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May 24, 1984
This one made up for that easy one yesterday. Ensign Kristine Holdereid (1st woman to ever top the graduating class at Annapolis) came to the Oval office with her parents & brother. She’s very nice & so is her family. I took her over to the E.O.B. to meet the editors of Womens magazines who were having a meeting. Then over to Langley to speak to the employees of C.I.A. & break ground for a new building. Geo. B. & I then had lunch together. Jay Hair head of “Wildlife Fed.” came in with Bill Clark & Bill Ruckelshaus. Maybe we’re making a little headway with the environmentalists who declared war on me about 3 yrs. ago. I think Jay wants to be fair and heard some things today he hadn’t understood before. A cabinet meeting to hear a report on how we’re doing on implementing the Grace Commission recommendations. We’re doing fine & have some already in action & others ready for action by Cong.—about 25% of them. Visits from the Multiple Sclerosis Father & Mother of the year. Head of Amvets made me a life member. Met Chi Luu & his parents—he just graduated with a 3.98 grade average from City College of N.Y. In ’79 he arrived here from Vietnam & didn’t know a word of English. Did more T.V. with a dozen or so of our Congressmen. And now off to Claire Boothe Luces for dinner. A most pleasant meeting—just 12 of us—the Geo. Wills, de Borchgraves, Michael Novaks, The Clarks & our hostess & Bill Webster.