NBC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 24, 1972
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(Studio) International Monetary Fund meets in Washington, DC with officials of Royal Bank, to discuss International Monetary System.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
(DC) Democrats urge preelection Watergate investigation. Congress Wright Patman to ask Banking Committee of House for hearings. Secretary of State William Rogers to New York City for United Nations Gnl. Assbly. opening. Senate votes on strip mining bill. House Ways and Means Committee to consider natl. debt ceiling.
REPORTER: Carl Stern
(Los Angeles, California) President Nixon begins fund raising rounds with NYC dinner. Nixon and McGovern to campaign in California. Airline security chiefs meet in San Diego, California, with regard to hijackers. Anti-Women Libbers to hold Womanhood Day march in Los Angeles.
REPORTER: Don Oliver
(Tokyo, Japan) P. Min. Tanaka goes to Peking Monday on 6-day visit. To apologize for Japan 1930's aggression, seek opening of formal diplomatic relations with People's Republic of China. Philippines to step up precautions against terrorist bombings blamed on Communists US-Okinawa clash expected following shooting of Okinawa worker by United States Marine.
REPORTER: John Rich
(London, England) North Ireland talks to begin. 2 main Ulster political parties boycott. Norway votes on Common Market mbrship. Pope Paul to turn 75: probably won't step down.
REPORTER: Ray Scherer