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  • STATES AMBASSADOR TO POLAND (At The LBJ Ranch) (l.1:13 AM CST) General Gronouski, members of the family, ladies and gentlemen: Mrs. Johnson and I deeply regret our lack of influence on the weather, but we are happy that we could be here together even
  • AT THE PENTAGON (12:26 P.M. EST) Secretary Mc Namara, Secretary Nitze, General Wheeler, Members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Armed Services, Ladies and Gentlemen: don't have a speech to make here today. I just thought that I would come over and join
  • ~. ,) .. ''·.... ~ - 4 ­ EYES ONLY FOR THE PRESIDENT .·3:·iif:D Pwbli,GllifiA Pc•q1,1~s faerrni11ieA ei Cep7 right Hq&dtr; W Thomas lohnaon The President: It's hard to sell a house at my price of $40, 000 if Lady Bird tells the buyer at the door that she would sell
  • was the greate1, Lady Bird and I sat down to eat a meal alone . No wor
  • .. . . . . . . . . ... . ....... ~i: A ,--&\ .....,.-.,. •YA.-~..-~ ' """~~~-.·~ ? ,, ~- ..v~~~ ' CLH:&l DAY ..LETTER November 14, 1964 EXECUTIVE pp 2-2 Your thoughtful letter meant a great deal to 1119 and Lady Bird joins with me in thanking you and sending our best wishes
  • on to Princess Irene the message that Lynda Bird Johnson would be delighted to see her. I understand from Mme . Karolou, the Lady-in-Waiting· responsible for her arrangements, that Princess Irene is very pleased at the prospect. Since the Greek Embassy
  • . Helie, Jr. , of lotiisiana, and his daughter Miss Lynda Bird Johnson to be his personal representatives at the wedding of His Majesty King Constantine of Greece and Princess Anne­ lVIarie of Denmark. Ambassador and Mrs. Angie.r Biddle Duke, Chief
  • of spectacular value to many slum children. I'll n~ver . forget Lady Bird's . reaction after she had visited her first Head Start class. She said, "This is the finest thing we have done. They are taking some of the most deprived children in the la.nd
  • ARST, Mr. & Mrs. William Randolph, Jr. ~OWLAND, Dr. Richard H. ~MPHREY, The Vice President and Mrs. ~HNS:ON, Miss Lynda Bird ~NTNER, Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. / LASKER, Mrs. Albert D. ~AWRENCE, Mr. William ~ /1'U? / LEFEVE, Mr. David ~ANN
  • and his people, too. SECRETARY RUSK: It was Thieu who insisted that•here not be a mention of NLF in the joint statement. They want to treat the NLF as non-existent. The first of the meetings will be for the birds. We have debacles. of Debacles. That's why
  • 1965 the Early Bird satellite was placed in com­ mercial operation. Additional satellites will be launched this year and next, as indicated in Annex I. Earth stations re­ quired to receive and transmit messages via satellites are now in place
  • Exchange of Television Programs via Communications Satellite II. Summary Statement of. Proposal A. Description An offer to exchange television programs with the Soviet Union or Eastern European countries which would be transmitted live via Early Bird
  • . T hey see a comn1itment of Korean troops as killing several birds : not only helps t heir ally and fights their enemy i n another place, but it c ould stirnulate their economy greatly if they could play a role silnilar to J apan i n the Korean
  • of the American people. If we keep up the pressure on them, gradually the will of the Viet Cong and the North Vietnamese will wear down," Clifford concluded. · At 1:45 p. m. Lynda Bird brought Patrick Lyndon Nugent in to the President. Lyn stayed
  • of birds, which have evolved differ· ently on different islands. The memorial's directors do not plan their own scientific staff: They want to provide funds and facilities for scientists working on their own projects or a uni· versity program. Backing has
  • that commercial satellite communications has always been a product of international cooperation. Progress has been rapid. Early Bird was launched in It was my pleasure to participate in inaugural ceremonies 1965. via satellite with heads of state