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Mideast / Fighting #450777

NBC Evening News for Monday, Apr 20, 1970
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(Studio) Israeli jets bomb Egyptian Suez position retaliating for wkend. Egyptian raids. Border report
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

(Israel) Kibbutz shelled frequently; rds. mined; bldgs. rebuilt stronger; American couple moves from New York City to border Kibbutz; shelled town safer than NYC; life more decent; Kibbutz strong; well-protected. [Alan GROVEMAN - believes former job teaching in Bronx more dangerous than border Kibbutz; moved to find better place to raise child.] [Mrs. GROVEMAN - says child becomes more independent at Kibbutz.]
REPORTER: George Montgomery

Huntley, Chet;
Montgomery, George

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