NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 30, 1972
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(Studio) McGovern and Eagleton meet tomorrow night.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
(DC) Senator and House leaders to try to raise money for Congress campaign. President Nixon and Congress delegation will fly to Louisiana for funeral of Senator Ellender. Senator to vote on war. Arthur Bremer goes on trial for attempted killing of Alabama Governor George Wallace.
REPORTER: Paul Duke
(Los Angeles, California) American party to hold national political conv., in Louisville, Kentucky, but Wallace says he's not available for a draft due to health. Hearing in Columbus, Ohio, will decide if Gus Hall can run for president as candidate of Communist party Trial in Chicago, Illinois, of States Attorney Edward Hanrahan in connection with Black Panther, police shoot-out continues.
REPORTER: Frank Bourgholtzer
(London, England) British government may declare state of emergency as dock strike continues. Food shortages may result if dispute isn't settled soon. Arrival of 4000 more British soldiers in North Ireland escalates campaign against IRA (Irish Republican Army) guerrillas. In Israel, 2 Arab guerrillas captured when Belgian airliner hijacked in May, go on trial.
REPORTER: Ray Scherer
(Tokyo, Japan) Red Cross representatives from North and South Korea may meet in Seoul for more talks on proposed visits between North and South Korean families. Indian parliament goes into session in New Delhi. P. Min. Indira Gandhi to ask for ratification of agreements reached by Pakistan and India. South Vietnam fighting will continue around Quang Tri and Hue.
REPORTER: Liz Trotta