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1950
1952
1950
1951



Oct. 20, 1947

Mar. 22, 1950

Dec. 19, 1951

Jan. 9, 1952

Dec. 31, 1949

Sept. 15, 1951

June 11, 1952

Aug. 1, 1951



FSO-2
FSO-4
FSO-4
FSS-7
FSS-8
FSO-5
FSS-9
FSO-6



FSS-2

FSO-2
FSR-3
FSO-5
FSO-5
FSS-8
FSS-8
FSO-6



$ 12,700
7,563
6,963
6,447
5,673
5,513
5,079
4,793



9,230

11,850
9,130
5,713
5,313
5,313
5,313
4,993



Dec. 14,


1951


FSO-1 —




Jan. 18,


1952


FSR-3 —


9,730


Apr. 26,


1952


FSO-3 —


9,130


May 16,


1950


FSS-5 —


7,635


Apr. 2,


1951


FSS-7 -


6,627


Sept. 12,


1950


FSS-7 —


6,447


Jan. 24,


1951


FSO-5 —


5,713


May 25,


1950


FSO-5 —


5.513


Nov. 10,


1950


FSO-5 —


5,313


Sept. 1,


1950


FSS-9 - —


5,259


Nov. 26,


1951


FSS-9 —


5,079


June 29,


1951


FSS-9 —


4,719


Aug. 15,


1950







Apr. 14, 1948
Sept. 28, 1951



June 24, 1950

Apr. 6, 1950

Jan. 4, 1951

Feb. 1, 1951



FSO-CM-
TCA —



FSO-1

FSO-2
FSR-2
FSR-2



signed to Brussels and Luxembourg; resident in Brussels.

signed also to and resident in The Hague.

signed also to Bern, Luxembourg, and Paris.

signed also to Luanda.

signed also to the Cameroons and French Equatorial Africa.

signed also to French Equatorial Africa and Portuguese West Africa.



13,600

11,130
11,130

11.130



8



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1952



Post



Rio de Janeiro (E)-
tinued.



-Con-



Name and title



Assignment
to post



(AA, NA, & Air A)



Bel^m, Par/{C)



Manaus, Amazonas
(CA).



BRAZIL- -Continued



cons



Warren H. McKenney, att.
Ellis M. Goodwin, 1st sec.

Kenneths. Atkinson, att

William E. Flournoy, Jr., 1st sec. ;
cons. gen.

Emerson Innis Brown, att

Alan K. Manchester, att

Sterling J. Cottrell, 1st sec; cons

Eldred D. Kuppinger, 1st sec. ; cons

William A. Wieland, 1st sec; cons

Herman J. Jelinek, att

Henry Schweitzer Hammond, att

Thomas D. Girolamo, supervisor of
constr.

George E. Miller, 2d sec; cons

Irving Salert, att

Harrison Bennett, att

Raul D'Eca, att

Glenn Anderson Ruggles, att

M. Gordon Brown, att

Raford W. Herbert, att

Alan Fisher, asst. att

Thomas R. Hodet, att

Francis J. McArdle, att

J. Paxton Haddow, asst. att

Robert C. Ecker, att. 2

Edward R. Gaul, att

Edward N. McCully, 2d sec. ; cons

RudoU E. Cahn, v. c

Gertrude E. Heare, asst. att

Samuel H. McKinney, communications
supervisor.

Genevieve Reynolds, asst. att

James L. Wyatt, asst. att

William Preston Rambo, asst. att

Peter J. Raineri, v. c

Susan H. Barbosa, v. c

David Oppenheim, disbursing officer

John Logan Hagan, v. c

Gladys M. Knutzen, personnel technician-

E. Victor Saadeh, econ. asst

Samuel D. Eaton, 2d sec. ; v. c

Godfrey Harvey Summ, 2d sec. ; v. c —

Hiram H. Goad, asst. att

William J. Bushwaller, asst. att

Orton W. Hoover, asst. att

Anne M. Logan, asst. att

Edward J. Boston, asst. att - -

Lt. Col. Joseph W. Sisson, Jr., army att-
Capt. Adelbert Vernon Wallis, naval att.

and naval att. for air.

