Resettlement of Refugees From Cuba
With new arrivals dally swelling the number of Cuban refugees in Miami, public and private agencies concerned with their plight are putting on a determined drive to resettle as many of the newcomers as possible in other parts of the country. The Cuban Refugee Emergency Center in Miami is appealing for local sponsors outside Florida who would be willing to provide housing and jobs for Cuban families until they can become self-supporting. Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare Abraham A, Ribicoff, who administers the federal government's Cuban refugee aid program, is expected to carry this appeal to the Conference of Mayors when it meets at Miami Beach, May 13–16.
As hope fades for an early overthrow of the Communist regime in ...