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January 15, 1989 | CATHLEEN DECKER, Times Staff Writer
Still boasting about the 13-pound bonefish that didn't get away--until he set it free--President-elect Bush spent the final Saturday before his presidency casting off the Florida Keys as advisers fleshed out his Administration. Mindful of the skepticism given most big fish stories, Bush jocularly presented witnesses to his Friday night catch as he departed for a full fishing day, waving at onlookers and shouting greetings to a British tourist on a nearby dock.
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January 15, 1989 | CATHLEEN DECKER, Times Staff Writer
Still boasting about the 13-pound bonefish that didn't get away--until he set it free--President-elect Bush spent the final Saturday before his presidency casting off the Florida Keys as advisers fleshed out his Administration. Mindful of the skepticism given most big fish stories, Bush jocularly presented witnesses to his Friday night catch as he departed for a full fishing day, waving at onlookers and shouting greetings to a British tourist on a nearby dock.
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April 29, 1989 | JAMES GERSTENZANG, Times Staff Writer
President Bush and Vice President Dan Quayle reached an agreement at a private meeting earlier this month on conditions under which the vice president would become acting President if Bush became incapacitated, White House Press Secretary Marlin Fitzwater said Friday. Fitzwater said Bush was in "excellent health," and "there is no expectation of having to use these procedures." But he said the issue of succession was raised "to make sure all those involved in this process are aware of the procedures, and that everyone was aware of the consultations that would have to be made."
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March 21, 1985 | Associated Press
Vice President George Bush, moving closer to running for President in 1988, announced a major staff shake-up today, and sources said plans were under way to form a political action committee on his behalf within two months. Frederick N. Khedouri, an associate director of the Office of Management and Budget and a specialist in key policy areas such as energy, environment, agriculture and space, was appointed Bush's deputy chief of staff. Marlin M.
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May 23, 1985 | VICTOR VALLE, Times Staff Writer
Barbara Bush, wife of Vice President George Bush, visited here recently to honor what many people say is the most successful literacy program in the state. A long-time literacy advocate, Bush lauded Pasadena Reads, an experimental literacy program launched early last year with federal and state funds that aimed to be volunteer-run and community-funded within three years.
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