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December 02, 1987|RICK SHERWOOD | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Country music star Hank Williams Jr. is helping lead a nationwide campaign to get waterfowl hunters to stop using toxic lead shotgun pellets, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency said this week. Williams, selected as the Country Music Assn.'s entertainer of the year this year and an avid hunter and fisherman himself, will be seen and heard on television, radio and in newspapers urging hunters to "get the lead out." Wildlife officials say waterfowl swallow poisonous lead shotgun pellets while feeding on lake and marsh bottoms.

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