01 Korea: Communist front soldiers at the front at the gun broke down. Grenade strikes. Planes drop bombs in Tieffliegerangriffen. Prison camp. Prisoners to play table tennis. Gymnastics parallel bars. Food output. Prisoners receive rice. UN General Assembly in New York by weapons for Red China decides embargo. Unanimous vote.
(43 m) 02. Corpus Christi procession in barges on Lake Staffel in Murnau. Service on the Lake. Corpus Christi procession in Cologne. Pan across the Cologne Cathedral. Cardinal Frings gives the blessing.
(37 m) 03 updates soon a. Austria: elections of the President of people at polling station. Theo Lingen chooses. Counting of the votes. Dr Körner, half close, before microphones, to win by a narrow majority.
(14 m) b. Utah: experimental explosion cameramen. Signal is given. Ignition. Demolition of dynamite for scientific purposes.
(20 m) c. Munich: exhibition celebrates American worship US Bishop James Griffith. Father Lombardi speaks. Members of the US Army as a listener.
d. Frankfurt: Inauguration of dormitory McCloy is in addition to the Rector, half-close. Professors. Rector and McCloy Foundation and walls of text.
(12 m) 4th US - troop reinforcements for West Germany American troops marching in New York. Troopship in Bremerhaven. Soldiers leaving ship. Photographers and cameramen. Reception of the troops. Soldiers salute.
(37 m) 5th sport a. Munich: Canoe regatta paddlers on the ISAR, one and two. Translate military boat. Eugen Füss, MTV Munich, WINS in the a. Goiter/Wang, Bamberg, win in the doubles.
(33 m) b. Los Angeles: indoor sports festival 110 m hurdles: Dick Attlesee WINS in 15.6 seconds. Attlesee, great. Pole vault: Bob Richardson WINS with 4.58 m (16 m) c. Nuremberg: 1 FC Nuremberg - tennis Borussia Berlin 3-1 viewers with Hat adheres to the eyes, half-close. Game. Goalkeeper running out of gate. Cheer boys on the sidelines. Berlin player is injured in the clash. Spectator eating Apple, big. Tennis Borussia shoots compensation. Audience wave, half-close. Viewers filling picture. Nuremberg turned corner to the 2:1 game in front of the gate. Spectators ringing Bell. Boys whistle. Nuremberg Gets a penalty kick. Nuremberg shoots 3:1 boys jump. Spectators wave flags.
(38 m) 06. St. Louis: Monkey Business chimpanzees drive in carousel. Children watch. Chimpanzee jumps on stilts rope, pumping car, gymnastics on the Trapeze.
01 Korea: Communist front collapsed under the pressure of the weapon strength of UN troops is the Communist offensive front in Central Korea collapsed the Red Chinese attack divisions have hastily withdrawn. The counteroffensive of the United Nations forces is presented with great force to the North. These soldiers have escaped the offensive war of the Red leaders.
The camps are filled with tens of thousands of Communist soldiers. To their surprise, they are well catered for and handled - Very much in contrast to the claims of the communist propaganda of hate.
The General Assembly of the United Nations in New York decided an embargo for richly goods to Red China.
The resolution was adopted with 47 votes without a dissenting vote.
02. Corpus Christi according to ancient custom was the Corpus Christi day in the solemn processions. On Lake Staffel in Murnau in Bavaria, the believers in barges followed the Holy of Holies. The four Gospels were read on the Islands and the sea.
From the smallest to the largest municipality, the Catholic population committed this great feast of their faith with solemn seriousness.
A huge crowd gathered in front of the Cologne Cathedral, the Budweiser witness of Christian religion. Cardinal Frings gave the blessing the faithful.
03. updates soon: a. Austrian elections the population of Austria chose its new President. None of the candidates achieved a decisive majority in the first ballot, in which the camera did a glance into the cabin by Theo Lingen.
A repeat runoff election yielded a narrow majority for Dr. Theodor Körner, the 78jährigen Mayor of Vienna. The new Federal President belongs to the Socialist Party.
