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September 6
Officer Wayne Barton, of Boca Raton, FL. Offi-

cer Barton, a 29-year-old police officer with the Boca Raton Police Department, mentors young people, educating them about the dangers of drug abuse and crime involvement. Each day after school, Officer Barton meets with young people at a local community center, offering them an alternative to street life by assisting them in classroom assignments and organizing

recreational activities. September 7 Volunteers of the San Antonio Air Logistics

Center-Kelly Air Force Base/Southwest Independent School District Mentoring Partnership, of San Antonio, TX. The Kelly/Southwest Mentoring Partnership pairs members of the armed services with young people, offering the youth inspiration and courage needed to better their lives. The volunteers read to the young people, tutor them in reading and writing, and discuss subjects of interest.

Digest of Other
White House Announcements

In an Oval Office ceremony, the President participated in the swearing-in of Stephen D. Potts as Director of the Office of Government Ethics.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals to be members of the President's Committee on Mental Retardation for the terms indicated: Linda Felner, of New York, for a term expiring

May 11, 1992. She would succeed Alexander L. Napolitano. Currently, Mrs. Felner serves as the Federal liaison for the department of intergovernmental relations in Westchester County,

NY. Thomas Gunnings, of Michigan, for a term expir

ing May 11, 1991. He would succeed Martin S. Ulan. Currently, Dr. Gunnings serves as founder and president of the Meridian Professional Psychological Consultants, Inc., in East Lan

sing, MI. J. Alfred Rider, of California, for a term expiring

May 11, 1991. This is a reappointment. Currently, Dr. Rider serves as an associate clinical professor for the department of internal medicine at the University of California at Davis.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals to be members of the Library of Congress Trust Fund Board for the terms indicated: Edwin L. Cox, of Texas, for the term of 5 years

from March 9, 1988. He would succeed Flora Laney Thornton. Currently, Mr. Cox serves as chairman of Cox Oil and Gas, Inc., in Dallas,

TX. Marguerite S. Roll, of Arizona, for the term of 5

years from March 9, 1990. She would succeed Mildred Lois Nichols Teas. Currently, Mrs. Roll is a community and civic leader.

The President announced his intention to appoint Robert Boone Hawkins, Jr., of California, to be a member of the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations for a term of 2 years. This is a reappointment. Currently, Dr. Hawkins serves as president of the Institute for Contemporary Studies in San Francisco, CA.

The President announced his intention to designate Richard V. Backley, of Virginia, to be Acting Chairman of the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission. Mr. Backley has been a Commissioner on the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission since August 31, 1978. The term of the current Chairman, Ford B. Ford, expired on August 30, 1990.

The following list includes the President's public schedule and other items of general interest announced by the Office of the Press Secretary and not included elsewhere in this issue.

September 3

In the afternoon, the President and Mrs. Bush returned to the White House from their vacation in Kennebunkport, ME. September 4

The President met at the White House with: -the Vice President; John H. Sununu,

Chief of Staff to the President; Brent
Scowcroft, Assistant to the President for
National Security Affairs; and members

of the CIA briefing staff; -John H. Sununu, Chief of Staff to the

President; -members of the Cabinet; -Harold Reynolds, second baseman for

the Seattle Mariners baseball team and the 195th daily Point of Light.

September 5

on Public Diplomacy for terms expiring July The President met at the White House 1, 1991: with:

William J. Hybl, of Colorado. He would succeed -the Vice President; John H. Sununu, Richard M. Scaife. Currently, Mr. Hybl serves

Chief of Staff to the President; Brent as chairman and chief executive officer of the Scowcroft, Assistant to the President for El Pomar Foundation in Colorado Springs, CO. National Security Affairs; and members Richard B. Stone, of the District of Columbia. He of the CIA briefing staff;

would succeed E. Robert Wallach. Currently, -John H. Sununu, Chief of Staff to the Mr. Stone serves as vice chairman, member of President;

the board of directors, and chief executive offi-Members of Congress, to discuss their

cer of Capital Bank, N.A., in Los Angeles, CA. recent visits to the Persian Gulf region. The President announced his intention to In the morning, the President telephoned nominate William H.G. Fitzgerald, of the U.S. Ambassador to Kuwait Nathaniel W. District of Columbia, to be a member of the Howell, to discuss the Persian Gulf crisis. Board of Directors of the African Develop

In the evening, the President telephoned ment Foundation for a term expiring FebU.N. Secretary-General Javier Perez de ruary 9, 1996. He would succeed Jay KenCuellar de la Guerra, to discuss his recent neth Katzen. Upon confirmation, he will be diplomatic visit to the Persian Gulf region. designated Vice Chairperson. Most recently,

The President announced that Vilma Mr. Fitzgerald served as chairman of the Rosso Taracido, of New York, will continue board of the North American Housing to serve as Assayer of the Mint of the Corp. United States at West Point, NY.

