Blow Out

I did ask the governor his impression
so far of this year's Liberty Day Jubilee.

He said he was honoured to be here
and plans to attend the parade and the
ringing of the new bell on Saturday night.

He felt it a shame the Liberty Bell
had been silenced for so long.


He looked forward to a new voice
of liberty throughout the land.

The governor is now greeting friends and
will be enjoying a meal in the ballroom.

But his people have told us
that he will speak to us after that meal.


I'm Frank Donahue. "Eye on the City"
News, Bellevue Stratford.

Thank you, Frank.
We'll be getting back to you later on.

Meanwhile, in other news,
a teacher's strike...



Let's take a walk
along the river here.

Mm. Nice.
- David, look. Someone's on the bridge.
- Let's not worry about that.

- He's staring right at us.
- Who cares?

- I care.
- Betsy.

- I don't wanna stay here. Let's go.
- Yeah, OK.

- What is he doing?
- I don't know.

- What is he, a Peeping Tom?
- Oh, who cares? Let's walk down there.