NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 26, 1971
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(Studio) Coming events anticipated.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
(Los Angeles, California) Christmas business up. Longshoremen negotiations resume. Taft-Hartley expires, strike not resumed. New York City Mayor John Lindsay predicted to announce as Democrat President hopeful. Ex-Teamster president James R. Hoffa checks with parole officer Monday.
REPORTER: Roy Neal
(DC) Law-makers out for holidays. President Nixon to meet West German Chancellor Willy Brandt at Key Biscayne, Florida. New Hampshire President primary may attract John Ashbrook of Ohio. Senator Vance Hartke may enter New Hampshire Democratic primary. John Dowdy trial to go to jury in Baltimore, Maryland.
REPORTER: Paul Duke
(Rome, Italy) President Giovanni Leone takes office. New government to be formed. Peace talks resume in Paris. Greek Prime Min. Georges Papadopoulos to outline year's plans.
REPORTER: Charles Quinn
(Tokyo, Japan) Week long New Year's holiday begins. Premier Sato-Nixon conference in preparation. Vietnam war to resume. Fighting conts. in Laos and Cambodia. Pakistan-India troubles continue.
REPORTER: John Rich
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