ABC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 07, 1971
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(Studio) Governor Ronald West Reagan opens new aqueduct.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(California) Surplus water from North California to be taken to South California. Pts. of $2 billion project shown. [Vice President Sierra Club Dr. William SIRI - says Los Angeles doesn't need another Los Angeles next to it. No water shortage in South California. Land values to escalate due to project.] Reagan speaks at pumping station where water pumped over mts. [REAGAN - calls aqueduct longest swimming pool ever; starts pump going.]
REPORTER: Bill Wordham
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