NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 18, 1973
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(Studio) Technical experts to begin listening to White House tapes to determine possible tampering. President to address govs. in Memphis, Tennessee. Senator plans to vote on fuel conservation bill.
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber
(Chicago, Illinois) Amtrak won't be running with full load of cars over Thanksgiving. Airlines to be affected by fuel shortage causing problems for travelers.
REPORTER: Bob Jamieson
(Tokyo, Japan) Japan launches emergency campaign to conserve fuel. Campaign outlined.
REPORTER: John Rich
(Paris, France) American and European representatives to discuss oil pooling possibilities. In Vienna Arab producers and oil companies to meet for 1st time since Mid. E. fighting stopped.
REPORTER: Bernard Kaplan
(Tel Aviv, Israel) Prisoner exchange between Israel and Egypt expected to end this week Cease-fire talks to continue incling. mutual force pullback.
REPORTER: David Burrington