KHRUSHCHEV VISITS AMERICAN FARM Nikita Khrushchev visits a farm on an American tour. The crowd of reporters is so thick it causes skirmishes in which Khrushchev and his entourage keep the crowds away by throwing corn and other grains on them.
KHRUSHCHEV FINISHES HIS AMERICAN TOUR President Eisenhower escorts Nikita Khrushchev back to Blair House in Washington, D.C. after a trip to Camp David. Farewell ceremonies at Andrew's Airbase include a speech by Khrushchev in which he says he hope the two countries will use the term "okay" more and more often.
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.
ROCKEFELLERS AT KYKUIT ESTATE A Rockefeller family portrait includes son Steven C. and his new wife Anne-Marie Rasmussen with her father Christian and Governor Nelson Rockefeller and his wife Mary Clark. The visit marks the first time the press was allowed to photograph the Rockefeller Estate, Kykuit, in Westchester, New York.
ATLANTIC FLEET MANEUVERS The Atlantic Fleet's crack sub-killers go through their paces in three days of spectacular maneuvers, unleashing the latest and most deadly missile weapons in their arsenal during a 3-day visit by the Secretary of the Navy. Afterwards he takes the helm of the A-Sub Skipjack.
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
QUEEN VISITS WILLIAMSBURG Britain's Queen Mother Elizabeth visits Williamsburg, Virginia and is welcomed with appropriate ceremony in the historic town that's famed for its reconstruction in 18th Century Colonial style.
IKE STATES HIS MISSION Just before departing on his historic visit to 11 nations, President Dwight D. Eisenhower states to America the goal of his unprecedented mission, to dispel the doubts lingering abroad as to America's good-will and peaceful intentions with all the prestige he has to muster. NOTE: SOUND A LITTLE HOT BUT WILL BE CORRECTED ON MASTER ORDERS
ISRAEL BORDER OPENED The sealed border between Israel and Jordan is opened to permit Christian pilgrims from around the world to visit the hallowed places of the Bible during the Holy season. NOTE: SOUND A LITTLE HOT BUT WILL BE CORRECTED ON MASTER ORDERS
PROTEST IN JAPAN Japanese students and leftist organizations turn out for a demonstration protesting the visit of U.S. nuclear subs to Japan. The police and the crowd turn to fighting as the demonstrators attempt to penetrate the grounds of the Naval bases.
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