United States Ambassadors - Nomination of Seven New Ambassadors.
The President today announced six persons who will be nominated to be Ambassadors. They are:
DONALD C. BERGUS, to be Ambassador to the Democratic Republic of Sudan;
LAWRENCE S. EAGLEBURGER, to be Ambassador to the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia;
ARTHUR A. HARTMAN, to be Ambassador to France;
JAMES G. LOWENSTEIN, to be Ambassador to Luxembourg;
ROBERT H. MILLER, to be Ambassador to Malaysia; and
HARRY W. SHLAUDEMAN, to be Ambassador to Peru.
The President also announced that he will nominate Philip H. Alston, Jr., now Ambassador to Australia, to serve concurrently and without additional compensation as Ambassador to the Republic of Nauru.
Note: The announcement of the nomination of Mr. Alston to be Ambassador to Australia, including biographical information on him, is printed at p. 576 of this volume.
Jimmy Carter, United States Ambassadors - Nomination of Seven New Ambassadors. Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/244230