01 America: Snowed in high snow. A snowbound cars. A snowbound homes. Snow plow of the rail pushes forth snow ahead. Men dig sheep out of snow. Wild at feeding sites. Kid goes between high snow walls on the narrow road in front of House. Palm full of snow. Orange trees full of snow. Ski runners running from roof. Ride on skis through snow-covered landscape.
(60 m) 02 news from Germany a. Charles La Folette, Director of the military Government of Württemberg-Baden, after Washington returns to La Folette, great. His successor great Charles p. gross, at the desk,.
(12 m) b. Bishop of Württemberg Theophil Wurm retires Bishop Wurm reading, great. The new Chairman of the Council of the Evangelical Church Bishop Dibelius, half-close. Introduction of the new country Bishop of Württemberg Martin Haug in the Stuttgart St. Mark's Church. Train of the clergy for the Church.
(21 m) c. Munich: broadcasting passed into German hands swing front of broadcasting house. General Hays at the lectern, half-close. Van Wagoner presented the Chairman of the Broadcasting Council of the Bavarian, Alois Johannes lamina and the Director, Rudolf von Scholz license certificates.
(16 m) 03 Tokyo: Tojo to death sentenced meeting room. Judges table. Tojo in the dock. Tojo, great. Tojo standing at sentencing, behind guards.
(22 m) 04. economy in construction: Hanover: Continental - more and more tyre in the manufacturing process. Raw rubber bales are shredded. Rubber rollers. Rubber fabric is woven. Presses from treads. Tires in a hydraulic press. Pressing profile. Finished tyre.
(55 m) 5th fashion horoscope mannequin with long pants and shorts. A short skirt over shorts. 3 mannequins with summer cotton dresses with long wide skirt. Summer dress with matching stole. Short jacket and hat.
(39 m) 6th United States: the change in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Marshall in front of his house is next to his wife and sits down in a Chair. Marshall, great speaks interview about his successor and his resignation for health reasons. Dean Acheson, great.
(27 m) 07. The first ride of the Caronia Southampton - New York the passenger ship at the pier. Deck and dining room. Ship, total. Cruising ship. Arrival in New York. Welcome by fireboats. Entrance to the port of New York.
(33 m) 08 Frankfurt: bear transport child results in Kragenbär on line. Bear carries a briefcase and go on 2 legs next to artist. He gets on the tram. Bear looks out window. Bear drinking from bottle. Conductor collected fares. Disembarking from trams. Visit of the Zoo. Bear considered conspecifics in the cage. Bear Go home.
01 snowed in.
Snowed in? Yes, but in America. Day-long snow storms turned the West of the United States in an Arctic landscape: the white blanket, lay buried under the cars, houses and roads was up to 6 feet tall. Only with great difficulty the snow ploughs of the railway could pave a way through the wall of snow, often one had to dig out animals, had surprised the snow outdoors. The worst hit deer and deer in the wild. They stayed only by feeding on the life.
Snow even in California, the climatic paradise with tropical vegetation. Snowy Palm - and still failed: Oranges under snow. For 99 years, California has experienced no snowfall. The damage caused the onset of this winter in the large plantations, is several million dollars. Just the skier well: you can ski right down from the roof, and the terrain all around resembles a high-alpine area.
02. news from Germany: a. La Follette Mr. Charles La Follette, the previous Director of the military Government of Württemberg-Baden, after 13monatiger duties returned to Washington as his successor was major General Charles p. large determined.
The new military Governor has vested in administrative offices senior America.
b. Bishop Wurm of the Bishop of Württemberg, Theophil Wurm, Chairman of the Council of the Evangelical Church in Germany, was retired. He was 80 years old last December. Bishop Dibelius was elected the new Chairman of the Council of the Evangelical Church of Berlin.
The introduction of the new country Bishop of Württemberg, Martin Haug, Instead of found in the Stuttgart St. Mark's Church. All high dignitaries of the Evangelical Church have witnessed the solemn handover.
Many high representatives of public life attended the solemn action.
(c). Broadcasting transfer Munich became the name "Bayrischer Rundfunk" radio Munich first station of the American zone in German hands passed and received.
Many representatives of the political and cultural life of Bavaria were present at the ceremonial handover. After a speech by General Hays, the Deputy of General Clay, the Governor of Bavaria, van Wagoner, the Chairman of the Bavarian Broadcasting Council, Alois Johannes Lippl, and the Director, Rudolf von Zhol handed over the license documents for the new Bavarian broadcasting.
