CHURCHILL LAUDS U.S.; FRENCH BACK ARMS PACT In England, Prime Minister Winston Churchill addresses the annual Conservative Party Conference, denouncing anti-American feeling, and receives a moving, spontaneous ovation. In Paris, Premier Mendes-France receives a decisive vote of confidence from the National Assembly on the issue of re-arming Germany, a vote that marks a historic and difficult decision.
DULLES RETURNS FROM PARIS In an unusual gesture, President Eisenhower welcomes Secretary of State John Foster Dulles at the airport in Washington, D.C. as he returns from the Paris conference which saw agreement on German sovereignty and rearmament finally achieved.
U.S. DIPLOMATS SEEK NEW DEFENSE ACCORD Secretary of State Dulles arrives on flying visit to confer with Chancellor Adenauer on West German rearmament within the framework of European defense pacts. Deputy Undersecretary of State Robert Murphy arrives from talks with Yugoslavia's Marshal Tito, reportedly hopeful of achieving Yugo-Italian accord on the trouble-spot of Trieste.
FRENCH VOTE YES ON GERMAN ARMS After initial reverses in Parliament that alarmed the Western Allies, French Premier Mendes-France gathers votes for the approval of German re-armament and the Western European Union is formed, ending a grave menace to the unity of the Atlantic Alliance.
GLASSBORO SUMMIT & NIAGARA FALLS United States President Lyndon Johnson meets with Soviet Premier Aleksei Kosygin at the Hollybush Mansion on the campus of Glassboro State College for the Glassboro Summit of 1967. The Maid of the Mist boat leaves for a tour of the Niagara River and the Niagara Falls with Canadian and American tourists aboard.
NEW GAZA CRISIS Israel once again mans her border defenses as Fedayeen terror raids resume from Gaza following the withdrawal of Israeli forces in compliance with a U.N. mandate. The locals dig trenches and hand out guns and ammunition.
DE GAULLE RALLIES FRANCE Premier Charles De Gaulle on a whirlwind tour of 4 key French voting centers to rally support for his new constitution. Everywhere, crowds give the General a warm greeting, while in Lille, his birthplace, De Gaulle ignores his security guard to chat with supporters. He throws his arms up in a "V" for victory.
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