Item showing Canadian factories making and shipping dried milk to Europe.
Unissued / Unused material.
Canadian factories manufacture dried milk for shipment to Europe. Montreal, Canada.
Various shots trucks driving to the Montreal docks, showing the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Bon Secours in the background. M/S barrels of milk powder being unloaded from a truck onto the docks. M/S silhouette shots of barrels being swung aboard a ship. M/S group of officials who are speaking for the CBC in front of a microphone. Left to right Father Beneditto Maria Maltempi, (rector of Notre Dame de Mont Carmel) Conte Carol Feciadi Cossato, (Italian ambassador to Canada,) Honourable Ernest Bertrand, (Postmaster General of Canada) Honourable Brooke Claxton, (Minister of National Defence). C/U pan down barrels of milk.
M/S Father Maltempi blessing the barrels. C/U label on a barrel which says "UN Children's food". M/S of barrels being swung onto the ship and lowered into the hold. C/U C. S. Cossato shaking hands with Brooke Claxton. Various shots small churns of milk being pushed into the factory of the Powdered Milk Company for processing. Various elevated shots of the cases of milk being tested. C/U milk being poured from a can into a dehydrator.
C/U the milk coming off the rollers at the other end of the machine in dough like slab. C/U powdered milk pouring from machines into barrels. Various shots as a male worker mixes milk for 2 children. C/U a small boy drinking a glass of milk, good shots of the child. M/S a queue of Greek children. C/U a Greek mother feeding milk from a tin to a child in her arms.