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1951


FSR-3 -


9,130


Feb. 11,


1952


FSR-3 —


9,130


Feb. 6,


1952


FSS-6 —


6,861


Nov. 1,


1951


FSS-6 —


6,501


Aug. 28,


1951


FSS-7 —


6,267


Jan. 15,


1951


FSO-5 —


6,113


Feb. 14,


1951


FSO-5 - —


5,913


Dec. 5,


1951


FSO-5 —


5,913


Aug. 31,


1950


FSS-7 —


5,907


Apr. 26,


1951


FSR-5 —


5,313


Apr. 26,


1951


FSS-9 - —


5,259


Nov. 15,


1951


FSO-6 —


4,793


Dec. 8,


1950






Dec. 5,


1949






Feb. 13,


1951






Feb. 15,


1951






Dec. 21,


1949






Oct. 13,


1951


FSO-4 —


8,463


Dec. 4,


1950


FSO-5 —


5,313


Nov. 26,


1951


FSO-6 —


4,593


Apr. 20,


1949


FSO-3 - —


9,130


Feb. 29,


1952


FSS-8 — -


5,673


Feb. 19,


1951


FSS-U —


3,927


July 24,


1950






Mar. 18,


1949


FSO-4 —


8,863


Apr. 20,


1951


FSO-6 —


4,593


Apr. 18,


1951






May 1,


1951


FSO-3 - —


9,430


Oct. 9,


1947


FSS-3 —


9,201



14



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1952



Post



Name and title



Assignment
to post



San Jos^ (E) - Continued -



(AA, NA, & Air A)



Golfito (CA)

Port Lim(fn (CA)
Puntarenas (CA)



COSTA RICA - Continued

Frederick J. Cunningham, 2d sec. ; cor

Henry H. McGeorge, att

Erwin W. Wendt, 2d sec; cons

John B. Crume, 2d sec. ; cons

Alex A. Cohen, att. ; cons

Paul Bennett Carr, v. c ,

Thomas Anthony Brady, v. c

William Perry Stedman, Jr. , 2d sec. ;
V. c.

Kenneth W. Vittetoe, v. c

Leona L. Kempainen, admin, asst - ■



Habana (E)



Col. Charles B. Layton, army att. i

Capt. William Kirten, Jr., naval att. and

naval att. for air. 2
Lt. Col. Vernon P. Martin, air att. ^
Lt. Comdr. Joseph Merit Tully, Jr.,

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

air. *
Lt. Col. Theodore J. McAdam, asst. air

att. 3
Capt. Manuel J. Chavez, asst. air att.3 -

John G. Spiller, cons, agt

Wallace B. Clark, cons, agt

John J. Hand, cons, agt

CUBA

Willard L. Beaulac, A. E. and P

Harold M. Randall, couns. of emb. for

econ. affairs.
Paul J. Reveley, 1st sec. ; cons, gen —

Guy Louis Bush, att

David S. Green, att

Earl T. Grain, 1st sec; cons - -

Thomas Harold Englesby, att

Irvin S. Lippe, att

Chester E. Davis, att

Raymond Lee Harrell, att.'

