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Hurricane Andrew / Florida / Help / Tourism #346710

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Sep 05, 1992
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Statistics on the cost of Hurricane Andrew cited.

(Homestead, Florida: Doug Tunnell) Relief efforts in hurricane- struck south Florida featured; scenes shown from Homestead, Florida, visited by Billy Graham, Jesse Jackson and by volunteers helping in the cleanup. [VOLUNTEER - comments.] [Governor Lawton CHILES - says the small businesses must be preserved.] [In her ruined store, veterinary supply outlet's Linda STEIN - shows her losses.] [Resident Willie DAWKINS - talks about being helped.]

(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Homestead: Juan Vasquez) Alternative housing for Florida's new homeless featured; scenes shown from Homestead. [Residents Maria and Ben YTURRALDE - want to stay at their home.] [Johnhut designer John ANDERSON - explains the advantages over canvas tents.] Atlanta Mad House volunteers shown erecting Johnhuts.

(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Miami: James Hattori) Impact of the hurricane on Florida's tourist business examined; scenes shown from Miami. [Tour booker Brenda HOLCOMBE - talks business.] [On tour trolley, two PEOPLE - comment.] Miami's planned promotional campaign targeting travel agents noted; tape shown. [Miami tourism official Merrit STIERHEIM - says we will come back.]

(Studio: Bob Schieffer) President Bush reported offering more federal aid for the hurricane recovery effort in Louisiana.

Hattori, James;
Schieffer, Bob;
Tunnell, Doug;
Vasquez, Juan

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