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Week Ahead #462057

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 24, 1972
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(Hong Kong) Chairperson Mao Tse-tung will be 79 this week In Thailand king names son as heir to throne and blesses new const. In Vietnam, both sides observe Christmas cease-fire.
REPORTER: Phil Brady

(Paris France) Conflicting information on what mtgs. with regard to Vietnam will be held and when. At Vatican, Pope Paul gives annual Christmas message Mom. USSR celebrates 50th anniversary December 30.
REPORTER: Lloyd Dobyns

(DC) President Nixon and many officials away for holidays. Antiwar forces cranking up again for Christmas day demonstration. Senator William Proxmire starts hearings on supersonic transport plane.

Brady, Phil;
Dobyns, Lloyd;
Duke, Paul

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