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Date: 
Jun 10, 1971
Location: 
Oval Office
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Conversation No. 516-1 Date: June 10, 1971 Time: Unknown between 9:08 am and 9:11 am Location: Oval Office The President met with unknown woman Presidents schedule -Henry A. Kissingers location The unknown woman left at unknown time before 9:11 am
Conversation No. 516-2 Date: June 10, 1971 Time: 9:11 am - 10:56 am Location: Oval Office The President met with H. R. (Bob) Haldeman
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Rose Mary Woods entered at 9:18 am
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News article
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-Editorial in Saturday Review -Richard L. Tobin -Presidents foreign policy -Henry A. Kissingers role -Norman Cousins
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Foreign trips -Canada -Kissinger -Okinawa Treaty -William P. Rogers
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CANADA
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Woods left at 9:57 am
Conv. No. 516-2 (cont.)
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General Services Administration [GSA] -Robert L. Kunzig -Building lighting for security -Cost burden -GSA efficiency -Lieberman sculpture removal -Leonard Garment -Accomplishment of goals Alexander P. Butterfield entered at 10:00 am Presidents schedule -Jacob D. Beam -Stephen B. Bull -Meeting with Helmut (Hal) Sonnenfeldt Butterfield left at 10:02 am Sonnenfeldt -Qualities -Intelligence
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Conv. No. 516-2 (cont.)
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John B. Connally Lockheed -David Packard -Loan -Democrats versus Republicans -Veracity -Kenneth E. BeLieu, Robert F. Froehlke -Melvin R. Laird, Haldeman previous conversation -Department of Defense [DOD] appointments Administration agenda -John D. Ehrlichman -Kissinger -Edward M. (Ted) Kennedy -Okinawa Treaty -Political value of events
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-Criticism -Philosophy -Congressional influence -Political alertness -Vacillation on issues -Political division of country -Demonstrations -Administration efforts at consensus -Raymond K. Price, Jr. -Recognition by administration -Staff division -Price, Garment, Patrick J. Buchanan -William L. Safire, Price, Garment philosophy -Effect on President -Ehrlichman -View on domestic issues -State Department -Rogers -Kissingers role -Teamwork -Kissingers schedule -High level contacts -Business contacts -Views -Handling Environment -Ehrlichman -Potomac River -National priorities -Value for money spent -Environment protection in terms of employment Left-wing criticism -Treatment by administration -Satisfaction of groups completely -Benefits -Tulsa, Oklahoma speech -Control of enemies -Connally -Need for clear image
Conv. No. 516-2 (cont.)
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-Tricia Nixon -Washington Post story -Reporter -Previous dealings with Julie Nixon Eisenhower -Selection of reporter from media pool -Candy [Surname unknown] -Constance M. (Cornell) (Connie) Stuart Conv. No. 516-2 (cont.) -White House media pool -Upcoming media events -Howard K. Smith and others invitation to the Executive Office Building [EOB] -Play of wedding -Reporter attendance -Television set-up of wedding -Butterfield -Presidents schedule -Ehrlichmans emphasis on important items -Environment as an issue -Business contacts -Environment issue -Potomac River project -Cost -Time Bull entered at unknown time after 10:02 am Presidents schedule -Press Bull left at unknown time before 10:30 am Courtesy calls -Photographs -Benefits Haldeman left at 10:30 am Beam, Sonnenfeldt, and Oliver F. (Ollie) Atkins entered at 10:31 am Atkins left at unknown time before 10:56 pm Negotiations with Union of Soviet Socialist Republics [USSR]
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-Outlooks of parties -Soviet Central Committee -Arms negotiations -Hawks versus doves -Philosophies -Relation to Peoples Republic of China [PRC] policy -Soviet foreign policy -PRC orientation -Formal soviet position -Sensitivity to US-PRC contacts -Use of relations of one nation in relations with another -Sino-Soviet border buildup -United States policy -Aggressive tactics -Attitude of Soviet [?] citizens -Trade licenses -Trade -Prospects -Effect on American economy -Obstacles -Reciprocal deal with PRC -PRC-US grain deal -Credit restrictions -Commercial credit -Export-Import [Ex-Im] Bank guarantees -Presidents authority -Chinese Communists [Chicoms] -Credit obstacles -Effect of overcoming obstacles -Eastern Europe -Technology -Computer sales -British, US competition -USSR role -Peter G. Peterson role -Relaxation of restrictions -Items, credit -Gerald R. Ford -Farm bill -Use of gold versus currency -John F. Kennedy wheat deal precedent
Conv. No. 516-2 (cont.)
