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OFFICIAL REGISTER



OF THE



UNITED STATES
1952



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OFFICIAL REGISTER



OF THE



UNITED STATES
1952



Persons occupying administrative and supervisory positions in

the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of the Federal

Government, and in the District of Columbia Government, as of

May 1, 1952




Compiled by the

UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION



PUBLIC










The Civil Service Commission has no copies of the Official Register for dis-
tribution. Government establishments and private individuals should address
requests for this publication to the Superintendent of Documents, Government
Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C; copies are on sale at $2.50 (Buchram).



United States Government Printing Oflfice, Washington : 1952



[Public — No. 387 — 74Tn Congress]

[H. R. 8473]

AN ACT To provide for the compiling and publishing of the OflBcial Register of the United States

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of
America in Congress assembled, That the United States Civil Service Commission
shall cause to be compiled, edited, indexed, and published each year an Official
Register of the United States, which shall contain a full and complete list of all
persons occupying administrative and supervisory positions in the legislative,
executive, and judicial branches of the Government, including the District of
Columbia, in connection with which salaries are paid from the Treasury of the
United States. The register shall show the name; official title; salary, compensa-
tion, and emoluments; legal residence and place of employment for each person
listed therein: Provided, however, That the Official Register shall not contain the
name of any postmaster or assistant postmaster, or any officer of the Army,
Navy, and Marine Corps, unless such officer is assigned as an administrative
officer.

Sec. 2. To enable the United States Civil Service Commission to compile
and publish the Official Register of the United States on or before December 31
of each year, the Executive Office, the legislative and judicial branches of the
Government, the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, and the head of
each executive department, independent office, establishment, and commission
of the Government shall, as of the 1st day of May of each year, beginning with
May 1, 1936, supply to the United States Civil Service Commission the data
required by this Act, upon forms approved and furnished by the Commission, in
due time to permit the publication of the Official Register as herein provided;
and no extra compensation shall be allowed to any officer, clerk, or employee of
the United States Civil Service Commission for compiling the Official Register.

Sec. 3. Of the Official Register there shall be printed, bound, and delivered
to the Superintendent of Documents and charged to the Congressional allot-
ment for printing and binding a sufficient number of copies for distribution as
follows: To the President of the United States, four copies, one copy of which
shall be for the library of the Executive Office; to the Vice President of the United
States, two copies; to each Senator, Representative, Delegate, and Resident
Commissioner in Congress, three copies; to the Secretary and the Sergeant at
Arms of the Senate and to the clerk, the Sergeant at Arms, and the Doorkeeper of
the House of Representatives, each one copy; to the library of the Senate and
the House, each, not to exceed fifteen copies; to the library of the Supreme Court,
two copies; to the Library of Congress, for international exchange and for official
use in Washington, District of Columbia, not to exceed one hundred and fifty
copies; to the Municipal Library of the District of Columbia, two copies; and to
the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, ten copies. The "usual number"
shall not be printed.

Sec. 4. The head of each executive department, independent office, or estab-
lishment of the Government, not mentioned above, desiring copies of the Official
Register shall issue, on or before May 1 of each year, a requisition upon the Public
Printer for the number of copies of the Official Register necessary to meet its
official requirements, the cost of such supply to be charged to the appropriations
available for printing and binding for such executive department, independent
office, or establishment.

Sec. 5. That section 510 of the Revised Statutes of the United States and
section 2 of the Act discontinuing the printing of certain Government publi-
cations, and for other purposes (43 Stat. 1105), approved March 3, 1925, and all
Acts or parts of Acts amendatory thereof or supplementary thereto, be, and the
same are hereby, repealed.

Approved, August 28, 1935.

Note.— In view of the above act there was no 1935 edition of the Official Pegister,



CONTEINTS



LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

Page

Senate 1

House of RepreisciilativK.s 3

General Accounting Office 7

Government Printing Office 11

Library of Congress 11

Office of the Architect of the Capitol 12

EXECUTIVE BRANCH

The President 15

Executive Office of the President:

