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President' Energy Speech / Reaction #482948

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, May 28, 1975
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(Studio) President Ford's speech on energy last night not very favorable to Cong President announced another $1 tariff on imported oil. Senator Henry Jackson thinks Congress should outlaw $1 tariff as soon as it returns from holiday. Gasoline dealers discuss tariff's impact on gas prices.

(Chicago, Illinois) Dealers expected to add 1 1/2 cents per gallon ["Platt's Oilgram" Herbert HUGO - thinks 1-cent to 3-cent increase to be noticed right away; predicts gas prices to increase 7 cents to 10 cents per gallon by September] Object is to force Americans to drive less. [CITIZENS - react to President' objective.]
REPORTER: Rebecca Bell

(Studio) Oil industry praises President' actions.

(No location given) [President Mobil Oil Corporation William TAVOULAREAS - believes President Ford right to place more emphasis on additional supplies, security, jobs.]
REPORTER: Richard Hunt

Bell, Rebecca;
Hart, John;
Hunt, Richard

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