Evening Compass broadcast
Original Airdate: 9/5/1975
Item Type: newstape - aircheck
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Description : Abstract
Evening Compass newscast. Paul Solman reports on police training at the Boston Police Academy in preparation for phase II desegregation: the story features Bill MacDonald (Boston Police Department), John Dow (Boston Police Department), and James Feeney (Boston Police Department); Frederick Conley (Boston Police Department) comments on training films of an antiwar protest at BU and an anti-busing demonstration at South Boston High in 1974. Judy Stoia interviews Eileen Sweeney (student, South Boston High School) on her decision not to boycott school this year. Gary Griffith analyzes the campaign ads of mayoral candidate Joseph Timilty. David Wilson (columnist, Boston Globe) comments on the assassination attempt on Gerald Ford. James Goodsell (Latin American correspondent, Christian Science Monitor) comments on the political situations in Peru, Ecuador, and Argentina. Nancy Pomerene gives a humorous commentary on the similar names of Boston political candidates. End credits reflect personnel working on all Evening Compass shows for the week.
Creator : Executive Producer
Robert E. Ferrante
Creator : Producer
Charles C. Stuart
Contributor : Director
Charles C. Stuart
Contributor : Reporter
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Subject : Keywords
Busing for school integration - Boycotts
Busing for school integration - Police
Busing for school integration - Students
Electioneering (Political campaigns)
South Boston High School
Subject : Personal Names
Subject : Corporate Names (Organization names)
Boston Police Department
Subject : Geographic Locations
South Boston (Boston, Mass.)
Type : Genre
News - Television
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