NBC Evening News for Friday, Jun 16, 1972
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(Studio) Governor George Wallace's future appearance at Democratic national convention noted as moment of high drama. Assassination attempt recalled. Surgery for bullet lodged near spine, possibly to relieve paralysis of legs, set for Sunday, at Holy Cross Hospital, Silver Spring, Missouri.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Silver Spring, MD) Surgery set now to allow recovery time prior to Democratic Convention Wallace determined to go; names floor manager Effect of surgery on paralysis uncertain. Condition remains unchanged.
REPORTER: Rebecca Bell
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