03. Tokyo: Tojo sentenced to death the great war crimes charges in Tokyo is complete. Military court consisting of judges from 11 Nations sentenced to death by hanging the former Prime Minister of Japan, Tojo, and 6 members of the former Japanese Government and army leadership. Tojo hears his ruling, read out by the Australian Court President Sir William Webb.
(Original sound). The three defendants were found guilty of planning and execution of wars of aggression; In addition, they are responsible for the inhumane treatment and the death of Allied prisoners of war in Japanese camps. The death sentences have now been enforced.
04. economy in construction: again, more and more German car tyre manufactured in increasingly. In the largest German rubber factory, the continental in Hanover, the imported raw rubber bales from British Malaya piling up. The manufacturing process begins with the crushing of the bales and making soft steel rollers. Here produced tough rubber skin is mixed between the rollers with sulfur, soot and various chemicals and kneaded. The fabric for the maturity is woven, impregnated by both sides with rubber and dar cut into strips. The thick tread runs through a special device for tissues, tread and substructure are pressed together here. The material is finished and is bent around. Now, the tire in a hydraulic press high heat takes the final form. A proven process is complete, which gives that quality tires that can withstand even the competition of world markets. Then is pressed the profile yet, that lend the car on wet roads driving safety. The tyre rolls - over country roads Germany / the world.
05. fashion horoscope in the stars of fashion heaven is today already written: what I'm wearing in the summer - and behold, the signs are cheap for good taste and maximum practicality. Prediction for may to September: constant alternation of different wrappings, you dress up succinctly, beware men with a moustache.
The general trend is: with little material effect A lot. "MMM - that is ' n celestial bodies!"
And here a different triumvirate of future fashion. In Jun, it occurs from the constellation of Venus in the face of the Lady. And all in the characters of cotton.
Anyway: one doesn't have to attack to the stars, to make heavenly dresses made of earthly materials. The horoscope of fashion includes namely with the comforting realization: the majority of these models is accessible, without that you have to create astronomical sums for it. And there, ladies - and also my gentlemen, is called in when it comes to summer fashion luck on the way.
06. United States: The change in the Foreign Ministry after two-year duties of the American Secretary of State Marshall from health considerations resigned. Marshall referred to his successor, Dean Acheson as the right man for the responsible post of the American Secretary of State.
(Original sound Marshall).
Dean Acheson, the new Minister for Foreign Affairs of the United States was in the course of his diplomatic career of before Deputy Secretary of State of the United States. He is considered outstanding authority of in international politics. No fundamental change in American foreign policy is connected with the change in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, according to official statements from Washington.
07. the first ride of the "Caronia" modern floating hotel, the 34,000-ton British passenger steamer "Caronia", has passed its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York. The "Caronia" is the biggest passenger ship, which was built since the war. She can carry 900 passengers. 700 telephone connections allow telephone talks about seas and continents across them.
The "Caronia" is a first-order currency bringer for England: in the summer, she will negotiate cross the North Atlantic route in winter in tropical areas. Her single chimney is the largest, which was built for a steamer.
Here is the "Caronia" in the port of New York.
Countless sirens, flags of all Nations, and thousands of people welcomed the ship on its arrival in the new world.
08. Frankfurt: Bär in traffic every morning point 9: 00 starts Charly to his stroll through Frankfurt am Main. A Tibetan Kragenbär is 3 years old, 3 hundredweight hard and already Very much weltgewandt despite his youth, charly. His master, an artist, show him on a leash, like a well trained dog.
9: 00 32 comes the tram. Charly enters. Breakfast 9: 00 40: While driving, because Charly has hungry. Mr. Schaffner, an adult, a child please.
9 h 50: Get out! Left paw on the left handle. 10: 00: Small panoramic stroll to the relationship in the Zoo. Charly is aware of its exceptional position, he knows that he is the only trained Kragenbär in Europe. Bears among themselves. It smelled extensively - but the time is limited.
10 h 30: Departure did his morning stint home - charly. Now go back to the bear skin.
Snow storms lasting for days on end transformed Western America into an Arctic landscape. The snow, up to 6 meters high, buried motor cars, houses and roads. Snow ploughs could hardly clear the railroad tracks. Often animals had to be dug out of the snow. The red dear had the worst lot and only feeding them kept them alive. Even tropical California recorded snow. Palm trees and Oranges under a snow cover. Since 99 years California has had no snow. Damage done by this winter to the citrus farms runs into several million dollars. Only the skiers liked the snow and could take off their own house-tops.
