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Project Sanguine / Wisconsin / Battle #201471

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 07, 1969
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(Studio) Report on battle over Project Sanguine.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(N. WI) Plan for largest radio transmitter in Wisconsin receives opposition. Test antenna built to show electric bugs could be gotten rid of. [History Teacher Kent SHIFFERD - calls plan preposterous.] Shifferd formed committee to stop plan. [Louis HANSON - describes what's happened to trout stream.] [Mrs. HANSON - asks if 8 counties will be prime military target.] Navy says it might build smaller system elsewhere. [Representative Alvin O'KONSKI - says will fight against program being moved elsewhere. Need federal project here.] [Senator Gaylord NELSON - doubt valid case can be made for Sanguine.] Pentagon to study plan for year or more.
REPORTER: Steve Rowan

Reporter(s):
Cronkite, Walter;
Rowan, Steve
Duration:
00:06:20

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