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-Supply and demand function -US incentive to trade -US needs -Gold acceptance -PRC, USSR payment -Arms deal -Strategic Arms Limitation Talks [SALT] effect -Peterson effort -Need for planning -Projections of trade -Dwight D. Eisenhowers trade policies -Presidents critical analysis -Time magazine piece -Use of trade -Effect on Vietnam War -PRC grain Beam and Sonnenfeldt left at 10:56 am
Conv. No. 516-2 (cont.)
Conversation No. 516-3 Date: June 10, 1971 Time: 10:56 am - 11:01 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Stephen B. Bull Presidents schedule -Meeting with railroad executives Peter M. Flanigan entered at 10:56 am Bull left at 10:58 am Railroads -Railroad executives -Competence -Benjamin F. Biaggini
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-William H. Moore -National Railroad Passenger Corporation/American Track [AMTRAK] -Representation -John A. Volpe -AMTRAK legislation -Roger Lewis -Obstacles -Unions Conv. No. 516-2 (cont.) -Service -Stewardesses -Airlines -North-East Orient -Delta -Future competition -Service -Washington, DC-New York train -Competition with airlines -Financing -Administration versus railroad bills -Response by President -Volpe response -Congressional problem -Labor -Costs and productivity -Unions -Upcoming labor meeting -Finance -Biaggini role -Labor -Graham Claytor role -Regulation -Presidents efforts -Hendrik S. Houthakker -Seating The President and Flanigan left at 11:01 am
Conversation No. 516-13
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Date: June 10, 1971 Time: Unknown between 11:01 am and 12:21 pm Location: Oval Office An unknown person talked with an unknown person Presidents location -Cabinet Room [End of telephone conversation] An unknown person entered at an unknown time before 12:21 pm Presidents schedule The unknown people left at an unknown time before 12:21 pm Conv. No. 516-3 (cont.)
Conversation No. 516-4 Date: June 10, 1971 Time: 12:21 pm - 12:23 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with Alexander P. Butterfield and Peter M. Flanigan Press relations -Forthcoming meeting with Everett D. Collier and Philip G. Warner -Background -Herbert G. Klein role Butterfield left at 12:22 pm Labor relations -Charlie Luna role -Charles W. Colson role Flanigan left at 12:23 pm
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Conversation No. 516-5 Date: June 10, 1971 Time: 12:26 pm - 12:29 pm Location: Oval Office
Conv. No. 516-13 (cont.)
The President met with Horace Hampton, Egil (Bud) Krogh, Jr., and the White House photographer Greetings The White House photographer left at unknown time before 12:29 pm Hamptons efforts in government -Nature of operation Presentation of gifts -Cuff links Hampton future plans -Replacement Hampton and Krogh left at 12:29 pm
Conversation No. 516-6 Date: June 10, 1971 Time: 12:29 pm - 12:56 pm Location: Oval Office Alexander P. Butterfield met with Stephen B. Bull Presidents schedule The President entered at 12:30 pm
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Bull left at an unknown time before 12:31 pm -Background on upcoming meeting -Everett D. Collier Collier, Philip G. Warner, Herbert G. Klein, and White House photographer entered at 12:31 pm Conv. No. 516-5 (cont.) Greetings The White House photographer left at unknown time before 12:56 pm Backgrounds -Education -University of Texas -Sam Houston State University -Work experience -Attorney General experience -Crawford Morton -Howard Freedmore role -Freedmore background -Jesse F. Jones -Benefits of legal background -John B. Connally as an example -Qualifications -Legal training -Leadership -Railroad executives -Problems with railroad leadership -Advantages and disadvantages of legal training Butterfield left at 12:35 pm
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Texas -Louie Welch -Chief of police in Houston -Perception of President in Texas -Welfare position -Position on demonstrators -Welfare position -Sympathy in rural Texas
Conv. No. 516-6 (cont.)