02. News from Germany
a. La Folette
Mr. Charles La Folette, former Director of Wurttemberg. Baden Military Government, returned to Washington after 13 months of office. His successor is Mayor General Charles P. Gross. The new Military Governor has held Prominent administrative positions in America.
b. Bishop Wurm
The Land-Bishop of Wurttemberg, Theophil Wurm, chairman of the Council of the German protestant church, resigned his office on account of old age; last December he became 80 years old. New chairman is Bishop Dibelius of Berlin. The new Land-Bishop of Wurttemberg, Martin Haug, was inaugurated in Stuttgart's St. Markus Church. The ceremony was attended by all highranking personalities of the protestant church as well as many representatives of public life.
c. Bavarian Radio
Radio Munich was the first radio station in the U.S. Zone to be handed over into German hands. It is now called the "Bayerischer Rundfunk". Numerous representatives of political and culturial life in Bavaria were present. After an address by General Hays, representative of General Clay, van Wagoner, Governour of Bavaria, gave the licensing document to the chairman of the Bavarian Radio Council, Alois Lipple, and Rudolf von Scholz, director of the new Bavarian Radio Station.
Tojo sentenced to death
The great trial against war criminals at Tokio was concluded. The Military Tribunal composed of judges of 11 nations sentenced former Japanese prime minister Tojo and 6 members of the former Japanese Government and Army to death by hanging. Tojo hears his sentence, read by the Australian President of the Tribunal, Sir William Webb.
The defendants were found guilty of planning and executing a war of agression; furthermore they were found responsible for the ill treatment and murder of allied P.O.W.'s in Japanese camps. The sentences have meanwhile been carried out.
04. Economical Reconstruction
German tires are being produced in increasing numbers. In Germany'y largest rubber factory, Continental at Hannover, the imported raw rubber bales from British-Malaya are stored. The bales are cut to pieces and then softened. The rubber-felt is mixed with several chemicals. The cloth is woven and covered with rubber from both sides and then cut into stripes. In a special machine the thick rubber is pressed on the cloth. In a hydraulic press the tire gets its final shape. This process gives the tire the quality which makes it comparable to any foreign tire. After the profile is stamped in, the tire is ready to roll on the road.
05. Fashion Horoscope
Fashion is already set for summer. Between May and September there will be a great choice in different styles and materials. But most popular - and cheapest - of all in the coming season will be cotton, in a variety of patterns and designs.
Change in Secretary of State
After 2 years of office American Secretary of State Marshall resigned for reasons of health. Marshall declares his successor Dean Acheson to be the right man for the post of American Secretary of State.
Dean Acheson, new Secretary of State of the USA has already formerly been Deputy Secretary of State. He is considered to be an expert in international affairs. This change - according to official announcements from Washington - does not mean a basic change of US foreign policy.
07. First voyage of the"Caronia"
The most modern swimming hotel, 34.000 ton British passenger steamer "Caronia" has just concluded her first voyage from Southampton to New York. The "Caronia" is the largest passenger ship built after the war. She can hold 900 passengers. 700 telephone lines allow trunk calls to every part of the globe. The "Caronia" will bring dollars to England by crossing the North Atlantic in summer and cruising in tropical waters in the winter. Her only funnel is the largest ever built for a steamer. Here the "Caronia" arrives in New York harbour. Numerous sirens, flags of all nations and thousands of people welcome the ship in the New World.
Every morning at 9 a.m. Charly starts out on a stroll through Frankfurt/Main. Charly is a Tibetan Cotton Bear, 3 Years old, weighing 3 hundred pounds and pretty smart for his age. His master leads him like a dog. 9.32: the streetcar arrives and Charly steps in. 9.40: breakfast during the rode. 9.50: Charly alights. 10 hrs: he visits his relatives in the Zoo.
10.30: Charly goes home. Hos day's work is done.
Persons in the Film
Acheson, Dean ; Dibelius ; Folette la, Charles ; Gross, Charles P. ; Haug, Martin ; Hays ; Lippl, Alois Johannes ; Marshall, George ; Scholz von, Rudolf ; Tojo ; Wagoner van, Murray ; Wurm, Theophil
United States ; Munich ; Stuttgart ; Hanover ; Tokyo ; Frankfurt ; California ; New York ; Württemberg
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Railways ; Industry ; Plants ; Political events ; Religious events ; Radio, television ; Shipping ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; Cities ; Animals (except dogs) ; animal welfare, animal welfare ; Buildings ; Curiosities ; Winter ; Fashion ; Costumer ; Crew ; Industrial ; aftermath of war
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