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Williamsburg Summit / Preview #290562

CBS Evening News for Thursday, May 26, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Williamsburg, Virginia) Preparations for economy summit here tomorrow featured; films shown. Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Patrick Henry, Francois Mitterrand, Prime Min. Margaret Thatcher mentioned. [Summit coordinator Michael McMANUS - acknowledges planning problems; cites Mitterrand's cuisine preference as example] [Food consultant Craig CLAIBORNE - describes menus.] No. journalists present for event and logistics posed by them discussed; role of private ints. in summit's cost noted. [McMANUS - defs. granting donors tax deductions.] Bagels in likeness of each head of state shown.
REPORTER: Lem Tucker

Schieffer, Bob;
Tucker, Lem

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