Brig. Gen. Leigh Wade, air att

Lt. Col. Ralph E. Kuzell, asst. army att-
Lt. (jg) George Albert McEvoy, asst.

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air.

Col. Jack W. Hughes, asst. air att

Lt. Col. Charles H. Roadman, asst. air

att.^
Maj. William R. Lawley, Jr., asst. air

att.

George T. Colman, cons

Robert William Dean, v. c

Waldemar P. de Souza, cons, agt



June
Nov.
July
May



5,

1,

13,

4,



May 18,
Sept. 19,
Aug. 26,
Jan. 2,
Aug. 29,
Dec . 9,
June 20,
Mar. 15,



June 22,
Dec. 10,
Apr. 15,
Feb. 15,
Mar. 30,
June 5,
Dec 6,
July 1,
Feb. 21,
Mar. 2,
Nov. 29,
Apr. 27,
July 23,
May 9,
Aug. 1,
May 14,
June 16,

June 13,
Jan. 29,
Aug. 6,
Apr. 17,
Apr. 2,
May 10,
Dec. 26,
Oct. 31,
Dec.
Jan.
Jan.
June
June 28,
July 17,
Oct. 4,
Oct. 25,



18,

12,

11,

6,



1950
1949
1950
1951

1944
1951
1949
1951
1951
1950
1949
1948

1950
1951
1952
1952
1951
1952
1949
1946
1951
1952
1950
1949
1951
1951
1920
1951
1944

1950

1951

1946

1951

1934

1950

1950

1950

1926

1950

1951

1951

1951

1951

1951

1951



Dec. 29, 1951
May 14, 1951

May 3, 1951
Mar. 13, 1952
Aug. 13, 1951

Dec. 28, 1949
Aug. 20, 1951

Apr. 17, 1951



July 1, 1948
Feb. 28, 1952
Nov. 1, 1948



Category
and class



FSS-2
FSO-3
FSS-2
FSO-3

FSS-2
FSR-3
FSO-3
FSO-3
FSO-3
FSR-3
FSS-3
FSS-3

FSO- 4
FSR-4 ■
FSR-4 ■
FSS-4 ■
FSR-4 -
FSR-4 -
FSS-4 -
FSS-5 -
FSS-5 -
FSR-4 -
FSS-5 -
FSS-6 -
FSS-6 -
FSO-4 -
FSS-6 -
FSR-5 -
FSS-8 -

FSR-5 -
FSR-5 -
FSS-7 -
FSS-7 -
FSS-8 -
FSS-8 -
FSS-8 -
FSS-8 -
FSS-9 -
FSO-5 -
FSO- 5 -
FSS-*^ -■
FSS-8 -
FSS-9 -
FSS-9 -
FSS-9 -



FSS-5
FSO-5



^Assigned also to Bogota', Buenos Aires, Lima. Montevideo, Quito, and Santiago

^urtfTur ° ^7T'"^' ?°''"^' ^'■^"*'' British Guiana, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, P*

Surinam, Uruguay, and Venezuela. "S""!',



Assigned also to Argentina,
rinam, Uruguay, and Venezu
Assigned to Asuncion, Buenos Aires,



Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago.






POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT



Post



Name and title



Assignment
to post



Category
and class



Salary



ira'(C) -

3d.

uiz, Maranhiao

).

Cear^ (C)

jre, Rio Grande
|C).



irande, Rio Grande

Sul (CA).
ernambuco (C) —



BRAZIL- -Continued



Bahia (C)

ao Paulo (C)

Sao Paulo (CG) -



tiba, Parana (CA)
Espirito Santo (C)



Thomas Moses, cons, agt



Richard A. Godfrey, v. c

Cyril L. F. Thiel, cons

Robert S. Hoard, cons

Howard Ora HUl, regional public affairs
officer.

