Shows the tact and judgment which a supervisor must use in establishing working relations for a disabled worker. A supervisor overemphasizes the handicap of a new worker, a veteran, so that the other workers become overly solicitous; the supervisor then goes to the other extreme and the men pay no attention to the new worker. Realizing his mistakes, the supervisor talks it over with the men and they work out a solution in which the new worker becomes "one of the gang."
Describes through the narration of Wang Shen, a teen-age boy of the village of Pingtung, Taiwan, his home life, educational system, improved farming techniques, village commerce and industries and life in the larger city of Taipei. Explains, using an animated map the geographical, topographical and climatic charcteristics of the island. Shows the export crops of sugar and rice being grown and harvested; and also the modern air and rail transportation which has aided in the growth of industries. Taiwan is depicted as a model of development for an eventual "Free China."
Demonstrates graphing in the Cartesian coordinate system. Shows the graph of a straight line from a solution set and the point of intersection of two straight lines. Illustrates how the point of intersection belongs to the solution sets of both straight line equations.
Deals with the actions of community health organizations in their efforts to fight disease. Shows the functions of the department of health in preventing and controlling the spread of contagious diseases as the film follows the developments in a successful attempt to stop a typhoid epidemic in its early stages. Relates the jobs of the school nurse, doctor, laboratory technician, visiting nurse, and food inspector in protecting the community health. Encourages children to observe personal health rules and to keep their homes and towns clean.
Shows hygienic care of a home patient after instruction from a visiting nurse--bathing and moving the patient in bed; arranging the bed and making the patient comfortable; taking and recording temperature, pulse, and respiration rates; medications; and helping the patient to regain strength.
Celebrates the 1820-1970 sesquicentennial of Indiana University by surveying its history and current programs. Points out the admission of women and students from other countries. Covers the development of the schools of music, medicine, education, business, and law, as well as the growth of the College of Arts and Sciences. Features brief scenes of the five regional campuses and of various athletic programs. Includes footage of Chancellor Herman B Wells, former President Elvis J. Stahr, and current President Joseph Sutton.