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THE WHITE HO\JSE LOCA:rlON , CAMP DAVID, MARYI.l\ND 2 : 12 2:18 . 2:21 . 2:45 2:48 3:24 5:13 5: l6 6: 43 6:43 8:33 ' 7:35 ' 8:27 THE DAILY DIARY OF PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN p p R OATE JULY L 1984 TI ME OAY 10 : 03 a.m. SUNDAY 'Ihe President talked with William L. Eagleton, Jr., Chief of U.S. Interests in Baghdad, Iraqu, Departrrent of State. 'Ihe President talked with his Assistant for Naticnal Security Affairs, Robert C. McFarlane. '!he President and the First Lady flew by Marine helioopter from camp David to the Pentagon landing zone, Arlington, Virginia . For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A." '!he President and the First Lady went to their rrotorcade. 'Ihe President and the First Lady l!Otored from the Pentagon Landing zone to the South Gromds of the White House. 'Ihe President and the First Lady went to the sea:::nd floor Residence. 'Ihe President talked with Antanas Butkus, President of the National Executive a:xTrni.ttee of the Lithuanian- Arrerican Camrunity of the U. S ., Inc . and President of the 7th Free \-k>rld Lithuanian Folk Dance Festival . 'Ihe call was broadcast over p\i:>lic address system to the folk dance festival . 'Ihe President telephoned Stuart K. Spencer, Consultant for the Reagan-Bum ' 84 Comnittee and Presicent of Spencer itl>erts Consulting Cbrtpany, Los Angeles, califomia. 'Ihe call was not aimpleted. 'Ihe President talked with Mr. Spencer . 'Ihe President and the First Lady went to the East Garden. 'Ihe President and the First Lady hosted a barbeque for Chiefs of Diplanatic Missions and their spouses . Fbr a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "B." Menbers of the press, in/out '!he President and the First Lady participated in a receiving line . 'Ihe Presidential party went to the State Dining !born for a buffet dinner. 'Ihe President and the First Lady went to the Red Focrn. Page_l_o1_2_Pages

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Page 1: camp - Ronald Reagan

THE WHITE HO\JSE

LOCA:rlON

, CAMP DAVID, MARYI.l\ND

2 :12 2:18

. 2:21

. 2:45 2:48

3:24

5:13 5: l6

6 : 43

6:43 8:33

' 7 : 35

' 8:27

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OATE

JULY L 1984 TIME OAY

10 :03 a.m. SUNDAY

'Ihe President talked with William L. Eagleton, Jr., Chief of U.S. Interests in Baghdad, Iraqu, Departrrent of State.

'Ihe President talked with his Assistant for Naticnal Security Affairs, Robert C. McFarlane.

'!he President and the First Lady flew by Marine helioopter from camp David to the Pentagon landing zone, Arlington, Virginia. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A."

'!he President and the First Lady went to their rrotorcade.

'Ihe President and the First Lady l!Otored from the Pentagon Landing zone to the South Gromds of the White House.

'Ihe President and the First Lady went to the sea:::nd floor Residence.

'Ihe President talked with Antanas Butkus, President of the National Executive a:xTrni.ttee of the Lithuanian- Arrerican Camrunity of the U. S ., Inc. and President of the 7th Free \-k>rld Lithuanian Folk Dance Festival. 'Ihe call was broadcast over p\i:>lic address system to the folk dance festival .

'Ihe President telephoned Stuart K. Spencer, Consultant for the Reagan-Bum ' 84 Comnittee and Presicent of Spencer itl>erts Consulting Cbrtpany, Los Angeles, califomia. 'Ihe call was not aimpleted.

'Ihe President talked with Mr. Spencer.

'Ihe President and the First Lady went to the East Garden.

'Ihe President and the First Lady hosted a barbeque for Chiefs of Diplanatic Missions and their spouses . Fbr a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "B."

Menbers of the press, in/out

'!he President and the First Lady participated in a receiving line.

'Ihe Presidential party went to the State Dining !born for a buffet dinner.

'Ihe President and the First Lady went to the Red Focrn.

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THE WHITE HOOSE THE DAILY DIARY OF PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN

lOCATION

'lliE WHI'IB HOOSE W1\SKINGIOO I 0. c.

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JULY 1 1984 TIME DAY

8:27 p.m. Sl.l'nll\Y

'!he President and the First Lady participated in a photo ewortmity with irentiers of the barl:leque groq:>.

'lhe President and the First Lady retumed to the seCXll'ld floor Jesidence.

'lhe President retired.

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THE WHITE HOUSE

LOCATION

'lliE WHITE HOUSE WASHING'ltN, D. C.

7:45

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7: 45 a .m. M::NDAY

'Ihe Presiamt and the First Lady had breakfast.

'!he Presiamt went to the lbse Garren.

'Ihe President participated in a ];hoto opportmi ty with rrenben of the Anny Her ald ~ters on the 25th anniversary of the group ' s fonnation. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "A."

'Ihe Presiamt went to the Oval Offire .

'Ihe President net with: Janes A. Baker III, Chief of Staff Ed-li.n Meese III, Counsell or Michael K. Deaver, Deputy Chief of Staff

'!he President rret for a national security briefing with : George P. Shultz, Secretary of State Rd:lert C. McFarlane, Assistant for National Security

Affairs Jdm M. Poincexter, Deputy Assistant for National

Security Affairs Daniel J . Mur];hy, Chief of Staff for the Vire

Presiamt Mr. Baker Mr. ~se Mr. Deaver

'!he Presiamt rret with p l ayers in the Crad<er Jad< "Old Tirrers" baseball garre. For a list of attendees , see APPENDIX "B. "

'lhe Presidential party went to the Rose Garden .

'Ihe Presiamt participated in a q1Estion and answer session with rrenbers of the press.

~rs of the press

'!he Presiamt was presented with a signed baseball of all the Crad<er Jad< Old Tiner Baseball Classic players by Hamon C. Killebrew, forner baseball player for the Washingtm Senators.

'!he President retumed to the Oval Offire.

'!he President went to the Cabinet Room.

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THE WHIT£ HOUSE T HE DAILY DIARY OF PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN LOCATION

nIB WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTOO, D. C.

PHONE

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DATE JULY 2 , 1984

TIME DAV

12 :05 p.m. ~mDAY

'lhe President participated in a ·Issues Briefing luncheon. For a list of atten<Ees, see APPENDIX "C. "

'lhe President returned to the Oval Office.

'lhe President net for a briefing on his upa:iming interview with 'lexas television staticns with:

Mr. Baker Mr. Deaver Craig L . Fuller, Assistant for Cabinet Affairs Michael A. McManus , Jr. ; Assistant and Deputy to the

Deputy Olief of Staff Merrie Spaeth, Special Assistant ani;J. Director of

Media !Elaticns

'lhe President went to the Dipl cmati-c !Eoeption R-::x:>m.

'lhe President participated in a telephone interivew with : Chris Marrou, anchor fo:r:...KlllS-'IV, San Antonio,

'lexas David Scott, evening news ·am::hor for RM:;IL-'IV , ·San

An tr::nio , Texas Deborah Daniels, co-anchor of both evening newscasts

for KSAT-'IV, San Anfu"lio, 'lexas

'lhe President returned to the Oval Office.

'lhe President talked with Kay D. Leisz, Confidential Assistant to Secreta.Iy of Defense caspar W. Weinberger.

'lhe President retumed to the second floor !Esieenoe.

'1he President talked with Mr. Poindexter.

'lhe P:resident talked with Jdm D. "Jade" Wrather, Jr., oil producer, notion picture producer and fiancier, IDs Angeles, California.

'1he President telephoned Walter H. Annenberg , fo:aner Anbassad:>r of the U. S. to the United Kingd:xn of Great Britain and Northem Ireland (UK). '!he call was not a::tTq?leted.

'lhe President and the First Lady had dinner.

'lhe President talked with Mr. Annenberg.

'lhe President retired.

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'lHE WHITE HOUSE WASHING'JXN, D. C.

7 : 47

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7 : 47 a.m. 'IUESDAY

'lhe Presi dent and ttle First Lady had breakfast.

'llle President went to the Oval Office.

'llle Presi dent rret with: James A. Baker III, Chief of Staff Edwin Meese III, Counsell or Midlael K. Deaver, Deputy Chief of Staff

'lhe President rret for a national security briefing wi ttl : R::lbert c. McFarlane, Assistant for Natirnal Security

Affairs Jdm M. Poindexter, Deputy Assistant for National

Security Affairs Mr. Baker Mr. Meese Mr. Deaver

'lhe President talked wittl his Assistant for Management and Administratioo and Di.rector of the Office of Administra­tion, Jdm F .W. Rogers .

'lhe President rret wi th: William P. Clarl<, Secretary of the Interior Larry M. Speakes, Deputy Principal Press Secretary Craig L . Fuller, Assistant for cabinet Affairs

'lhe President went to the Rose Garcim.

'lhe President participated in a cererrony in honor of the 50th Anniversary o f the Duck Stamp, one of the comtry ' s olrest and most successful wildlife conservatioo program. For a list of attenrees , see APPENDIX "A."

Merrbers of ttle press

'lhe President returned to the Oval Office.

'llle President went to the Roosevelt Room.

'llle President hosted a woxking l\ndleoo with enviroomental and a:nservation 1earers. For a list of attenrees, see APPENDIX "B. "

'lhe President returned to the Oval Office.

'lhe President returned to the seo:nd floor !Esidenoe.

'lhe Presirent tel ephoned William F . Buckley, Jr., Editor in <ll.i ef, Natiooal !Eview, New Yoxk , New Yo:rk . 'llle call . ·-- nnt: l"1

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LOCATION

THE WHI'IE HOUSE WASHINGTON, D.C.

2 : 36 2 :37

2:43 2 :45

3 : 41 3 :46

7:30

8:01

8 :16 8 :17

10 :10

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2 : 36 p. m. 'IUFSDAY

'lhe President talked with Mr. Buc:Xley.

'lhe President talked with his Perscnal Secretary, Kathleen Osbome .

'lhe Presi<Ent talked with Mr. Baker.

'lhe President and the First Lady had dinner.

'lhe President te lephoned David Jcnes , Beverly Hills , Califomia. 'lhe call was not cx::npleted.

'lhe President talked with Mr. Jones .

'lhe President :retired.

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TI<E WHITE HOUSE

LOCATION

'll!E WHITE OOUSE WJ\SHlNGTCN, D. C .

7 :50

9 :07 9 :09

9:27

9 :30 9 :37

9 : 45 11 :26

9 :58 10 :00

11:26

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11:35 11: 40

11:45

11:45 12 :46

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JULY 4. 1984 TIME DAY

7 : 50 a. m. WECNES!l!>.Y

'lhe President and the First Lady h ad breakfast.

'lhe President talked with his Special Assistant , David C. Fischer.

'lhe President went to the South Gromds.

'lhe President flew by Marine helia::ipter fran the South Gromd to Andrews AFB, Marylcnd. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A. "

'lhe President flew by Air Force Che fran Andrews AFB to the Daytx:na Beach llegicnal Airport, Daytx:na Beach, Florida. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "B. "

'lhe President talked with William H. C. France , Sr., founder of the National Associaticn for Stock car Racing (NASCAR). 'lhe President's call started the Pepsi Firecracker 400 Stock car Race and was broad:::ast over p\blic address system to approximately 60 ,000 .

M2nbers of the press , in/out

Air Force ere arrived at Daytona Beach llegicnal Airport.

'lhe President &planed and was greeted by: Representative Bill Olai::pell, Jr. (D-Florida) L<wrence J . Kelly, Mayor (D-Daytona Beach, Florida) Toni Jennings, Florida State Senator (R) Betty Easley, Florida State llepresentati ve (R) Bob Martinez, Mayor (R-'lanpa, Florida) Jake Q:xl)old, Mayor CR- Jacksonville, Florida)

'lhe President went to his rrotorcade.

'lhe President rrotored from the Daytx:na Beach Regional Airport to the Daytona Intemational Spee<l-lay. He was aexx>rrpa­nied by:

Mr. France , Sr. Jarres A. Baker III, Chief of Staff

'lhe President, acxxmpanied by Mr. France, Sr., went to the VIP Box in the grandstands. For a list of ~sts seated with the President, see APPENDIX "C."

'lhe President attenced the end of the Pepsi Firecracker 400 Stock Car Race.

~ni:lers of the press

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LOCATION

mY'IONA ~TIONAL SPEEI::WAY mY'IONA BEACli, FU:>RIDI\.

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JULY 4 l<l84 TIME DAY

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'Ihe President participated in a radio broadcast with Ned Jerrett, broadcaster for the Motor Racing Networl<, during the race.

'Ihe Presirent greeted winner o f the Pepsi Firecracker 400 rare car driver Richard Petty.

'Ihe President presented Mr. Pet ty with the winning tl:qX'ly .

'Ihe President and Mr. Petty participated in a taped interview with ABC Sports.

'Ihe Presidmt retumed to his rrotorca<E .

'Ihe President rrotored from the Daytona Inte:r:national Speed.-lay to the Indigo Lakes Iesort Hotel. He was acoorrpanied by :

Mr. Franre , Sr. Mr. Baker

'Ihe Presidmt went to his suite .

'Ihe President had lunch .

'Ihe Presidmt telefiloned Ayres Davies , a residmt of Daytona Beach , Florida and who as a young boy was taught hc:M to swim by the Presi<Ent in Dixon, Illinois. 'Ihe call was not completed.

'Ihe President talked with Mr. Davies.

'Ihe President retw:red to his rrotorca<E.

'Ihe President m:>tored from the Indigo Lakes Resort Hote l to the Daytona Intemational Speed.-lay track. He was accorrpa­nied by :

William H.C. Franre, Jr., Director of Operaticns, Daytona Inte:r:national Spe;!dfJay Corporation

Mr. Baker

'Ihe Presi<Ent, accanpanied by Mr. France, Jr., went to the holding roc:rn in the Pit Row Of fire Building.

'Ihe President atten<Ed the Pepsi Firecracker 400 Race Picnic for the rare car drivers , ONners and their families .

