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Week Ahead #463854

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 30, 1972
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(Studio) Wk. ahead will be dominated by more fighting in Vietnam and paris Peace Talks.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley

(Bonn, West Germany) West German Chancellor Willy Brandt will attempt to push his R treaties with Russia and Poland through Parliament. Israeli P. Min. Golda Meir will visit pro-Arab E. bloc in Communist Romania. Italy to hold parliamentary elections.
REPORTER: Robert Hager

(Los Angeles, California) Muskie headquarters close, but Humphrey battles McGovern in Ohio, and Wallace in IN. Alabama, DC, Tennessee, and North Carolina also hold primaries. Antiwar demonstrations planned for Thursday Preliminary court hearing set for Ricardo Ortise, hijacker.
REPORTER: Frank Bourgholtzer

(DC) Senator to hold rare secret session to discuss Senator Gravel's determination to make public secret 1969 government studies on American Vietnam policy. Secretary of State Rogers flies to Europe to brief allies on Nixon's summit in Russia. Pay Bd. to hold hearing on 15% wage increase for E. and Gulf Coast longshoremen. Republican mtl. committee to decide on location for convention
REPORTER: Robert Goralski

Reporter(s):
Bourgholtzer, Frank;
Goralski, Robert;
Hager, Robert;
Utley, Garrick
Duration:
00:01:50

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