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Pollution / Keep American Beautiful Day / Wisconsin Rivers #53531

ABC Evening News for Friday, Apr 21, 1978
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(Studio) Saturday mentioned as "Keep America Beautiful Day." Report is on President Carter's White House meeting with Cherokee Indian, Iron Eyes Cody, who does TV commercials for Keep America Beautiful. Film shown. Section of ad described, concerning litter along highway Upcoming report on river pollution in Wisconsin noted.
REPORTER: Tom Jarriel

(No location given) Wisconsin department of natural resources warning to public not to eat fish from 3 rivers in Sheboygan area, due to high levels of PCB in fish from them, reported; levels contrasted to Environmental Protection Agency standards. [Biologist Paul SCHULTZ - says these are highest levels ever found in WI. Cites ex.] Other details concerning continued investigation of pollution given.
REPORTER: Royal Kennedy (WISN newsfilm)

Jarriel, Tom;
Kennedy, Royal

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