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REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(San Francisco, California) Closing of Indochinese Training Project, a language and vocational program for incoming Asian refugees, due to lack of funds reported Department of Health, Education and Welfare said cutting school's budget this fall by 50% despite inc:ring. enrollment; details given. [Project spokesperson Marlene BUTLER-SPENCER - says refugees will remain on welfare.] Criticism of school shutdown in light of President Carter's doubling of monthly United States quota for Indochinese refugees cited. [Catholic Resettlement Ofc. Judith HODGENS - comments.] [Department of Health, Education and Welfare Peter BELL - comments.] Future of school considered.
REPORTER: Bernard Goldberg
- Goldberg, Bernard;
- Mudd, Roger
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