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Briefly: Hearst / Polawski / Poisoned Oranges / Park / Ohio Ice Jam #497545

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 02, 1978
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(Studio) Reports with regard to Patricia Hearst's appeal to Supreme Court with regard to bank robbery charges; Los Angeles district attorney's office plans to request Roman Polanski's extradition from Paris, France; discovery of one poisoned orange not from Israel, in Holland, and one in West Germany that was from Spain; Tongsun Park's preparations to leave Seoul for Washington, DC to testify on congress influence buying; and unsuccessful attempts to use explosives to break up ice jam on Ohio River.
REPORTER: John Chancellor (WLWT-TV newstape, Cincinnati)


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