The operators connect the call.
President Johnson: Hello?
Harry Truman: Hello?
President Johnson: How are you our friend?
Truman: Well, how are you Mr. President?
Truman: Just doing fine. Are you feeling all right?
Truman: Yes, I’m feeling all right.
President Johnson: You playing any poker these days?
Truman: [laughs] Don’t have a chance.
President Johnson: Old Clark [Clifford] —
Truman: I would if I could.
President Johnson: Old Clark Clifford∇ and I were talking the other night about when we used to go down on the boat with you on—have--
Truman: [laughs] We had a good time on the boat trips, didn't we?
President Johnson: We sure did. We enjoyed it.
Truman: And I lost money every time.
President Johnson: Do you feel like my coming out to see you anytime soon?
Truman: Any time you say.
President Johnson: I’ll give you a day’s notice, and I thought maybe I’d just fly out there sometime in the next week or ten days and—
Truman: Well, whenever you come I’ll be available.
President Johnson: All right.
Truman: You let me know a day ahead of time so I'll be sure to be here.
President Johnson: I will. Don’t you say a word about it until I call you.
Truman: Oh, I won't say a word about it—
President Johnson: I’ll call you, and I just want to come visit with you and have a little talk with you.
Truman: Whenever I’m in touch with the President he does the talking, I don’t.
President Johnson: God bless you. Well, I’ll be in touch with you in a few days.
Truman: All right.
President Johnson: Bye.
Truman: Whenever you’re ready.
President Johnson: Give my love to Mrs. Truman.
Truman: I’ll do that.