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Thtment and the head of each independent ty in the executive branch of the Government be entitled to one copy of each annual volume application therefor in writing to the Director. 2.18 Governmental requisitions. Legislative, ial, and executive agencies of the Federal Govent may obtain, at cost, copies of the annual nes for official use upon the timely submisto the Government Printing Office of a printand binding requisition (Standard Form 1). 32.19 Extra copies. All requests for extra of the annual volumes must be addressed to

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the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. Extra copies must be paid for by the agency or official requesting them.

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$32.22 Sale of annual volumes. The annual volumes shall be placed on sale to the public by the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402, at prices determined by him under the general direction of the Administrative Committee.

[F.R. Doc. 65-13119; Filed, Dec. 6, 1965; 8:48 a.m.]

( Main references are to items except as otherwise indicated ]

Abe, Mr. and Mrs. Kazuhisa, 532
Abel, I. W., 184 n.
Abell, Mrs. Bess, 351
Academy of Sciences, National, 461
Accident prevention. See Safety
Acheson, David C., 204
Acheson, Dean, 134, 235, 236 (5), 247 [8]
Ackley, Gardner (Chairman, Council of

Economic Advisers), 8 (15), 33, 44,
158 [4], 201, 236 (13), 247 (1), 333,
373 ftn. (p. 805), 379, 492 (1), 494 (1),
630 (2, 5, 8], 631, 635 (1, 2, 8, 16, 18),

636
Acreage allotments, 62, 203, 281
Acton, John Emerich Edward Dalberg,

Lord, 97
Adams, Abigail, 271
Adams, Repr. Brock, 23
Adams, John, 101, 120, 189, 609
Adams, John Quincy, 300
Addonizio, Hugh, 504
Addresses or remarks on commemorative or

special occasions
Airline strike settlement, 360
Alliance for Progress, 5th anniversary, 386
Amistad Dam, Mexico, inspection tour,

639
AMVETS Headquarters, dedication, 345
Armed Forces Radio and Television Serv-

ice, 25th anniversary, 648
Ball, George W., farewell ceremony, 502
Brookings Institution, 50th anniversary,

493
Cancer Crusade, opening of, 156
Cape Kennedy trip with Chancellor Er-

hard, 485
Capitol Page School, commencement, 270
Civic meeting, Anchorage, Alaska, 568
Columbus Day dinner, 513
Communications cable, U.S.-Venezuela,

inauguration, 366
Congressional dinners, 221, 520
Czestochowa, Shrine of Our Lady of, dedi-

cation, 528

Addresses or remarks on commemorative or

special occasions—Continued
Dallastown, Pa., 100th anniversary, 428
Defense Department cost reduction cere-

mony, 324
Democratic Party dinners, 228, 312
Denver, University of, honorary degree,

414
Dollars for Democrats Drive, 403
Eisenhower, General and Mrs. Dwight D.,

wedding anniversary, 300
Ellenville (N.Y.) Community Hospital

dedication, 395
Employment Act of 1946, 20th anniver-

sary, 83
EXPO '67, U.S. Pavilion model unveiling,

644
Foreign Service seminar graduation, 261
Gemini space program

conclusion, 625
Harry S. Truman Center for the

Advancement of Peace, establish-

ment, 22
Hopkins, William J., ceremony honoring,

330
Housing and Urban Development, De-

partment of, ist anniversary, 604
India, grain shipment to, 311
Indiana statehood, 150th anniversary, 346
Indianapolis businessmen's luncheon, 347
Lincoln, Abraham, statue dedication, 175
Medical assistance, inauguration of Fed-

eral-State program, 157
Medicare, medical leaders' meeting, 271
Memorial Day service, 246
Methodism, American, bicentennial, 189
National Christmas Tree lighting, 646
NATO, 17th anniversary, 163
Navy League luncheon, 397
Oceanographer, commissioning, 326
Organization of African Unity, 3d anni-

versary, 243
Peace Corps, 5th anniversary, 93
Polish millenium, 200
Presidential prayer breakfast, 78

( Main references are to items except as otherwise indicated ]
Addresses or remarks on commemorative or Addresses or remarks to national
special occasions-Continued

groups-Continued
Pryor, Okla., industrial site, groundbreak- National Recreation and Park Association,
ing, 416

518
Red Cross campaign, opening of, 92

National Youth Conference on National
San Antonio, Texas, 250th anniversary,

Beauty and Conservation, 295
160

101st Airborne Division, 348
Stamp unveilings, 358, 500

Presidential Scholars, 257
Summersville Dam, W. Va., dedication, Senate Youth Program participants, 35
427

United Automobile Workers of America,
Swearing-in ceremonies. See Swearing-in

235
ceremonies

White House Conference “To Fulfill
Tchaikovsky International Music Compe-

These Rights," 248
tition winners, reception, 440

White House summer interns, 388
Woodrow Wilson School for Public and YMCA Youth Governors Conference, 306

International Affairs, dedication, 216 Addresses or remarks at presentation cere-
Year of the Bible, ceremony marking, 19 monies
Addresses or remarks to foreign or inter- American Football Coaches Association
national groups

award, 7
Austrian good will delegation, 272

Beautification award, 353
Development Assistance Committee, 343 Big Brother of the Year Award, 213
Exchange teachers, 406

