NBC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 27, 1972
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(Studio) Democrat headquarters break-in among items of news in week ahead.
REPORTER: Edwin Newman
(DC) John Mitchell and Maurice Stans scheduled to give depositions on Watergate bugging case. President Nixon is to announce new troop cuts in Vietnam and fly to Hawaii for conference with Japan's prime minister In Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, Clifford Irving begins serving 2 1/2 years in federal penitentiary.
REPORTER: Alvin Rosenfeld
(Chicago, Illinois) In Chicago, Illinois, AFL-CIO President George Meany to meet with AFL-CIO executive council Unions endorsing McGovern to be discussed. In Denver, Colorado, labor council faces possible suspension for its endorsement. Environmental Protection Agency to hold hearings on air pollution in Illinois and Wisconsin. Sargent Shriver will campaign in Illinois.
REPORTER: Dick Kay
(London, England) In London, England, members new government resettlement board to hold 1st meeting to discuss Asians being expelled from Uganda to Britain. In Iceland, Soviet Boris Spassky and American Bobby Fischer play deciding games in worldhampion chess match. Iceland to expand fishing limits, threatening cold war with Britain and West Germany.
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