NBC Evening News for Friday, Jan 10, 1969
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(Studio) Nixon announces appointed of James Hodgson, Lockheed Aircraft executive, as undersecretary of labor. Makes other labor appts.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley
(NYC) Elizabeth Koontz, president of NEA, to serve as director of Labor Department, women's bureau. Crime and law enforcement task force meets w/ Attorney General designate John Mitchell, participants Los Angeles police chief Thomas Reddin, and Richard Kleindienst possible deputy attorney general Reports to determine Nixon policy. No legislature for year [MITCHELL - judicial law enforcement was tone of report, law and order w/ justice.] [REDDIN - Strong voice and backing from capitol will bring together total resources of country Haven't had it in past years]
REPORTER: Herbert Kaplow