NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 18, 1971
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(Studio) Predictions of upcoming news.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(DC) State Secretary William P. Rogers will discuss President Nixon's trip to People's Republic of China with foreign diplomats; Congress will attempt to agree on new draft law; negotiations with United States Postal Service workers to be intensified.
REPORTER: Paul Duke
(Paris, France) Attn. to be focused on Paris peace talks to see how Nixon's trip to People's Republic of China, will affect negotiations; NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) threatened with loss of bases in Iceland, North Atlantic Ocean, and Malta Island, Mediterranean Sea. Vice President Spiro T. Agnew to visit Morocco.
REPORTER: George Lewis
(Los Angeles, California) Republican Party to chose 1972 nomination convention site; United States army to begin destroying mustard gas near Denver, Colorado
REPORTER: Don Oliver