NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 11, 1974
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(Studio) Japanese Lieutenant Hiroo Onoda turns up in Philippines 30 years after World War II ends.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Philippines) Leaflets distributed throughout island in attempt to get Onoda to surrender because World War II over 30 years ago. Onoda's former commanding officer finally persuades Onoda to surrender. Onoda formally surrenders to Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos in Manila. [ONODA - says he did his best although Japan lost war.]
REPORTER: Don Oliver
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