[Congressional Record Index (1987)]
[From the U.S. Government Publishing Office, www.gpo.gov]

STOKES, LOUIS (a Representative from Ohio)

      Black Health Choices and Advertising--The Critical Connection: 
        Therman E. Evans, 26403 [5OC]
      Black Indigent Health Care and Children: Kay Johnson, 
        30243 [29OC]
      Congressional Career of Robert F. Drinan: Philip A. Grant, Jr., 
        18839 [7JY]
      Harvard Community Services Center: Richard W. Pogue, 
        20285-20287 [20JY]
      Leadership and Achievement Award to Representative Stokes: 
        Jackie Parker, 37789-37792 [21DE]
      Prevention of Mental and Emotional Dysfunction in Poor Black 
        Children: Frederick C. Green, 30244 [29OC]
  Amendments offered by, to
      Appropriations: making supplemental (H.R. 1827), 9537 
      Committee on Appropriations (H. Res. 9), 19 [6JA]
      Committee on Intelligence (Select), 1687 [21JA]
      Committee To Investigate Covert Arms Transactions With Iran 
        (Select) (H. Res. 12), 832 [7JA]
      Conferee: H.R. 1748, Dept. of Defense appropriations, 28464 
      ------H.R. 2112, intelligence services appropriations, 21428 
      ------H.R. 2713, making appropriations for the District of 
        Columbia, 27961 [15OC]
      ------S. 1174, Dept. of Defense appropriations, 28465 
  Articles and editorials
      Adoption Agency Spreading Hope and Happiness, William Onyango, 
        Cleveland (OH) Plain Dealer, 27159 [8OC]
      Are North and Goetz Vigilantes? Hugh C. Donahue and Kevin R. 
        Stoner, Chicago Defender (publication), 34404 
      Bob Dole's Problem, Anthony Lewis, New York (NY) Times, 
        34411 [8DE]
      Carr, Council Dean, Was Father-Figure to Many, Margaret 
        Williams, 12730 [18MY]
      Carr Passing Reunites Forbes, Stokes, John P. Coyne, 
        12732 [18MY]
      Charles Carr Dies, RTA Power, Ex-Councilman, 12730 
      City for 1987 Is Cleveland! Eric Kinkopf, Cleveland (OH) Plain 
        Dealer, 4022 [24FE]
      Congressman Louis Stokes--Comfortable in the Hot Seat, Reggie 
        Terrell, Metro Chronicle (publication), 28350 [19OC]
      Family Celebrates, Carol D. Friedman, Centreville (VA) Centre 
        View, 24037 [15SE]
      Forerunner of Black Politicians, Sharon Jefferson, 12731 
      Friend Remembered, 12732 [18MY]
      From Kenya to Cleveland, a Message of Unity Grows, William 
        Onyango, Cleveland (OH) Plain Dealer, 27159 
      Indomitable Wilt Caught Knicks With Guard Down, Tom Weir, USA 
        Today (publication), 9013 [10AP]
      Listening to Jackson, Tom Wicker, New York (NY) Times, 
        10594 [29AP]
      Love Without Measure, Sherrye Henry, Washington (DC) Post, 
        12413 [13MY]
      Master of Compromise, Sharon Jefferson, 12731 
      Mr. Mom Finally Gets It All, Washington (DC) Post, 30248 
      Natalie Hinderas, 60, International Pianist, Daniel Webster, 
        Philadelphia (PA) Inquirer, 22129 [3AU]
      New Philanthropy--Money to Schoolchildren Instead of to Schools, 
        Matthew L. Wald, New York (NY) Times, 16573 
      100 Astonishing Points--25 Years Ago Today, Wilt Chamberlain 
        Made NBA History, Scott Ostler, Los Angeles (CA) Times, 
        9014-9017 [10AP]
      One Last House Call--Dr. J Makes Final Area Appearance, Bill 
        Livingston, Cleveland (OH) Plain Dealer, 9182-
        9184 [21AP]
      OSU President Demands Affirmative Action, Edward H. Jennings, 
        Cleveland (OH) Plain Dealer, 28524 [20OC]
      Political Patching Up, at Last--Forbes, Stokes Unite at Funeral, 
        Steve Luttner, 12732 [18MY]
      Reagan Selection for a Post in Education Declines Job, Lena 
        Williams, New York (NY) Times, 17902 [26JN]
      Remembering a Man Who Laughed, Roger Simon, Cleveland (OH) Plain 
        Dealer, 4028 [24FE]
      25 Years Ago, Legend Stood Tallest, Tom Weir, USA Today 
        (publication), 9014 [10AP]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
      Bankruptcy: benefits of retired employees (see H.R. 1186), 3517 
      ------extend provision relative to continuation of health 
        benefits for retirees (see H.R. 1912), 7728 [1AP]
      Cleveland, OH: designate John O. Holly Station of U.S. Postal 
        Service (see H.R. 3610), 30911 [4NO]
      Committee on Intelligence (Select): funds for investigations and 
        studies (see H. Res. 88), 3461 [18FE]
      Intelligence Oversight Act: enact (see H.R. 3822), 36481 
      Intelligence services: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 
        2112), 9323 [22AP]
      ------congressional oversight (see H.R. 1013), 2738 
      ------specific congressional authorization of funding (see H.R. 
