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Missing Children #299663

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 01, 1985
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(Studio) Report in efforts in Midwest to find missing children.
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt

(Chicago, Illinois) Missing child case of Tricia Kellett of Chicago given as ex. of one used in project of Hawthorn Melody Dairy in Whitewater, WI. Photos shown. [Father, Brad KELLETT - comments.] Details given re: project involving photos of missing children on milk cartons. Similar efforts in Iowa with regard to 2 newspaper delivery boys in Des Moines noted. [Chicago police department youth division spokesperson Commander Joe MAYO - comments.] Photo on milk carton with Tricia Kellett cited to be that of missing boy, Gary Antonio Feltman; other photograph shown. [Gary's FATHER - comments.]
REPORTER: Karen Stone

Kuralt, Charles;
Stone, Karen

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