CBS Evening News for Thursday, Mar 15, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Eureka, MT) Anti-nuclear war group's organization of Families for Peace, aimed at communicating with peers in USSR , examined; members April Hayne and Christine Hedeck cited as exs. [Project organization Earl MOLANDER - explains purpose of project.] Eureka, MT, noted recing. answer from Rebrikha, USSR ; details given, photos shown. [WOMAN - notes Soviet town's similar concerns.] [WOMAN - reads letter.] [Dave FRENCH - reads letter.] [Patti Kinchilow's STUDENTS - discuss project.] [MAN - cites benefits of communication.]
REPORTER: Barry Petersen
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