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Alaska Land Bill #66650

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jul 21, 1980
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(Studio) Senator reported beginning debate on Alaska land bill, which would set aside large areas for national parks and wilderness sanctuaries; President Carter's efforts to get stronger version of bill noted include John Denver. Films shown.
REPORTER: Tom Jarriel

(Angoon, AK) Wildlife on and around AK's Admiralty Island examined; films shown. Conflict between conservationists and developers said illustrated by the island [Kootznoowoo Ins. former president Daniel JOHNSON - comments.] Carter recalled declaring Admiralty a national monument last December [Governor Jay HAAMOND - says obligation is on Congress] [JOHNSON - expresses concern for future generations.] Indians' concern over losing island outlined.

Jarriel, Tom

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