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(E)

Manila, Republic of the Philippines

(MSA)

ARA Maracaibo, Venezuela (C)

EUR Marseille, France (CG)

EUR Martinique, French West Indies (C)

FE Masan, Korea (USIE only).

ARA Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico

(C)

FE Matsuyama, Japan (USIE only).

ARA Mazatla'n, Sinaloa, Mexico (C) —

FE Medan, Indonesia (C(S. P. ))

ARA Medellin, Colombia (C)

EUR Melbourne, Victoria, Australia (C)

ARA Me'rida, Yucatsfn, Mexico (C) —

NEA Meshed, Iran (C)

Mesopotamia. See Iraq.

ARA Mexican, Baja California, Mexico

(C)

Mexico

ARA Mexico, D. F. , Mexico (E)

EUR Milan, Italy (CG)

ARA MoUendo, Peru (CA)

NEA Mombasa, Kenya, East Africa (C)-

Monaco

NEA Monrovia, Liberia (E) :

ARA Monterrey, Nuevo Lerfh, Mexico

(C) —

ARA Montevideo, Uruguay (E)

EUR Montreal, Quebec, Canada (CG) -

Morocco ^

EUR Moscow, Union of Soviet Socialist

Republics (E)

Mozambique, Africa

Mukden, Liaoning, China

GER Munich, Germany (CG)

FE Nagano, Japan (USIE only).

FE Nagasaki, Japan (USIE only).

FE Nagoya, Japan (C)

FE Nagoya, Japan (USIE).

NEA Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa (CG) -

Nanking, China

EUR Naples, Italy (CG)

EUR Nassau, New Providence,
Bahamas (C)

- - Nepal

Netherlands



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lOnal
^u

Netherlands Guiana. See Surinam.
Netherlands West Indies. See

Aruba and Curasao.

New Brunswick

New Caledonia

Newcastle-on-Tyne, England (C) -

New Delhi, India (E)

Newfoundland

New Providence, Bahamas. See

Nassau.

New Zealand

Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada

(C) —

Nicaragua

Nice, France (C)

Nicosia, Cyprus (C)

Nigeria, West Africa

Niigata, Japan (USIE only).

Nogales, Sonora, Mexico (C)

Northern Ireland. See Ireland,

Northern.

Norway

Noumea, New Caledonia (C)

Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas,

Mexico (C)

Okayama, Japan (USIE only).

Oporto, Portugal (C)

Osaka, Japan (USIE).

Oslo, Norway (E)

Oslo, Norway (MSA)

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (E)

Pakistan

Palermo, Italy (CG)

Palestine

Panama

Panama' Panama (E)

Para'. See BeleTm, Para' Brazil.

Paraguay

Paramaribo, Surinam (C)

Paris, France (E)

Paris, France (MSA)

Patras, Greece (USIE only).

Peiping, Hopeh, China

Penang, Federation of Malaya

(C(S.P.)) —

Pernambuco. See Recife,

Pernambuco, Brazil.
Persia. See Iran.
Perth, Western Australia,

Australia (C)

Peru

Philippines, Republic of the

Phnom Penh, Cambodia

(Indochina) (E)

Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico

(C)

Poland — 7

Ponta Delgada, SSb Miguel,

Azores (C)

Port-au-Prince, Haiti (E)

Port Elizabeth, Cape Province,

Union of South Africa (C)

Port Limoli, Costa Rica (CA) —
P8rto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul,

Brazil (C) — -

Port-of -Spain, Trinidad, British

West Indies (CG)

Port Said, Egypt (C)

Portugal

Praha, Czechoslovakia (E)

Pretoria, Transvaal, Union of

South Africa (E)

Puerto Arrauelles, Panama (CA) -



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24
51
58
11



77

10
78
24
52
53

75



78, 115
24

75



84



ARA



ARA



EUR
ARA

NEA
FE

ARA
EUR
EUR

ARA

ARA
ARA

EUR



EUR



78




115




10


ARA




FE


79





67


EUR


80




80


EUR


80






ARA


80


NEA


77


NEA


19


ARA


103,109


EUR


13


ARA




ARA


53






ARA




ARA




ARA


2


ARA


81





81, 118






ARA


10


ARA


75


ARA


83


FE




FE


84





57







FE


92


FE


14


EUR


9


FE


54


• FE


18





84,115


FE


15





91





80


EUR



Regional
Bureau

ARA Puerto Cortes, Honduras (CA) —
ARA Puerto la Cruz, Anzo/tegui,

Venezuela (C)

Puerto Libertador, Dominican

Republic (CA) — -

Puntarenas, Costa Rica (CA)

Pusan, Korea

Quebec, Quebec, Canada (C)

Quito, Ecuador (E)

Rabat, Morocco (C)

Rangoon, Burma (E) -,-

Rangoon, Burma (MSA)

Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil (C) -
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada (C)-

Reykjavik, Iceland (L)

Reykjavik, Iceland (MSA)

Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico (C)-

Riga, Latvia

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (E)

Rio Grande, Rio Grande do Sul,

Brazil (CA)

Rome, Italy (E)

Rome, Italy (MSA)

Rosario, Argentina

Rotterdam, Netherlands (C)

Rumania

Russia. See Union of Soviet

Socialist Republics.

