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Miami Jetport / Everglades #205836

CBS Evening News for Friday, Sep 05, 1969
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(Studio) Conservationists win fight to halt building of Miami airport in Everglades.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Everglades, Florida) Jetport North of Everglades to be moved. [Port Authority Director Alan STEWART - says we'll get concession and give everyone place to catch butterflies if it will make them happy. Don't think alligators will mind noise.] [Governor Claude KIRK, JR. - says I insisted on multicnty. zoning and planning. It led to studies. Dade Cnty. pols. hadn't looked at whole problem. Now there's planning agency for 1st time.]
REPORTER: Foster Davis Jack Averell WTVJ-TV

Cronkite, Walter

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