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Vietnam / Paris Trip / POWs #201782

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 24, 1969
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(Studio) 2 jets with Christmas gifts and supplies for American POWs still waiting for North Vietnam permission. Report on another H. Ross Perot plan.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(NYC) 50 mothers and 100 children to fly to Paris to talk with North Vietnam about American POWs. Mothers ask for Christmas Day meeting [Mrs. Kathleen JOHNSON - hopes for information from North Vietnam. Children never gone before.] [Tony KUSHNER - says daddy been gone 3 years Going to Paris for Christmas will help get father home. Santa will leave gifts in Virginia.]
REPORTER: Richard O'Brien

Cronkite, Walter;
O'Brien, Richard

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