01 new ideas Munich painter: exhibition on the Street - painter plays organ. Exhibition on the road. Sales of lots. Painter in big straw shoes. Images. Düsseldorf: Painter paints cityscapes on scarves. Transfer the pressure on the fabric. Silk scarf in the shop. Young woman with a scarf as headscarf, large.
(26 m) 02. Africa: hunting on the TSE TSE fly jungle. Rhino. Native village. Cattle. Larvae of the fly on hand. Animals are vaccinated with serum against sleeping sickness. Fly, great at the Vampiress.
(33 m) 03 Germany today: what do women woman is laundry in the washing machine and wash. Women at the ironing and laundry. Women in bookbinding, for stapling books. Women in the manufacture of wax candles. Wax figures are modeled. Different candles. Women on machines. Women in Brewery. Rinse the bottles. Bottles on treadmill. Are coming out of the post. Skateboarding goes up stairs. Post, inside how to box. Skateboarding with her children by the hand.
(80 m) 4 new from technology a. United States: new invention "Coal mole" machine in the mining of coal. Paddle wheels digging in rocks.
(26 m) b. England: collapsible ladder man rides a bicycle and takes folding ladder by carrier. He flips head apart and rises to Lantern. He folded back head.
(18 m) c. United States: camera developed photos man photographed. Images are being developed in the camera. Finished photo comes from camera.
(15 m) 5th letters to Bonn: how is the flag?
Consultation of the Parliamentary Council. Carlo Schmid, half-close. Man brings post. Letters on a pile. Various proposals for a new flag. Design of a 13-year-old girl with Dove of peace. The Committee advises. Advice on seat of the new Federal Government. Plan of the cities of Bonn, Kassel and Frankfurt.
(48 m) 06. Feet: record jump on the mammoth Hill record jump on the mammoth Hill - snow is moved on the Hill and stepped down. Viewers on trees. Crowds on the Hill. Jump from Sepp Weiler. Sepp Weiler jumps with skis in hand, half close Sepp Weiler new Hill record 94 yards. Congratulations after the jump.
01 art goes for bread: painter with new ideas art goes for bread - and the artists to the customers, especially at the present time of the shortage of money. So wore Munich their pictures on the Street painter and tried to warm the hearts of the street passers-by for the non-performing arts, English singers and draw what is not always easy at 10 degrees below zero. For a 20-penny-run a framed artwork - if you're lucky. Two boys had it - and the painter shook their Los boxes again. An old Schwabing in more difficult sale negotiations. What doesn't belong to the raffle, is freely available the Mona Lisa, from abstract painting to the copy. In Düsseldorf, the painter with an other idea strive for the same goal. There, it paints colorful street scenes of the old town of Painter on silk scarves. The woman assumes the pressure with the templates - and the son already tried with Max and Moritz designs. Each scarf is a unique model - so to speak, a painting of the everyday - and is autographed. Hand-painted silk scarves from the fashion and painter-Düsseldorf - a fashion novelty with artistic value and... one effective remedial measures for the needy artists.
02. in the African jungle: hunting on the TSE TSE fly is the huge cattle wealth in Central Africa since time immemorial by the TSE-TSE fly, the wearer of the murderous sleeping sickness, threatened. Now, that the TSE-TSE fly soon falls of scientific research to the victim is.
In the Zulu country, in southern Sudan, and in other parts of the African continent breeding and food of the deadly insect researchers have studied. Two English scientists, Dr. Curd and Dr. Davey, discovered the serum Antrycide. Here the larvae of the TSE-TSE fly. The first tests with the new drug proved that the animals thus vaccinated against sleeping sickness are immune. Experiments show how the fly sucks blood and transmits sleeping sickness in cattle. Now, protection and healing is possible.
Central Africa may be the world's largest meat supplier - if the TSE-TSE fly more means no danger for the huge herds of the black continent.
03. Germany today: what women do with the increasing industrialization of the economy work more and more women in the various professions.
Today is women's work of one of the most important factors in the overall economy. Shortage of male workers has expanded greatly the task area of the woman. 85% of all employed women are at this laundry. Of all mechanization retains here but the personally female character of each individual operation. It is already No more does book binding. Here hand and mechanical production smoothly. It's fast access, because the rhythm of the work may not in Boulder are. Skill and often also physical strength are basic conditions of power here. A field of activity has always been preferred for women is the craft work. In this wax candle factory is full of patience and care piece by piece on the jewelry candle stapled - employment, which is also suitable for older women, an old artisan tradition continues with the casting of coat of arms made of wax and modelling of wax figures. The woman with the machine today is an everyday image. Many women work also precision, where it arrives on sensitivity and accuracy - two features that are essential for the precision mechanics. Lathe or engraving, it give good progress – the women are reliable and of all demands. Heavy machines are operated by women with great care. Even heaviest work is done by women today, as shown here in a brewery. 2,000 bottles go in the hour by the hand of a woman. By rinsing bottles of empty up to the filling, sealing to the shipping - women at work are everywhere. The machine dictates the pace - but the women are the ones who ensure the smooth passage of the work with the important and indispensable hand grips.
Still a woman professional incurred from the novellas of today: skateboarding. The Postwoman is, How many working women, at the same time housewife and mother, during the day goes upstairs, downstairs - in the evening, the children and the household To want to be worried. Because the man is missing, developed this woman, like countless others, alone a living for the family - an example from everyday life of women today, is testimony to what women can afford.
