Men speaking in the presentation of the power plant. They talk about security of environment and other issues related to the plant. Model of the plant show color scheme. Map of United States showing location of power plant at Haddam Neck, Connecticut. People riding in chairlifts and sliding in snow. A man milking cow. Teacher and students in a classroom. People playing musical instruments. Lighting runway of a airport. A helicopter taking off in front of a building with sign 'Sikorsky Aircraft, Division' of United Aircraft Corporation.
Water flowing over a long leveled stone under a covered bridge. A house with lot of greenery on its outer side. Boats in a harbor. Lighted sections in a building. Electrical towers and Power transmission and supply lines. Outdoor barbecue grilling of chicken and meat and its serving. View of a city at night. Leslie Franzos (from The Atom and Eve) singing in front of a white film projector. She is surrounded by electric appliances like refrigerator, cooking range, air conditioner, hot plate and other appliances and she dances around them wearing flowing 1960s fashions. A baby plays with toys. Animation of atomic structure. End of the presentation of Connecticut Yankee Atomic Power Company.
American people in the 1966 elections choose governors, senators and congressman. Governor Romney wins the elections in Michigan. He smiles after his victory. Charles Percy wins in Illinois. Edward Brooke wins elections in Massachusetts as the first Negro Senator ever in the U.S. history. Governor Rockefeller wins for his third term as the governor of New York. Actor Ronald Reagan after winning elections in California addresses an assembly. Mrs Lurleen Wallace after winning the elections of Alabama waves towards people along with her husband, former Governor Wallace. Oath taking of new senators and governors at an official ceremony as President Lyndon Johnson watches.
A film titled 'Churchill statue: Washington bronze honors statesman' shows Secretary of State, Dean Rusk outside the British embassy to unveil a 1500 pound bronze statue of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in Washington D.C, United States. People gather in large numbers to witness the ceremony. An honor guard was given by the combined forces, followed by Dean Rusk's address. Rusk then unveils the statute with 'Winston's famous victory gesture'.
United States Joint Chiefs of staff pose for formal portrait in Washington D.C., United States. Joint Chiefs of Staff seated at the table for a formal portrait. Officers seated at the table from the left; General Fred C. Weyand, United states Army, General David C. Jones. United States Air Force, General George S. Brown, United States Air force, Chairman Joint Chief of Staff Admiral James L. Holloway, United States Navy, General Robert E. Cushman, United states Marine Corps, Operations deputies stand in the background. Lieutenant General Donald H. Cowles, United States Army, Lieutenant Huyser, United States Air Force, Vice Admiral Train, United states Navy, Vice Admiral Tailey, United States Navy, Lieutenant General Beckington, United States Marine corps. United States Secretary of Defense, James R. Schlesinger, Deputy Secretary William P. Clements and Joint Chiefs of Staff at a conference table. Secretary Schlesinger smokes a pipe and speaks to General Brown. A man clicks a picture.
Joint Chiefs of Staff portrait in Washington D.C., United States. Joint Chiefs of Staff enter a conference room and take their seats at a table. The officers seated at the table from the left; General Fred C. Weyand, United States Army ; General David C. Jones, United States Air Force ; General George S. Brown, United States Air Force ; Chairman Joint Chief of Staff Admiral James L. Holloway , United States Navy ; General Robert E. Cushman ; United States Marine Corps. Operations deputies stand in the background. Lieutenant General Donald H. Cowles, United States Army ; Lieutenant Huyser, United States Air Force ; Vice Admiral Train, United States Navy ; Vice Admiral Tailey, United States Navy ; Lieutenant General Beckington, United States Marine Corps.