NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 27, 1972
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(Studio) Ralph Nader calls attention to air pollution in Monroe Company, Ohio.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Monroe Company, Ohio) Smoke from industry on Ohio River settles on farms. Bob Evans, dairy farmer, turns tree cutter as Aluminum Company's air pollution causes disease in Cattle. [EVANS - shows how cows' teeth and bones deteriorate from disease.] [Farmer Glen FEISLEY - says industry pays for dead cows, but he's still minus dairy business.] Aluminum Company under fire from Ralph Nader and EPA. Pollution strong enough to discolor bridge paint several mile away.
REPORTER: Steve Delaney
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