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Campaign `72 / Republican Convention #222644

CBS Evening News for Friday, Apr 21, 1972
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(Studio) Republican party considers changing national convention from San Diego, California, to Miami Beach, Florida, according to United Press International and "New York Times." Republican objects to conflict in dates, however.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Miami Beach, Florida) [City Cnsl. voices both eagerness and opposition to hosting Republican conv.]

(Studio) Mayor Hall says move may be Republican pressure for San Diego action.

(San Diego, California) [Civic Committee Chairperson, Leon PARMA - says impasse exists between Republican national committee arrangements head Richard Herman and Arena owner Graham on renovation of International Sports Arena for conv.] If Republicans pull out of San Diego, city stands to lose sizeable financial investment.
REPORTER: Bill Walker

Mudd, Roger;
Walker, Bill

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