NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 02, 1972
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(Studio) Expected stories of the week ahead.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
(DC) Democratic credentials committee will continue meeting for at least 2 more days. New economy reports due in, include figures on exports, retail sales, construction and unemployment. On Friday George Wallace leaves for Democratic national conv., stopping in Montgomery, Alabama.
REPORTER: Alvin Rosenfeld
(Los Angeles, California) Judge Mat Byrne to begin hearing final pretrial arguments in Daniel Ellsberg Pentagon Papers case. Trial scheduled to start July 10. California Democrat delegates prepare for convention seating battle.
REPORTER: Roy Neal (Paris, France) Hanoi's Xuan Thuy to return to Paris and Paris Peace talks to resume. President Pompidou is going to Bonn, Germany, for meeting with Chancellor Willy Brandt.
(Tokyo, Japan) Japan's cabinet resigns Tuesday to prepare for election of new Prime Min. Lib. Democratic party to choose new President Wednesday In Manila, the National Security Council expected to debate the future of United States military bases in Philippines. Congressmen Hale Boggs and Gerald Ford to end visit to China (PR).
REPORTER: John Rich