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Plains, Georgia #47798

ABC Evening News for Monday, Mar 21, 1977
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(Studio) Changes in President Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia, noted.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Plains, Georgia) [MUSICIAN - sings song.] [AUCTIONEER - sells land.] Land sales around Plains noted; people from far away as IN come to sales. Land surrounded Carter's sister's home; was sold by W.O. Cochran. Commercialism has hit Plains. [WOMAN - they don't try to cheat people.] [TOUR GUIDE - points out Miss Lillian's home.] Problems of commercialism noted; people stop at Billy Carter's service station hoping to see him.] Mrs. Ida Lee Timmerman is 87 and now fears to go to town. [TIMMERMAN - doesn't feel safe crossing streets, and it's not fun any more.]
REPORTER: James Walker

Reasoner, Harry;
Walker, James

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