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Manolo Sanchez entered at unknown time after 12:31 pm Sanchez left at unknown time before 12:51 pm
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-Polls -Houston -Presidents efficiency -Outcome -Connally efficiency -Connally role -Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library -Johnson -Performance as President -Hubert H. Humphrey as Vice President
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-Handling of war -Performance in Congress -Respect for Johnson -Demographics Bull entered at unknown time after 12:31 pm Presidents schedule Bull left at unknown time before 12:56 pm Texas -Demographics -Black population -Houston University -Basketball team -Effect of Texas Southern University -Demonstrations -Handling by authorities -Houston versus Los Angeles -Problems -Economics -Problems in United States cities -Houston versus New York City -Houston city planning -Natural growth problems -Pollution -Air and water -Racial strife -Crime -Surrounding country -Texas spirit -Compared to the East -Need for vitality -Prevention of problems -Chicago problems -Accomplishments -Astrodome -Transportation -John A. Volpe view -Mass transit Conv. No. 516-6 (cont.)
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-Prior planning -Problems of New York and Cleveland -Los Angeles -Dallas/Fort Worth -Benefits -Age -Federal versus local government role -Money problems -Voting on taxes -Pollution control -Steps to rectify problem -Source -Municipal sewage -Air pollution -Motor vehicle Autographs -Unknown female -Unknown male -Dated on Presidential stationery Gifts -Cuff links -For wives and families Texas Collier, Warner, and Klein left at 12:56 pm
Conv. No. 516-6 (cont.)
Conversation No. 516-7 Date: June 10, 1971 Time: 12:56 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with an unknown man Presidents decision
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The unknown man left at 12:56 pm
Conversation No. 516-8 Conv. No. 516-6 (cont.) Date: June 10, 1971 Time: 1:00 pm - 1:34 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with H. R. (Bob) Haldeman Presidents schedule -Ambassadors breakfast -Attendance -Format -William P. Rogers briefing -Drawbacks -Willy Brandt dinner -Breakfasts -Presidents view -Meeting with Ellsworth F. Bunker -Henry A. Kissinger -Content -Paris Peace Talks -Upcoming Chowder and Marching Society dinner -Timing -Attendance -[Forename unknown] Lipscolm [?] -[Forename unknown] Norblatt [?] -Charles E. Goodell Conversation with Mobutu Sese Seko -Satellite hookup
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Bull left at an unknown time before 1:34 pm
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-Presidents use of news summaries and memos -Content of summaries -Benefit of peace of mind
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-National Broadcasting Company [NBC] executive meeting with President -Executives reaction -Text of statement by President -Editing -Raymond K. Price, Jr. -Drawbacks -Issues Conv. No. 516-8 (cont.) -US Department of Agriculture [USDA] -Revenue sharing -Government reorganization -Length of written statements -Benefits -Selectivity -Basis for selection of events -Benefits -Media play of Vincent T. (Vince) Lombardi Memorial event -Ethnic, religious geographic appeal -Committee on Italian Migration event -John A. Volpe -Basis of selectivity of events -Political benefits -Open Hour events -Benefits -Union meetings -Coverage in union press Use of John A. Scali -Efforts for Rogers and Melvin R. Laird -Work in the morning paper -Vietnam reference Public relations -Vietnam -Points to attack -Richard A. Moore role -William L. Safire role -Kissinger role -John D. Ehrlichman role The President and Haldeman left at 1:34 pm
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Conversation No. 516-14 Date: June 10, 1971 Time: 1:34 pm - 1:35 pm Location: Oval Office Unknown people [Secret Service?] met Presidents location -West Colonnade -Photograph The unknown people [Secret Service?] left at 1:35 pm
Conv. No. 516-8 (cont.)
