ABC Evening News for Thursday, May 11, 1978
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(Studio) Colombian airliner reported hijacked to Cuba. Remains of ship in San Francisco, California, from gold rush days reported Failure of efforts to-raise money to save ship, unearthed at site of new office building, reported Huey Newton arrest in California barroom brawl reported Summer schools in Chicago, Illinois, reported.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner (KGO newstape)
(Chicago, Illinois) Summer school to improve reading skills said planned in Chicago. Film of students not meeting skill tests shown. [School supt. Dr. Joseph HANNON - explains reason for program.] Practice of promoting students unable to read said officially stopped. Large number of minister students in failing group noted. [Reverend Jesse JACKSON - says same effort in academic area as in sports area can produce success.]
REPORTER: Ron Miller