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Week Ahead #470475

NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 27, 1973
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(Studio) President Nixon orders investigation of Army helicopter crash in Bahamas. Helicopter bringing Secret Service men to guard President at Grand Key, Bahamas. Communists fire on ferry boat in South Vietnam, violating cease-fire. Amnesty for all Vietnam war draft evaders, deserters called for by Roman Catholic group. Mrs. Norma Levy, call girl in Br. sex scandals, say 3rd government minister a client. Two other ministers resign. President trip and other stories fill week ahead.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley

(DC) Spec. prosecutor Archibald Cox assumes government investigation of Watergate. Aides Ehrlichman, Haldeman testify to Senate committee with regard to CIA involvement. Ervin committee to interview witnesses.
REPORTER: Peter Hackes

(London, Eng.) Call girl scandal investigation begun in Britain Scandal continues.
REPORTER: Ray Scherer

(Chicago, Illinois) Senate subcommittee hearings on gasoline shortage to begin. 130 Midwest independent stations forced to close.
REPORTER: Rebecca Bell

(Paris, France) President Georges Pompidou goes to Iceland for Nixon meeting Watergate effect on United States foreign policy at issue.
REPORTER: Bernard Kaplan

Bell, Rebecca;
Hackes, Peter;
Kaplan, Bernard;
Scherer, Ray;
Utley, Garrick

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