUNITY DATEBOOK
11:35 57 ABC NEWS-H. Reasoner
11:50 5 MOVIE-Comedy
"The Brass Bottle"
12:00 2 MOVIE-Drama
"The Dirty Dozen"
12:30 62 NEWS
1:00 4 TOMORROW-T. Snyder
7 11 13 NEWS
1:30 2 MOVIE-Western
"Brimstone"
2:00 4 CLASSROOM
2:30 4 NEWS
3:00 2 NEWS
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Volume LXXXVI, No. 60-S
Wednesday, August 4, 1976
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