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New York / USSR Residence #283948

CBS Evening News for Thursday, May 27, 1982
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Glen Cove, New York) Controversy surrounding official New York residence of USSR amb. to United Nations examined; films shown. [WOMAN, city council spokesperson Tip HENDERSON - oppose Sovs.' tax-free status in the community.] Claims that estate is used for intelligence-gathering purposes considered. [Mayor Alan PARENTE - comments on catalyst to community.] City cncl. noted banning USSR personnel from city facilities. [WOMAN - agrees with cncl.'s decision.] [Polish National Home spokesperson Raymond ADAMCZAK - considers KGB paid assassins.] [WOMAN - notes Soviet behavior on tennis cts.] [City council spokesperson Don. DeRIGGI - explains his opposition to exclusion of USSR personnel.] USSR said filing formal protest with State Department; Glen Cove's demands which have to be met before restrictions will be lifted outlined on screen. [PARENTE - notes enforcement of ban.]
REPORTER: Morton Dean

Dean, Morton;
Rather, Dan

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