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Richard Nixon Presidential Daily Diary  (1969) 
November 1969 Week 3

The White House
President Richard Nixon's Daily Diary
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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
November 9, 1969
 KEY BISCAYNE, FLORIDA TIME DAY
11;02 am SUNDAY
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
11:02

The President went to the residence of C. G. Rebozo.

11:21 11:40 P

The President talked with his Assistant, Henry A. Kissinger.

11;43

The President went to his residence (500 Bay Lane).

11:43 11:55 R

The President talked with Secretary of State William P. Rogers.

12:37 12:43 P

The President talked long distance with his Counsellor, Bryce N. Harlow at the White House.

12:39 R

The President received a long distance call from Congressman Gerald R. Ford in Washington, D. C. The call was not completed.

12:48 12:53 P

The President talked long distance with Congressman Gerald R. Ford in Washington, D. C.

1:16 1:28 P

The President talked long distance with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman, in Washington, D. C.

1:36 3:52

The President went boating on the "Julie."

3:52

The President went to his Residence.

4:33 4:45

The President flew by helicopter from Key Biscayne to Homestead AFB. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A".

4:53 6:54

The President flew by AF-1 from Homestead AFB to Andrews AFB. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "B".

7:03 7:10

The President flew by helicopter from Andrews AFB to the South Grounds of the White House. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "C".

7:14

The President went to the Residence.

APPENDIX "A"

HELICOPTER PASSENGER MANIFEST - NOVEMBER 9, 1969

FROM: Key Biscayne, Florida TO: Homestead AFB

President Nixon

Mrs. Nixon

C. G. Rebozo

Henry A. Kissinger

Alexander P. Butterfield

Ronald L. Ziegler

William Lukash

Charles R. Larson

Manolo Sanchez

Two Secret Servicemen

APPENDIX "B"

PASSENGER MANIFEST

AIR FORCE ONE FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
MSN: 1849 - VC137C - 26000

HOMESTEAD AFB, FLA TO ANDREWS AFB, WASH DC

9 Nov 69 - Depart 8:53 Arrive 10:56 2+03 980SM

  1. The President
  2. The First Lady
  3. Secretary William P. Rogers
  4. Mrs. Adele Rogers
  5. Secretary Melvin R. Laird
  6. Mrs. Barbara Laird
  7. David Laird
  8. Attorney General John N. Mitchell
  9. Mr. Alexander Butterfield
  10. Mrs. Butterfield
  11. Alex Butterfield, Jr.
  12. Susan Butterfield
  13. Lisa Butterfield
  14. Dr. Henry Kissinger
  15. Mr. Ron Ziegler
  16. Mrs. Ziegler
  17. LCDR Charles Larson
  18. Dr. William Lukash
  19. Mr. Tony Lake
  20. Miss Julie Pineau
  21. Manola Sanchez
  22. Jack Cliff
  23. Agent William L. Duncan
  24. Agent David B. Grant
  25. Agent P. Hamilton Brown
  26. Agent William E. Hudson
  27. Agent Mack W. Richardson
  28. Agent Garry M. Jenkins
  29. Agent Michael A. Endicott
  30. Agent Joseph D. Novak, Jr.
  31. Agent William D. Moulton
  32. Ollie Atkins
  33. Charles Harrity
  34. Roddy Mims
  35. Forrest Boyd
  36. Howard Norton
  37. Warren Hoge
  38. Fran Lewin
  39. Gene Risher

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

HELICOPTER PASSENGER MANIFEST - NOVEMBER 9, 1969

FROM: Andrews AFB TO: White House

President Nixon

Mrs. Nixon

Henry A. Kissinger

Alexander P. Butterfield

William Lukash

Charles R. Larson

Manolo Sanchez

William L. Duncan

One Secret Serviceman

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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
November 10, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
7:58 am Monday
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
7:58 8:06

The President flew by helicopter from the South Grounds of the White House to Bethesda Naval Hospital. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A".

8:06 10:00

The President underwent his annual physical checkup

10:00 10:07

The President flew by helicopter from Bethesda Naval Hospital to the South Grounds of the White House. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A".

10:10

The President went to his office.

10:15 10:45

The President met with his Asst, H. R. Haldeman.

The President met with:

10:42 11:07
Henry A. Kissinger, Asst
10:55 11:32
Nelson Rockefeller, Governor
11:18 11:26
John D. Ehrlichman, Asst
11:26 11:28

The President met with his Press Secy, Ronald L. Ziegler.

11:32 11:36

The President went to the Roosevelt Room where he introduced Governor Nelson Rockefeller to the press.

11:36

The President returned to his office.

The President met with:

11:37 12:18
Bryce N. Harlow, Counsellor
11:37 12:18
Robert W. Packwood, Senator
12:17 12:42
Walter Washington, Mayor
12:17 12:42
John D. Ehrlichman, Asst
12:17 12:42
Egil (Bud) Krogh, Dep Counsel
12:45 1:15

The President met with his Asst, H. R. Haldeman.

2:10 2:45

The President met with his Asst, H. R. Haldeman.

2:40 2:45

The President was photographed with Dir of Communications, Herbert G. Klein.

