November 20, 1956
EISENHOWER ON CYPRUS: Washington, 19 (From Kathimerini correspondent V.A. Spanopoulos) – According to an informed source, there is cause for optimism on the Cyprus issue. Not only is the atmosphere at the United Nations favorable, but the American government’s stance is more sympathetic following the visit here by Greek Prime Minister Constantine Karamanlis… According to another source, US President Dwight D. Eisenhower promised (Karamanlis) that he will help the Greek government effectively regarding the Cyprus issue within and outside the auspices of the UN, by exerting friendly pressure on Great Britain, within the framework of the international situation. ELVIS PRESLEY: New York, 19 – More than 1,500 young people of both sexes sang and shouted while forming long lines outside the Paramount Theater on Broadway last Thursday (November 15) for the premiere of the first film by rock-and-roll singer Elvis Presley, titled «Love Me Tender.» Police surrounded troublemakers to restore order as members of the Youth Protection Organization mingled with the crowd to weed out those who had played hooky from school.