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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Minister Erld.n attempt to sidetrack the conversation into · a legalistic rebuttal ot your June 5 letter) The exchange of letters between the President and the .:· Prime Minister reflected differences ot viewpoints on a number ot specific issues related
  • ~AS FRM GOG DECISION PATTAKOS TELEPHON ED MA AREZOS 9 TO LD HIM EMBOF F WA S TH ERE DISCUSSING PROBLEM 9 AND PA SSED Et BOFF REQUEST TO POSTPONE ACTIO N. MAKAREZ OS SAID THIS COULD NOT BE DO NE IF I TOOK TRIP TO C R~TEo WHEN PAT TAKOS AS'\E D~ MAJ(AREZO S
  • . lawyer Margaret Papandreou, has had veiled telephone conversation with her in which she appeared indicate desire for him come Athens soonest. He is willing proceed and also willing serve as counsel Andreas if possible and helpful. I have cautioned
  • MINISTER PIPINELLIS NOVE ~1BER 24 CPART ONE OF Two PARTS) SECRETARY VANCE,ACCOMPANIED BY AMBASSADOR TALBOT AND JOHN WALSH,HADLENGTHY DISCUSSION WITH FOREIGN MINISTER PIPINELLIS THIS . u~ .. - .. ·t-­ ~ ....._ MORNING. THROUGHOUT CONVERSATION
  • to Washington of the Prime Minister of Greece conversations were held between Mr. George A. Papandreou and the President of the United States, the Secretary of State and other officials of the United States Government. The conversations, which were conducted