1'Enbers of the press

'Ihe Presi<Ent and Mr. France , Jr. went to the offstage announcement area.

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LOCATION

Ql\Y'J.'OOA INTEmATIOOAL SPEEtWAY Ol\Y'l'CNA BEACll, FI.ORIOi\

DATE

JULY 4. 1984 TIME DAY

3:55 p.m. WECNESDl\Y

4:00

?

4 :10

4 :15

4:25

4:26

4:26

4: 35

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'lhe President was greeted by: Mr. Fr ance, Sr. Mr. Petcy

'lhe President and Mr. Petcy went to the stage.

'lhe President was introduced by Mr. Fl:ance, Jr.

'lhe President addressed awroximately 2 ,000 guas ts, incl u:iing auto racing drivers , CMners, crew menbers and their families.

'lhe President was presented with a hat and framed racing enblem by :

Mr. Petcy BdJby Allison , stod< car racer

'lhe President and Mr. Petcy went to the race car display area.

'lhe President and Mr. Petcy vie\..'ed the race cars.

'lhe President went to the pimic line area and 11.mdled briefly with drivers , inclu:iing Mr. Petcy and Mr. Allison.

'lhe President returned to the holding room.

'!he President retumed to his motorcade.

'lhe President motored from the Daytala International Speeway to the Indigo Lakes Iesort Hotel. He was aco::inpanied by :

Mr. France , Jr. Mr. Baker

'lhe President retl.ll:n!d to his suite.

'lhe President retuxned to his motorcade.

'lhe President motored from the Indigo Lakes Iesort Hotel to the Daytala Beam legi.O'lal Airport. He was acoonpanied by :

Mr. Fl:ance , Jr. Mr. Baker

'lhe President flew by Ai r Force One from Daytona Beadl Iegi.onal Airport to H1.11tsville- Madison Comcy Airport, Hmtsville, Alabama. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "D."

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LOCATION

HtN'ISVILI.E- MADISCN <XltN'IY AIRPORT Hl.N'ISVILLE, ALABAMA

DATE

JULY 4 1984 TIME DAY

6: 10

6: 15 6 : 32

6 : 32

6:32? 6:35?

6 : 35

6 :45 7:24

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'lhe President deplaned and was greeted by: Fepresentative Jack EdNards (R-Alabama) William D. Harris, Alabama State Fepublican Chaimian Jean Sullivan, Alabama Iep.1.blican National Cbnmi.ttee-

woman Perxy Hooi;er, Alabama Iepd:>lican National camti. ttee­

man Sroxy Folmar, Finance Chairman, Feagan-Bush '84

Corrrrri. ttee , M::ln tg:>rrexy , Alabama Fayrrond Baker, Northern Alabana Finance Chairman,

Feagan-Bush ' 84 Conmi. ttee

'lhe President flew by Marine helia:>pter from Hmtsville­Madison Comty Airp:>rt t.o Point Mallard Parl< landing zone , r:ecatur, Alabama. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A. "

'lhe President went to his notorcade.

'lhe P:resident notored from the landing z.one t.o the back stage holding a:rea. He was acx:onpanied by Mr. Baker.

'lhe President was greeted by: Bill J . Dukes, Miyor (R-J::ecatur , Alabama) Julian Walker, Oi:rector, Parl<s and Fec:reation, City

of r:ecatur , Alabama Buford Burgess, Vice President, Spirit of .Arrerica

Advisoxy Board James Hooper, Meni:ler, Spirit of Arrerci.a Advisoxy

Board

'lhe President attended the 18th Annual "Spirit of Arrerica" Festival , one of the largest 4th of J uly celebratioos in the Southeast.

1-Errbers of the press

'lhe President went to his seat on the platform. He was acx:ompanied by:

Senator Jeremiah ~ton; (R-1\labama) Iepresentative EdNards !Epresentative)~nnie G. FliPEXJ (I>-Alabama) Glenn Bracken, news director for WHNT- 'IV and

Master of Cerenonies Jol\nn Sharrott, President, Spirit of Arrerica Board

of Directors Fear Mm. D::rlald B. Whitmire, U.S. Navy; Audie Muzphy

Award !Ecipient Col. Charles Scott, retired Anr¥ Officer

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LOCATION

POINT MALLARD PARK IECATUR, Af.J\BAMA

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'Ihe President was introduced by Mr. Bracken.

'Ihe President addressed approximately 25 ,000 resid:nts of t:ecatur and surroi.nding areas attending the celebration.

'lhe President returned to the back sta~ holding area.

'Ihe President returned a hat tha t 12 year o l d Cl'lris Haines had throim to him onsta~ •

M;mbers of the press , in/out

'Ihe President retumed to his motorcade.

'Ihe President motored from the sta~ area to the landing zone . He was acx::onpanied by Mr. Baker.

'Ihe President flew by Marine helicopter from Point Mallard Palk to the Huntsville Hilton Hotel landing zooe. For a list of passen~rs , see APPENDIX "A. "

'lhe President went to his motorcaae.

'Ihe Presi dent motored from the landing z.one to the hotel entranoe, LcMe Street. He was aoconpanied by Mr. Baker.

'Ihe President was greeted by General Mana~r of the Hi.ntsvi l le Hilta'I, Peter Ceruzzi .

'lhe President Yient to his suite.

'Ihe President talked with the First Lady in San Francisco, California.

'Ihe President was an overnight gu:ist at the Hi.ntsville Hilton Hotel.

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HtN'ISVILLE HIL'ION HO'lEL lflNI'SVILLE, ALABAMA

JULY 5, 1984 TIME DAY

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'lhe President was an ovemi<j:lt g1Est at the Hmtsvi.lle Hilton Hotel, Hmtsvi.lle, Alabama.

'lhe Presirent had breakfast.

'lhe Presi&mt went tothe Big Spring SalON and Mente Sano Banqu;i t R::x:lin.

'lhe Presirent attenred a Fea:lption for Alabama Feagan-Bush ' 84 Corrrni ttee Sl.{JPOrters and volmteers .

Mercbers of the press

'lhe President addressed approximately 100 supporters and volm teers .

'lhe President participated in a [iloto opportunity with reoeptiCl'l glES ts.

'lhe Presirent went to his motorcade.

'lhe Presirent motored from the hotel entranoe to the landing zcne. He was acoorrpanied by his Olief of Staff, JC1Ties A. Baker III .

'lhe President flew by Marine helicopter fran the Hmtsvi.lle Hilt:oo Hotel to the Hmtsville-Madison Comty Airport. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A. "

The Presi<Ent flew by Air Foroe One fran Hmtsvi.lle-Madison Comty Airport to Selfridge Air National Guard Base, Momt Clemens, Michigan . For a list of passengers , see APPENDIX "B. "

(Actual flying time : l hour, 31 minutes) .

'lhe Presirent <Eplaned and was greeted by : Col. O::mald Miller, Comrand=r, U. S. Air Foroe Base lbger B. Smith, Olairrnan of the Board and Orief

~cuti ve Offioer, Qmeral Motors Corporation , i:etroi t, Michigan

Jdm M. Engler, Mi.dligan State Senator (R) J . Midlael Busdl, Michigan State Fepresentative (R) James R. Randlett, Mayor (I-Warren, Michigan) Bill Lucas, Comty Executive CD-Wayne City, Mi.dligan)

'lhe Presi<Ent flew by Marine helicopter from Selfridge Air National Guard Base to the General Motors Tedlni.cal Center landing zone, Warren, Michigan. For a list passengers, see APPFNDIX "A. "

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GNERl\L M:YIORS '1ECllNICAL CEN'reR WARREN, MIOUGl\N

JULY 5 , 19 84 TIME DAY

12:44 p . m. "mURSDl\Y PHONE

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'lhe President went to his rrotorcade.

'lhe President rrotored from the Landing zone to the Genera l Motors 'lechnical Center building. He was acoorrpani.ed by :

Mr. Smith Mr. Ba<er

'lhe Presirent went to the holding room.

'lhe President rret with Walter Lan~, father of airnan Marl< Lan~ from Fraser, Michigan, ..no was killed during the rerenber 4, 1983 boobing raid against Syrian anti-aircraft positions in I.ebanoo, in ..nidl aixrnan Robert O. Q:lodnan was captured and later released by the Syrian governrrent.

'lhe President went to resign Studio 4.

'lhe President participated in a µioto oWQrtl.l\i.ty with executives of the General M::>tors CorporatiCll.

'Ihe President went to resign Studio 1.

'lhe President was gzeeted by Mana~r of the Satum Project, ieid Rtnooll.

'Ihe President participated in a tour of the Qmeral M::>tors 'Iec:hnical Center. fie was acoorrpani.ed by:

Mr. Smith Mr. Rtnrell

'lhe President went to resign Studio 2. He was aC<Xlllpal1ied by:

Mr. Smith Mr. Rtndell

'lhe Presidential party vi~d proprietaxy designs.

'lhe President went to tesign Studio 3.

'lhe President attended a briefing cri the Satum Project by Gmeral M::>tors e11ecutives. For a list of attenaies, see APPENDIX "C."

'lhe President mare brief :reroaxXs to Gmeral .t-Dtors executives follo.iing his briefing on the Satum Project.

'lhe President returned to the holding room.

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JULY 5 . 1984 TIME DAY

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'Ihe President \'.\ent to the oourtyard outside the center.

'Ihe President test drove a pro-type of the experimental autorrobile on the gromds of the center. He was aca:mpanied by Mr. Smi. th.

Merrbers of the p:ress

'Ihe President :returned to his motorcade.

'Ihe P:resident moto:red from the center to the landing zone. He was acoompanied by Mr. Baker.

'Ihe P:resident flew by Marine helia::pter from the General M::ltors Technical center to the Q:neral M::ltors Assenbly Plant landing z.one, Lake Orion, Michigan. For a list of passen<}:!rs , see APPENDIX "A."

'Ihe Presi dent went to his motorcade.

'Ihe President moto:red from the landing z.one to the Orion Pl ant Administration a:rea.

'Ihe President was greeted by : Wallace E. Holland, Mayor CR- Pontiac, Michigan) Dan MIJrEhy, Comty EJa;cutive (R--Oakland City,

Michigan) F . Jarres McD:>nald, President of General M::ltors Leslie B. Richards , G:neral M::ltors Plant M:lnager

'Ihe President went to the holding room.

'!he President participated in a i;hoto oport:mi. ty with merrbers of the executive o::mnittee of General M::ltors, Orion Plant worl<ers, and u.111• representatives. Ft>r a list of atten­rees , see APPENDIX "D."

'!he Presidential party \'.\ent to the Confe:rence Foom.

'!he Presidential party rret to discuss the auto industry .

'Ihe P:resident :returned to the holding :room.

'Ihe President met with Mr. and Mrs . Jdm Taylor, residents of Orion '11::Mnship, whose yomg son was saved by open heart sur<}:!:z:y that resulted from White House intervention i n getting Medicaid funds in response to a letter to the President.

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'lhe Presid=nt went to the back stage announmrrent area.

'lhe President went to the offstage anno1.11cenent area.

'lhe Presid=nt participated in a Dedication Cerell'OOy for the Qmeral M::>tors Asserrbly Plant.

Menbers of the press

'lhe President went to his seat on the dais. For a list o f platform guests, see APPENDIX "E."

'lhe President was int:rodumd by Mr. Smith.

'!he Presid=nt addressed ai:p:roxi.mately 3,000 auto worl<ers .

'lhe President was tele[Xioned by carolyn Tubbs, Lansing, Michl.gan. '!he Presid=nt ' s Special Assistant, O:lvid c. Fischer took the call.

'Ihe President m~iled the CEneral M::>tors Plaqoo.

'!he Presid=nt was presented wi tn a rrodel autotrobile by Mr. Smitn.

'!he Presid=nt, accorrpanied by Mr. Smitn, went to their notorcade.

'!he Presid=nt notored from the Plant Administration area to the landing z.one. He was acoortpanied by Mr. Baker.

'!he President flew by Marine helioopter from the Ceneral M::>tors Asserrbly Plant landing :zcne to Selfridge Air National Gu:lrd Base. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A. "

'!he Presid=nt flew by Air Force cne from Selfridge Air National Guard Base to Kelly AFB, San Antonio , Texas . For a list of passengers , see APPENDIX "F."

'lhe President deplaned and was greeted by : Gen. Andrew P . Louse, U. S. Air Form Corrrranding

Qmeral, Air Training Comnand Lt. Gen. Ecward A. Partain, U.S. Arn¥ Comnanding

Ceneral , 5tn U. S. Ar11¥ Maj . Qm. Wayrrond C. Nutt, U;S. Air ForCE Cbi!mmd,

San Antmio Air Logistics Center O.H. Harris, Texas State Senator (R) Henry Cisneros, Mayor (R-San Antonio, Texas)

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'Ihe President went to his rrotorca~.

'Ihe President rrotored from Kelly AFB to the San Antonio Marriott Ri.vetwalk Hotel. He was accont>anied by his Deputy Chief of Staff, Midlael K. Deaver.

'Ihe President went to his suite.

'Ihe President talked with the First Lady.

'Ihe President was an ovemi<jlt guest at the San Antatio Marriott Ri.vetwalk Hotel.

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'Ihe President was an owi:night g\ESt at the San Antonio Marriott Rive:rwalk Hotel, San Antonio, Texas.

'Ihe President was tele{iloned by Jarres L. Buckley, Director of Radio Free Europe , Munidl, Feceral Iepublic of Genrany (FRG) . 'lhe Presi dent ' s Speci al Assistan t , David C. Fisdler tock the call.

'lhe Presi dent had b reakfast.

'Ihe President went to his notorcace.

'!he President notored from the San Antonio Marriott Riw:rwalk Hotel to the San Antonio Cbnvention Center. He was a=npanied by hi s Olief of Staff, Jarres A. Baker III .

'!he President went to the hol ding room.

'Ihe President was greeted by Blake Tartt, Presi dent of the Texas State Bar Association and officials of the Texas State Bar Association. For a list of attencees , see APPENDIX "A. "

'!he President went to the offstage annomcerrent area.

