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#17839: NEWS,THE
1974-08-09, , min.
Gerald Ford

At noon, Gerald Ford became the 38th president of the United States. Congress passes resolution of support for President Ford.            
#17841: NEWS,THE
1974-08-10, , min.
Gerald Ford

Gerald Ford now the 38th president of the United States.             
#17843: NEWS,THE
1974-08-13, , min.
Nelson Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger

Nelson Rockefeller rumored to be chosen as Vice-President. Henry Kissinger in touch with Greek and Turkish Prime Ministers.         
#17844: NEWS,THE
1974-08-14, , min.
Gerald Ford

Cyprus peace talks break down ag Geneva. Fighting continues. President Ford closely watching the situation.           
#17845: NEWS,THE
1974-08-15, , min.
Richard Nixon, Leon Jaworski

Turkish forces take control of Famagusta. Ceasefire in Nicosia breaks down. Watergate special prosecutor Leon Jaworski undecided whether to indict Richard Nixon.       
#17846: NEWS,THE
1974-08-16, , min.
Richard Nixon

Turkey takes control of north 1/3 of Cyprus. Greece declines to accept US offer to talk in Washington. Nixon aides involved in Watergate leaving White House.         
#17847: NEWS,THE
1974-08-17, , min.
Gerald Ford

Fords moving belongings into White House.            
#17850: NEWS,THE
1974-08-19, , min.
Gerald Ford, Betty Ford, Rodger Davies

Rodger Davies, Cyprus ambassador, killed. Fords move into White House.      
#17851: NEWS,THE
1974-08-20, , min.
Gerald Ford, Nelson Rockefeller

President Ford selects Nelson Rockefeller as his Vice-President.           
#17854: NEWS,THE
1974-08-20, , min.
Gerald Ford

President Ford says no mandatory wage and price controls.           
#17855: NEWS,THE
1974-08-21, , min.
Nelson Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger

House accepts impeachment report of Judiciary Committee. Rockefeller and Kissinger likely to work well together.
          
#17856: NEWS,THE
1974-08-22, , min.
Gerald Ford

President Ford reportedly in excellent health. Floods in Philippines.        
#17857: NEWS,THE
1974-08-26, , min.
Gerald Ford

President Ford works on economy problems. He will hold news conference.         
#17859: NEWS,THE
1974-08-28, , min.
Gerald Ford

Presidential news conference in East Room. Three convicts escape from Colorado prison.             
#17860: NEWS,THE
1974-08-29, , min.
Richard Nixon

Two subpoenas given to Richard Nixon. Fire in gasoline and oil storage terminal in Louisana.          
#17862: NEWS,THE
1974-09-06, , min.
Alan Greenspan

Unemployment rises to 5.4% in August. Alan Greenspan sees more unemployment.          
#17864: NEWS,THE
1974-09-08, , min.
Gerald Ford

President Gerald Ford goes on national television to give former president Richard Nixon a full, free, and absolute pardon.        
#17866: NEWS,THE
1974-09-08, , min.
Gerald Ford, Richard Nixon

Former President Richard Nixon is granted a full pardon by President Gerald Ford.            
#17867: NEWS,THE
1974-09-08, , min.
Gerald Ford, Richard Nixon

Gerald Ford gives Richard Nixon a full pardon.             
#17861: NEWS,THE
1974-09-22, , min.
Announcer

News events for Sunday September 22nd, 1974.            
#17869: NEWS,THE
1974-10-15, , min.
Gerald Ford, Richard Nixon, Nelson Rockefeller, John Sirica

Judge John Sirica deciding whether Richard Nixon should testify at Watergate cover-up trial. Gerald Ford in full support of Nelson Rockefeller as his Vice-President.  
#17871: NEWS,THE
1974-10-15, , min.
Richard Nixon, John Sirica

Racial violence in Boston due to court-ordered school busing. Judge John Sirica to decide if Nixon to testify in Watergate cover-up trial.          
#17879: NEWS,THE
1974-10-17, , min.
Gerald Ford, Richard Nixon, Nelson Rockefeller, Happy Rockefeller

Gerald Ford explains to Congress why he pardoned former President Richard Nixon. Happy Rockefeller, wife of Governor Nelson Rockefeller has breast cancer.          
#17883: NEWS,THE
1974-10-18, , min.
John Dean

John Dean continues to testify at Watergate cover-up trial. 
Attendance at Boston schools increases.          
#17885: NEWS,THE
1974-10-23, , min.
John Dean, Leon Jaworski, Henry Ruth

Special Watergate prosecutor Leon Jaworski resigns. Henry Ruth to be his replacement. Defense continues cross-examination of John Dean.     
#17889: NEWS,THE
1974-10-26, , min.
Announcer

News events for October 26th, 1974.             
#17890: NEWS,THE
1974-10-29, , min.
Gerald Ford, Richard Nixon