Myron Brockway Lawrence, v. c

, cons, agt



F. Ridgway Lineaweaver, cons
Francis E. Townsend, v. c

Robert E. Riordan, v. c

Robert C. Johnson, Jr., cons
Carl J. Erickson, Jr., v. c

Arthur G. Parsloe, cons

Allen P. McNeill, Jr. , v. c
Clarence C. Brooks, cons, gen
Forrest K. Geerken, cons
Charles K. Ludewig, cons

John W. Campbell, cons

Robert W. Bradbury, cons

Marc L. Severe, cons

William T. Briggs, cons

George Hubert Maness, cons

Lee M. Hunsaker, cons

Alfred A. Pease, v. c

Ellen Gavrisheff, v. c

John G. Gossett, v. c

Robert C. Wysong, v. c

Francisco M. Albizu, cons
Ray H. Crane, v. c



agt



July 17,


1948






June 4,


1947


FSS-7 — -


$ 6,267


Apr. 26,


1952


FSO-4 - —


8,463


Mar. 10,


1952


FSS-6 — -


6,861


Nov. 4,


1949


FSS-7 — -


5,907


Aug. 28,


1951


FSO-6 - —
FSO-3 — -


4,993


Feb. 14,


1950


9, 130


Mar. 1,


1951


FSS-7 - —


6,087


Nov. 27,


1950


FSS-8 —


5,313


Sept. 1,


1949


FSS-7 —


6,087


Jan. 23,


1951


FSO-6 —


4,593


Jan. 27,


1918


FSS-7 —


6,447


Sept. 20,


1950


FSS-11— -


4,167


Oct. 9,


1951


FSO-1 — -


14, 000






FSO-3 —


9,430


Sept. 2,


1947


FSO-4 —


8,163


Mar. 14,


1952


FSS-4 —


7,929


Jan. 24,


1952


FSS-5 - —


7,275


July 24,


1946


FSS-6 — -


7,041


Apr. 12,


1949


FSO-4 —


6,963


May 2,


1951


FSO-4 - —


6,963


May 16,


1950


FSS-6 —


6,501


Feb. 1,


1950


FSS-8 - -


5,853


Mar. 30,


1951


FSR-5 —


5,513


Mar. 25,


1949


FSO-5 - —


5,313


Apr. 25,


1951


FSO-5 —


5,313


May 24,


1948






Sept. 26,


1951


FSS-8 —


5,673



BULGARIA

Severance of diplomatic relations, Feb. 24, 1950.
BURMA, UNION OF

(E) William J. Sebald, app. A. E. and P - -

Sidney H. Browne, couns. of emb

Andrew Vincent Corry, att. ^

George W. Edman, att

Albert B. Franklin, 1st sec; cons

Lionel Landry, att

James H. Boulware, att

Webster Eugene Ballance, att 7 —

Lewis M. FHirnell, asst. att

Gerard A. Donohue, asst. att

Alfred W. Wells, 2d sec; v. c

Robert R. Raven, asst. att

James Raymond Ward, asst. att

Alice D. Westbrook, personnel technician-
Virginia C. Stryker, v. c

Ralph H. Redford, att

Adelin C. Rosenfeld, public affairs officer

Robert A. Aylward, 2d sec. ; v. c

Zelma S. Graham, asst. att

Eleanor Glover Bond, asst. att

Alf E. Bergesen, 3d sec. ; v. c

NA, & Air A) Col. William F. Curren, Jr., army att -

Lt. Comdr. William Theodore Lowry,

naval att. and naval att. for air.

Lt. Col. James S. Coward, air att

Lt. Col. Glenn J. McGowan, asst. army

att.
Capt. Robert L. E. Tyrrell, asst. air att
Capt. Charles B. Shackleford, asst. air

att.
ened also to Colombo, Karachi, Katmandu, and New Delhi; resident in New Delhi.



Apr.


25


1952


Mar


10


1952


Sept


4


1947


May


12


1950


Feb.


7


1951


Dec


5


1950


Feb.


25


1951


May


16


1950


July


1


1949


Aug.


20


1950


Nov.


15


1950


May


22


1950


Feb.


8


1950


Dec.


6


1950


Jan.


4


1951


.Jan.


31


1951


Jan.


24


1951


June 25


1951


Sept


19


1948


Jan.


8


1952


Feb.


21


1951


Nov.


29


1951


Mar


28


1951


Dec.


21


1950


Aug.


28


1951


Jan.


