Wendie L. Wachtel, vice president of Wachtel & Co. was chosen second vice-president of the Security Traders Assocation of Washington, D.C. The wrong firm inadvertenly was listed in Monday's Business Newsmakers column.

President Carter has renominated Howard Jenkins Jr. for a fourth five-year term on the National Labor Relations Board. The president said he will ask the Senate to confirm Jenkins for a term extending through August 27, 1983. Jenkins, a Republican, is the first black to serve on the NLRB. He now has been the choice of four chief executives, Presidents Keneedy, Johnson, Nixon and Carter.

Jenkins came to Washington from Denver to serve for ten years as a professor of law at Howard University, after which he joined the Department of Labor professional staff as an assistant to the solicitor. After passage of the Landrum-Griffin Act in 1959, he was selected to fill the top legal position in the newly-formed Bureau of Labor-Management Reports, then was elevated to Assistant Commissioner of the Bureau, a post he left to join the NLRB in 1963.

Robert A. Potts had been appointed vice president and Westpark property manager of Management Associates, Inc. Douglas E. Tenan, Westpark maintenance manager, has been appointed to the additional post of assistant Westpark property manager.

Westpark, located on the Dulles Access Road in McLean, Va., has become one of the major employment centers in Northern Va. Westpark together with its sister development, Westgate Research, has achieved national recognition as a planned business community.

Vincent A. Sweeney, executive vice president of Suburban Savings & Loan Association in Annandale, was elected chairman of the Virginia Savings & Loan League's board of governors.

The savings and loan business in Virginia is a major source for home financing with $6.5 billion invested in home ownership.

Forest Dale Hall Jr. has been elected vice president and general manager of Walker & Dunlop Agency, Inc., the insurance division of Walker & Dunlop, Inc., Washington based mortgage bankers and realtors.

Morton S. Kraus was appointed vice president-engineering of Maddox Associates, Inc., a Washington-based civil engineering, planning and surveying firm. Kraus will be responsible for client consultation, project budgeting and design conception.

Leslie B. Disharoon has been elected to the board of First Maryland Bancorp, and its principal subsidiary, The First National Bank of Maryland.

Disharoon is chairman of the board, and chief executive officer of the Monumental Life Insurance Co. He is a member of the board of the Life Insurance Marketing and Research Association and a member of the board of trustees of the Life Underwriting Training Council.

Members of the Security Traders Association of Washington DC., Inc. have re-elected to William A. Harris Jr. of Folger Nolan Fleming Douglas, Inc., as president. Other newly chosen officers include John M. Sewards, vice president, Ferris & Co., Inc; Wendie L. Wachtel, vice president, Ferris & Co., Inc.; and Stephen C. Voss, president Kulak Voss & Co., Inc.

Richard W. Reber has been elected president of the Arlington, Va.-based Delta Research Corporation. Reber has served on the Delta board of directors for the past three years. He replaces John C. Fielding, who has accepted a position at the MIT Lincoln Laboratory. Prior to joining Delta Research, Reber served as vice president and director of Kyova Corporation.

Arthur M. Bueche has been elected a senior vice president for corporate technology of General Electric. Prior to his appointment, he was vice president - corporate research and development. GE also announced the appointment of Roland W. Schmitt as vice president of the company. He will succeed Bueche as vice president - corporate research and development.

Schmitt is currently research and development manager in energy science and engineering at the research and development center in Schenectadyu, N.Y.

Bueche had headed General Electric's research and development center since 1965. He serves on the executive council of the National Academy of Engineering.

J. Ronald Reeves has been elected assistant vice president of government affairs for Allegheny Airlines. He has been with the airline since 1962, and served most recently as director of public affairs.

S. L. Goldsmith Jr., of Washington, D.C. has been selected chairman of the board of the American Society of Association Executives. He has been with The Aluminum Association since 1964 and in 1974 assumed the position of president.