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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1968

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

THE WHITE HOUSE, March 13, 1968. To the Senate of the United States:

I nominate George C. Roeming, of Maryland, to be an Examiner in Chief, U.S. Patent Office, vice Malcolm F. Bailey, resigned.

LYNDON B. JOHNSON. To the Committee on the Judiciary.

THE WHITE HOUSE, March 13, 1968. To the Senate of the United States :

I nominate Wilbur H. Dillahunty, of Arkansas, to be U.S. attorney for the eastern district of Arkansas for the term of 4 years, vice Robert D. Smith, Jr., resigned.

LYNDON B. JOHNSON. To the Committee on the Judiciary.

THE WHITE HOUSE, March 18, 1968. To the Senate of the United States:

I nominate the following-named persons to be postmasters:
William L. Keller, at Bridgeport, Conn., in place of R. F. Neary, retired.
Alfred C. Dion, at Putnam, Conn., in place of F. X. Vadnais, retired.
Ned F. Gibler, at Kooskia, Idaho, in place of E. T. Gilroy, retired.
Don H. Fisher, at Dongola, Ill., in place of L. H. Karraker, retired.
Eugene Wallace, at Galatia, nl., in place of W. W. Bird, transferred.
Oreetha A. Peterson, at New Bedford, Ill., in place of T. A. Lathrop,
retired.

Joanne P. Stevens, at New Haven, Ill., in place of Kate Wilson, retired.
Florence T. Lally, at Sublette, Ill., in place of A. A. Lauer, retired.
Fred N. Young, at Texico, Ill., in place of F. S. Woodrome, retired.
John T. Aleksick, at Zeigler, Ill., in place of G. E. Perrine, retired.
Wilbur D. Hall, at Orleans, Ind., in place of J. F. Limp, retired.

Hugo N. Kilburg, at Spragueville, Iowa, in place of Margaret Sullivan, retired.

Harold W. Tacha, at Jennings, Kans., in place of A. H. Beers, retired. John C. Hancock, at Lincoln, Mass., in place of R. I. Morey, transferred.

Elsie M. Sorensen, at Freeborn, Minn., in place of R. B. Miller, Sr., retired.

J. Wallace Calton, at Grovespring, Mo., in place of A. E. Hightower, retired.

Ivan J. Andersen, at Marquette, Nebr., in place of O. T. Carlson, retired.

George H. Smith, at Zephyr Cove, Nev., in place of N. C. Gilmore, resigned. Lou E. Pruit, at Silver City, N. Mex., in place

of W. D. Reams, resigned. Louis Belkin, at Bellmore, N.Y., in place of W. A. Clukies, retired. Thomas J. Smith, at Williston Park, N.Y., in place of E. P. Luc, retired.

John E. Morton, at Altamahaw, N.C., in place of A. S. Crumpton, retired.

Richard H. Kissell, Jr., at Biscoe, N.C., in place of R. L. Long, remored.
Joseph A. Allen, at Gastonia, N.C., in place of W. V. Farris, retired.
Michael C. Whalen, at Icard, N.C., in place of J. L. Whalen, deceased.
John D. Erwin, at Pineville, N.C., in place of L. E. Ardrey, retired.
Janice B. Hobbs, at Tyner, N.C., in place of N. L. Privott, retired.
Juanita J. Hicks, at Vilas, N.C., in place of R. R. Dugger, retired.
Marlowe I. Berg, at Hope, N. Dak., in place of D. C. Hawley, removed.
Kenneth E. Darling, at Attica, Ohio, in place of I. U. Smeltz, deceased.
Reynold J. Sentieri, at Galion, Ohio, in place of L. B. Secrest, retired.
Thomas J. Willis, at Hamden, Ohio, in place of F. M. Gerty, retired.
Joseph D. Conner, at Jewett, Ohio, in place of O. B. Stahl, retired.
Alfred F. Heidemann, at

Nevada, Ohio, in place of L. V. Keller, deceased. Dwayne L. Mathias, at Phillipsburg, Ohio, in place of L. C. Hoke, retired.

Helen M. Kimmel, at Lavelle, Pennsylvania, in place of E. E. Snyder, retired.

Candido F. Molinari, at Quebradillas, P.R., in place of F. P. Hernandez, retired.