        1131), 3460 [18FE]
      National Intelligence Community Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
        151), 3460 [18FE]
      Owens, Mrs. Jesse: Congressional Gold Medal (see H.R. 1270), 
        4088 [25FE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor
      Abandoned Infants Assistance Act: enact (see H.R. 3009), 30912 
      Acquired immune deficiency syndrome: establish national advisory 
        panel (see H.R. 2021), 14779 [4JN]
      Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome Education, Information, Risk 
        Reduction, Training, Prevention, Treatment, Care, and Research 
        Act: enact (see H.R. 2626), 19056 [8JY]
      Administrative law judges: establish corps (see H.R. 2726), 
        16775 [18JN]
      AFDC: assist States to provide child care services to recipients 
        (see H.R. 2405), 17103 [23JN]
      Africa: humanitarian relief and recovery for countries in 
        southern region (see H.R. 776), 3902 [23FE]
      African-American Education Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 329), 
        21470 [29JY]
      Agriculture: income averaging for victims of natural disasters 
        (see H.R. 1726), 17438 [25JN]
      ------raising of calves for veal (see H.R. 2859), 23649 
      Air traffic controllers: rehiring of certain (see H.R. 378), 
        15368 [10JN]
      Airlines: seating of persons holding tickets from bankrupt 
        companies (see H.R. 2491), 17103 [23JN]
      Aliens: grounds for exclusion and deportation (see H.R. 1119), 
        3460 [18FE]
      ------individuals with limited English proficiency (see H.R. 
        579), 1073 [8JA]
      American Gospel Arts Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 106), 2992 
      Animal Welfare Act: protect farm animals used in nonagricultural 
        research and prohibit unnecessary surgery (see H.R. 3233), 
        23079 [7AU]
      Animals: strengthen enforcement of quarantine laws (see H.R. 
        1986), 17438 [25JN]
      Appalachian Regional Development Act: amend (see H.R. 2686), 
        17438 [25JN]
      Arlington National Cemetery, VA: designate Tomb of the Unknowns 
        (see H.R. 1987), 18098 [29JN]
      Arms sales: requirements for export licenses for commercial 
        transactions (see H.R. 2694), 17698 [26JN]
      Arts: grant certain labor rights to employers and performers 
        (see H.R. 1638), 5862 [17MR]
      Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act: repeal (see 
        H.R. 275), 4161 [26FE]
      Baltic Freedom Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 159), 15369 
      Baltic States: freedom and independence for people of Estonia, 
        Latvia, and Lithuania (see H. Con. Res. 99), 18369 
      Bankruptcy: extend certain protections (see H.R. 1914), 7728 
      ------rejection of collective bargaining agreements by debtors 
        (see H.R. 931), 5494 [11MR]
      Banks and banking: establish system for regulating national 
        banking associations (see H.R. 1172), 16775 [18JN]
      ------restrictions on availability of deposited funds (see H.R. 
        28), 1837 [22JA]
      Brailovsky, Leonid: efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union (see 
        H. Res. 213), 17438 [25JN]
      Budget: effective dates of deferral of budget authority (see 
        H.R. 1181), 16775 [18JN]
      Census: remedy historic undercount of poor and minorities (see 
        H.R. 3511), 28517 [20OC]
      Citizenship: naturalization of certain Filipino war veterans 
        (see H.R. 1244), 4087 [25FE]
      Civil liberties: civil action for recovery from persons engaging 
        in torture (see H.R. 1417), 19055 [8JY]
      Civil rights: acquisition and publication of data about crimes 
        that manifest prejudice based on race, religion, sexual 
        orientation, or ethnicity (see H.R. 3193), 29307 
      ------clarify amended Education Act, Rehabilitation Act, Age 
        Discrimination Act, and Civil Rights Act (see H.R. 1214), 4009 
      ------prohibit discrimination on basis of affectional or sexual 
        orientation (see H.R. 709), 1793 [21JA]
      Civil Rights Act: filing compliance reports with EEOC (see H.R. 
        3330), 28518 [20OC]
      Clean Water Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 307), 19137 
      Coastal zones: control erosion and flooding (see H.R. 2807), 
        17697 [26JN]
      Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians: 
        implement recommendations (see H.R. 442), 865 [7JA]
      Committee on Hunger (Select): establish (see H. Res. 14), 110 
      Communications: clarify congressional intent concerning 
        requirements that broadcasters afford opportunity for 
        discussion of conflicting views (see H.R. 1934), 7780 
      ------comparative renewal process relative to radio and 
        television stations (see H.R. 1140), 6966 [26MR]
      ------prohibit encryption of broadcast television programming 
        produced with Federal subsidization (see H.R. 2546), 17103 
      Comprehensive Alzheimer's Assistance, Research, and Education 
        Act: enact (see H.R. 3130), 33334 [1DE]
      Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act: amend (see H.R. 1051), 5494 
      Congregate Housing Services Program: reauthorization and funding 
        (see H. Con. Res. 101), 13130 [20MY]
      Congress: issue stamp commemorating 100th (see H. Con. Res. 39), 
        8019 [6AP]
      ------striking of medals commemorating 100th (see H.R. 972), 
        8019 [6AP]
      Conservation of natural resources: protect caves on public lands 
        (see H.R. 1975), 19900 [15JY]
      Constitution: attendance of Representatives, Senators, and other 
        appropriate persons at ceremony in Philadelphia, PA, in honor 
        of bicentennial (see H. Con. Res. 131), 15369 [10JN]
      ------guarantees on the 1st, 14th, and 15th amendments (see H.R. 
        1582), 9082 [21AP]
      Consumer Product Safety Act: establish uniform standards (see 
        H.R. 1115), 19136 [9JY]
      Copyright: audiovisual works for inpatients in health care 
        facilities (see H.R. 2429), 19056 [8JY]
      Crime and criminals: authorizing funds for drug law enforcement 
        programs (see H.R. 1411), 10023 [27AP]
      ------forfeiture of collateral profits of crimes (see H.R. 
