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Energy Crisis / E. Detroit, Michigan #467726

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 18, 1973
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(Studio) Democrat Senators Mike Mansfield and William Proxmire call for gasoline rationing. Agriculture Department reports anyone can get permit to cut firewood in national forests. In E. Detroit, Michigan, family tries to ease energy crisis.
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

(E. Detroit, Michigan) Richard Ward family cut electricity use 33% by conserving energy. Modern conveniences remain, but new consciousness exists. Exs. of conservation reviewed. [Dr. WARD - states family squeezes waste out of energy use. Family not seriously inconvenienced.] [Mrs. WARD - says change of habits necessary, but carelessness must be removed.] [Dr. WARD - believes changes can be made in lifestyles without hurting life.]
REPORTER: Jack Paxton

Kalber, Floyd;
Paxton, Jack

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