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November 10, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
2:43 pm Monday
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD

The President met with:

2:43 3:03
Henry A. Kissinger, Asst
2:44 2:47
Ronald L. Ziegler, Press Secy
3:03 5:03

The President, accompanied by his Asst, Henry A. Kissinger, went to the Cabinet Room and Attended a National Security Council meeting. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "B".

5:03 5:11

The President returned to his office with the Dir of CIA, Richard M. Helms.

The President met with:

5:12 6:30
Andrew Goodpaster, General
5:20 6:05
Henry A. Kissinger, Asst
6:37 6:45

The President met with his Personal Physician, Walter R. Tkach.

6:30

The President went to the Residence.

6:57 P

The President telephoned his Asst, Bryce N. Harlow. The call was not completed.

7:25

The President had dinner with:

The First Lady
Patricia Nixon
7:44

The President returned to his office.

7:55

The President went to his office in the EOB.

8:56 9:10 P

The President talked with his Asst, Henry A. Kissinger.

9:20 9:25 P

The President returned to his office in the EOB.

9:25

The President went to the second floor of the Residence.

APPENDIX "A"

HELICOPTER PASSENGER MANIFESTS - NOVEMBER 10, 1969

FROM: White House TO: Bethesda Naval Hospital

President Nixon

Vernon C. Coffey, Jr.

Walter R. Tkach

Ronald L. Ziegler

Arthur L. Godfrey

William Hudson


FROM: Bethesda Naval Hospital TO: White House

(The same as above)

APPENDIX "B"

Attendees at the National Security Council meeting, November 10, 1969.

Spiro T. Agnew, Vice President

William P. Rogers, Sec of State

John Mitchell, Attorney General

George A. Lincoln, Dir of OEP

David Packard, Dep Sec of Defense

Gerard Smith, Dir of ACDA

Philip J. Farley, Dep Dir of ACDA

Earle G. Wheeler, Chmn of the JCS

Royal Allison, Maj General

Richard Helms, Dir of CIA

Paul Nitze, Dept of Defense

Henry A. Kissinger, Asst to the President

Andrew J. Goodpaster, General

William Watts, NSC staff member

Helmut Sonnenfeldt, NSC staff member

Laurence E. Lynn, NSC staff member

Clinton Conger, CIA


Note

General Goodpaster attended the meeting from 4:45-5:03.

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November 11, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
9:12 am Tuesday
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
9:12

The President went to his office.

The President met with:

9:15 10:00
H. R. Haldeman, Asst
9:20 10:00
John D. Ehrlichman, Asst
9:25 10:00
Henry A. Kissinger, Asst
10:03

The President met with the First Lady.

10:05 10:14

The President and the First Lady motored to the Washington Veterans' Administration Hospital.

10:14 10:59

The President and the First Lady toured the hospital and talked with many of the patients. Among the officials and personnel who greeted and escorted them were:

VA Administrator and Mrs. Donald Johnson
Dr. Thomas Ready, Dir of the hospital
Dr. J. Patrick Caulfield, staff member
Dr. Peter Kenmore, staff member
10:59 11:11

The President and the First Lady motored from the hospital to the White House.

11:12

The President returned to his office.

11:18 11:25

The President met with his Asst, H. R. Haldeman.

11:25 12:15

The President accompanied by his Asst, H. R. Haldeman, went to the Cabinet Room and met with:

George A. Lincoln, Dir of OEO
James D. Hughes, Mil Aide
12:15

The President returned to his office.

12:15 1:00

The President met with:

Mark O. Hatfield, Senator
Bryce N. Harlow, Counsellor
1:05 1:37

The President met with his Asst, John D. Ehrlichman.

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November 11, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
2:25 pm Tuesday
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD

The President met with:

2:25 3:05
Bryce Harlow, Counsellor
2:40 3:00
Ronald L. Ziegler, Press Secy
3:05 3:08

The President met with:

George P. Shultz, Secy of Labor
Peter M. Flanigan, Asst
Mrs. Jacqueline G. Gutwillig, Chairman of the Citizens' Advisory Committee on the Status of Women
3:08 3:30

The above group went to the Cabinet Room for a meeting of the Citizens' Advisory Committee on the Status of Women. The press also attended. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "A".

3:30

The President went to his office.

The President met with:

3:35 4:13
Henry A. Kissinger, Asst
3:40 4:10
Robert F. Ellsworth, U. S. Amb to NATO
4:13 4:45

The President met with:

Dr. Norman V. Peale, Minister
Hans E. Sandrock, Chaplain
4:45 5:50

The President met with:

James B. Pearson, Senator
Bryce N. Harlow, Counsellor
5:55 6:32

The President met with author, Theodore H. White.

6:32

The President went to the Residence.

6:39 6:40 P

The President talked with his Asst, H. R. Haldeman

6:44 6:49 P

The President talked with his Counsellor, Bryce N. Harlow.

7:00

The President had dinner with the First Lady.

7:34

The President returned to his office.

7:50

The President went to his office in the EOB.

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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
November 11, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
8:18 pm Tuesday
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
8:18 8:28 R

The President talked with his Asst, Bryce N. Harlow.

8:29 8:33 P

The President talked with Senator Norris Cotton.

10:25

The President returned to his office in the West Wing.

10:27

The President went to the second floor of the Residence.

