Lines of vehicles wait at PX Service Station in Hawaii due to energy crisis or gas crisis in Hawaii. Number of cars stand waiting in long queues for gasoline at fuel station. Cars fueled at a gasoline station. 'Super Shell' and 'Shell Regular' written on the fueling stations. Worker fuels up cars. Board reads 'Hawaii Regional Service Station', 'Sorry 10 Gallons Limit' reflecting gas rationing. Traffic on street. Military Police car. Civilian directs traffic.
Ominous clouds in sky during Super Outbreak of tornadoes in April 1974 that hit regions in many states, including Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, and New York; and the Canadian province of Ontario. Xenia Ohio city manager Bob Stewart seen talking to his wife. A man checks storm on radar during a tornado in United States. A man rolls a machine to other room. During recording, a man shows areas that come in tornado's range. Sheriff dispatcher gives warning to all police and sheriff personnel about the sighted tornado in Montgomery County. Dick Burroughs on phone at Miami Valley Disaster Services in Dayton Ohio. A freigh train entering Xenia, Ohio just as tornado, scene via a student's 8mm camera comes into view and bears down on Xenia Ohio. Tornado hits the city of Xenia. Reenactment as city manager's wife takes call from him warning of tornado and she heads for basement cover. U.S. Air Force dispatches emergency medical convoy from grounds of base hospital at Wright Patterson Field. View of medical staff from the base mobilizing with ambulances and heavy construction battalion. Box 21, an emergency group responds to siren. People gather and discuss their plan include Military Personnel. A man explains situation. Rescuers save victims from tornado and take away dead bodies to temporary morgues.
A man on radio during tornado in southern United States. A man looks into the map with others. Scenes of tornado. Sheet-covered dead bodies of children and their mother found. Their father cries. Medical personnel from Red Cross. A Red Cross woman talks. Blood donors donating blood. A siren blows. Scenes of mass destruction from tornado. A woman talks on microphone. Aerial views of tornado destruction in Huntsville Alabama, Louisville Kentucky, and Xenia Ohio seen. Injured woman speaks. National Guardsman's van on road. Worker with bulldozer near scene of a gas main break and fire. Water gushes from broken water main.
Flags fluttering on the main building of I.A.D.C. (Inter-American Defense College) at Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, DC . View of flags from different angles. Adjoining building (number 54) is shown, with different views of the main building. 24 June 1974.
Scenes of Tornadoes in the U.S. during a Super Outbreak in early April 1974, when a series of tornadoes struck numerous states including Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, and New York; and the Canadian province of Ontario. A man receives a call at a radio station during tornado in United States. He goes to door and see outside. He comes back and gives warning on radio. Message received at local emergency center. A man announces warning. A helicopter flies and relays report of tornado sightings from flying helicopter. A man talks on phone giving sighting reports. A meter indicates wind speed. View of tornado bearing down on Louisville Kentucky downtown buildings after having hit state fairgrounds. A cameraman takes video. A man talks at National Warning System. A man points location of tornado on a map. Various departments having meetings. Police jeep on road. Scenes of Tornado. People carry dead ones on stretcher and in hands.
Clip shows opening slate and contains audio only. No visual images. U.S. President Richard Nixon at a photo opportunity with the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) in Washington DC, United States on 21st February, 1974. A boy scout speaks about the activities of the boy scouts in the recent years. President Richard Nixon is presented with a collection of coins. President Nixon speaks during the occasion. He speaks about character building, boy scouts joining the armed forces and progress of the boy scouts. He thanks the boy scouts for the honor and for the invitation to their Jamboree and regrets that he cannot attend, but says he is glad he does not have to go on a 50 mile hike. He invites them on a tour of the White House.