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School Lunch Program / Radiation Contamination #264514

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 02, 1979
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(Studio) School lunch program in Tucson, Arizona, said affected by radioactive material.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Tucson, Arizona) Tritium said used to make exit signs and glowing faces on wrist watches. Plant manufacturing products said across street from school system's central kitchen. [School Bd. President Raul GRIJALVA - suggests that Arizona Atomic Energy Commission close the American Atomics Corp. plant.] Plant said already cited for high level radiation emissions and being sued by former employee because of emissions. [Parent Barbara AMBROSE - comments.] [American Atomics President Peter BIEHL - calls conclusions drawn against company rash.]
REPORTER: Lou Waters (KOLD-TV reporter and newstape)

Dean, Morton

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