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NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 18, 1975
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(Studio) Provisional Revolutionary Govt. tells workers at Tan Son Nhut airport to go back to work. Associated Press reports 2 dozen Americans, 150 South Koreans and 200 Filipinos left behind in South Vietnam. 50,000 South Vietnam refugees on Guam. Governor Ricardo Bardello feels they deserve all help they can get.
REPORTER: John Hart

(Camp Orote, Guam) Sense of well-being won't be here long. Rainy season overdue. [Commander Admiral Steve MORRISON - says would take people to emergency shelter. We'd lose tent camp.] Camps sprayed daily to prevent disease. Few deaths. Newborn babies are United States citizens. Only 1000 per day moved out of camp.
REPORTER: Lew Allison

Reporter(s):
Allison, Lew;
Hart, John
Duration:
00:03:10

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