Jacob Canter, att

Thomas M. Reid, att

Richard G. Gushing, att

Ben Zweig, cons

Rudolph H. Gomez, att

Robert J. McArdle, supervisor of constr-

Edwin M. Terrell, asst. att

Edward C. Webster, Jr., cons

Frederick D. Leatherman, asst. att

John C. Bonnet, att

John H. Marvin, cons

Walter M. Bastian, Jr. , asst. att

Bruce R. Crooks, 2d sec. ; cons

William P. Robertson, v. c

George R. Bingham, v. c

Raoul F. Washington, v. c

Joseph E. Vargo, constr. asst

Walter P. Houk, 2d sec. ; v. c

Ramon S. ALfonzo, v. c

George Varrelmann, asst. att

Weikko A. Forsten, asst. att

Henry Testman Andersen, v. c

Nicholas Fortucci, v. c

Clarisse A. Dubreuil, admin, asst



Nov. 17, 1948

Sept. 19, 1951

May 18, 1949

Feb. 5, 1952

Apr. 22, 1946

June 19, 1950

June 28, 1951

Mar. 6, 1950

Aug. 29, 1951
Sept. 28, 1951

May 29, 1952
Apr. 7, 1952

May 29, 1952
May 14, 1951



June 7, 1951

Aug. 4, 1950
June 11, 1949
Nov. 7, 1949
Sept. 7, 1948



June 20, 1951
Apr. 15, 1952

Mar. 3, 1950
Oct. 17, 1950
Nov. 1, 1951
Apr. 20, 1949
June 13, 1949
July 30, 1951
Oct. 18, 1950
Dec. 12, 1946
Mar. 20, 1950
Apr. 4, 1952
Mar. 21, 1952
Oct. 10, 1951
Dec. 29, 1950
Dec. 24, 1950
Dec. 2, 1949
July 12, 1948
Nov. 23, 1949
Apr. 4, 1952
June 1, 1926
Oct. 23, 1950
Sept. 19, 1951
Feb. 13, 1952
May 14, 1952
June 8, 1921
Jan. 31, 1951
Dec. 1, 1949
Feb. 14, 1927
Sept. 22, 1943
Apr. 28, 1950
Jan. 3, 1951
Jan. 25, 1952
May 22, 1951



Category
and class



FSO-4
FSR-4
FSO-4
FSO-4
FSS-6
FSS-7
FSS-8
FSO-5

FSS-9
FSS-9






FSO-CM -
FSO-2 - -

FSO-2 - -

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



^Assigned also to Managua.

^Assigned also to Guatemala, Managua, Mexico City, San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa.

^Assigned also to Guatemala, Managua, San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa.

Assigned also to Guatemala, Managua, Mexico City, San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa; naval liaison
officer at British Honduras; resident in Mexico City.

'Assigned also to Bogota, Caracas, Guatemala, Managua, Mexico City, Panama, San Jos^, San
Salvador, and Tegucigalpa.



POSTS OF ASSIG^fMENT



15



Post



Name and title



Assignment
to post



Category
and class



Salary



JHabana (E)- -Continued



(AA, NA, & Air A)



Camagiiey (CA)

Sagua la Grande (CA) .
Santiago de Cuba (C)



Antilla (CA)



Praha (E)



(AA & Air A)



CUBA - Continued

Henry W. Dodge, v. c

Ben L. Stotts, v. c

Robert K. Sherwood, 3d sec; v. c

Helen L. Campi, personnel officer

Lawrence H. Berlin, 3d sec. ; v. c

Lt. Col. Vincent M. Elmore, Jr. , army

att.
Comdr. Paul Brennan Ryan, naval att.

and naval att. for air. ^

Col. Robert J. Mason, air att.'

Maj. Thomas A. Beckett, asst. air att. -
Capt. Clarence G. Rarick, asst. air

att. 2



Paul A. Tate, cons, agt
Eugene E. Jova, cons, agt
Harry W. Story, cons
Arthur W. Feldman, v. c
Juan A. Reed, cons, agt



CZECHOSLOVAKIA



Ellis O. Briggs, A. E. and P
Tyler Thompson, couns. of emb
Nat B. King, couns. of emb

Edward J. Thomas, att

Spencer M. King, 1st sec; cons
Christopher A. Squire, 3d sec. ; v.



Lt. Col. George L. Atwood, army att
Col. Theodore Henry Erb, air att —



Oct. 5, 1949
July 17, 1950
Aug. 14, 1951
Dec. 6, 1942
Jan. 24, 1951

Sept. 27, 1951

May 5, 1950

Jan. 23, 1951
Mar. 18, 1952
June 29, 1949



Mar. 3, 1949
July 1, 1921
Feb. 27, 1918
Sept. 27, 1951
June 7, 1946



Sept. 1, 1949

Mar. 22, 1950

July 1, 1952

Dec. 12, 1951

Nov. 16, 1951

July 31, 1951

Aug. 28, 1950

Sept. 26, 1951



FSS-9
FSS-9
FSO-6
FSS-9
FSO-6



FSS-7
FSS-9



FSO-CM
FSO-1 -
FSO-2 -
FSS-3 —
FSO-4 -
FSO-6 —



$ 4, 899
4,899
4,793
4,719
4,393



6,447
5,259



12,800

11,130

8,721

7,263

4,993



DENMARK



Copenhagen (Kobenhavn)
(E).



