|Capitol Architectural Design Vote||Capitol Architectural Design Vote||Debate|
Capitol Architectural Design Vote
- 1970 (circa)
- This film features footage of Gov. Reubin Askew and the Executive Cabinet voting on the acceptance of Architect Stone's design for the new Florida Capitol Complex. Agriculture Commissioner Doyle Conner offers brief comments to explain his vote in opposition to the design. Additional comments from Gov. Askew follow. Produced by WFSU-TV.
|Challenge Accepted||Challenge Accepted||Debate|
Florida Supreme Court
- This film gives an overview of the State Legislature, showing opening ceremonies and swearing in of new legislators by Florida Supreme Court justices B.K. Roberts and Millard Caldwell. Viewers see speeches given at joint session with a rousing address by Governor Farris Bryant. The film describes the jobs of various members of the Legislature, showing legislators going about their daily tasks. There are scenes of bills being argued and voted on. There are scenes of Governor Bryant signing a bill and giving a press conference. There are also excerpts showing the news media of the day. There is footage of the wives' galleries and behind-the-scenes workers. The film ends with the traditional handkerchief drop, "sine die," signaling the end of session. Produced by the Florida Development Commission and Leroy Crooks.
|OUR NATION'S FUTURE||OUR NATION'S FUTURE||Anti-communism|
United States-Foreign Relations-Cuba
United States-Foreign Relations-Latin America
OUR NATION'S FUTURE
- Sen. George Smathers and Max Freedman of the Manchester Guardian appear on "Our Nation's Future," a debate program filmed before a live audience. Their topic of discussion is, "What Can Be Done About Cuba?" Sen. Smathers contests that the spread of communism must be stopped, even by the use of force if necessary. Mr. Freedman argues that, with proper handling, freedom can be returned in Cuba through negotiation and diplomacy.