Sagua la Grande, Cuba (CA)

Saigon, Vietnam (Indochina) (E) —
Saigon, Vietnam (Indochina) (MSA)-
St. John, New Brunswick, Canada

(C) — - -

St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada

(CG)

Salaverry,Peru (CA)

Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia (CG)-

Salonika, Greece (C)

Salvador, Bahia, Brazil (C)

Salzburg, Austria (C(S. P. ))

Sana'a, Yemen (L)

San Jos< Costa Rica (E)

San Luis Potosi^ San Luis Potosi'

Mexico (C)

San Marino

San Pedro Sula, Honduras (C) —
San Salvador, El Salvador (E) —

Santiago, Chile (E)

Santiago de Cuba, Cuba (C)

Santo Domingo, Dominican

Republic. See Ciudad TrujiUo.
Santos, s3'o Paulo, Brazil (C) —
SSb Luiz, Maranhffo, Brazil (CA) -

Sffo Miguel, Azores

SSb Paulo, S^'o Paulo, Brazil (CG)-

Sapporo, Japan (C)

Sapporo, Japan (USIE).

Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of

Scotland

Sendai, Japan (USIE only).

Seoul, Korea (E)

Seville, Spain (C)

's Gravenhage. See Hague, The

Shanghai, Kiangsu, China

Shinjuku (Tokyo), Japan (USIE only).
Shjzuoka, Japan (USIE only).
Siam. See Thailand.

Singapore (CG)

Smyrna, Turkey. See Izmir.
Sofia. See Bulgaria.

South Africa, Union of

Southampton, England (C)



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94

16
14
70

10
16

76

9

117

9

10

58

113

75

71

7

9

64

113

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77
85



15

94

120

10

11
81
53
56
9
6
95
13

75
66
57
18
11
15



9
9

84
9

69

85
51

70
86

13



53



91
51



178



GEOGRAPHIC INDEX



Regional
Bureau



Page



EUR
EUR
GER

FE



EUR



NEA

FE

FE

FE

FE



FE

ARA
EUR

NEA
ARA
NEA
ARA
NEA
EUR

EUR



ARA



FE
FE

EUR
ARA



EUR



Southern Rhodesia 53

Soviet Socialist Republics, Union

of 92

Spain - - -— 85, 115

Stockholm, Sweden (E) 86

Strasbourg, France (C) 24

Stuttgart, Germany (CG) 43

Sumatra. See Medan.

Surabaya, Indonesia (C(S. P. )) — - 61

Surinam 77

Sweden 86

Switzerland 87,102,115

Sydney, New South Wales,

Australia (CG) 2

Syria 88

Tabriz, Iran (C) 62

Taegu, Korea (USIE only).
Taejon, Korea (USIE only).
Tainan, Formosa (USIE only).

Taipei, Taiwan (E) 12

Taipei, Taiwan (MSA) - - 117

Taiwan 12

Takamatsu, Japan (USIE only).

Tallinn, Estonia 19

Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico (C) 75

Tananarive, Madagascar (C) 24

Tanganyika 53

Tangier, Morocco (L) 75

Tegucigalpa, Honduras (E) 57

Tehran, Iran (E) 61

Tela, Honduras (CA) 57

Tel Aviv, Israel (E) 63

Tenerife, Canary Islands (C) — 86

Thailand 89, 120

The Hague, Netherlands (E) 76

Thessaloniki. See Salonika.

Tientsin, Hopeh, China 13

Tihwa, Sinkiang, China 13

Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico

(C) 75

Tokyo, Japan (MSA) - - 120

Tokyo, Japan (E) 67

Tokyo, Japan (USIE).

Torino. See Turin.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada (CG) — 11

Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico (C) 75

Transjordan. See Jordan.

Transvaal 91

Trieste, Free Territory of (USP) - 90, 102

Trinidad, British West Indies 54



Regional
Bureau

NEA Tripoli, Libya (L)

Tsingtao, Shantung, China

FE Tuguegarao, Republic of the
Philippines (USIE only).

NEA Tunis, Tunisia (CG)

EUR Turin, Italy (C)

Turkey

Union of South Africa

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Uruguay

Vaduz, Liechtenstein (CG)

EUR Valencia, Spain (C)

NEA Valletta, Malta (C) - - -

ARA Valparaiso, Chile (C)

EUR Vancouver, British Columbia,

Canada (CG)

Venezuela

EUR Venice, Italy (C)

ARA Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico (C) -
EUR Victoria, British Columbia,

Canada (C)

Victoria. See Vito'ria, Espirito

Santo, Brazil.

