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School Opening / Busing #218957

CBS Evening News for Monday, Aug 30, 1971
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(Studio) Busing plans begin as many schools open.

(Jefferson City, Alabama) [School principal Fred WARD - reads federal court order on school registration to students.] Parents protest busing at Concord Elementary School; [Bill SKINNER - says will continue bringing children to school closest to home until registered.] [School superintendent J. Revis HALL - says will use trespass law to make sure school system not interfered with.]
REPORTER: David Dick

(Studio) Situation confusing for West Palm Beach, Florida students.

(W. Palm Beach, Florida) Busing of 25,000 students causes confusion. [Unidentified PARENTS - express opinions concerning 1st day of new busing plan.] Parents, bus drivers, students confused by busing plan.
REPORTER: Del Vaughn

Dick, David;
Hart, John;
Vaughn, Del

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