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(Studio) Army reported receiving remains of American MIA (missing in action) s from Vietnam war; V.J. Day mentioned.
REPORTER: Ted Koppel
(Canmer, Kentucky) Vietnam war remains returned to United States thought containing those of Arthur Thomas Finney; his hometown's response featured. [Eursie SULLIVAN - notes Finney's fame here.] His background in Korean and Vietnam wars recalled; photos shown. [Chester DEVINE - praises Finney.] [Larry ROGERS - explains town's intentions to honor Finney.] Specific tributes described. [high school principal Jerry RALSTON - notes response of contributors.] [Lizzie CRADDOCK - doesn't feel town can repay Finney.]
REPORTER: Jerry King
- King, Jerry;
- Koppel, Ted
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