Briefly: Synanon / Government Reorganization / Fishing Talks / China-Vietnam / Collision / Ali. #499346
NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 19, 1978
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(Studio) Reports with regard to Synanon attys.' announcement that group won't buy Washington, DC apt. building; President Carter's proposal to reorg. federal emergency preparation and disaster relief agencies; resumption of US-Canadian fishing rights talks in Ottowa; China (PR) orders to Vietnam to close all consulates, leaving only embassy in Peking; Brazil bus-truck collision; and Muhammad Ali's visit with USSR leader Leonid Brezhnev in Moscow and Ali's report on Brezhnev's message for President Carter. Film of Ali-Brezhnev meeting shown.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
- Chancellor, John
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