        2335), 20360 [21JY]
      ------penalties for damage to religious property and injury (see 
        H.R. 1248), 4087 [25FE]
      Czechoslovakia: tribute to Charter 77 (see H. Con. Res. 14), 
        20361 [21JY]
      Decade of the Brain: designate (see H.J. Res. 260), 18734 
      Defense contracts: economic adjustment of communities and 
        industries affected by reductions or realignments (see H.R. 
        813), 2069 [28JA]
      Dept. of Defense: prohibit upgrading of Maverick missiles for 
        Saudi Arabia (see H.J. Res. 302), 14579 [3JN]
      Dept. of Energy: authorizing appropriations for superconducting 
        supercollider program (see H.R. 3228), 23078 [7AU]
      Dept. of HHS: establish National Center for Biotechnology 
        Information (see H.R. 393), 16290 [16JN]
      Dept. of State: minority employment (see H. Con. Res. 143), 
        17698 [26JN]
      Dept. of the Treasury: develop program to expand use of 
        underutilized banks by Federal agencies (see H.R. 1656), 5863 
      Developing countries: promote integration of women in 
        development process (see H.R. 1802), 21186 [27JY]
      ------put resources in hands directly to develop self-
        sufficiency (see H.R. 910), 7429 [31MR]
      Diseases: grant program for acquired immune deficiency syndrome 
        counseling and testing (see H.R. 3071), 28347 [19OC]
      ------public service announcements about acquired immune 
        deficiency syndrome epidemic (see H. Con. Res. 70), 5495 
      District of Columbia: collection of sales taxes by nonresidents 
        (see H.R. 1891), 20780 [22JY]
      ------statehood admission as New Columbia (see H.R. 51), 10586 
      Dominick V. Daniels Postal Facility, NJ: designate (see H.R. 
        2985), 24135 [16SE]
      Drug abuse: restrictions on testing by Government and other 
        employers (see H.R. 691), 6632 [24MR]
      Economic conditions: protect and improve quality of life through 
        capitalism (see H.R. 1398), 4778 [4MR]
      Economic Dislocation and Worker Adjustment Assistance Act: enact 
        (see H.R. 1122), 8123 [7AP]
      Education: financial assistance for deprived children (see H.R. 
        950), 5864 [17MR]
      ------grants for dropout prevention and reentry demonstration 
        projects (see H.R. 738), 1918 [26JA]
      ------individuals with limited English proficiency (see H.R. 
        579), 1073 [8JA]
      ------programs relative to contributions of Martin Luther King, 
        Jr. (see H.R. 2173), 30649 [3NO]
      ------States to instruct children in the history of Holocaust 
        (see H. Con. Res. 66), 6212 [18MR]
      Education Day U.S.A.: designate (see H.J. Res. 200), 7729 
      82d Airborne Division Association, Inc.: charter (see H.R. 
        1782), 29738 [28OC]
      El Salvador: GAO investigation of displaced Salvadorans (see 
        H.R. 618), 6777 [25MR]
      Elections: appointment of electors of President and Vice 
        President by Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam, and 
        Northern Mariana Islands (see H.J. Res. 217), 7428 
      Emergency Aid to Homeless Families Act: enact (see H.R. 437), 
        865 [7JA]
      Employee Educational Assistance Act: enact (see H.R. 1692), 6208 
      Employment: bonus for placement of certain persons (see H.R. 
        2246), 16290 [16JN]
      ------prohibit discrimination on basis of cancer history (see 
        H.R. 1546), 16569 [17JN]
      ------training for AFDC recipients (see H.R. 2245), 16290 
      EPA: data collection and dissemination relative to chemical 
        emissions (see H.R. 2800), 23081 [7AU]
      ------establish program of environmental research, development, 
        and demonstration relating to groundwater contamination and 
        resources (see H.R. 2253), 21378 [28JY]
      Ethanol: increase use as motor fuel (see H.R. 2052), 17103 
      Ethiopia: promote democracy (see H.R. 588), 13129 
      FAA: development of collision avoidance systems (see H.R. 1517), 
        21378 [28JY]
      Fair Housing Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 201), 9083 
      Farisani, Tshenuwani S.: release from detention in Venda, South 
        Africa (see H. Con. Res. 26), 2225 [29JA]
      Farm credit system: secondary market for agricultural mortgages 
        (see H.R. 2435), 17103 [23JN]
      FCC: establish Office of Ethnic and Minority Affairs (see H.R. 
        1234), 14260 [2JN]
      ------promote diversity in media ownership, management, and 
        programming (see H.R. 1090), 3300 [11FE]
      Federal aid programs: increased funding for the Special 
        Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children 
        (see H.J. Res. 192), 8389 [8AP]
      Federal employees: authority of Sec. of the Treasury to enter 
        into agreements with certain cities or counties for 
        withholding of taxes (see H.R. 755), 26814 [7OC]
      ------equitable pay practices (see H.R. 387), 863 
      ------establish Voluntary Leave Transfer Program (see H.R. 
        2487), 19901 [15JY]
      ------improve pay and management (see H.R. 2091), 16569 
      ------permit certain retirees to resume coverage under group 
        life insurance (see H.R. 2125), 20906 [23JY]
      ------right to participate in political process (see H.R. 3400), 
        27716 [13OC]
      Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act: require that label state 
        usual name and amount of each fat or oil, and amount of 
        cholesterol, sodium, and potassium (see H.R. 1902), 12388 
      Firearms (see H.R. 2732), 22314 [4AU]
      ------waiting period before sale, transfer, or delivery of a 
        handgun (see H.R. 975), 8669 [9AP]
      Fish and fisheries: plastic drift nets (see H.R. 940), 17103 
      Food: distribution of excess cheese held by CCC (see H.R. 607), 
        1074 [8JA]
      Food and Stamp Act: increase dependent care deduction (see H.R. 