Conversation No. 516-9 Date: June 10, 1971 Time: Unknown between 1:35 pm and 3:06 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with Stephen B. Bull and Alexander P. Butterfield Presidents schedule -Request for Charles W. Colson -Rose Mary Woods request for time Bull left at an unknown time before 2:15 pm -Presidents meeting with unknown group -Peter M. Flanigan -Benefits -Timing Bull entered at an unknown time before 2:15 pm
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-H. R. (Bob) Haldeman and Woods -Schedule Bull left and Haldeman entered at 2:15 pm -Presidents meeting with unknown group of businessmen -Arrangements -Number of chairs -Size of group -Attendance -Publishers -Movers and shakers -Message -Attendance -Make up of group -Flanigan Butterfield left and Woods entered at 2:35 pm
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-Sequoia trip -Benefits -Guests -Peter G. Peterson -Rogers -John B. Connally -John N. Mitchell -Sensitivities
Conv. No. 516-9 (cont.)
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Woods and Haldeman left and Colson entered at 2:44 pm -Meeting with National Broadcasting Company [NBC] Executives, June 8, 1971 -Julian Goodman -Herbert G. Klein -Colsons forthcoming meeting with William S. Paley -Problems with media -Communication between networks -Grapevine effect -Frank Stanton -Network grapevine -Impact of Presidents demeanor
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-Kleins perception -Press self-image -John A. Scalis view -Scalis skill as a reporter -Frank Cormier -Helen A. Thomas -Honesty -Frances Lewine -[Name unintelligible] -William (Bill) Cornell -Honesty of reporters -Concern with credibility -Concern with money
Conv. No. 516-9 (cont.)
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Edward M. (Ted) Kennedy, Hubert H. Humphrey relationship -Kennedy statement -Colsons conversation with Robert J. Dole -Location of speech -Presidents Vietnam policy -Use in election year -Dole rebuttal in Senate -Humphrey rebuttal -View of Presidents efforts
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[The President talked with Humphrey between 2:53 pm and 2:57 pm] [Conversation No. 516-9B] [See Conversation No. 5-2] [End of telephone conversation] Haldeman entered at unknown time after 2:53 pm Connally, Rogers, Mitchell schedule -Dinner for John L. McClellan and Roman L. Hruska George P. Shultzs schedule John D. Ehrlichman, Peterson Sequoia excursion -Attendance Haldeman left at unknown time before 3:06 pm
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Humphrey -View of Presidency -Call from President -Reaction by Humphrey -Humphreys action on Senate floor Press reaction to Kennedy statements -Play of Senate remarks -Kennedy support -Perception of Kennedy statements Clark M. Cliffords attack on President George H. W. Bush attack on Kennedy -Nature of remarks -Effect in Massachusetts Conv. No. 516-9 (cont.)
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Bull entered at unknown time after 2:57 pm Presidents schedule -Dr. Jerome H. Jaffe meeting Bull left at unknown time before 3:06 pm
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Conv. No. 516-9 (cont.)
