NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 16, 1972
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(Studio) Expect Congress critics' move for more support for legislation calling for complete American withdrawal from Vietnam.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
(DC) Defense Secretary Melvin Laird and Secretary of State Rogers to go before Senate Foreign Relations Committee which is considering administration's foreign aid request. Senator Judiciary Committee goes into 7th week of ITT (International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation) hearings. Chinese ping-pong team comes to Washington, DC and White House.
REPORTER: Paul Duke
(Chicago) Jury to be picked in Washington, Pennsylvania, to hear case against Silous Huddleston, involved in Yablonski murders. Protests against Vietnam war to take place in Los Angeles San Francisco, NYC, and other major cities Saturday. Senator Edward Kennedy to speak at a Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner in Indianapolis on Friday. Monday deadline for filing Federal income tax return.
REPORTER: John Dancy
(Tokyo, Japan) No letup in Vietnam seen. Major General Alexander Hague of White House security staff heads group in Saigon to study how Communist offensive might affect troop withdrawals. Senator Scott and Mansfield spend first week on Chinese mainland. American businessmen go to Canton Trade Fair. Discuss prospects of China-US trade.
REPORTER: John Rich
(London, England) West German Chancellor Brandt flies to London to talk on European unity in Common Market. French hold national referendum Sunday to see if approve four new countries joining market. (Baden-Wuerttemberg, West Germany) election could affect Bonn's ratification of treaties with Russia and Poland. Britain railroad unions threaten massive slowdown tomorrow.
REPORTER: Ray Scherer
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