Education: School Bus

Widow Jennie Smith's four youngsters, aged 9 to 16, and 35 other Florida farm children were packed in their school bus when it reached the end of its outward route one morning last week. There one pupil's parent had built a special turnaround, so the bus would not have to cross the Atlantic Coast Line tracks on its way back to Crescent City's elementary school. But the morning was so foggy that D. R. Niles, the 65-year-old bus driver, kept to the road. He had just put the bus's front wheels on the...

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