NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 18, 1972
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(Studio) Politics, war, and peace expected to dominate week ahead.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
(Paris, France) Paris Peace Talks may resume. In North Ireland, British government tries to bring all factions together. Barricades by Protestant Defense Association noted. In Israel trial held for Kozo Okamoto, terrorist, who shot up Tel Aviv airPort.
REPORTER: Bernard Kaplan
(Tokyo, Japan) Following decision of Premier Esiaku Sato to resign, Japan sets about to choose new P. Min. Henry Kissinger goes to Peking Monday Gerald Ford, Hale Boggs, House leaders to follow him. In Hong Kong, US Asian ambs. meet to review US-Asian policy, following Moscow, Peking summits.
REPORTER: John Rich
(DC) Mom. Senator begins lst Public hearing into US-USSR arms limitation agreements signed in Moscow, lst witness, Secretary of State William P. Rogers. Defense Secretary Melvin Laird to follow. Senate Commerce Committee to begin DDT ban investigation. Democrats to gather to write convention rules. Henry Kissinger to return from Peking. Celebration to be held at Whte. House for 32nd wedding anniversary of President and Mrs. Nixon.
REPORTER: Peter Hackes
(Los Angeles, California) New York state primary noted. Senator George McGovern due to win 200 or more delegates. Mexican President to visit Los Angeles. Federal Judge Matthew Byrne due to rule in motions in Daniel Ellsburg, Pentagon Papers case. Trial begins Monday week Wednesday is lst day of summer, longest day of yr.
REPORTER: Roy Neal
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