Dividends: No Parking

Don't take your Datsun when you go to visit Richard Moe, chairman of Delta Rubber Co. in Danielson, Conn. Moe's company makes seals for the ball bearings used in American-made autos, and the Japanese invasion of the U.S. market bothers him. Now he has decided to stop it the only place he can: at the edge of Delta's parking lot. Since Jan. 1, suppliers arriving in Toyotas and their ilk have had to look elsewhere for a space. The only exception: Delta employees who already owned Japanese cars, but no 1983 models, please.

Moe says that the last straw came when...

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