APPENDIX "A"

PERSONS ATTENDING MEETING OF CITIZENS' ADVISORY COUNCIL ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN

Cabinet Room, The White House

November 11, 1969, 3 P.M.

Mrs. Jacqueline G. Gutwillig

Chairman


Miss Virginia R. Allan

Miss Nola A. Allen

Dr. Margaret Long Arnold

Mrs. Lorraine L. Blair

Dr. Rita Ricardo Campbell

Mrs. Julie Casterman Connor

Miss Sarah Jane Cunningham

Mrs. Mary Charles Griffin

Miss Maxine R. Hacke

Mrs. Marie Hamel

Mrs. Mary J. Kyle

Miss Margaret J. Mealey

Miss Hazel Palmer

Mrs. Sara H. Revercomb

Mrs. Patricia Saiki

Miss Rachel E. Scott

Mrs. Yetta Wasserman

Mrs. Irene Wischer


Mrs. Catherine East

Executive Secretary

Citizens Advisory Council on the Status of Women


Mrs. Bertha Whittaker

Administrative Assistant to Mrs. Catherine East


Mrs. Isabel A. Burgess

Member

National Transportation Safety Board


Honorable George P. Shultz

Secretary of Labor


Honorable J. Phil Campbell

Under Secretary of Agruculture


Mr. Carl W. Clewlow

Defense Department


Miss Mary Eastwood

Justice Department


Honorable Patricia Hitt

Assistant Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare


Honorable James E. Johnson

Commissioner

U. S. Civil Service Commission


Mrs. Carol M. Khosrovi

Office of Economic Opportunity


Mrs. Elizabeth Kuck

Commissioner

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission


Mr. David Peacock

Deputy Under Secretary of Commerce


Mr. Fredrick D. Pollard, Jr.

State Department


Mrs. Elizatbeth Duncan Koontz

Director, Women's Bureau

Executive Vice Chairman

Interdepartmental Committee on the Status of Women

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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
November 12, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
8:34 am WEDNESDAY
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
8:34 9:50

The President had breakfast with the NATO Nuclear Planning Group. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "A".

8:55 R

The President was called long distance by Governor Dean Davis in Montpellier, Vermont. The call was not completed.

9:50

The President went to his office.

The President met with:

10:01 10:15
Henry A. Kissinger, Assistant for NSA
10:04 10:15
H. R. Haldeman, Assistant
10:22 10:04

The President met with:

Daniel P. Moynihan, Counsellor
John D. Ehrlichman, Assistant
Graham Watt, City Manager of Dayton, Ohio
10:35 10:40

Members of the Press

10:40 P

The President telephoned Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird. The call was not completed.

10:46 11:10

The President met with his Personal Secretary, Rose Mary Woods.

The President met with:

11:10 11:30
John D. Ehrlichman, Assistant
11:10 11:30
Daniel P. Moynihan, Counsellor
11:10 11:30
Ben W. Heineman, Chairman, President's Commission on Income Maintenance
11:10 11:43
Robert H. Finch, Secretary of HEW
11:44 12:11

The President met with:

Henry A. Kissinger, Assistant
Paul H. Nitze, former Secretary of the Navy
11:50 11:52 R

The President talked with Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird.

12:12 12:20

The President met with the following Senior Enlisted Men of the Armed Forces:

Cont.

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November 12, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
12:12 pm WEDNESDAY
Time

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 Activity  
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12:12 Cont.
George W. Dunaway, Sgt. Major of the Army
Delbert D. Black, Master Chief Petty Officer
Joseph W. Dailey, Sgt. Major of the Marine Corp
Donald L. Harlow, Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force
Charles L. Calhoun, Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard
James D. Hughes, Col., Military Aide
Charles R. Larson, Lt. Cdr., Asst. Military Aide
John V. Brennan, Major, Asst. Military Aide
12:28 12:40

The President met with Special Assistant Patrick J. Buchanan.

The President met with the SALT Delegation.

12:40 1:05
Gerard Smith, Ambassador
12:40 1:14
Henry A. Kissinger, Assistant for NSA
12:58 1:14
Philip J. Farley, Ambassador
12:58 1:14
Paul Nitze, former Secretary of the Navy
12:58 1:14
Harold Brown, former Secretary of the A. F.
12:58 1:14
Royal B. Allison, Major General, USAF
1:10 3:25

The President met with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman.

2:49 P

The President telephoned his Special Assistant, Patrick J. Buchanan. The call was not completed.

2:57 2:58 P

The President talked with Special Assistant Patrick J. Buchanan.

3:19 P

The President telephoned long distance to Mr. Coleman in The Plains, Virginia. The call was not completed.

3:28 3:44

The President met with Assistant John D. Ehrlichman.

3:45 3:47 P

The President talked with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman.

3:52 3:55 P

The President talked with Senator Michael Mansfield.

4:18 4:22

The President met with his Press Secretary, Ronald L. Ziegler.

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November 12, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
4:40 pm WEDNESDAY
Time

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 Activity  
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The President met with:

4:40 5:04
Alexander P. Butterfield, Deputy Assistant
4:40 5:04
Major James Nicholas Rowe, USA
5:02 5:04
Miss Jane Benson
5:02 5:04
Colonel Lloyd Burke, USA Liaison on Capitol Hill
5:02 5:04
Colonel Ray Nutter, USA Liaison on Capitol Hill
5:03 5:37
Bryce N. Harlow, Counsellor
5:10 5:31

The President met with a Senate-House Group. For a list of those in attendance, see APPENDIX "B".

