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Bus Drivers (TlaY Be in Line
Nine busses commute an average of U71 students from a
one-and-a-half-to-eight~mile radius of B.H.G. each dayo
A few words leaking from the principal's office f?p3a^s‘
of a raise in salary for school bus drivers.
On the question of the bus drivers* salaries,^Principal
M» W, Weaver comments^ ’’There is talk - of raising ohe
salary |2.50, but that will be decided at the next meet
ing of the State Legislature," A*- present their salary
is ^p20 monthly.
Within the past month state patrolmen have been making
the bus routes with the drivers in order to give safety
suggestions about each driver’s personal problems and
also to reduce stops. Bus officials have also put a stop
to getting off the busses for short snacks.
There are 23 students in school with bus drivers
permits. . x x•
Here is a chart relating a few of the detailed statxs-
A certain 11th ■ grade'stu
dent thinks a hornet em
blem would look attractive
on Mr. Weaver's gray suit.
tics of each
Wayne B, Finch
Bus driver WAYNE FINCH says
flo G f
Is Too Eaborote
ted by rust from the bars on the seats.
Bus drivers commenting on
their passengers' conver
sations is something like
’’They don't talk, they
hollo," and "They 'talk
about my driving," or "The
students yap about where
they went last night."
Substitute drivers con
stantly waiting and want
ing to drive over a bus
route, h-amorous, loud, and
harsh remarks from student
passengers and the finan
cial thrill of that month
ly check are a few of the
things making bus driving
or riding on a bus a
school activity within
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PRIVETTE &■ TAPP