01 Colombo: Commonwealth Conference Senate building in Colombo. Nehru, half-close. Bevin, half close, talking with Ministers of the Commonwealth.
(18 m) 2nd movie stars, models, Ballet rats a. Wiesbaden: young stars from Hollywood man with a camera, great. Young movie star sitting round table from Hollywood on the occasion of the premiere of the American film Francis in Wiesbaden. Jackie Coogan, half close, at dinner. Picture of Jackie Coogan as a child star.
(14 m) b. Dirndl fashion show on the road In the van mannequin on the move itself. Demonstration of Dirndl dresses before vans on the road. Child in the Dirndl Dress.
(15 m) c. Munich: children dance studio Susa Böhm Kinder with dance training. Demonstration of a folk dance.
(24 m) 03 Volkshochschule ULM leaves Street Railway from Ulm Münster. Modern posters to stop column as advertising for adult education. Inge Scholl, the sister of Hans and Sophie Scholl, at a meeting of the folk high school, half-close. Crafts, fashion drawing, and trying on. Instruction of the Norwegian painter Lindström in advertising and decoration. Meeting for reconstruction of Ulm.
(42 m) 04 Australia: woman paralyzed by polio helps with feet woman sits on Chair and crochet with the feet, writes typewriter with feet and sewing.
(31 m) 05. images from all over the world a. Quebec: bridge made of aluminium alloy construction parts of the bridge. Workers wearing part of bridge - the bridge under construction.
(13 m) b. Australia: expects pony pony reads numbers on board and correctly anticipates the foot by scratching.
(24 m) c. Paris: vegetables hats fashion designer considered vegetables in the market. He keeps cabbage on hat. Hat models with bananas, lettuce leaf as edge, cabbage leaf and cauliflower decoration.
(23 m) 6th Garmisch Partenkirchen: end of winter sports week Olympic ice stadium. Special: Runner on the track. Sepp Folger, Rosenheim, WINS. Ice dancing: By Maxi and Ernst Baier. Exotic dance on the ice. Ski jumping: Jumper on the Hill. Ntzell, Sweden, 91.5 m jumps and crashes. Sepp Weiler WINS with 88 m. Sepp Weiler, big, sign autographs.
1st meeting the Senate building by Colombo, the capital of Ceylon, Colombo, ended the Joint Conference of leading Ministers of the Commonwealth.
Prime Minister Pandit Nehru represented India, Foreign Secretary Bevin United Kingdom.
One of the key negotiating points was the question of economic assistance to South East Asia to contain the expansion of communism in the far East.
The Conference concluded with the commitment of the delegates to a still closer cooperation between of the British family of Nations.
02. Germany movie stars, models and Ballet rats Hollywood young movie stars visit. You attended the world premiere of the American film "Francis" in Wiesbaden, Germany. Under the young Münstlern a veteran of the film: Jackie Coogan, 25 years ago the most famous child star of the world. Today, he is somewhat changed.
"Mannequins on wheels" is a new promotional idea of a Westphalian textile company. With a sample collection of Dirndl and Trachten dresses to drive from place to place, right in front of the doors of the clientele. The road becomes the catwalk and manufacturers and resellers can determine to spot Which one models the audience liked most. An original attempt to increase sales and avoiding download guardians.
And here small Ballet rats that To want to be all once great dancers.
In the children's Dance Studio SUSE Böhm in Munich, they learn everything can a future ballerina - by the gym to the Ballet. This folk dance is already finished studying!
03. a model institution: Volkshochschule Ulm far beyond the borders of the old Donaustadt. aroused general interest the work of the Ulm folk high school. The collaboration between instructors and students to enrich and deepen the Allgemeinwissens is leading the way for the sister companies in other cities. The Institute has become led by Scholl of Inge, whose sibling, the students of Hans and Sophie Scholl, their resistance against the third had paying Empire with life, one of the most important educational sites for all fields of knowledge.
The special profession of the individual beyond an eye for the context of all the forces of life and the world to receive on the joyful learning course participants. In addition to politics and science, it teaches the fine arts, in addition to business and technology, craft and aesthetics.
The Norwegian painter Lindström gives lessons in advertising and decoration.
The Volkshochschule Ulm has become the spiritual and cultural centre of the city. In discussions of the City Council and the folk high school, the reconstruction and the rescheduling of Ulm will be discussed together.
A model institution that talk at home and abroad, which makes.
