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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The weekly look at how the government spends taxpayers' money introduced.
(Washington: John Martin) The controversy over the plans to build an air museum and training complex in Oregon examined; scenes shown from McMinnville, OR, where the famous "Spruce Goose" plane is stored. The question raised as to whether more aviation training is necessary in a time of cutbacks in the industry. [Aviation analyst Kevin MURPHY - comments.] The role of Del Smith, owner of Evergreen airlines, in developing the museum reviewed. [Airventure project director Howard LOVERING - defends the museum's cost.] Oregon's Senator Mark Hatfield and Representative Elizabeth Furse said now wary about funding the project.
- Jennings, Peter;
- Martin, John
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