|Fifteen Years with 4-WTVJ ||Fifteen Years with 4-WTVJ ||Aerospace industry|
United States Senate
Fifteen Years with 4-WTVJ
- Host Ralph Rennick shows footage and stories that Miami TV station WTVJ collected in its first 15 years on the air. Mitchell Wolfson, co-host, founded the station, as well as Wometco Enterprises.
There are scenes of the 1951 Orange Bowl Parade, the 1951 Senate Crime Hearings in Dade County on gambling, the 1954 LeRoy Collins - Charlie Johns debate, the 1957 Cape Canaveral Satellite launching, the death of an Italian boat racer at the Orange Bowl Regatta, Castro's arrival in Havana after taking power, Hurricane Donna in 1961, Orange Bowl football, return of soldiers from the Bay of Pigs, and President John F. Kennedy's visit to Miami in 1963.
|Third Grade Class Gives Up Halloween For Disaster Victims||Third Grade Class Gives Up Halloween For Disaster Victims||Halloween|
Third Grade Class Gives Up Halloween For Disaster Victims
- Reporter Lee Mainella of the Florida News Service visits the classroom of Tallahassee third-graders at Sealey Elementary who gave up their Halloween candy and trick-or-treated for Red Cross donations to support hurricane and earthquake relief. The students, dressed in their Halloween costumes, discuss how they came up with the idea for the trick-or-treating fundraiser. They are elated when Raleigh Mackoul, the president of the state tobacco and candy association, makes a surprise candy delivery.
|fvc926||Governor Farris Bryant Press Conference||Bryant, Farris (Cecil Farris), 1914-2002|
Burns, Haydon (William Haydon), 1912-1987
Governor Farris Bryant Press Conference
- In this film, Governor Farris Bryant answers questions from the press on: Communists in the Florida higher education system; Jacksonville Mayor Haydon Burns' election plans; the approach of Hurricane Dora; the civil rights "situation" in St. Augustine; the Presidential election; and the hurricane preparedness of the Governor's Mansion.