The White House Office ._._ 15

Bureau of the Budget 15

Council of Economic Advisers 16

National Security Council 16

National Security Resources Board 16

Office of Defense Mobilization 17

Office of the Director for Mutual Security 18

President's Commission on the Health Needs of the Nation 18

Department of State 20

Office of the Secretary 20

Under Secretary 20

Deputy Under Secretary for Administration 20

Deputy Under Secretary for Policy 20

Executive Secretariat 20

Policy Plamiing Staff 20

Office of the Counselor 20

Special Assistant to the Secretary for Press Relations 20

Division of Foreign Buildings Operations 20

Division of Foreign Reporting 20

Office of Budget and Finance 21

Office of Operating Facilities 21

Office of Security and Consular Affairs 21

Office of Personnel 21

Board of the Foreign Service 22

Board of Examiners of the Foreign Service 22

Foreign Service Buildings Commission 22

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs 22

Special Assistant — Intelligence 23

Assistant Secretary — Congressional Relations 23

Office of the Legal Adviser 23

Assistant Secretary — Economic Affairs 23

L'nited States International Information Administration 24

Bureau of German Affairs 25

Bureau of the United Nations Affairs 25

Bureau of European Affairs 26

Bureau of Inter-American Affairs 26

Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian and African Affairs 27

Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs 27

Technical Cooperation Administration 28

International Claims Commission 28

Committee for Reciprocity Information 28

United States Mission to the United Nations 29

International Boundary Commission — United States, Alaska, and

Canada 30

International Joint Commission 30

National Munitions Control Board ' 30

Caribbean Commission 30

International Boundary and Water Commission — United States and

Mexico 31

Joint Mexican-United States Defense Commission 31

V



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Page

Treasury Department 32

Office of the Secretary 32

Bureau of Accounts 32

Interdepartmental Savings Bonds Committee 33

Bureau of Customs 33

Committee on Practice 51

Bureau of Engraving and Printing 51

Office of the General Counsel 52

Bureau of Internal Revenue 52

Office of International Finance 88

Bureau of the Mint 89

Bureau of Narcotics 89

Bureau of the Public Debt 90

Tax Advisorv Staff of the Secretary 90

Office of the Technical Staff 90

Office of the Treasurer 90

United States Coast Guard 90

United States Savings Bonds Division 94

United States Secret Service 99

Department of Defense:

