The Bogota Conference in Columbia. U.S. Secretary of State George C Marshall arrives with other officers. The officers walk towards a building. They enter the building. The officers seated at a desk discuss. The conference in session. The delegate from Nicaragua speaks.
A film titled 'Candelaria: A new health system' about the health of people in La Candelaria region of Bogota, Colombia. Aerial views of a city. A cathedral and men ride bicycles in a street. A man drives a cart. Children playing, views of the city. Cars on the street. Market area: a bird sits at the edge of a fish aquarium. A family comprising of a couple and children walk on a street. People milling about a market place.
President John F Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline Kennedy being welcomed by Governor Luis Munoz Marin of Paraguay in Paraguay. Students welcome President kenndy and show banner. Formal dinner at Governor's mansion. President flies to Venezuela. Venezualan President Romulo Betancourt recieves President Kennedy at airport in Caracas. Large crowd gather to see president. President calls his wife Jacqueline to speak. She comes and addresses in Spanish. Crowd cheer. President with his wife arrives in Bogota, Colombia. Dignitaries receive President Kennedy. President sitting with others at dining table during State Dinner.
The fourth presidential election debate held between Democratic nominee Senator John F. Kennedy and Republican nominee U.S. Vice President Richard Nixon in New York, United States on 21st October 1960. ABC news correspondent Quincy Howe speaks during the fourth Kennedy-Nixon presidential debate. He speaks that the candidates would answer and comment upon questions put by these four correspondents: Frank Singiser of Mutual News, John Edwards of ABC News, Walter Cronkite of CBS News and John Chancellor of NBC News. Frank Singiser puts the first question to Vice President Nixon. He asks Nixon the way he would handle Fidel Castro's regime and prevent establishment of Communist governments in the Western Hemisphere and why his policy is better for peace and security of the United States in the Western Hemisphere. Nixon answers that Senator Kennedy's policies and recommendations for the handling of Castro regime are dangerously irresponsible recommendations that he's made during the course of this campaign. Nixon speaks that what Senator Kennedy recommends is that the U.S. government should give help to exiles and to those within Cuba who oppose Castro regime, provided they are anti-Batista. Nixon says the United States have five treaties with Latin America, including the one setting up the Organization of American States in Bogota in 1948, in which the U.S. has agreed not to intervene in the internal affairs of any other American country. He further says that if the U.S. follows recommendations of Senator Kennedy then the country would probably be condemned in the United Nations and it would result in an open invitation to Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev to come into Latin America and to engage the U.S. in a civil war. He speaks about quarantining Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro by cutting off trade and diplomatic relations with Cuba.
President of Venezuela and Colombia meet in Cucuta, Colombia. Special Air craft arrives at Cucuta, Colombia. President of Venezuela Marcos Perez Jimenez arrives. President of Colombia Gustavo Rojas Pinilla welcomes President of Venezuela.
A film about the health programs for people in Candelaria, Colombia. Map of South America depicts the location of Colombia. A map of Columbia locates Candelaria. Views of the town. People seated in a public park. Women around a truck as boxes are unloaded from it. Girls walk down a street. A woman with her child. School girls with a nun. Children play on a street. A woman speaks as a boy stands next to her. Children play on a street.