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Yosemite National Park #219560

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Sep 04, 1971
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(Studio) Park service preparing for holiday influx.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Yosemite National Park, California) 3 million visited Yosemite Park last year; film shows park rangers clashing with youths last year [Chief ranger Richard MARKS - says trying to regain friendly ranger image; tells people park is theirs, but don't interfere with others.] Trains being used to bus people; 1/4 of park closed to cars. [Jack McGLOTHLAN - says doesn't feel park crowded.] [Jill McGLOTHLAN - thinks trains terrific.] [Elsie ANDERSON - says closing part of park to cars good idea.] Cars may eventually be banned altogether. [Park superintendent Lynn THOMPSON - says resources being made available to help Yosemite operate as 1st class ntl. park.]
REPORTER: Bill Kurtis

Kurtis, Bill;
Mudd, Roger

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