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US-Canada Fishing Dispute #54541

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jun 05, 1978
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(Studio) Report on US-Canada fishing rights dispute.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(New Bedford, Massachusetts) Details of dispute given, include United States orders that bans on Canadians fishing in United States waters incls. Great Lakes. Coast Guard reports that all is quiet on west coast noted. [FISHERMAN - discusses situation. Mentions situation in Boston area.] Situation in Great Lakes and eastern coast area, especially at Georges Bank in latter, described. [Fisherman Randell HILLIER - says Georges Bank is major fishing area for New England fishermen.] State Department remark on present dispute noted.
REPORTER: James Walker (KOMO-TV newstape)

Reasoner, Harry

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