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Week Ahead #466505

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 03, 1972
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(Studio) Wk. ahead include serious President campaigning and return of Congress, immigrant problems in Britain. British travelers in forbidden waters, Olympics in Munich, West Germany, diplomacy with China.
REPORTER: Edwin Newman

(DC) Congress returns after Republican convention and holiday. Investigation of Democrat headquarters break-in to continue with John Mitchell and Nixon campaign director Clark MacGregor giving testimony. In Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Father Philip Berrigan and Sister Elizabeth McAlister receive sentences for smuggling letters in prison.
REPORTER: Paul Duke

(Los Angeles, California) Nixon to stop in San Francisco to dedicate seashore preserve. McGovern to attend Labor Day celebration in Oakland, California, appears in Seattle, WA; Portland, OR; San Diego, California; and Los Angeles, California.
REPORTER: Jack Perkins

(London, England) British to take in 50,000 Asians expelled from Uganda. British trawlers defy Iceland's new ruling about fishing no closer than 50 mile from shore.
REPORTER: Ray Scherer

(Tokyo, Japan) Japan's P. Min. Tanaka prepares for visit to China, following Hawaii summit with President Nixon. Sends envoy to Taiwan to explain Japan's policy toward China to General Chiang Kai-shek. South Korean Red Cross officials prepare to welcome North Koreans to further reconciliation meeting in Seoul. In Vietnam, Communist pressure continues at Danang and Hue.
REPORTER: John Rich

Reporter(s):
Duke, Paul;
Newman, Edwin;
Perkins, Jack;
Rich, John;
Scherer, Ray
Duration:
00:02:00

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