CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 30, 1976
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(Studio) Fighting conts. in Lebanon; more Arab peace-keeping forces arrive in Sidon and many Lebanese going toward Israel for medical help and supplies.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(Israel/Lebanon Border) Israel now allowing South Lebanon people to get supplies. Reporter notes supplies Lebanese buy come from Israeli towns once shelled by Lebanon-based Arab guerrillas. Lebanese money accepted at Israeli banks; barter system also being used. Friendly relations began in Israeli health stations set up on border to minister to Christian and Moslem alike. Trade not significant in money, but this is first time for direct commercial contact between Arab country and Israel.
REPORTER: Bruno Wassertheil
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