This film discusses children with mental disabilities and the people and institutions that help them become functioning members of their communities. "Funds for this work were made available through the National Mental Health Act." - from end credits
Creator: Lyon, Sumner; Smith, Ardis & Holton, Hamilton
This film highlights New Jersey and L. Bamberger & Co. retail stores (now branded Macy's) as two important parts of a "Potent Triangle" of business in their corner of the U.S. - a "quality market" and a "great outlet," respectively. The film represents L. Bamberger & Co.'s call for a "Creative Producer" to complete their Potent Triangle by providing L. Bamberger & Co. with a "California fashion cavalcade."
This film represents an appeal for donations to the Newark, N.J. area Community Service Association. Presents the stories of individuals with health or social problems who need assistance and then suggests community programs that could help.
Creator: Carey, Macdonald; Rodakiewicz, Henwar & Turner, Howard
Video footage from the WBAP-TV station in Fort Worth, Texas to accompany a story about Jerry Cotten, from Blue Mound, Texas and his bull, Bobo, who made the trek from Fort Worth to the New York World's Fair. Having reached New Egypt, New Jersey, the trek is stalled as officials at the Texas Pavilion have not given him a firm word that he can exhibit Bobo at the pavilion despite being named as an ambassador by Governor Connally.
Date: June 3, 1964
Creator: WBAP-TV (Television station : Fort Worth, Tex.)