01 updates soon a. Washington: signing of the arms assistance agreement between the United States and Europe Dean Acheson and Ministers at the time of signature. Dean Acheson speaks to the agreement, large, original sound. "Free nations must be strong to remain free and the mutual defense assistance program will contribute to the growth of strength and security in all of these nations."
(19 m) b. elections in Finland election posters. People choose in polling station. President Juho Passikvi chooses.
(24 m) c. Stuttgart: John McCloy talks about Germany policy of the United States shield America House - US information center. John McCloy at America Haus, half-close. John McCloy talks about America guidelines (aid for Germany, no army or air force).
(27 m) 02 ski bunnies on the dry a. New York: Trockenskikurs people go by road with skis. Dry ski training in the room. Riding on a slope.
(20 m) b. France: ski fashions demonstration of ski suits. Ski evening suit.
(14 m) 03. streiflichter from Germany a. Augsburg: Care packages for the eastern zone sign German help of Germans. Women Pack food in packages for the eastern zone.
(16 m) b. Carol Reed in Berlin, Carol Reed's going on onstage film in Vienna. He speaks at press conference, half-close.
(14 m) c. winter sale signs winter sales at department stores. Shoes are selected on the bargain counter. Price tags. Women choose the BRA on the bargain counter.
(11 m) d. Frankfurt: pet crocodile wife washes crocodile in a Washtub and puts it on the cushion.
(16 m) 4 workers for England posters for German workers for England. Young woman on the Labour Office in Munich. Medical examination. Exhibition of a passport in the internment camps in Münster. Young woman on a loom in English factory. Theoretical lessons. Workers in the factory yard.
(33 m) 05. Hamburg: circus belli shows programme with young girl turns on the Trapeze. 3 boys at ground floor acrobatics. Girl dance step on toes. Boy with elephant training. Elephant with trunk to raise boys.
(44 m) 6th United States: film indiscreet X-ray radiographic images are filmed. Woman in front of X-ray apparatus. X-ray images show swallowing and eating, heart beat and speaking.
01 updates soon: a. weapon help agreement, United States in Washington Secretary of State Acheson for the United States and the representatives of 8 European Member States of the North Atlantic Pact signed the contracts of weapon WaffenHilfe agreement. The European powers get American weapons and military equipment to the value of one billion dollars. The first deliveries should take place soon.
Secretary of State Acheson stated to this substantive strengthening of the Atlantic Pact: (original sound: "free nations must be strong to remain free and the mutual defense assistance program will contribute to the growth of strength and security in all of these nations.")
b. elections in Finland Finland Juho Paasikivi re-elected President. In the shadow of the Soviet Union, the small Finnish people again boldly gave his voice for a democratic head of State. The Communist pressure from inside and outside, nor the strong Arctic cold could hold back the Finns from exercising their democratic freedoms.
You voted and decided - in Soviet Russia's sphere of power among powers - again to those freedoms of the individual.
The President when he goes to the ballot box.
Re-elected, he can concentrate on the big issues of his country for another 6 years.
c. the American High Commissioner John McCloy arrived McCloy in Stuttgart, Germany, to take part in the inauguration of the new House of America. He used this opportunity to a large and important report about his trip to America, and on the broad guidelines of the American policy of Germany. Mr. McCloy stated: Germany will have its full share to the economy of the free Europe, if it have demonstrated good will and sense of responsibility. Germany should be able never to threaten other Nations and world peace. This means that it will To give no new German army or air force.
The most lasting impression of his trip to America was deep and great interest of the American people in Germany and the willingness of all layers, helping the Federal Republic.
02. ski bunnies on the dry winter enthusiasts have nothing to laugh this year in New York City: snow is scarce. So, the skiing in the Saale is Instead of... anyway, for beginners.
Here, we see a unique dry ski school, where using ingeniously constructed devices the ABC of the ski alphabet is taught the ski bunnies and oufit.
Excluded accidents! -Has been and is still the bloodiest beginners in this dry method caulking out soon.
With a mighty leap, we come from America to France. And there it is less about sport than to sports fashion. By the way, so illustrious names such as Madelaine de Roche and Jaques Fath among the creators of this fashion are to To find.
