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Molokai, Hawaii, Development Controversy #288031

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Dec 18, 1983
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(Studio) Report on controversy with regard to simplicity or growth on small Hawaii island
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Molokai, Hawaii) Molokai island in Hawaii chain said noted most for leper colony located there and for pineapple industry Details given with regard to controversy over development of island or not developing it. [Resident Elani KAPUNI - says people should go back to past.] Residents' desire to live as ancestors, off land and sea, noted. [Resident Walter RITTE - comments.] Dvt. plans outlined; fears of residents that area will become like Honolulu and Waikiki Beach stated. [Molokai Dvt. Committee spokesperson Jeff TAI - comments.] Del Monte's plans to cut back pineapple operation on Molokai reported [Union leader Tom TRASK - comments.] [Resident Mehealani DAVIS - comments.]
REPORTER: Jerry Bowen

Reporter(s):
Bowen, Jerry;
Dean, Morton
Duration:
00:02:50

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