Albert Gore with Undersecretary of State George Ball, after Senator Foreign Relations Committee briefing

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(1) Cong Albert H. Quie (R-MN), a member of a subcommittee set up by the House Education and Labor Committee to check on administration of the antipoverty program, on the need to investigate a poverty program in Chicago (1/11). (2) Rep. Thomas E. Morgan (D-PA), chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, remarks on Vietnam after briefing by Undersecretary of State George Ball (1/11). (3) Sen. Robert F. Kennedy (D-NY), after meeting with New York mayor John V. Lindsay, remarks on the subway strike and the need to end it immediately, "the differences between the parties is not that great" (1/12). (4) Mayor John Lindsey remarks on a 12-page report from the special mediation panel in the transit dispute (1/12). (5) Douglas McMahon, chief negotiator for the Transit Workers Union, on subway talks, "the time has come for a settlement" (1/12). (6) Attorney General Katzenbach on the National Crime Commission's report for dealing with the country's rising crime rate (1/12). (7) Undersecretary of State George Ball and Sen. Albert Gore (D-TN) to reporters after the Senate Foreign Relations Committee briefing. (8) President Johnson names Dr. Robert C. Weaver as secretary of the new cabinet Department of Housing and Urban Affairs; comments on inflationary push of subway strike pact (1/13). (9) President Johnson names Robert Wood, head of the political science department at MIT, as undersecretary of Housing and Urban Affairs (1/13). (10) Mayor John Linsey on settlement of NYC subway strike (1/13). (11) Douglas McMahon of the Transit Workers Union on settlement of NYC subway strike (1/13). (12) President Johnson receives the "Outstanding American Citizen Award" award from the American Football Coaches Association (1/13). (13) Sen. Vance Hartke (D-IN) reacts to State of the Union, "I take the President's message as a pledge that we will not abandon or postpone the social and economic advances made by this Congress" (1/12). (14) Sen. John Stennie (D-MS), chairman of the Senate preparedness subcommittee, on the need to "fight with the tools we have to win this war" in Vietnam (1/14). (15) Remarks from Postmaster General Lawrence F. O'Brien after discussion with Mayor Collins of Boston (1/14).
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