Norman Solomon, a member of The Florida Bar, petitions for review of a referee's recommendation that he be disbarred. We have jurisdiction, article V, section 15, Florida Constitution, and approve the referee's report and recommendations. In 1976 this Court suspended Solomon from the practice of law for six months based on his conviction of failing to file a federal income tax return. The Fla. Bar v. Solomon, 338 So.2d 818 (Fla. 1976). As noted in that opinion, Solomon had received unreported private reprimands in 1970 and 1974 and had been suspended from practice before a federal court in 1967. Id. at 819 n.1. The Florida Bar later charged Solomon with three counts of failing to prosecute diligently matters entrusted to him, and this Court imposed a three-year suspension. The Fla. Bar v. Solomon, 409 So.2d 1052 (Fla. 1982). Solomon has never sought reinstatement from either of his suspensions.