CARE 'Self Help' orders for Greece typed and put in envelope in New York office. Two Americans fix a CARE clipper plow to a donkey in Greece. Greek farmers with two Americans in a field. Greek farmer plows field with CARE clipper plow. Wife of Greek farmer holds shovel. Greek farmer speaks to other farmers on field.1950.
Factory whistle blows and men entering a factory. Car chassis factory assembly line. Locomotive engineer blows train whistle and locomotive with cultivators on a flat bed car. Cultivators harvesting grain. Woman carries groceries from shop to a 1950's sedan car parked on street. View of 1950's automobile highway traffic and aerial view of highway. Eisenhower inauguration. In his speech, Eisenhower emphasizes that, "we stand ready to engage with any and all others in joint efforts to remove the causes of mutual fear and distrust among nations..." Newspaper headline 'Korean Truce Signed'. American troops disembark ship and greet family. Secretary of State Dulles with Churchill. Eisenhower and Churchill at Geneva conference, along with Kruschev. Eisenhower speaks before United Nations about efforts to form an "atom pool." He notes United States "determination to help solve the fearful atomic dilemma...." Newspaper headlines 'Eisenhower Signs Sea Way Bill'. Construction of Saint Lawrence Seaway. 'Budget' and 'tax cuts' news in newspapers, including headline, "White House ends all wage controls...." Farmer plows field with tractor. Construction of new buildings and highway system through Eisenhower programs. Views of the newly established Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Workers filing cards in giant room of file drawers and cabinets. Nurse draws vaccine into syringe. Children are vaccinated. President Eisenhower meets leaders from different countries at White House, including England's Queen Mother and King Paul, Queen Frederica of Greece, and Prime Minister St-Laurent of Canada. Eisenhower at press conference discussing disarmament notes importance of the "elimination of opportunity of surprise attack." View of fff shore towers and listening platforms and missiles to protect America from attacks. Nautilus submarine launched. Plane taking off from aircraft carrier USS Forrestal (CV-59). Formation of Northrop F-89 Scorpions in flight.
Documentary film for CARE titled 'To Help Themselves'. CARE news 'Report on Conditions' from Chief of mission in India to CARE New York office. Indian woman who is also a midwife sticks cow dung cakes on wall of a hut in a village. Young Indian girl calls on the woman to check another woman in labor. Indian midwife helps mother to deliver a baby. Mother of the baby dies and Indian midwife woman covers her up with a blanket. Farmer in Greece plows field using donkeys. Greek woman holds a shovel.1950.
Holland Flood. Stack of relief supply packets. Supply packets from CARE. Man writes Holland relief on a packet. Transport supply airplane landing in Greece. Earthquake destroyed Greek buildings. Injured Greek woman carried off. U.S. military officer in Japan looks at a stack of relief supply packets from CARE. Baby carried by mother during Korean war. People in a relief shelter. Engineers work on a plow design. Experts making a plow. Tools package from CARE. Tools for Carpenter kit. Two men put medical books in box from CARE. Two men check oxygen cylinder. CARE members in a meeting. CARE treasurer Herald Minor, CARE member Paul French and CARE president Marie Lincoln. 'Self Help' project name passed Paul French to Marie Lincoln. 'Self Help' project by CARE advertised. American family in San Francisco look at CARE advertisement.1950.
Alcohol production and taxation system: dramatization and animation. Dramatic raid of alcohol and tobacco tax division on illegal moonshine stills in a forest in the southern U.S. Officials of the Alchohol and Tobacco Tax Division of the Internal Revenue Service walk in woods. Illegal moonshiners sit in woods with rifle in hand and sacks on ground. Horse cart in the woods. Barrels of alcohol. Men fight. The officers dynamite and explode an illegal still. Animation shows the ancient time when men discovered the intoxicating effect of alcohol in different parts of world like Greece and China. Taxes on alcohol. Excess grain used by colonial government and process of making alcohol by grain. Alcohol making industry at a farm and exchange of necessary goods with alcohol. Alcohol making industry at small scale and factory of alcohol. The production of alcohol starts in1866 and reaches 15 million dollars and 90 million barrels production rate. Truck in 1950s driving into a brewery plant. View of giant cooper brewing kettles in brewery. The process of brewing beer. Production of beer is shown, with grains like barley and rice passing through machines and into brewing kettles. Alcohol as main source of revenue. Officials work at the permissive branch for administration of laws related to liquor, tobacco, cigarette paper and tubes production. Women and men sitting at desks. Women doing typing and clerical work reviewing forms and applications. Worker adds mash through a tube to a giant kettle in a distillery. In the Seagram's bourbon whiskey distillery in Louisville Kentucky, workers assemble wooden barrels, prepare flaming barrel lids for bourbon barrels, and they pound stoppers in barrels with a mallet and prepare them for shipment while an IRS inspector looks on. Government official of the IRS supervises production, packaging and labeling services in the factory. Seagram name and Louisville location seen printed on the barrels.
Riots in Greece as the British exile Cyprus Archbishop Makarios. An anti-British mob storms through Athens. Troops are called to control the mob. The mob attacks British buildings and offices and destroys British shops. The troops in army trucks arrive to control the protesters.