5:13 5:25 P

The President talked long distance with Ambassador Henry C. Lodge at the Crillon Hotel, Paris, France.

5:39 P

The President telephoned Secretary of State William P. Rogers. The call was not completed.

5:44 P

The President telephoned his Assistant, Henry A. Kissinger. The call was not completed.

5:44 5:55 P

The President talked with Secretary of State William P. Rogers.

6:05

The President went to the Residence.

6:23 6:23 P

The President talked with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman.

6:45

The President had dinner with:

The First Lady
Patricia Nixon
6:55 R

The President was called by General Al Haig. The call was not completed.

7:06 7:07 P

The President talked with General Al Haig.

7:34 7:37 P

The President talked long distance with Dewitt Wallace in Mt. Kisco, New York.

7:40 7:47 P

The President talked with his Counsellor, Bryce N. Harlow.

7:57 8:06 P

The President talked with Senator Edward W. Brooke.

8:07 8:10 P

The President talked with Special Assistant Patrick J. Buchanan.

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8:25 P

The President telephoned Wiley T. Buchanan at Sibley Hospital. The call was not completed.

8:30 P

The President called Senator Henry M. Jackson. The call was not complete.

8:46 8:49 P

The President talked with Wiely T. Buchanan at Sibley Hospital.

8:53

The President went to the bowling alley.

10:18

The President returned to the second floor of the Residence.

10:20 10:33 R

The President talked long distance with his Assistant, Henry A. Kissinger in New York City.

10:40 10:43 R

The President talked with his Counsellor, Bryce N. Harlow.

APPENDIX "A"

THE WHITE HOUSE

WASHINGTON


BREAKFAST

NATO NUCLEAR PLANNING GROUP

November 12, 1969

The President


The Vice President

The Secretary of State

The Secretary of Defense

Hon. David Packard

Deputy Secretary of Defense

Hon. U. Alexis Johnson

Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs

General Earle G. Wheeler

Chmn., Joint Chiefs of Staff

Admiral Thomas H. Moorer

Chief of Naval Operations

General William C. Westmoreland

Chief of Staff, U. S. Army

General John D. Ryan

Chief of Staff, U. S Air Force

H. E. Manlio Brosio

Secretary General of NATO

H. E. Erik Ninn-Hansen

Minister of Defense-Denmark

H. E. Helmut Schmidt

Minister of Defense-Germany

H. E. Luigi Gui

Minister of Defense-Italy

The Right Hon. Denis Healey

Secretary of State for Defense-United Kingdom

H. E. Andre de Staercke

Permanent Reprsentative-Belgium

H. E. Henning Hjorth-Nielson

Permanent Representative-Denmark

H. E. Dr. Wilhelm Grewe

Permanent Representative-Germany

H. E. Carlo de Ferrariis Salzano

Permanent Representative-Germany

H. E. Muharrem Nuri Birgi

Permanent Representative-Turkey

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NATO Nuclear Planning Breakfast

Sir Bernard Burrows

Permanent Representative-United Kingdom

Hon. Robert F. Ellsworth

Permanent Representative-United States

The Hon. Sukru Elekdag

Deputy Secretary General for NATO Affairs-Turkey

Admiral Sir Nigel Henderson

Charman of the NATO Military Committee-United Kingdom

Lt. General Georges Vivario

Chief of General Staff of Belgian Armed Forces-Belgium

General Kurt Ramberg

Chief of Defense-Denmark

General Ulrick de Maiziere

Chief of the Armed Forces-Germany

General Guide Vedovato

Chief of General Staff of Defense-Italy

Major General Atif Ercikan

Turkish Representative to the Military Committee-Turkey

Sir Charles Elworth

Marshal, Royal Air Force, Chief of Defense Staff-United Kingdom

General Andrew J. Goodpaster

Supreme Allied Commander Europe

Admiral Ephraim P. Holmes

Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic

Mr. Kenneth Nash

Assistant Secretary General of NATO for Defense Planning and Policy-United Kingdom

Hon. Emil Mosbacher, Jr.

Chief of Protocol

Hon. Henry A. Kissinger

Assistant to the President

Colonel James D. Hughes

Armed Forces Aide to the President

Colonel James D. Hughes

Armed Forces Aide to the President

Hon. G. Warren Nutter

Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs

Hon. Daniel Z. Henkin

Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs

General Lewis W. Walt

Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps

Mr. Richard A. Ware

Principle Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs

THE WHITE HOUSE

WASHINGTON

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NATO Nuclear Planning Breakfast

Brig. General Alexander M. Haig, Jr.

National Security Council

Mr. Ralph Earle, II

Defense Advisor to the U.S. Permanent Representative to the North Atlantic Council

Mr. Helmut Sonnenfeldt

National Security Council

APPENDIX "B"

Meeting with the Senate-House group, November 12, 1969.

