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The New Pilgrinternational Monetary System (Part VII) #534607

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Nov 24, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Connie Chung

(Matanzas, Mexico) Immigration of Filaberto Martinez and others from Matanzas, Mexico, to Elgin, Illinois, in quest for better life examined; films, photos shown. [Martinez's FATHER - (thru translator) didn't want son to leave.] [MARTINEZ - describes difficulty in starting new life in foreign land.] [Martha MARTINEZ - credits her quality of life and future potential to father's risk in immigrating.] No. other Matanzas families following Martinez to Elgin noted; "Jesus" success in Elqin said enabling him to return to Matanzas. Jaime's opposite experience described. [Mayor Richard VERBIC - blames growing Hispanic community on downtown's decline.] Filaberto MARTTNEZ, Junior - is proud to be both American and Mexican.] [Marta SALAZAR - explains her hopes for newborn son.]
REPORTER: Mary Nissenson

Chung, Connie;
Nissenson, Mary

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