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Shevchenko Affair #498310

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 13, 1978
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(Studio) Arkady Shevchenko's movement in Pocono Mt. in Pennsylvania, while US, United Nations and USSR discuss his refusal to return to Moscow, reported.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(White Haven Pennsylvania) Shevchenko's stay at Howard Johnson's Motel in White Haven, Pennsylvania, noted. [Motel manager Russ BLAKESLEE - describes Shevchenko's attitude.] Shevchenko's calls to assistant to Secretary General Waldheim and to own home in New York City mentioned; his later alleged move to nearby Holiday Inn reported [Holiday Inn manager Joe MATZ - cites reasons he believes Shevchenko was there.] FBI agents' remarks to people in area stated. [Howard Johnson's manager BLAKESLEE - quotes telephone call from Shevchenko.] No one is able to say where Shevchenko is now.
REPORTER: Robert Hager

Brinkley, David;
Hager, Robert

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