Trinidad T. Melendez, at Santa Isabel, P.R., in place of H. P. de Berrios, retired.

Frank 0. Auger, at Vega Alta, P.R., in place of Josefa Alvarez, retired. Paul P. Robinson, at Lancaster, S.C., in place of R. H. Billings, retired.

George E. May, at Aberdeen, South Dakota, in place of Edwin Stromwall, deceased.

John F. Ripple, at Lesterville, South Dakota, in place of R. G. Dupic, retired.

James M. Russell, at Collierville, Tennessee, in place of T. H. Rutledge, transferred.

Daniel T. Bailey, Jr., at Longview, Texas, in place of Guy Wetzel, retired.

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1968

MESSAGES REFERRED During legislative session, the Acting President pro tempore (Mr. Brooke) laid before the Senate, as in executive session, the following messages from the President of the United States, transmitting nominations, which were referred as indicated :

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

I nominate

The following-named officers of the Navy for permanent promotion to the grade of rear admiral:

Line Thomas D. Davies

Valdemar G. Lambert Fillmore B. Gilkeson

Ben B. Pickett John R. Wadleigh

Leslie J. O'Brien, Jr. Burton R. Shupper

William N. Leonard Frederick E. Janney

Walter L. Small, Jr. Robert B. Erly

Lucien B. McDonald

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THE WHITE HOUSE, March 14, 1968. To the Senate of the United States: I nominate the following-named persons to be postmasters: Charlie F. Moore, at Sterrett, Ala., in place of O. A. Moore, Jr., resigned. Carl F. Bisgaard, at Bailey, Colo., in place of R. M. Burgess, retired. Francis A. Barrea, at Windham, Conn., in place of N. A. Potter, retired. David S. Miranda, at Ashland, Ky., in place of H. D. Shanklin, retired. John W. Roark, at Lovelaceville, Ky., in place of Esther Culver, retired. Richard D. Finn, at Dexter, Minn., in place of B. H. Myhre, retired.

William R. Lally, at South Orange, N. J., in place of Ř. C. O'Hanlon, retired.

Marvin J. Lewis, at Ramah, N. Mex., in place of N. B. Wilkins, retired. Dominick J. Green, at Frankfort, N.Y., in place of A. J. Oliver, deceased.

Harvey S. Tebo, Jr., at Tupper Lake, N.Y., in place of P. H. McCarthy, Jr., retired.

Raymond D. Gilbert, at Eufaula, Okla., in place of J. E. Kirby, retired. Charles A. Schiedler, at Scotts Mills, Oreg., in place of F. A. Miles, retired. Irene M. Del Vecchio, at Canonsburg, Pa., in place of A. J. Del Vecchio, deceased.

Edward L. Miller, Sr., at Shanksville, Pa., in place of J. M. Fox, retired.

William D. Hartman, at Womelsdorf, Pa., in place of S. W. Spayd, deceased.

Herbert V. K. Stackley, at Kingstree, S.C., in place of M. S. McFadden, retired.

Milton E. Murphy, Sr., at Ridgeway, S.C., in place of J. W. Milling, Jr., resigned.

Cooley B. King, at Williamston, S.C., in place of J. H. Ford, deceased. John A. Dudney, at Kingsport, Tenn., in place of T. L. Duncan, retired.

Goodrich W. Longserre, at Thompsons, Tex., in place of S. R. Selleh, retired.

Grant B. Draper, at Moroni, Utah, in place of L. Y. Monson, retired. Philip Peterson, at Richfield, Utah, in place of Roy Ross, deceased.

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Florinda T. Letourneau, at East Barre, Vt., in place of A. H. Morrie, retired.

Eugene E. Martin, Jr., at Pittsfield, Vt., in place of E. B. Rooney, resigned.

Ernest W. McKay, at Hampden Sydney, Va., in place of R. E. Rodgers, retired.

James E. Grove, at New Hope, Va., in place of M. R. Spitzer, retired.

Robert K. Minnick, at Timberville, Va., in place of H. M. Bowman, retired.

Alice L. Marll, at Albion, Wash., in place of R. E. Emerson, retired.

