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Reagan Homecoming #516148

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 11, 1981
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(Studio) President Reagan's discharge from George Washington Univ. Hospital reported; his parting remarks quoted.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(DC) Reagan's discharge and security at hospital noted; films shown. [Dr. Dennis O'LEARY - praises his condition.] White House photograph shown; President's statement to hospital staff reported Nancy Reagan and daughter Patti Davis said accompanying President home. [REAGAN - says he feels good; comments on arriving home.] Reason for aides selecting different limousine mentioned; White House reception for President shown. Mary Bonner Baker, daughter of chief of staff James Baker, shown greeting Reagan; President's immediate plans outlined. Reagan said visiting Press Secretary James Brady in near future; Brady's continued progress noted.
REPORTER: Bill Lynch

Lynch, Bill;
Savitch, Jessica

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