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Westport, Connecticut / Gasoline Shortage #30416

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 07, 1974
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(Studio) Gas shortage and truckers strike leads to incrd. frustration.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Westport, Connecticut) Most stations out of gasoline or are nearly out in affluent E. city. State representative and energy coordinator meet with station owners. Stn. owners react to situation. [State representative Alan NEVAS - can't get dealers more gasoline; some other solution needed.] [Energy coordinator Albert KELLEY - wishes federal government would decide on rationing issue now.] Vol. rationing to be tried by some dealers next week, but success not expected. [Stn. owner Bob SMALL - doesn't need another meeting; he needs solutions.]
REPORTER: Lem Tucker

Smith, Howard K.;
Tucker, Lem

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