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Public Papers of Ronald Reagan
April 1982

April 1, 1982
Proclamation 4916 -- National Maritime Day, 1982
Proclamation 4917 -- National Safe Boating Week, 1982
Executive Order 12355 -- The Task Force on Legal Equity for Women
Exchange With Reporters on Returning From Bethesda Naval Medical Center

April 2, 1982
Remarks on Signing Proclamation 4918, Proclaiming Older Americans Month, 1982
Proclamation 4918 -- Older Americans Month, 1982
Statement by Deputy Press Secretary Speakes on the Situation in the Falkland Islands
Executive Order 12356 -- National Security Information
Statement on Signing Executive Order 12356, Concerning National Security Information
Proclamation 4919 -- Cancer Control Month, 1982

April 3, 1982
Radio Address to the Nation on the Program for Economic Recovery
Exchange With Reporters Following the Radio Address to the Nation on the Program for Economic Recovery
Proclamation 4920 -- National Medic Alert Week
Proclamation 4921 - National Day of Reflection

April 5, 1982
Message to the Congress Submitting the National Materials and Minerals Program Plan and Report
Appointments
Question-and-Answer Session With Reporters on Foreign and Domestic Policy Issues
Remarks at the National Legislative Conference of the Building and Construction Trades Department, AFL – CIO
Proclamation 4922 -- Mother's Day, 1982
Proclamation 4923 -- Small Business Week, 1982
Proclamation 4924 -- World Trade Week, 1982

April 6, 1982
Proclamation 4925 -- Parliamentary Emphasis Month, 1982
Executive Order 12357 -- Sinai Support Mission

April 7, 1982
White House Statement on the Dispute Between the United Kingdom and Argentina in the Falkland Islands
Remarks on Arrival in Kingston, Jamaica
White House Statement on the Meeting Between the President and Jamaican Prime Minister Edward Philip George Seaga in Kingston, Jamaica
Toasts of the President and Jamaican Prime Minister Edward Philip George Seaga at a Working Dinner in Kingston, Jamaica

April 8, 1982
Remarks in Bridgetown, Barbados, Following a Luncheon Meeting With Leaders of Eastern Caribbean Countries
Remarks Following a Meeting With Barbadian Prime Minister J. M. G. Adams in Bridgetown, Barbados
Nomination of Guy W. Fiske To Be Deputy Secretary of Commerce

April 9,1982
Proclamation 4926 -- American Salute to Cabanatuan Prisoner of War Memorial Day, 1982

April 10, 1982
Radio Address to the Nation on the Caribbean Basin Initiative and Student Loans

April 12, 1982
Proclamation 4927 -- Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week, 1982
Proclamation 4928 -- Dutch-American Friendship Day, 1982

April 13, 1982
Remarks on Private Sector Initiatives at a White House Luncheon for National Religious Leaders
Statement on the 239th Anniversary of the Birth of Thomas Jefferson
Nominations & Appointments

April 14, 1982
Question-and-Answer Session With Reporters on Domestic and Foreign Policy Issues
Remarks on Signing Executive Order 12358, Establishing the Presidential Commission on Drunk Driving
Executive Order 12358 -- Presidential Commission on Drunk Driving
Appointment of 20 Members of the President's Committee on Mental Retardation
Proclamation 4929 -- Crime Victims Week, 1982

April 15, 1982
Remarks to the National Catholic Education Association in Chicago, Illinois
Question-and-Answer Session With Students at St. Peter's Catholic Elementary School in Geneva, Illinois
Exchange With Reporters on Domestic and Foreign Policy Issues
Appointment of Three Members of the United States Holocaust Memorial Council
White House Statement on the Dispute Between the United Kingdom and Argentina in the Falkland Islands

April 16, 1982
Remarks on the Program for Economic Recovery at a White House Luncheon for Editors and Broadcasters from Southeastern States
Proclamation 4930 -- National Architecture Week, 1982
Remarks on Signing Proclamation 4931, Proclaiming Law Day U.S.A., 1982
Proclamation 4931 -- Law Day U.S.A., 1982
Proclamation 4932 -- Prayer for Peace, Memorial Day, 1982
Proclamation 4933 -- National Farm Safety Week, 1982
White House Statement on the President's Meeting With Islamic Ambassadors To Discuss the Incident at the Dome of the Rock Mosque
Question-and-Answer Session Following a White House Luncheon for Editors and Broadcasters from Southeastern States
Proclamation 4934 -- Armed Forces Day, 1982

April 17, 1982
Radio Address to the Nation on Nuclear Weapons
White House Statement About a Meeting With President Leonid I. Brezhnev of the Soviet Union

April 19, 1982
Remarks at the Welcoming Ceremony for Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands
Message to the Congress Transmitting the Annual Report on Federal Advisory Committees
Appointments & Promotions
Toasts of the President and Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands at the State Dinner

April 20, 1982
Remarks at a White House Ceremony Commemorating the Day of Remembrance of the Holocaust
Question-and-Answer Session With Reporters on Domestic and Foreign Policy Issues
Nomination of James Kilburn Asselstine To Be a Member of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission

April 21, 1982
Letter to the Speaker of the House and the President of the Senate Requesting Fiscal Year 1983 and 1984 Authorization for Ship Procurement
Message to the Congress Transmitting the Annual Science and Technology Report
Letter Accepting the Resignation of Adm. B. R. Inman as Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency

April 22, 1982
Nominations
Remarks at a White House Ceremony Upon Accepting Honorary Chairmanship of the VIIth Paralympic Games
Remarks at a White House Reception Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Folger Shakespeare Library
Executive Order 12359 -- Public International Organizations Entitled To Enjoy Privileges, Exemptions, and Immunities

April 23, 1982
Executive Order 12360 -- President's Task Force on Victims of Crime
Remarks on Signing Executive Order 12360, Establishing the President's Task Force on Victims of Crime
Message to the Congress Reporting a Budget Rescission and Deferrals
Message About the Observance of National Dance Week, April 25 - May 1, 1982
Nominations

April 24, 1982
Radio Address to the Nation on Taxes, Tuition Tax Credit, and Interest Rates
Statement on the Death of Representative John M. Ashbrook of Ohio

April 25, 1982
White House Statement on the Israeli Withdrawal From the Sinai Peninsula

April 26, 1982
Remarks at the Annual Meeting of the United States Chamber of Commerce
Nominations
Proclamation 4935 -- National Year of Disabled Persons

April 27, 1982
Remarks on Private Sector Initiatives at a White House Briefing for National Service Organization Leaders
Proclamation 4936 -- Jewish Heritage Week
Proclamation 4937 -- Father's Day, 1982
Executive Order 12361 -- Multinational Force and Observers Reports

April 28, 1982
Remarks on the Caribbean Basin Initiative at a White House Briefing for Chief Executive Officers of United States Corporations
Letter to the Speaker of the House and the President of the Senate on Nuclear Waste Legislation

April 29, 1982
Remarks of the President and Prime Minister Mohamed Mzali of Tunisia Following Their Meeting
Address to the Nation on the Fiscal Year 1983 Federal Budget

April 30, 1982
Appointments

Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With Editors and Broadcasters From Midwestern States