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January 12, 1989 | DAVID LAUTER, Times Staff Writer
President-elect Bush, filling the final slot in his Cabinet, plans today to name as his secretary of energy retired Adm. James D. Watkins, former chief of naval operations and chairman of the highly regarded presidential commission on AIDS, sources close to Bush said Wednesday. Watkins, 61, fits one of the prime criteria that Bush has laid out for the energy post--knowledge of the nation's nuclear industry and the problems of the country's troubled nuclear weapons plants.
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January 12, 1989 | DAVID LAUTER, Times Staff Writer
President-elect Bush, filling the final slot in his Cabinet, plans today to name as his secretary of energy retired Adm. James D. Watkins, former chief of naval operations and chairman of the highly regarded presidential commission on AIDS, sources close to Bush said Wednesday. Watkins, 61, fits one of the prime criteria that Bush has laid out for the energy post--knowledge of the nation's nuclear industry and the problems of the country's troubled nuclear weapons plants.
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June 28, 1985 | Jody Jacobs
The UCLA Art Council and Bullocks Wilshire are collaborating on a "Night and Day" dinner-dance July 13 to honor David Hayes, one of First Lady Nancy Reagan's designers. During the black-tie evening, Hayes will present his first collection of evening clothes and preview his designs for fall. The whole affair takes place in the landmark Bullocks Wilshire building. Heading up the Art Council's benefit are Mrs. Gerald Aronson, Mrs. Robert S. Berger, Mrs. Paul Selwyn, Mrs.
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January 17, 1989 | PAUL HOUSTON, Times Staff Writer
As Friday's inauguration approaches, Barbara Bush has almost single-handedly packed all the boxes of belongings in the rambling Victorian mansion that serves as the vice presidential residence. She has marked each with a colored dot--red to the White House, yellow to the presidential retreat at Camp David, Md., and blue to the family home at Kennebunkport, Me.
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