Clinton Nominates Five Career Diplomats
WASHINGTON (AP) _ President Clinton nominated ambassadors to five African nations Monday.
In statements released by the White House, the president announced the nominations of:
_John F. Hicks Sr. of Goldsboro, N.C., as ambassador to Eritrea.
_Arlene Render of Alexandria, Va., as ambassador to Zambia.
_Alan R. McKee of Bethesda, Md., as ambassador to Swaziland.
_Stanley Schrager of Chicago as ambassador to Djibouti.
_Harold Walter Geisel of Chicago as ambassador of Seychelles, a collection of islands off the coast of eastern Africa in the Indian Ocean.
All five are career diplomats.