Office of the Secretary of Defense 100

Deputy Secretary of Defense 100

Executive Office of the Secretary 100

Office of the Director of Administration ^ 100

Armed Forces Pohcy Council 101

Special Assistants to the Secretary of Defense 101

Office of Assistant Secretary (Legal and Legislative Affairs) 102

Office of Assistant Secretary (Comptroller) 102

Office of Assistant Secretary (Manpower and Personnel) 103

Munitions Board 104

Research and Development Board 109

Weapons Systems Evaluation Group 109

Joint Chiefs of Staff HO

MiUtary Liaison Committee to the Atomic Energy Commission. _ 110

Office of Public Information 111

Office of Assistant to the Secretary (International Security

Affairs) HI

Management Committee 112

Armed Forces Medical PoUcy Council 112

Joint Service Schools 112

Department of Defense — Related Activities 113

Department of the Army 113

Office of the Secretary of the Army 113

Office of the Under Secretary of the Army 114

Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Research and Ma-
teriel) IH

Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Manpower and

Reserve Forces) 114

Office of the Department Counselor 115

Office of the Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the

Army 115

Office of the Chief of Staff 115

Administrative Services 118

Technical Services 119

Office, Chief of Army Field Forces 130

Headquarters, First Army 131

Headquarters, Second Army 132

Headquarters, Third Army 134

Headquarters, Fourth Army 135

Headquarters, Fifth Army 136

Headquarters, Sixth Army 139

Headquarters, Mifitary District of Washington 140

Related Agency 141

Department of the Navy 141

Office of the Secretary of the Navy 141

Office of the Under Secretary of the Navy 141

Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy 141



CONTENTS Vn

Department of Defense — Continued

Department of the Navy — Continued Page

Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Air 142

Office of the Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the

Navy 142

Executive Office of the Secretary 142

Office of the Chief of Naval Operations 150

Bureau of Aeronautics 152

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery 162

Bureau of Naval Personnel 165

Bureau of Ordnance 169

Bureau of Ships 176

Bureau of Supplies and Accounts 183

Bureau of Yards and Docks 189

Military Sea Transportation Service 195

Office of the Judge Advocate General 199

Headquarters, U. S. Marine Corps 200

Sea Frontiers 201

Naval Force Commands 202

Naval Districts and River Commands 202

Naval Bases 202

Naval Air Training Commands 202

Special Field Activities 203

Department of the Air Force . 203

Office of the Secretary of the Air Force 203

Office of the Under Secretary of the Air Force 203

Office of the Assistant Secretary of th? Air Force (Materiel) 204

Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Management) _ 204

Office of the Administrative Assistant 204

Office of the General Counsel 204

Directorate of Legislation and Liaison 204

Office of Public Information 205

Office of the Chief of Staff , 205

Office of the Vice Chief of StaiT 205

Deputy Chief of Staff, Comptroller 207

Deputy Chief of Staff, Operations 209

Deputy Chief of Staff, Personnel 210

Deputy Chief of Staff, Development 212

Deputy Chief of Staff, Materiel 212

Headquarters Command, USAF 214

Air Defense Command 214

Air Materiel Command 215

Air Proving Ground Command 217

Air Research and Development Command 217

Air Training Command 220

Air University 221

Continental Air Command 222

Military Air Transport Service 222

Strategic Air Command 223

Tactical Air Command 223

Air Force Finance Center 224

United States Air Force Security Service 224

Department of Justice 225

Office of the Attorney General 225

Office of the Solicitor General 225

Office of the Deputy Attorney General 225

Antitrust Division 225

Clai ms Division 225

Criminal Division 226

Executive Adjudications Division 226

Lands Division 226

Tax Division 226

Office of Alien Property 226

Customs Division 226

Administrative Division 226

Federal Bureau of Investigation 227

Office of the Pardon Attorney 227

Board of Parole 227

Board of Immigration Appeals , 227



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Department of Justice — Continued Page

