NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 09, 1972
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(Studio) Pay Bd. to make tough decisions, President Nixon must tackle economic problems, more candidates to decide on President candidacy.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
(Los Angeles) In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Senator Hubert Humphrey to announce President candidacy. In Tallahassee, Florida, Ala. Governor George Wallace to enter race. Longshoremen strike to resume if no settlement reached.
REPORTER: Don Oliver
(DC) President Nixon to work on State of the Union message and budget. Supreme Court, with complete bench (Powell and Rehnquist now) to hold 1st working session as full 9 man court since summer. Surgeon General to issue annual report on smoking and health. Pay Bd. may rule on raises for Teamsters.
REPORTER: Alvin Rosenfeld
(Tokyo) Japanese P. Min. Sato returns from conference with President Nixon, with satisfaction at Okinawa's return May 15. Fallout from China's nuclear test to reach Japan. White House team leaves China after completing details for Nixon visit. Olympic village opens in Sapurs for winter games.
REPORTER: John Rich
(London) Anglo-Rhodesian settlement expected. Belgium Premier Gaston Iscans tries to end political crisis by forming new gov't. Britain's Duke of Edinborough to take first flight on Concorde SST.
REPORTER: George Montgomery
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