SENATE

Gordon Allott, Senator

Strom Thurmond, Senator

Henry Jackson, Senator

Robert Byrd, Senator

Jack Ware, Adm Aide to Senator Allott

Torn Korologos, Adm Aide to Senator Bennett

Bob McGaughey, Adm Aide to Senator Mundt

Torn Shasteen, Adm Aide to Senator Curtis


HOUSE

James Wright, Congressman

Leslie Arends, Congressman

E. Ross Adair, Congressman

Samuel Devine, Congressman

Wayne Hays, Congressman

Ed Edmondson, Congressman

Sameul Stratton, Congressman

Robert T. Hartmann, Legislative Asst to the Minority Leader

Everett E. Bierman, Minority Counsel to the Foreign Affairs Committee

James Kee, Congressman


DEPARTMENT OF HUD

Richard C. Van Dusen, Under Sec of HUD

Charles J. Orlebeke, Exec Asst to the Sec of HUD


WHITE HOUSE

Bryce N. Harlow, Counsellor

William E. Timmons, Dep Asst

Kenneth E. BeLieu, Dep Asst

Eugene S. Cowen, Spec Asst

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November 13, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
8:18 am THURSDAY
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8:18 8:20

The President talked with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman.

8:21 8:25

The President talked with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman.

8:26 8:29

The President talked with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman.

8:32 9:26

The President had breakfast in the first floor Family Dining Room with Senator Michael J. Mansfield.

9:26

The President went to his office.

9:55

The President went to the barber shop.

10:08 11:45

The President attended a meeting in the Cabinet Room of the Rural Affairs Council. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "A".

At the conclusion of the meeting, the President signed Executive Order 11493 establishing the Council for Rural Affairs. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "A".

The President went to his office and met with:

11:45 11:47
James Pearson, Senator
11:45 11:50
H. R. Haldeman, Assistant

The President met with:

11:51 12:20
Manlio Brosio, Secretary General of NATO
11:51 12:20
Robert Ellsworth, Ambassador to NATO
11:51 12:25

Henry A. Kissinger, Assistant

12:13 R

The President received a call from Senator Henry Jackson. The call was not completed.

12:33 12:40

The President motored from the White House to the South side of the East end of the Capitol building. He was accompanied by:

John D. Ehrlichman, Assistant
Bryce N. Harlow, Counsellor
H. R. Haldeman, Assistant
William E. Timmons, Deputy Assistant
Kenneth E. BeLieu, Deputy Assistant
Ronald L. Ziegler, Press Secretary
Dwight L. Chapin, Special Assistant

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12:40

The President was greeted by Zeake W. Johnson, Sergeant at Arms of the House of Representatives. The President and his Counsellor, Bryce N. Harlow, were escorted to the office of Congressman John W. McCormack.

12:50

The President was escorted to the House Chamber by:

Zeake W. Johnson, Sergeant at Arms
Carl Albert, Congressman
Gerald Ford, Congressman

The President was escorted from the dias into the House Chamber by:

William M. Miller, Doorkeeper
Carl Albert, Congressman
Gerald Ford, Congressman
12:53

The President spoke to the members of the House for approximately twelve minutes.

The President was escorted to the Chamber door by:

William M. Miller, Doorkeeper
Carl Albert, Congressman
Gerald Ford, Congressman

The President was escorted from the Chamber door to the Senate side of the Capitol building by:

Zeake W. Johnson, Sergeant at Arms
Carl Albert, Congressman
Gerald Ford, Congressman

The President was met on the Senate side and escorted to the office of Senator Michael Mansfield by:

Michael Mansfield, Senator
Francis Valeo, Secretary of the Senate

The President was a luncheon guest of Senator Mansfield in the latter's office. For a list of those present see, APPENDIX "B".

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President Richard Nixon's Daily Diary
 (See Travel Record for Travel Activity)
Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
November 13, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
12:53 pm THURSDAY
Time

Phone
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R=Received

 Activity  
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Cont.

The President was escorted to the Senate chamber by:

Michael Mansfield, Senator
Richard Russell, Senator
Hugh Scott, Senator
Bryce Harlow, Counsellor
Kenneth E. BeLieu, Deputy Assistant
2:37

The President spoke to members of the Senate.

2:54 2:58

The Presidential party motored from the Capitol building to the White House.

2:59

The President went to his office.

The President met with:

3:03 3:41
H. R. Haldeman, Assistant
3:11 3:35
Paul W. McCracken, Chairman, CEA
3:12 3:35
Peter M. Flanigan, Assistant
3:37 3:41

John D. Ehrlichman, Assistant

3:41 5:12

The President attended a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Economic Policy and the Cabinet Committee on Construction. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "C".

5:12

The President went to his office.

5:15 5:21

The President met with:

Mr. and Mrs. Frederic G. Renner, friends
Rose Mary Woods, Personal Secretary
5:24 6:08

The President met with Senator John J. Williams.

The President met with:

6:09 6:40
John D. Ehrlichman, Assistant
6:00 6:40
H. R. Haldeman, Assistant
6:20 6:40
Bryce N. Harlow, Counsellor
6:35 6:45
Henry A. Kissinger, Assistant
6:46

The President went to the Residence.

6:55 6:58 P

The President talked with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman.

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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
November 13, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
7:05 pm THURSDAY
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
7:05

The President had dinner with:

The First Lady
Patricia Nixon

During their dinner the First Family watched the television broadcast of Vice President Agnew's speech in Des Moines, Iowa.