22


1951


Mar


14


1952



FSO-CM

FSO-1 —

FSS-1 —

FSS-2 —

FSO-3 -

FSR-4 -

FSS-4 -

FSS-4 —

FSS-7 —

FSS-7 —

FSO-5 —

FSR-5 —

FSS-7 -

FSS-7 —

FSS-7 —

FSS-7 —

FSS-8 -

FSO-5 —

FSS-9 -

FSS-9 -

FSO-6 -



12,800
10, 550
9,470
9,130
8,163
7,929
7,689
6,087
6,087
5,913
5,913
5,907
5,907
5,907
5,907
5,673
5,313
4,719
4,719
4,593



O - 52 - 2



lO



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1 , 1952



Post



Name and title



Assignment
to post



Category
and class



Phnom Penh (E)



CAMBODLA, KINGDOM OF ^



Donald R. Heath, app. A.E. and P =-
Joseph J. MontUor, 2d sec; cons -
George E. Olcott, att



CANADA



June 29, 1950
Apr, 28, 1952
Apr. 10, 1951



FSO-CM -
FSO-4 — -
FSS-6 - -



Ottawa, Ontario (E)



(AA, NA, & Air A)



Calgary, Alberta (C)

Edmonton, Alberta (C)

Halifax, Nova Scotia (CG)— -



Hamilton, Ontario (C)

Montreal, Quebec (CG)



Stanley Woodward, A. E. and P

Don C. Bliss, couns. of emb. with
personal rank of minister.

Paul O. Nyhus, att

Woodbury Willoughby, couns. of emb

John H. Morgan, couns. of emb

Mervyn V. Pallister, att

Frederick E. Farnsworth, 1st sec. ; cons -

Joseph Godson, att

Richard E. Kleinhans, cons

Ellen C. Wilson, att - -

George A. Berkley, v. c

H. Mason Wade, asst. att

Norman J. Bentley, asst. att

Eva Taylor, v. c

John Patrick Walsh, 2d sec; v. c

A. Eugene Frank, 2d sec; v. c

Georges. Vest, 2d sec. ; v. c

William Louis Rodman, asst. att

Thomas A. Kelly, v. c

Shirley Mae Green, admin, asst

Ruth L. Buchholz, sec



Col. Francis J. Graling, army att

Capt. Francis Hartt Gardner, naval att.

and naval att. for air.

Col. Mayhue D. Blaine, air att

Lt. Col. Thomas R. Clarkin, asst. army

att.
Lt. Stokes Lybrand Sharp, asst. naval

att. and asst. naval att. for air.

Col. Jack BoUerud, asst. air att

Lt. Col. Robert W. Strong, Jr., asst.

air att.
Maj. Eugene W. Green, asst. air att - -



May
Jan.

Feb.

Nov.

Nov.

Mar.

Mar.

June

June

Sept.

Feb.

Apr.

May

June

Jan.

Mar.

Mar.

Nov.

May

July

Jan.



23,
5,

4,

3,

22,

15,

19,

1,

1,

12,

1,

5,

29,

29,

12,

27,

11,
27.

8,
24,
28,



1950
1950

1952
1949
1950
1952
1951
1950
1951
1949
1951
1951
1951
1951
1950
1950
1952
1951
1950
1950
1952



Cyrus B. Follmer, cons

Ralph W. McMahon, v. c

Carl O. Hawthorne, cons

Arthur B. Corcoran, v. c —

Cabot Coville, cons, gen

Casimir T. Zawadzki, cons
Robert A. McKinnon, v. c
Perry N. Jester, cons, gen

Albert W. Scott, cons

Albert E. Clattenburg, Jr., com

Charles B. Borell, cons

Andrew E. Hanney, cons

Virginia Ellis, v. c

Herman Lindstrom, v. c

M. Louise Schaffner, v. c

Xavier W. Eilers, v. c

Charles F. Stoppani, v. c

Delano McKelvey, cons

William H. Brown, v. c

Ralph G. Saucedo, v. c

Ernest de W. Mayer, cons

Dorothy M. Barker, v. c

Eugene H. Johnson, cons

George M. Graves, cons

Warren L. Swope, v. c

iThe staff at Saigon, Vietnam, is accredited also to the Klngdi
Saigon, See p. 94.