Bureau of Prisons . 227

P'ederal Prison Industries, Inc 227

Immigration and Naturalization Service 228

United States Attorneys and Marshals 228

United States Penal and Correctional Institutions 236

Post Office Department 239

Office of the Deputy Postmaster General 239

Office of the Postmaster General 239

Office of the Administrative Assistant to the Postmaster General 239

Bureau of Post Office Operations 239

Bureau of Transportation 240

Bureau of Finance 241

Bureau of Facilities 241

Bureau of Chief Post Office Inspector . 242

Office of the SoHcitor - 243

Bureau of Accounts 243

Office of the Purchasing Agent 244

Department of the Interior 245

Office of the Secretary 245

Office of the Under Secretary 245

Office of Assistant Secretary for Public Land Management 245

Office of Assistant Secretary for Mineral Resources 246

Board on Geographic Names 246

Office of Administrative Assistant Secretary 246

Office of the Solicitor 247

Bureau of Indian Affairs 247

Bureau of Land Management 249

Geological Survey 252

Bureau of Reclamation 256

National Park Service 261

Bureau of Mines 265

Fish and Wildlife Service 271

Office of Territories 286

Bonneville Power Administration 287

Southwestern Power Administration 288

Southeastern Power Administration 289

Petroleum Administration for Defense 290

Defense Electric Power Administration 290

Defense Minerals Exploration Administration 291

Defense Solid Fuels Administration 291

Defense Fisheries Administration 291

Department of Agriculture 292

Immediate Office of the Secretarv 292

Staff Offices 292

Bureau of Agricultural Economics 292

Library 295

Office of Budget and Finance 296

Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations 296

Office of Hearing Examiners 299

Office of Information 299

Office of Personnel 1 299

Office of Plant and Operations 299

Office of the Solicitor 300

Agricultural Research Administration 300

Office of the Administrator 300

Office of Operations, Agricultural Research Center 301

Bureau of Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry 301

Bureau of Animal Industry 306

Bureau of Dairy Industry 315

Bureau of p]ntomology and Plant Quarantine 316

Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics 323

Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering 324

Office of Experiment Stations 325

Commodity Credit Corporation 325

Commodity Exchange Authority " 326

Extension Service 327

Farm Credit Administration 328



CONTENTS IX

Department of Agriculture — Continued Page

Farmers Home Administration 329

Federal Crop Insurance Corporation 330

Forest Service 332

Production and Marketing Administration 357

Rural Electrification Administration 378

Soil Conservation Service 383

Department of Commerce 393

Ofl^ce of the Secretary 393

Office of the Under Secretary 393

Office of the Under Secretary for Transportation 393

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Domestic Affairs 393

Office of the Assistant Secretary for International Affairs 393

Office of the Assistant Secretarv for Administration 394

Office of the Solicitor 1 395

Office of Public Information 395

Office of the Security Control Officer 395

National Inventors Council 395

Business Advisory Council 395

Office of Business Economics 395

Office of Industry and Commerce 396

Office of International Trade 396

Industry Evaluation Board ^ 400

Department of Commerce Field Service 400

Bureau of the Census 401

Civil Aeronautics Administration 404

Coast and Geodetic Survey 425

Inland Waterways Corporation 428

Federal Maritime Board 429

Maritime Administration 430

National Production Authority 439

Patent Office 448

Bureau of Public Roads 450

National Bureau of Standards 457

Weather Bureau 460

Department of Labor 469

Office of the Secretary 469

Bureau of Labor Standards 470

Bureau of Veterans' Reemployment Rights 471

Bureau of Apprenticeship 472

Bureau of Employees' Compensation 473

Employees' Compensation Appeals Board 474

Bureau of Employment Security 474

Bureau of Labor Statistics 477

Wage and Hour and Pubhc Contracts Divisions 482

Women's Bureau 486

Construction Industry Stabilization Commission Office. 486

Independent Agencies

Air Coordinating Committee 487

American Battle Monuments Commission 487

Atomic Energy Commission, United States 488

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System 502

Canal Zone Government 504

Civil Aeronautics Board 504

Civil Service Commission, United States 506

Commission of Fine Arts 515

Commission on Renovation of the Executive Mansion 515

Defense Materials Procurement Agency 516

Defense Production Administration 516

Defense Transport Administration 518

Displaced Persons Commission 520

District of Columbia Redevelopment Land Agency 520

P^conomic Stabilization Agency 521

Export-Import Bank of Washington 541

Federal Civil Defense Administration 542

Federal Communications Commission . 545

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 549



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Page

Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service 550

Federal Power Commission 551

Federal Security Agency 552

Office of the Administrator 552

Regional Offices 554

Food and Drug Administration 563

Office of Education 565

Office of Vocational Rehabilitation 566

Pubhc Health Service , 567

Saint Elizabeths Hospital 574

Social Security Administration 574

Columbia Institution for the Deaf 578

Howard University 578

Federal Trade Commission 578

General Services Administration 580

Office of the Administrator 580

Board of Review 580

Officeof Contract Settlement 580

Office of Public Information and Reports 580

Compliance Division 580

Office of the General Counsel 580

Office of Management 580

Office of the Comptroller 580

Emergency' Procurement Service 580

Federal Supply Service '_. 581

National Archives and Records Service 581

Public Buildings Service 582

Regional Offices 583

Government Patents Board 590

Housing and Home Finance Agenc}' 590

Indian Claims Commission 598

Interstate Commerce Commission 599

Motor Carrier Claims Commission, United States 600

Mutual Security Agency 601

National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics 605

National Capital Housing Authority 607

National Capital Park and Planning Commission 608

National Capital Sesqui centennial Commission 608

National Labor Relations Board 608

National Mediation Board • 610

National Railroad Adjustment Board 611

National Science Foundation 611

National Security Training Commission 612

Panama Canal Company 612

Railroad Retirement Board, United States 614

Reconstru ction Finance Corporation 616

Renegotiation Board, The 618

Securities and Exchange Commission 620

Selective Service System 622

Small Defense Plants Administration 628

Smithsonian Institution 630

Soldiers' Home, United States 632

Subversive Activities Control Board 632

Tariff Commission, United States 633

Tax Court of the United States 633

Tennessee Valley Authority 634

Veterans Administration 645

War Claims Commission 661



CONTENTS XI

JUDICIAL BRANCH

Page

Supreme Court of the United States 665

United States Courts of Appeals 665

United States Court of Claims 666

United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals 667

United States Customs Court 667

United States Emergency Court of Appeals 667

United States District Courts 667

Administrative Office of the United States Courts 676

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT

Page 679

APPENDIX

Armed Forces Pay Table 690

Relative Ranks — Army and United States Public Health Service 692

INDEX OF PERSONS LISTED

Page 693



LEGISLATIVE



XIII



NOTE

The Congressional Directory contains biographical sketches of the Senators and
Representatives; maps showing the area embraced in each congressional district;
the official duties of each branch and of every executive official of the Government;
members of the embassies and legations and names and locations of the consular
officers of the United States to foreign countries; and of diplomatic and consular
officers and of foreign consuls in the United States; and much additional miscella-
neous information concerning the Congress and the executive and judicial branches
of the Government. The Directory is for sale by the Superintendent of Docu-
ments, Washington 25, D. C, and the usual price is $1.50 (buckram binding).

XIV



SENATE



(Eighty-Second Congress)



VICE PRESIDENT AND PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE

ALBEN W. BARKLEY, OF KENTUCKY

Compensation, $30,000 per annum



PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE OF THE SENATE

KENNETH McKELLAR, OF TENNESSEE



Secretary of the Se.vate

LESLIE L. BIFFLE, OF ARKANSAS

Compensation, $12,000 per amium

Sergeant at Arms
JOSEPH C. DUKE, OF ARIZONA

Compensation, $12,000 per annum



SENATORS

Compensation, $12,500 per annum



STATE AND NAME


Residence


STATE AND NAME


Residence


Alabama:

Lister Hill


Montgomery.
Huntsville.

