Card advertising a television program called The Cuban Confusion, circa 1960s

Card advertising a television program called The Cuban Confusion, circa 1960s

Transcript

THE CUBAN CONFUSION

Refugees from Cuba are pouring into South Floirda at a rate of more than 1,000 per week. To date, more than 80,000 of them have arrived. Their presence is breeding some trouble and a great deal of disagreement, centering mainly on two points: what kind of effect are the refugees having on Miami... and what should be done with them? "PROJECT 4" reports on the changes being wrought in Florida and the nation by "The Cuban Confusion."

JANUARY 11 AT 10:30 P.M.

INDEPENDENT LIFE

And Accident Insurance Co.

HERALD LIFE INSURANCE CO.

WJXT

AT Broadcast House

Source

State Archives of Florida: Series S325, Box 02, Folder 3

Description

Card advertising a television program entitled "The Cuban Confusion" about the Cuban refugee situation in Miami. The program addressed the effect of the Cuban in-migration on Miami and the question of what should be done in the future. The program was scheduled for January 11, [1961] at 10:30pm on WJXT. It was sponsored by the Independent Life and Accident Insurance Company and the Herald Life Insurance Company.