Vienna, Austria (MSA)

EUR Vienna, Austria (E and USCOA) -
FE Vientiane, Laos (Indochina)

(L(S.P.))

Vietnam, State of

EUR Vigo, Spain (C)

ARA Vitdria, Espirito Santo, Brazil (C)

Wales

EUR Warsaw, Poland (E)

EUR Wellington, New Zealand (E)

Wien. See Vienna.

Wiesbaden, Germany

EUR Windsor, Ontario, Canada (C) - -
EUR Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (CG) -
Wiirttemberg-Baden, Germany —

Yemen

FE Yokohama, Japan (CG)

FE Yokohama, Japan (USIE).

Yugoslavia

Yiinnanfu. See Kunming.

EUR Zagreb, Yugoslavia (C)

EUR ZUrich, Switzerland (CG) —



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CONTENTS

Abbreviations and Symbols

Post Information

Categories and Salaries of Foreign Service Personnel and Technical Cooperation

Administration Personnel

Explanatory Note

Posts of Assignment

Personnel Assigned to the Department

Personnel on Special and Temporary Detail

Personnel on Detail as Inspectors

Personnel on Leave or Assigned to Posts Closed, Etc

Special Offices

Mutual Security Agency

Classification of Foreign Service Staff Officers

Index of Persons

Geographic Index

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ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS



AA office of army attache

act acting

admin administration

admin — »- administrative

A. E. and ambassador extraordinary and pleni-
P. potentiary

agri agricultural

agri agriculture

agt agent

Air A office of air attache

alt alternate

ARA Bureau of Inter-American Affairs

(x2337)

assoc associate

asst assistant

att attache

atty attorney

bd board

bldg building

br branch '

ohm chairman

C ■ consulate

CA consular agency

CG consulate general

elk clerk

CM class of career minister

cml commercial

com commerce

comm committee

commn commission

commr commissioner

cons consul or consular

constr construction

corr correspondence

couns counselor

ct court

del delegate

dep deputy

dept department

dir director

dist district

div division

DMPA Defense Materials Procurement

Agency

E emt)assy (after name of post)

ECE Economic Commission for Europe

econ economic

ed — T editor or editorial

E. E. and envoy extraordinary and minister pleni-
M. P. potentiary

elect electrical

emb embassy

EUR - Bureau of European Affairs (x2073)

exec executive

FE - Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs (x5231)

for foreign



FSO — Foreign Service officer

FSR Foreign Service Reserve officer

FSS Foreign Service Staff officer

gen general

GER - Bureau of German Affairs (x5429)

HICOG Office of U.S. High Commissioner

for Germany

lAR International Authority on the Ruhr

ICAO International Civil Aviation

Organization

ILO International Labor Organization

info information

insp inspector

inst » — institute or institution

instr instruction or instructor

intell intelligence

ITU International Communication Union

jr junior

jt joint

L legation (after name of post)

leg legation

M mission

mem member

mgmt management

mgr manager

mil military

MSA Mutual Security Agency

NA office of naval attache

NAC North Atlantic Council

nat national

NATO North Atlantic Treaty Organization

NEA Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian

and African Affairs (x3588)

org organization

PEP President's Escapee Program

pol political

pub publisher or publication

rep representative

RIAS Radio in American sector

sec secretary

ser service

SHAPE Supreme Headquarters of Allied

Powers in Europe

S.P. special purpose post

sr senior

supt superintendent

TCA Technical Cooperation Administration

tech technical

UNRWA United Nations Relief and Works

Agency for Palestine Refugees

USCOA U.S. High Commissioner for

Austria
USIE ,- Office of U.S. Information and

Educational Exchange

USP Office of U. S. Political Adviser

V. c vice consul



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POST INFORMATION



Openings, closings, ana changes in rank from
July 1. 1952 to October 1, 1952.

Offices changed in rank, status, etc .

Amman, Jordan, changed from (L) to (E) on

August 27, 1952.
Beirut, Lebanon, changed from (L) to (E) on

August 27, 1952.
Damascus, Syria, changed from (L) to (E) on

August 27, 1952.
Salonika, Greece, changed from (C) to (CG) on

September 2, 1952.
Asmara, Eritrea, (C), federated with Ethiopia

September 11, 1952.

Offices closed



Breakdown of posts as of October 1, 1952



Embassies


66


Legations


10


Consulates General


57


Consulates


129


Consular Agencies


30


Political Advisers' Offices


1


Resident U. S. Delegation




to International




' Organizations


1


USIE Offices


40



TOTAL



Offices opened



334



None



Belo Horizonte, Brazil,(CA), opened
July 7, 1952.



