Press Telegram, December 21, 1959

Press Telegram

December 21, 1959

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Issue date: Monday, December 21, 1959

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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - December 21, 1959, Long Beach, California LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1959 VoLLXXII-No. 276 ____ _ _____ TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 weekend. Eisenhower said this meet ing agreed it is desirable tha the East-West summit session 'convene from time to tim in each other's countries tc discuss the main problems af fecting the attainment' o peace and stability in th world." THE FIRST meeting wi convene in Paris April 27 i Khrushchev accepts the ar rangements. The Big Four, in their in vitations to the Soviet leader ruled out the participation divided Germany, Red Chin and India. Eisenhower said goodby (Continued Page A-4, Col. 3 toar 'Viva' or Franco, iisenhower President First Allied Leader to Call on Dictator MADRID of lousands of cheering Spani- rds today gave President Eisenhower the biggest wel- ome this country has roared iut to a foreign visitor in modern times. Flag-waving crowds lined he streets and hung from rees and jammed balconies as the President rode into Madrid with Francisco Franco at his side. Eisenhower is the irst top western leader to eader to visit the Spanish dictator, who wore his gen- uniform. t DISREGARDIG a biting wind, spectators let loose' one roar of cheers after an- other as Eisenhower, standing upright with out-stretched arms, rode by in a bubble-top .imousine. The foreign ministry esti- mated the crowd at more than million, representing half Madrid's population. Cries of "Viva Franco" and 'Viva Eisenhower" greeted them. Overhead, a huge sign read ''Ike, Ambassador oi Peace." HORSE LANCERS in blue, scarlet and gold uniforms pre- ceded the car for the drive through Madrid. Eisenhower, making the next to last stop of his 11-na- tion tour, touched down at 'p.m.- Franco, who had arrived at the airport 11 minutes before in his black Rolls Royce, stood with the President as the national anthems were played. Then he presented his daughter, the Marquesa de Villaverde, with her marques husband. FRANCO CONSIDERS this presidential visit a tribute to his support of the Western Allies against communism. It is a far cry from the atmos- phere of a few years ago, when the United Nations held the Franco regime to be a menace to peace. Today the United States has some of its best forward bombing bases in Spain. In fact, Eisenhower landed at one of these bases near Ma- drid, and Franco in his wel- (Continued Page A-5, Col. 2) OLD AND NEW Yule Carels" Story Is ToW The air is filled with music this Yule season, just as it was the first Christmas morning more than years ago. To get the inspiring story of how this music came to be written, you will want to read the warmly told "Story of the a three-part series beginning today on Page B-4. MAMIE FETES WHITE HOUSE AIDS Ike's Gift to Staff Is Painting WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower's Christmas presents were distributed today to the people, at the. White House. His gift to each employe s a 'reproduction of a painting of a mountain in the 'Canadian Rockies that is named for him. The picture of Mt. Eisen- hower was given out at a reception for the of people who work at the executive mansion, from cooks and maids and gar- deners to top officials. Mrs. Eisenhower, wear- ing a gay Christmas red dress, diamond earrings sparkling in the lights of a tree, received the staff in the White House East Room. -Eisenhower, of course, is still overseas. ,The'White House person- nel went, by for a hand- shake with Mrs. Eisenhow- er, then they received their paintings. THE PICTURE shows a tall, rocky butte looming over a blue lake with fir trees rising beyond the shores. Mt. Eisenhower rises feet in Banff Nation- al Park. It was named for Eisenhower, the general, rather than Eisenhower the president, on Jan. 11, 1946." It used to be called Castle Mountain. The Canadian. Board on Gographic Names made the change. Reproductions of Eisen- hower paintings.are a fav- orite gift of the President and the recipients. One year the President gave White House workers a picture of a battered red barn. An- other year the painting was 1 a snow scene In the Colo-; rado Rockies. ;

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