September 7 September 6

The President met at the White House The President met at the White House with: with:

-the Vice President; John H. Sununu, -the Vice President; John H. Sununu, Chief of Staff to the President; Brent

Chief of Staff to the President; Brent Scowcroft, Assistant to the President for
Scowcroft, Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs; and members
National Security Affairs; and members of the CIA briefing staff;
of the CIA briefing staff;

- John H. Sununu, Chief of Staff to the -Foreign Minister David Levi of Israel. President;

President Bush received telephone calls -Oskar Lafontaine, Social Democratic from President Turgut Özal of Turkey, Party candidate for Chancellor of the Chancellor Helmut Kohl of the Federal Re. Federal Republic of Germany; public of Germany, and President François -the Vice President, for lunch. Mitterrand of France. President Bush dis- The White House announced that Presicussed the Persian Gulf crisis and his up- dent Bush has invited President F.W. de coming meeting with President Mikhail

Klerk of South Africa to visit Washington. Gorbachev of the Soviet Union with each

President de Klerk has accepted the invitaforeign leader.

tion and will meet with President Bush at President Bush telephoned President the White House on September 24. Hafiz al-Asad of Syria, to discuss the Persian The President appointed the following inGulf crisis.

dividuals to be Members of the President's The President declared that a major dis- Committee on the Arts and the Humanities: aster exists in Iowa as a result of severe

David B. Kennedy, of Michigan. He would sucstorms and flooding that began on July 25.

ceed Stanley M. Freehling. Currently, Mr. KenHe directed the Federal Emergency Man

nedy serves as president of the Earhart Founagement Agency to supplement State and

dation in Ann Arbor, MI. local recovery efforts.

Benjamin F. Biaggini, of California. He would The President announced his intention to succeed Franklin D. Murphy. Mr. Biaggini is nominate the following individuals to be the former chairman of Southern Pacific Co. of members of the U.S. Advisory Commission San Francisco.

Richard J. Franke, of Illinois. He would succeed serves as chairman of the board of Hallmark

Charles A. Dana, Jr. Currently, he serves as Cards, Inc., in Kansas City, MO. chairman and chief executive officer of John Stanley S. Scott, of Louisiana. He would succeed Nuveen and Co., Inc., in Chicago, IL.

Armand S. Deutsch. Currently, Mr. Scott serves George V. Grune, of Connecticut. He would suc- as president of Crescent Distribution Co. in

ceed Schuyler G. Chapin. Currently, Mr. Harahan, LA.
Grune serves as chairman of the board and
chief executive officer of the Reader's Digest

In the evening, the President and Mrs. Association, Inc., in Pleasantville, NY.

Bush left for his meeting in Helsinki, FinDonald B. Marron, of New York. He would suc

land, with President Mikhail Gorbachev of

the Soviet Union. ceed Frank Stanton. Currently, Mr. Marron serves as chairman and chief executive officer of the Paine Webber Group, Inc., in New York,

NY. Konrad Henry Matthaei, of New York. He would succeed Isabel Brown Wilson. Currently, Mr.

Nominations Matthaei serves as director of development for Submitted to the Senate the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in Cold

Spring Harbor, NY. Alexander K. McLanahan, of Texas. He would Note: No nominations were submitted to the

succeed Betsy Bloomingdale. Currently, Mr. Senate during the period covered by this McLanahan serves as vice president of Kidder, issue.

Peabody and Co., Inc., in Houston, TX. Raymond D. Nasher, of Texas. He would succeed

Frank Sinatra. Dr. Nasher is founder and chair-
man of the board of the Nasher Co. in Dallas,
TX.

Checklist
Lynne Dominick Novack, of Oklahoma. She of White House Press Releases

would succeed Karen Hansen Munro. Current-
ly, Mrs. Novack serves as an independent con-
sultant and special project director at the Inter-

The following list contains releases of the national Council in Tulsa, OK.

Office of the Press Secretary that are neiArthur W. Schultz, of California. This is a reap

ther printed as items nor covered by entries pointment. Mr. Schultz is the former chairman

in the Digest of Other White House Anof the board of trustees of the Art Institute of

nouncements. Chicago William E. Simon, of New Jersey. He would suc- Released September 1

ceed Leonard Silverstein. Currently, he serves as president of the John M. Olin Foundation and chairman of William E. Simon and Sons,

Transcript: Inc., in Morristown, NJ.

Press briefing on the Persian Gulf crisis—by Jane DeGraff Sloat, of the District of Columbia.

Brent Scowcroft, Assistant to the President She would succeed Caroline Ahmanson.

for National Security Affairs Roger L. Stevens, of the District of Columbia.

