ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 09, 1975
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(Studio) Busing issue still hot in Boston, Massachusetts. Busing opponents seize hotel suite rented by Governor Kevin White. Leave suite, though mayors' conference does not consider busing issue. Scarcity of busing, desegregation problems in cities noted by White. Big problem is money.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(Boston, Massachusetts) Mayors' problems noted. New York mayor Abraham Beame said conf. favorite. Federal aid generates clash between White House and cities. [U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Carla HILLS - speaks negatively with regard to city aid from federal government] President Ford declines to visit conference Some mayors invited to talk to Ford at White House [San Francisco Mayor Joseph ALIOTO - comments with regard to White House visit.] Senator Hubert Humphrey gets big hand urging mayors to continue seeking federal aid.
REPORTER: Gregory Jackson
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