NBC Evening News for Saturday, Oct 06, 1984
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REPORTER: Connie Chung
(Norwood, Colorado) Controversy over government's plan to thin out state's aspen trees due to suspicion of deal with Louisiana Pacific Lumber Company examined. [PEOPLE - praise aspen forest.] [Ranger Don HEISER - supports "clear cut" method of thinning.] Louisiana Pacific noted building aspen utilization plant prematurely. [Forest Service supervisor Ray EVANS - claims plant's early construction was coincidence.] [State representative Chuck WORLEY - doesn't believe company built plant without agreement from government] Current status of controversy outlined.
REPORTER: Roger O'Neil
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