Released September 6 This is a reappointment. Currently, Mr. Stevens is founding chairman of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Wash

Advance text: ington, DC.

Remarks at a fundraising luncheon for ConOscar L. Tang, of New York. He would succeed

gressman Bill Grant in Tallahassee, FL Rawleigh Warner, Jr. Mr. Tang is co-founder, president, and chairman of the executive board

Announcement: of Reich and Tang, Inc., in New York, NY. Nomination of Kenneth W. Sukhia to be Jane Morgan Weintraub, of California. She would U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of succeed Bill Blass.

Florida
Donald J. Hall, of Missouri. He would succeed
Andrew Heiskell. Upon appointment, he will

Announcement:
be designated chairman. Currently, Mr. Hall National Medal of Arts recipients

Announcement:
Nomination of James B. Loken to be U.S.
Circuit Judge for the Eighth District

Acts Approved by the President

Announcement:
Nomination of Linda A. Akers to be U.S.
Attorney for the District of Arizona

Note: No acts approved by the President were received by the Office of the Federal Register during the period covered by this issue.

Transcript:
Press briefing on logistics for the Helsinki
summit-by John Herrick, Deputy Press
Secretary

Subject Index

Administration of George Bush, 1990

Armed Forces, U.S.-Continued
Saudi Arabia deployment-Continued

1271, 1272, 1275, 1278, 1279, 1281, 1284,

1285, 1296, 1300, 1301, 1305, 1309, 1310
Troop reductions—1191, 1193, 1270
Arms and munitions

See also Nuclear weapons
Biological weapons-1063
Chemical weapons—1063, 1192, 1219
Conventional forces and weapons-1042, 1043,

1045, 1048, 1050
Gun control-1138

Nonproliferation-1192
Army, Department of the, Central Command,

Commander-in-Chief-1186, 1240
Aspen Institute-1190
Association. See other part of subject
Australia, Prime Minister-1234, 1290
Austria, environmental cooperation–1153
Aviation
International air show, President's representa-

tive_1261
International antiterrorism efforts-1062

AID. See Development Cooperation Agency, U.S.

International
Abortion-1146, 1148
Administration. See other part of subject
Advisory committees and commissions, Federal-

1201, 1312
Aeronautics and Space Administration, Nation-

al-1107
Africa

See also specific country
Democracy and freedom-1061

Economic growth—1179
Agency. See other part of subject
Agricultural Research Week, National—1209
Agriculture, international government subsidies-

1039, 1066, 1074, 1077, 1080
Agriculture, Department of

Farmers Home Administration–1101

Secretary-1080, 1101
Air Force, Department of the

Former Chief of Staff—1234

Warren Air Force Base-1131
Alabama, Governor-1172, 1173
All-American Cities Awards—1211
Alpha Project, San Diego, CA—1093
Alternatives to Domestic Violence, Riverside,

CA-1167
American. See other part of subject
American Legion-1134
Amtrak. See Railroad Passenger Corporation, Na-

tional
Appeals, U.S. Courts of

First Circuit-1143, 1168

Fifth Circuit-1168
Appointment Process, President's Commission on

the Federal—1089, 1312
Architectural and Transportation Barriers Com-

pliance Board—1096
Archives and Records Administration, National-

1201
Armed Forces, U.S.

See also Defense and national security
Liberia deployment—1207
Mobilization of Reserves—1278, 1279, 1281,

1289
President's views-1131, 1137, 1191, 1218,

1270, 1271, 1276
Promotions, retirements, and separations-

1279
Saudi Arabia deployment—1216, 1218, 1225,

1239, 1247, 1251, 1255, 1258, 1266, 1269,

Bahrain, Amir-1239, 1241
Bar Association, American–1148
Battle Monuments Commission, American–1134
Belgium, Prime Minister-1039
Belize, Ambassador to U.S.-1232
Bolivia, trade with U.S.-1141, 1267
Brain, Decade of the-1109
Brazil, environmental cooperation–1071
Bridgeway, Lakewood, C0—1311
Broadcasting, Board for International, mem-

bers—1202, 1312
Budget, Federal
Bipartisan negotiating group-1092, 1106,

1114, 1121, 1125, 1134, 1151, 1159, 1168,
1171, 1200, 1222, 1234, 1245, 1249, 1250,

1275
Deficit—1091, 1100, 1102, 1106, 1114, 1121,

1124, 1125, 1151, 1152, 1159, 1244, 1248

1250, 1271, 1275, 1288, 1291, 1309
Fiscal year 1991–1291
Line-item veto—1102, 1126
President's views—1245

Rescissions and deferrals—1102
Building Sciences, National Institute of, 1989

report-1202
Burkina Faso, U.S. Ambassador-1156

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