People, Aug. 22, 1977

The headcount of Carters at the White House is going down by one. Second son Chip Carter, 27, is moving out in a trial separation from his wife Caron, who will stay on with the couple's five-month-old son James Earl Carter IV. Chip will return to Plains to work in the family's peanut warehouse. His dad was already vacationing down on the farm. The President angled for catfish, had breakfast with Miss Lillian in her pond house and inspected peanut, corn and watermelon fields. To while away the steamy Georgia afternoon, he invited the army of reporters camping out in Americus...

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