'Ihe President attenced the Qmeral Asserrbly of the 1984 Texas State Bar Association Cbnwnticn .

M3rrbe:rs of the press

'Ihe President went to his seat on the platform.

'Ihe President was introduced by Mr. Tartt.

'Ihe President addressed approximately 2,500 lawyers attending the a:invention.

'llle President retumed to the holding room.

'Ihe Presi dent retumed to his notorcace .

'Ihe Presicent notored from the San Antonio Conventicn Center to Kel ly AFB . He was aca:xipan.ied by Mr. Baker.

'!he Presicent was greeted by: Kae Patrid< , Texas State Senator (R) John Traeger, Texas State Senator (D) George Pierce, Texas State Iepresentatiw (R)

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'lhe President flew by Air Force One from Kelly AFB to Andrews AFB, Ma:cyland. For a list of passen~rs , see APPENDIX "B."

(Actual flying tine: 2 hours , 42 minutes) .

'lhe President was greeted by the First Lady.

'lhe President aid the First Lady flew by Marine helicx:ipter ft:an J\ncb:ews AFB to canp £avid, Ma:cyland. For a list of passen~rs' see APPENDIX "C."

'1he Presiamt telE![:honed Clarence M. Pendletcn, Jr., Oiainnan of the Q:mnission on Civil Ri<jlts . 'lhe call was not oonpleted.

'lhe Presicent talked wi th Mr. Pendleton.

'lhe President talked with fomer President, Richard M. Nixcn.

'lhe Presiamt end the First Lady watched the rovie "OJ:eration Pettycoat."

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'Ihe President mace a Radio Address to the Nation en criJTe in America.

'Ihe President went horseback riding aromd the Canp David grounds.

'Ihe President and the First Lady watched the !!Ovie "Cl'lattanooga Cl'loo-Cl'loo. "

'Ihe President talked with Representative Dmcan L. Hunter CR-California) . 'Ihe call was broadcast over ptblic address system to the 13th Annual "Evening with the Stars" program of the Mexican and l'merican Fomdation of San Diego, a Hispanic oomnunicy organizaticn .

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'lhe President participated in a filming session of a docu­mentary film for the upa:xning Repwlican National Cawen­tion and ~gn ads.

'Ihe President and the First Lady flew by Marine helioopter frcrn Carrp David to the South Grounds of the \\hi te House. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A. "

'Ihe President and the First Lady went to the second floor residence.

'Jhe President and the First Lady had dinner.

'Ihe Presicent talked with his Deputy Assistant for National Security Affairs, Jchn M. Poi ndexter.

'Ihe President retired,

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'lhe President and the First Lady had breakfast.

'llle President rret with his D!!puty Olief of Staff, Michael K. D!!aver.

'llle President went to the Oval Office .

'llle President rre t with : Ed.o/in M?ese III , Oomsellor Mr. D!!aver Geo:r<;ie H. Bush, Vice Presiden t

'lhe President rret for a national security briefing with : Vice P:resident Bush Robert C. McFarlane, Assistant for Naticnal Security

Affairs Jdm M. Poindexter, D!!puty Assistant for Naticnal

Security Affairs Jarres A. Baker III , Chief of Staff Mr. M?ese

'lhe President talked with Col. R:bin LU<etina, father of SPC-4 Sean Luketina, 75th Rangers, U. S . Al:Il!f , who was seriously womded during the Grenada invasion. 'lhe purpose of tne call was to express his oondolences upc::n the death of Sean .

'llle President teleFi'lcned William A. Rltj:l, D!!puty ~ef.of Mission _in Damascus. 'lhe "call was not o:xrpleted.

'llle President rret with: Mr. M?ese Mr. D!!aver Mr. McFarlane Richard G. r:annan , Assistant and ~puty to the Chief

of Staff Michael A. McManus, Jr., Assistant and ~puty to the

~puty Chief of Staff Larry M. Speakes , ~puty Principal Press Secretary Michael E. Baroody , ~puty Assistant and Di:rector

of Pwlic Affairs

'llle P:resident telephoned Anthony C. E. Quainton, fomer Anbassador of the U. S . to Nicaragua. 'llle call was not OO!ll>leted.

'llle President went to the cabinet Room.

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'!he President participated in a cabinet Cotmcil on Natural Jesources and the Environment rreeting. For a l ist of attendees, see APPENDIX "A."

'!he President went to the State Dining R:xxn.

'!he President hosted a lmchecn for out-of- town editors and broadcasters. For a list of attendees , see APPENDIX "B."

1he President addressed ar:proximately 87 regional Irellbers of the press from the MidAtlantic, Mid..iest, and selected states borrering those regicns .

'!he President participated in a qrestion and answer session with lmcheon guests.

'!he President returned to the Oval Office.

'!he Presi dent telephoned Mr. Ru;jh . 'Ihe call was not a:rnpleted.

The President talked with 1\n'bassac'br Quain ten .

'!he President went to the PDosevel t Room.

The President participated in a cerem::ny to present the Presi dential Citizen' s Medal posthurously to Dennis w. Keogh, a foreign service officer who was killed in a te=orist boobing in Narrbia. Mrs. Keogh accepted the award en behal f of her husband. For a list of atten­dees' see APPENDIX "C."

Menbers of the press

'!he President retumed to the Oval Offioo .

'Ihe President participated in a filming sessicn of a docllrentary film for the upcaning Reptblican National Ccnvention and cairpaign ads.

'Ihe President went to the Rose Garden.

'!he President oontinued to participate in a filming session of a d:>cunentary film for the upcaning Reptblican Naticnal Ccnventicn and cairpaign ads.

'!he President returned to the Oval Offioo.

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'lhe President talked with Mr. Rugh.

'lhe President met with: Ei.kidU. Hara, fomer AnbassaCbr of Japan to India

and currently a U'liversity professor in Minatci<u, TckyO I Japan

Mr. ~aver

'lhe President participated in a farewell photo opportunity with departing U. S . ArrbassaCbrs and their families . For a list of attendees , see APPENDIX "D. "

'!he President went to !born 450 in the Old Executive Office Building.

'lhe President participated in a briefing for rrenbers of the AITerican Coali ticn for Traditional Values . For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "E."

Mellbers of the press

'lhe President returned to the Oval Office .

'lhe President went to the Diplomatic Reception !born.

'lhe President participated in a message taping session for: Pwlic Service Annomcement for the lhited Negro

College Fmd Reagan- Bu;h ' 84 Corrmi ttee !Egional e ven ts during

!Epwlican Naticnal c.cnvention Annual c.cnference of the National Association of

Com ties

'lhe President went to the doctor ' s office .

'lhe President returned to the second floor Residence.

'1he President and the First Lady had dihner.

'lhe Presi dent retired.

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'lhe President and the First La<¥ had breakfast.

'lhe President went to the Oval Office.

'lhe President met with : Jarres A. Baker III, Chief of Staff Ed.rin Meese III , Counsellor Michael K. Deaver, Deputy Chief of Staff

1he President met for a national security briefing with: George H. Bush, Vice President a:bert c. MCFarlane , Assistant for National Security

Affairs John M. POindexter, Deputy Assistant for National

Security Affairs Mr . Baker Mr. Meese Mr. Deaver

'Ihe President went to the Sal.th Grounds .

'lhe President flew by Marine helicopter from the South GrOU'ld to the Bladcwater National Wildlife Refuge landing zaie, Dorchester Co\.l'lty, Maryland. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A."

'lhe President went to his motorcade .

1he President motored from the landing zaie to the Blackwater National Wildlife Refu;ie Ehviromental F.ducaticn Center. He was acoc:rtpanied by Mr. Baker.

'lhe President was greeted by: 1\nne D. McLa\tj'llin, l.hlder Secretacy of the Interior Dc:nald Perkuchin, Manager, Bladcwater Naticnal

Wildlife Refuge Representative Roy fysc:n (D-Maxyland) Richard Larsen , Regic:nal Director, National Fish

and Wildlife Refuge

'lhe President, aooorrpanied by Ms. McLa\tj'llin and Mr . Perkuchin, went inside the pavilion.

'Ihe President attended a briefing oo endangered species and the rew aCXJUisitic:n program at Bladcwater Natiooal Wildlife Refuge by Ms . McLaU<jllin and Mr . Perlcuc:hln.

Mercbers of the press

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'!he President bought a Duck Starcp frorn Ms . McLaughlin.

'!he President participated in a tour of the Bl ackwater National Wildlife Fefuge.

Mentlers of the press

'lhe President walked frorn the pavillion via a ~d path to his notorcare. He was aco:::rrq;>anied by:

Ms . McLau<jllin Mr. Perkudrin

'!he President was telei:hooed by Fev. Jesse L . Jackson , Natiooal Presirent, Operatioo PUSH, Cllicago, Illinoi s. '!he call was not a:xnpleted.

'lhe President motored from the woored path area to the Cbservation ~r. He was acoorrpanied by :

Ms • McLau<jllin Mr. Baker

'!he President, aca:xnpanied by Mr . Perlrndrin, went to the top of the Cbservation ~r.

'lhe President was briefed by Mr. Perkuchin oo wil dlife and the i:hysical terrain .

'!he President participated in a noter tour of the wildlife drive thru the refuge. He was aca:xnpanied by :

Mr. Perkuchin Mr. Baker

'lhe President and Mr. Perkuchin went to the Youth Project site and greeted team merrtiers.

'Ille President continued the wildlife drive tour entroute to the landing zone . He was aco::rtpanied by:

Mr. Perkuchin Mr. Baker

'lhe President flew by Marine helicopter from Blackwater Natiooal Wildlife Fefuge to Tilghman Ele!rentary Sdlool, Tilghman Island. For a list of passengers , see APPENDIX "A. "

'lhe President ret\Jined to his notorcare.

'!he President motored from Tilghman Elerrentary School to Dogwood Harbor Wharf. He was aoo:mpanied by Mr. Baker.

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'lhe President was greeted by 'Ihomas Haddaway, President of Talbot County Watemen ' s Associati.oo.

'lhe President, a=rrpanied by Mr. Haddaway, participated in a tour of the wharf and vessels .

Menbers of the press

'lhe President greeted crab waterrren and fisherrren : William C\Jlmi..ngs, skipper of "Pa • s Pride " Shen:y Haddaway, cxew mentier of "Pa• s Pride" Russell Dize, wholesale crab Buyer ' s Trud<

'lhe President, a=rrpanied by Mr. Haddaway, went aboard the skipjad< "Lady Katie" to view equiprent and oyster bed charts. He was greeted by skii:per Stanley Larrimore.

'lhe President returned to his rrotorcade. He was acoonpanied by:

Mr. Haddaway Mr. CUmd.ngs

'lhe President motored from the wharf to Ti l ghman Island Volunteer Fired r:epartnent. He was a=rrpanied by :

Mr. Haddaway Mr. Cunnings Mr. Baker

'Jhe President was greeted inside by William "Bozy" Blades, President of Tilghman Vol mteer Fire r:epartnent.

'lhe President, esoorted by Mr. Blades, went to his seat.

'Ihe Presi dent a t tended a lmcheon with '1.0lmteer firemen and local waterrren of Tilghman Island.

M:rltlers of the press

'lhe Presidential party had lmch.

'lhe President was introdumd by Mr. Blades .

'lhe Pr esi dent addressed guests attending the luncheoo .

'1he President presented Mr. Bl ades with b-io Arrerican flags that had flCf.1111 over the "l'hi te House for the Vol unteer Fire r:epartnent and for Kronenberg Pa:ck across the street.

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'lhe Presidmt was presented with a bushel of hard crabs and a bushel of soft crabs by Mr. Bla<Es.

'lhe Presicent retumed to his rrotorca<E.

'lhe Presidmt rrotored from the Tilghman Island Volunteer Fire l:epartrrent to Tilgunan Island Elerrentary Sdlool. He was a=npanied by Mr. Baker.

'lhe Presi <Ent flew by Marine helia::pter from Tilghman Island Elementary School to the South Grounds of the White House. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A."

'lhe Presi<Ent retumed to the Oval Office.

'lhe Presidmt went to the East Fbom.

'lhe Presi<Ent participated in a signing cerem::ny for Proclamation 5220, <Esignating July 10, 19 84 as Food for Pea<:E Day and OOilll'etrOrating the 30th Anniversary of the Food for Peace Program. For a list of atten­<Ees ' see APPENDIX "B ...

Meni:ers of the press

'Ihe Presi <Ent addressed ai:proximately 1 39 gu1!S ts attending the cerenony.

'1he Presidmt ~nt to the Red Room.

'lhe Presicent participated in a filming for a docurrentary to be shown at the Repwlican National Ccnvention .

'lhe Presicent went to the South Portioo.

'lhe Presicent ccntin~d to participate in filming for a d:>cumentary to be shown at the Repwlican Natiooal Ccnventioo .

'lhe Presicent retumed to the Oval Office.

'lhe Presicent telephoned actress Meryl StJ:eep (Mrs . l):inald J . Gunner) . 'lhe call was not roipleted.

'lhe Presieent met with Richard B. Wirthlin, Presicent of l:ecision ~ing Infonnaticn, Washi ngton, D.C.

'lhe Presicent went to the ba:i:ber shop.

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'lhe President had a haircut.

'lhe President was telephCl'led by Ms. StJ:eep. 'lhe call was not co11q:>le ted.

'llle President retumed to the Oval Office.

'lhe President YA'mt to the White House Library.

'llle President hosted an off- the- record reception with a group of White House cor:respc11rents. Fbr a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "C. "

'llle President :retumed to the second floor Residence .

'lhe Presi&nt talked with Ms . StJ:eep.

'lhe President and the First Lady had dinner in the study.

'lhe President retired.

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'lhe Presirent and the First Lady had breakfast.

'lhe Presirent went to the Oval Offire.

'lhe Presirent participated in a photo opportmity with his new Army Aide, Maj. llobert R. Ivany.

