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Advisory Committee for Trade Negotiations Appointment of 29 Members.

March 03, 1978

The President today announced the appointment of 29 persons as members of the Advisory Committee for Trade Negotiations for 2-year terms. They are:

W. JAMES AMOSS, JR., of New Orleans, president of Lykes Brothers Steamship Co. (reappointment);

JAMES H. BINGER, of Minneapolis, chairman of the executive committee of Honeywell, Inc. (reappointment);

DAVID W. BROOKS, of Atlanta, chairman of the policy committee of Gold Kist, Inc. (reappointment);

ALEX CHISHOLM, president of L & M Radiator, Inc., in Hibbing, Minn. (reappointment);

JOAN GANZ COONEY, of New York City, president of Children's Television Workshop;

MORTON H. DARMAN, president of the Top Co. and Ivy Enterprises in Boston (reappointment);

TONY T. DECHANT, of Denver, president of the National Farmers Union;

W. D. EBERLE, president of the U.S. Council of the International Chamber of Commerce, senior partner in a Boston consulting firm, and chairman of the board of several companies (reappointment);

MURRAY H. FINLEY, of New York, president of the Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union (reappointment);

DANIEL L. GOLDY, director of the Oregon State Department of Economic Development (reappointment);

PATRICK ALLAN GRANT, president of the American Farm Bureau Federation in Park Ridge, Ill.

MAURICE R. GREENBERG, president and chief executive officer of American International Group, Inc., and G. V. Starr & Go. (reappointment);

KARL D. GREGORY, professor of economics management at Oakland University in Michigan and management and economic consultant;

LOYD HACKLER, president of the American Retail Foundation;

RUTH J. HINERFELD, of Larchmont, N.Y., vice president of the League of Women Voters (reappointment);

ROBERT M. IVIE, president of Guild Wineries and Distilleries in San Francisco (reappointment);

HARVEY E. KIPNICK, JR., chairman of Arthur Andersen & Co., in Chicago (reappointment);

RALPH LAZARUS, of Cincinnati, chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Federated Department Stores (reappointment);

C. J. MEDBERRY, of Los Angeles, chairman of the board of Bankamerica Corp. and Bank of America NT & SA (reappointment);

KENNETH D. NADEN, of Bethesda, Md., president of the National Council of Farmer Cooperatives;

CHARLES H. PILLARD, international president of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (reappointment);

ELSPETH D. ROSTOW, dean of the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin;

WILLIAM J. ROCHE, vice president of Texas Instruments Inc.;

J. STANFORD SMITH, chairman and chief executive officer, International Paper Go.;

JEAN H. SISCO, coordinator for business and community affairs at American University in Washington, D.C.;

THEODORE SORENSEN, a New York attorney and former Special Counsel to the President (1961-1964);

ROY UTKE, president of Sunkist Growers, Inc., in Los Angeles (reappointment);

G. WILLIAM VERITY, JR., chairman of the board of directors, Armco Steel Corp., in Middletown, Ohio (reappointment);

DON A. WOODWARD, of Pendleton, Oreg., international trade affairs representative of the National Association of Wheat Growers (reappointment).

Jimmy Carter, Advisory Committee for Trade Negotiations Appointment of 29 Members. Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/244613

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