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Week Ahead #463658

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 02, 1972
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(DC) Senator Judiciary Committee to decide whether to continue investigation of ITT, Justice Department case. Campaign fund law takes effect Friday. President Nixon to welcome returning 101st Airborne troops at F. Campbell, Kentucky, and to remind voters he brought them home. Cherry Blossom festival, White House Easter egg rolling announced.
REPORTER: Ron Nessen

(Los Angeles, California) Charlie Chaplin returns. Angela Davis trial continues. In Denver, Mrs. Dita Beard nay he released from hospital.
REPORTER: Frank Bourgholtzer

(Belfast, North Ireland) William Whitelaw, new North Ireland secretary state, to form governing council. In France, Britain's entry to Common Mkt. to be campaigned. USSR Navy head visits India; naval base on Indian Ocean speculated.
REPORTER: Charles Quinn

Bourgholtzer, Frank;
Nessen, Ron;
Quinn, Charles

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