KHRUSHCHEV AT THE U.N. In the United Nations General Assembly, Khrushchev makes a vitriolic attack on a Philippine delegate who spoke of Soviet domination of Eastern Europe. Secretary General Boland adjourned the meeting. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
Date: October 12, 1960 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:32:00, With Audio
CASTRO AT THE U.N. GENERAL ASSEMBLY An unprecedented audience of world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly hears a reply to Khrushchev's earlier tirade against the world organization and the actions of Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold in the Congo crisis. Fidel Castro denounces the United States while speaking for Cuba for 4.5 hours. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
4H CLUBBERS MEET PRESIDENT As 2 million members of the farm youth group celebrate 4H Club Week, the 6 outstanding members visit the White House to present the
Organization's annual report to the president.
MENDES-FRANCE MEETS CHURCHILL French Premier Mendes-France meets Winston Churchill and Foreign Minister Anthony Eden in England, following the deadlocked Brussels conference which upset European Army plans and put the Continent at a new turning point in its
U.N. CONSIDERS KATANGA CRISIS At U.N. Headquarters in New York, Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold calls for a resolution for speedy withdrawal of Belgium troops from Katanga and a promise of non-interference in the Congo's internal affairs. Nevertheless, Katanga is very much in the international picture. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
MEXICAN PRESIDENT VISITS U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower warmly greets the President of Mexico, Adolfo Lopez Mateos, and his family, arriving at Washington to return President Eisenhower's visit of last February. After arrival ceremonies, Senor Lopez Mateos visits Mount Vernon, home and shrine of George Washington, to pay tribute to the father of this country.
ANTI-AMERICAN PROTESTS IN HAVANA A new crisis in Cuba after anti-Castro leaflets are scattered through the streets by a plane based in the United States. The incident sparks raids by anti-revolutionary terrorists that kill some and injure many. The reaction of Castro supporters is swift particularly at a conference of U.S. travel agents meeting in Havana.
LODGE DEBUNKS RED SPY CHARGES In Security Council debate in the United Nations, Ambassador Lodge gives the lie to Soviet charges that the R-B-47 reconnaissance jet shot down by Red fighters was on a spy flight. He reveals the plane's flight was tracked by U.S. secret devices, which show that Red fighters actually attempted to force the plane from its flight over international waters into Red air space before shooting it down. A dramatic denunciation of Soviet piracy.
IKE IN TUNISIA AND PARIS President Dwight D. Eisenhower's historic peace mission carries him to Tunisia, the most pro-Western of the Arab nations and the smallest stop on his entire tour. President Bourguiba presents an Arab steed and a cheering populace hails Ike. He travels by sea on the U.S.S Des Moines to the French shores where an enthusiastic reception in Toulon greets him. But in Paris, the character of Ike's mission is altered as he confers in momentous pre-summit talks with Charles De Gaulle, Adenauer and Macmillan that result in an invitation to Nikita Khrushchev for summit meetings in the Big Four capitals. NOTE: SOUND A LITTLE HOT BUT WILL BE CORRECTED ON MASTER ORDERS
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