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LEGISLATIVE SESSION

On motion by Mr. Mansfield, and by unanimous consent, the Senate returned to legislative session.

REPORT OF A COMMITTEE

As in executive session,
The following favorable report of a nomination was submitted:

By Mr. Yarborough, from the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service: Jean N. Cooper, to be postmaster at Almyra, Ark.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1968

EXECUTIVE SESSION

On motion by Mr. Mansfield, and by unanimous consent, the Senate proceeded to the consideration of executive business, with the President pro tempore in the chair.

CONSIDERATION OF THE CALENDAR

The Senate proceeded to consider the following nomination:

POSTMASTER

Jean N. Cooper to be postmaster at Almyra, Arkansas.
Without objection, it was
Resolved, That the Senate advise and consent to the said nomination.

PRESIDENT NOTIFIED

Ordered, by unanimous consent, That the President be immediately notified of the confirmation of the nomination.

LEGISLATIVE SESSION

On motion by Mr. Mansfield, and by unanimous consent, the Senate returned to legislative session.

MESSAGE REFERRED

During legislative session, the President pro tempore laid before the Senate, as in executive session, the following message from the President of the United States, transmitting nominations, which was referred as indicated:

THE WHITE HOUSE, October 14, 1968. To the Senate of the United States:

I nominate the following-named persons to be postmasters:
George W. Davis, at Brundidge, Ala., in place of V. B. Huff, retired.

Truman S. Congleton, at Beattyville, Ky., in place of R. S. Smallwood, retired.

Terry R. Capps, at Crofton, Ky., in place of K. L. Alexander, retired. David W. Harper, at Pembroke, Ky., in place of J. E. Gregory, retired.

Doris E. Hodges, at Bernardston, Mass., in place of H. M. Cairns, retired.

Dora M. Markle, at Bedminster, N.J., in place of C. H. Smock, retired. William J. McNitt, Jr., at Milroy, Pa., in place of C. C. Naginey, retired.

Hattie W. Saulpaw, at Calhoun, Tenn., in place of P. I. McCamish, retired.

Lowell W. Kinkead, at Mountain Home, Tenn., in place of F. R. Lockett Jr., transferred.

LYNDON B. JOHNSON. To the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service.

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REPORTS OF A COMMITTEE

As in executive session,
The following favorable reports of nominations were submitted:

By Mr. Yarborough, from the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service:

Twenty-one postmasters as follows: Alabama

Brundidge-George W. Davis

Jackson-W. Waite McCorquodale Alaska

Anchorage-Lars L. Johnson California

Tustin-Ronald D. Huisenga Indiana

Chesterton-Harry R. Ray

New Castle-John W. Trout, Jr.
Massachusetts

Attleboro—Ernest A. Paradis
Bedford-Andrew J. Sacco
Boxford--Everett P. Gould
Mattapoisett-Carlos L. Figueiredo

Peabody-John J. Quinlan
Minnesota

Grand Rapids—James D. Rassmussen

Monticello-James P. Fitzgerald Mississippi

Ripley-Francis A. Stanford Missouri

Nevada-Willoughby L. O'Connell Ohio

Bolivar-Frederick A. Charton Texas

Hamlin-Walter L. Hunter, Jr.

Somerset-Warren W. Healer Virginia

Warm Springs—W. George Cleek West Virginia

Carolina-A. Bernadine Porter Wisconsin

Knowles-LaVerne H. Marquart

ADJOURNMENT During legislative session,

On motion by Mr. Mansfield, at 2 o'clock and 17 minutes p.m., Monday, October 14, 1968,

The Senate, pursuant to Senate Concurrent Resolution 82, as amended, adjourned sine die.

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