(AA, NA, & Air A)



Eugenie Anderson, A. E. and P

Harold Shantz, coims. of emb

Charles P. O'Donnell, 1st sec; cons -

John O. Bell, couns. of emb

Howard Trivers, 1st sec; cons

William G. Roll, att

Cecil Viggo Albertson, att

Edward Perrin Dobyns, att

Michael Weyl, att

William R. Duggan, 2d sec. ; cons

Brooks McClure, att

Virgil M. Elliott, v. c —

Guy Oliver Long, asst. att

Hedin Bronner, att

William C. George, 2d sec. ; cons

Henry Niels Rann, disbursing officer -

Edelen Fogarty, asst. att

John M. Kolbjornsen, v. c

Lois M. Unger, v. c

Herbert I. Goodman, 3d sec. ; v. c —

Walter S. Burke, v. c

Harvey Frans Nelson, Jr. , 3d sec. ; v. c



Col. Raymond L. Cato, army att

Capt. Robert Green Lockhart, naval att.

and naval att. for air.
Col. George L. Wertenbaker, air att.'
Lt. Col. Charles A. Reinhard, asst.

army att.
Lt. Comdr. Charles Arthur Taylor, Jr.,

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att.

for air.



Oct. 20


1949


Oct. 5
Aug. 31


1949
1950


Dec. 10
June 27


1951
1950


Sept. 17


1947


July 9


1951


Feb. 14
May 6


1951
1950


Aug. 7


1950


Mar. 29
Aug. 31


1951
1948


Oct. 3
June 7
May 29


1949
1951
1951


Apr. 11


1946


Mar. 23


1951


May 27


1949


Jan. 13


1949


Jan. 29


1951


Aug. 1


1951


Nov. 15


1951


Oct. 16


1951


Dec 28


1950


Apr. 21


1950


Dec. 20


1950


Sept. 12


1951



FSO-1
FSO-2
FSO-2
FSR-3
FSS-3
FSR-3
FSS-4
FSR-4
FSO-4
FSR-4
FSS-6
FSS-6
FSS-6
FSO-5
FSS-7
FSS-8
FSS-9
FSS-9
FSO-6
FSS-9
FSO-6



14


300


u


130


11


130


10


030


9


441


9


130


7


689


7


263


6


963


6


963


6


861


6


681


6


681


6


113


6


087


6,


033


5


259


5,


079


4


793


4,


719


4,


593



^Assigned also to Port-au-Prince.
^Assigned also to Ciudad Trujillo and Port-au-Prince.
Assigned also to and resident in Stockholm.



16



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1952




Category
and class



Salary



Copenhagen (Kobenhavn)
'E) - Continued.
(A A, NA, & Air A) -
Continued.



Godthaab (C)



DENMARK- -Continued

Lt. Col. George R. Rew, asst. air att. ^■
Maj. Herbert J. Rogers, asst. air att.^ -

Maj. Burt Rowen, asst. air att. ^

Capt. William E. Moelich, asst. air att -

(Greenland)

Donald A. Lewis, v. c



May 22, 1951

Feb. 13, 1951

Feb. 4, 1952

Dec. 6, 1950



[July 14, 1950 I FSS-7 - -|$6, 267



Ciudad Trujillo (E)



(NA & Air A)



DOMINICAN REPUBLIC



Phelps Phelps, app. A.E. and P
William Belton, 1st sec. ; cons —
Richard A. Johnson, 1st sec; cons
Stanley G. Slavens, 2d sec; cons -

Richard M. Barr, att

Allen H. Lester, asst. att

Girvan Teall, cons

Wendell W. Woodbury, 2d sec. ; v. c
Bernard Ramirez, admin, officer -
Giles W. Tripp, econ. officer —



Lt. Comdr. Howard Campbell Gilmer,
naval att. and naval att. for air.