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Butterfield entered at 3:05 pm Previous meeting with NBC executives Butterfield and Colson left at 3:06 pm
Conversation No. 516-10 Date: June 10, 1971 Time: 3:08 pm - 4:24 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with John D. Ehrlichman, Egil (Bud) Krogh, Jr., Jeffrey Donfeld, Arnold R. Weber, and Dr. Jerome H. Jaffe Greetings Veterans program [Vietnam returnees] -Time phases -Jaffes work with Pentagon -Overall drug program -Need for national emphasis -Upcoming returnees -Drug problems -Treatment -Identification
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-Detoxification -Referral -Veterans Administration [VA] facilities -Civilian facilities -Short run problems -Location Manolo Sanchez entered at unknown time after 3:08 pm Refreshments Sanchez left at unknown time before 4:24 pm Veterans program [Vietnam returnees] -Book sent to Jaffe from President -Content -Dr. W. Kenneth Riland -Nelson A. Rockefeller -Prentiss/Hall role -Focus on servicemen and drugs -Magnitude of problem -Department of Health, Education, and Welfare [HEW] role -Priorities -Drug program -Urgency -Civilian facilities -Overloading -Desire of soldiers for treatment -Physical state of servicemen returning -Degree affected by drug use -Most immediate returnees -Need for information on nature of drug problem -Extent of drug usage in Europe -Programs and technology for drug identification -Statistical programs -Coverage -Spread of drugs -Universities -University of California at Berkeley -Harvard University -Tenacity of drug problem
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-Drug availability in Vietnam versus Harvard and Ivy League -Employment opportunities -Vietnam veteran versus non-veteran -Chances of drug problem -Jaffe role -Evidence of drug relapse -Use of drugs -Context of use Conv. No. 516-10 (cont.) -African-American usage -Optimistic outlook -Data -Detoxification -Short-term versus long-term programs -Problems with discharging soldiers -Discipline -Psychology of war -Reality of casualties -Ehrlichman -Need for longer term treatment -Ehrlichman and Krogh -Details -Reward for non user -Cost of habit support -New York versus Vietnam -Problems -Crime -Facilities -Military -Civilian -Use of ship transport -Benefits -Use of anchored transports -Benefits -Diagnosis -Incentive to improve -Treatment -Treatment of soldiers still on duty in Vietnam -Use of drugs to get home -Location of aid -Use toward service time -Treatment of rehabilitated soldiers -Honorable discharge
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-Education ideas -Appraisal of dangers -Inducement of withdrawal symptoms -Chances of death of heroin user -Statistics -Reduction of drug use -Diagnosis of problem -Deterrent effect Conv. No. 516-10 (cont.) -Types of tests -Transfer of user -Civilian and military linkage -Military/civilian drug program -Cooperation -New agency -Authority -Facilities -New -Old -VA -Treatment centers -Capacity -Office of Management and Budget [OMB] view -Over-capacity -Over-cost -VA -Eventual cutback -Veterans benefits -Legislative remedy -Overall program -International cooperation -Criminal action -Penalties to pushers -Penalties to policemen cooperating -Local legislation -Public reaction -Good cops versus bad cops -User versus seller -Penalties to police cooperating with sellers -Law Enforcement Assistance Administration [LEAA] -Washington, DC law -Jerry V. Wilsons role
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-Washington, DC law as model -Treatment of addicts as supply drops -Treatment options -Methadone -Psychotherapy -Use of reformed addicts -Methadone use -Knowledge in medical community Conv. No. 516-10 (cont.) -Chicago facilities -Mayor Richard J. Daley role -State responsibility -Treatment options -Synanon -Daytop Village [?] -Synanon -Affected group -Problems -Methadone -Methadone use -Intermediate use -Addict view -Success rate -Use of drugs -Men versus women -Difficulty of treating women -Methadone use -Methods of administering methadone -Benefits -Problems -Substitute drug -University of Chicago -Short effect span -Benefits -Reselling of methadone -Deaths from methadone -Goals of program -Synanon, Phoenix House, Daytop Village, Odyssey House -Drug-free goal -Drawbacks of other methods -Rehabilitation -Arrest rates of patients under treatment -Implications
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-Methadone use -Availability of methadone -Legal ramifications -Civilian involvement in programs -Multi-faceted attack on drugs -Research -Counseling -Law enforcement -International cooperation -Monday conference -Follow up -Turkey -France -Vietnam -Mexico -Thailand -Laos -New medicine -Characteristics -Use -Research needs -Research programs -National Institute of Mental Health [NIMH] role -Need for direction -Money problems -Personnel -Skill -Location -Budgeting -Bureaucratic problems -Presidents view -NIMH -HEW -Elliot L. Richardson -Department of Justice [DOJ] -HEW -Legislative needs -Jaffe role -Problems with legislative pursuits -Bureaucracy handling -HEW
Conv. No. 516-10 (cont.)
