Hearst Metrotone News, Inc., Collection. 1937 - 1942. News of the Day Motion Picture Newsreel Films. 10/1963 - 12/1967. News of the Day (May 6)

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Hearst Metrotone News, Inc., Collection. 1937 - 1942. News of the Day Motion Picture Newsreel Films. 10/1963 - 12/1967. News of the Day (May 6)

Hearst Metrotone News, Inc., Collection. 1937 - 1942. News of the Day Motion Picture Newsreel Films. 10/1963 - 12/1967. News of the Day (May 6)

1964

Part 1. Huge crowd holds peace rally near Berlin Wall on May Day in West Berlin, Germany; parade; Chancellor Ludwig Erhard speaks (silent). Part 2. Luci Baines Johnson, Pres. daughter, is crowned Queen Shenandoah the 37th at Apple Blossom Festival in Winchester, Virginia, Gen. Curtis LeMay crowns her; she and mother watch parade in her honor. Part 3. Emperor Hirohito celebrates his 63rd birthday in Tokyo, Japan; he is at desk and then in garden with Empress Nagako; Queen Juliana of Netherlands celebrates her 55th birthday; Princess Beatrix is with her in Netherlands. Part 4. U.S.S. Forrestal visits Brooklyn Navy Yard, Brooklyn, N.Y.C.; visitors go aboard. Part 5. Bill Hartack rides Northern Dancer to Kentucky Derby win, Louisville.

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