Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 22, 1959 · Page 42
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PAMPA BA1L¥ NEWS ^ StlffDAy, FEBRUAfty 22, 1959 US Frozen Food Sent To President By MfittRfttAK SMlfH White Htnise AdAPtfLctJ, Mexico (tJPi) Backstairs at the White House: President Elsenhower's diet while he is In Mexico will remain hutch like it would be if he were back In Washington of Gettysburg. On the suggestion of Ws doctor, Maj. Gen. Howard McC. Snyder, a large Supply of frozen American food was shipped down by air from the White House. The U.S. Navy wanted the President to spend Wednesday night at the naval base in Corpus Chrtell, Tex., but the Air Force won the honor. His base for a few hours sleep 6n route to Mexico, was the big Strategic Air Command center at Bergstrom Air Force Base out- Houston In San Antonio. fhe Hotel Plerrs Marques where Elsenhower is staying tonight is in a big tizzy over its distinguished clientele. Manager Charles F. Rogers gently had to steer a let of well-paying guests with long advance reservations to other hotels to make room for the Elsenhower party. Eisenhower took over one of the four big wings of the hotel, M far removed as possible from the beach, the swimming pool and the center of the hotel. This was for security, as well as seclusion. Eisenhower and President Adolfo Lopez Mateos are having dinner tonight at La Perla, a night club operated as part of the Hotel El Mtrador. The hotel proudly side Austin. The Army sought un- hails La Perla M "the world's successfully to have the President' most spectacular night elub." revisit his old post at Fort Sam' This may be true In a sense CO HANG—This Is the latest for executive offices, a leaning strap. It was designed by Jack Waldheim and Earl Koepke, of Milwaukee, Wis. It Is supposed to revive tensions and ..provide muscle stretching. PEEK-TURE — Six-year-old Jeffrey Freundllch turns his crayon scribbling into a self-portrait in Nashville, Tenn. „ Jeffrey was embellishing an arts exhibit at Peabodsr Colleea. Certainly no night club in New York, Chicago or LoS Angeles includes in the floor show a. group Of young men diving into the ocean from cllffa more than 100 feet high.- La Perla, after tonight, also can advertise itself as "the only night club in the world visited by President Eisenhower while he was in office." In fact, it would be almost impossible to imagine Eisenhower escorting a visiting president to the Casino Royal in Washington. HEAD FOR BYPASS ROCKFORD, HI. (UPI) — A roadblock set up Wednesday to catch license plate violators netted only violators traveling south. Police found a resident around the corner was warning violators traveling north to take a bypass. The U.S.S. Forrestal can ac- comodate a city of 40,000 population. FRANCE STRAINS UNDER DEGAULLE'S REIGN By NKWSOM tlPl Foreign Editor The honeymoon isn't over yet for Gen. diaries de Gaulle and la belle France but the marriage is showing signs of strain. The bride )* growing refltlve under de Gaulle's edict that the couple must live within its income, and they're also having trouble with the relatives In Algeria, France wa/j on the verge of civil war last May 15 when de Gaulle announced he was ready to come out of retirement and take over the government of France. Committees of public safety In Algeria were in outright revolt against the weak Paris government of Premier Pierre PfHmlin, There were ominous signs that French paratroops in North Afri* a were ready to invade the mainland, link up with other dissidents there and march on the capital itself. Planes Fly Over Home In those closing days of the French Fourth Republic, French air force fighter planes flew In symbolic Cross of Lorraine for- an overwhelming majority In the assembly, gained three main objectives. They were: To restore francs to Its place °n}y salvation, among the great nations. -. ~ who, outnumbered almost 10 to one by the Moslems, see total Integration with France as their To place the nation on ft pay- as-you-go basis, removing her front the list 6f Europe's sick nations. To end the uprising In Algeria. Meet* Opposition Before he could attain hla first objective, it was necessary for him to oft successful in the other two. At home, his austerity campaign already is meeting widespread opposition. In industrial Lille last week several thousand heavy industry,, workers went on strike to pmtest the lay-off of more than 800 workers in a plant making steel machinery. It was a token strike but it could establish a pattern for kothers. The cause is two-fold: First the de Gaulle austerity c/impaign which virtually decreed a halt to pay increases while at the same time increasing taxes; and, France's entry into the European common market which lowered De Gaulle has refused to meet their dema'nds, insisting that Algeria must reniftlnwtei the tjria&gt^om my he itt&ffied. French, its political tie France will be determined after peace la restored. The result was that when F>ench Prettier Ml- BtttJJ flAfttAftt CAR LONDON (UP!) . t , * . »„ , ttolon said Friday il Will mat! chel Detes visited Algeria W9t! duce ft hcW binUHt tM week, he was met with cries of now on dt 9 p i ay {n Moscow. Moscow said the car has fe of 'down with de Gaulle," Those are only two of de Gaulle's pressing problems. In addition, of course, he IS beset by all thft others hanging over nations today. Them must be many ft night horsepower, two • cylinder, | cooled engine at the rear / top speed of 60 miles ft/ It weighs 1,800 pounds d about 5o miles to tins g4 gasoline, ', mations over de Gaulle's home in French tari££s and forced French open invitation for him to take manufacturers to convert to more by whatever means he effi dent methods in order to compete in the common market. The result has been widespread layoffs in such key industries as textiles, automotive and electrical home appliances. It has given the Communists their first real campaign Issue against do Gaulle. Algeria Still KCstlesn Opposition to de Gaulle policies also has neared the violent stage in Algeria, not from the political left but from the extreme right. It is made up of French settlers, xwer by whatever means he :hose. And so, whatever regrets or misgivings the professional politicians had, it was in an atmosphere of general rejoicing that de Gaulle first took over emergency powers and then on Jan. 8 of tills year emerged as the first president of the French Fifth Republic. De Gaulle, backed by new powers which placed him in a position similar to that of the president of the United States and by SUITS from 549.95 to _ $75 By Curlee .......,., by Hyde Park SPORT COATS from $24.95 to $39.95 by Curlee by Hyde Park SLACKS From $1295 __. to _ by Masterbilt E. C. 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