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(Studio) Governor Jerry Brown's proposed gasoline rationing plan for California outlined; Carter's expected arrival there on same day as plan announced cited.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(San Francisco, California) Gasoline shortage in California examined; self-rationing attempts by some dealers in response to limited allocations and decrease in amt. allowed them outlined. Oil company position with regard to decrd. allocations due to Iranian and Saudi Arabian cutoffs stated. Incrd. California consumption said cause of present gasoline shortage there. [MAN - makes appointed to have car filled.] [DEALER and CUSTOMER - argue over lack of appointed] [2nd MAN - notes time it takes to get appointed] Brown's emergency plan, giving counties authority to restrict gasoline sales, cited. [BROWN-outlines his plan.] Expected gasoline prices in California by year's end stated.
REPORTER: Bernard Goldberg (KXTV newstape)
- Goldberg, Bernard;
- Mudd, Roger
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