(b). Far from any human settlement in the wastelands of the American State of Utah, engineers prepare for the largest dynamite explosion of the world test explosion.
Newsreel cameras are ready to go.
Signals are given and go about 320,000 pounds of explosives in the air.
The massive explosion yielded scientific results on the utmost importance.
c. American worship, Munich In Munich Dante Stadium celebrated the New York Auxiliary Bishop James Griffith before thousands of American and German devotional a Pontifikalmesse to "Peace-keeping".
The famous sermon the Monsignore Fulton Sheen, and by millions of Catholics "American father Lombardi" initiation a student residence, Frankfurt revered d. stone to a student residence of the Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe University in Frankfurt.
The home will include reading and discuss rooms and about 800 student rooms. The building, which is designed to provide mainly foreign students living and working spaces, was partly made possible by support of the city of Frankfurt, for the most part, however, by a donation from the McCloy Fund.
04. for the defence of Europe: meet US troops reinforcements for West Germany a 5,000 U.S. soldiers say goodbye to New York. It is the famous 4th American Infantry Division, which is laid by General Eisenhower's Atlantic Pact forces to West Germany to reinforce. Meanwhile, the first part of the Division arrived in Bremerhaven. Three additional U.S. divisions will follow this quota to protect of Europe.
High American and Allied generals welcomed the new troops.
The task of these troops is scarce and outlined clearly in the radio message with her impending their arrival by Board of: "We don't come here to pick a fight, but to defend Western Europe if it does not."
05. sports: a. canoe regatta folding boat regatta on the river ISAR. The 35 km long scenic route ranged from Ehrmantraut at bad Tölz after Munich.
Swirl, waves and shoals required a high level of skill and mastery of the boat of Kayak riders.
Winner in the one was Eugen Füss MTV München.
The team of goiter/Wang of the Bamberg Kayak Club reached the best time in the two.
b. athletics, United States 110 meters hurdles at a nightly sports festival in Los Angeles.
45,000 saw a new record run by Dick Attlesee.
Dick Attlesee won in 15.6 seconds.
Pole vault - far above the 4-meter mark.
Bob Richardson reached the record height of 4 m 58.
c. football Nuremberg tennis Borussia Berlin (white trousers), the 1st FC Nuremberg met in Nuremberg for the group to the German Football Championship. After sharp attacks, the goal managed the Club in the 30th minute.
The Berlin left winger, Wilde, was injured in a collision.
Then, tennis could compensate for Borussia.
The 5. Corner for the Nuremberg into the second half for a 2-1 Wang.
The game is getting tougher, but it lacks the true master quality. A foul of the Berlin introduces a penalty to Nuremberg. From the penalty spot from chasing the ball into the goal: 3:1 for Nuremberg.
06. St. Louis: Every day: big monkey business chimpanzees by St. Louis show a new program of athletic grotesque performances.
Often copied, but never achieved, they remain the most famous natural comedian in the world.
Are in the large monkey business - as it should be - the chimpanzees the main actors and the people... Extras.
Communist Offensive Breaks Down
Under the pressure of the military strength of the UN troops, the spring offensive of the Communist in Middle Korea collapsed. The Red-Chinese offensive divisions retreated in full flight. The counter offensive of the UN troops pushed northward with great force. These soldiers escaped the war of the Red aggressor The POW-cages are filled with tens of thousands of Communist soldiers. To their surprise, they receive good food and decent treatment - much in contrast to the statements of the insidious Communist propaganda. In a session of the UN at New York, an embargo on merchandise important for war means was resolved. The resolution was accepted by 47 votes without one opposing voice.
02. Corpus Christi Day
Corpus Christi Day was celebrated with solemn processions. On the Staffelsee near Murnau Bavaria, the believers followed the tabernacel in boats. On the island and on the lake, the four gospels were read. In the smallest as well as in the biggest municipality the Catholics celebrated this holiday of their faith with solemnity. A huge crowd gathered in front of Cologne Cathedral, the 700-year-old monument of Christendom. Kardinal Frings gave the blessing.
