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Deer Hunt / New Jersey #232316

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 10, 1974
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(Studio) Despite protests of environmentalists, deer hunt gets underway in north New Jersey.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Basking Ridge, New Jersey) Hunt allowed in effort to reduce deer population. [Refuge manager George GAGE - feels hunting deer better than allowing them to starve in fields from overpopulation.] Conservationists demonstrate. [Fund for Animals Richard KENLY - believes humane alternatives to hunting deer do exist.] [Hunter Don SANTIAGE - doesn't feel he's slaughtering deer.] [Hunter Alan HASSETT - believes it's better to be killed by bullet than starve to death.
REPORTER: Chris Kelley

Cronkite, Walter;
Kelley, Chris

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