'lhe President met with: Janes A. Baker III, Chief of Staff Ed.Yin ~se III, Counsellor Michael K. t::eaver, t::eputy a-tief of Staff

'lhe President met for a national security briefing with: George H. Bush, Vire Presirent llobert C. McFarlane, Assistant for Naticnal Security

Affairs John M. Poindexter, t::eputy Assistant for Natiooal

Security Affairs Mr. Baker Mr. ~se Mr. t::eaver

'lhe President met with: Anne L. l'J:n5t.J:ong, Chai:aran of the President's

Foreign Intelligenre Mviso:ry Board (PFIAB) Mr. Baker Mr. ~se Brum Chapnan, t::eputy Assistant and Director of

Planning and Evaluaticn

'lhe President went to the Cabinet Room.

'lhe Presirent participated in a meeting with merrbers of the PFIAB. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "A."

'lhe President returned to the Oval Office.

'lhe President went to Room 450 in the Old Ei<ecutive Office Building.

'lhe Presirent attended a briefing for rre:rrbers of the Citizens for Arrerica. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "B."

'lhe President returned to the Oval Offire.

'lhe President returned to the Cabinet Room.

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'lhe President participated in a lindleon meeting with rreni:>ers of the President's Ecx:inomic Policy Adviso:cy Board. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "C. "

'lhe President returned to the Oval Office.

'lhe President went to the Soµth Grm.nds.

'lhe President notored from the South Gromds to the Roosevelt Island on the Potomac Ri. ver.

'!he President went to the .Rcx:>sevel t Island ~norial Plaza offstage annomoement area.

'!he President was greeted by: A. Alan Hill , Olairman of the Corneil on Environ­

rren ta1 Quality (ca:> l Ja01tEline E. Sdlafer, ~Enber of ca:> William L . Mills, ~nber of ca:>

'lhe President participated in a Signing Cerem::ny for the 14th Annual Ieport of the ca:> for transmittal to Congress .

Menbers of press

'lhe President went to the podiun.

'lhe President addressed gtESts attending the ceremcny.

'lhe President returned to his notorcade.

'lhe President notored from the Roosevelt Island to the South Groinds of the White House.

'lhe President retw:ned to the Oval Office .

'lhe President ~t to the Situation R:::x::rn.

'lhe President attended a birthday party in honor of Mr. Poindexter .

'lhe President returned to the Oval Office.

'lhe President met to discuss the tepartmen t of tefense authorization bill with :

caspar w. Weinberger, Secretary of tefense Senator Jdm G. Tower (R-Texas) Mr. McFarlane Mr. Meese

cx:in tinued

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'Ihe President and the First lady had breakfast.

'lhe President rret with: James A. Baker III, Chief of Staff Midlael K. Deaver, Deputy Chief of Staff

'lhe President went to the South Grounds. ~ was aCCOlpanied by:

Mr. Baker Mr. Deaver

'lhe President flew by Marine helio::ipter fi::an the South Grounds to Andrews AFB, Mazyland. For a list of passengers • see APl'!;NOIX "A. "

'lhe President flew by Air Foroe <ne frcrn Andrews AFB to Fort <:ani;bell Air Force Base, Ba.lling Green, Kentucky. For a list of passengers , see APPENDIX "B."

'Ihe President deplaned and was greeted by: Maj. Gen. James E . 'lhcrtpSO'l, Cc.mnander, lOlst Airborno

Divisim, U. S. A. Sherry Jeffers, Mayor (D-lq:kinsville, Kentucky) Ted Crozier, Mayor (R-clalXsville, Kentucky) Mitch McCamell, Cotnty Judge/ExecUtive (R-Jefferson

County. Kentucky) Heib Hayes, Comcilman (R-JioPtinsville, Kentucky) Jinn Ross, Councilrrenber (R-lexington Fayette,

Kentucky)

'lhe President went to Marine One helio::ipter. He was acx::onpa­nied by Secretary of the Interior William P. Clal:k .

'lhe President flew by Marine helio::ipter from Fort canp:ie11 Air Foroe Base to Mantroth cave Natiooal Park, Visitors ' Center landing zcne, cave City, Kentucky. For a list of passengers, see APPE?IDIX "A. "

'lhe President and Secretary Clarl< deplaned and was greeted by ltilert L . Deskins, S~rintendent of Mamroth cave Natimal Parl<.

'lhe Pi::esident went to his notorcade.

'lhe President rrotored fial\ the Visitors' Center landing zone to Fro:zi:m Niagara cave area. He was aca:mpanied by :

Secretary Clark Mr. Deskins ... ~

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Secretary Clark Mr. ~skins

'Ihe President was briefed by Mr. Deskins Cll Marmalth cave and the Park's :Restoraticn and Illprovemt:n Program (PRIP), 1-hl.ch has led to the revitalizaticn of this NatiCllal PaJ:k.

'1he President was presented with a Park Ranger hat by Mr. Deskins.

'lhe President, escorted by Secretary Claik and Mr. Deskins, went inside the cave entrance.

'Ihe President viewed a portion of the cave, including the "Fro:zien Niagara" formation .

'lhe President retumed to his notorcade.

'1he President motored fran the Mamroth cave area to the Visitors ' O!n ter landing zcne. He was aCCXlllpallied by:

Secreblly Clark Mr. Deskins Mr. Baker

'1he President bade fare\<ell to Mr. ~skins.

'lhe President flew by Marine helicopter fi:om the Visitors' O!nter to Beedl Bend Campground. For a list of passen­gers, see APPENDIX "A."

'1he President was· greeted by : :Representative William H. Natdler (0-Kentucky) Richard A. Tumer, Kentucky State :Representative (R) Qme Huff, Kentucky State Senator (R) Joe Lane Travis, Kentucky State Senator (R) R::raly Layrran, Kentudcy State :Representative (Rl Willard Allen, Kentucky State ~resentative (R) Pat Freibert, Kentucky State :Representative (R) Paul Smith, Mayor (NP- Buikesville, I<entudcy)

'lhe President went to the holding room Ca recreaticnal vehicle).

'lhe President went to the offstage annomcerrent area.

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'lhe Presid:mt \YElflt to his seat on the stage. For a list of platform guests, see APPENDIX "C. "

'lhe Presicent was introduced by Richard "Porlcy" IEcabooter, President, National Campers and Hikers Association.

'.!he President addressed approximately 20 ,000 cant:ers and hikers.

'.!he Presi<Ent was presented with nerrbership into the National Campers end Hikers Association by Mr. IEcabooter.

'.!he Presicent returned to the holding room (recreational ~icle).

'Ihe President \YElflt to the landing ZCl'le area. Enroute, he greeted Sheld:ln Colenan, Olairman of Col.erren Canpany, ..no presented his with a Coleman Lantem.

'.!he President flew by Marine helicoprer from Beech Bend Canwto.:l'ld to Fort Caltl:bell Armf Air Base. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A. "

'.!he President flew by Air Force One from Fort Carrpbell Armj Air Base to Andrews AFB, Matyland. For a list of passen­gers, see APPENDIX "D. "

'.!he President was telei;:honed by William A. Wilsen, J\nbassador of the U.S. to the Holy See . '.!he call was not canpleted.

Air Force One arrived at Andrews AFB, Matyland.

'lhe President flew by 1'Brine helioopter from Andrews AFB to the South Grounds of the \'hite House. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A."

'lhe Presicent retumed to the sea:ind floor R;!si cence.

'.!he President talked with Mr. !:Ea.er.

'lhe Presicent talked with J\nbassad:>r Wilson.

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'lhe Presi&nt and the Fi:r:st Lady had dinner.

'1he Presid:mt retired.

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'llle President and the First lady had breakfast.

'!he President went to the Oval Office.

'!he President met with: Janes A. Baker III, Chief of Staff F.O.dn Meese III, Comsellor Michael K. Deaver, Deputy Olief of Staff

'lhe President met for a natiooal security briefing with: George H. Bush, Vice President Fabert C. Mcf'arlane, Assistant for NatiCl'lal Security

Affairs Jdm M. Poindexter, Q!puty Assistant for Natiooal

Security Affairs William F . Martin , Assistant and Senior Director,

Coordination, National Security Council (NSC) Mr. Baker Mr. Meese Mr. Deaver

'!he President met with the Minister of Defense of the Federal Rep\blic of Gernany (FR;} Manfred Worner. For a list of other U. S. and FR; officials attending, see APPENDIX "A. "

'!he President met with Secretary of Defense caspar w. Weinberger.

'!he President met with state presidents and national officers of the J>irerican Farm Bureau Federation (AFtlF) . For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "B ...

Menbers of the press , in/out

'lhe President retumed to the seCXll'ld floor Residence.

'lhe President and the First Lady went to the State Dining Rcxm.

'lhe President and the First lady hosted a 11.ncheoo with !lep\blican Wanen candidates elected officials. For a list of attendees , see APPENDIX "C."

Menbers of the press , in/out

'lhe Presidential party had lmch.

'!he President addressed approximately 89 !lepwlican wcrren candidates and officeholders.

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'Ihe Presi dent and the First ·r..ady 'We?lt to the Blue Focm.

'Ihe President and the First Lady greeted lundleoo guests.

'Ihe P:resident retumed to the oval Office .

'Ihe President met to discuss personnel matters with his Deputy Assistant and Deputy Director o f Presidential Persc:nnel, Becky Nortoo Dunlop.

'Ihe President met with the BoaJ:d of <?ovemors of the National Associatioo of Securities Dealers. For a list o f atten­dees, see APPENDIX "D."

Menbers of the press , in/out

'Ihe President participated in a farewell {Xloto OHX>rtmity with:

Lt. Col. Olarles F . Brower IV, departing Arn¥ Aide Mrs . Olarles F . (Eileen) Brower IV John Brower, son Olristopher Brower, soo Ed.lard V. Hid<ey, Jr., Assistant and Director of

Special Sqiport Services Cdr. William G. Sutton, Naval Aide Maj. Peter T . Metzger '· Marine Aide

'Ihe President participated in a rreeting to discuss his acreptanoe speech for the Peplillican ncrni.nation with :

Kenneth L. Khachigian , President of Khadligian Public Pelatioos, San Clemente, california; and former Speecflwri ter

Mr. Baker Mr. Deaver Richard G. Darman , Assi stant _and Deputy to the Olief

of Staff

'Ihe President met with : William J . Casey , Director o f the ·Central

Intelligence Agency (CIA) Mr. Baker Mr. Meese

'Ihe President returned to the seo::nd floor Pesidence .

'Ihe President and the First Lady went to the South Grounds o f the White House.

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'lhe President and the First Lady greeted rrerrbers of the Vienna and Babe Ruth Little Leag1:e baseball tearrs. · Merri::>ers of the press

The President was presented with baseball cap , a baseball and a plao:rue by 13 year old Jim Brenkus .

The President and the First Lady flew by Marine helicopter from the South Gromds to canp David, Maryland. For a list of passengers , see APPENDIX "E,"

The Presi dent and the First Lady watched the rrovie "The Winning Tuc;rn. "

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'Ihe President made a Radio Address to the Nation on fue environrren t.

'Ihe Presi dent talked wi tti George ·.Brooks , Chairman of the Board, National leag\E of Families of Arrericcn Prisoners and Missing in Soutti East Asia.

'lhe President talked witti George Smclberg, cameraman with Metrcrnedia News, Washington, D.C. ; who had written a very supportive and partriotic letter to the President.

'lhe Presi dent talked witti Walter H. Annenberg, former l\irbassador of ttie U.S. to the United Kingdcrn of Great Britain and Norttiern Ireland (UK) .

'Ihe President and fue First Lady watched the rrovie "Gh.os tbus ters ~ "

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'Ihe PJ:esicent talked with foorer Presicent, Richard M. Nixon.

'Ihe President and the First Lady flew by Marine helia:ifter from canp. David to the South Grounds of the White House. Fbr a lis't of passengers, see APPENDIX "A. "

'Ihe Presicent and the First Lady 'Wellt to the sea:md floor lesidence. •·

'Ihe Presicen t had dinner with : 'Ihe Fir.¥t La

'Ihe President retired.

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'lhe President and the First Lady had breakfast.

'lhe President went to the OVal Office.

'lhe President net with: E<'Win Meese III, Co1.nsellor Midlael K. Deaver, Deputy Olief of Staff F.dNard V. Hickey, Jr., Assistant and Director of

Special Support Services ~orge H. Bush, Vice President

'lhe President net for a national security briefing with: Vice President Bush Itbert C. McFarlane, Assistant for National Security

Affairs Dcnald R. Fortier, Deputy Assistant and Senior

Director, Policy Developrrent, National Se=ity Comcil (NSC)

Jaxres A. Baker III, Olief of Staff Mr. Meese Mr. Deaver

'lhe President talked with Govemor Richard L. 'Ihornburgh (R- Pennsylvania) on the occasion of his fifty-second b irthday.

'lhe Presi&nt went to the East R::x:m. He was acccrrpanied by Vice President Bush.

'lhe President p:i.rticipated in a Signing <:ererrony for Proclamation 5223, captive Nations Week, 1984. For a list of atten&es, see APPENDIX "A."

Mambers of the press

'Ihe President addressed awroxirnately 178 guests including representatives of major hunan rights, East European, Sourtheast Asian and CtiJan-Arrerican organizations.

'lhe President retumed to the Oval Office.

'lhe President went to the Cabinet R::x:m.

'lhe President participated in a Issi:es Briefing luncheon. For a list of atten&es, see APPENDIX "B."

'lhe President retumed to the Oval Office.

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'Ihe Presieent telettioned Clarence 'lhomas, Olairman of the El::[ual Enployrrent Opportmi ty Cbml1ission. 'lhe call was not o:>npleted.

'lhe President talked with Mr. 'lhomas .

'lhe President talke d with Jim M:!ra , roach of the Philaeelphia Stars football team. 'lhe call was broadcast o \er poolic address to system during a press a:nfe:renoe at the Philaeelphia Stars head::Juarters . '1he purpose of the call was to congratulate the team en being the 1984 U. S . Fbotball I.ea<JlE Olanpicns.

'1he President returned to the seoond floor !Esidenoe.

