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Faubus #494362

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 06, 1977
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(Studio) When Orval Faubus was governor of Arkansas, he refused to integrate Little Rock's Central HS, in defiance of Supreme Court, and President Eisenhower had to send Army troops to open school. Now he must work to make ends meet, despite pension.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Huntsville, Arkansas) (Film shown.) [FAUBUS - must protect citizens of Little Rock.] Faubus' present means of support noted; he works as bank teller in Huntsville, Arkansas. [FAUBUS - notes rises in prices.] Faubus says he likes working in Huntsville and job is useful. [FAUBUS - talks re: attitude to people.] Former governor is writing book with regard to political experiences.
REPORTER: Mike Jackson

Brinkley, David;
Jackson, Mike

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