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Autos / Detroit #209200

CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 13, 1970
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(Detroit, Michigan) Ford assembly, disassembly lines shown; old cars fragmented; new auto shredder developed. [Environ Incorporated Admin. Jack HODGES - cars being dismantled faster than junked where new shredders located; scrapped cars worth $35; process takes mins.; proposes loss of auto title for 8-yr.-old cars.] Execs. more hopeful than young engineers. [GMC Air Pollution Controller William AGNEW - predicts car population incr.] [GM President Edward COLE - claims anti-auto demonstrations insignificant; industry working for pollution control.]
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite (narrates)

Cronkite, Walter

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