Col. Robert J. Mason, air att. ^

Maj. Thomas A. Beckett, asst. air att.' -
Capt. Clarence G. Rarick, asst. air att. ^



June 27,
Dec. 20,
Mar. 17,
Feb. 26,
Nov. 8,
Nov. 19,
Oct. 6,
Feb. 7,
Sept. 5,
Oct. 25,



1952
1948
1952
1951
1951
1951
1950
1952
1928
1949



Feb. 21, 1952

Jan. 23, 1951
Mar. 18, 1952
Oct. 18, 1949



FSO-3
FSO-3
FSO-4
FSR-4
FSS-8
FSS-8
FSO-5
FSS-8
FSS-9



La Romana (CA) Harry Gabriel Godley, cons, agt Nov 5 1947

Puerto Libertador (CA)- | Victor C. MacMillan, cons, agt |june 26^ 1947



9,430
9,430
8,463
7,863
6,213
5,853
5,313
5,313
4,719



Quito (E)



(AA & Air A)



Guayaquil (CG)



ECUADOR

Paul C. Daniels, A. E. and P

John N. Hamlin, couns. of emb

Warren H. McKenney, att.''

Royce A. Wight, att

Linton L. Barrett, att

Marvin A. Derrick, att

William G. Rogers, att

Norman E. Warner, 2d sec. ; v. c

Richard H. Courtenaye, 2d sec. ; v. c —
Howard E. Shetterly, v. c



Col. Herbert B. Enderton, army att -
Lt. Col. William F. Duncan, air att. ^-
Capt. Robert D. Milholland, asst. air

att.^
Capt. John A. Callahan, asst. air att. '■
1st Lt. Joe Richard Quintana, asst. air

att.'

Paul W. Meyer, cons, gen

Richard C. SalvaUerra, public affairs
officer.

Robert A. Stevenson, cons

Frederick D. Sharp, 3d, cons

John S. Dougherty, v. c

Raymond E. Gonzalez, v. c

Robert T. Shaw, v. c



Cairo (E)



EGYPT

Jefferson Caffery, A. E. and P

John Ralph Nichols, country dir

Robert Mills McClintock, couns. of emb



Apr. 19, 1951


FSO-CM -




May 10, 1950


FSO-2 - —


11,130


June 5, 1950


FSS-2 —


10, 250


Jan. 14, 1951


FSS-4 - -


8,169


June 11, 1951


FSR-4 - —


7,863


Aug. 20, 1951


FSS-7 —


6,807


Nov. 1, 1950


FSS-7 —


5,907


Oct. 22, 1951


FSO-5 —


5,713


Nov. 8, 1950


FSO-5 - -


5,313


Apr. 23, 1952


FSS-9 —


4,719


Sept. 12, 1951






Jan. 13, 1950






Feb. 13, 1951






Feb. 15, 1951






Dec. 21, 1949






Mar. 20, 1951


FSO-2 —


11,850


June 5, 1952


FSR-4 —


7,263


Feb. 27, 1950


FSO-4 — -


6,963


Sept. 11, 1951


FSO-4 — -


6,963


Apr. 26, 1950


FSS-8 —


5,313


Nov. 20, 1951


FSO-6 —


4,793


May 28, 1952


FSS-9 —


4,719


July 9, 1949


FSO-CM -




May 19, 1952


FSR-1 — -


13, 200


May 2, 1952


FSO-1 —


12, 800



^Assigned also to and resident in Stockholm.



^Assigned also to Oslo and Stockholm.

^Assigned also to Habana and Port-au-Prince; resident in Habana

Assigned also to Bogota', Buenos Aires, Lima, Montevideo, Rio de Janeiro, and SanUago

Assigned also to Bogoti and Caracas; resident in Caracas.



