Nominations & Appointments, June 5, 1986

Nomination of Mark S. Fowler To Be a Member of the Federal Communications Commission, and Designation as Chairman

June 5, 1986

The President today announced his intention to nominate Mark S. Fowler to be a member of the Federal Communications Commission. This is a reappointment, and upon confirmation, he will be redesignated Chairman.

Since 1981 Mr. Fowler has been Commissioner and Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. Previously, he was a partner with Fowler-Meyers in Washington, DC, 1975 - 1981; a partner with Smith & Pepper, 1970 - 1975; and was a radio announcer and full-time sales representative at radio station WMEG, Melbourne, FL, 1964 - 1965. Mr. Fowler has authored numerous articles on telecommunications.

Mr. Fowler graduated from the University of Florida (B.A., 1966; J.D., 1969). He is married, has two children, and resides in McLean, VA. He was born October 6, 1941, in Toronto, Canada.

Designation of Patricia A. Goldman as Vice Chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board

June 5, 1986

The President today announced his intention to redesignate Patricia A. Goldman to be Vice Chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board for a term of 2 years, to be effective June 18, 1986.

Mrs. Goldman has been a member of the National Transportation Safety Board since June 1979, and she has been serving as Vice Chairman since 1982. Previously, she was executive director of the House Wednesday Group in Washington, DC, 1972 - 1979; a freelance writer with the National Journal, 1972; director, manpower and poverty programs, with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, 1967 - 1971; legislative assistant, Ad Hoc Committee on the War on Poverty, House Education and Labor Committee, 1965 - 1966; and a research assistant, Joint Economic Committee of Congress, 1964 - 1965.

Mrs. Goldman graduated from Goucher College (B.A., 1964). She resides in Washington, DC, and she was born March 22, 1942, in Newton, NJ.

Appointment of Three Members of Emergency Board No. 210 To Investigate a Railroad Labor Dispute

June 5, 1986

The President has appointed the following individuals to be members of Presidential Emergency Board Number 210, created by Executive Order 12558, of May 16, 1986:

Arthur Stark, of New York, to serve as Chairman. Mr. Stark has been an independent labor arbitrator in New York City since 1947. Previously he was with the New York State Board of Mediation as executive director, 1951 - 1957, and as assistant executive director, 1947 - 1951. Mr. Stark graduated from the University of Chicago (B.A., 1939; M.A., 1941). He is married, has three children, and resides in New York, NY, where he was born on March 7, 1919.

Daniel G. Collins, of New York. Mr. Collins is a labor arbitrator, and he has been a professor of law at New York University School of Law since 1961. He was associated with the firm of Cravath, Swaine and Moore, 1956 - 1960. Mr. Collins graduated from Hofstra College (B.A., 1951) and New York University School of Law (LL.B., 1954). He is married, has four children, and resides in Sagaponack, NY. Mr. Collins was born March 29, 1930, in Brooklyn, NY.

Herbert L. Marx, Jr., of New York. Mr. Marx is an independent arbitrator in New York City. Previously, he was with General Cable Corp., 1951 - 1974; and most recently as vice president for industrial relations, 1971 - 1974. He graduated from Dartmouth College (B.A. 1943) and New York University Graduate School of Business Administration (M.B.A., 1955). He is married, has three children, and resides in New York City. Mr. Marx was born February 1, 1922, in Albany, NY.