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-Bureaucratic needs -Drug abuse leadership -John E. (Jack) Ingersoll -Acquiring of new personnel -Earlier efforts -Bureaucratic achievement -Centralize control -Influx of drugs -Laos -Attack on poppies -Pest development
Conv. No. 516-10 (cont.)
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Attack on poppies -Benefits -Utility of past expenditures [The President talked with Clifford M. Hardin between 4:17 pm and 4:22 pm] [Conversation No. 516-10B] [See Conversation No. 5-4] [End of telephone conversation] Screw worm -US Department of Agriculture [USDA] -Texas problems -Use of sterilized male screw worms Drug program -Riland role -Pill factory use Jaffe, Donfeld, Weber, Krogh, and Ehrlichman left at 4:24 pm Conv. No. 516-10 (cont.)
Conversation No. 516-11 Date: June 10, 1971 Time: 4:25 pm - 5:18 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with John D. Ehrlichman and Egil (Bud) Krogh, Jr. Impressions of Dr. Jerome H. Jaffe Administration role -Department of Health, Education, and Welfare [HEW] -Drawbacks of bureaucracy -Sense of mission
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-Jaffe dealing with Pentagon -Earlier military -Jaffe meeting -Jaffe demeanor -Brigadier General [Forename unknown] Gard [?] -Military commitment to drug program -Objections to Jaffe ideas Drugs as an issue -Attack on drugs -Problem with statistics -Department of Defense [DOD] attitude -Jerry W. Friedheim -Press relations -Congressional relations -Presentation of drug attack -Narcotics head -Qualifications -Myles J. Ambrose -Qualifications -US Customs Service -Future plans -Dispute between US Customs Service and Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs [BNDD] -Transfer to White House -Creation of new position -John E. (Jack) Ingersoll -Effect on Justice Department -John N. Mitchell -Attempts to hire Ambrose for Law Enforcement Assistance Administration [LEAA] -Background of Justice and Treasury Department competition -Outside offers -Competition with Ingersoll -Personnel -Need for good man in Vietnam -General Gard possibility -Armed Forces attitude -Memo from President to Melvin R. Laird -Public relations -Advertising versus action
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-Drug problem -Use of parasites to destroy poppies -Dr. Edwin H. Lands role -Control of insects -Problems with insects -Variable factors Krogh left at 4:36 pm Ehrlichmans schedule -Peter G. Peterson -George P. Shultz Economy -Railroad prospects -Revenue sharing -Taxes -Tunnel credits -Internal Revenue Service [IRS] rules -Impact on economy -John A. Volpe role -National Railroad Passenger Corporation/American Track [AMTRAK] -Ehrlichmans view -Volpe and Ray Haas [?] -Vance Hartke -Future money needs -Office of Management and Budget [OMB] prospectus -Decision affecting employment -Shultz role -Peterson role -Caspar W. (Cap) Weinberger -Peter M. Flanigan -Tax write-offs -Effects -Use of federal money -Benefits -Increase in spendable income -Tax cuts as investment stimulus -Depreciations -Changes -Treasury role Conv. No. 516-11 (cont.)