Here is such a thing as a ski evening suit.
And here a pair of trousers which clothed feet. Especially suitable for ski babies...
03. streiflichter from Germany: a. care packages for the eastern zone "German help Germans". This is the motto of the "social assistant-ring" in Augsburg, a non-profit German care package Organization for recipients in the East zone.
A week, about 1,000 German care go packages to relatives and known or unknown distressed over the zone border.
There are several package types. The costs are considerably below the retail price.
So, the Western zones help their needy fellow citizens beyond the iron curtain.
b. Carol Reed a film that talks about the the world - and his equally famous Director, Carol Reed. On his tour through Germany, the major English Director gave a press interview in the Berlin stage Club.
And the zither playing c.... winter sale winter sale everywhere! -Warenhäuserund retail stores have become again the turbulent hunting area of the shoppers housewives.
Cheap, cheaper, cheapest!
Supply and demand To find together on the bargain counter. You shoving, pushes and pushes - by the fried fish up to the grandmother.
d. Alligator as a pet, we present: "Missi", the strange pet of a couple of Frankfurt. At the age of 12 and 1 ft long, the alligator from the missisippi belongs to the family Idyll.
"Missi" is very modest. 7 months in the year she eats from the air - a few fish are sufficient for the rest of the year.
Only the nostrils should be treated with a special alligators ointment. In 100 years or so to dream "Missi" by these young end memories.
04. Workers for England England promotes Sudetenländerinnen and German women in the U.S. zone, to compensate for his lack of backbone. The recruitment is conducted at the local employment offices.
We track a candidate from Munich.
Here you will be informed by an official of the English mission about the working conditions.
Then comes a detailed medical examination.
In the internment camps of Münster is signed the out-of-State. Each will receive a sterling voucher for the first few days in England and a map with the destination.
And we already see same woman a loom in England.
The possibility of further vocational training is also available to women.
The workers operate in England under exactly the same conditions as their English colleagues. And many of them have in England next to one. new work found a new home.
05. Young arena: the 'large number' the smallest circus children such as the large. After nine months of training the small artists offspring of the German circus belli has made itself independent.
The children deny their own program in Hamburg. Arab jumps of the Liazeedts 3 - 6, 7 and 12 years old.
A top - step of the child stars Ritschka Renata.
Rudl belli, Managing Director, program designer and trainer, shows the big number: the elephant bridge.
The little artists going to a tour to Paris.
06. the l-shaped X-ray film at the University of Rochester, United States, has coupled to X-ray apparatus and film camera to be recorded as movements of internal organs for educational purposes.
For the first time, the weekly news shows this as interesting as indiscreet shots of "internal" operations.
Here you can see for example the moving inside of a lady who swallows a liquid.
And now she chews out a piece of chocolate you. And here shooting her heart. It beats - if a not in three-quarter time - but for all. At least visible to all.
Do you know how you really look at the dolled? Please! Not nice? But true!
And if two squabbling, the third party - in this case is pleased the indiscreet X-ray film.
01. Actualities in Brief:
a. Defense Assistance Program, USA
In Washington Foreign Minister Acheson signed the contracts of the Defense Assistance Program for USA and the 8 European Member States of the North Atlantic Pact. The European States will receive American weapons and military equipment - one billion dollars worth. The first shipments will be made in the near future. Foreign Minister Acheson declared: "Free nations must be strong to remain free, and the mutual defense assistance program will contribute to the growth of strength and security in all of these nations."
b. Elections in Finland
Finland again elected Juho Paasikivi President. In the shadow of the Soviet Union the Finnish people again gave their voices to a democratic statesman. Neither communistic pressure nor bitter arctic cold could keep the Finns from showing their democratic feelings. The 79-year-old President also goes to the ballot box. For 6 more years he can work on the problems of his people and fight for the freedom of his country.
The American High Commissioner John McCloy arrived at Stuttgart for the inauguration of the now America House. He gave an extensive and significant report about his trip to America and about the American policy in Germany. Mr. McCloy explained that Germany would get her full share in the economy of a free Europe, as soon as she has proved willingness and responsibility. Germany must nevermore be in. the position to endanger the freedom of other countries and the world. This means, Germany will not have a new army or airforce. The most lasting impression on his trip to America, Mr. McCloy said, was the great and deep interest of the American people in German problems and their willingness to help the Bundesrepublik.
