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  • King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968
  • Telephone conversation # 8312, sound recording, LBJ and MARTIN LUTHER KING, 7/7/1965, 8:05PM
  • MARTIN LUTHER KING
  • King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968
  • CIVIL RIGHTS SITUATION, VIOLENCE IN ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA; MLK; MARTIN ANDERSEN, CATTLE PRICES; CATTLE TAX SHELTERS; BEEF EXPORTS; EXCISE TAXES; FEDERAL BUDGET; CONCERNS ABOUT VIETNAM, LAOS; REPUBLICAN CRITICISM; BILLY GRAHAM'S COMMENTS ON VIETNAM
  • ci and I. Lyndon w a s in h is o ffic e - I knew a sta tem en t w as being p rep a red . He gave it on TV from the W hite H ouse -" A m erica i s shocked and sadden ed r b y the b ru tal sla y in g tonight of D r. M artin Luther King. I a s k e v
  • & speeches; LBJ works hard with little rest; Johnsons to Democratic fundraiser that night; Lynda Robb relays news that Martin Luther King has been shot & died; LBJ calls Coretta Scott King & makes televised speech; evening plans cancelled & Hawaii trip
  • Lady Bird flies back to D.C. & she is driven to the USS Sequoia; LBJ & Lady Bird read newspapers & have breakfast; Johnsons watch Clark Clifford & Maxwell Taylor on tv; Johnsons watch Martin Luther King on tv; lunch; Luci Nugent meets boat
  • MCCORMACK RECOMMENDS SENDING GREEK ORTHODOX ARCHBISHOP OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA (ARCHBISHOP IAKOVOS?) OR JOHN PAPPAS TO KING PAUL'S FUNERAL IN GREECE; LBJ SAYS HE HAS DECIDED TO SEND LADY BIRD JOHNSON AND HARRY TRUMAN OR DWIGHT EISENHOWER
  • DISCUSSION OF COMPOSITION OF DELEGATION TO KING PAUL'S FUNERAL IN GREECE; ARCHBISHOP IAKOVOS, JOHN BRADEMAS, GEORGE VOURNAS, JOHN PAPPAS, MIKE MANATOS; FARM BILL; FOOD STAMP BILL
  • LBJ DISCUSSES HIS HOPES FOR OUTCOME OF MEETING WITH ALEXSEI KOSYGIN; KING FAISAL'S RECENT MEETING; LACK OF ARAB UNITY EXCEPT OVER JEWS; JACOB JAVITS' STATEMENTS; JOHN WILLIAMS' OBSTRUCTION OF DEBT LIMIT BILL; SENATE ACTION ON CENSURE OF THOMAS DODD
  • A p ril 14 , , ^ -Tuesday rri 1964 Because King Hu ssain was going to ar r i ve without his w i f e , I had not expected to p a r t ic ip a t e in the arriv al ceremonies at l l : 3 0 . So was b u s il y e n g ^ e d in desk work when I got
  • Head of State visit of King Hussein I of Jordan; Lady Bird to USDA for Food and Home Fair for Consumers; Lady Bird meets "Smoky the Bear;" Lady Bird to Senate Ladies Red Cross Luncheon; State dinner for King Hussein I; exchange of gifts
  • not the le a s t b it frig h te n e d lo o k in g . I d id n 't w a nt to add an e x tra g e rm so I j u s t patted h im and s a t down and h e ld h is hand. H e showed m e the a rtic le about L u c i by H e le n Th o m a s as to how she w as ta king C
  • Lady Bird and Lynda Johnson go for walk and bowling; trip on Air Force One to Greece with President Harry Truman for funeral of King Paul; Lady Bird visits with others on plane including Archbishop Iakovos, head of Green Orthodox Church; stories
  • u r n e d t o G e o r g ia . W h at a s t o r y book s o r t o f th in g to d o ! I had lu n c h w ith L y n d a in m y b e d r o o m , s h e lo o king b e a u tif u l in h e r p in k d r e s s a n d r e d c o a t, e x c i t e d and e n t h u s i
  • my wife and me to come to Washington to a State dinner for the King and Queen of Nepal. This was about the first of November, if I remember right, of last year, 1967, and I assumed quite rightly that this was the first way of giving me an excuse
  • d h im a n d h e d i d n 't We l e f t h im i n H e l e n 's k eep in g . c o m e o v e r l a t e r a n d s p e n d the n ig h t w ith h im . W a r r i e L y n n w o u ld O ddly he s e n s e d I th in k th a t w e w e r e n o t loo king a t h im