Paramount Pictures, Inc., Collection. 1951 - 1951. Motion Picture Newsreel Films. 10/1941 - 3/1957. PARAMOUNT NEWS [MAY 18]


Paramount Pictures, Inc., Collection. 1951 - 1951. Motion Picture Newsreel Films. 10/1941 - 3/1957. PARAMOUNT NEWS [MAY 18]

Paramount Pictures, Inc., Collection. 1951 - 1951. Motion Picture Newsreel Films. 10/1941 - 3/1957. PARAMOUNT NEWS [MAY 18]


Part 1, boxers Walcott and Marciano tell newsmen their versions of their recent fight. Part 2, Secs. Dulles and Stassen deplane at Tel Aviv, Israel, and confer with Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett. Gen. Ridgway tells the House Foreign Affairs Committee that NATO aid is still needed. President Eisenhower receives an honorary degree from William and Mary College; confers with Adm. Joy aboard the yacht Williamsburg; and views midshipmen in formations at the Naval Academy. Part 3, the liner Christoforo Colombo is launched at Genoa, Italy. Part 4, newsman William N. Oatis, former Czech prisoner, deplanes at Idlewild Airport. Part 5, three fighter planes are simultaneously refueled in mid-air from a British Superfortress.

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