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Eye On America (Napalm Train) #383073

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 09, 1998
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(Studio: Paula Zahn) Report introduced.

(Andrews, Texas: Jim Axelrod) Attempt to find a place to put surplus napalm from Vietnam War reported; request of Andrews, Texas, to take the napalm reported; scenes shown of Vietnam War footage, the town of Andrews, and a town meeting. [Waste disposal contractor Ron HANCE - says his community is willing to deal with the real issues.] [Andrews RESIDENT - doesn't have fear of the napalm coming to town because he works in an oil field.] [Sierra Club Dr. Neal CARMEN - has concerns about accidents.] [PROTESTOR - asks who would be willing to work with hazardous waste.] [Business leader Lloyd EISENRICH - says they'll only be disposing of a product, not bringing back a war.]

Axelrod, Jim;
Zahn, Paula

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