        1843), 11865 [8MY]
      Foreign relations: support of Congress for July 29, 1987, 
        agreement between Sri Lanka and India (see H. Con. Res. 173), 
        23082 [7AU]
      Foreign trade: documentation of Canadian vessels (see H. Con. 
        Res. 157), 19136 [9JY]
      ------prohibit importation of items made by child labor which 
        violates internationally recognized child labor rights (see 
        H.R. 3112), 22588 [5AU]
      Gambling: regulate parimutuel wagering to receive and share 
        Government criminal identification records (see H.R. 2611), 
        23649 [9SE]
      Garvey, Marcus: mail fraud charges (see H. Con. Res. 84), 14261 
      Gaucher's Disease Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 227), 
        23712 [10SE]
      German-American Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 180), 21186 
      Gluzman, Semyon: efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union (see H.J. 
        Res. 314), 17104 [23JN]
      Government contractors: liability (see H.R. 2378), 12135 
      Government procurement: interests on overdue payments (see H.R. 
        1663), 25749 [30SE]
      Great Lakes: prepare maps of shorelines (see H.R. 2809), 17697 
      ------protection from shoreline erosion (see H.R. 1068), 3259 
      ------study expansion of coastal barrier resources system to 
        include areas of unprotected shoreline (see H.R. 2810), 17697 
      Greek Independence Day--A National Day of Celebration of Greek 
        and American Democracy: designate (see H.J. Res. 383), 33776 
      Greensboro, NC: designate L. Richardson Preyer Federal Building 
        (see H.R. 3327), 24890 [22SE]
      Hamadei, Mohammed: extradition for murder trial (see H. Con. 
        Res. 94), 14187 [1JN]
      Handicapped: make discrimination an unlawful employment practice 
        (see H.R. 192), 6210 [18MR]
      Handicapped Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 245), 13130 
      Hazardous Materials Rail Safety Act: enact (see H.R. 2056), 
        17438 [25JN]
      Hazardous Materials Transportation Act: restrict transport of 
        radioactive materials through high-density city areas (see 
        H.R. 1646), 17211 [24JN]
      Hazardous substances: incineration at sea (see H.R. 737), 28518 
      ------labeling requirement (see H.R. 2866), 18680 
      Health: direct payment or reimbursement of certain health care 
        professionals (see H.R. 382), 19136 [9JY]
      ------Federal child care program (see H.R. 3660), 32963 
      Helsinki Human Rights Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 282), 18098 
      Homeless: assistance (see H.R. 286, 558), 860 [7JA], 1072 [8JA]
      House of Representatives: require committee reports on 
        legislation requiring new employee benefits to include 
        analysis of impact on employment and world competitiveness 
        (see H. Res. 188), 17104 [23JN]
      Housing: enforcement of civil rights (see H.R. 1158), 3516 
      ------Sec. of HUD permanent authority to insure mortgages on 
        single-family and multifamily dwellings (see H.R. 1228), 19055 
      Hunger: allow contribution of tax refunds for domestic and 
        international relief (see H.R. 81), 16775 [18JN]
      Immigration: adjustment of status of certain Irish nationals 
        (see H.R. 3432), 35576 [14DE]
      ------GAO investigation of displaced Salvadorans and Nicaraguans 
        (see H.R. 618), 6777 [25MR]
      ------permit entry of Vietnamese Amerasians (see H.R. 3171), 
        25482 [29SE]
      ------special status for aliens who have served in Armed Forces 
        (see H.R. 2383), 15368 [10JN]
      ------waive continuous residence requirement for spouses and 
        children of legalized aliens (see H.R. 1812), 17211 
      Immigration and Nationality Act: waive continuous residence 
        requirement for parents of U.S. citizen children (see H.R. 
        1813), 17438 [25JN]
      Indians: implement settlement of Colorado Ute Indian reserved 
        water rights claims in southwest Colorado (see H.R. 2642), 
        17103 [23JN]
      Industry: enhance competitiveness (see H.R. 3), 105 
      ------training to assure competitiveness of U.S. workers (see 
        H.R. 90), 8123 [7AP]
      International Association of Fire Fighters: recognize (see H. 
        Con. Res. 87), 21378 [28JY]
      International Special Olympics Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
        248), 16291 [16JN]
      Intravenous Substance Abuse and AIDS Prevention Act: enact (see 
        H.R. 3292), 24134 [16SE]
      Iran: deny most-favored-nation status (see H.R. 3338), 24956 
      ------support U.N. efforts to end war with Iraq and bring end to 
        human rights abuses (see H. Con. Res. 192), 33231 
      Iraq: support U.N. efforts to end war with Iran (see H. Con. 
        Res. 192), 33231 [30NO]
      Iron and steel industry: unfair trade practices (see H.R. 2062), 
        13129 [20MY]
      Irradiated food: labeling (see H.R. 956), 8019 [6AP]
      Israel: recognition by Vatican (see H. Con. Res. 60), 8389 
      Jewish Heritage Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 67), 8388 
      Jews: treatment of those wishing to emigrate from Soviet Union 
        (see H. Res. 199), 18683 [1JY]
      Just Say No to Drugs Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 108), 4780 
      King, Martin Luther, Jr.: establish monument on public land (see 
        H.R. 640), 17211 [24JN]
      ------placement of time capsule honoring (see H.J. Res. 135), 
        2739 [4FE]
      Lasker, Mary: award special gold medal (see H.R. 390), 3518 
      Leave of absence: protection of employee's employment and 
        benefits in case of birth, adoption, or health condition (see 
        H.R. 925), 5724 [16MR]
      Legislative branch: establish commission to study compensation 
        and other personnel policies and practices (see H. Con. Res. 
