NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 04, 1972
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(Studio) California president primary will dominate political news in week ahead. Vietnam war continues.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
(DC) Congress begins considering arms limitation agreement president Nixon signed in Moscow. Defense Secretary Laird to explain to Senator Armed Services Committee effects of agreements to limit nuclear weapons. Senate committee begins hearings on organized crime. House committee continues hearings on organized crime in sports. Frank Sinatra may be a witness. Mbrs. of Congress prepare to campaign for reelection.
REPORTER: Ron Nessen
(Los Angeles, California) Final pretrial hearings begIn in case of pentagon Papers. Daniel Ellsberg, Anthony Russo are charged with illegal possession and disposition of government documents. In Cambridge, Massachusetts, West German Chancellor Willy Brandt will commemorate 25th anniversary of Marshall Plan at commencement address of Harvard University
REPORTER: Catherine Mackin
(Tokyo, Japan) Japanese await arrival of President adviser Henry Kissinger. CambodIans count ballots following nation wide election. In Korea, Red Cross officials of North and South meet to arrange reunions of families separated by division of country.
REPORTER: John Rich
(London, England) Duke of Windsor to he buried in England. 5th anniversary of 6 day Arab-Israeli war will be observed with fresh memories of Tel Aviv airport massacre. In Stockholm, Sweden, United Nations begins conference on environmental
REPORTER: George Montgomery
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