Southwest Chinese Journal (Houston, Tex.), Vol. , Ed. 1 Monday, November 1, 1976 Page: 1 of 16
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Southwest Ctinesc Journal
Nov. 1, 1976
grounp surpported President
Ford in election.
Photoed by K.K. Tan
Wr i t ten by Wca H. Lee
President Ford attended a rally
on the parking lot of the Houston Music
Theater Saturday Morning. Many of the
Houston Chinese-Americans greeted
Ford in that Rally and waved with
When Formal Texas Governor John
Connaly introduced the President, he said: Jfi M
" we are going to win in the Nov. 2 ' "r" A
e1ect i on."
President Ford and the crowd of
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President Ford told the supporters:1
America has the finest Army, Navy and
Marines in the whole world. We are going
to keep i t that way."
Ford emphasized that " the best way
to stimulate the economy is by a tax cut.
Industry should be given tax cuts to build
new plants and develop new technology.
These tax cuts were a better means of
solving the nation's unemployment problems.
After the speech, the President walked
into the crowd and shook hands with the
Joining Ford were John Connaly,
Former Texas Governor, Congressmen Ron Paul
and Bill Archer and Mayor Loui Welch.
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"Immigration and Nationality Act
Amendments of 1976",contains mainly the
1. In the case of third preference
applicants, a job offer by an employer
will be requi red.
2. An immigrant visa must be
available at the time the application
is filed, rather than at the time it is
approved. In addition to the present
crewmen exclusion, two additional
classes of aliens are made ineligible:
A. Aliens admitted in transit without
visa (TRWOV1s):and See Page 15
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