        120), 17104 [23JN]
      Leyte Landing Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 256), 17211 
      Library of Congress: make rank structure and pay for law 
        enforcement officers same as rank and pay for Capitol Police 
        (see H.R. 2249), 13433 [21MY]
      Lithuanian Independence Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 129), 2741 
      Local governments: grant discretion to assign mailing addresses 
        to sites within their jurisdictions (see H.R. 1742), 16958 
      ------permit municipal bodies to qualify for third-class mail 
        rates (see H.R. 1017), 6632 [24MR]
      Mandela, Nelson R.: designate June 26, 1988, as a national day 
        of recognition (see H.J. Res. 382), 28518 [20OC]
      Marcus Garvey Recognition Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 276), 
        19056 [8JY]
      Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Building, Atlanta, GA: designate 
        (see H.R. 3811), 36481 [18DE]
      Medical care: ensure access to quality care and contain costs of 
        system (see H.R. 200), 4780 [4MR]
      Medicare: long-term care benefits for chronically ill 
        individuals and children (see H.R. 2762), 32963 
      ------retain payment methodology for physicians' services (see 
        H. Con. Res. 30), 11865 [8MY]
      ------waive 24-month waiting period for eligibility for acquired 
        immune deficiency syndrome patients (see H.R. 276), 860 
      Members of Congress: attendance at ceremony in Philadelphia, PA, 
        in honor of bicentennial of Constitution (see H. Con. Res. 
        131), 15369 [10JN]
      Mental Illness Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 144), 
        11265 [5MY]
      Merchant marine: benefits to World War II veterans (see H.R. 
        1235), 9647 [23AP]
      ------require approval of Secs. of State and Defense before a 
        vessel registered to a foreign country may be documented under 
        U.S. laws (see H.R. 2645), 17211 [24JN]
      Military bases: Federal assistance in areas affected by closures 
        and termination of contracts (see H.R. 1303), 4160 
      Minimum wage: establish fair and equitable (see H.R. 1834), 
        18682 [1JY]
      Minorities: education of medical personnel (see H.R. 954), 2736 
      Minority Business Development Administration: establish in Dept. 
        of Commerce to clarify relationship with SBA (see H.R. 1769), 
        8670 [9AP]
      Music: designation of jazz as rare and valuable national 
        treasure (see H. Con. Res. 57), 4549 [3MR]
      Narcotics: establish national and international control policy 
        (see H.R. 2454), 17697 [26JN]
      ------illegal use among college students (see H. Res. 272), 
        24890 [22SE]
      National Adoption Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 274), 11946 
      National Arts Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 336), 30378 
      National Association of State Directors of Veterans Affairs, 
        Inc.: charter (see H.R. 1259), 11362 [6MY]
      National Barbershop Quartet Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 
        261), 16776 [18JN]
      National Black American Inventors Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 
        377), 29307 [27OC]
      National Black History Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 64), 2741 
      National Cancer Institute Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 54), 
        3518 [19FE]
      National Catfish Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 178), 6211 
      National Centenarians Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 319), 18369 
      National Center for Biotechnology Information: establish (see 
        H.R. 393), 16290 [16JN]
      National Child Identification and Safety Information Day: 
        designate (see H.J. Res. 356), 23935 [15SE]
      National Child Safety Awareness Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 
        32), 9082 [21AP]
      National Child Support Enforcement Month: designate (see H.J. 
        Res. 313), 22128 [3AU]
      National Civil Rights Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 140), 6211 
      National Community Development Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
        91), 8388 [8AP]
      National Community Education Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 24), 
        7239 [30MR]
      National Dairy Goat Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
        17), 11865 [8MY]
      National Day of Excellence: designate (see H.J. Res. 92), 19056 
      National Day of Peace: designate (see H.J. Res. 152), 5865 
      National Day of Remembrance of Victims of the Armenian Genocide: 
        designate (see H.J. Res. 132), 2739 [4FE]
      National Day of the Disabled: designate (see H.J. Res. 240), 
        22314 [4AU]
      National Diabetes Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 254), 13433 
      National Digestive Diseases Awareness Month: designate (see H.J. 
        Res. 150), 9326 [22AP]
      National Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness Week: designate 
        (see H.J. Res. 300), 23082 [7AU]
      National Economic Commission Act: enact (see H.J. Res. 311), 
        17104 [23JN]
      National Energy Education Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 182), 
        5259 [10MR]
      National Fallen Fire Fighters Memorial, CO: recognize (see H. 
        Con. Res. 87), 21378 [28JY]
      National Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Awareness Week: designate (see 
        H.J. Res. 166), 10023 [27AP]
      National Food Bank Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 368), 30390 
      National Foster Care Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 289), 17211 
      National Historically Black Colleges Week: designate (see H.J. 
        Res. 193), 6210 [18MR]
      National Home Care Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 257), 31635 
      National Home Remodeling Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 163), 
        10586 [29AP]
      National Hospice Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 234), 24136 
      National Job Skills Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 288), 16291 
      National Labor Relations Act: amend provision relative to 
        collective bargaining in building and construction industry 
        (see H.R. 281), 5724 [16MR]
      National Literacy Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 251), 17698 
      National Medical Research Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 340), 
        23877 [14SE]
      National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum: recognize (see H.R. 
        958), 20284 [20JY]
      National Minority Cancer Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. 
        Res. 119), 4781 [4MR]
      National Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness Week: designate (see 
        H.J. Res. 189), 5864 [17MR]
      National Osteoporosis Prevention Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
        127), 9325 [22AP]
      National Philanthropy Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 308), 27930 
      National Podiatric Medicine Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 114), 
        13130 [20MY]
      National Policy and Technology Foundation: establish (see H.R. 