^Accredited also to the Kingdom of Laos and State of Vietnam-



Apr. 10, 1950
July 19, 1950

May 23, 1952
Nov. 15, 1950

Apr. 11, 1951

Mar. 9, 1951
Feb. 18, 1949

Apr. 26, 1950



FSO-1 - -

FSO-1 —

FSO-2 - —

FSO-2 - -

FSS-2 - -

FSO-3 - -

FSR-3 - -

FSS-3 - —

FSS-6 - -

FSS-6 - -

FSR-5 - -

FSS-7 - -

FSS-8 - -

FSO-5 —

FSO-5 - —

FSO-5 - -

FSS-8 - -

FSS-9 - -

FSS-9 - -

FSS-9 - —



Niagara Falls, Ontario (C) -



Quebec, Quebec (C)



Reglna, Saskatchewan (C)
St. John, New Brunswick
(C).



Feb, 1


1951


FSS-7


Jan. 29


1952


FSS-10


Apr. 6


1951


FSS-6


May 10


1927


FSS-11


June 29,


1950


FSO-2


Dec. 22,


1949


FSS-7


Mar. 28,


1951


FSO-5


Aug. 1,


1950


FSO-2


July 12,


1951


FSO-2 ■


Mar. 19,


1951


FSO-3 -


Jan, 17,


1950


FSS-6 -


May 8,


1951


FSS-6 -


Feb. 10,


1950


FSS-6 -


Sept. 1,


1949


FSS-8 -


Sept. 8,


1950


FSO-5 -


Apr. 16,


1951


FSS-8 -


Jan. 15,


1951


FSS-9 -


Aug. 16,


1949


FSO-5 -


July 31,


1937


FSS-9 -


June 30,


1950


FSS-10 -


Nov. 20,


1950


FSO-3 -


Aug. 31,


1951


FSO-5 -


Oct. 9,


1950


FSS-7 -


Dec. 4,


1951


FSO-4 -


Jan. 16,


1951


FSS-8 -


bodia and Laos


resident



resident in Saigon.



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT



II






Post



Name and title



Assignment
to post



Category
and class



Salary



John's, Newfoundland
(CG).

tronto, Ontario (CG)



ancouver, British Columbia
(CG).



ictorl a, British Columbia
(C).
indsor, Ontario (C)



rinnipeg, Manitoba (CG) -



CANADA - Continued

Horatio Mooers, cons, gen

Ellis A. Bonnet, cons

A. Hugh Douglas, Jr. , v. c

George J. Haering, cons, gen —

Adrian B. Colquitt, cons

Frederick A. Bohne, cons

George F. Bogardus, cons

Robert William Harding, cons —
John Pazourek, constr. supervisor

Mildred V. Deike, v. c

Kingdon W. Swayne, v. c

Vernon V. Hukee, v. c

Waldo H. Heinrichs, Jr. , v. c —
Robert Lacy Smyth, cons, gen

James E. Callahan, cons

Nelson P. Meeks, cons

Roland K. Beyer, v. c

Hogan F. Buford, v. c

Arthur Potter Allen, v. c

Frederick W. Hinke, cons

Philip G. Cottell, v. c

Robert J. Cavanaugh, cons

Charles C. Sundell, cons

Levi Pease Smith, Jr. , v. c

Ralph C. Fratzke, v. c

Laurence C. Frank, cons, gen

Mulford A. Colebrook, cons

Eugene L. Padberg, Jr., cons
Joseph W. Sowell, v. c

CEYLON



Nov.

Nov.

Apr.

Nov.

May

Jan.

Mar.

Jan.

July

Apr.

May

Nov.

Nov.

Mar.

Aug.

May

Apr.

Apr.

Feb.

Sept.

May

Jan.

Dec.

Oct.

Dec.

May

Aug.

Mar.

Sept.



20,
21,
14,
23,
31,
16,
16,

1,
24,
19,
31,
21,
21,
22,

2,

5,
10,

4,
24,

8,
24,
10,
10,
24,
30,

8,
21,
16,
10,



1950
1950
1950
1951
1951
1920
1950
1928
1952
1948
1951
1950
1951
1950
1949
1925
1950
1952
1950
1950
1952
1950
1940
1949
1950
1950
1950
1950
1945