'lhe President talked with Mrs. John D. "Jade" (Bmny) Wrather , wife of the oil producer, notion picture producer and fiancier, Los J\ngeles, california.

'lhe President talked with Mr. Baker.

'lhe President and the First Lady had dinner.

'1he P:resident retired.

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'lhe President and the First Lady had breakfast.

'lhe President went to the Oval Office.

'lhe President rre t with : Jarres A. Baker III, Chief of Staff Ed.Jin Meese III, Counsellor Mi.dlael K . Deaver, Deputy Chief of Staff ~rge H. Bush, Vice President

'lhe President met for a national security briefing with : Vice President Bush R::X>ert C. McFarlane, Assistant fur Naticnal Security

Affairs Mr. Baker Mr. Meese Mr. reaver

'lhe President rret with : Vice President Bush Jarres E . G:xxJ:iy, Chief of the U.S . Delegati01 to the

Cbnference 01 Cl:Jnfidence and Security Building ~asures and Disarrnarrent in Europe (CllE) or the Stod<holm Cbnference

Mr. McFarlane Sven F . Kraerrer, Director of Arms Cl:Jntrol, Defense

Programs and Ams Cl:Jntrol, National Security Counci l (NSC)

Steven E . Steiner, Director, •Intemational Cbmrnnications and Infonnation , NSC

'lhe purpose of the rreeting was to brief the President on the sea:md romd of the oonference .

'lhe President te l e[::hored John Cardinal Krol, Ardlbishop of Rlilaeelphia, Pennsylvania. 'lhe call was not o:irrpleted.

'lhe President talked with Cardinal Krol.

'lhe President had lmdl.

'lhe Presi dent went to the R:Jse Garren.

'lhe President participated in a Signing Cererrony for H. R. 4616, legislatim enrouraging states to raise their rninirnun drinking age. For a l ist of atteneees, see APPENDIX "A. "

1'Elbers o f the press

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'Ihe President addJ:essed ai;Proxi.mately 220 ~sts, including M:nbers of Ccngress and invited ~ts of the private secto

'lhe President returned to the Oval Office .

'lhe President went to the cabinet Poem.

'lhe President participated in a cabinet Comcil en Econcmi.c Affairs rreeting. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "B .. "

'lhe Presi dent participated in a cabinet Council on ~roe and Trade M9eting. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "C. II

'!he President returned to the Oval Offioe.

'!he President met with: Richard B. Wirthlin, President of tecision Making

Information, Washingtcn, D.C. Mr. Baker

'lhe President returned to the second floor Iesidence.

'lhe President telephoned lea 'lhoopson, correspondent for NBC News. 'lhe call was not cx:rnpleted.

'lhe President talked with Ms. 'lhorrpson.

'lhe President had dinner with : 'lhe First Lady Maureen Ieagan 9:vell, the President's daughter

'Ihe President retired.

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'Ihe President and the First Lady. had breakfast.

'Ihe President went to the Ovhl Office .

'lhe Presicent rret with: Jarres A. Baker III , <hief of Staff Ecwin M2ese III, O:llnsellor Michael K. Deaver, Deputy <hief of Staff George H. Bush, Vice Presicent

'lhe President rret for a natiooal security briefing with: Vice President Bush Rd:>ert C. McFarlane, Assistant for National Security

Affairs Mr. Baker Mr. ~se Mr. Deaver

'lhe President rret with: Mr. ~se Jdm A. Svahn, Assistant for Policy Developrrent

'!he President t alked with Philip B. Elfstran, Comty Supervisor (R-Kane Counb:y, Illinois) and newly elected President of the Natiooal Associatioo o f Comties (NACol.

'!he President talked with the First Lady.

'!he President went to. the Cabinet Ibcm.

'Ihe President participated in a meeting to discuss a budget isste CX)!lceming the privatization of Ll\ND5AT with the Budget Ieview Board. For a list of attendees , see APPENDIX "A. "

'Ihe President retumed to the OVal Office.

'Ihe President had l unch with Vi ce President Bush.

'Ihe President went to the Fbosevel t Room.

'Ihe President rret with representatives of leading aerospace o:xrpanies who will be participating in a Vhi te House sponsored U. S . trade mission to the People's Iepd:>lic of China (PR:) . For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "B. II

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The President retumed to the Oval Office.

'lhe President talked with : Earl Darrington, Natienal Comnaner of the l\rrerican

Ex-Priscners of War Ttny Ferruoci, Program md Pti:>lici ty Director,

l\rrerican Ex-Priscners of War 'lhe call was broadcast mer pli>lic address system to the 37th J\nnual Natienal O:::n.....mtien of the l\rrerican Ex-Prisone1 s of War, Inc. at the Jed Lien Inn, Seattle, Washingtcn.

The President "1ellt to !born 450 in the Old ~cutive Office building.

'lhe President participated in a briefing for representatives of nen-profi t organizations, public policy fomdations , business association , and labor organizati.cns s\.\:lP(lrti.ve of rerrocracy and security in Central l\rrerica as part of the ~te House outreach Working Groi.p en Central l\rrerica. For a list of att:eneees, see APPENDIX "C."

M?nbers of the press

'lhe Presid:mt addressed approximately 200 guests.

'lhe President retumed to the oval Office .

'lhe Presid:mt "1ellt to the d:>ctnr's office.

'lhe President returned to the Oval Office.

The Presid:mt net with : Caspar W. Weinberger , Secreta.cy of Cefense Mr. Baker Mr. McFarlane

The President "1ellt to the South Gromds .

'Ille Presid:mt notored from the South Groll'lds tD the John F . Kennedy Center for the Ferfozmani.ng Arts . He was ao:::onpa:­nied by Mr. Baker.

'lhe Presid:mt weit to the Green !born, Concert Hall.

'lhe Preisd:mt was greeted by lbger L. Ste.....ms, Chairman of the Board, John F . Kemedy Center for the Perfonning Arts .

'Ihe Ptesid:mt went to the podiun in the Concert Hall.

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'lhe President addressed the E:xecutive Connti.ttee and '-'=llmteers of the President' s Private Sector Survey on Cost Control.

~rs of the press

'lhe President returned to his rrototcade.

'!he President rrotored from the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts to the South Gromds of the Im te House . He was acoorrpanied by Mr. Baker.

'lhe President returned to the seoond floor R;!sidenoe.

'llle President <11d the First Lady hosted a private dinner party with: •

r:tinald T. R;!gan , Secretary of the Treasury Mrs . r:tinald T. (Ann) R;!gan Charles Z. Wick, Director of the U.S. Informatioo A~cy (IBIA)

Mrs. 01arles z. (Mary Jane) Wick

'llle Presidential party had oocktails on the Trunan Balcx:ny.

'Ihe Presidential party had dinner.

'llle President retired.

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'lhe President and the First lady had breakfast.

'!he President rret with his Oti.ef of Staff, Jarres A. Baker III

'lhe President went to the South Grounds.

'lhe President flew by Marine helicopter fran the South Grounds to Andrews AFB, Maiyland. · For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A."

'lhe President fle.i by Air Force One frcm Andrews AFB to the Coluroia Metropolitan Airport, Coluroia, South carolina. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "B."

'Ihe President deplaned and was greeted by: Representaive FlOjd Spence (R-South carolina) William OUzts , Mayor Pro Tern (D-Coluroia, South

carolina) T . M::>ffatt Burris, South carolina State Representa-

tive (R) Ryan C. Shealy, SoJth carolina State Senator (R} Dalton Sheppard, SoJth carolina State Senator (R) Joyce C. Heaxn, South carolina State l\:lpresentative

(R) H. Pa.Iker Evatt, SoJth Carolina State Representative

(R)

'lhe President went to his notorcade.

'Jhe President motored from the Colutbia Metropolitan Airport to the Russell House Sttrlent Omter, University of South Carolina. He was aco::mpanied by :

Kenneth W. Dam, Deputy Secretary of State Mr. Baker

'Ihe President was greeted by President of the University of South Carolina, James B. Holdeman.

'lhe President, -escorted by Mr. Holdenran, went to the holding room.

'lhe President net with the PriJre Minister of Jamaica Edward Fhllip George Seaga.

'lhe President went to Iomge 14. lie was escorted by: Prime Minister Seaga Mr. Holdennan

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'lhe President met with delegation heads participating i n the Surmit Ccrlferenoe of caribbean Heads of State . For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "C."

'Ihe Presidential party went to the caribbean Conference Foom.

'lhe Presidential party participated in a photo opportmity with rrerrbers of the press .

'lhe President attended the Stmnit Conference of caribbean Heads of State hosted by the lhiversity of South Carolina.

Merrbers of the press , in/out

'lhe President was introduced by Prime Minister Seaga.

'lhe President made welooming remru:ks to oonferenoe delegates.

'lhe President made closing remazks to oonferenoe delegates.

'lhe President went to the holding room.

'lhe President returned to I..otnge #4.

'lhe President rret for refreshments with delegation heads .

'lhe Presidential party went to the Russell House Ballroom.

'Ihe Presidential party participated in a working ltndleon.

'Ihe President was introd\.JJed by Prime Minister Seaga.

'lhe President addressed oon.ference delegates.

'Ihe President returned to the holding room.

'lhe President returned to his rrotorcade.

'lhe President rrotored from the Russell House Student Center to the Coluribia Metrop:>li tan Airp:irt. He was ac=npanied by:

Senator Strom 'Ihw:nond CR- South Carolina) Mr. Baker

'lhe President flew by Air Foroe ~ from the Colmbia Metropolitan Airp:irt to Andrews AJ!B, ~land. For a list of passengers , see APPENDIX "D."

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'lhe Presidmt flew by M:lri.ne helicopter from Andrews AFB to the South Gro1.D1ds of the White House. For a list o f passen'!J'lrs , see APPENDIX "A."

'lhe Presirent went to the Oval Office.

'lhe Presi dmt talked wi th lEpresentative Bobbi Fiedler (R-california) .

'lhe Presidmt participated in a i;:hot:o opp;:>rtuni cy with : Terry C. Misfel dt, Director of Pd:>lications for the

u.s. Jeycees , Future Magazine Larry M. Speakes, Depucy Principal Press Secretary

'lhe President participated in a photo opp;:>rtuni cy with winners of the National Associaticn of Sport and Physical Education lwards Program. For a list of attenrees , see APPENDIX "E . "

~rs of the press , in/out

The President met with : Gen. Jares H. Polk , ret., Chairman of the Board of

the U. S . Horse Cavalry Association Col. Jarres R. Spurrier, ret., Presidmt of the U.S .

Horse Cavalry Associaticn Maj . Peter T. Metzger, Marine Corps Aide

'Ihe purpose of the rreeting was to present the Presidmt with a print which repicts the 2nd Drag:xns i n a cavalry dlar'!J'l during the u.s. -Maxican War en behalf of the U. S . Horse Cavalry Association.

'Ihe President participated in a meeting to discuss the views and cnncerns of the Arrerican Jewish Commni. cy with repre­senati ves of the Anti- Defamation League of B'nai B' rith. For a list of attendees , see APPENDIX "F. "

'lhe Presi dent met with : Mr. Baker Ridlard G. D:lnnan , Assistant and Depucy to the Chief

of Staff Bentley Elliott, Depucy Assistant and Director of

Speechwri ting Peggy Noonan , Si;eechwri ter

'lhe Presieent reb.u:ned to the second floor 1€sidmce .

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'D1e President telei;i'loned Robert D. StlBrt, Jr., Olainnan of the Finance Comni ttee , Quaker Oats Catpmy, Olicago, I llinois . 'lhe call was not a:rnpleted.

'lhe President had dinner with: 'lhe First Lady l:ennis Ie~ll, sen- in-law

'lhe President talked with Mr. Stuart.

'lhe President talked with J . Stapleton Roy, i);!pucy Olief of Mission . in Bangkck, 'lhailand.

'D1e President talked with his son, :Ronal d P . Reagan.

'lhe Presirent retired.

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'Ihe President and the First Lady had breakfast.

'!he President went to the Oval Office.

'lhe President met with : James A. Baker III , Orief of Staff Michael K. Deaver, Deputy Orief of Staff

'!he President talked with Secretacy of the Treasury Dcnald T . Regan.

'lhe President met for a naticnal security briefing with : George H. Bush, Vice President Fl:bert C. McFarlane , Assistant for Naticnal Security

Affairs Mr. Baker Mr . Deaver

'!he President went to the Diplomatic Iereption !ban.

'!he President greeted a group of Vietnam Priscners of war (l!'CM) . For a list of attendees , see APPENDIX "A. "

'!he President and the First Lady went to the South Grounds.

'!he President and the First Lady participated in a a:!:renony in reoognition of National PG~/MIA Day, 1984 . For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "B. "

Mercbers of the press

'!he President addressed approximately 1, 587 guests attending the rererrony. FolkMing his remarks , rrerrbers of the Navy ' s Blue Angels flew their F- 14 aircraft over the l<lhite House i n the four-plane , missing man foi:maticn.

'lhe President returned to the Oval Offioe.

'!he President talked with C. Edi<ard Di.llery, Di.rector of UN FOli tical and Multilateral Affairs, Bureau of Interna­tional Onjanizations, Department of State.

'!he President talked with Melvyn Levitsky, Deputy Associate Director for Bzoadcasting, Voice of 1\lrerica.

'lhe President telephoned Jdlil B. Connally, partner with Vinscn and Elkins law firm, Houston, Texas. '!he call was not oorrpl.eted.

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'lhe President talked with Mr. Ccnnally.

'lhe President participated i n a filming of a Cbcurentary to be shCMn at the Pepd:>lican National Conventicn.

'lhe President went to the patio outside the Oval Office.

'lhe President had lmch.

'lhe President returned to the Oval Office.

'lhe President went to the Aose Garden.

'lhe President addressed delegates fran 49 states to Girls Natioo, high school stu:lents who are learning about the derrocratic processes of cpvernment, spcnsored by the .American Legion Auxiliary . For a list of attendees , see APPENDIX "C. "

Melibers of the press

'lhe President returned to the Oval Office.

'llle President met with Secretary of State George P. Shultz.

'Ihe President went to the Rxisevelt lb:ln.

