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Houston, Texas / Traffic #320424

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 27, 1988
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Role of the drive-thru in Houston, Texas, traffic system featured; details given, scenes shown. [First WOMAN - says she'd rather sit in car while being serviced.] [Second WOMAN - says tries not to go anywhere she can't drive through.] ["Houston Post" reporter Nolan LEWIS - explains shopping while in car.] [Pawn shop operator Jean DAVIS - explains borrowing money while in car.] Various businesses shown offering drive- thru or curb side convenience, include drive-thru green cards for amnesty program for immigrants. [INS spokesperson Ronald FARRA, MAN - talk about drive-thru system.] [LEWIS - says we have everything but drive-thru freeways.]

Spencer, Susan

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