FSO-3 ■
FSO-4 ■
FSS-10-
FSO-1 ■
FSO-4 ■
FSS-5 ■
FSO-4 ■
FSS-6 ■
FSS-6 ■
FSS-8 ■
FSO-5 ■
FSO-5 ■
FSO-6 ■
FSO-1 ■
FSS-3 •
FSS-4 ■
FSO-5 ■
FSS-7 ■
FSO-5 ■
FSO-2 ■
FSS-8 ■
FSO-3 -
FSS-7 -
FSO-5 ■
FSS-9 -
FSO-2 -
FSO-4 -
FSO-4 -
FSS-9 -



$ 9
8
4

12
7
7
6
6
6
6
5
5
4

13
8
7
6
5
5

11
5
9
6
5
4

11
8
7
4



,430
,863
,683
,800
,863
,455
,963
,681
,681
,033
,513
,313
,593
,600
,481
,689
,713
,907
,313
,850
,853
,130
,267
,713
,899
,500
,463
,863
,899



olombo (E)



(NA)



Joseph C. Satterthwaite, A. E. and P - •

Myron L. Black, 1st sec; cons

Bernard A. Gufler, couns. of emb

Andrew Vincent Corry, att. ^

Argus J. Tresidder, att

Bruce B. Palmer, att

James Walker Alley, radio engineer

Donald E. Hare, att

Edward H. Park, radio engineer

Howard Imbrey, asst. att

Harold Goldstein, librarian

Raymond John Becker, 2d sec. ; v. c

Leaman R. Hunt, admin, officer

Theodore L. Eliot, Jr., 3d sec; v. c —
William M. Kahmann, 3d sec; v. c

Comdr. Samuel Nixdorff, naval att. and

naval att. for air.
Lt. Comdr. Mahlon Joseph Williams,

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. for

air.



Sept. 22,
Sept. 20,
May 25,
Sept. 4,
Apr. 2,
June 6,
June 15,
June 28,
Aug. 10,
Sept. 3,
Sept. 17,
June 1,
May 1,
July 31,
Feb. 16,



1949
1950
1951
1947
1949
1951
1951
1951
1951
1951
1951
1950
1951
1950
1951



June 6, 1952
Nov. 13, 1950



FSO-1
FSO-2
FSO-2
FSS-1
FSR-3
FSS-4
FSS-4
FSS-4
FSS-5
FSS-7
FSS-7
FSO-5
FSS-9
FSO-6
FSO-6



11,130
11,130
10, 550
9,130
7,929
7,689
7,689
7,095
6,267
5,907
5,313
4,719
4,593
4,593



CHILE



Santiago (E)



for



Claude G. Bowers, A. E. and P
Carlos C. Hall, couns. of emb -
H. Gerald Smith, couns. of emb.
econ. affairs.

Robert Gordon Glover, cml. att

Warren H. McKenney, att. 2

Charles Allan Stewart, 1st sec. ; cons
Philip M. Davenport, 1st sec. ; cons -
John M. Vebber, 1st sec. ; cons —
Overton G. Ellis, Jr. , 2d sec. ; cons
Hector C. Adam, Jr., 2d sec. ; cons -

Emery R. Kiraly, att

Donald C. Marelius, att



June 22,


1939






Nov. 29,


1949


FSO-1 —


12, 800


Oct. 8,


1949


FSR-2 —


11,500


Dec. 27,


1950


FSS-1 —


10, 550


June 5,


1950


FSS-2 —


10,250


July 1,


1949


FSO-3 —


9,130


Apr. 3,


1950


FSO-3 —


9,130


Apr. 24,


1950


FSO-3 -


9,130


Feb. 18,


1952


FSO-4 —


8,463


June 6,


1952


FSO-4 —


8,463


Feb. 4,


1952


FSS-5 —


7,455


Mar. 28,


1952


FSS-5 —


7,455



^Assigned also to Karachi, Katmandu, New Delhi, and Rangoon; resident in New Delhi.
Assigned also to Bogota', Buenos Aires, Lima, Montevideo, Quito, and Rio de Janeiro.



12



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1 , 1952



Post



Name and title



Assignment
to post



Category
and class



Salary



Santiago (E)- -Continued -



(AA, NA, & Air A)



Concepcion (CA)

Antofagasta (C)

Valparaiso (C)

Cruz Grande, Coquim-
bo (CA).



