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Guam / South Vietnam Refugees / United States Temporary Homes #482420

NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 25, 1975
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(Studio) American government asks Philippine government to relax some restrictions placed on Vietnam refugees. Guam now being used as main processing center for refugees.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Guam) No. of refugees grows every day. Guam's government hopes Vietnam refugees won't remain permanently here; would tax facilities on Guam unmercifully.
REPORTER: Mike Jackson

(Studio) Washington, DC denies number of refugees to run into hundreds of thousands. NBC learns 9 military bases in United States to be used as temporary homes for refugees, once they reach US.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Camp Roberts, California) California authorities not happy about displaced Vietnam arriving at Travis AFB. [California health department Mario OBLEDO - urges that no refugees be accepted till definitive plans proposed by government] California Governor Ed Brown also calls for such a plan. Camp Roberts, California, among bases to house refugees temporarily.

Chancellor, John;
Jackson, Mike;
Neal, Roy

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