NBC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 20, 1972
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(Studio) Wk. ahead will be dominated by Nixon's trip to China.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
(Saigon, South Vietnam) Nixon China trip will elicit close attention from all Asian leaders South Vietnam guards against North Vietnam offensive to embarrass Nixon. Some anticipate war's end.
REPORTER: Arthur Lord
(London, England) It will be weeks before effects of British coal strike subside. British begin inquiry into 13 deaths by British troops in Londonderry. In Bonn, West German Chanc. Willy Brandt to give state of the union speech, and will call for ratification of treaties with Russia and Poland.
REPORTER: Ray Scherer
(DC) Nation's govs. come to Washington, DC for midwinter conference Federal aid, President politics to be prime topics. Senator Judiciary Committee to discuss non. of Richard Kleindienst as Attorney General Senator may give government more power to curb job discrimination.
REPORTER: Paul Duke
(Los Angeles, California) 23 West Coast ports re-open as dock strike ends. International Longshoremen's Workers Union and Pacific Maritime Association settlement reached. Hughes Air West to resume airline service to cities in West and Mexico following mechanics' strike. NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) to launch Jupiter space probe on 2 year journey.
REPORTER: Jess Marlow
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