02. Stranded Ski-Fans
This year in New York the Ski-fans have been out of luck: there has not been enough snow. So the skiing takes place indoors ... at least for the beginners. This way, accidents are impossible. Nevertheless this method teaches them how to ski. Now we jump from America to France. And there, sport fashions seem to be more important than the sport. Names like Madelaine de Roche and Jacques Fath are among the stylists of these sport-fashions. This is something like a ski-evening-dress. And here are a pair of trousers which also cover the feet - it would particularly suit ski-babies.
03. Newsflashes from Germany:
a. Care Packages for the Eastern Zone
"Germans help Germans". This is the slogan of the "Soziale Helfer-Ring" in Augsburg. This is a Care Package Organization which sends food packages into the Eastern Zone. 1000 packages are sent weekly over the border to relatives, friends or even unknown needy persons. There are different types of packages. The cost per package is far under the retail trade price. So the people in the Western Zones help their fellow-men behind the Iron Curtain.
b. Carol Reed
A picture the world talks about - and its famous director Carol Reed. During his trip through Germany the English director gave a press interview in the Berlin Bühnen-Club. And the zither plays ...
c. Winter Sales
Yearly winter sales in shops and stores. Here the housewives meet. Prices are low - it's cheap, cheaper, cheapest. Teen-ager and grandmother, all move through the crowd, shoving and pushing forward.
d. Crocodile as Pet
We introduce "Missi", the unusual pet of a Frankfurt couple. 12 years old and 1 meter long, this crocodile is an ideal family pet. "Missi" is very modest. 7 months of the year she lives on air - and the rest of the year she is satisfied, with some fish. Only the nostrils must be treated with a special crocodile salve. In 100 years "Missi" will dream of these memories.
04. Women Workers for England
England accepts German women workers from the Sudetenland and from other places outside Germany who have entered the US Zone, because of her lack of women workers in the textile industry. The girls are registered with the German Arbeitsamt. Let's follow thejourney of such a girl from Munich. From a representative of the British Mission she gets instruction about her future work. Then the girls get medical treatment. In the camp of Münster their passes are signed. Each girl receives a sterling voucher for the first days in England ticket with the destination of the journey. And here we see the same girl from Munich at a weaver's loom in England. The girls are given the opportunity of continuing any studies they prefer. The German girls work under the same conditions as their English colleagues And many of the girls, at the new place of work, have found a new home.
05. Circus Children
The "Bit Hit" of the little ones
Circus children act like grown-ups. After 9 months of training the child acrobats of the circus Belli gave their first performance. Acrobatics by the 3 Liazeedts. They are 6, 7 and 12 years old. And here a toe tap-dance, shown by Ritschka Renata. Rudi Belli, the chief of the small acrobats, shows the big number: the elephant bridge. The small acrobats will leave for Paris and give a guest performance.
06. The Revealing X-Rays
At the University of Rochester, USA, they have connected an x-ray apparatus to a film camera for the purpose of watching the working of the body system. For the first time a newsreel shows these interesting and revealing shots of the internal movements inside a human body. Here x-rays show how a person drinks, or eats a piece of chocolate. And here is a picture of your heart. Though it doesn't beat in waltz time, at least it beats for you, and you can see it. - Would you really like to see how it looks when you paint your lips? Allright. It does not look nice but that's the way it looks. And when two people quarrel, a third laughs - - in this case it's the revealing x-ray apparatus.
Persons in the Film
Acheson, Dean ; McCloy, John ; Passikive, Juho ; Reed, Carol
New York ; Munich ; Stuttgart ; Augsburg ; Berlin ; Hamburg ; United States ; France ; Frankfurt ; Washington ; Finland
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Libraries ; Books ; DDR ; Trade, finance ; Children ; filmmaking ; Pacts ; Posters, fonts, banners ; Political events ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; Dance ; Animals (except dogs) ; Medicine ; Contracts ; Elections ; Welfare, aid agencies, care ; Circus ; Fashion ; NATO ; Jobs ; Traffic: pedestrians ; aftermath of war
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