White House Press Secretary James Hagerty arrived in Bonn, West Germany, Aug 13, aboard a Boeing 707 jet airliner.
White House Press Secretary James Hagerty arrived in Bonn, West Germany, Aug 13, aboard a Boeing 707 jet airliner. He came to discuss arrangements for President Eisenhower's visit to Germany Aug 27.
Mr. Hagerty and fifty other officials, are touring the Western capitals on Eisenhowers itinerary. The trip also serves as a series of test landings for the Boeing 707, in which the President will travel.
During a brief press conference he said that President Eisenhower will be accompanied by fifteen officials and will only stay in Bonn about seven hours before flying on to London.
After Bonn Mr. Hagerty flew into Paris. He arrives in London Aug 15 and hopes to be back in Washington Aug 16.
President Eisenhower is scheduled to spend five full days in Britain, leaving for Paris Sept 2.