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Notebook: Mideast Developments / United Nations Conference / Hair Dye #53967

ABC Evening News for Monday, May 22, 1978
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(Studio) Reports with regard to Mideast dvts. concerning United States planes sale and Vice President Mondale's comments about this to Jewish friends, visit to New York City by Mrs. Moshe Dayan, and upcoming visits to United States by Dayan and Egypt foreign minister Kamel, latter to attend United Nations disarmament conference in New York City, and possible resumption of negotiating activity between Israel and Egypt; United Nations Secretary General Waldheim's comments about upcoming United Nations disarmament conf., changed plans of Raoul Castro, Fidel Castro's brother, to attend conference after war in Zaire broke out and present plans for Cuban representative to be Carlos Rafael Rodriguez; and cosmetics industry report to FDA (Food and Drug Administration), concerning proposed warning labels on hair dye with regard to possible cancer risks, which claims hair dye is less dangerous than peanut butter or milk. Film shown.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

Walters, Barbara

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