Hurricane Hilda strikes the Carolinas in the United States. Wind blows with a speed of more than 70 miles an hour. Houses and trees withstand the hurricane. Policemen rescue few civilians trapped in the hurricane winds.
The Sleek Ones: Auto Show Unveils What's To Come shows various latest models of cars being displayed at the 1965 International Automobile Show in New York City. A live Jaguar animal lays near a Jaguar car on display. A 1965 Griffith Series 200 on display, featuring a checker paint job. Cars from Rover, Bentley, Jaguar, Triumph, Austin Cooper, and other manufacturers are displayed. Cars with special features for movie productions are also displayed, including one with a rotating license plate and a signal light that opens to reveal a gun barrel. Rolls Royce from the film The Yellow Rolls Royce on display. A Cord 8/10 convertible vehicle on display.
Arnold Daniel Palmer on a golf course in the United States. Arnold Daniel Palmer, a golf player and enlisted in U.S. Coast Guard, hits a shot in the golf club, and stands on the golf course. Arnold Palmer talks about United States Coast Guard Academy. A sign reads : 'Director of Admissions, United States Coast Guard Academy New London, Connecticut 06320'.
Dumping of radioactive material into the Atlantic Ocean. USS Calhoun County (LST-519) anchored at a port in New Jersey, United States. The American flag flies aboard the ship. Drums of atomic waste lined up on the deck of the ship. A map with a place marked on it. The map depicts the area in the Atlantic Ocean (seemingly off the coast of the Carolinas), where the atomic waste is to be disposed. Closer view of map shows writing, "Com Three Disposal Area" and a 2000 foot depth indication.
A film titled: 'Battle Stations' on the Coast Guardsmen and United States Coast Guard Women's Reserve (SPARS). The Coast Guardsmen fighting on the battlefront in the European Theater during the World War II. Various citations and medals of honor for the Coast Guards who died while fighting for their country. The Coast Guards marching in formation. Two Coast Guards holding U.S. flag and the flag of USCG lead the parade. Other Coast Guards hold rifles. Coast guard cutters underway at sea. A man aboard the ship watching the enemy actions through binoculars. Other man talking on radio. Smoke from explosions in the area. Dead bodies of the Coast Guards who died in the war in caskets wrapped with U.S. flags. Other Coast Guards standing nearby and salute. Recruitment of women for the job of Coast Guards in the United States. Women taking oaths. The new recruits walking towards a building with their personal belongings for their training. Women in barracks. They ride bicycles and stand at attention on the ground. Women perform drill on the ground. An aircraft parked on air base. A woman walking nearby. The woman standing in front of the building.
The Pan American Highway Commission officials received by Cameron A. Morrison, Governor of North Carolina. Governor Morrison and the delegates pose for a photo on steps of a building. The commission visits the Highway Equipment Depot near Raleigh and inspects the machinery. They proceed towards University of North Carolina. Traffic signs and direction boards on road sides. University of North Carolina college students give a cheer and greet the group. The commission buses, cars, motorcycles and motorcycles with sidecars are seen traveling on highway roads in North Carolina. The commission members observe road machinery and try out the machines including early tractors, graders, scrapers, and plows, trench diggers, and steam shovels. Two delegate members ride in the bucket of a steam shovel. They halt at the newly completed Wilcox Bridge spanning the Yadkin River near Spencer, North Carolina. A view of the caravan on the open-spandrel (open support system) Wilcox Bridge over the Yadkin River and then in a North Carolina town. The group entering Bessemer city in North Carolina, where a welcome banner spans the roadway.