04. an admirable woman: The case of Mrs. Shirley Ross this is Mrs. Shirley Ross from Sidney, Australia.
In her third year, she was the victim of spinal polio and since then No more move the arms.
But perseverance and bravery led her to replace her fingers with the toes.
The typing makes no effort, when you get used to the toes system once.
Unique but it is how she can sew with your feet. Hand craft would replaced by foot skill here.
So is this once so unfortunate today a satisfied and happy wife who can perform all chores yourself. She mastered their destiny through hard work, patience and self confidence.
05. images of out all over the world: a. aluminium bridge in Canada in Quebec, in Canada, a new bridge built out of aluminum.
With almost 200 meters span, this is the longest light metal bridge in the world.
Effortlessly, a worker can carry large parts of the bridge, because aluminum is lighter than steel to about two-thirds. Long construction work was necessary, until the plan of a large aluminum bridge could be realized.
And now everything looks so easy... b. preset horse, Australia here you see Archimedes and the Australian wonder pony numbers phenomenon. RECHE tasks will be solved by scratching with the hoof.
How much is 3 + 4?
1-2 - 3 - 4-5 - 6-7 right.
But it's still nothing. A total stranger writes points 3, 5 and 4 on a table. Archimedes is read, or before pawing please: 1-2 - 3, 1-2 - 3 - 4-5, 1-2 - 3-4 math weak? Not at Archimedes.
c. vegetable hats this young Parisian fashion artists had a brilliant idea: vegetables belongs not only in the pot - but also on the head.
And already he buys the ingredients.
Calculated bananas! -Something for the exotic type.
The salad model! -Ideal for rainy weather and soft blondes.
The Savoy Cap! -Flirtatious and yet discreet. And the cauliflower garnish for the spoiled taste.
Loud young vegetables! -Good enough to eat!
06. end of the winter sports week: highlights from Garmisch many highlights last days which VI brought international winter sports week in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.
The special slalom became a duel of the champions.
The track was extremely difficult with 48 goals.
In addition to great skill, a portion of luck belonged to it to get through this gauntlet on steep slopes.
The Rosenheimer Sepp Folger proved once again his great class and won ahead of Austria, spit, Nilsson, Sweden.
For the women, Hilde SUSE won gardener, Freiburg. The favorite Mirl Buchner was a fall only on the third place.
Maxi and Ernst Baier her latest dance, showed the large ice rink this time in exotic garb.
Lively and graceful they glide over the glittering surface - the bird of paradise on ice.
And now, the main event of the winter games: the great special jumping. 50,000 spectators came to see the German Springer elite in the fight against big teams from Finland and Sweden.
The Swede reached the fantastic distance of 91.5 meters Netzell - who just jumps - though, but he crashed and came around the victory chance.
Sepp Weiler was in good position with 88 meters, a new Hill record.
Winner in the special jumping: Sepp Weiler Pietikainen and Rajala, Finland.
The VI. International winter sports week is finished - Festival of sports and all participants from Germany and abroad in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.
The British Commonwealth conference ends in the Senate House at Ceylon's capital, Colombo. Minister President Pandit Nehru represented India and Bevin was Great Britain's representative. One of the most important discussions was on the question of economic help for South East Asia in order to hold back the spreading of communism in the Far East. The conference was closed with a pledge by the delegates to an even closer cooperation in the British Commonwealth.
02. a. Film Stars, Models and Ballet-Dancers
A new generation of Hollywood film stars visited Germany. They attended the world premiere of the American picture "Francis" in Wiesbaden. Among the young actors a veteran of the movies: Jackie Coogan, who was the most famous children film star in the world. To-day he looks a little different.
b. "Mannequins on wheels"
is the newest way of advertisement by a textile firm from Westphalia. They go on a journey from place to place with a sample collection of dirndl-dresses and folk costumes. And stops right in front of the doors of the customers. Thus manufacturers and retailers can find out right on the spot, which models are mostly wanted by the public. An original experiment for increasing business.
c. Here we see little ballet-dancers, all of whom intend to become great dancers some day. At the Children's Dance Studio Suse Böhm in Munich they learn everything a future ballerina must know - from the first steps to ballet dancing. This folklore dance is already a fine piece of dancing.