Dewey L. Hunter, at Bridgeport, Wash., in place of H. C. Loganecker, resigned

Walter S. Watkins, at Issaquah, Wash., in place of J. R. Stephenson, retired.

James E. Patton, at Lebam, Wash., in place of J. S. Wise, retired.

Nettie H. Brown, at Trout Lake, Wash., in place of M. R. Johnson, deceased.

Lee A. Anderson, at Campbellsport, Wis., in place of R. P. Koenigs, transferred.

Walter L. Obershaw, at Dickeyville, Wis., in place of J. A. Kowalski, retired.

Lawrence J. Scholze, at Fairchild, Wis., in place of R. C. Mato, retired.
Lyle J. Pickel, at Kieler, Wis., in place of C. J. Pickel, retired.
Earl E. Ackley, at Trego, Wis., in place of T. F. McMahon, retired.

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

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES

As in executive session,
The following favorable reports of nominations were submitted:
By Mr. Sparkman, from the Committee on Foreign Relations:
H. Gardner Ackley to be Ambassador to Italy.
By Mrs. Smith, from the Committee on Armed Services:

Brig. Gen. Archie A. Hoffman and sundry other officers for promotion in the grades of major general and brigadier general in the Air Force;

Brig. Gen. Maurice C. Fournier and sundry other officers for promotion in the grades of major general and brigadier general in the Army;

Capt. Joseph B. McDevitt to be Judge Advocate General of the Navy with the rank of rear admiral;

Rear Adm. Reynold D. Hogle for appointment as vice admiral on the retired list of the Navy;

Vice Adm. Charles K. Duncan to be Chief of Naval Personnel for a term

of 4 years;

Rear Adm. Walter D. Gaddis to be Director of Budget and Reports in the Department of the Navy for a term of 3 years;

Ralph S. Garrison and sundry other officers for promotion to the grade of rear admiral in the Navy;

Maj. Gen. Herman Nickerson, Jr., for promotion to the grade of lieutenant general in the Marine Corps; and

Charles F. Duchein and sundry other officers for promotion in the grades of major general and brigadier general.

Mrs. Smith also reported favorably the following nomination lists which had previously appeared in the Congressional Record and on her

request and by unanimous consent, in order to save the expense of printing them on the Executive Calendar, it was ordered that they lie on the Secretary's desk for the information of any Senator:

IN THE AIR FORCE

The nominations beginning Jack Edwards, to be major, and ending Carl T. Zimmerman, to be second lieutenant, which nominations were received by the Senate and appeared in the Congressional Record on February 19, 1968.

IN THE ARMY

The nominations beginning Charles J. Haas, to be second lieutenant, and ending F. Gordon Zophy II, to be second lieutenant, which nominations were received by the Senate and appeared in the Congressional Record on February 14, 1968; and

The nominations beginning William H. Scanlan, to be captain, and ending Deems C. Watkins, to be second lieutenant, which nominations were received by the Senate and appeared in the Congressional Record on February 14, 1968.

IN THE MARINE CORPS

The nominations beginning Peter A. Acly, to be first lieutenant, and ending Paul J. Zohlen, to be first lieutenant, which nominations were received by the Senate and appeared in the Congressional Record on February 14, 1968.

FRIDAY, March 15, 1968

EXECUTIVE SESSION

On motion by Mr. Long of Louisiana, 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

On motion by Mr. Long of Louisiana, and by unanimous consent, the following nominations were considered en bloc:

U.S. AIR FORCE

The following-named officers for temporary appointment in the U.S. Air Force, under the provisions of chapter 839, title 10, of the United States Code:

To be major general Brig. Gen. Archie A. Hoffman, FR 19222, Regular Air Force, Medical. Brig. Gen. John M. McNabb, FR5037, Regular Air Force. Brig. Gen. John L. Martin, Jr., FR7556, Regular Air Force. Brig. Gen. Ralph G. Taylor, Jr., FR8660, Regular Air Force. Brig. Gen. Lee V. Gossick, FR8679, Regular Air Force. Brig. Gen. Lee M. Lightner, FR18923, Regular Air Force, Dental. Brig. Gen. William W. Berg, FR9961, Regular Air Force. Brig. Gen. Richard F. Shaefer, FR10096, Regular Air Force.

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