NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 05, 1972
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(Studio) North Ireland and other places will make news next week
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
(London, England) British to give Catholics a bigger role in North Irish government Coal price hike announcement to be made in Parliament, as result of miners' settlement. In Brussels, Belgium, Common Mkt. to meet to consider economy and monetary union.
REPORTER: Ray Scherer
(Tokyo, Japan) Assistant Secretary of State Marshall Green to continue tour of S.E. Asia, briefing United States allies on President Nixon's China trip and assuring them of US support. England's Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip on royal yacht "Britania" will visit Western Malaysia and Maldive Islands. Mexican President to visit Japan. Japan's Premier Eisaku Sato to face hostile questioning on Japan's policy toward China.
REPORTER: John Rich
(DC) New Hampshire president primary to be held Tuesday Senator Judiciary Committee to resume hearings in ITT (International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation) case. 30 day freeze on utility rates will end and Price Commission expected to issue new guidelines. Defense will begin cross-examining key prosecution witness in Harrisburg 7 trial.
REPORTER: Alvin Rosenfeld
(Chicago, Illinois) All passenger trains serving Chicago will begin operating out of 1 station 1st national black political convention opens Friday in Gary, IN. Tuesday is deadline for filing for Wisconsin president primary. Friday is California filing deadline. In Los Angeles, California, Daniel Ellsberg goes to trial for releasing Pentagon Papers.
REPORTER: Dick Kay