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Grand Ole Opry #475661

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 17, 1974
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(Studio) Mrs. Pat Nixon passes up church service this a.m. because of touch of flu. Mrs. Nixon ended Latin American tour yesterday, flying to Nashville, Tennessee, to join husband for dedication of new home for Grand Ole Opry.
REPORTER: Douglas Kiker

(Nashville, Tennessee) [NIXON - says American's future peace to depend on character and love of cntry.; country music represents these things.] Cntry. music performer Roy Acuff and President have fun with yoyo. [NIXON - says he'll learn how to yoyo if Acuff will go up and be President] Festivities shown. President plays "God Bless American" for audience.
REPORTER: Robert Goralski (videotape WSM-TV)

Kiker, Douglas

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