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Billy Carter / Libyans' Visit #56067

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 11, 1979
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(Studio) National Republican chairperson William Brock's call for President Carter to repudiate Billy Carter's alleged remarks in Atlanta about Arabs and Jews noted; Billy Carter's supposed remarks, made while hosting visitors from Libya, quoted. Libya's support of anti-Israeli terrorists mentioned.
REPORTER: Tom Jarriel

(Plains, Georgia) Comments of Billy Carter and of Libyan guests about visit to Atlanta stated. B. Carter's earlier visit to Libya recalled. [Billy CARTER - says Libyans are his friends.] Appearance at reception for Libyans of New York Jewish activist noted. Atlanta Mayor Maynard Jackson's refusal to meet with foreign delegation and Governor George Busbee's short, private mtg. with them reported Libyans' mtgs. with business representatives mentioned. Group's tour of Plains, Georgia, stated; tour said to end at Carter peanut warehouse

(Studio) White House spokesperson s remarks about Billy Carter's activities reported.
REPORTER: Tom Jarriel

Dale, Al;
Jarriel, Tom

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