NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 09, 1972
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(Studio) Week ahead busy. In DC, Environmental Protection Agency opens hearings on whether auto makers can or cannot meet 1975 antipollution requirements. 80 ntns. to sign treaty banning biological and toxic weapons.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
(DC) President Nixon to hold meetings on Vietnam war. Will visit Ottowa, Canada. Federal Price Commission will hold hearings on food prices. Senator House Econ. Committee to review administration economy policies. Senator Judiciary Committee will continue ITT (International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation) inquiry.
REPORTER: Paul Duke
(Tokyo, Japan) President Aide Henry Kissinger cones to Japan to soothe Japanese concern over United States China policy and improve Japanese-American relations. In North Korea, guests, include Cambodia prince, celebrate 60th birthday of Premier Kim Il-Sung.
REPORTER: John Rich
(Paris, France) In France, President Pompidou will campaign for "yes" vote on referendum to include Britain and 3 other countries in Common Mkt. In E. Berlin, Germany, E. and West Germany will discuss improving highway traffic between the 2 countries. In Greece, 17 people to be tried,charged with attempting to overthrow government and establish Communist regime.
REPORTER: Richard Hunt
(Los Angeles, California) Touring Communist Chinese ping-pong team will arrive in US this week Will play 1st match in Detroit, Michigan. At Cape Kennedy, Florida, Apollo 16 countdown begins. In Los Angeles, California, Academy Awards to be presented with special award for Charlie Chaplin.
REPORTER: Don Oliver