A Football match between the Oklahoma Sooners and the Kansas Jayhawkers in Lawrence. Players tussle for the ball on the field. Referee amidst the players. Crowd cheers. A band among the spectators. The Sooners beat the Jayhawks with a score of 33-13.
The Kansas Relay in Lawrence, Kansas. Athletes sprint down a track to win the 1500 meter Kansas Relay in Lawrence, Kansas. Glenn Cunningham wins the event in front of 10,000 enthusiastic audiences.
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.
A Cherokee Native American Indian baby is named the Princess of America in Lawrence, Kansas. Women holding their babies. Native American Indian baby Jenora Hooper, of Cherokee tribe, is named the Princess of America. Indian girls posing.
Air pollution in the metropolitan city area of Kansas, United States. View of Kansas City skyline on clear day and on smoggy day. Vehicles move on the streets. View of jet airliner taking off, emiting smoke. View of Kansas center city. An animated map shows seven Counties that differ in terms of land use, industrialization and economic activities in Missouri and Kansas. Kansas City Municipal and Fairfax airports, with aircraft taxiing. Aerial view of the airport areas with smog visible. View of bridges with factories behind barely visible through the smog. Rural road, with open burning of refuse in a large fire, with black smoke rising. Smoke rising from low building and from Large industrial plant. Aerial view of Kansas City from over the river,. with smoke obscuring the scene. Aerial view of smoke and pollution blanketing the whole area. Industrial plants along the river edge billowing smoke. The representatives of Kansas and Missouri present findings of the airport area survey during a conference. Animated illustrations of pollution sources: refuse burning; industrial processes; fuel combustion; and mobile sources.
Audio only. 'This I Believe', Radio Network Program. Essay on an insurance executive, Morton T Jones. He was in the insurance business all his life. After graduating from the University of Missouri and serving in World War I, he joined his father and brothers at the RB Jones and Sons Insurance firm. He then became the managing director of the same firm. In 1929, with other businessmen he organized the Kansas City Fire and Marine Insurance Company. Morton also served as President of the Kansas City Chamber of Commerce. He talks about his role as a businessman and a church song that helps him deal with his daily problems. He states his firm belief in God and how that faith and wisdom guides him. He also talks about the importance of the human element in companies and quotes Winston Churchill.