03. An Ideal Institute:
The Ulm Volkshochschule
The interest which the Ulm Volkshochschule arouses goes far beyond the borders of this old city en the Danube. Cooperation between University teachers and students in order to increase and deepen the general knowledge of the people is the task of this and ether schools of this type in different towns. Under the direction of Inge Scholl (whose brother and sister, the students Hans and Sophie Scholl, had to pay with their lives for their resistance against the Nazi Reich) this institute became one of the most important schools for all branches of knowledge. The students receive in this institute a knowledge of all phases of life besides more specified, skilled training. Politics, science, economics, technic, handicraft, esthetics are taught besides fine arts. The Norwegian artist Lindstroem teaches advertising and designing. The Ulm Volkshochschule has become the intellectual and cultural centre of this town. The reconstruction of Ulm is discussed in public meetings between representatives of the city end delegates of this Volkshochschule. A model institute which is famous here and abroad
04. A Lady with Courage:
Mrs. Shirley Ross
This is Mrs. Shirley Ross from Sydney, Australia. At the age of three Mrs. Shirley fell sick with infantile paralysis. Since that time she has not been able to use her arms. She made it possible, with great energy and initiative, to use her toes instead of her fingers. Typing does not give her any trouble - once she got used to the toe-system. Amazingly she has made it possible to sew with her feet. Thus this woman who once was so pitiful is today day a contented and happy wife, who is capable of doing all house work alone. She mastered her tragedy with courage, patience and confidence.
05. New Flashes from Everywhere:
a. Aluminium Bridge in Canada
A new bridge has been built in Quebec, Canada, - of aluminium! This bridge is the longest bridge in the world made of light metal. It is over 500 feet long. A worker can easily carry a large part of this bridge - because aluminium is two third lighter than steel. Difficult construction was necessary before this plan could be realized, - and now everything locks so easy ...
b. A Counting Horse, Australia
Here you see Archimedes, the Australian wonder pony and counting phenomenon. The counting is done by pawing with his foot. How much is 3 plus 4? 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7. Right. But this is nothing. A complete stranger writes the figures 3, 5 and 4 on a blackboard. Archimedes is going to read them to us - that means, he paws them to us. Please: 1 - 2 - 3, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4. Are you any good at mental arithmetic? Archimedes is!
c. Vegetable Hats
This young Parisian hat designer had a wonderful idea: A vegetable does not only belong in the kitchen - but on the head as well! And here he buys whatever he needs at the vegetable market. Why bananas? - Anyway, something for the more exotic type. Here is the salad model! Ideal for rainy weather and delicate blondes. And here the cabbage cap! - Coquettish but still elegant! And here the cauliflower design for a mode pretentious taste. All kinds of vegetables - to be worn or eaten!
06. Wintersport Week, Garmisch
The last days of the 6th International Wintersport Week at Garmisch brought several interesting sport highlights: The Special Slalom Race became a duel between the champions. The track with its 48 goals was extremely difficult. Besides good racing lots of luck was necessary to finish in this race. Sepp Folger, Rosenheim, demonstrated once more his supremacy and he won from Spiess, Austria, and Nilsson, Sweden, Hildesuse Gaertner, Freiburg, won the women's competition. The favorit Mirl Buchner was only third due to a bad crash. Maxi and Ernst Baier showed their new dance - this time dressed in exotic costumes. Easily and full of grace they slide over the ice - like birds of paradise. And how the climax of all wintersports: the ski jumping. 50.000 spectators had come to watch the German jumpers competing with their great opponents from Finland and Sweden. The Swede Nutzell, whom we see here, jumped 91,5 meters - but he crashed and thus lost his chance. Sepp Weiler, Oberstdorf, jumped with wonderful style 83 meters - a new record on this jumping-hill. Winner: Sepp Weiler, Germany, second Pictikainen, Finland, third Rjala, Finland, The 6th International Wintersport Week at Garmisch-Partenkirchen is over - festive days for all sportsmen and -women from Germany and abroad.
Persons in the Film
Baier, Maxi ; Bevin, Ernest ; Coogan, Jackie ; Lindström ; Nehru, Indira ; Scholl, Inge ; Folger, Sepp ; Netzell, Dan ; Weiler, Sepp
Garmisch-Partenkirchen ; Quebec ; Garmisch Partenkirchen ; Colombo ; Wiesbaden ; Australia ; Ulm ; Munich ; Westfalen ; Paris
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Ice skating ; Higher education ; Children ; filmmaking ; Women, mothers ; Posters, fonts, banners ; Political events ; Sensations ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; Dance ; Animals (except dogs) ; Buildings ; Fashion ; Construction ; Autographs ; aftermath of war
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