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Briefs: Economy / Cars / Maddox / Schleyer / Russian Church / Confucius #495531

NBC Evening News for Monday, Sep 26, 1977
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(Studio) At Washington, DC meeting of IMF and World Bank, representatives are warned that world economy is slowing down and increase in consumer spending is called for to get it started again. From Detroit, General Motors Corporation makes 1st recall of 1978 model cars; details noted. Lester Maddox is off critical list as heart condition gets better in Marietta, Georgia. There is report from Amsterdam that kidnapped W. German busman., Hanns Martin Schleyer, is alive and aboard boat somewhere in Holland. In Moscow, Russian Orthodox Church refuses to have women priests. In Peking, Chinese leaders prepare for celebration of Confucius' 258th birthday.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John

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