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January 26, 1989 | From Associated Press
President Bush on Wednesday picked former Louisiana GOP congressman W. Henson Moore for the No. 2 job at the Energy Department and selected attorney William M. Diefenderfer III to be second in command at the Office of Management and Budget. For the No. 2 spot at the Pentagon, Bush chose automotive executive Donald J. Atwood.
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March 25, 1991 | By The Times' Washington staff
The Gulf War postponed the traditional biennial job shuffle that punctuates the midpoints of presidential terms. Now that the crisis is over, some changes could be on the horizon. TRYING AGAIN: Robert M. Gates, President Bush's deputy national security adviser, has made no effort to hide his ambition to make a second bid for the top CIA post once William H. Webster, the director since 1987, steps down.
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March 25, 1991 | By The Times' Washington staff
The Gulf War postponed the traditional biennial job shuffle that punctuates the midpoints of presidential terms. Now that the crisis is over, some changes could be on the horizon. TRYING AGAIN: Robert M. Gates, President Bush's deputy national security adviser, has made no effort to hide his ambition to make a second bid for the top CIA post once William H. Webster, the director since 1987, steps down.
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January 26, 1989 | From Associated Press
President Bush on Wednesday picked former Louisiana GOP congressman W. Henson Moore for the No. 2 job at the Energy Department and selected attorney William M. Diefenderfer III to be second in command at the Office of Management and Budget. For the No. 2 spot at the Pentagon, Bush chose automotive executive Donald J. Atwood.
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March 27, 1986
President Reagan begins an 11-day Easter vacation today with a two-hour stopover in New Orleans to campaign for Senate candidate W. Henson Moore. White House spokesman Larry Speakes said the President will speak on the current crises in Central America and Libya before departing for his ranch near Santa Barbara.
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June 16, 1987 | Associated Press
President Reagan plans to name former Republican Reps. Joel Pritchard of Washington and W. Henson Moore of Louisiana to the consultative committee established by the Panama Canal Treaty of 1977, the White House announced Monday.
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March 16, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The Department of Energy formally accepted the design of the superconducting super collider, clearing the way for Texas to buy 1,700 acres of land outside Dallas as the site of the atom smasher. Deputy Energy Secretary W.
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September 6, 1986 | Associated Press
President Reagan will travel to Louisiana and Alabama on Sept. 18 to raise campaign funds for Republican candidates for the Senate, a spokesman said Friday. Reagan will go to New Orleans for a reception and luncheon for Rep. W. Henson Moore, who is seeking the Senate seat being vacated by Democrat Russell B. Long. From there, he will travel to Montgomery, Ala., to attend a reception and address a reelection campaign rally for Sen. Jeremiah Denton. After the rally, he will return to Washington.
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November 21, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The superconducting super collider will meet original specifications within its $5.9-billion budget, Deputy Energy Secretary W. Henson Moore told members of Congress. He said there is no plan to move the project from Waxahachie, Tex. A Washington Post article had quoted unnamed U.S. officials and private scientists as saying that design modifications could reopen the location issue.
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November 5, 1986
Results of key national races in Tuesday's elections: --Democratic Gov. Bob Graham unseated first-term Republican Sen. Paula Hawkins in Florida. --Republican Guy Hunt defeated Democratic Lt. Gov. Bill Baxley to become Alabama's first GOP governor in 112 years. --Rep. John B. Breaux kept the Louisiana Senate seat of retiring Russell B. Long in Democratic hands with a victory over GOP Rep. W. Henson Moore. --Republican Gov. James R.
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