PRIME MINISTER MACMILLAN Great Britain's Prime Minister Harold Macmillan at the end of 3 days of talks with U.S. President Eisenhower, in Washington, D.C., tells press of the NATO pooling of skills and resources.
CROSBY LIBRARY A new note struck by crooner Bing Crosby, as a 750,000 library financed by him is unveiled at his alma mater, Gonzaga U., in Washington. Crosby with his sons & wife Kathryn in a cap and down.
CAPITOL HIGHLIGHTS OF 1957 Secretary of State Dulles and Adlai Stevenson, newly designated special consultant on foreign policy, confer on the upcoming NATO meeting. President Eisenhower swears in M.A.T. head James Killian as his new top-level science adviser.
U.S. WELCOMES KING OF MOROCCO King Mohammed of Morocco arrives in Washington aboard the President's personal plane, to be greeted with full honors at National Airport. The North African monarch will discuss U.S. air bases in Morocco with Ike.
DULLES REPORT ON MIDDLE AND FAR EAST Secretary of State Dulles returns with Mutual Security Administrator Harold Stassen after a tour of trouble spots in the middle and Far East. He reports favorable results from his meetings with nationalrnleaders.
MISS PRESS PHOTOGRAPHER In Washington, D.C., the National Press Photographers Association holds itsrnannual beauty pageant and 19 lassies help prove once again that one picture is worth 1,000 words. A great close up on a line of legs during the swim suit competition.rn
NATION MOURNS RAYBURN'S PASSING The flag flies at half mast for Samuel Rayburn, Speaker of the House since 1940, who died at the age of 79 in 1961. A Congressman since 1913, the beloved "MR. SAM" was equally respected and honored by Democrat and Republican. Clips of Rayburn being inducted by President Harry S. Truman and with Presidents Dwight Eisenhower and John F. Kennedy.
IKE'S GRANCHILDREN AT WHITE HOUSE Frolicking on the White House Lawn as President Eisenhower's grandchildren pay a visit. The three youngsters and their Scottie, Skunkie, keep delighted cameramen busy for a happy half an hour.
MALARIA CAMPAIGN In Washington, D.C., Dr. Milton Eisenhower presents a million and a half dollar contribution from the U.S. to aid the inter-American campaign to eradicate malaria. A close up on the treasury department check.
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