NBC Evening News for Monday, Sep 30, 1968
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(Studio) Mediator, Arthur Goldberg asks New York City police, firemen and garbage men to postpone strikes and slowdowns set for Tuesday police agree. New York City teachers back at work after union and city agree on reinstatement of 10 teachers at Brooklyn school.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley
(NYC) Police surround junior Mississippi 271. Only ones allowed through barricade are teachers, students and people with legitimate business in area. No protesters. City and union observers make sure teachers allowed to teach. [Local governing board Reverend C. Herbert OLIVER - says doesn't believe teachers should be coming back. No right to come back. Too many youth have had education blighted by teachers like this.] City imposes settlement on community.
REPORTER: Sidney Lazard
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