CLINTON GREETS 100 YEAR OLD WOMAN.
President Bill Clinton talks with 100-year-old Charlotte Filmore of Washington, DC at the White House after his weekly radio address, January 15. Ms. Filmore was a coat check girl at the White House during the Eisenhower administration. n his weekly radio address ahead of Monday's holiday for slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Clinton said the money was needed to expand investigations into hate crimes and police misconduct, and fight discrimination in "finding a home, getting a job, going to school and securing a loan." Despite a booming economy, Clinton said minority unemployment and poverty rates were still about twice the national average.