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT



17



Post



Name and title



Assignment
to post



Category
and class



Salary



Cairo (E) - Continued



EGYPT— Continued

Charles Robert Payne, 1st sec

Ralph B. Curren, 1st sec. ; cons. ^

Harvey A. Bitffalo, att

Randall S. Williams, Jr. , coims. of emb.
for econ. affairs.

William C. Bourne, att

Josephs. Sparks, 1st sec; cons

Perry Ellis, 1st sec; cons

Jasper Yeates Brinton, att

Paul S. Lunt, att.^ - — -

Jay George Diamond, att

BurttF. McKee, Jr., att

William Henry Weathersby, att

John Barnes Riordan, att

Keith E. Adamson, att

Edgar Henri Potvin, housing specialist -

Jack Arnold Herfurt, att

Lucile Dudgeon, att

Blake Cochran, att

LaMar D. Mulliner, cons

Stephen Paterson Belcher, Jr., att

William C. Lakeland, 2d sec. ; cons

James M. Keys, att

Daniel Philip Oleksiw, att

Herbert M. Hooker, att

James Anthony Dibrell, att

Michael Oleyar, Jr., asst. att. ^

Basil F. MacGowan, cons

Walter W. McCormack, procurement and

supply officer.
Alfred J. Malchow, printing plant super-
visor.

Merritt M. Grant, v. c

Harry Clarkson Hill, asst. att

Charles B. Ferguson, asst. att. *

Hobart N. Luppi, asst. att

Thomas Howard Peters, asst. att

Patricia E. Russell, special asst. to pub-
lic affairs officer.

Glenn F. Hall, v. c — -

Kathleen D. O'Shaughnessy, admin.

officer (TCA).
Clarence J. Heissel, communications

technician. '
Carrie Elizabeth Dreibelbies, asst. att —

Robert Simpson, 2d sec. ; v. c

Albert C. Fox, asst. att.'

JohnC. Grover, Jr., courier ser.

supervisor.
Charles W. Sadtler, Jr. , motion picture
technician.

Carroll F. Conover, asst. att

Dale K. Betts, asst. att - —

Carl I. von Hellens, v. c

Alan W. Rockwell, asst. att

Eimice Taylor, sec

Myles Standish, 3d, v. c



Apr.


23


1951


Dec.


23


1944


Mar


28


1950


Nov.


1


1950


Oct.


10


1951


Sept


16


1950


Mar


3


1952


Dec.


27


1948


Apr.


2


1951


May


16


1951


Aug.


15


1951


Feb.


18


1951


Mar


6


1951


July


26


1949


June


9


1952


June


1


1951


July


17


1950


Apr.


1


1952


Dec.


7


1950


May


19


1952


Apr.


12


1951


Feb.


29


1952


Mar


24


1952


June


2


1947


Mar


31


1952


July


19


1950


Mar.


14


1952


May


28


1952


June


4


1952


Oct.


3


1951


Dec.


7


1950


Oct.


8


1951


Mar.


28


1952


June


6


1951


Jan.


25


1952


May


5


1950


Sept.


28


1951


July


1


1951


Oct.


3


1951


Sept.


26


1950


May


12


1950


Sept.


13


1950


May


29


1952


July


12


1948


Feb.


8


1952


Mar.


31


1952


Mar.


22


1951


July


19


1949


Nov.


3,


1950



FSR-2 -

FSO-3 -

FSS-1 -

FSO-3 -

FSR-3 -

FSO-3 -

FSO-3 -

FSR-3 -

FSR-4 -

FSS-4 -

FSR-4 -

FSR-4 -

FSS-4 -

FSR-4 -

TCA-4 -

FSS-4 -

FSS-5 -

FSR-4 -

FSS 5 -

FSS-5 -

FSO-4 -

FSR-4 -

FSR-4 -

FSS-6 -

FSS-6 -

FSS-6 -

FSS-6 -

FSS-6 -

FSS-6 -

FSS-7 -

FSS-7 —

FSS-7 -

FSS-7 -

FSR-5 -

FSS-7 -

FSS-8 -

FSS-8 -

FSS-8 -

FSS-9 -

FSO-5 -

FSS-8 -

FSS-8 -

FSS-8 —

FSS-9 -

FSS-9 -

FSS-9 —

FSS-9 —

FSS-9 —

FSO-6 —



$11

10

9

9



130
330
950
430

430
130
130
130
763
649
463
163
929
863
863
689
455
263
095
095
963
963
963
861
861
501
501
501

