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Gas Cap Industry / Gasoline Shortage #504841

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 23, 1979
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(Studio) One part of auto industry said benefitted by lack of gasoline.
REPORTER: Carole Simpson

(Dickson, Illinois) D. Edelman Company of Dickson, Illinois, manufacturers of locking gas caps, featured. Production figures and outstanding orders cited. [Company President Donald EDELMAN - explains sudden popularity of his product.] [AID Auto Stores Jimmy MEYERS - talks about sales of locking gas caps.]

(Studio) Carter administration statement that people will have to learn to live with fuel shortage.
REPORTER: Carole Simpson

(No location given) [Uniden PEOPLE - comment on shortage.] Variety of activities pursued by people in line noted. [Stn. owner Ted MONNIS - says long fuel lines have hurt his repair business and thus are costing him money.]
REPORTER: Carole Simpson Narrates

Kay, Dick;
Simpson, Carole

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