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Mrss Lasker, in these delightful surroundings, I'm sure
your chapter today is going to be a vivid and a gay one.
You promised to talk about the Johnson administration and
your further meetings with Mrs. Johnson especially in
the realm of beautification. Is that the first thing on
Yes. Well, at one of her meeting for the Committee
on a More Beautiful Capital, Mrs. Johnson's or the First
Lady's Committee for a Beautiful Capital, the meeting in May,
was held on the Seqoia, the yacht that used to be used by
the Secretary of the Navy.
Whose yacht is it now?
Oh, I guess a sort of general purpose yacht for the
administration. The idea was that we should look at the river
and what areas of the river were being made unattractive by
industry or by wastes...
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