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Lebanon #280634

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Oct 24, 1982
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(Studio) Presence of Israeli war planes over Beirut as mourning period for assassinated president-elect Bashir Gemayel ends reported United States envoy Morris Draper said returning to region to resume talks on troop withdrawal.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Beirut, Lebanon) Activities of United States Marines stationed here examined; films shown. [MARINE - notes boring aspect of duty.] Fox Company's experience featured. [MARINE - notes limits placed on their involvement in fighting.] United States Navy show, attended by Italians, shown; Bob Hope and Playboy Bunnies mentioned.
REPORTER: Larry Pintak

Dean, Morton;
Pintak, Larry

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