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3992telecon With Gov Rockefeller Hak at 12_53 p.m. 0000c8f8

3992telecon With Gov Rockefeller Hak at 12_53 p.m. 0000c8f8

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.
UNCLASSIFIED
SL3s(
TELCON
Gov.
Rockefeller/HAK
October
31,
1973/12x53
p.
m.
RELEASED
IN
FULL
K:
Hello.
R:
Henry.
Kx
Nelson,
how
are
youy
R:
How
did
the
meeting
with
the
Senators
go?
K:
Verywell,
I'm
taming
Fulbright.
He
stepped
outwith
me
and
complimented
me
on
the
policy
and
.
.
.
I
R:
No
kidding',
good
for
you.
Oh
that
is
the
best
news
because
I
was
worried
about
his
position.
K:
No,
I'
vegot
hixn
undergood
control
right
now.
Rx
Marvelous.
Now
I
got
a
call
from
the
Israeli
Ambassador
saying
that
Golda
Meir
is
coming
over
with,
you
knew
of
course,
come
to
see
you,
you
invited
her
but
he
wanted
xne
to
come
down
on
Saturday
to
call
on
him.
K:
I
think
it
would
begood.
Rx
You
do.
Kx
Yeah.
Rx
I'm
very
fond
of
her.
K:
No,
I
think
that
would
be
very
good.
Then
maybe
if
I
could
talkto
you
for
a
half
an
hour
before.
R:
That
would
be
marvelous.
You
are
going
to
be
here
Saturday.
K:
Yes
I
will.
Rx
I'
ll
check
out
on
tixne
with
your
office
and
see
when
I
could
get
down.
Henry,
we
are
facting
very
serious
oil
problems
here
in
this
state
which
is
things
are
going
to
be
worked
outin
the
next
month
or
so
its
not
going
to
be
so
bad
but
if
they'
re
not
we'
ve
got
to
do
some
drastic
stuff.
We'
ll
continue
anyhow
to
plan.
K:
I
think
youshould
continue
to
plan.
I
am
trying
t'o
get
them
workedout.Also
trying
to
get
Gov.
Love
here
to
do
something
but
he's
not
our
most
energetic
UNITED
FANS
DEPARTMENT
OF
STATE
REVIEW
AUTHORIT:
ROBERT
H
MILLER
DATE/CASE
ID:
25
MAY
2004
200102979
UNCLASSIFIED
 
UNCLASSIFIED
R:
No
he
isn't
I'm
afraid
and
he
didn't
getoff
to
a
very
good
start
on
thehill
either.
K:
He's
a
nice
guy
but
he's
lethargic
to
a
point
that's;not
to
be
believed.
R:
I
guess
that
high
altitude,
you
know
when
you
come
down
out
of
thie
high
altitude
unto
the
plains.
K:
I'm
told
that
at
his
last
meeting
he
had
55
people.
R:
You'
re
kidding.
K:
I
don't
see
55
people
bureaucrats
in
a
year.
R:
Well
it
sounds
to
me
like
he's
going
the
road
of
Pete
Peterson.
K:
Exactly.
R:
Is
there
a
legal
opinion?
K:
No
yet.
I
will
try
to
get
it
this
afternoon.
R:
%'ell,
you
may
be
right
on
that.
You
cadtafford
to
take
any
chances.
Z:
Well,
that's
my
real
worry.
Otherwise
I
would
love
to
havehim
because
I
really
need,
I
don't
need
a
doctor,
theywant
to
send
a
doctor
with
me.
R:
It's
just
exactly
whathe
does
is
what
one
needs
under
pressure.
R:
K:
That'sright.
/Maybe
he
could
go
incognito
with
a
beard.
K:
As
an
Arab.
Anything
I
can
do
on
my
own
I'm
proud
to
be
associated
with
him.
It's
just
the
association
with
an
official
trip
that
worries
me.
R:
I
understand.
K:
Nelson,
I
was
wondering.
.
.
I
just
don't
think
I
ought
to
come
up
tomorrow
night.
R:
That's
fine.
I
don't
think
youshould
either.
-2-
UNCLASSIFIED
 
UNCLASSIFIED
K:
Because
first
of
all
the
exhaustion
of
running
back
and
forth
on
top
of
what
I'rn
going
to
have
next
week.
R:
No,then
being
with
all
these
people,
shaking
hands,making
speeches
and
soforth,
unnecessary.
K:
And
secondly
if
I
skip
a
Golda
Meir
dinner
here
in
which
I
was
supposed
to
make
the
toast,
even
though
I
hav'e
a
good
excuse,
.
.
.
R:
You
can't
do
that.
K:
All
the
Senators
will
notice
that
I'm
not
there.
R:
No,
you
can't
do
that
Henry.
So
this
is
fine.
If
they'
ll
accept
it
I'm
delighted.
K:
I'd
be
pround
of
it.
R:
Will
your
office
handle
it.
K:
I'
ll
get
my
officeto
handle
it.
R:
Suet
have
your
office
saythat
you
can't
be
there
that
if
they
would
like
I
would
be
delighted
toreceive
it.
You'
re
really
a
great
friend.
And
let's
try
to
have
a
good
talk
on
Saturday
morning.
Pll
give
you
our
whole
strategy
so
that
you
have
some
understanding.
Marvelous.
Listen
Henry,
while
you'
re
on
the
phone
~
..
are
you
going
to
be
there
in
the
afternoon?
K:
Yes,
I'
ll
be
there
all
afternoon
but
I'
ll
be
tied
up
until
about
4:00
4:30,
R:
You
will.
K:
Yes.
R:
And
what
aboutthe
morning?
K:
Tomorrow.
R:
S
atur
d
ay.
K:
I'
ll
be
there
all
day.
R:
You
will
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