Reagan, still progressing, plans policy talk April 15
Washington — President Reagan continues to make good progress, although he may stay in the hospital a few days longer than anticipated, Monitor correspondent Brad Knickerbocker reports. White House officials say Mr. Reagan will make a "major address" on his ecomomic package after April 15.
He was formally questioned by FBI officials about the assassination attempt for the first time Tuesday.
Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy, who was shot in the assassination attempt on March 30, was released from the George Washington Medical Center Tuesday. He held a brief and emotional press conference to thank medical and police officials, and hopes to find an unidentified man who rushed to help him immediately after he was wounded.
White House press secretary James Brady "continues to recuperate uneventfully ," and policeman Thomas Delahant y's condition "continues good."