Phoenix.
Florence.

Camden.
Fayetteville.

Oakland.
Whittier.

Denver.
Do.

Norwalk.
Southport.

Millsboro. •
Dover.

Bartow.
Miami.

Vienna.
Winder.

Burlev.
Payette.

Chicago.
Pekin.

Washington.
Bedford.


Iowa:

Bourke B. Hickenlooper..
Guy M. Gillette


Cedar Rapids.
Cherokee.


Arizona:

Carl Hayden

Ernest W. McFarland


Kansas:

Andrew F. Schoeppel

Frank Carlson _.


Wichita.
Topeka.


Arkansas:

John L. McClellan

J. WilMam Fulbright

California:

William F. Knowland


Kentuckt:

Earle C. Clements

Thomas R. Underwood...

Louisiana:

Allen J. Ellender


Morganfleld.
Lexington.

Houma.


Richard M. Nixon .


Russell B. Long


Baton Rouge.


Colorado:

Edwin C. Johnson

Eugene D. Millikin

Connecticut:

Brien McMahon


Maine:

Owen Brewster

Margaret Chase Smith

Maryland:

Herbert R. O'Conor

John Marshall Butler

Massachusetts:

Leverett Saltonstall

Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. . .

Michigan:


Dexter.
Skowhegan.

Baltimore.




Do.


Delaware:

John J. Williams .. .'


Dover.


Joseph Allen Frear, Jr

Florida:

Spessard L. Holland


Beverly.
Detroit.


Homer Ferguson


Do.


Georgia:

Walter F. George


Minnesota:

Edward J. Thve


Northfield.


Richard B. Russell..

Idaho:

Henry C. Dworshak

Herman Welker


Hubert H. Humphrey

Mississippi:

James 0. Eastland


Minneapolis.

Doddsville.
De Kalb


Illinois:

Paul H. Douglas


Missouri:

James P. Kem




Everett McKinley Dirk-
sen.
Indiana:

Homer E. Capehart




Thomas C. Hennings, Jr..
Montana:

James E. Murray


St. Louis.
Butte.


William E. Jenner


Zales N. Eeton


Manhattan.



SENATORS



STATE AND NAME


Residence


STATE AND NAME


Residence


Nebraska:

Hugh Butler


Omaha.
Hastings.

Reno.
Do.

Concord.
Temple.

Princeton.
Woodbury.

Albuquerque.
Do.

New York City.
Norwich.

Shelby.
Raleigh.

Bismarck.
LaMoure.

Cincinnati.
Columbus.

Oklahoma City.
Do.

Roseburg.
Eugene.

Washington.
Carnegie.


Rhode Island:

Theodore F. Green

John 0. Pastore


Providence.




Do.


Nevada:

Patrick A. McCarran

George W. Malone

New Hampshike:
Styles Bridges


South Carolina:

Burnet R. Maybank

Olin D. Johnston


Charleston.
Spartanburg.


South Dakota:

Karl E. Mundt


Madison.


Charles W. Tobey

New Jersey:

H. Alexander Smith.

Robert C. Hendrickson


Francis Case


Custer.


Tennessee:

Kenneth McKellar

Estes Kefauver


Memphis.
Chattanooga.


New Mexico:


Texas:

Tom Connally


Marlin.


Clinton P. Anderson

Ne'w York:

Herbert H. Lehman

Irving M. Ives .


Lyndon B. Johnson

Utah:

Arthur V. Watkins

Wallace F. Bennett

Vermont:

George D. Aiken .


Johnson City.

Orem.

Salt Lake City.


North Carolina:

Clvde R. Hoey


Putney.


Willis Smith


Ralph E. Flanders

Viroinia:

Harry F. Bvrd


Springfield.


North Dakota:


Berry ville.


Milton R. Young. .


A. Wilhs Robertson

Washington:

Warren G. Magnuson

Harry P. Cain


Lexington.


Ohio:

Robert A. Taft


Seattle.


John W. Bricker


Tacoma.


Oklahoma:

Robert S. Kerr ..


West VIRGI^^A:

Harley M. Kilgore

Matthew M. Neely

Wisconsin:

Alexander Wiley


Beckley.


A. S. Mike Monroney

Oreoon:

Guy Cordon


Fairmont.
Chippewa Falls.


Wayne L. Morse


Joseph R. McCarthy

Wyoming:

Joseph C. O'Mahoney

Lester C. Hunt


Appleton.


Pennsylvania:
Edward Martin


Cheyenne.


James H. Dufl


Lander.









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(Eighty-Second Congress)



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