501

267
087
087
087
913
907

673
673

493

439
313
313
313

313

079
079
079
899
719
593



^Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Ankara, Athens, Baghdad, Beirut, Damascus, Jerusalem, Jidda, Kabul,
Tehran, and Tel Aviv.

^Assigned to Egypt (including Anglo- Egyptian Sudan), Lebanon, and Syria.

Assigned also to all posts in Afghanistan, Africa, Canary Islands, Ceylon, Cyprus, Greece, India, Iran,
Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Madagascar, Pakistan, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey.

■'Assigned also to Aden, Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kenya,
Lebanon, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tanganyika, Turkey, and Uganda.

^Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Amman, Baghdad, Beirut, Damascus, Jidda, Tehran, Tel Aviv, and
Tripoli.

'Assigned also as asst. att. at Baghdad and Beirut; asst. consular att. at Nicosia.



18



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1 , 1952



Post



Name and title



Assignment
to post



Category
and class



Salary



EGYPT - Continued



Cairo (E) — Continued
(AA, NA, & Air A)-



Alexandria (CG)



Port Said (C)



San Salvador (E)



(AA, NA, & Air A) -



Lt. Col. Russell W. Jenna, army att

Capt. Harry Warner Baltazzi, naval att.

and naval att. for air.

Col. Joseph A. L. Greco, air att. ^

Lt. Col. Hugh W. McClary, asst. army

att.
Comdr. Thomas J. Lewis, asst. naval

att. and asst. naval att. for air.
Lt. Comdr. Edwin Bonner House, asst.

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air.
Lt. Dan Gaston Frank, asst. naval att —
Lt. John Franklin Hill, asst. naval att.

and asst. naval att. for air.
Lt. (jg) Harlan Winston Lindenmuth, asst.

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air.
Lt. Col. David L. Evans, asst. air att.^ -
Maj. Robert W. Stewart, asst. air att. ^ -

William D. Wright, cons, gen

Thomas Ley Alexander, cons

John W. Waltz, v. c

Philo Dibble, v. c

Edwin M. Harbordt, v. c

Julia Louise Wooster, v. c

Elizabeth Randies, v. c

Ellis A. Johnson, cons

Leo William Shoemaker, v. c

EL SALVADOR

Angier Diddle Duke, A.E. and P

Andrew E. Donovan, 2d, 1st sec. ; cons -
Charles E. Harner, public affairs officer-
Richard C. Desmond, 2d sec. ; cons. ^ —
Joseph A. Silberstein, 2d sec. ; cons —

Frederick L. Royt, att. ; v. c

Harry L. HamJette, att

Thane A. Kuhlman, asst. att

John B. Young, 2d sec; v. c

John Lamar Mills, 3d sec; v. c

Col. Samuel P. Walker, Jr. , army att.^ -
Capt. William Kirten, Jr., naval att. and

naval att. for air. '•

Lt. Col. Vernon P. Martin, air att. '

Lt. Comdr. Joseph Merit TuUy, Jr.,

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att.

for air.*
Lt. Col. Theodore J. McAdam, asst. air

att. '
Capt. Manuel J. Chavez, Jr., asst. air

att. 5



Oct. 23, 1950

July 26, 1950

Aug. 5, 1950

Sept. 25, 1951

May 29, 1951

Mar. 9, 1951

June 7, 1951

Oct. 17, 1951

Apr. 1, 1952

Aug. 7, 1951

Dec. 16, 1949



June 20,
Oct. 1,
Mar. 7,
June 29,
Nov. 9,
Mar. 17,
Sept. 10,
Sept. 16,
June 29,



May 10,
Aug. 27,
Mar. 14,
June 11,
June 18,
Feb. 2,
Sept. 28,
May 14,
July 1,
Apr. 13,



