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POWs / Peace Talks / North Vietnam / Perot Gifts #3600

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 30, 1969
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(Studio) POWs discussed at Paris Peace Talks. Ambassador Philip Habib gives North Vietnam list of American MIAs and asks that POWs be identified. North Vietnam calls it "perfidious maneuver." 3 women in Paris try to learn from North Vietnam if husbands are POWs. No information Plane with Christmas gifts and supplies for POWs en route to Copenhagen and maybe on to Moscow.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Bangkok, Thailand) Plane refused permission to fly over Thailand. Director Project of Understanding, H. Ross Perot, decides to take detour to AK. Group has travelled 9 days.
REPORTER: Dick Shoemaker

(Anchorage, AK) Big pkgs. broken down for shipment in hangar. Army mbrs. help. Gifts must be delivered to Moscow by December 31. Whole world watching try to fly over Iron Curtain.
REPORTER: Dick Shoemaker

Reynolds, Frank;
Shoemaker, Dick

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