CHILE- -Continued

Leonora M. -R. Kuhn, asst. att

NedC. Fahs, att

Arthur J. Romero, cons

Hyman Bloom, cons

James Maish, Jr., asst. att

Maurice J. Broderick, 2d sec. ; v. c

John C. Stoddard, v. c

David S. McMorris, 2d sec. ; v. c

George E. Wolcott, asst. att

Margarite H. Tanck, v. c

Sidney N. Milliken, asst. att

Roy R. Hermesman, v. c

James E. Officer, asst. att

Col. Clarence W. Bennett, army att

Capt. William Vincent Deutermann, naval

att. and naval att. for air.

Lt. Col. William E. Ross, air att

CWO Winfield W. Bitting, asst. army att-
Lt. Col. Charles H. Roadman, asst. air

att.^
Capt. Leonard E. Pratt, asst. air att - -
Capt. Arthur D. Gaston, asst. air att —

Cortlandt Rugless Sweet, cons, agt

Mansfield McMahan, v. c

Louis H. De Armas, v. c

Richard M. de Lambert, cons, gen

Samuel H. Young, v. c

Frank T. Rueter, cons, agt



Jan. 5,


1950


FSR-4 —


$ 6, 963


May 16,


1950


FSS-6 - —


6,681


Oct. 13,


1947


FSS-8 -


6,213


Feb. 6,


1952


FSS-7 - —


6,087


May 2,


1946


FSS-7 - -


5,907


Sept. 22,


1951


FSO-5 — -


5,713


Nov. 30,


1949


FSS-8 — -


5.673


Dec. 19,


1949


FSO-5 -


5,513


Nov. 17,


1951


FSS-8 - -


5,313


Nov. 13,


1950


FSS-9 - -


5,079


Oct. 16,


1933


FSS-9 —


4,899


May 31,


1951


FSS-9 — -


4,719


July 1,


1951


FSS-9 — -


4,719


Feb. 21,


1950






Apr. 8,


1952






Dec. 7,


1950






Dec. 7,


1949






Aug. 20,


1951






Aug. 12,


1950






Feb. 14,


1951






Nov. 25,


1950






July 16,


1951


FSS-10 —


4,443


Feb. 6,


1951


FSS-11 - -


4,407


Feb. 28,


1950


FSO-3 —


10, 930


Dec. 13,


1950


FSS-8 - —


5,673


July 16,


1933







Taipei, Taiwan (Formosa)
(E).



CHINA

Karl L. Rankin, charge d'affaires ad in-
terim; minister; cons. gen.

Howard P. Jones, couns. of emb

Robert W. Rinden, 1st sec. ; cons

Josiah W. Bennett, public affairs officer ■

John T. Houbelt, info, officer

Edward Stansbury, att. (Kaohsiung)

Edward J. Conlon, att

Armand I. Vallieres, asst. att

Harold G. McConeghey, v. c

Richard T. Ewing, 2d sec. ; v. c

Waldemar A. Olson, v. c

Louise A. Lyon, v. c

Ralph M. Kearney, disbursing officer —

James R. Johnston, 3d sec. ; v. c

William Ackerman Buell, Jr. , 3d sec. ;
V. c.

Col. John H. Lattin, army att

Capt. Henry Thompson Jarrell, naval

att. and naval att. for air.
Col. Shepler Ward FitzGerald, air att - -
Lt. Col. Graham E. Schmidt, asst. army

att.
Maj. Arthur E. Keller, asst. army att -
Capt. Roy R. Van Dusen, Jr., asst.

army att.
Capt. David Erlenkotter, asst. army att -
Comdr. Roland Walker Kenney, asst.

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air.
Lt. Col. Ernest Edward Pegau, asst. naval

att. and asst. naval att. for air.
I Lt. Comdr. Robert Henry Smith, asst.
I naval att. and asst. naval att. for air.

^Assigned to Asuncidn, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago.



