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Disabled American Vets. Convention #218614

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 14, 1971
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(Studio) Disabled American vets. national convention committee rejects proposed endorsements of mil. policies.
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt

(Detroit, Michigan) 2 army advisers to convention presented surprise list of programs for endorsement, including anti-ballistic missile system, C-5A aircraft, Cheyenne copter, tax credits for army reservists, maintenance of army troop levels. [Disabled American Vets. national security committee vice chairperson Judge Benjamin STANCZYK - says advisers were Major George Chase and Colonel Dan. Ruskin; tells Chase will study proposals, doubts vets. want to be salesmen for Pentagon; tells of Chase threatening him with physical violence.] Stanczyk says Chase later apologized; Pentagon investigating incident.
REPORTER: Barry Serafin (WKBD-TV film)

Kuralt, Charles

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