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Air Pollution #208726

CBS Evening News for Monday, Mar 16, 1970
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(Studio) Air pollution expert tells Congress 80% autos, major air polluter, fail federal emission standards.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Los Angeles, California) Smog cuts California orange crop in 1/2; [Dr. Ellis DARLEY - explains smog effect on plants; warns of future effects.] Los Angeles smog unhealthy for people. [U. California chemist Dr. Brian MUDD - says air pollutants kill human catalysts.] California cars inspected for anti-pollution controls; present gains temporary; lead-free, natural gases may help. [Nixon's chief smog adviser Dr. HAAGEN-SMIT - recommends improved transportation systems.] San Jose students buy, bury new car. Freedom to drive cars may be lost.
REPORTER: Terry Drinkwater

Cronkite, Walter;
Drinkwater, Terry

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