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Testor Corp. vs. Malachowsky #227841

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 27, 1973
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(Studio) Last April 13 year old John Malachowsky complained that increase in model airplane paint unjustified under Phase II economy controls. Testor Corp., manufacturer of paint, taken to task by government
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Rockford, Illinois) [Testor Corporation President Charles MILLER - says would like to meet Malachowsky.] Testor losing $313,000 in excess profits because of Malachowsky.
REPORTER: Richard Roth

(West Babylon, New York) [MALACHOWSKY - says hopes to get his 40 cents back out of deal.]
REPORTER: Sylvia Chase

Chase, Sylvia;
Mudd, Roger;
Roth, Richard

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