Nixon undergoes phlebitis surgery. President Ford holds news conference. Economy will likely be discussed.          
#17891: NEWS,THE
1974-10-29, , min.
Henry Kissinger, Indira Gandhi

Henry Kissinger meets with India Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. They both agree to try and stop world hunger and spread of nuclear weapons.           
#17892: NEWS,THE AM
1974-10-30, , min.
Richard Nixon

Former President Richard Nixon in critical condition following surgery. Watergate Watergate cover-up jury not told of Nixon's health issues.           
#17894: NEWS,THE
1974-10-30, , min.
Nelson Rockefeller

Ford Motor Company reports drop in third quarter profits. Nelson Rockefeller vice-presidential approval under scrutiny by House Judiciary Committee.         
#17896: NEWS,THE
1974-10-31, , min.
Gerald Ford, Richard Nixon

Nixon might have internal bleeding. President Ford tours Midwest.          
#17898: NEWS,THE
1974-11-12, , min.
Gerald Ford

Ford administration admits country in a recession. Coal strike likely to make country's economy worse.         
#17902: NEWS,THE
1974-11-15, , min.
Gerald Ford, Ron Nesson

Press secretary Ron Nesson announces President Ford plans to run in '76. Ford proposes changes in the 25th amendment.           
#17886: NEWS,THE
1974-11-15, , min.
Gerald Ford

President Ford says he will run for President in 1976. Ford recommends changes in 25th amendment.                   
#17904: NEWS,THE
1974-11-18, , min.
Gerald Ford

Delay in settling coal strike continues to hamper the economy.
President Ford arrives in Tokyo. 
            
#17906: NEWS,THE
1974-11-20, , min.
Gerald Ford

Congress not likely to pass many bills requested by President Ford. Lone gunman holds Philippine ambassador hostage in Washington.      
#17911: NEWS,THE
1974-12-03, , min.
Gerald Ford, Wilbur Mills

Representative Wilbur Mills hospitalized in Bethesda Naval hospital. Reportedly in ill health for some time. President Ford reportedly frustrated over worsening economic conditions.      
#17913: NEWS,THE
1974-12-04, , min.
Gerald Ford, Leonid Brezhnev, Henry Kissinger

President Ford's economic advisers meet with the press. Henry  Kissinger briefs Senate Foreign Relations Committee on new arms 
agreement between President Ford and Leonid  Brezhnev.      
#17915: NEWS,THE
1974-12-06, , min.
Louis Wyman, John Durkin

Unemployment rises .05% in November. Louis Wyman and John Durkin big losers in New Hampshire Senate race.                               
#17916: NEWS,THE
1974-12-09, , min.
John Ehrlichman, Richadd Nixon

Federal government ordered to take possession of Nixon tapes and papers. John Ehrlichman testifies in own defense in Watergate cover-up trial.         
#17623: NEWS,THE
1974-12-13, , min.
Richard Nixon, Wilbur Mills

Joint tax committee continues to probe Nixon's tax return. Wilbur  Mills continues to predict Nixon will resign.          
#17923: NEWS,THE
1974-12-19, , min.
Claude Brinegar, Kenneth Parkinson

Transportation Secretary Brinegar resigns. Kenneth Parkinson testifies at Watergate cover-up trial.          
#17924: NEWS,THE
1974-12-20, , min.
Richard Nixon, Nelson Rockefeller

New Vice-President Nelson Rockefeller spends first full day in office. Richard Nixon files suit to keep government from taking control of White House tapes.           
#17927: NEWS,THE
1974-12-27, , min.
Michael Harrington

Representative Michael Harrington asks DC Federal Court to halt all of CIA's domestic and foreign covert operations. Defense and prosecution end final arguments in Watergate cover-up trial. 
             
#17928: NEWS,THE
1974-12-30, , min.
John Sirica

Judge John Sirica gives final instructions to jury in Watergate cover-up case. Pakistan earthquake kills 4700.        
#17929: NEWS,THE
1974-12-31, , min.
H.R. Haldeman

Jury out at Watergate cover-up trial. They listen to Watergate tapes. H.F. Haldeman faces 25 years.         
#17932: NEWS,THE
1975-01-01, , min.
H.R. Haldeman, John Ehrlichman, Robert Mardian, Robert Mitchell

H.R. Haldeman, John Ehrlichman, Robert Mitchell, and Robert Mardian all found guilty in Watergate cover-up trial.       
#17935: NEWS,THE
1975-01-02, , min.
Richard Nixon

Defense attorneys begin filing appeals in Watergate cover-up trial. Richard Nixon silent on verdicts.          
#17937: NEWS,THE
1975-01-07, , min.
Philippe Petit

French aerialist Philippe Petite, falls 25 feet, injures pelvis.           
#17948: NEWS,THE
1975-01-07, , min.
John Paul Shaby

Attorney John Paul Shaby freed by Los Angeles kidnappers. Held four days for $30,000 ransom.            
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