NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 19, 1972
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(Studio) Stories expected in coming week Projected.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
(Chicago, Illinois) In Illinois, president Primary pits Senator Eugene McCarthy against Senator Edmund Muskie. McGovern enters bid for Illinois convention delegates. Longshoremen may announce what they will do about Pay Bd. 25% cut in their contract. In California, Angela Davis trial in recess all week In Memphis, Tennessee, busing opponents have bought school bus and they plan to bury it.
REPORTER: Fred Briggs
(DC) Senator Judiciary Committee to continue investigation of ITT (International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation) case. May send subcommittee to Denver, Colorado, hospital for Dita Beard's testimony. Senator to vote on equal rights for women amendment. AFL-CIO President George Menay to meet with other labor leaders to consider Pay Bd. cutback of longshoremen's raises.
REPORTER: Alvin Rosenfeld
(London, England) British government will announce new political initiative to end tension in North Ireland. North Irish P. Min. Brian Faulkner to receive proposals. British national budget to be announced.
REPORTER: Ray Scherer
(Tokyo, Japan) National Asbly. on Taiwan votes for president of Ntlist China. Chiang Kai-shek is expected to be reelected for 5th term. Secretary general of world meteorological agency, 1st United Nations official invited by People's Republic of China, continues visit. With Indira Gandhi back from Bangladesh and Ali Bhutto back from Russia, India-Pakistan summit meeting expected.
REPORTER: John Rich
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