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Carter's Day In Plains #250376

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 13, 1977
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(Studio) Carter's Sunday in Plains, Georgia, reported.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Plains, Georgia) Carter attends Plains Baptist Church; tourists noted. Carter questioned with regard to Andrew young statement that Henry Kissinger had abandoned Rhodesian problem to British. [CARTER - gives his explanation of matter, noting Gerald Ford and Henry Kissinger's actions and this being election year] Church votes to ban cameras during Sunday school and church services. [Plains Baptist Church Pastor Bruce EDWARDS - says people are tired of all the commotion. Agrees with reporter that present vote is related to earlier matter of bringing blacks into the church.] Carter helicopters to Macon, thence to Washington, DC by plane; will return in 1 month
REPORTER: Robert Pierpoint

Dean, Morton;
Pierpoint, Robert

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