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  • the recovery of your healtbo Yw ~re$ not only to your country but also to tM mtir® I wi•h that .as the night cedes viprous to continue [email protected] dci1y J'@U th® gre.ilt work [email protected] to Lady Bird and for continu~ wi~e~ h~ letter *e~t ~S*®t d~~r&atic will f
  • 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
  • . LADY . OF :} ,B OUT 65, WHO EXPRESSED SOME ANNOYANCE , THAT ALL ~AS NOT IMMEDIATELY READY WHEN SHE ARRIVED TO VOTE AT 7:0 ~ A.M. SHE LOOKED THINGS OVER, SAVE THE · VOTHJG ·OFFICIALS ·DJSTRUC.TIONS· ON HOW THZY OUGHT TO ASSEMBLE ,., THE BALLOTS·, QIJIC
  • Lady Bird's birthday, ana. the police se:i.zure 01· guns from weekend kangaroo hunters be1·ore his arrival at Port Darw:i.n . MELBOURNE : The Sun carried a story abou't Christopher Holt with the headline "My Pal the Presiuent . 1 The paper said
  • 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
  • PLEASE ACCEPT PERSONAL AND WARMREGARDSFOR "l'OURSELFLADY BIRD AND LYNDA SIR ALEXANDERBUTAMANTEPRIME MINISTER JAMAICA. .. .. . THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON Augu•t Dear Mr. Prime 18, 1966 Minister: I appreciate the frankness with which you have
  • . 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
  • 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
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