(AA, NA, & Air A)



Aug. 8, 1950 FSO-CM -



Aug. 7,
Jan. 4,
Nov. 15,
Mar. 26,
Feb. 18,
Feb. 19,
Dec. 17,
Sept. 28,
June 25,
Dec. 12,
Apr. 27,
Jan. 25,
Apr. 2,
Jan. 2,



Feb. 27,
Oct. 22,

Jan. 28,
July 20,

July 20,
Oct. 3,

Apr. 29,
Aug. 13,

May 23,

Jan. 9,



1951
1951
1951
1951
1952
1952
1951
1951
1951
1950
1951
1952
1951
1952



1952
1951

1952
1950

1950
1950

1952
1951

1952

1952



FSO-2
FSO-3
FSS-3
FSS-5
FSS-5
FSS-6
FSS-7
FSS-9
FSO-5
FSS-9
FSS-9
FSS-9
FSO-6
FSO-6



14, 300

11, 130
9,130
8,481
7,275
7,275
6,681
5,907
5,619
5,313
5,079
4,899
4,719
4,593
4,593



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT



13



Post



Name and title



Assignment
to post



Category
and class



Salary



NA, & Air A)-
I Continued.



CHINA- -Continued

Lt. William Thomas Brown, Jr., asst.

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air.
Lt. Walter Franklin Zartman, asst. naval

att. and asst. naval att. for air.
Lt. Frederick Sasscer Gore, asst. naval

att. and asst. naval att. for air.
Lt. Col. Lucius R. Holbrook, Jr. , asst.

air att.
Maj. Charles E. Phlpps, asst. air att —
Capt. Stephen J. Welsh, asst. air att —
Capt. Raymond E. White, asst. air att -



Aug. 31, 1951

Apr. 4, 1952'

Apr. 10, 1952

Apr. 14, 1951

Apr. 29, 1952
Dec. 15, 1950
June 4, 1951



kg (E), closed Mar. 5, 1950.

Ji, Kwantung (CO), closed Aug. 24, 1949.

(king (C), closed Nov. 19, 1949.

(i, Liaoning (C), closed Oct. 21, 1949.

I^w, Hupeh (CG), closed Dec. 5, 1949.

n.ne. Yunnan (C), closed Dec. 10, 1949.

Liaoning (CG), closed Dec. 6, 1949.

Hopeh (CG), closed Apr. 10, 1950.
Kiangsu (CG), closed Apr. 25, 1950.
Hopeh (CG), closed Apr. 14, 1950.
I . Sinkiang (C), closed Sept. 27, 1949.
uao. Shantung (CG), closed Jan. 23, 1950.



COLOMBIA



i^i(E)



AA & Air A)



anquilla (C)
(C)



Buenaventura (CA)
fllin (C)



Capus M. Waynick, A. E. and P

Clarence E. Birgfeld, couns. of emb -
Thomas S. Campen, couns. of emb. for
econ. affairs.

Warren H. McKenney, att.-"^

Lester Ziffren, 1st sec

MerrUl W. Abbey, att

John E. Guiney, Jr., att

Carl E. Moore, att

William Kane, cons. ; asst. att

J. William Henry, 2d sec; v. c

Richard F. Lankenau, 2d sec; v. c — •

Williams Beal, 2d sec. ; v. c

Givon Parsons, v. c ; asst. att

Michael A. DeMarco, asst. att

Edward P. Kardas, v. c

Lewis Marion White, 3d sec. ; v. c

Lt. Col. Leland R. Drake, army att -
Lt. Col. William F. Duncan , air att.^
Capt. Robert D. MilhoUand, asst. air

att. 2
Capt. John A. Callahan, asst. air att. '
1st Lt. Joe Richard .juintana, asst. air

att. 2



Douglas Flood, cons

John W. Fisher, v. c

Frangois M. Dickman, v. c

Robert Janz, cons

Hugh E. Veltman, v. c —
Bruno M. Trevino, v. c
Robert R. Early, cons, agt
William Clarke Vyse, cons
William D. Broderick, v. c



COSTA RICA



rose' (E)



Philip B. Fleming, A. E. and P

Philip P. Williams, 1st sec; cons —
Edward Livingston Tanner, att.^

ssigned also to Buenos Aires, Lima, Montevideo, Quito, Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago
ssigned also to Caracas and Cuito; resident in Caracas,
ssigned also to Panam^.



July 28,


1951






June 29,


1951


FSO-2 — -


$11,130


Oct. 22,


1951


FSO-2 —


11,130


June 5,


1950


FSS-2 - —


10,250


Dec. 29,



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