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(Studio) President Carter calls in citizens to offer ideas with regard to energy policy.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(DC) 19 citizens bring own ideas to offer with regard to energy conservation. [Norman KRAEUTER - suggests cutting off all unnecessary lights on streets, at business and industry bldgs., at night.] [Audre GALLOWAY - says unless conservation measures hit finances, people won't listen.] [Ginni DOBY - cites expense of installing insulation in home.] Energy adviser James Schlesinger says administration considers federal gasoline tax increase and tax on big cars. [SCHLESINGER - measures will have to be taken to insure fuel efficiency of autos.] Other considerations of administration with regard to energy policy noted.
REPORTER: Nelson Benton
- Benton, Nelson;
- Cronkite, Walter
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