Universal Newsreel Volume 38, Issue 60

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Universal Newsreel Volume 38, Issue 60

1965

The original release sheet reads: GOLDBERG SWORN IN In the White House Rose Garden, President Johnson opens the ceremony for the swearing in of Arthur J. Goldberg as successor to Adlai Stevenson at the United Nations. His erstwhile associate, Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black, officiates at the solemn oath-taking, using an Old Testament for the occasion. MAYOR WAGNER WEDS: Democratic Mayor Robert F. Wagner of New York is married to Barbara Joan Cavanagh, sister of Edward F. Cavanagh, the City's Deputy Mayor. The ceremony is held in a private chapel of St. Patrick's Cathedral, with Francis Cardinal Spellman officiating. TUGS RESCUE CRUISE SHIP: A 12,500-ton West German cruise ship, which was crippled 500 miles off New Foundland, is towed into St. John's Harbor by the tug Irish Sea, out of the Azores. The 417 passengers, mostly youngsters, are then flown or entrained to New York. The ship's diesels were crippled by fire. BANGKOK BEAUTY IS UNIVERSAL QUEEN: Sparkling fountains serve as a backdrop for the lovelies competing in the "Miss Universe" beauty contest at Miami Beach, Florida. Miss Thailand is the winner...a beauty from Bangkok named Apasra Hungsakula. The new "Miss Universe" is the daughter of a royal page, and she was tutored by a queen. SPORTS ROYAL INTERNATIONAL HORSE SHOW: Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, with Princess Margaret and Lord Snowden, attend a thrilling exhibition of horse jumping at the Royal International Horse Show in London's White City arena. Competition for the King George V Gold Cup results in a victory for the West German team after the Italian star comes a cropper.

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