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United States Beaches / Pollution #218402

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 05, 1971
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(Studio) United States beaches found closed or polluted by Americans over holiday
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Chicago, Illinois) Chicago beaches relatively pollution free after introduction of Coho salmon in Lake Michigan to control alewives.
REPORTER: Murray Fromson

(Cleveland, Ohio) Beaches from Cleveland, Ohio, to Erie, Pennsylvania, closed because of breakdown of Cleveland sewage plant.
REPORTER: Murray Fromson

(Miami Beach, Florida) Miami polluted beaches mostly owned by hotels.
REPORTER: Del Vaughn

(NYC) Swimmers ignore pollution warnings at New York City beaches.
REPORTER: Robert Schakne

(US Pacific Coast) Overpop. major problem at West Coast beaches; resort hses., blocking access to many beaches, should be public.
REPORTER: Terry Drinkwater

Cronkite, Walter;
Drinkwater, Terry;
Fromson, Murray;
Schakne, Robert;
Vaughn, Del

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