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More than 100 trick-or-treaters brought the goodies to Midlands Hospital to be scanned in an X-ray device for metallic objects in 1982. Hospital radiologists G.P. McArdle, left and Diane Kidder prepare to check tray loads of candy. They found no foreign objects in these treats, but there where three cases of tampering reported to police. JOHN J. GAPPS III/THE WORLD-HERALD

More than 100 trick-or-treaters brought the goodies to Midlands Hospital to be scanned in an X-ray device for metallic objects in 1982. Hospital radiologists G.P. McArdle, left and Diane Kidder prepare to check tray loads of candy. They found no foreign objects in these treats, but there where three cases of tampering reported to police. JOHN J. GAPPS III/THE WORLD-HERALD

More than 100 trick-or-treaters brought the goodies to Midlands Hospital to be scanned in an X-ray device for metallic objects. Hospital radiologists G.P. McArdle, left and Diane Kidder prepare to check tray loads of candy. They found no foreign objects in these treats, but there where three cases of tampering reported to police.
November 1, 1982

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