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Middle E. War / Jordan / Golan Heights / Sinai #226124

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 09, 1973
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(Studio) Israel allegedly gives Jordan ultimatum re; Palestinian guerrillas stationed in south Lebanon. Israeli troops allegedly cross into Jordan not far from Golan Heights.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Golan Heights) Israel and Syria continue fighting in Heights. Israeli Air Force appears in complete air control over Golan Heights. [Regimental CMDR. - believes Israelis to finish war quickly and return home soon.] Many soldiers come from United States. [United States born soldier Jerry NEUGEBUREN - believes Israel has no choice but to fight and soldiers must serve cntry.] [Soldier Richard STEINITZ - states everyone wants war to be over, but as Israeli citizen each man serves cntry.]
REPORTER: John Laurence

(London, England) Syrian citizens see television film of fighting, obviously depicting Syrian victory in Golan Heights. Syria's version of fighting outlined.

(Studio) Fighting along Sinai front between Israel and Egypt reported.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Qantara, near Suez) Israel claims Egypt not penetrating Sinai as deeply as predicted. Fighting occurs along Qantara. Israeli soldier reacts to battle plans along Suez Canal.
REPORTER: Bert Quint

(Studio) Cairo refuses to release film, but Egyptians claim victory in Sinai over Israel in tank battle. Egyptian foreign minister states air raid occurs in Cairo, Egypt.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Cronkite, Walter;
Laurence, John;
Quint, Bert;
Simon, Bob

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