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-Law suit -Effect -Details -Current disposition Flanigan entered at 4:42 pm Conv. No. 516-11 (cont.) -Petersons role -Shultzs role -Weinbergers role -Railroad plans versus personal income tax exemption cuts -Council of Economic Advisers [CEA] view -Acceleration of personal exemptions -Stimulation of business -Problem of savings -Stimulate defense spending Alexander P. Butterfield entered at unknown time after 4:42 pm Schedule Butterfield left at unknown time before 5:18 pm Economy -Ship building in California -Flanigan role -Aid to employment -IRS rule on tunnels -Effect on railroads -Alternatives -Justice Department problems -Mitchell -Opposition to mergers -Rock Island -Effect on railroads -Flanigan talk to Mitchell -Merger positions -Richard W. McLaren -Railroad problems -Penn Central -Mergers
36 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Airline mergers -Ehrlichmans study -Specifics -Application to railroads -McLaren -Justice personnel -Merger view Conv. No. 516-11 (cont.) -Administration strategy -Railroad prospects -John B. Connally -Aid to railroad -Passenger service -Highway Trust Fund -Railroad crossing money -Use as basis for aid -Magnitude of aid -Use of money -Legal requirements -Federal Highway Commission -Francis C. Turners role -Need to protect business -Employment emphasis -Accelerated depreciation tax credits -Money to consumers -Tax legislation prospects -Need for spending -Weinberger -Anti-trust concerns -IRS rules -Regulatory problems -Weinberger operation -Need for spending -Construction project -Problems -Appropriations -General Services Administration [GSA] role -Congressional problems -Jacob K. Javits action -House Resolution [HR] 1 -Office of Economic Opportunity [OEO] extension bill -Details
37 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Payments -Appropriation for ACTION -Joseph H. Blatchford -Future of ACTION -Shultz -Administration action -Job creation -Money flow Conv. No. 516-11 (cont.) -Housing -Interest rates -Subsidizing -Financing -George W. Romney role -Preston Martin role -Savings and Loans -Romney role -Federal Housing Administration [FHA] -Spending prospects -Romney -Volpe -Highway -Mass transit -Congressional problems -Mass transit money hold up -Spending -Weinbergers view -Preliminary set up of programs -Location of spending projects -California -Los Angeles -New York -Pennsylvania -Illinois -Mass transit projects -Los Angeles -San Diego -San Francisco -Bay Area Rapid Transit [BART] -Shipbuilding in California -Breeder reactor -Orange County
38 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Announcement of projects -Presidents participation -Nuclear power plant construction -Earthquake restrictions -Railroad problems -Government takeover -Problems -Unions -Mergers -Justice Department role -Benefits -Airlines -Pan American role -Management problems -Najeeb E. Halaby role -Donald McI. Kendall -Problems -Over-competition -Trans World Airlines [TWA] prospects -Service -Pan American prospects -Effect of increasing competition -Anti-trust problems -Administration image -Secor D. Browne -McLaren -Anti-trust Department -McLaren role -View of observers -Mitchell role -Qualifications -Legal skill in decision -Role of legal skill in decisions -Employment emphasis -Housing role -Transportation role -Location of other funds -DOD use -HEW -Social security -Education
Conv. No. 516-11 (cont.)
39 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Welfare -Elliot L. Richardson -HEW budget -Research products -Location -California -Dr. Edward E. David, Jr.s role Conv. No. 516-11 (cont.) -Memo from Ehrlichman -Appointment with President -Reason -Spending of money -Support of scientific community -National Aeronautics and Space Administration [NASA] -Environmental Protection Agency [EPA] -Atomic Energy Commission [AEC] -California spending -Veterans Administration [VA] hospital -Yorba Linda -Breeder reactor construction -Design contracts -Willard F. (Al) Rockwell, Jr. role -International trade -Supersonic Transport [SST] -Japanese -William M. Magruder -Germans -Concorde -Japanese agreement prospects -German/American SST -Willy Brandt -Prospects -Benefits -French -English -Russians -Administrative regulations -Javits role -Anti-trust problem -Legislative strategy -Congressional blame -Department of Transportation [DOT]
40 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Union problems -Teamsters Presidents schedule Ehrlichman and Flanigan left at 5:18 pm Conv. No. 516-11 (cont.)
