immunization programs, fear of the spread (Filed with the Office of the Federal Regis

[ of diseases such as polio and smallpox is ter, 10:55 a.m., October 2, 1989) virtually a thing of the past. Nevertheless, we still face great challenges and responsibilities in the area of child health.

Nomination of William Clark, Jr., To We must continue to encourage parents Be United States Ambassador to India to have their children immunized, and we

September 29, 1989 must promote education in child nutrition, safety, and hygiene. We must also recognize

The President today announced his intenthat our fight against drug abuse is a life- tion to nominate William Clark, Jr., a career and-death struggle for the fate of a genera- member of the Senior Foreign Service, tion—in hospital nurseries and foster homes

Class of Minister-Counselor, to be Ambassaacross the country, infants who were born dor Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of addicted to drugs or infected with the AIDS the United States of America to India. He virus provide heartrending evidence of the would succeed John Randolph Hubbard. devastation wrought by chemical depend- Currently, Mr. Clark serves as Principal ency. Children who grow up in homes torn Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of apart by drug and alcohol abuse are also at East Asian and Pacific Affairs at the Departgrave risk. For their sake, for the sake of ment of State. Prior to this, he served for 4 their families, and for the sake of our Na- years as Minister and Deputy Chief of Mistion's future, we must redouble our efforts

sion for the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo, Japan; in the war on substance abuse.

and as Deputy Chief of Mission and Chargé Today, as we begin the 7th decade of this

d'Affaires for the U.S. Embassy in Cairo, national observance for children, let us re

Egypt. solve to ensure that every American child

Mr. Clark received his bachelor's degree

from San Jose College, and studied at the receives the best possible start in life—be

University of Southern California School of ginning with quality health care throughout

Law and Columbia University School of pregnancy for expectant mothers and ex

International Affairs. He was born October tending through each child's formative

12, 1930, in Oakland, CA. He served in the years.

United States Navy, 1949–1953. Mr. Clark is The Congress, by Joint Resolution ap- married, has one son, and resides in Washproved May 18, 1928, as amended (36 ington, DC. U.S.C. 143), has called for the designation of the first Monday in October as “Child Health Day” and has authorized and requested the President to issue annually a

Continuation of John C. Martin As proclamation in observance of this event.

Inspector General of the Now, Therefore, I, George Bush, Presi- Environmental Protection Agency dent of the United States of America, do

September 29, 1989 hereby proclaim Monday, October 2, 1989, as Child Health Day. I urge all Americans The President today announced that John to rededicate themselves to protecting the C. Martin will continue to serve as Inspeclives and health of our youngest and most tor General for the Environmental Protecvulnerable citizens.

tion Agency. In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set

Since 1983, Mr. Martin has served as Inmy hand this twenty-ninth day of Septem

spector General at the Environmental Prober, in the year of our Lord nineteen hun

tection Agency in Washington, DC. Prior to dred and eighty-nine, and of the Independ

this he was Assistant Inspector General at ence of the United States of America the

the Department of Housing and Urban Detwo hundred and fourteenth.

velopment, 1981-1983. From 1971 to 1981,

he served in several capacities at the FederGeorge Bush al Bureau of Investigation.

Mr. Martin graduated from King's Col

Nomination of Dennis M. Devaney To lege (B.A., 1967) and the University of Be a Member of the National Labor Maryland (M.A., 1970). He was born March Relations Board 4, 1945, in Wilkes Barre, PA. He is married, September 29, 1989 has six children, and resides in Dumfries, VA.

The President today nominated Dennis M. Devaney to be a Member of the National Labor Relations Board for the term of 5 years expiring December 16, 1994. This is a

reappointment. Nomination of John C. Gartland To Be Since November 1988, Mr. Devaney has a Member of the National Commission

served as a board member of the National for Employment Policy

Labor Relations Board by recess appointSeptember 29, 1989

ment. Prior to this, he was General Counsel

at the Federal Labor Relations Authority, The President today appointed John 1988; a board member of the United States Charles Gartland to be a member of the Merit Systems Protection Board, 1982–1988; National Commission for Employment and with the law firms of Tighe, Curhan Policy for a term expiring September 30, and Piliero, 1981-1982; and Randall, Ban1992. This is a reappointment. Mr. Gartland gert and Thelen, 1979–1981. will continue serving as Chairman of the Mr. Devaney graduated from the UniverCommission.

sity of Maryland (B.A., 1968; M.A., 1970)

and Georgetown University Law Center Since 1979, Mr. Gartland has served as

(J.D., 1975). He served in the United States Director of Washington Affairs for Amway

Navy, 1970–1972. Mr. Devaney was born Corporation in Washington, DC. Prior to

February 25, 1946, in Cheverly, MD. He is this, he served as chairman of the Founda

married, has two children, and currently retion for the Study of Presidential and Con- sides in Columbia, MD. gressional Terms, since renamed the Jefferson Foundation, 1977-1979; Congressional Administrative Assistant at the Department of the Treasury, 1977; Executive Assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury at the De- Digest of Other partment of the Treasury, 1974–1976; and White House Announcements Deputy to the Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Administration, 1973–1974. In

The following list includes the President's addition, he has served as a Staff Assistant

public schedule and other items of general to the President on the Domestic Council interest announced by the Office of the and in the Presidential Advance Office, Press Secretary and not included elsewhere 1971-1973; Special Assistant to the Deputy in this issue. Postmaster General at the Post Office Department, 1970–1971; and Special Assistant to the Assistant Postmaster General for Fi

September 25 nance and Administration at the Post Office

In the afternoon, the President participatDepartment.

ed in a bilateral meeting with United Na

tions General-Secretary Javier Perez de Mr. Gartland graduated from Villanova

Cuellar de la Guerra. Following the meetUniversity (B.S., 1963) and he received his ing, the President traveled to the Waldorf masters from George Washington Universi- Astoria Hotel, where he hosted a luncheon ty. He was born February 3, 1940, in Cleve- in the Conrad Room for North Atlantic land, OH. Mr. Gartland served in the Treaty Organization allies. United States Navy for 442 years. He is mar- Following the luncheon, President Bush ried, has six children, and resides in Potomac, participated in bilateral meetings with: MD.

