CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 06, 1980
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(Studio) Report with regard to tourism at Grand Canyon introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean
(Grand Canyon, Arizona) Scenes of canyon shown. Noise pollution from planes and helicopters flying over canyon said a problem. [National Park Service Jim WALTERS - says lack of sound is a natural resource of park.] [Tourists Bob PERCICH, Gloria BAKER - complain.] Sight-seeing canyon by air said a multi-million dollar industry [Tourists Rob LEA and Mardelle KOPNICKY - explain why they chose to fly through canyon.] [WALTERS - says he expects Park Service to restrict use of aircraft over canyon.
REPORTER: Gary Shepard
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