CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 14, 1985
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REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Pensacola, Florida) Gulf coast cities' competition for Navy port and economy implications for winner examined. [Pensacola, Florida, Chamber of Commerce spokesperson M.J. MENGE - cites expected annual income for town.] [Mobile, Alabama, Mayor Lambert MIMS - describes cost to Mobile.] [STUDENT - reads letter to Navy Secretary] [Pascagoula, Mississippi, Mayor R. T. O'BRYANT - promotes Mississippi.] [Lake Charles, LA, Chamber of Commerce spokesperson Keith WINTER - will pray for port.] ["Trader Jon" owner Martin WEISSMAN - hopes Navy Secretary John Lehman selects Pensacola.]
REPORTER: Jim McManus
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