7:34 P

The President telephoned his Assistant, Henry A. Kissinger. The call was not completed.

7:36 7:37 P

The President talked with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman.

7:40 P

The President telephoned Congressman Gerald Ford. The call was not completed.

7:41 7:57 R

The President talked with his Assistant, Henry A. Kissinger.

7:57 8:00 P

The President talked with his daughter, Julie Eisenhower.

8:01 8:10 R

The President talked with Congressman Gerald Ford.

8:11 P

The President talked with Congressman John W. McCormack.

8:22 8:28 P

The President talked long distance with Commander Charles Conrad in Florida.

8:30 8:31 P

The President talked with his Special Assistant, Patrick J. Buchanan.

8:31 8:41 P

The President talked with Congressman James C. Wright.

8:42 8:45 P

The President talked with Congressman Leslie C. Arends.

8:49 P

The President telephoned his Press Secretary Ronald L. Ziegler. The call was not completed.

8:50 P

The President telephoned long distance to Jack Butler in Ford Worth, Texas. The call was not completed.

8:59 9:02 P

The President talked with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman.

9:03 9:05 R

The President talked with his Press Secretary, Ronald L. Ziegler.

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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
November 13, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
9:06 pm THURSDAY
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
9:06 P

The President talked with his Press Secretary, Ronald L. Ziegler.

9:14

The President went to the bowling alley.

11:07

The President went to the Residence.

APPENDIX "A"

Attendees at the meeting of the Council for Rural Affairs, November 13, 1969.

Spiro T. Agnew, Vice President

Robert H. Finch, Secretary of HEW

Clifford M. Hardin, Secretary of Agriculture

Maurice H. Stans, Secretary of Commerce

George P. Shultz, Secretary of Labor

George W. Romney, Secretary of HUD

Walter J. Hickel, Secretary of the Interior

Donald Rumsfeld, Director of OEO

Robert P. Mao, Director of BOB

Paul W. McCracken, Chairman of CEA

John D. Ehrlichman, Assistant

H. R. Haldeman, Assistant

Herbert G. Klein, Director of Communications

D. Patrick Moynihan, Counsellor

John C. Whitaker, Secretary of the Cabinet

Lee W. Huebner, Staff Assistant

Ronald L. Ziegler, Press Secretary


In addition to the above individuals, the following were present for the signing ceremony of Executive Order 11493.

Carl Curtis, Senator

Gordon Allott, Senator

Roman Hruska, Senator

Karl Mundt, Senator

James Pearson, Senator

Milton Young, Senator

Leslie G. Arends, Congressman

Odin Langen, Congressman

Rogers C. B. Morton, Congressman

Henry Schadeberg, Congressman


William E. Calbraith, Deputy Under Secretary of Agriculture

E. Frederick Behrens, Executive Assistant to the Secretary of Agriculture

Thomas K. Cowden, Assistant Secretary of Agriculture

Donald Paarlberg, Director of Agricultural Economics

Samuel C. Jackson, Assistant Secretary of HUD

John Quarles, Assistant to the Under Secretary of the Interior

John Veneman, Under Secretary of HEW

Al Edwards, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Agriculture

Steven Schenes

James Hawkins

APPENDIX "B"

Guests at luncheon in the Office of Senator Michael Mansfield, November 13, 1969


George D. Aiken, Senator

Gordon Allott, Senator

Robert Griffin, Senator

Harold Hughes, Senator

Edward M. Kennedy, Senator

Michael Mansfield, Senator

Richard B. Russell, Senator

Margaret C. Smith, Senator

Ralph Smith, Senator

Bryce N. Harlow, Counsellor

Kenneth E. BeLieu, Deputy Assistant


The following Senators joined the group after the luncheon.


J. William Fulbright, Senator

Hugh Scott, Senator

APPENDIX "C"

Attendees at the meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Economic Policy and the Cabinet Committee on Construction, November 13, 1969.


Spiro T. Agnew, Vice President

David M. Kennedy, Sec of the Treasury

Winton M. Blount, Postmaster General

Clifford M. Hardin, Sec of Agriculture

Maurice H. Stans, Sec of Commerce

George P. Shultz, Sec of Labor

George W. Romney, Sec of HEW

John A. Volpe, Sec of Transportation

Arthur F. Burns, Counsellor

Robert P. Mayo, Dir of the BOB

Paul W. McCracken, Chmn of the CEA

Nathaniel Samuels, Dep Under Sec of State

Robert Kunzig, Adm of GSA

Paul A. Volcker, Under Sec of the Treasury

Hendrik S. Houthakker, member of the CEA

Herbert Stein, member of the CEA

John D. Ehrlichman, Asst

Peter M. Flanigan, Asst

William L. Safire, Spec Asst

Fred Bergsten, NSC staff member

Bert Cox, CEA staff member

Sidney Jones, CEA staff member

D. Patrick Moynihan. Counsellor

Fred Deming

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President Richard Nixon's Daily Diary
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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
November 14, 1969
 CAPE KENNEDY, FLORIDA -
THE WHITE HOUSE, WASHINGTON, D. C.
TIME DAY
8:20 am Friday
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
8:20 8:26

The President flew by helicopter from the South Grounds of the White House to Andrews AFB. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A".