1951
1951
1952
1949
1951
1950
1951
1948
1951



1952
1951
1952
1952
1948
1951
1950
1951
1949
1951



Feb. 23, 1950

Apr. 7, 1952

May 29, 1952

May 14, 1951



June 7, 1951
Aug. 4, 1950



FSR-2
FSR-4 ■
FSS-7 ■
FSS-8 •
FSO-5 •
FSS-8 •
FSS-8 •
FSS-5
FSS-11-



FSO-2
FSS-3
FSO-4
FSO-4

FSS-7

rss-7

FSS-7
FSO-5
FSO-6



$ 11,500
8,163
5, S07
5,673
5,513
5,493
5,493
7,635
3,927



11,130
8,481
7,263
6,963
6,267
6,087
6,087
5,313
4,393



ERITREA'



Asmara (C)



Edward W. Mulcahy, cons
Harrison L. Dick, v. c



I Feb. 18, 1950 I FSO-4 - -I 6,963
Nov. 1, 1951 FSS-9 - - 5,259



■'Assigned also to Addis Ababa.

^Assigned also to Managua and Tegucigalpa.

^ Assigned also as army liaison officer at British Honduras.

* Assigned also to Guatemala, Managua, Mexico City, San Jos^, and Tegucigalpa.

Assigned also to Guatemala, Managua, San Jos^, and Tegucigalpa.

Assigned also to Guatemala, Mexico City, San Jose", and Tegucigalpa; naval liaison officer at British
Honduras; resident in Mexico City.
' Under British military administration until federated with Ethiopia in September 1952.



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT



19



Post



Name and title



Assignment
to post



Category
and class



Salary



s Ababa (E)



(AA & Air A)



iinki (L)



(AA, NA, & Air A) —



is(E)



ESTONIA

Legation at Tallinn closed.

ETHIOPIA

J. Rives Childs, A. E. and P

Marcus J. Gordon, 1st sec

Nicholas A. Luongo, program officer - -
Richard D. Gatewood, 1st sec. ; cons —

John W. Kirkland, att

Clarence T. Breaux, 2d sec; cons

Glen W. Russ, att

Edward C. Jandy, att

H. Earle Russell, Jr., 3d sec; v. c —

Lt. Col. Ralph S. Eldridge, army att —

Col. Joseph A. L. Greco, air att. ^

Lt. Col. David L. Evans, asst. airatt. ^-
Maj. Robert W. Stewart, asst. air att. ^ -

FINLAND

JohnM. Cabot, E. E. and M. P

Frances E. Willis, couns. of leg

H. BartlettWells, 1st sec. ; cons

David G. WUson, Jr., 1st sec

John W. Lund, att

William Barnes, 2d sec. ; cons

Harold L. Bigler, att

Lester R. Ott, att -—

Tuure Tenander, att

John E. Crawford, asst. att

G. Alonzo Stanford, 2d sec. ; v. c

William H. Witt, 2d sec; V. c

John Koval, courier ser. supervisor —
Fred Hajjar, asst. att

Col. Bernard B. McMahon, army att —
Comdr. Frank George Reynolds, naval

att. and naval att. for air.
Maj. Howard T. Van de Car, air att - —
Lt. Col. Gordon C. Jones, asst. army att
Capt. James Aloysius Gallo, Jr. asst.

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air.
Capt. Theodore C. Pippin, Jr., asst. air

att.
Capt. Sidney G. Smith, asst. air att

FRANCE AND POSSESSIONS, etc.

(France)

James Clement Dunn, A. E. and P

Charles H. Bonesteel, 3d, att. (NAC) -

Raymond C. Miller, minister

Cecil Wayne Gray, couns. of emb. ; cons.

gen.

Robert H. Thayer, att

Theodore C. Achilles, dep. chief of

mission with personal rank of minister.
Livingston T. Merchant, dep. to special

rep. in Europe with personal rank of

amb.
Charles Morris Hulten, USIS regional

rep.
Richard C. Breithut, econ. officer.