Conversation No. 516-12 Date: June 10, 1971 Time: 5:20 pm - 6:01 pm Location: Oval Office The President met with Rose Mary Woods
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[Pause] Copying of letter -Mrs. Guthrie Presidents book -Researchers comment -Dr. [Forename unknown] Bell -Researcher invitation to White House
41 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Use of Presidents time -Charles G. (Bebe) Rebozo -Picture taking -Possible poses
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Woods left and H. R. (Bob) Haldeman entered at 5:32 pm
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Haldemans previous phone call with Terry McGinnity [author of newspaper article] -Background -Princeton Theological Seminary -Family -Work -Religious -Norman Vincent Peale role -Princeton Theological Seminary -Return to Catholicism -Philadelphia Inquirer article -New articles -Bulletin -Feedback from article -Effect of call -Roger E. Johnson -Impression of Haldeman -Suitability for politics -Support for President -Invitation to visit White House -Job prospects
42 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Comparison with other prospect -Raymond K. Price, Jr. role -Reverend John J. McLaughlin [?] -Use of talents -Patrick J. Buchanan -Popular writing ability -Feeling about radicals -Buchanan schedule -Publication of work -Dean Manyan [?] -American Manifesto -Use for broadcast -Religious beliefs -Support for President -Reference to family assistance -Implication -Haldeman impression -Efforts as fiction writer -Use of McGinnity talents -Letters to editor -Speech writing -Focus -Phraseology -Imagery -Beliefs regarding war -Internal war -Radicals versus conservatives -Strategy for hiring Wedding plans -Television set up -Television specials -Sponsors -Gulf Oil Company -Commercials McGinnity -Hiring -Price -McLaughlin -[Richard K.?] Cook
Conv. No. 516-12 (cont.)
43 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-McLaughlin -Member of priesthood -Belief in Presidents values -Benefits to President Sequoia trip -Attendance -John B. Connally -William P. Rogers -John D. Ehrlichman -Peter M. Flanigan -Exposure to Rogers
Conv. No. 516-12 (cont.)
[Haldeman talked with the White House operator at unknown time between 5:32 pm and 5:57 pm] [Conversation No. 516-12A] [See Conversation No. 5-5] [End of telephone conversation] McGinnity -Presidents impression
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-Writer drawbacks -Buchanan -Kevin P. Phillips
44 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
[Haldeman talked with Flanigan at an unknown time between 5:32 pm and 5:57 pm] [Conversation No. 516-12B] [See Conversation No. 5-6] [End of telephone conversation] Stephen B. Bull entered at an unknown time after 5:32 pm Sequoia trip -Other invitations Bull left at an unknown time before 5:57 pm Job placement -Flanigan -Political leaning of staff Manolo Sanchez entered at an unknown time after 5:32 pm Presidents schedule Sanchez left at unknown time before 5:57 pm Sanchez -Competence -Attitude -Help for staff Polls -Image -Issues -Need for focus on issues -Thomas W. Benham analysis of poll -Implications -China feeling -Harris versus Gallup results -Poll taking -Distortion Conv. No. 516-12 (cont.)
45 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
-Haldeman experience -Benham analysis -Press problems -Possible summit with Union of Soviet Socialist Republics [USSR] -Effect of upcoming Peoples Republic of China [PRC] trip -Meeting with Mao Tse-tung -Effect of Vietnam War Conv. No. 516-12 (cont.) Call to Hubert H. Humphrey Bull entered at an unknown time after 5:32 pm Arrival of guests for Sequoia trip Presidents schedule Haldeman and Bull left and Alexander P. Butterfield entered at 5:57 pm Connally memo -International Monetary Fund [IMF] matters -Paul W. McCracken -George P. Shultz -Peter G. Peterson Butterfield left at an unknown time before 6:01 pm Bull entered at an unknown time after 5:57 pm Sequoia trip -Guests -Arrival The President and Bull left at 6:01 pm
Conversation No. 516-15 Date: June 10, 1971 Time: Unknown between 6:01 pm and 11:00 pm Location: Oval Office
46 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF Tape Subject Log (rev. 8/07)
Unknown people [Secret Service?] met [Unintelligible] The unknown people [Secret Service?] left at an unknown time before 11:00 pm Conv. No. 516-12 (cont.)