The date of Agriculture Secretary Clayton Yeutter's address to the National-American Wholesale Grocers' Association meeting was incorrect in Monday's editions. His speech is today. (Published 11/29/ 90)

TODAY

President Bush travels to Mexico for meetings with President Carlos Salinas de Gortari. Commerce Secretary Robert A. Mosbacher takes delegation of U.S. corporate executives around Mexico for talks on trade and business prospects.

U.N. Security Council is expected to start debate on charges of Iraqi atrocities in Kuwait. Later in the week, it may take up a resolution that would authorize the use of force against Iraq.

Education Department holds briefing on higher education costs and issues a handbook entitled "Tough Choices."

Supreme Court meets for three days of orders and arguments.

TUESDAY

Agriculture Secretary Clayton Yeutter speaks on "Agriculture in a World of Change" at 67th Annual Outlook Conference.

Presidential science adviser D. Allan Bromley keynotes two-day conference on transfer of NASA technology to U.S. business.

WEDNESDAY

Defense Secretary Richard B. Cheney speaks at Harvard Law School.

Health and Human Services Secretary Louis W. Sullivan speaks at Yale University.

Former Atlanta mayor Andrew Young (D) and former senator Birch Bayh (D-Ind.) speak at two-day conference here on "Racism and Ethnic Polarization."

THURSDAY

General Services Administration chief Richard G. Austin presents 1990 GSA Design Awards recognizing excellence in federal design projects.

FRIDAY

Yeutter addresses National American Wholesale Grocers' Association.