Gerald R. Ford: Containing the Public Messages, Speeches, and Statements of the President, Book 2

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Contents

Statement on House Action Disapproving Compromise
1011
Remarks to Congressional Summer Interns July 23 1975
1018
Remarks on Greeting the Captain of the SS Mayaguez
1024
Remarks at the Unveiling of a Portrait of Representative
1029
Remarks of Welcome to President Walter Scheel of
1044
Text of a Toast at a Working Luncheon in Bonn Hosted
1048
Remarks at Linz During the Dinner Cruise on the Rhine
1053
Letter to the Speaker of the House and the President of
1054
Joint Statement Following Talks With First Secretary
1061
Remarks at Market Square in Kraków July 29 1975
1067
Remarks of Welcome to Prime Minister Harold Wilson
1072
QuestionandAnswer Session With Reporters on Board
1081
Remarks on Arrival at Bucharest Romania August 2 1975
1089
Toast at a Dinner Honoring the Nations Governors Febru
1110
Remarks Upon Signing a Bill Extending the Emergency
1118
Letter Accepting the Resignation of Counsel to the President
1140
Remarks at Dedication Ceremonies for the St Edward
1143
Remarks and a QuestionandAnswer Session at the Annual
1150
Statement Supporting Senate Resolution on Voluntary
1154
Statement Announcing a Trip by Secretary of State Kis
1163
Address in Minneapolis Before the Annual Convention
1171
Remarks at a Republican Party Leadership Rally in Minne
1178
Remarks and a QuestionandAnswer Session at the White
1187
Remarks Upon Signing a Summer Youth Employment Bill
1189
Remarks and a QuestionandAnswer Session With Repre
1199
Remarks in Chicago at a Dinner for Participants in
1207
Remarks at the Swearing In of James T Lynn as Director
1214
Interview in Milwaukee With Television Reporters August
1215
Remarks and a QuestionandAnswer Session at the White
1225
Exchange With Reporters on Departure From Milwaukee
1243
Address to the Nation Upon Signing the Tax Reduction
1249
Message on the Observance of the Jewish High Holy Days
1292
Remarks at a Republican Party Luncheon in Seattle Sep
1299
Remarks and a QuestionandAnswer Session at the White
1305
Remarks on Arrival at the Kansas State Capitol in Topeka
1310
Exchange With Reporters on Arrival at Portland Oregon
1322
The Presidents News Conference of February 11 1975 221
1327
Remarks at the Annual Sacramento Host Breakfast
1334
Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report
1349
Statement on the Fall of the Cambodian Government
1355
Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report
1363
Proclamation 4390 National Saint Elizabeth Seton
1364
Remarks on Greeting Service Award Recipients in
1371
Remarks Upon Secretary of State Kissingers Return From
1378
Commencement Address at Chicago State University
1542
Letter to Congressional Leaders Urging Approval of United
1543
Special Message to the Congress Reporting on Budget
1587
Remarks at the Conclusion of a Meeting With the Demo
1636
Letter to the Speaker of the House and the President of
1655
Statement on the Death of President Chiang Kaishek of
1665
Letter to the Speaker of the House and the President of
1738
Remarks at the Young Republican Leadership Conference
1848
Remarks at North Carolina Central University Novem
1859
Telegram to Mrs John Egan on the Death of Her Husband
1864
678 The Presidents News Conference of November 14 1975
1866
Remarks at the Conclusion of the Economic Summit Meet
1883
Toasts of the President and President Scheel of the Federal
1884
Letter to the Chairman of the House Select Committee
1887
Commonwealth Status for the Northern Mariana Islands
1903
Senate Transmitting Proposed Energy Legislation Janu
1967
Address in Las Vegas at the Annual Convention of the
1975
Remarks on Senate Action To Prohibit United States
1981
Statement on the Energy Policy and Conservation
1992
Statement on the Conclusion of the Indochina Refugee
1998
Remarks on Arrival at Madrid Spain May 31 1975 749
2005
New Years Day Message December 31 1975
2019
Appendix AAdditional White House Releases
2021
Remarks Upon Signing the Budget Message February
2022
Statement on Proposed Legislation To Continue Federal
2024
Statement on the Death of King Faisal Ibn Abdul Aziz
2026
Remarks at a Reception for Members of the National Com
2027
Remarks on Arrival at the New Hampshire State Capitol
2028
Statement on Departure From Madrid June 1 1975 753
2032
Statement Urging Extension of Automobile Emission
2034
Remarks at Dedication Ceremonies for the National Envi
2035
Remarks at the Swearing In of Philip C Jackson Jr
2045
Appendix BPresidential Documents Published in the Federal
2049
Appendix CPresidential Reports to the 94th Congress 1st Session
2057
Remarks on Greeting Students Participating in
A-1
Address Before a Conference of the National Federation
A-3
Remarks in Atlanta at the Annual Convention of
A-4
Toasts of the President and Prime Minister Wilson of
A-5
Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report of
A-20
Remarks at the Swearing In of Daniel P Moynihan
A-30
Letter to President Aristides Pereira on United States
A-33
Remarks at a News Briefing on the Fiscal Year 1976 Budget
A-38
Remarks Upon Signing the Emergency Compensation
A-51

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