President José Sarney Costa of Brazil, Vice

Prime Minister and Finance Minister -Greg LeMond, winner of the Tour de
Shimon Peres of Israel, President Vinicio France;
Cerezo Arévalo of Guatemala, President -Brent Royer, Boys Club of America Na-
Jaime Paz Zamora of Bolivia, and President tional Youth of the Year.
Carlos Andres Perez of Venezuela. Later In the afternoon, the President and Mrs.
President Bush met with Foreign Minister Bush left the White House to attend
Moshe Arens of Israel.

the education summit in Charlottesville, In the evening, the President and Mrs. VA. Bush hosted a diplomatic reception and The President designated the following dinner at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. individuals to serve as members of the Following the dinner, the President and Board of Directors of the Overseas Private Mrs. Bush returned to the White House. Investment Corporation: The President declared a major disaster

Charles H. Dallara, an Assistant Secretary of the exists in the State of North Carolina and

Treasury. ordered Federal aid to supplement State

Michael Philip Skarzynski, an Assistant Secreand local recovery efforts in the area struck

tary of Commerce. by Hurricane Hugo on September 22, 1989. The President's action affects individuals and local governments in the counties of Gaston, Lincoln, Mecklenburg, and Union. September 28

Throughout the day, the President and September 26

Mrs. Bush participated in working group The President met at the White House sessions with Governors and Cabinet memwith:

bers at the education summit. - John H. Sununu, Chief of Staff to the

The President announced his intention to President; Brent Scowcroft, Assistant to appoint the following-named persons to be the President for National Security Af

members of the President's Commission on fairs; and members of the CIA briefing

Aviation Security and Terrorism (new posistaff;

tions): -West German Finance Minister Ger- Member and Chairman:

hard Stoltenberg and CSU Party chairman Dr. Theo Waigel;

Ann Dore McLaughlin, of the District of Colum-nuclear arms control negotiators;

bia, is currently a visiting fellow at the Urban

Institute in Washington, DC, and is the former -the congressional leadership;

Secretary of Labor. -the Business Roundtable Education

Task Force.
In the late afternoon, the President and

Edward Hidalgo, of Virgiria, is currently an atMrs. Bush hosted a reception in the Resi

torney in private practice. dence for the Finance Ministers of the

Gen. Thomas C. Richards, of Texas, is currently Group of Seven industrialized nations and

the Deputy Commander in Chief, U.S. Europe

an Command, Stuttgart-Vaigingen, West Gercommercial bankers.

many. In the evening, the President and Mrs.

Senator Alfonse M. D'Amato, of New York. Bush attended the American Film Institute

Senator Frank R. Lautenberg, of New Jersey. 25th anniversary dinner held at the Nation

Representative John Paul Hammerschmidt, of al Building Museum.


Representative James L. Oberstar, of Minnesota. September 27

The President met at the White House with: - John H. Sununu, Chief of Staff to the September 29 President; Brent Scowcroft, Assistant to The President met at the White House the President for National Security Af- with: fairs; and members of the CIA briefing —the Vice President, for lunch; staff;

-Crown Prince Felipe of Spain;

Submitted September 26Continued

Edwin G. Foulke, Jr., of South Carolina, to be a Member of the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission for the term expiring April 27, 1995, vice Elliot Ross Buckley, term expired. Submitted September 27

Bruce L. Gardner, of Maryland, to be an Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, vice Ewen M. Wilson, resigned.

- John H. Sununu, Chief of Staff to the

President. In the afternoon, the President signed the Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act, 1990, in an Oval Office ceremony.

The President also signed the National Quality Month proclamation in an Oval Office ceremony.

The President appointed the following individuals to be members of the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations for a term of 2 years: Debra Rae Anderson, Deputy Assistant to the

President and Director of the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs at the White House. She

would succeed Karen Spencer. Arthur J. Holland, Mayor of Trenton, NJ. He

would succeed Henry W. Maier. Mary Ellen Joyce, of Virginia. She serves as a

State government relations representative. She

would succeed James S. Dwight, Jr. Samuel Knor Skinner, Secretary of Transporta

tion. He would succeed Ann Dore McLaughlin.

In the afternoon, the President and Mrs. Bush left the White House for a weekend stay at Camp David, MD.

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Released September 27
Advance text:

Acts Approved
Remarks at the annual meeting of the Boards by the President
of Governors of the International Monetary
Fund and World Bank Group

Approved September 23
Advance text:
Remarks at the opening session of the edu-

H.R. 2136 | Public Law 101-97 cation summit at the University of Virginia

District of Columbia Civil Contempt Imin Charlottesville, VA

prisonment Limitation Act of 1989

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