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Other News: Israel and Poison Oranges / Hearst / Chicago Newspaper #52686

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 02, 1978
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(Studio) Reports on Prime Min. Begin's blaming of Palestinian terrorists for poisoned Israeli oranges turning up in Europe, PLO's denial of this and findings that some poisoned oranges came from Spain and what this could mean; Patricia Hearst's appeal of bank robbery conviction to Supreme Court; and indications that "Chicago Daily News" may soon stop publishing.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Chicago, Illinois) "Daily News" television ad shown. Indications of paper's troubles given, along with its history in publishing since 1875. "Daily News"' Pulitzer Prizes and past byline writers like Peter Lisagor and Carl Sandburg noted. Drop in general newspaper circulation in Chicago in last 25 years and newspaper closings across country in that period reported.
REPORTER: Ron Miller

Miller, Ron;
Reasoner, Harry

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