1951 Little League Baseball World Series in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Andy Wasil and his team from Stamford, Connecticut and the team from Austin, Texas comes on ground to play. Supporters of both the teams cheer the players. Both teams play baseball game to win Little League Championship. Stamford, Connecticut wins the match against team of Austin, Texas with a score of 3-0. Andy Wasil kisses a girl.
Little League Baseball Series in Williamsport Pennsylvania. Crowd in the stand cheers. Season's round-robin finale in progress. The Monterey Mexico team wins over the La Mesa California team as Monterey pitcher Angel Macias has a good game.
Baseball game between Granada Hills from California and Startford from UK. View of game, crowd cheering. Californians take over Startford with a score of 2-1.
Spring offensive during the Korean War. An animated map of Korea shows the position of United Nation forces behind the 38th Parallel. Events and attack from 20th April, 1951 to May 20th 1951. Chinese forces launch a Spring offensive on 23rd April, 1951. Another Red offensive is launched around the Hwachon Reservoir area. United Nation forces are forced back and move towards south. Later they recover some ground around Seoul. Second phase of Spring offensive being launched around Chunchon in the Central sector of Korea. Later the UN forces strengthen their position in Central part of Korea.
Exterior view of Pan American Union Building in Washington DC, with a 1930s Packard four door sedan-limousine parked in front. A man entering the building. Jefferson Caffery, U.S. Ambassador to Brazil, seated in an office and reviewing paperwork. Narrator describes the creation of the Good Neighbor Fleet (where Moore-McCormack Lines, also called Mooremack, was contracted to run three ocean liners of the U.S. Maritime Commission between the USA and South America, called the Good Neighbor Fleet.) Close up picture of brochure advertising the new fleet, and picturing the three ships (The California, Virginia and Pennsylvania from the former Panama Pacific Line, with new names Uruguay, Brazil and Argentina.) Next scene shows 3 men meeting (this is possibly Moore-McCormack Lines founder Albert V. Moore, on right, seated at a table and in discussion, possibly with U.S. Maritime officials. Man on left is possibly Emmet McCormack.) Passengers aboard liner SS Brazil as it departs port. Crowd on docks wave at the ship leaving New York harbor. View from on board SS Brazil in New York Harbor as a nearby tug boat sprays water. Skyline and skyscrapers of New York City's Manhattan Island seen in background. Map of South America showing route of a Good Neighbor ship. Good Neighbor Fleet ships at a harbor in South America. U.S. State Department diplomats in South America beside one of the ships as fleet service is inaugurated. Exterior view of Pan American Union building and its sign in Washington DC (later called the building of the Organization of American States). President Ortiz of Argentina, President Alfredo Baldomir of Uruguay, and President Vargas of Brazil are shown in discussion with various officials.
View from above of the U.S. Navy Gato class submarine Redfin, at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, where it is being converted to a radar picket boat. Workers stand above the hull, which has been cut in half. Next, the two halves of the hull are seen being moved apart to facilitate addition of a 34 foot extension in the hull between the control room and the forward batteries. View of derricks and cranes around the Redfin and of Workers standing atop the boat's hull. Camera pans to closeup of one half of the boat as it is being winched away from the other, along a steel rail. View from below the bow. View from floor showing the two halves of the hull separated. Workers sketch diagram in chalk on floor of drydock. Scaffolding shown in place around the opening between the hull halves. Worker cutting steel plate with acetylene torch. A steel plate affixed to the hull, showing the name, USS Redfin (SSR-272) and the schedule for the project. The only item completed is the start date of May 1st. Workers engaged in fabricating the new section of hull.