        2165), 22314 [4AU]
      National Polio Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 253), 
        12388 [13MY]
      National Quality First Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 365), 26401 
      National Recycling Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 389), 32684 
      National Safety Belt Use Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 338), 
        22589 [5AU]
      National Sea Grant College Program: establishment of strategic 
        research program (see H.R. 3017), 24678 [21SE]
      ------improve (see H.R. 2808), 17697 [26JN]
      National Senior Citizens Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 138), 
        17438 [25JN]
      National Shut-In Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 145), 8388 
      National Telecommunicators Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 353), 
        33334 [1DE]
      National VITA Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 292), 19056 
      National Watermen's Recognition Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
        303), 30240 [29OC]
      National Women in Sports Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 399), 
        30911 [4NO]
      National Women Veterans Recognition Week: designate (see H.J. 
        Res. 43), 22799 [6AU]
      National Women's Health Awareness Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 
        246), 22589 [5AU]
      National Year of Shelter for the Homeless: designate (see H.J. 
        Res. 219), 16569 [17JN]
      News media: memorial for those killed while covering a war or 
        other hostilities (see H.J. Res. 183), 7430 [31MR]
      Nicaragua: GAO investigation of displaced Nicaraguans (see H.R. 
        618), 6777 [25MR]
      Northwest Ordinance: commemorate (see H.J. Res. 181), 5259 
      Nuclear energy: assurance of plant safety (see H.R. 2279), 19564 
      Nuclear warfare: mutual, simultaneous, and verifiable testing 
        moratorium (see H.R. 12), 2520 [3FE]
      Occupational illness: establish system to identify, notify, and 
        prevent illness among workers at high risk (see H.R. 162), 
        6285 [19MR]
      Ohio National Guard: commending (see H. Con. Res. 187), 23933 
      Older Americans Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 173), 4918 
      Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act: amount of benefits 
        payable on death of public safety officers (see H.R. 80), 
        17103 [23JN]
      OTA: report on hazardous waste reduction and management (see 
        H.R. 3300), 24352 [17SE]
      Partnerships in Education Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 191), 
        19137 [9JY]
      Persian Gulf: involvement of U.S. Armed Forces (see H.R. 2680), 
        21632 [30JY]
      Pesticide Price Competition Act: enact (see H.R. 2569), 18682 
      Phi Alpha Fraternity: establish monument to Martin Luther King, 
        Jr. (see H.R. 640), 17211 [24JN]
      Plants: strengthen enforcement of quarantine laws (see H.R. 
        1986), 17438 [25JN]
      Plastics: disposal of certain materials at sea (see H.R. 940), 
        17103 [23JN]
      Point Udall, Guam: designate (see H.R. 2434), 19901 
      Polish American Heritage Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 266), 
        17439 [25JN]
      Polygraphs: prohibit use by employers involved in interstate 
        commerce (see H.R. 1212), 4009 [24FE]
      Postage stamps, commemorative: issue honoring 100th Congress 
        (see H. Con. Res. 39), 8019 [6AP]
      Postal Service: permit municipal bodies to qualify for third-
        class mail (see H.R. 1017), 6632 [24MR]
      Poverty: emergency shelter for the homeless (see H.R. 437), 865 
      Public housing: construction and revitalization (see H.R. 918), 
        2518 [3FE]
      Public Works and Economic Development Act: amend (see H.R. 
        2686), 17438 [25JN]
      Railroads: hazardous materials emergency response procedures 
        (see H.R. 2056), 17438 [25JN]
      Refugees: Federal aid programs (see H.J. Res. 252), 16569 
      Religion: criminal penalties for damage to religious property 
        and injury (see H.R. 1249), 4087 [25FE]
      Retired Enlisted Association, Inc.: grant charter (see H.R. 
        732), 17697 [26JN]
      Salomon, Haym: permit monuments in Capitol Building and on 
        public land (see H.R. 135), 28009 [15OC]
      SEC: pay rewards for information on insider trading and market 
        manipulation (see H.R. 2494), 33063 [20NO]
      Securities: require foreign persons to register investments (see 
        H.R. 312), 8387 [8AP]
      Securities Exchange Act: amend (see H.R. 1601), 17103 
      Senior Center Week: designate (see H.J. Res. 196), 13130 
      Small business: fixed term participation period for socially and 
        economically disadvantaged firms (see H.R. 2972), 22314 
      Small Business Act: amend (see H.R. 1607), 17438 
      Social conditions: remedy historic undercount of poor and 
        minorities in the decennial census of population (see H.R. 
        3511), 28517 [20OC]
      Social Security: more gradual changes in 1977 computation rules 
        as they apply to workers attaining age 65 in or after 1982 
        (see H.R. 1917), 7779 [2AP]
      ------transfer of railroad retirement system functions (see H. 
        Con. Res. 133), 14579 [3JN]
      South Africa: immediate release of detained children (see H. 
        Res. 141), 8387 [8AP]
      ------prohibit investments (see H.R. 1580), 5558 
      ------release of Tshenuwani S. Farisani from detention in Venda 
        (see H. Con. Res. 26), 2225 [29JA]
      Southern Africa Development Coordination Conference: support 
        regional development programs (see H.R. 967), 3261 
      Soviet Union: challenge status of Berlin Wall (see H. Con. Res. 
        148), 21379 [28JY]
      ------emigration of Abraham Stolar (see H. Con. Res. 5), 18098 
      ------relative to forced labor policies (see H. Con. Res. 83), 
        18369 [30JN]
      ------treatment of Jews wishing to emigrate (see H. Res. 199), 
        18683 [1JY]
      ------U.S. citizens to maintain regular contact with relatives 
        (see H. Con. Res. 68), 10275 [28AP]
      ------violations of civil liberties (see H. Con. Res. 34), 2225 
      Soweto Remembrance Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 317), 16289 
      Special Commission on Civil Service Policy: establish (see H.R. 
