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(Studio) Jaqueline Kennedy Onassis and Ethel Kennedy attend memorial services at Arlington National Cemetery for Senator Robert Kennedy, who was assassinated 4 years ago during California primary. Former 1st Lady visits theater dedicated to her late husband.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith
(DC) When John F. Kennedy Center for performIng Arts officially opened 9 mos. ago, Jaqueline Kennedy Onassis was not there. Last night she arrived for first time to see memorial to late husband, and hear Mass she commissioned Leonard Bernstein to write for it's opening. She whispers approval of center to its chairperson, Roger Stevens. REPORTER: Virginia Sherwood
(Arlington National Cemetery) 2 Kennedy widows attend memorial services for John and Robert Kennedy. Ethel Kennedy, still on crutches from skiing accident, watched her children perform in memorial folk mass for their father Robert Kennedys visit John's grave also: widow Jaqueline, daughter Caroline, brother Edward
REPORTER: Bob Clark
- Clark, Bob;
- Smith, Howard K.
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