Hearst Metrotone News, Inc., Collection. 1937 - 1942. News of the Day Motion Picture Newsreel Films. 10/1963 - 12/1967. News of the Day (June 24)

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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 (June 24)

1964

Part 1. Civil rights parade and rally held in Soldiers' Field, Chicago, Illinois; celebrate passage of civil rights bill; Sen. Paul H. Douglas of Illinois at microphone (silent,); Father Theodore Hesburgh, President of Notre Dame University, Notre Dame, Indiana, at microphone; Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. (silent). Part 2. Plane in which Sen. Edward M. Kennedy was injured in crash, in Springfield, Massachusetts; Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy arrives at hospital; press conference (silent). Part 3. Fires burn fiercely as aftermath of earthquake in Japan; fight fuel tank fires; damage in other areas; people lined up to get water from truck. Part 4. Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip in open carriage lead parade around track at Ascot races in England fashions; Zalukas wins race.

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