'lhe President attended the swearing-in oererrooy of Fral'K K. Richardson as Solicitor of the Departnent of the Interior. 'lhe oath of office was administered by the Secretary of the Interior William P . Clarlc. For a list of atrendees , see APPENDIX "D. "

'lhe President went to the Ped Room.

'Ihe President greeted: James M. Beggs, Mninistrator of the National

Aeronautics and Space Mninistratioo (Nl\SA) Neil A. Armstrong, former Astronaut for the Apollo

ll missioo end first hunan to set foot oo the m::x:n EcWin E. "Buzz" Aldrin, former Astrcnaut for the

Apollo ll missim and sea:nd hunan to set foot oo the lt'OCll

Michael Collins, foxner Astronaut for the Apollo 11 mission and remained in the lunar oxbi t in the ccmnand m:>dule Colurbia

'lhe Presidential parcy went to the East RoaTI.

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'Ihe President participated in a oereirony with Apollo Ast.ronauts w111e11orating the 15th anniversazy of the L1.11ar Landing md proclaiml.ng July 20th , as "Space Exploraticn Day.. " For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "E."

~rs of the press

'lhe President addressed approximately 102 guests attending the oererrcny.

'Ihe President was presented with an Arrerican Flag whldl had . been carried to the nxx:n during the Apollo 11 Missicn en behalf of NASA and the crew by Mr. Amstrong.

'Ihe President returned to the secx:nd floor R:!sidenoe .

'Ihe President and the First lady returned to the South Grounds . 'Ihey were aco:::rnpanied by :

Maureen R:!agan R:!vell, the President ' s daltj'lter Dennis llevell , husband

'Ihe President participated in a brief i:hoto cwortunity with offirers of the Special Operaticns Divisicn erergency Servi.res 'J.e<m of Prince ~rge 's Cowty Pollre Deparbrent. For a lls t of atterdees, see APPENDIX "F."

'Ihe President <Sld the First lady flew by Marlne helicopter from the South Gromds to canp David, Maryland. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "G."

'Ihe President talked with William P . Clarents, Jr. , fo:rrrer Governor (R-'J.exas) .

'Ihe President talked with his Special Assistant, David c. Fisdler.

'Ihe President talked with Mr. Baker.

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2 : 34 2 :53 '!he President went horseback riding around the Canp David a::.mpomd.

? 'Ihe President and the First Lady watdled the rrovie "'Ihe Last Star Fighter. "

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'llle President and the First Lady flew by Marine helicopter from amp David to the South Gromds of the ~ite House. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A."

'llle President and the First Lady went to the second floor ~sidenoe. 'lhey were acccrrpanied by:

Maureen ~agan ~vell, the President's da\tj:lter [)mnis ~veil, husband

'llle President was t2leyhaled by his brother, Neil ~agan.

'!he call was not conplet:ed.

'llle President had dinner in the study with : 'lhe First Lady Maureen ~ag<l'I ~vell Dennis ~vell

'!he President talked with Nei l ~agan.

'llle President retired.

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'Ihe President and the First Lady had breakfast.

'Ihe President went to the Oval Office.

'!he President met with : James A. Baker III, Chief of Staff Edwin ~ese III, Counsellor Midlael K. Deaver, Deputy Chief of Staff George H. Bush, Vice President

'.Ole President met for a national security briefing with : Vice President Bush Rd:>ert C. McFarlane, Assistant for Naticnal Security

Affairs Jenn M. Poineexter, Deputy Assistant for National

Security Affairs Mr. Baker Mr. ~se Mr. Deaver

'.Ole President talked with Lecnard Gall!'ent, attorney with Did<stein, Shapiro and Morin law firm, Washington, DC and New Yoxk .

'!he President talked with Laurie Hl.ITlfhreville, Adni.nistrative Assistant to the Assistant for Presidential Personnel.

'Ihe President met with the President of El Salvaoor Jose Napoleon Durate. For a list of other attendees, see APPENDIX "A. "

Meni:lers of the press , in/out

'.Ole President \<o'ellt to the Fose Garden.

'Ihe President greeted delegates to the American Legicn "Boys Naticn," who participating in a week lcng program in Washington, D. C. \ohidl highlights governmental processes. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "B."

~i:lnbers of the press

'Ihe President returned to the Oval Office .

'Ihe President went to the Roosevelt J:Oan.

'lhe President hosted an off- the- reoord lmdleon meeting with a group of magazine and newspaper oollllmists. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "C."

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'lhe President retumed to the Oval Office.

'lhe President met with: Samuel R. Pierce, Jr., Secretary of Housing and

Urban tevelopnent (HUD) Mrs . Stej:hen J. (Linette) Bollinger, widcw of the

Assistant Secretary of HUD for Cormtunity Pl anning and tevel.oprent

Megan Bollinger, daughter Heather Bollinger, daughter Rebecca Bollinger, daughter Craig L. Fuller, Assistant for Cabinet Affairs

'lhe puq:ose of the meeting was to express his ronCblences to Mrs. Bollinger and her children upoon the reath of her husband suddenly J\.ne 18th.

'lhe President was telepioned by Mr. Baker. 'lhe President's Personnel Secretary, Kathleen Osborne tock the call.

'lhe President went to the Diplomatic Reception &x::rn.

'lhe President participated in a message taping session for: North Arrerican Cbuncil on Adoptable Children Rep\blican Naticnal Conventicn Annual Convention of the Paralyzed Veterans of

Arrerica National Associaticn for Female Executives

'Ihe President went to the White House theatre.

'lhe President participated in a pre-news oonference briefing with senior >'bite House staff.

'lhe President returned to the seoond floor Fesidence .

'lhe President talked with Vice President Bush .

'Ihe President met in the Wes~ Sitting Hall with: Vice President Bush ~rge P . Shultz, Secretary of State Caspar w. Weinberger, Secretary of refense Mr. Baker Mr. McFarlane Gen. Jchn w. Vessey, Jr. , <llairman of the Joint

Oliefs of Staff (JCS)

'lhe President and the First Lady hosted a private dinner with Vice President and Mrs . Bush .

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'Ihe President retired.

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'Ihe President and the First Lady had breakfast.

'lhe President went to the Oval Office .

'lhe President rre t with : Jarres A. Baker III, Chief of Staff Ed.dn Meese III' CoUlSellor Michael J<. Deaver, Deputy Chief of Staff

'lhe President rret for a natiaial security briefing with: R:bert c. Mc:Farlane, Assistant for Natiooal Security

Affairs John M. Poindexter, Deputy Assistant for Natiaial

Security Affairs Mr. Baker Mr. Meese Mr. Deaver

'lhe President rret with the Leader of the Spanish Opposition Party, Mam:el Fraga. For a list of other attendees , see APPENDIX "A."

MerTbers of the press, in/out

'Ihe President participated in a filming of a doo.:arentary to be sho.om at the Republican National Convention.

'Ihe President went to the Cabinet Rocrn.

'Ihe President participated in a neeting with Rep\blican Melrtlers of Congress. For a list of attendees, see APPEl'l>IX "B. "

'Ihe President returned to the Oval Offioo .

'Ihe President participated in a J:iloto opportunity with : Jarres w. Ciccx:ni, Special Assistant to the Chief

of Staff Mrs • James w. (Patricia) Cicxx:ni Jill Ci=ni, daughter Sara Cioocni, daughter

'Ihe President talked with John Cardinal Krol , Archbishop of Philadelftlia.

'Ihe President participated in a J:iloto opportunity with: Senator Heward H. Baker, Jr. (R-Tennessee) William Carpenter, Chairman of the Golden Anniversary

Celebration of the Great Siroky Mountains Naticnal Park

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Wi l lian N. Harrby, Field Director, Office of Senator Baker, Nashvil le, Tennessee

Parrela J. 'l\1rner , Deputy Assi stant for Legislative Affairs

'!he purpose of the rreeting was to present the Presi dent with four comerorative worl<s in celebration of the anni versary, including a wood carving of the martyr of the Olerckee Indian Tribe, Tsali, a bronze of Tsali, a hand­=afted replica of the Tennessee ~bmtain Long Rifle , and a hand-cr afted bearcalw knife.

'lhe President went to the Roosevel t Roan.

'!he President participated in a cerem::ny to receive the first piece in the President ' s Signature Edition Olaracter Ju;J made by Royal D:>ultal . '!he Olaracter Ju;J is limited to an edi ti.on of 5 , 000 mnbered pieces to be sold and proceed to benefit the Janes s . Brady Fomdation. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "C."

Melttlers of the press

'!he President returned to the Oval Office.

'!he President teleiilcned William N. Ruckelshaus , Administra­tor of the Enviromental Protection Agency (EPA) . 'Ihe call was not cxxnpleted.

'!he President had lmch.

'!he President was telet*J.oned by Roy Innis, Naticnal Olairman of the Ccngress of Racial Fquali ty . 'Ihe call was not caipleted.

'!he President participated in a filming of a docmentary to be shown at the Repd>lican National Ccnvention.

'!he President participated in a t*J.oto opportmi ty with : Representative John B. Breaux (D-wuisi ana) M. B. Oglesby, Jr., Assi stant for Legislative Affairs 'lharas R. Dcnnel ly, Jr. , Special Assistant for

Legislative Affairs

'!he President rret wi th: Representative Iijnn Martin CR- Illinoi s) Cl arence Sandstrcrn, r epresentative o f the Village of

Momt ~brris, Illinoi s

cx:ntinued

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Mrs. Connie Haniltcn, daughter of Mr. Sandstran Jao:iueline Hamilton, granddaughter of Mr. Sandstran Mr. Oglesby Mr. Dcnnelly

'lhe purpose of the rreeting was to present the President with a small scaled replica of the Illinois Freedc:rn Bell, which the President had dedicated \<8ien he visited Momt Morris , Illinois, 21 years ag:>.

'Ihe President rret with : Representative William F . Clinger, Jr. (R-Pennsylvani<) Richard Seiverling, National Chairman, Tern Mix

Festival Herb Martin, Vice President, Tern Mix Festival Essie Quinn, Councilwoman, Cicy of DuBois,

l?ennsy l vania leo Karoleski, Mayor, Ci cy of DuBois, Pennsy l vcnia Marc G. Stanley , Mni.nistrative Assistant to

lepresentative Clinger Mr. Oglesby Mr. D:nnelly

'lhe purpose of the rreeting was to present the President with a 'ltrn Mix hat and other rrerrorabilia.

'Ihe President rret with: Representative Itllert L. Livingstcn (R-I.ouisiana) Mr. Oglesby Mr. D;nnelly

'lhe purpose of the meeting was to present the President with a Bienville Honor Pin on behalf of the Jean Baptiste le Mayne Sieur de Bienville Sociecy, Children of the l\rrerican Pevoluticn, an affiliate of the DAR.

'Ihe President went to the Rase Garden.

'lhe President addressed approximately 584 merrbers of the Future Famers of .America (FFA), including state officers, local chapter learers , and adult advisors of the FFA. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX ''D."

Merrbers of the press

'lhe President returred to the Oval Office .

'Ihe President talked with Mr. Rud<elshaus.

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'Ihe President went to the White House theatre.

'Ihe President participated in a pre-news oonference briefing with senior White House staff.

'lhe President was telei;honed by William J . Casey, Director of tile Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) . 'lhe call was not oompleted.

'lhe Presi dent returned to the second f l oor Iesiclence.

'lhe President went to the White House Library.

'lhe President rret with : Paul A. Vold<er, Director of tile Board o f Governors

of the Federal Iesene Sys tern Mr. Baker Mr. Meese Mr. Leaver Ridlard G. Da.tman, Assistant and I:epucy to the OU.ef

of Sta£f

'Ihe Presi dent returned to tile Oval Office .

'lhe President talked witil Mr . Casey .

'lhe President went to the Baxber shop.

'lhe Presi dent had a haircut.

'lhe Presi dent returned to tile second floor Iesidence.

'lhe President had dinner wi til : 'lhe First Lady Maureen Ieagan level!, the President's daughter Dennis Ievell, husband

'lhe President rret with : Mr. Baker Mr . Leaver

'lhe President went to the Blue Roan.

'lhe President went to the East Roan.

'lhe President participated in his 26th Press O:nference. 'lhe President ' s remai:ks were broadcast live over naticn­wide radio and tel evision .

Merrbers of the press

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'lhe Presidant retumed to the seo::nd floor A:!sidence .

'lhe President talked with Secretaxy of State George P. Shultz.

'lhe Presidant retired.

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JULY 25, 1984 TIME DAY

7:45 a .m. WEI:NESDAY

'lhe President and the Fi r st lady had breakfast.

'lhe President met with : Michael K. Deaver, D:!puty Oti.ef of Staff George P . Shultz, Secretary of State Donald T. Regan , Secretary of the Treasw:y R:lbert c. MCFarlane, Assi stant for National

Security Affairs Jdm M. Poindexter, Deputy Assistant for Natiooal

Security Affairs Jal'l'eS A. Baker III, Oti.ef of Staff

'lhe President went to the Diplanatic leceptioo Roc:Jn. He was acxx:.l!pani.ed by :

Mr . Baker Mr. Deaver

'lhe President rret with : Mrs . carol Anne Vetter , rother of David, the "Bubble

Doy , " who spent all but two W'eeks of his life in a sterile blilble envirorurent

Kent Delreret, Houston Correspoodent for People Magazine

Ms. Garcy Clifford, Washi.ngtoo Bureau Cllief, People Magazine

'lhe President went to the South Gromds .

'lhe President flew by Marine helicopter from the South Grounds to Andrews AFB , Maryland. For a list of passengers ' see APPENDIX "A. "

'lhe President flew by Air Force Ole from Andrews Am to the R:lbert Mooller Ml.ni.cipal Airp::>rt, Austin, Texas . For a list of passengers , see APPENDIX "B. "

(Actual flying time: 3 hours, 4 minutes) .

'lhe President talked with lepresentative Dan RostenkCMSki CD-Illinois) .

Air Force One arrived at R::bert Mooller Mmici.pal Airp::>rt.

