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NBC Evening News for Monday, May 22, 1978
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(Studio) Report on moonshiner's legal use for alcohol, to mix with gasoline to make it go further.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Selma, Alabama) [Albert HUBBARD - says present job not as much fun as old one.] Hubbard's moonshining days spent running from law mentioned; he now makes "corn likker" legally. Hubbard's participation in federal funded program in which group of black farmers in Alabama convert farm commodities into alcohol to be mixed with gasoline, to make gasohol. Program is to study economy advantages of product gasohol in rural communities. Advantages and disadvantages of gasohol listed. [Farmer's cooperative manager Albert TURNER - discusses uses of farm crops, waste, surplus and those presently growing, for making gasohol.]
REPORTER: Kenley Jones

Brinkley, David;
Jones, Kenley

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