03. Actualities in Brief:
a. Elections in Austria
The Austrian nation elected the new Federal President. In the first election - during which the camera caught a glimpse of Theo Lingen - none of the candidates could reach the majority. The second election brought a narrow majority for Dr. Theodor Körner, 73-year-old Burgomaster of Vienna. The new Federal President belongs to the Socialist Party.
b. Test Explosion
Far away from any human community in the uninhabited areas of the American state Utah, engineers prepare the biggest TNT explosion in the world. The newsreel cameras are ready. Signals are given and then: 320 000 pounds of TNT explode. The enormous explosion provided important results to scientific research.
c. Divine Service
In Munich Dante Stadium, the New York Bishop James Griffith celebrated a high Mass before thousands of American and German believers for the "Preservation of Peace". Monsignore Fulton Sheen preached the sermon. He is well-known and respected by millions of Catholics as the American "Pater Lombardi".
d. Home for Students, Frankfurt
Laying of the foundation stone for a home for students of the Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe university at Frankfurt. The house will have reading and discussion rooms and will contain nearly 800 rooms for students. The building, which will furnish out-of-town students with living and working quarters, was built partly through assistance of the magistrate of Frankfurt, but for the greater part by a donation from the McCloy Fund.
04. For the Defence of Europe
US Reeinforcements for Western Germany Arrive
5.000 US soldiers depart from the US. It is the famous 4th American infantry Division, which is transferred to Western Germany to strengthen General Eisenhower's Atlantic Pact forces. The first unit of the division arrived in Bremerhaven. Three more divisions for the protection of Europe will follow. High ranking America and allied generals greeted the new troops. The task of these troops is clearly defined in this cable with which they themselves advised their arrival "We are not coming to start a fight but to defend Europe if it becomes necessary."
a. Canu Race, Bavaria
Canus race on the Isar River. The 35 kilometers long track leads from Einöd near Bad Tölz to Munich. Whirls, waves and sand-banks have to be mastered with skill. "Winner in the skiff became Eugen Fuess, MTV Munich. The team Kropf Wimmer won the race for doubles.
b. Athletics, USA
110 meter high hurdles at a nightly sport event at Los Angeles. 45.000 spectators saw the record run of Dick Attlesee, Dick Attlesee won by 15,6 sec. Pole vault - far above the 4-meter-mark. Bob Richardson reached the record height of 4,56 meters.
c. Football, Nuremberg
At Nuremberg, Tennis Borussia (white shorts) and 1. FC Nuremberg met for an elimination-bout for the German Football Championship. After hard attacks, the Club shoots the leading goal after 30 minutes. The Berlin left forward Wilde is hurt. After this incident, Tennis Borussia could draw even. The 5th corner for the Nurembergers leads to 2:1 in the second half. The game becomes rougher but real master-quality is missing. A foul of the Berliners leads to a penalty kick by the Nurembergers. From the eleven meter mark, the ball flies into the goal. The final score is 3:1 for Nuremberg.
06. St. Louis
Every Day: Monkey Shines
The chimpanzees of St. Louis have a new show with special sporting and slapstick events. Often copied but never equalled - they are still the most famous natural comedians in the animal world. In the big monkey theater the chimpanzees are the stars and the human beings - the extras.
Persons in the Film
Attlesee, Dick ; Frings ; Griffith, James ; Körner, Ingeborg ; Lingen, Theo ; Lombardi ; McCloy, John ; Füss, Eugen ; Kropf ; Richards, Bob ; Wimmer, Maria
Nuremberg ; Los Angeles ; Munich ; Frankfurt ; Cologne ; West Germany ; Bremerhaven ; Utah ; St. Louis ; Korea ; New York ; Austria ; Vienna
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Higher education ; cameramen, cameramen ; Children ; Football ; Paddle ; Religious events ; Shipping ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Blasting ; Animals (except dogs) ; UN ; Buildings ; Korea ; Athletics, jogging, fun run ; Military ; Elections ; Zoo, Wildlife Park ; Construction ; Crew ; German 99.169 weekly show GmbH: ; Japan ; Military ; aftermath of war
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