8:34 10:25

The President flew by AF 1 from Andrews AFB to Patrick AFB, Florida. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "B".

10:34 10:53

The President flew by helicopter from Patrick AFB to Cape Kennedy. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A".

10:54 11:42

The President went to the VIP Area bleachers of the Cape Kennedy viewing site. Among those seated with him were:

The First Lady
Patricia Nixon
Thomas O. Paine, Admin of NASA
Frank Borman, Astronaut
11:42 12:26

The Presidential party motored from the VIP Area bleachers to the Launch Control Center where the First Family toured the floor.

12:26 12:41

The Presidential party motored from the Launch Control Center to the helipad at Cape Kennedy.

12:43 12:54

The Presidential party flew by helicopter from Cape Kennedy to Patrick AFB, Florida. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "C".

1:00 2:31

The Presidential party flew by AF 1 from Patrick AFB to Andrews AFB. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "D".

While aboard AF 1 the President met with:

1:00 1:40
H. R. Haldeman, Asst
1:40 2:05
Henry A. Kissinger, Asst
2:10 2:35
Ralph T. Smith, Senator
2:10 2:35
Edward J. Gurney, Senator
2:10 2:35
James G. Fulton, Congressman
2:38 2:44

The Presidential party flew by helicopter from Andrews AFB to the South Grounds of the White House. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "C".

2:48

The President went to the Residence.

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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
November 14, 1969
 CAPE KENNEDY, FLORIDA -
THE WHITE HOUSE, WASHINGTON, D. C.
TIME DAY
3:06 pm Friday
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
3:06

The President went to his office.

3:25 6:20

The President met with his Asst, H. R. Haldeman.

4:05 4:25

The President met with his Counsellor, Bryce N. Harlow.

The President met with:

4:35 4:49
John D. Ehrlichman, Asst
4:35 4:49
Henry A. Kissinger, Asst
4:51 4:53 P

The President talked with his daughter, Patricia Nixon.

5:40 P

The President telephoned Congressman James C. Wright. The call was not completed.

5:45 5:47 P

The President talked long distance with Jack Butler in Fort Worth, Texas.

6:20

The President went to the second floor of the White House.

6:31 P

The President telephoned long distance to C. G. Rebozo in Florida.

6:50

The President had dinner with:

The First Lady
Patricia Nixon
7:10 R

The President was telephoned by his Asst, Henry A. Kissinger. The call was not completed.

7:33 7:37 P

The President talked with his Asst, H. R. Haldeman.

7:40 7:58 R

The President talked with his daughter, Julie Eisenhower.

8:00 8:03 P

The President talked with his Asst, Henry A. Kissinger.

8:05 8:10 R

The President talked long distance with C. G. Rebozo in Florida.

8:18 8:20 P

The President talked with his Spec Asst, Patrick J. Buchanan.

8:22 ? P

The President talked with his Asst, H. R. Haldeman.

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President Richard Nixon's Daily Diary
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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
November 14, 1969
 CAPE KENNEDY, FLORIDA -
THE WHITE HOUSE, WASHINGTON, D. C.
TIME DAY
8:29 pm Friday
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
8:29 8:35 P

The President talked with his Asst, John D. Ehrlichman.

9:00 9:03 R

The President talked with his Asst, John D. Ehrlichman.

9:10

The President went to the office of John D. Ehrlichman and then to his office in the West Wing.

10:55

The President went to the second floor of the Residence.

APPENDIX "A"

HELICOPTER PASSENGER MANIFESTS - NOVEMBER 14, 1969


FROM: White House TO: Andrews AFB

President Nixon

Mrs. Nixon

Patricia Nixon

H. R. Haldeman

John D. Ehrlichman

Ronald L. Ziegler

Walter R. Tkach

Henry A. Kissinger

Charles R. Larson

Robert H. Taylor

Vernon W. Copeland


FROM: Patrick AFB, Florida TO: Cape Kennedy:

President Nixon

Mrs. Nixon

Patricia Nixon

Ralph T. Smith

Edward J. Gurney

Thomas O. Paine

Frank Borman

Ronald L. Ziegler

Walter R. Tkach

Charles R. Larson

Robert H. Taylor

Vernon W. Copeland

APPENDIX "B"

PASSENGER MANIFEST

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY AIR FORCE ONE
MSN: 2042 VC137 26000

