CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 14, 1981
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REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Bedford, IN) Controversy surrounding Merle Edington's erection of pyramid and Great Wall of China replicas as tourist attractions examined. [EDINGTON - cites his purpose in building monuments.] Famous structures built with region's limestone recalled. [Senator William PROXMIRE - explains giving project his Golden Fleece Award.] [EDINGTON - responds.] [PEOPLE - comment on project.] Possible replica of Wailing Wall considered.
REPORTER: Bob McNamara
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