John J. McCloy; Gerald R. Ford , Gerald with Dirksen, urges information on Vietnam for GOP
(1) President Lyndon Johnson upon signing a bill in the East Room of the White House, "This country is doing very well," "If you don't think things are going right, put on your hat and come down here… and tell me about it" (5/26). (2) President Johnson, at a reception marking the third anniversary of the Organization of African Unity, speaks against "the narrow-minded, outmoded policy which in some parts of Africa permits the few to rule at the expense of the many" (5/26). (3) Sen. Everett Dirksen (R-IL) and Rep. Gerald Ford (R-MI) urge a bipartisan congressional leadership conference on Vietnam (6/9). (4) President Johnson remarks upon signing a bill to reduce freight car shortages (5/26). (5) President Johnson speaks to some 800 students, winners of a contest sponsored by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, on the South Lawn of the White House. (6/8). (6) North American Aviation spokesman on the crash of the experimental XB-70 strategic bomber (6/8). (7) John J. McCroy, former US high commissioner to Germany, on French President Charles de Gaulle and NATO (5/25). (8) Arthur Kleps (aka "Chief Boo Hoo"), director of the "Neo-American Church" in upstate New York, testifies before the Senate juvenile delinquency subcommittee on Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), a psychedelic drug (5/25). (9) Sen. Frank Church (D-ID), after spending three weeks in Europe talking to heads of state and political leaders, remarks on changing times in Europe to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee (5/25). (10) Secretary of State Dean Rusk remarks on the Agency for International Development program to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee before the committee decides that foreign aid does not include a military commitment (5/27).
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