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Everybody Has A Story (Brooking, Or) #652456

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 21, 2001
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Brookings, OR: Steve Hartman) The story of World War II veteran Richard Kelly of Brookings, OR, who has had a three-year beef with the local public library, featured; details given of the saga behind the samurai sword encased in the library that was donated by Nobua Fujita, the Japanese submariner who bombed Oregon in 1942. [KELLY - says he was angered by the sword; recalls his war experience.] [Librarian Brenda JACQUES - says Kelly thought the sword was a shrine to the Japanese.]

Hartman, Steve;
Rather, Dan

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