        2699), 16289 [16JN]
      States: collection of sales taxes by nonresidents (see H.R. 
        1891), 20780 [22JY]
      Syria: comply with request of Federal Republic of Germany for 
        extradition of Alois Brunner (see H. Con. Res. 216), 33231 
      Taxation: allow certain associations of football coaches to have 
        qualified pension plan (see H.R. 1093), 24135 [16SE]
      ------allow contribution of tax refunds for domestic and 
        international hunger relief (see H.R. 81), 16775 
      ------credit against income tax for purchase and installation of 
        locks and other security devices on residences (see H.R. 
        2051), 17697 [26JN]
      ------credit for care of aged (see H.R. 631), 2070 
      ------deduct expenses incurred in filing withholding 
        certificates whether or not itemized (see H.R. 1347), 17438 
      ------educational benefits provided under certain prepaid 
        college education contracts (see H.R. 2404), 23081 
      ------establish Peace Tax Fund and Board of Trustees (see H.R. 
        2041), 32963 [19NO]
      ------increase amount of credit for dependent care expenses (see 
        H.R. 2456), 17103 [23JN]
      ------interest on educational loans (see H.R. 592), 6777 
      ------minority owned communication entities (see H.R. 332), 2740 
      ------prohibit transfer of tax return information by preparers 
        in conjunction with the sale of business (see H.R. 1196), 
        17103 [23JN]
      ------scholarships, fellowships, and education loans (see H.R. 
        2649), 15367 [10JN]
      ------valuation for estate tax purposes of items created by 
        decedents (see H.R. 2239), 17438 [25JN]
      Telephone: permit uniform emergency number systems (see H.R. 
        721), 19900 [15JY]
      Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Program: funds (see H.R. 
        906), 2520 [3FE]
      Textile industry and fabrics: remedy injury caused by imports 
        (see H.R. 1154), 5260 [10MR]
      Tropical Forest Protection Act: enact (see H.R. 3010), 22127 
      Truth in Lending Act: amend (see H.R. 1584, 2609), 5558 
        [12MR], 18098 [29JN]
      U.S. Olympic Festival-1987 Celebration: designate (see H.J. Res. 
        316), 19678 [14JY]
      U.S. Olympic Festival-1987 Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 316), 
        19678 [14JY]
      VA: discounted sales to Vietnam-era veterans of homes held for 
        extended time (see H.R. 3721), 36151 [17DE]
      ------establish as executive department (see H.R. 3471), 31964 
      Veterans: eligibility for beneficiary travel benefits to VA 
        medical facilities (see H.R. 2327), 17103 [23JN]
      Vietnam veterans: VA coverage for post-traumatic stress 
        disorders (see H.R. 38), 18682 [1JY]
      Vietnam Veterans Memorial: display U.S. flag at apex (see H.R. 
        1600), 28010 [15OC]
      Wallenberg, Raoul: erect monument to honor (see H.J. Res. 403), 
        36482 [18DE]
      White House Conference on Child Abuse: convene (see H.R. 2832), 
        18097 [29JN]
      Wilbur J. Cohen Federal Building: designate (see H.R. 2655), 
        15367 [10JN]
      Women: economic equity (see H.R. 2577), 14259 [2JN]
      Women's History Month: designate (see H.J. Res. 79), 3461 
      World Food Day: designate (see H.J. Res. 194), 25750 
      Year of the Hawaiian: designate (see H.J. Res. 322), 17210 
      Young, Charles E. posthumous commission to brigadier general 
        (see H.R. 1588), 8670 [9AP]
      Zaire: conditions for U.S. assistance (see H.R. 3355), 25481 
      James Robinson Family, Carol D. Friedman, Centreville (VA) 
        Centre View, 24037 [15SE]
      Cancer patient at 16 years old: Kimberly Stanley (sundry), 
        26409 [5OC]
      Investigation of potential criminal violations relative to 
        certain alleged misinformation, by, 23627 [9SE]
      Forging a New Attack Against Criminal Copyright Offenders Via 
        Civil RICO: Leslie Shoup, 24024-
        24027 [15SE]
      Tribute, 16580 [17JN]
  Remarks by, on
      AFDC: restructure (H.R. 1720), 35699 [15DE]
      Aged: treatment of claims for certain benefits (H.R. 2969), 
        27670, 27671 [13OC]
      Appropriations: making supplemental (H.R. 1827), 9537 
      Bankruptcy: amend code relative to retired employees (H.R. 
        1186), 5475-5478 [11MR]
      Black History Month: observance, 3986 [24FE]
      Blacks: health care, 30243 [29OC]
      B'nai B'rith Women of Cleveland, OH: anniversary, 28531 
      Bork, Robert H.: Supreme Court nomination, 23706 
      Charny, Benjamin: efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 
        28158 [15OC]
      Cleveland, OH: anniversary of B'nai B'rith Women, 28531 
      ------Canterbury Elementary School, 13308 
      ------John O. Holly Station of U.S. Postal Service (H.R. 3610), 
        30913 [4NO]
      Committee To Investigate Covert Arms Transactions With Iran 
        (Select): termination of affairs (H. Res. 330), 34775 
      Congress: oversight of intelligence activities (H.R. 1013), 
        36476 [18DE]
      Congressional budget: setting forth for fiscal years 1988-90 (H. 
        Con. Res. 93), 8600 [9AP]
      Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 32125 
      Depts. of Labor, HHS, Education, and related agencies: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3058), 22476 [5AU]
      Diseases: acquired immune deficiency syndrome epidemic, 
        26988 [8OC]
      FEMA Emergency Food and Shelter Program: funding (H.J. Res. 