ANDREWS AFB, WASH DC TO PATRICK AFB, FLA

14 November 1969 Depart 8:34am Arrive 10:25am 815SM

  1. The President
  2. The First Lady
  3. Tricia Nixon
  4. Senator Edward J. Gurney
  5. Senator Margaret Chase Smith
  6. Congressman J. Herhert Burke
  7. Congressman Richard James G. Fulton
  8. Congressman Louis Frey
  9. Mr Peter Flanigan
  10. Mr Dale Grubb
  11. Mr H R Haldeman
  12. Mr John D. Ehrlichman
  13. Mr Henry Kissinger
  14. Mr Ronald Ziegler
  15. Mr Dwight L. Chapin
  16. Mr Steve Bull
  17. LCDR Charles R. Larson
  18. Dr Walter R. Tkach
  19. Mr Charles Stuart
  20. Colonel Frank Borman
  21. Dr Lee Dubridge
  22. Mr Robert H. Taylor
  23. Mr Arthur Godfrey
  24. Mr P. Hamilton Brown
  25. Mr Vern Copeland
  26. Mr William Hudson
  27. Mr M. Richardson
  28. Mr Gary Jenkins
  29. Mr Andrew Hutch
  30. Mr D. Ray
  31. MSG Abel Araiza
  32. Mr Jack Cliff
  33. Mr Charles Harrity
  34. Mr Roddy Mims
  35. Mr Don Bacon
  36. Mr Bruce Hoertel
  37. Mr Clark Thompson
  38. Mr Cleve Ryan
  39. Mr John Southerland
  40. Mr Frank Cormier
  41. Mr Bill Gill
  42. Helen Thomas

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

APPENDIX "C"

HELICOPTER PASSENGER MANIFESTS - NOVEMBER 14, 1969


FROM: Cape Kennedy, Florida TO: Patrick AFB

President Nixon

Mrs. Nixon

Patricia Nixon

James A. Burke

Congressman Fulton

Thomas O. Paine

Frank Borman

Ronald L. Ziegler

Walter R. Tkach

Charles R. Larson

Robert H. Taylor

Vernon W. Copeland


FROM: Andrews AFB TO: White Rouse

President Nixon

Mrs. Nixon

Patricia Nixon

H. R. Haldeman

John D. Ehrlichman

Ronald L. Ziegler

Walter R. Tkach

Henry A. Kissinger

Robert H. Taylor

Vernon W. Copeland APPENDIX "D"

PASSENGER MANIFEST

AIR FORCE ONE FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

MSN: 2042 VC137 26000

PATRICK APB, FLA TO ANDREWS AFB, WASH DC

14 November 1969 Depart 1:02pm Arrive 2:31pm 815SM

  1. The President
  2. The First Lady
  3. Tricia Nixon
  4. Senator Edward J. Gurney
  5. Senator Margaret Chase Smith
  6. Congressman Richard James G. Fulton
  7. Mr Peter Flanigan
  8. Mr Dale Grubb
  9. Mr H.R. Haldeman
  10. Mr John D. Ehrlichman
  11. Mr Henry Kissinger
  12. Mr Ronald Ziegler
  13. Mr Dwight L. Chapin
  14. Mr Steve Bull
  15. LCDR Charles R. Larson
  16. Dr Walter R. Tkach
  17. Mr Charles Stuart
  18. Dr Lee Dubridge
  19. Mr Robert H. Taylor
  20. Mr Arthur Godfrey
  21. Mr P. Hamilton Brown
  22. Mr Vern Copeland
  23. Mr William Hudson
  24. Mr M. Richardson
  25. Mr Gary Jenkins
  26. Mr Andrew Hutch
  27. Mr D. Ray
  28. Congressman William C. Cramer
  29. MSG Abel Araiza
  30. Jack Cliff
  31. Charles Harrity
  32. Roddy Mims
  33. Don Bacon
  34. Bruce Hoertel
  35. Clark Thompson
  36. Cleve Ryan
  37. John Southerland
  38. Frank Cormier
  39. Bill Gill
  40. Helen Thomas

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
November 15, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
3:35 am SATURDAY
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
3:35 3:37 P

The President talked with his Assistant, John D. Ehrlichman.

9:10

The President had breakfast.

9:30

The President went to his office.

9:40 10:15

The President met with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman.

9:30

The President met with:

10:20 10:28
Henry A. Kissinger, Assistant for NSA
12:50 1:28
10:25 10:28
John N. Mitchell, Attorney General
10:25 12:37
William P. Rogers, Secretary of State
10:35 12:28
Melvin R. Laird, Secretary of Defense
12:30 12:51
Walter P. McConaughy, U.S. Amb. to China
12:49 12:53
Members of the Press and photographers
12:49 12:53
Ronald L. Ziegler, Press Secretary
12:50 1:28
John D. Ehrlichman, Assistant
12:50 1:28
Robert P. Mayo, Director, BOB
1:10

The President had lunch.

1:29

The President went to the Solarium in the Residence.

1:40 1:43 P

The President talked with his Assistant, John D. Ehrlichman.

2:15 2:16 P

The President talked with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman.

3:01 3:06 P

The President talked with his Assistant, John D. Ehrlichman.

4:32

The President went to his office.

The President met with:

4:47 6:34
Robert P. Mayo, Director, BOB
4:48 6:34
John D. Ehrlichman, Assistant
4:49 6:34
Henry A. Kissinger, Assistant
6:34

The President went to the Residence, accompanied by Henry A. Kissinger, Assistant.

6:40

Assistant Henry A. Kissinger departed.

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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
November 15, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
6:48 pm SATURDAY
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
6:48 P

The President telephoned to Woody Hayes, football coach at Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. The call was not completed.

6:52 6:53 P

The President talked with his Assistant, John D. Ehrlichman.

6:55

The President had dinner.

7:35 P

The President telephoned his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman. The call was not completed.

7:35 7:39 R

The President talked long distance with Woody Hayes, football coach at Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.

7:40 P

The President telephoned long distance to C. G. Rebozo in Florida. The call was not completed.

8:00 R

The President talked with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman.