CBS Evening News for Thursday, Aug 28, 1975
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(Studio) Report on air pollution.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(Los Angeles, California) Millions poured into South California pollution control devices. Shrinking supply of natural gas causes more companies to be powered with fuel oil. All pollute. [Chairperson Air Resources Bd. Thomas QUINN - says smog combining with sulfur could be very dangerous.] Scientists experiment with sulfur dioxide and ozone effects. [Chairperson South California Gas Company Harvey PROCTOR - says situation to become desperate in 1978-79 if no added supplies.] Solution outside California's control.
REPORTER: David Dow
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