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Japan / Fukuda Visit / Whaling / Chicago Protest #53761

ABC Evening News for Monday, May 01, 1978
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(Studio) Japanese Prime Min. Takeo Fukuda's arrival in Washington, DC for formal visit reported; film shown. Discussions with regard to econs., trade and energy problems, as well as image Japan has recently received because of commercial whaling.
REPORTER: Tom Jarriel

(Chicago, Illinois) Joe Healy's climb up side of Sears Tower in Chicago to protest Japanese whaling practices reported [HEALY - has seen whales at sea; doesn't think they should be killed.] Healy's arrest and release on bond mentioned. [HEALY - explains why he chose Sears Tower.]
REPORTER: Julie Eckhert

Eckhert, Julie;
Jarriel, Tom

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