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Nixon #255450

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 10, 1978
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(Studio) Report on Richard Nixon's stop in Dallas for reception en route to Mississippi for speech.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Dallas, Texas) Details given about Nixon's appearance at airport reception in Dallas. Failure to attend by new Republican Governor-elect William Clements and reelec. Senator John Tower, who were rptdly. on vacation, noted. [NIXON - mentions that he couldn't again be elected president because 22nd amendment to Constitution forbids election to president more than twice. Reports that granddaughter Jenny Eisenhower is doing well, daughter Tricia expects baby in March and Mrs. Nixon is completely recovered.] Nixon's private visit in Shreveport, LA, and Veterans Day speech in Mississippi, mentioned.
REPORTER: Travis Lynn

Cronkite, Walter;
Lynn, Travis

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