¶ Fred Clark Scribner, 49, was nominated by President Eisenhower to be Under Secretary of the Treasury for general administration, filling a post that has been vacant since H. Chapman Rose left in early 1956. Born in Bath, Me., Scribner was educated at Dartmouth ('30) and Harvard Law School ('33); he first practiced law in Portland, later entered politics (national G.O.P. committeeman 1948-56) and served as vice president of Maine's Bates Manufacturing Co. until 1955, when he went to Washington as general counsel of the Treasury. Last February he was named one of four assistant...

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