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POW-MIAs / United Nations / Wives #443284

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 11, 1969
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(Studio) United States at United Nations asks other cntrys. to help persuade North Vietnam to give information on American POWs. Some MIA (missing in action) wives attend.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(NYC) Next of kin gather after meeting to learn how more information might be obtained. 3000 next of kin in US. [Mrs. Charles PARISH - says husband never seen son.] [Mrs. Myron DONALD - believes he's alive; not sure if he's well.] [Mrs. Jeanne WILBER - says write once a month on North Vietnam form letter. Have 4 children.] [Mrs. Arthur MEARNS - says people in moratorium have right to speak]
REPORTER: Dean Brelis

Brelis, Dean;
Brinkley, David

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