NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 30, 1972
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(Studio) Important devts. expected in week ahead:
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
(Los Angeles, Cal.) In Los Angeles, Cal. Longshoremen and shippers to resume negotiations. In San Jose, Cal., pre-trial motions expected in Angela Davis case. Cal. Governor Ronald Reagan to appear before Congress committee investigating welfare reform. 3 Russian fishing fleet capts. to appear in court in Alaska.
REPORTER: Frank Bourgholtzer
(DC) Senate Appropriations committee to consider new budget. Treasury Secretary Connally to ask House Ways and Means Committee to raise legal ceiling on national debt. Labor Secretary James Hodgson will appeal to House Labor Subcommittee for legislation to end West Coast dock strike. Annual mtl. draft lottery to be held.
REPORTER: Irving R. Levine
(London, England) United States to resume trade negotiations with Common Mkt. British unemployed to protest. Rome strike against unemployment expected. United Nations security council to meet in Ethiopia.
REPORTER: Ray Scherer
(Tokyo, Japan) United States technicians to begin asmbly. of satellite ground station in China for coverage of President Nixon's visit. Security precautions increase in Vietnam in anticipation of Tet offensive. Winter Olympics to begin in Sapporo, Japan.
REPORTER: John Rich
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