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Thanksgiving / Honduras / Beirut Survivors #527672

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 24, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Honduras) Thanksgiving dinner here for orphans and other children by military featured; films shown. [Chief warrant officer Eba WEBER - explains her and husband's desire to adopt child here.] [sergeant Bob GENOVESE, SP-4 Carol STEWART - note emotional boost for troops.] [sergeant Miguel ORTIZ, sergeant William JUNIEL - agree.] [CHILD - considers meaning of Thanksgiving.]
REPORTER: David Hazinski

(Miami, Florida) Beirut bombing survivor sergeant Pablo Arroyo's observance of Thanksgiving in light of Beirut incident featured. [ARROYO - feels victims should be praised, not survivors.] Death and injury toll from October bombing of Marine compound in Beirut recalled; films shown. [Survivor Corporal John LaRUE - is happy.] [Three weeks ago, sergeant Shepard WALKER - hopes to bed home for Thanksgiving.] [Today, WALKER - considers purpose of United States role in Lebanon.]
REPORTER: Dennis Murphy

Reporter(s):
Brokaw, Tom;
Hazinski, David;
Murphy, Dennis
Duration:
00:03:30

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