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Beach Battle / Hawaii #523440

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 08, 1982
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(Studio) Hawaii said outraged at David Stockman's suggestion that government might sell part of Waikiki Beach.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Honolulu, Hawaii) Fort DeRussy property at issue. Fin. gain from sale of property noted. Caspar Weinberger said not backing proposed sale. [WEINBERGER - feels it would be bad for morale.] Fort said prime military rest and recreation area. [MAN - wants property kept.] City said promising to keep developers out. [Honolulu Mayor Eileen ANDERSON - wants property kept as is.]
REPORTER: Don Oliver

Mudd, Roger;
Oliver, Don

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