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Refugees #272998

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Sep 25, 1980
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(Studio) Govt. reported beginning relocation of Cuban refugees from Miami, Florida, to Fort Chaffee, Arkansas.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Fort Chaffee, Arkansas) Closing schedule for refugee centers at Eglin AFB, Fort McCoy, WI, and Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania, outlined; refugees arriving daily at Key West, Florida, said now being sent to PR. Details given, film shown. problem posed by imprisoned refugees, due to Fidel Castro's refusal to take them back, noted. [US Catholic Conf. spokesperson Dave HERRMANN - comments.] [Cuban-Haitian Task Force spokesperson Arthur BRILL - comments.] General situation summarized.
REPORTER: Bruce Hall (KTHV, KFSM-TV newstapes)

Cronkite, Walter

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