Boy Scouts "Report to the Nation,” 57
Korean National Assembly, 565

“E” Awards, 144
See also Visits to foreign countries

8th Armored Division Association peace
Addresses or remarks to national groups
AFL-CIO rally, 431

Fannie and John Hertz Foundation
African Methodist Episcopal Church,
Bishops' Council, 484

Federal Woman's Award, 89
American Alumni Council, 325

Heart-of-the-Year Award, 49
American Field Service students, 339

Hirshhorn, Joseph H., art collection, 226
American Legion National Convention, Lasker, Albert, special award, 166
420

Medal of Honor, 87, 183, 288, 456, 641
Boy Scouts of America, 57

National Education Award of 1966, 77
Conference of State Commissions on the National Freedom Award, 86
Status of Women, 299

National Medal of Science, 61
Conference of State Committees on Crim- National Security Medal, 387
inal Administration, 526

Presidential Unit Citation, 20
Internal Revenue commissioners, 96

President's Award for Distinguished Fed-
International Labor Press Association, 237

eral Civilian Service, 25, 266
Italian-American Professional and Busi- Rhode Island, University of, honorary de-
nessmen's Association, 513

gree, 396
Marshals, national conference, 487

Robert H. Goddard Trophy, 134
Mayors of Nation's larger cities, 525

Scholastic awards, blind students, 220
National Conference of Editorial Writers, Teacher of the Year Award, 165
503

Tuss McLaughry Award, 7
National Council of Senior Citizens, 253 Young American Medals, 289
National League of Cities, 155

See also Awards and citations
National Legislative Leaders Conference, Administrative budget, 26 (pp. 49, 50, 52,
273

55), 635 [6, 17]

award, 377

Award, 194

( Main references are to items except as otherwise indicated ]
Adult education, 111, 189

Agreement on the Importation of Educa-
Adulyadej, King Bhumibol (Thailand), tional, Scientific, and Cultural Materi.
554 n., 555 n., 557 n., 558 n.

als (Florence Agreement), 45, 519, 601
Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Agricultural advisory corps, Vietnam, 331
Relations, 606, 607 [1]

Agricultural Implement Workers of Amer-
Advisory Committee on Private Enterprise ica, International Union of United Au-
in Foreign Aid, 41

tomobile, Aerospace and, 535
Advisory Council on Insured Loans to Stu- Agricultural Service, Foreign, 308 n.
dents, 3

Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation
Aeronautics and space report, 40

Service, 225
Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Agricultural Trade Development and Assist-

Workers of America, International ance Act of 1954, 308

Union of United Automobile, 535 Agriculture, College of (University of the
Aerospace Workers, International Associa- Philippines), 550

tion of Machinists and, 256 n., 322, 360, Agriculture, Department of, 26 (pp. 54, 59),
535

62, 69, 140, 245 n., 308 n., 312, 334 [2],
Afghanistan, Peace Corps projects, 126

374, 595, 630 (4)
AFL-CIO. See American Federation of Cost reduction program, 164

Labor-Congress of Industrial Organiza- School lunch program, 340
tions

Agriculture, Secretary of (Orville L. Free-
Africa, 6 (p. 9), 243, 489, 610 [8], 654 [3] man), 28, 52 [1, 2], 54, 56, 62, 69 n., 86,
Assistance, 45, 243

95, 106 n., 141 (10), 153-154, 164, 188
Communist aggression, 346

[4], 203, 214, 245 n., 281, 312, 331 n.,
Economic and social development, 41, 343, 424 n., 477 [5], 508, 516 [1], 595,

607 [1,8]
Relations with U.S., 414, 273

Letters, 340, 376
African Development Bank, 41, 243,654 [3] Memorandums, 425, 606
African Methodist Episcopal Church, 484

Agriculture and agricultural programs, 414
African Unity, Organization of, 243

Acreage allotments, 62, 203
Agena launch vehicle, 625

Economy, 6 (p. 5), 34 (pp. 96, 103), 62,
Agency for International Development, 11,

203, 240, 312
18, 26 (p. 58), 41, 45, 62, 153-154, 308 Exports, 62, 272, 308 n., 312, 355, 461
n., 368, 406, 549 ftn. (p. 1261), 629, 630 Federal aid, 26 (p. 59), 188 [6]
[4]

Foreign assistance, 6 (p. 8), 26 (p. 58), 34
Agency for International Development, Ad-

(p. 105), 153-154, 177, 272, 343,
ministrator (David E. Bell), 247 [1, 15)

Income, farm, 6 (p. 5), 34 (p. 96), 189,
261

228, 334 [4], 346-347, 355, 403, 412,
Agency for International Development, Ad-

415, 428, 436–437, 451, 479, 654 [3]
ministrator (William S. Gaud), 368, Legislation, 403
407

Prices, 312, 346, 355, 428, 635 (18]
Aggrey, Dr. James, 243

Production, 26 (p. 59), 62, 281, 355, 461,
Aging, Administration on, 431

550
Agitators in racial disturbances, 338 8] Research, 62, 441,550
Agreement for Facilitating the International Surpluses, 52 [1], 62, 164, 281, 353, 355,
Circulation of Visual and Auditory Ma-

403, 436, 515,608
terials of an Educational, Scientific, and Agriculture Organization, Food and, 94
Cultural Character (Beirut Agreement), Aguirre, Mr. and Mrs. Braulio Fernandez,
45, 519

639

243, 261

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