'lhe President deplaned and was greeted by : William P. Clenents, J r . , forrrer Governor CR-Texas) John B. Coonally , partner with Vinsoo and Elkins law

firm, Houston, Texas; and forrrer Governor (D-Texas

ccntinood

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G:!orge W. Stral<e, Jr., Chainnan of the 'Iexas State Iepd:>lican Party

Diana I:enman, Vice Chainnan, texas State Iepwlican Party

Ernest Angelo, Jr., texas Fepd:>lican National Ccmnittrnan and texas Chainnan, Feagan-Bush ' 84 Natiooal Advisory Board

Fran Chiles, texas Iepublican National Carmi ttee­wcrnan

Martha Weisend, Co-Chainnan, texas Ieagan- Bush '84 Oomnittee

'lhe President went to his rrotorcade. He was aco::irrpanied by Senator John G. 'ltMer (R- texas) .

'!he President rrotored frc:rn the Robert Ml.Eller Municipal Airport to Auditoriun Shores, an outibor site along Austin ' s '.Ithm Lake. He was accorrpanied by:

Senator 'ltMer Mr. Clenen ts Mr. O:lnnally Mr. Baker

'lhe President went to the holding room (recreational ~hicle) He was aco:xrpanied by:

Sena tor 'ltMer Mr. Clerrents Mr. O:lnnally

'lhe President was greeted by Vice President George H. Bush.

'lhe President and Vice President Bush went to the offstage announcerrent area.

'1he President and Vice President Bush participated in the Feagan- Bush Family Festival Rally.

Merrbers of the press

'lhe President and Vice President Bush went to their seats on the stage. For a list of platform guests, see APPENDIX "C. "

'lhe President was introduced by Vice President Bush.

'lhe President addressed the crowd gathered for the rally.

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'Ihe President and Vioe President Bush were presented with Stetson hats by Housten Oiler, Earle CarnpJell.

'lhe President and Vioe President Bush returned to the holding roan.

'Ihe President returned to his 110torcade. He was acoorrpanied by:

Senator Tower Mr. Clerren ts Mr. Cbnnally

'lhe President 110tored fran the Audi toriun Shores outside site to the Hyatt Regency Austin. He was accorrpanied by:

Senator 'Ibwer Mr. Clerrents Mr. Camally Mr. Baker

'lhe President was greeted inside by : Larry Elliott, General Mana<]ar, Hyatt Re<]E!Ilcy Austin E.J. Schanfarber, Executive Housekeeper, Hyatt

Regency Austin

'lhe President went to his suite.

'Ihe President went to the Forest View Restaurant , 17th Floor.

'Ihe President was greeted by: Senator 'l'aiier Allan Shivers , fomer Governor (D-'lexas)

'Ihe President participated in a rreeting with "'lexans for Reagan- Bush, " a ooali tion of prominent Texas Cerrocrats and Independents who support the President's re-election. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "D. "

'Ihe President was introduced by Vioe President Bush.

'Ihe President addressed awroximately 80 irerrl:lers of the coalition.

'Ihe President returned to the hol din:J room.

'Ihe President retumed to his 110torcade.

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'lhe President ootored fran the Hyatt Regency Austin to the R::bert MtE?ller MU1icipal Airport. He was acconpanied by Mr. Baker.

'lhe President flew by Air Force One from the Robert MtE?ller Mmicipal Airport to O::>bbins Air Forae Base, Atlanta, Georgia. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "E. "

(Actual flying tirre: 2 hours, 3 minutes).

'lhe President talked with Representative Robert H. Michel (R-Illinois) .

Air Force One arrived at D:>l:bins Air Forae Base .

'lhe President deplaned and was greeted by: Senator Mack· Mattingly (R-Georgia) George M. Israel III, Mayor CR-Maron, Georgia) Margt.erite Williarrs, Co--<:hairman, Reagan- Bush '84

and incoming Republican National Ccmnitteewoman earl Gillis , Co-Olairman , Reagan-Bush '84, Repti:>lican

National Comni tteeman Bob Bell, Olairman, Georgia Repti:>lican Party Mary Stivers, outgoing Repti:>lican National Ccmni ttee­

woman earl Knoolod<, G=orgia Finance Olairman Sarah Giles M::lore, Georgia Finance Co-Olairman

'lhe President went to his ootorcade.

'lhe President ootored from O::>bbins Air Forre Base to the Waverly Hotel. He was a=npanied by Mr. Baker.

'lhe President went to the Anbassad:>r Roan, second floor.

'Ihe President went to the Habersham Room. He was a=rrpa-nied by Ecward J . lbllins , Campaign Director, Reagan- Bush ' 84 Comni ttee.

'lhe President addressed approximately 120 Repoolican leaders from twelve southern states .

M:ntlers of the press

'lhe President went to his sui. te .

'lhe President talked with the First Lady in Phoenix, Arizona.

'lhe President was an overnight guest at the Waverly Hotel.

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9:09 a.m. THURSDAY

'lhe President talked with Maureen F. Sweeney, volmteer at the ~agan-Bush ' 84 Comni ttee, Atlanta, Georgia.

'lhe President talked on a a:interence line with : Ashley M. Ful1Ter, se....enth-grade student who operates

a sumTer day canp for small children with scrne friends in Atlanta, Georgia

Patricia L . Smith, seventh-grade student who operates a smmer day canp for small children in her heme with scrne friends in Atlanta, Georgia

Sandra Y. Smith, student who operates a surmer day caITq? for small children in her heme with sorre friends in Atlanta, Georgia

Arletha Andersen, student who operates a smmer day canp for small children in her hane with scrne friends in Atlanta, Georgia

'!he President talked with Mattie Hogan, resident of Windermere Nursing Herne in Augusta, Georgia, who was celebrating her 105th birthday .

'!he President went to his rrotorcade .

'!he President rrotored from the Waverly Hotel to the CUrrber­land Shopping Mall. He was aC<Xlllpanied by his Deputy Chief of Staff, Michael K. Deaver.

'!he President went to the offsta~ annomcement area.

'!he President participated in the Reagan-Bush Solid South Rally.

~Ertbers of the press

'lhe President went to his seat on the dais. For a list of platform guests, see APPENDIX "A. "

'!he President was introduced by Senator Paula Hawkins (R-Florida) .

'!he President addressed ai:p:roxi.mately 8,000 people gathered for the rally.

'!he President returned to his 110torcare.

'!he President rrotored from the Cwberland Shopping Mall to the Waverly Hotel. He was accnnpanied by Mr. Deaver.

'lhe President returned to his suite.

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'lhe President retuined to his rrotorcac:t!.

'lhe President rrotored from the Waverly Hotel to D:>bbins Air Force Base. He was accorrpanied by Mr. Deaver.

'lhe President flew by Air For ce cne from Dobbins Air Force Base to Newai:k International Aii::port, Newark , New Jersey. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "B. "

'!he President replaned and was greeted by : Governor 'lhomas H. Kean (R- New Jersey) Raymond J . D:lnovan, Secretary of Labor Hepresentative Matthew J . Rinal do (R-New Jersey} Mary v. ~bdlary, Mayor (R-M::lntclair, New Jersey};

end Senatorial candidate for New Jersey Q?rald Mc-Cann, Mayor CD-Jersey Ci. cy, New Jersey) 'lhomas G. Dunn, Mayor (D-Elizabeth, New Jersey) Larry Bathgate , Finanoo Olairman, New Jersey Heagan/

Bush ' 84 Cbnmi ttee

'lhe President went to his rrotorcare .

'lhe President rrotored from Newarl< International Aii::port to Ci.cy Hall , Elizabeth, New Jersey. He was acconpanied by his Special Assistant, David C. Fisdler.

'!he President, acconpanied by Mayor Dunn, went to the holding roan.

'Ihe President rre t with: Mayor Oum Hepresentative Rinaldo &Ward J . Rollins, Canpaign Director, Heagan/Bush

' 84 Cbnmi ttee Roger J . Stone , Jr. , Pegional Canpaign Director,

Eastem Hegion, Heagan-Bush ' 84

'!he Presic:t!nt, a:::corrpanied by Mayor Dunn, went to the offstage annomcement area.

'lhe Presi dent participated in a Feagan-Bush ' 84 Rally. ~nbers of the press

'lhe President, accorrpanied by Mayor Dmn , went to the front door of Ci cy Hall and to the platform.

'lhe President was int:roduood by Pepresentative Rinaldo.

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'Ihe President addressed the crtMd gathered for the rally.

'Ihe President returned to the hol ding rcx::rn.

'Ihe President participated in a photo opportunicy with a group of New Jersey state officials. For a list of attendees , see APPENDIX "C ...

'Ihe President returned to his rrotorcade .

'Ihe President rrotored fran Elizabeth Ci cy Hall to Newark International Airport. He was aca::npanied by Mr. Deaver.

'1he Presi dent flew by Marine helicopter fran Newark Interna­tional Airport to Stevens Institute landing zone, Hd:lol<en, New Jersey. For a list of passengers , see APPENDIX "D. "

'Ihe Pr esident went to his rrotorcade.

'Ihe President rrotored frcm Stevens Institute landing zone to St. Ann ' s catholic Church, Madison Street entrance . He was accx:rnpanied by :

Governor Kean Frank Sinatra, entertainer and singer Mr. Deaver

'Ihe President was greeted by : Fr. Vincent Li uzzo, Local Superior and Pas tor, St.

Ann ' s catholic Church, Hd:lol<en, New Jersey Archbishop Peter L. Gerecy , Archbishop, New Jersey

Diocese

'Ihe Presidential parcy went to the dining rcx::rn inside the rectory .

'Ihe President was greeted by : Bishop Jerate Pechillo, Auxiliary Bishop to the

Archbishop, 'Ihe Archbishop ' s Representative to Hudscn Comcy

Msg. Franklin Casale, Vicar General and Chancellor, Ardidiocese of New Jersey

Fr. JUde Duffy, Provincal Superior, capudiin Friars , New Jersey Provenoe

Steve J . Cappiello, Mayor ([)-Hobci<en, New Jersey) Mrs . Jarres (Ann) Russo, President of the Ladies

Guild, St. Ann ' s catholic Churdi , Hd:x:>ken, New Jersey

Nick Goldsack, Chai man, St. Ann's Festival

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ST. ANN'S CATH'.)L!C aruROi HOOOI<m, NEW JERSEY

JULY 26, 1984 TIME DAY

6 :00 p.m. 'IHURSDAY

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Richard 9'len<Ernans, Co-Olairman, St. Ann 's Festival Santo A. Milici , Merrber, Public Relations Carmittee,

St. Ann's Festival

'Ihe Presidential party went inside to view the statue of St. Ann's.

Merrbers of the press

'!he President attenred the 1984 St. Ann's Festival Feast. Merrbers of the press

'Ihe Presidential party went to the dlurdl oourtyard to greet festival participants .

'Ihe Presidential party went to the 7th Street festival area.

'Ihe President participated in an arcade oonression booth in which a baseball is thrown at ten ffiU3$ stad<ed oo one another.

Members of the press

'Ihe Presid:!nt greeted menbers of the crtMd gathered for the festival.

'Ihe President returned to his motorcade.

'Ihe Presid:!nt motored from the festival area to St. Ann ' s Catholic Olurch gyrmasium. He was aco:rrpanied by Mr. Sinatra.

'!he Presirent went to the offstage armomcerrent area.

'Ihe President went to his seat at the head table . For a list of head table guests, see APPENDIX "E."

'Ihe Presid:!nt attended a buffet dinner hosted by St. Ann's Catholic Olurdl.

Menbers of the press

'Ihe President, acoorrpanied by Archbishop Gerety, went to the stage.

'Ihe President was introduced by Ardlbishop Gerety .

'Ihe Presirent addressed approximately 500 dinner guests.

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'lhe President retumed to his notor cace. Ehroute , the Presiclent greeted:

Lee Lichtenberger, Co-Chairrran , Hudsoo County Reagan/Bush O:mnittee, Hoboken , New Jersey

Bill Q:innally , Co-Chainnan, HIDscn County Reagan/Bush camti.ttee , Hd:xj(en , New Jersey

Maxy Am Knabler , Co-Chairman, HUdson Cointy Reagan/Bush carmittee, l:lcboken, New Jersey

Jose Aran<p, a.ban Coordinator, HUdson Cointy Reagan/Bush O::mni ttee, l:lcboken, New Jersey

'lhe President motored frcm St. Ann ' s catholic Church to Stevens Institute landing zone. He was acconpanied by Mr. teawr.

'lhe President flew by Marine helicopter from Stevens Institute to Newru:k Intematicnal Airport, Newa:i:k , New Jersey . For a lis t of passengers , see APPENDIX "D. "

'lhe President flew by Air Force One from Newarl< International Airport to Andrews AFB , Maryland. For a list of passen­gers , see APPENDIX • F."

'lhe President flew by Marine helicx:pter from Andrews AFB to the South Gromds of the White House. For a list of passengers , see APPENDIX "D. "

'lhe President went to the sea:nd floor Resiclence .

'lhe Presiclent talked with the First lady in Los Angeles , california.

'lhe Presiclent retired.

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'lhe President had breakfast.

'lhe Presi dent went to the Oval Office .

'lhe President rret with: Michael K. Deaver, Deputy Cllief of Staff George H. Bush, Vice President

'lhe President rret for a national security briefing with: Vice President Bush Rd:lert C. McFarlane, Assistant for National Security

Affairs Jdm M. Poindexter, Deputy Assistant for Natiooal

Security Affairs Mr. Deaver

'lhe President rret with the President-elect of Panama Nicholas Ardito Barletta. For a list of other attendees, see APPENDIX "A."

Menbers of the press , in/out

'Ihe President went to the cabinet Roan.

'lhe President participated in a National Security Corneil (NSC) Meeting. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "B. "

'lhe President returned to the Oval Office .

'lhe President went to the First Floor Family Dining Roan.

'lhe President hosted a luncheon rreeting with a group of television anchors and oorrespondents. For a list of attendees , see APPENDIX "C."

'Ihe President returned to the Oval Office.

