United States Women's Open Golf Championship at Baltusrol Golf Club, New Jersey. Golf players hit ball with golf club on a golf course. Spectators watch the game. Mickey Wright, American professional golfer and winner of Women's Open 1958 and 1959 hits the ball. Mickey Wright wins the United States Women's Open Golf Championship and is greeted by another golf player. Mickey Wright smiles.
Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev on a visit to the United States. Exterior of the Soviet Embassy in Washington DC. People at a formal banquet hosted by Mrs. And Mr. Khrushchev. U.S. Vice President Richard Nixon and his wife arrive for the banquet. U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower and his wife also arrive. They pose with dignitaries. Khrushchev in a railroad towards New York. Soviet Ambassador to the U.S. Mikhail A. Menshikov and U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union Llewellyn E. Thompson with him. The train rushes past rivers, farms, factories, towns and market places. We see his train passing through a station in Newark New Jersey. Mr. Khrushchev waves to people from the window of the train. Khrushchev's motorcade escorted by police escorts rolls through the streets in New York. People on the side of the streets to watch. Mr. Khrushchev addresses people at mayor's luncheon. He talks about peace and relations between the Soviet Union and the U.S. People applaud. New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller welcomes him.
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.
Launch of the National Foundation's expanded 1959 Program for Victories Beyond Polio in New York. Children suffering from Polio,Arthritic disease and birth disease at the launch of National Foundation's expanded 1959 Program. They move on crutches and wheel chair. Women stand behind them. Women hold posters.
Fidel Castro visits New York City, April 15, 1959, and gives a speech to large crowd in New York's Central Park. Back in Cuba, revolutionaries show officials and members of the press, a prison cell and injuries suffered by a former prisoner. They display instruments of torture used by the Batista regime. Colonel Cornelio Rojas, Chief of Police in Santa Clara, is seen in jail cell. He is walked under guard by revolutionaries and stands against a wall before a firing squad who execute him on orders of Ernesto "Che" Guevara. Revolutionaries bringing charges against Batista officials. People testify against them. Accused Lieutenant Enrique Despaigne Noret appears before a judgment panel. He is later seen, handcuffed, stepping from a vehicle at San Juan Hill,Santiago de Cuba, January 12, 1959. He stands before a firing squad and is allowed to write something on a paper. He is then shot and falls into a ditch or grave behind him.
Post-war home front activities in New Jersey, United States, shortly after the end of World War II. Locomotive train running on railroad tracks through the main street center of Passaic New Jersey. The Great Falls of the Passaic River is seen (now part of the Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park) with a power generating facility in the foreground. Views of various industries in the Passaic area, some deriving power from the falls. Factory workers seen outside a large industrial factory as they enter it. Narrator notes that the factories are being converted to peace time production. Women seen working in a textile mill. View of bolts of cloth, sewing, and looms. Steel mill activities. A factory making wood veneer or cardboard or thick paper. A man operates an industrial machine. Women sew clothes. Workers work on machines. View of street signs, buildings, pedestrians, and traffic with 1940s era automobiles and buses at the intersection of Broad Street and Market Street, in the Four Corners District of Newark, New Jersey. Narrator describes it as the 3rd most busy intersection in the world. Boats in Lake Hopatcong. A boat launch area at the lake and some people on the lake shore. A woman wearing a swimming cap dives into the lake from a dock.