04. new technology an American invention: the coal Mole. This machine sets new records in the open pit. Dig the items like the claws of a voracious monster - and the whole machine eats into literally in the Kohlenmasse. The driving force is generated separately and transferred to the machine. In an hour, hundreds of tons of coal can be extracted in this way. The coal Mole - a crucial step forward to increase the capacity.
Now an English invention: it is the inconspicuous package on the carrier. One moment, please - a handle, and the package becomes a ladder that can be used for many purposes, professionally and otherwise. After work, the head turns again in one handy package.
And yet a hit from America: the camera with its own darkroom. The chemicals to the development of the negative - as the paper for the trigger inside the casing of this apparatus. You take photos of a picture and everything is ready in a short minute. Development and printing of the image To find Instead of automatically. The recording can be glued Right away in the album. Speed is just No more witchcraft, but technical progress.
05. letters to Bonn: how is the flag?
In Bonn, the Parliamentary Council advises on the Constitution of the future German State. While current issues at a meeting of the main Committee, a post office, completed the daily Inbox. Each shipment contains a flurry of correspondence from all circles of the population, reflecting the intense interest in the Bonn discussions. Many of the letters deal with the question of how the new German State flag should look like. Here the draft of a 13 years old girl.
A flag Committee advises on the various proposals. The old Federal colours of 1848, schwarz-rot-gold, are in many settings To find; for the shape of the flag are the various suggestions, some style, some daring and bizarre. The discussion is also the seat of the future federal Government. The cities that apply, send your suggestions here the plan, designed the city of Bonn. Here from Kassel. And finally an another candidate: Frankfurt.
06. feet in the Allgäu: record jump on the mammoth Hill spring-like weather in the Allgäu - to inaugurate the new mammoth Hill in feet.
The snow must be imported. Over 300 trucks bring the necessary base for jumping from Tyrol. 20,000 spectators have appeared to see the German class at the start. Expect great achievements. On the rating jumps, skips with shortened start-up. Jump services are well considering the blunt snow - on average about 70 meters - which best jump 80 meters and more. Superior winner remains Sepp Weiler, Oberstdorf, with two jumps of 83 and 84 meters. But hamlet wants more – he wants to create a new record out of competition. Here he comes! Next template and blinding attitude, he's going with full contact on the Hill. 94 meters - the furthest jump - a great start for the new ski jump and the new sports year stood on a German Hill.
01. Painters with new Ideas
Money is short to-day, and the Munich painters are having a bad time, so they found a new way to attract buyers. They display their paintings on the street and arrange lotteries in which their paintings are prizes. For 20 pfennig you can win a good, framed oil painting.
In Düsseldorf the painters try another way. They paint street scenes on silk to be used as scarfs.
02. In African Jungles:
Hunting the Tse-Tse Fly
For ages African animals have been menaced by the Tse-Tse fly which carries sleeping sickness. Two British scientists, Dr. Curd and Dr. Davey, studied the insect and found Antrycide, a new serum. After inoculation the animals will not become sick. Once the Tse Tse fly is eradicated, Africa may become the biggest meat producer of the world.
03. Germany To-Day:
At present the working woman is one of the most important factors in the German economy. As there is a lack of male specialists the women have a wide field of employment.
85% of all employees are female in this loundry. Book binding is another new female profession. Applied art is an old occupation. This candle factory employs many women, especially old ones. Women also work at machines - even precision work is done by their tender hands. Heavy work is done by women in this brewery. 2,000 bottles pass through the hands of a woman per hour. Postman is another female occupation. As her husband did not return from the war she has to take care of her children and support the whole family. An example of women's adaptability.
04. Technical News
An American invention is this coal digger which excoriates the coal in record time. In one hour hundreds of tons of coal are mined. A British invention is this ladder which can be folded down into a small parcel.
Another American invention is this camera which itself develops and prints the picture. One minute after the shot is done, the picture can be put into the album.
05. Letters to Bonn:
How is the German Flag Going to Look?
At Bonn, the parlamentary council debates the constitution of the future German federation. A special post office works out the daily mail. Many letters deal with the question of the German flag. This is the design of a 13 year old girl. A committee discusses the several suggestions. The old colours of 1848, black-red-gold are often suggested. Also the place of the future government is discussed. This is the plan which was designed at Bonn. This is the Cassel plan. Another competitor: Frankfurt.
Record Ski Jump
Spring-like weather in Allgäu - at the opening of a new skiing jump in Fuessen. More than 300 truck-loads of snow have to be imported from Tyrol. 20,000 fans attended the great competition of the German extra class. The jumps average between 70 and 80 meters. Sepp Weiler, Oberstdorf, is winner jumping 83 and 84 meters. But Weiler wants more to get a record and tries another jump. 94 meters - the best score ever recorded in German competition.
Persons in the Film
Schmid, Carlo ; Weiler, Sepp
Feet ; Munich ; United States ; Berlin ; Düsseldorf ; Africa ; Bonn ; England ; Bizone
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Libraries ; Books ; Organizations ; Trade, finance ; cameramen, cameramen ; Flags ; Women, mothers ; Radio ; musical instruments ; Political events ; Pests and pest control ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; sports audience, sports spectator ; Technology ; Animals (except dogs) ; freedom of expression ; Art ; Works of art ; Landscapes ; Jobs ; Exhibitions ; Mining ; Japan ; Technology ; aftermath of war
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