'lhe President participated in an interview with: Lee Edwards, Editor of the Conservative Digest Larry M. Speakes , Deputy Principal Press Secretary

'Ihe President rret with : George P . Shultz, Secretary of State Mr. McFarlane

'Ihe President participated in a farer.ell [Xloto opportunity with:

Maj . Peter T. Metzger, departing Marine Corps l\ide

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Mrs. Peter T. (Andel Metzger Torrey Metzger, dau;ihter Peter T. Metzger II, son Mr. Deaver Mr. Poindexter F.d,,ard v. Hickey, Jr., Assistant and Director of

Special SLtJPOrt Services Col. Matthew P . Caulfied, Deputy Director, 1-hite

House Military Offim Capt. 'lhcrnas L. Carter, Air Form Aide

'lhe President returned to the Cabinet Roal'I.

'lhe President participated in a rreeting with members of the Comcil of the l'lrrericas. For a list of attendees , see APPENDIX "D. "

Merrtlers of the press , in/out

'!he President reb.lrned to the Oval Offioo .

'lhe President net for a briefing oo his qxx:rrti.ng interview with:

Michael A. McManus, Assistant and Deputy to the Depuq Otief of Sta£f

Merrie Spaeth, Special Assistant and Director of Media Relatioos

'lhe President went to the Diplanatic Reooptioo lb:lm.

'!he President participated in a live satellite interview with anchor persons from stations in six cities with :

M:>rt crim, news anchorman for WDIV-'lV, Detroit, Michigan

In\ cannon, news anchoill1arl for wrAE-'lV, Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania

Michael Schreider, news anchorman for WPLG-'lV, Miami, Florida

Forrest Sa-iyer, news anchorman for Wl\GA-TV, Atlanta, Georgia ~ Stanley, news anchox:woman for KAKE-TV, Wichita,

Kansas D:>rothy Fuldlein, news anchoi:woman for WEl'iS-TV,

Cleveland, Chio

'lhe President returned to the Oval Offioo.

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'Ihe Presid:nt participated in a farewell J'.hoto opportunity with eeparting U. S . J\rrl::>assadors and their families. For a list of attencees, see J\PPENDIX "E."

'Ihe Presicent participated in a J'.hoto opportmity with : Cllarles Zillkas, Cllairman, International Board of

Directors, Noo- Cormtl.ssicoed Of ficers Associaticn (N<Xl.2\)

Walter Kreuger, Presi<Ent, NO'.)A Charles Jad<san , National Service Director, NOOA C. A. "Mac" McKinney, Executive Director for Govern­

ment Affairs , NO'.)A William Hazel tco, Director of Ptblic Affairs, NOJA D:>uglas A. Riggs, Special Assistant for Public

Liaison

The Presid:nt participated in a J'.hoto opportmity with : Cdr. Karen s . J:ennis , the Presieent's third oousin

and currently a nurse at the l.hiversity of Maryland School of Nursing; Corrmander in the Naval :ieserves

Maj . Earl J:ennis, husband Frederid< J . Ryan , Jr., Special Assistant and

Director of Sdleduling

'Ihe Presid:nt met to receive the "Distinguished Leadership !ward" for outstanding policies benefiting the consurer with:

Art Weber, Ptblisher, Cbnsurers Digest; a bi- tronthl y consurer advire magazine

Frank Bowers, Editor, Consurbers Digest Virginia H, Knauer , Special Advisor for O:lnsurer

Affairs

'Ihe President met with : Henry Likes, President of the Arrerican Hard.tare

Manufacturers Association (AHM1\) ; filld Senior Vice President, Hager Hinge Conpany, St. Louis , Missouri

Richard Mason, 'Ihird Vire President, AHMA; and Presieent, Arres O:::rrpany, Parkersburg, West Virginia

'IhOITlaS Hem, Vire President, Lyall Electric, Inc., Kendallsville, Indiana

William Farrell , Executive Di rectnr, AHMA, Scharnberg Illinois

Sheldon Lond:>n, Legislative CoU'!Sel , AHMA, Washingtcn DC

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Joel Feldman, Legislative Counsel, .AHMA, Washington, DC

Faith R. Whi ttiesey, Assistant for Public Liaison 'Ihe purpose of the rreeting was to present the President with a tool kit for u;e at the Ranch including a caJlller ' s tool , ax, and saw.

'Ihe President rret to di.scu;s personnel matters with: Jdm S. Herrington, Assistant for Presidential

Personnel &Win M;iese III, Counsellor

P 'Ihe President talked with Ardlbishop Phillip Hannan, Ardlbishop of New Orleans.

'Ihe q:esident went to the Cbctor' s office.

'Ihe President returned to the second floor !Esidence.

'Ihe President had dinner.

R 'Ihe President talked with Mr. McFarlane.

'Ihe President rret with Mr. McFarlane.

P 'Ihe President talked with the First Lady in Los Angeles, Califomia.

'Ihe President retired.

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'lhe President had breakfast.

'lhe President telephc:ned Chris tine Crans, White House Usher ' s Office. 'lhe President talked wi th Usher , Janes W. F . Allen.

'lhe President went to the Map !born.

'lhe President participated in a taping sessi on for his regular Radio Address to the Naticn. '1l1e address was on the 1984 Smrrer Olynpic Ganes .

'lhe President returned to the sea:nd floor Jesidence.

'1he President returned to the Map R:x>m.

'lhe President participated in a taping session for an audio rressage to the Citizens for Arrerica groq:i .

'lhe Presid;nt went to the South Gromds .

'lhe President flew by Marine helicopter from the South Gromds to Andrews AFB , Maryl and. For a l i st of passengers , see APPENDIX "A. "

'lhe Presi dent f lew by Air Force One from Andrews AFB to the Los Angeles Internaticnal Airport , Los Angeles , California For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "B."

(Actual flying time: 5 hours , 3 minutes)

'1he President talked with Pete Fozelle , Corrmi.ssioner of the National Football leagi.e. '1he President' s renai:ks were broadcast to the Pro Football Hall of Faire in Canton , Chio during a cererrony for new inductees.

Ai r Fbroe One arrived at Los Angeles International Airport .

The President d;planed and was greeted by : '!he First Lady William Frend\ Smith , Attorney ~ral

'1he President and the First Lady went to the Marine helicopter. 'lhey were a=npani ed by:

Attorney General Smith George P . Sh ultz, Secretary o f State

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LQ5 .ANGELES IN~TIOOAL AIRPORI' IOS .ANGELES, CALIFORNIA

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'Ihe President and the First Lady flew by Marine helioopter from Los Angeles International Airport to the llniversicy of Southem Califomia, Cronwell Athletic Field landing zcne. For a list of passengers , see APPENDIX "A."

'Ihe President and the First Lady went to their rrotorcad: .

'Ihe President and the First Lady rrotored from the llniversicy of Southem Califomia, Cralwell Athl etic Field landing zcne to Heritage Hall.

'lhe President and tlle First Lady went outsid: the holding roor

'Ihe Presid:nt and the First Lady were greeted by : William E. Sinon , President of the U. S . Olynpic

Cortmittee Jarres H. Zutberge, President of the lhiversi cy o f

Southem Califoi:nia Peter v . ~rroth, President of the Los Angeles

Olynpic Organizing Carmi ttee Han:y L. Usher , E>a:!cuti ve Vice President and Gmera1

M311ager, Los Angeles Olynpic Organizing Corrmi.ttee F. D:o Miller, E>a:lcutive Director, U. S . Olynpic

Cortmittee Jen:y Lace , Operations Officer, U.S. Olynpic

Carmittee Phil Bn:backer, Mayor, Universi cy of Southem

Califoi:nia Olynpic Village and Group Vice President, Los Angeles Olyrrpic Organizing Carmi t tee

Anita D;!Frauti z, Director, lhi versi cy of Southern California Olynpic Village and Vice Presid:nt, Los Angeles Ol ynpic Organizing o:mni.ttee

Paul Wiggin , Los Angeles Olynpic Organizing Camri.ttee Fnvoy to the U. S . Olynpic 'learn

'lhe Presid:nt and the First Lady went insid: the holding roan.

'Ihe Presid:nt and the First Lady, accx:mpanied by Mr. Sinon, went to the Heritage Hall Pl aza offstage annomcerrent area.

'Ihe President and the First Lady greeted U. S. Olynpic 'learn Captains.

'Ihe Presid:nt and the First Lady , accx:xtpanied by Mr. Sim::in, went to the dais .

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lNIVERSI'lY OF SOl1IHEm CALIFORUA LO> N'ICELES, CALIFOINIA

JULY 28, 1984 TIME DAY

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'Ihe President addressed U.S. participating athletes in the 1984 Sunre:r Olynpic Ganes in I.os Angeles, california. ~rs of the press

'Ihe President was presented with a gift by o:rcaptain of the Fencing Team tl:?bbie Waples, and Captain of the Hancball Team BOO Djokovich.

'Ihe President and the First Lady retumed to their motor­cad:!.

'1he President <11d the First Lady notored from the Heritage Hall to ONens Hall. '!hey \olere acocirpanied by:

Mr. ZU!berge Michael K. D:!a'l.er, Ceputy Chief of Staff

'Ihe President and the First Lcrly ~re greeted inside by: Mrs . ZU!ber<]3 Anthony Lazzaro, Vice President for Bu;;iness Affairs,

U'li.versi ty of Southern califomia Mrs . J\nthony (Shirley) Lazzaro

'Ihe Presidential party had a private luicheon.

'lhe President <11d the First Lady retumed to their motor­cad:! .

'Ihe President and the First Lady not:ored fIClll ONens Hall to the Los J\n<]3leS 1'B!orial Colise\J'!I.

'Ihe President and the First Lady ~re greeted in entryway by President of the International Olynpic Corrmittee Juan Antonio Samaranch .

'Ihe President and the First Lady attenred the Opening Cerel1'0'lies of the 1984 Sumer Olynpic Ganes. ~rs of the press

'Ihe President and the First Lady went to their seats in the Presidential Box. For a list of other attendees, see APPENDIX "C."

'Ihe President was introduced by Mr. Samaranch.

'Ihe President officially opened the ganes with the words: "Celebrating the 23rd Olynpiad of the morern era, I reclare open the Olynpic Ganes of Los Angeles . "

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I.OS ANGELES MEM>RIAL COLISEUM I.OS ANGELES , CALIFORUA

JULY 28, 1984 TIME DAY

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'Ihe President participated in an interview with ABC anchoxman Peter Jennings during the "Parade of Flags. "

'Ihe President and the First Lacy retw:ned to their motor­cade.

'Ihe Presiden t and the First Lacy notored from the Los An<J:!les Memorial Coliseum to the lhi ...ersi ty of Southern California CromNell Athletic Field landing zone .

'Ihe President and the First Lacy flew by Marine helioopter from Crcm..iell Athletic Field to Vortac Landing zone, Rancho del Cielo , Santa Barbara, california . For a list of passeng:!rS , see APPENDIX "A. "

'Ihe President end the First Lacy motored from the landing :zone to their Rancho del Ci elo resi dence.

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'lhe President oolei:tioned Senator Al.an K. Sinpson (R-wyaning) • 'lhe call was not axipleood.

'Ille President talked with Senator Sinp;m.

'Ille President talked with his Assitant for Natimal Se=ity Affairs, Rebert C. McFarlane.

'!he President talked with Mr. McFarlane.

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'lhe Presi<Ent talked with Iepresentative William L. Dickson CR-Alabama).

'Ihe Presi<Ent teleiilcned Senator Arlen Specter CR-Pennsylvania). 'lhe call was not CXlllpleted.

'lhe President teleiilcned Senator J . Bennett Johnston CD-Louisiana) . 'lhe call was not CXlllpleted.

'lhe President talked with Senator John C. Stennis CD-Mississippi) .

'lhe Presi<Ent talked with Senator Johnstcn .

'lhe President talked with Senator Specter.

'lhe President talked with his Assistant for National Security Affairs , Itl:lert C. McFarlane.

'lhe President talked with Macy E. MacGillivay, Staff Office, Santa Bai:bara, califomia.

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'lhe President talked with Governor J~s R. 'lhonp;cn CR-Illinois). 'lhe call was broa<k:ast o'-"!r pii:>lic address system to the Naticnal Govei:nors ' Associaticn .Annual Sumer rreeting in Nashville, Tennessee .

'lhe P:resident telei:;hcned Juan R. 'lbrnella ~l Valle, Ju~, U.S. District of Puerto Rico. 'lhe call was not corrpleted.

'lhe P:resident talked with his Assistant for National Security Affairs, Robert C. McFarlane.

'Ihe P:resident talked with Judg;! Turnella.

'Ihe P:resident talked with Cynthia H. Hall, U. S. District Ju~ for the Qantral District of Califoi:nia.

'lhe P:resident telei:;hcned 'Ihorras J. l>quilino, Jr. , attorney with Ce.vis, Polk and War~ll law firm, New Yorl<, New Yorl< . 'Ihe call was not o:rnpleted.

'Ihe President telei:;hcned Enoi:y M. Sneeden, Comsel and Shareholder of M~air, Glenn, Konduros , Corley, Singletary , Porter and Dibble , Cbll.lllbia, South carolina. 'lhe call was not o:xipleted.

'Ihe President telei:;honed Paul M. Bator, Ceputy Solicitor General and Comselor to the Solicitor, Cepartmmt of Ju;tire. 'Ihe call was not oonpleted.

'lhe President telei:;hcned Olarles E. Wiggins, attorney with Pillsbury, Madison and Sutro, Washingtcn, D.C. 'Ihe call was not completed.

'Ihe P:resident telei:;hcned Fr<l1k H. Easterl:>rook, Professor of Law, lhi'-"!rsity of Olica<JJ Law Sdtool, Olica<JJ, Illinois. 'Ihe call was not corrpleted.

'Ihe P:resident talked with Mr. 1'\quilino.

'Ihe President talked with Mr. Bator.

'Ihe P:resi<Ent talked with Mr. Wiggins .

'Ihe P:resident talked with Mr. Easterbrook.

'Ihe President talked with Mr. Sneeden.

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