NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 21, 1977
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(Studio) From London comes news that unless more Concordes are sold, product may cease within 1 year; losses to Britain noted. American dollar drops to lowest exchange rate ever for while today in Zurich. Reports from Lebanon say Israeli tanks push farther into cntry., while Palestinians shell Israeli village. South Korea says Tongsun Park won't be available in neutral country for questioning with regard to congress influence probe. In DC, Associated Press says ntl. telephone poll on Panama Canal treaty shows 50% against, 29% for and 21% with no opinion.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
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