National Geographic : 1960 May
KODACHROME(ABOVE) AND HS EKTACHROMES( N.G .S . Even Presidents cover their shoes at Jinnah's tomb HUNDREDS of Pakistani children squatted along the road, clicking small stones together in a traditional rhythmic wel come to President Eisenhower outside the en trance to the tomb of Mohammed Ali Jinnah, 608 Quaid-i-Azam, or Great Leader, of free Paki- stan. The attendant (above) trembled so badly when he tried to tie on the cotton shoe covers for Mr. Eisenhower that the President seemed almost ready to bend down and help. Captain Evan P. Aurand, the President's Naval Aide, crosses behind him.