Teaches the individual how to takecare of his medical and health needs in time of disaster when medical assistance might not be readily available. Presents instructions on radioactive fallout and shelter. Discusses the effects of radiation on people and emphasizes protective procedures against radiation.
Assessing the behavior of a juvenile delinquent who refuses to rat on his companions.
San Francisco teenage gangs and the unfriendly world they inhabit.
Finding Your Life's Work (1940) - Holmes (Burton) Films, Inc.
Classic vocational guidance film produced to snap America's teenagers out of a Depression mood.
When You Grow Up (1973) - FilmsWest, Inc.
Film for middle-school children about vocational choices and opportunities in the U.S. Great shots of early 1970s children and adults pursuing everyday activities. Most of the shots are quick and take place in and around the city of Los Angeles. Director: Jerry Kurtz. Writer: Ingvar Grimsgaard. Cameraman: Dan Yarussi. Graphics: Thomas Johnson. Production Manager: Linda Gries. Consultant: Robert Babcock, Ph.D., Los Angeles County School Office.
How to Keep a Job (1949) - Coronet Instructional Films
What you need to do to stay employed: choose the right job, get along with colleagues, maintain positive attitude, etc.
Woodworker, The - Holmes (Burton) Films, Inc.
Woodworking in mills, construction and cabinetmaking.
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