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Briefly: Fukuda / Afghanistan / Marijuana / Vietnam / Thompson / Doolittle #498612

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 30, 1978
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(Studio) Report incls. Japan Prime Min. Fukuda's trip; United States for Carter conf. Wednesday; naming of civilian to head Afghanistan government, after coup; DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) report with regard to seizure of marijuana in Colombia; Vietnam celebration of fall of Saigon 3 years ago; Robert Thompson release from prison in spy swap; and reunion marking 1st bomb raid over Tokyo, Japan, in World War II.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(Rapid City, South Dakota) Movie "30 Seconds Over Tokyo" mentioned. 1942 bomb raid recalled. Old photos shown, include Franklin D. Roosevelt giving General Jimmy Doolittle medal. Reunion of Doolittle and his men at Mt. Rushmore filmed, reported [DOOLITTLE - discusses reunion.] Tour of Ellsworth AFB reported [DOOLITTLE - proposes toast to dead.] Special bottle said reserved for last toast by last two survivors.
REPORTER: Al Johnson

Johnson, Al;
Savitch, Jessica

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