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Brewster, Daniel Baugh, (1923 - 2007)
Celler, Emanuel, 1888-1981
DeBakey, Michael E. (Michael Ellis), 1908-2008
Diggs, Charles Coles, Jr., 1922-1998
Holt, Harold Edward, 1908-1967
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»'•bl'aary la. 1965
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Con!irn•lns our telephone conw.rsatlozi of
yeatorday ovonlng, the n,eetlng wltl1 t.bo Vlco.
P res ident and tho Attorney General on t.bo
Solmb. oltuation whlc
- OF DRAFT REPLY IS
ENCOUNTERED, PLEASE TELEPHONE
OFFICE OF THE SPECIAL ASSISTANT.
FROM THE SPECIAL ASSISTANT u:r tr: 'ZG•g4 C-ell.e r
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For appropriate handling _ _ _ _ __
- or telephone AC 202 - 456-2511.
The Social Secretary, The White House
LEMBERGER, Ernst, Am.b. of Austria
Sec. of State Dean Rusk
GOLDBERG 1 Arthur J., U.N.
Sec. of Tree.sui7 Henry Fowler
FORTAS, Abe, Supreme Court
Sec. of Agriculture, O:r".d.lle FreEIDB.n
The White House
Washington, D. C.
My Assistant, Jack ~ullivan, has informed
me of his telephone conversation with your
~ssistant, Jim Jones, regarding William Prescott
Allen, George P. Morse, and Leonard Rqs~nberg.
1:00 P. M.
Private conversation in your office with the Prime
The Prime Minister feels this is the only really
important pad pf his visit
1:00 P. M.
Stag -luncheon at the White House (Mrs. Abell
- . FLORF.i'\CE i\1AHONEY
Per our telephone conver sation of this date, there i s
enclosed a print of the picture of Dr. DeBakey presenting
the report of The President ' s Commission on Heart Disease,
Cancer, and Stroke to The President. Dr . DeBakey would
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THE WHITE HOUSE
May 27, 1965
MEMORANDUM FOR THE FILE
By telephone, this morning, I told congressma111fe11er it
would be our opinion that 14 days time limitat
action by Congress would be acceptable.
In view of our previous conversations,
I thought you would be interested in
the recent exchange of correspondence