The mood here is that the Shah will stay at least to Thursday when he's scheduled to meet former President Gerald Ford who'll be in town.
Exterior of house
Photograph of Prince Reza Pahlavi
Bodyguards walking in garden
Prince Ali Reza and Princess Leila in the garden
Lubbock Inn exterior, housing Iranian officials
Air force plane flying in air
Repeat of the first 17 feet
Plane taxiing in Egypt
Sadat and wife walking
Shah being welcomed
Shah watching guards of honour with Sadat
Shah and Sadat
Boat moving along the river to hotel where the Shah is staying which is only accessible only by water
The Shah's mother-in-law and three of his children switched planes at McQuire air force base in New Jersey late last night.
The Princes' stay in Lubbock has been relatively peaceful so far. There has been only one anti-Shah demonstration in six months
Air force officials said he was flying with his class again today. N.B.C. News Texas
There was all the usual pomp but underneath an awareness this is probably the Shah's first stop on his road to exile.
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Background: The mood here is that the Shah will stay at least to Thursday when he's scheduled to meet former President Gerald Ford who'll be in town. Then on to America for this once-powerful monarch who quite possibly today became a man without a country. David - N.B.C. News Aswan Egypt.'