NBC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 13, 1972
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(Studio) President Nixon's campaign to heat up prior to Republican national conv.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
(Chicago, Illinois) Former Attorney General Ramsey Clark, returning from North Vietnam, to hold news conference in San Francisco, California. 25,000 American Legionnaires expected in Chicago, Illinois, for convention Senator George McGovern to campaign in Midwest. Tuesday is 1st anniversary of federal economy controls.
REPORTER: Rebecca Bell
(DC) Congress to work on Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) agreement, revenue sharing, and school busing before adjourning for Republican national convention Attys. for Democratic national committee to take statements from Republicans John Mitchell and Maurice Stans regarding bugging of Democratic national headquarters Republicans to build party platform.
REPORTER: Gordon Graham
(London, England) In Britain, dock strike moves into 3rd week Govt. may use troops to unload ships. British minister to meet with President of Uganda to try to change his mind about expelling Asians. In Czechoslovakia, more trials of liberals accused of subversive activities expected.
REPORTER: Jack Paxton
(Hong Kong) In Tokyo, Japan, P. Min. Tanaka to meet with representative of China's Premier Chou En-lai. In Kashmir, Indian and Pakistani army officers begin to exchange nationals and pull troops back. Communist forces expected to keep pressure up in South Vietnam.
REPORTER: Phil Brady