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  • but we were prepared to review with the Panamanians all problems. He characterize!i the declaration as containing nothing offensive to either side and as stating the same position he had taken during his first telephone conversation with President Chiari
  • apparent target for an attack was Syria. If Israel attacked Syria , Hussein continued, Jordan would not take action unless the U.A.R. intervened, 1 From Tel Aviv , tel. 3648, May 18, 1967, secret/nodis . 2 Memor~ndum of telephone conversation between
  • INSURANCE CORPORATION WASHINGTON OFrfCE OF THE DIRECTOR November 8, 1967 Memorandum to ­ THE HONORABLE MIKE N. MANATOS ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTAlfT TO THE PRESIDENT The White House Office Pursuant·to our verbal conversation on Monday, November 6, below please
  • . It did not even include a confusion ploy. Hanoi has done nothing. In all conversations -- and we have a telephone on every line - - the other party has merely hung up. We now n eed to make a report to the UN Security Council and consider whether
  • POSSIBILITY. AS · REPORTED IN - MY CONVERSATIONS . . WITH ,CHOIDAS , , I HAVE CONSISTENTLY EXPRESSED OPINION THAT IT SHOULD ' BE '. POSSIBLE FOR A COMPRCJtTISE SOLUTION TO BE FOUND WHICH WOULD PERMIT l> AGE 3
  • , ashin ton Star, telephon d you. He ·aid it ''is very · mport nt,' th y are working on a story. I ask d him th ubject f his story. He didn't ~ant to tell me. When I pressed him a bit more, h said ''it is a major story about the J ohnson ad1 'linistration
  • FOR ACSI/DFIRE, JCS, USDOCOSOUTH FOR FRESHMAN, USCINCEUR FOR POLAND, ANJ(ARA, LONDON, NICOSIA, PARIS ,t-. THESS~µQNIKI .---,. ~:"-'.~ · ' '"~ ~ Amembassy ATHENS •12 SERl~S Lb ./ COPY NO. f ' ' INT TR L.AB Xl\llB TAR AIR SUBJECT: conversation
  • Gardiner did allegedly make himself at home in an unoccupied office and was overheard telephoning the Attorney General's Office. Gardiner also claimed on the above occasion that he had a plan for restaffing the White House and requested an undercover
  • . CHARLES E. JOHNSON NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL I refer to your memorandum to me of March 27 and to our subsequent phone conversations about the proposed gift to India of the oceanographic ship Anton Brunn. As I indicated on the phone, we are eager to effect
  • tory techniques , Dr. N ,. _than L..eites oUered the propositloo th&t "''U pa.f& to be r~de , " · ;., Enclos"re: Cop y ·No. 6, Conversations at Shum Chun, Nov. 1967 (for D~pt only ) CROOP-1. Exclud~l from a utn rna tic . do\'Vng raelng