        102), 1987 [27JA]
      Ford, Representative Harold E.: indictment, 13032 
      Harambee (organization): tribute, 27159 [8OC]
      Harvard Community Services Center: annual meeting, 20285 
      Health: blacks as target audience of advertising, 26403 
      Homeless: appropriations (H.J. Res. 102), 2044 
      Homosexuals: rights, 26988 [8OC]
      Intelligence Oversight Act: amend (H.R. 1013), 2711 
      Intelligence services: appropriations (H.R. 2112), 14179 
      ------appropriations (H.R. 2112), appointment of conferees, 
        21428 [29JY]
      ------appropriations (H.R. 2112), conference report, 32124 
      ------appropriations (H.R. 2112), permission to file conference 
        report, 31611 [10NO]
      ------congressional oversight (H.R. 1013), 36476 
      Jews: efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 2705 
        [4FE], 7413 [31MR], 28158 [15OC]
      Kosharovsky, Yuli: efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 
        2705 [4FE]
      Loury, Glenn C.: Dept. of Education nominee withdraws, 
        17902 [26JN]
      Mariasin family: efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 
        2705 [4FE]
      National Foster Care Month: designate (H.J. Res. 289), 
        14430 [2JN]
      Nicaragua: moratorium on U.S. assistance to Contras (H.J. Res. 
        175), 5195 [10MR], 5427 [11MR]
      Ohio State University: affirmative action, 28524 
      Radomyslsky, Iosif: efforts to emigrate from Soviet Union, 
        2705 [4FE]
      Robinson-Naylor-Harris: family reunion, 24037 
      Shaker Heights, OH, Middle School: recipient of Secondary School 
        Recognition Award from Dept. of Education, 18846 
      South Africa: atrocities committed against blacks, 18359 
      Soviet Union: efforts of Jews to emigrate, 2705 
        [4FE], 7413 [31MR], 24124 [16SE], 28158 
      ------Shultz-Shevardnardze meeting on Soviet Jewry, 24124 
      Villa Angela Academy: recipient of Secondary School Recognition 
        Award from Dept. of Education, 18846 [7JY]
  Remarks in House relative to
      Congressional Record: revise and extend remarks, 2516 
        [3FE], 2713, 2727 
        [4FE], 5195 [10MR], 5478 
        [11MR], 7726 [1AP], 
        8600, 8664 [9AP], 
        14179 [1JN], 16566 [17JN], 17435 [25JN], 17696 
        [26JN], 18679 [1JY], 
        19561 [13JY], 26989 [8OC], 27174 [9OC], 28516 
        [20OC], 30897 [4NO], 
        36478 [18DE]
      Special order: granted, 2067 [28JA], 2735 
        [4FE], 3219 [9FE], 4914 
        [5MR], 18366 [30JN], 
        23875 [14SE], 28516 [20OC], 
        30647 [3NO]
      Tribute, 28350 [19OC]
  Remarks in Senate relative to
      Tribute, 37789 [21DE]
      Committee on Intelligence (Select), 2736 [4FE]
      Foreign Travel Expenditures, 11262 [5MY], 
        22795 [6AU], 24347 [17SE], 33055 [20NO]
  Reports filed
      Intelligence Services Appropriations Authorization (H.R. 2112): 
        committee of conference, 31627-31633 
      ------committee of conference (H.R. 2112) (H. Rept. 100-432), 
        31634 [10NO]
      Intelligence Support to Arms Control: Committee on Intelligence 
        (Select) (H. Rept. 100-450), 32962 [19NO]
      Committee on Intelligence (Select), 2727-2730 [4FE]
      Addressing Oliver North During the Iran/Contra Hearings: by, 
        20791 [22JY]
      Federal Control of International Brotherhood of Teamsters: 
        Representative Clay, 19577 [13JY]
      Committee on Armed Services (House): Dept. of Defense's 
        Implementation of Public Law Which Established a 5% Goal for 
        the Award of Contracts to Small Disadvantaged Business, D794 
      Committee on Intelligence (Senate, Select): Intelligence 
        Matters, D881 [11DE]
      Committee on Rules: Intelligence Authorization Act (H.R. 2112), 
        D403 [4JN]
      Committee on the Judiciary (House): Retiree Benefit Protection 
        Act (H.R. 2969), D608 [10SE]
      Amos, Kent and Carmen, 12413 [13MY]
      Anderson, Elena, 17632 [25JN]
      Carr, Charles V., 12730 [18MY]
      Chamberlain, Wilt, 9013 [10AP]
      Chelnick, Phil, 27922 [14OC], 
        28502 [20OC]
      Culver, Evelyn J., 13311 [20MY]
      Drinan, Robert F., 18839 [7JY]
      Erving, Julius, 9182 [21AP]
      Godson, Alfred, 30248 [29OC]
      Gray, Earl, 7743 [1AP]
      Hinderas, Natalie, 22129 [3AU]
      Holmes, Jerome, 16573 [17JN]
      Jackson, Leo A., 2180 [28JA]
      King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1773 [21JA]
      Madden, Ray J., 26695 [6OC]
      McKinney, Stewart B., 11717 [7MY], 
        14562 [3JN]
      Moorhead, William S., 25742 [30SE]
      Nix, Robert N.C., Sr., 21360 [28JY]
      Nudel, Ida, 28154 [15OC]
      Parrino, Thomas J., 2186 [28JA]
      Perlmutter, Nathan, 23396 [7AU]
      Pickett, Louise J., 13309 [20MY]
      Riggans, Edwardina, 27947 [14OC]
      Rollins, Janie L., 18843 [7JY]
      Shoto family, 16579 [17JN]
      Shoup, Leslie, 24024 [15SE]
      Stanley, Kimberly, 26409 [5OC]
      Washington, Harold, 33756 [2DE]
      Woodson, Carter G., 3986 [24FE]