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October 09, 1970 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-09

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How do you tell a young child that a
bird has died because man has poisoned
the air with insecticides? Or, how do
you explain to a fisherman that he can
no longer &h. because the waters are
filled with-toxic metals?
These are just some of the prob- ,
lens that faced Governor Milliken when
he set out to clean up our environment.
Just a few of the reasons why he has
worked so hard to eliminate the poisons .
and filth and waste that destroy our
The banning of the sale of DDT


Paid for by Businessmen for Mu lien. John StabBo. Treasurer.

was a major step in his 20-point charter
for a cleaner environment. No other
state has taken such significant action.
Governor Milliken has also fought for
and won stronger, more effective pollu-
`lion laws including the citizen's right to
sue polluters and the Truth-in-pollution
law. He has urged educators to increase
environmental education and proposed
better planning and zoning of Michigan's
The Outdoor Editor of the Detroit
Free Press said: "Governor Milliken
may yet be the best - conservation

Friday, October 9, 19711-9

Governor we have ever had." Think
about that on November 3. Vote for
Governor Milliken.

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