(NAC).
Philip D. Sprouse, 1st sec. ; cons



Apr. 19,
Mar. 25,
May 14,
Sept. 29,
Mar. 7,
May 5,
May 2,
May 1,
Mar. 29,



1951
1952
1952
1951
1952
1952
1947
1950
1951



Apr. 30, 1952
Aug. 5, 1950
Aug. 7, 1951
Feb. 14, 1951



Feb.


2,


1950


Feb.


13,


1951


Jan.


6,


1951


Nov.


3,


1950


Apr.


11,


1951


July


10,


1950


Feb.


23,


1951


Jan.


8,


1952


Dec.


4,


1950


July


16,


1951


Mar


24,


1949


Jan.


4,


1950


June


5,


1951


Feb.


9,


1950


Oct.


6,


1949


Apr.


28,


1952


Oct.


28.


1949


Dec.


20,


1950


Jan.


22,


1952


Dec.


9,


1949


Feb.


16,


1951



FSO-CM-




FSR-2 — -


$ 11,130


FSS-2 - —


9,950


FSO-3 - —


9,730


FSS-4 - —


7,689


FSO-4 — -


6,963


FSS-6 —


6,861


FSR-5 —


6,713


FSO-6 —


4,593



FSO-CM-
FSO-1 —
FSO-3 -
FSO-3 -
FSR-4 —
FSO-4 -
FSR-4 -
FSR-4 -
FSS-6 -
FSS-7 -
FSO-5 -
FSO-5 -
FSS-9 -
FSS-9 -



Mar. 13,
Apr. 19,
Mar. 4,
July 28,


1952
1952
1952
1948


Feb. 2,
Apr. 1,


1951
1952


Mar. 24,


1952


Aug. 29,


1951


Apr. 27,


1952


June 17,


1950



FSO-CM-

FSO-CM-
FSO-1 —

FSR-1 —
FSO-1 —



FSO-1 -— 13,200



FSR-1
FSR-1
FSO-1



12,800
9,730
9,130
8,163
7,563
7,563
7,563
6,681
5,907
5,313
5,313
5,079
4,719



14,300
14, 300

14, 300
13,600



13,200
13,200
12, 800



Assigned also to Cairo.



20



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JULY 1, 1952



Post



Name and title



Assignment
to post



Category
and class



Paris (E) - Continued



FRANCE AND POSSESSIONS, etc . —Continued
(France) - -Continued



Douglas MacArthur, 2d, couns. of emb.

(NATO).
G. Frederick Reinhardt, couns. of emb.

(NATO War Coll.).
C. Burke Elbrick, couns. of emb. (NAC)
Graham Anderson Martin, couns. of emb ■

William R. Tyler, couns. of emb

Robert P. Terrill, 1st sec

Paul Birdsall, att

George L. Bell, att —

Omer W. Herrmann, att

Geoffrey Parsons, Jr. , att. (NATO)

Morrill Cody, att

Thomas T. Carter, att. ^

Charles A. Thomson, couns. of emb. for
UNESCO affairs.

Lawrence S. Morris, att

Clifford C. Matlock, att. (NAC)

Woodruff Wallner, couns. of emb

Rufus H. Lane, Jr., 1st sec. ; cons

Robert Newbegln, 1st sec. ; cons.
(MDAP).

Gerald M. Mayer, att

Jeffries Wyman, att

Richard B. Freund, att. (NAC) -

Joseph W. Scott, att

Frederick Allen Motz, att. ^

Eldon L. Bailey, att. ^

William Charles Buell, att

William O. Vanderburg, engineer (MSA) -

Olaf Francis Sundt, att

Roberto. Cleveland, 1st sec; cons

Sidney B. Jacques, att

R. Douglas Smith, att

Richard Eldridge, att

Alan B. Jacobs, regional constr. super-
visor.

Theodore L. Schumacher, att

Landreth M. Harrison, 1st sec. ; cons - ■



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