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Week Ahead #463213

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 26, 1972
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(DC) King Hussein of Jordan arrives in Washington, DC tomorrow, meets with President Nixon Tuesday. Congress cmtes. consider busing matter. Senator Judiciary Committee to resume hearings on Kleindienst nomination Federal Communications Commission to review Fairness Doctrine.
REPORTER: Gordon Graham

(Los Angeles, California) Angela Davis trial to begin in San Jose tomorrow. Pre-trial motions to be heard in Edward Hanrahan case, accused of obstructing justice in Black Panther killings. In WI, final campaigning begins for Wisconsin primary. Penn. Central Company to lay off 6000 brakemen and conductors; union plans strike.
REPORTER: Don Oliver

(Tokyo, Japan) North Vietnam and Viet Cong efforts to isolate Phnom Penh, Cambodia, expected to intensify. Canton Trade Fair draws attention of 05 businessman. Okinawa military base workers strike continues. Muhammad Ali fights Hack Foster Apr. 1 in Tokyo.
REPORTER: John Rich

(London, England) British parliament concerned with North Ireland matters. SALT reopen in Helsinki, Finland. Hope is for agreement to he signed by President Nixon during Moscow visit. West Berliners get passes for Easter visits in E. Berlin.
REPORTER: Ray Scherer

Reporter(s):
Graham, Gordon;
Oliver, Don;
Rich, John;
Scherer, Ray
Duration:
00:02:00

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