SERVICE PERSONNEL

Foreign Service Officers
Class of Career Minister $14, 300



Class 1

Class 2 11, 130 to

Class 3 9, 130 to



$12,800 to $14,300
12,700
11,030



Class 4 $6,963 to $8,863

Cass 5 5, 313 to 6,713

Class 6 3,993 to 5,093



Foreign Service Reserve Officers



Class 1
Class 2
Class 3



$12,800 to $14,300

11, 130 to 12,700

9, 130 to 11,030



Class 4
Class 5
Class 6



Foreign Service Staff Officers and Employees



Class 1 - — — $ 9, 950 to $11, 130

Class 2 - - 9, 230 to 10,250

Class 3 8, 481 to

Class 4 - -.- 7, 689 to

Class 5 7, 095 to

Class 6 - 6, 501 to

Class 7 — — . 5, 907 to

Class 8 5, 313 to

Class 9 4,719 to

Class 10 - 4,323 to

Class 11 3^927 to



9,441
8,649
8,115
7,401
6,807
6,213
5,619
5,223
4,647



$6, 963 to $8, 863
5,313 to 6,713
3,993 to 5,093



Class 12 $3,531 to $4,251

Class 13 3, 150 to 3,870

Class 14 - 2, 790 to

Class 15 2,610 to

Class 16 2, 430 to

Class 17 2, 250 to

Class 18 - - 2, 070 to

Class 19 1,890 to

Class 20 - - 1,710 to

Class 21 - - - - 1, 530 to

Class 22 1, 350 to



3,510
3,150
2,790
2,610
2,430
2,250
2,070
1,890
1,710



CATEGORIES AND SALARIES OF TECHNICAL
COOPERATION ADMINISTRATION PERSONNEL

(Point Four Officers and Employees)



Class 1 $12, 800 to $14, 300

Class 2 - - 11, 130 to 12,700

Class 3 — 9, 130 to 11,030

Class 4 6, 963 to 8,863

Class 5 5, 313 to 6,713

Class 6 - 4,719 to 5,619

Class 7 - 4, 323 to 5,223

Class 8 3, 927 to 4,647

Class 9 - 3, 531 to 4,251

Class 10 3, 150 to 3,870

Class 11 2, 790 to 3,510



EXPLANATORY NOTE

Foreign Service List

Issued quarterly by the Department of State and compiled as a basic aid for personnel
in the Department of State and the Foreign Service, for other Government agencies, for
other governments, and for groups outside of government having need of this information.

Personnel Included

Personnel listed include the following: all chiefs of mission; all Foreign Service officers;
all Foreign Service Reserve officers; all Foreign Service Staff officers of class nine and
above; Technical Cooperation Administration officers of class nine and above; certain For-
eign Service Staff officers of classes ten, eleven, and twelve only when assigned to posts
with a complement of one, two, and/or three officers; and a special section furnished by
the Mutual Security Agency.

Method of Listing Personnel

The listing of officers by post is according to salary and not according to rank except in
the case of the chief of mission and/or principal officer at the post. The relative rank of
officers in the Foreign Service is determined by regulation as set forth in Volume I of the
Foreign Service Manual, Part VI, Chapter 100.

Sections Included

The January issue of the List includes the posts of assignment, the consular districts,
the tariff of Foreign Service fees, the index of persons, and the geographic index.

The April, July, and October issues include the posts of assignment and the two indexes
One of these three issues each year will include a section showing the breakdown by class
of certain groups in tne Foreign Service.

Miscellaneous Information

Only those actions received in the Division of Publications prior to the fifteenth of the
month in which this List is dated are included. This List is compiled and edited by the
General Editing Branch, Division of I>ublications. Please report to that Branch any neces-
sary corrections.



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT



Post



Name and title



Assignment
to post



Category
and class



Kabul (E)



(AA & Air A)



AFGHANISTAN

Angus Ward, app. A. E. and P

William James Hayes, att

John Evarts Horner, 1st sec. ; cons —

Ciiarles F. Edmundson, att

John W. Bowling, 2d sec. ; cons

Frank J. T. EUis, att. (TCA)

Robert B. Dreessen, 2d sec. ; v. c

James D. Moffett, 2d sec; v. c

Joseph A. Donohoe, asst. att

Helen Mary Nagay, disbursing officer -
Ralph E. Lindstrom, 3d sec; v. c

Lt. Col. William C. Newman, army att -

Col. John B. Pattison, air att — —

Maj. Richard E. Jones, asst. air att
Capt. James R. Nolan, asst. air att. ^ -



June 27,
Apr. 2,
Jan. 25,
Feb. 1,
Mar. 1,
June 5,
Apr. 5,
June 27,
Jan. 10,
Aug. 28,
July 18,



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1952
1951
1952
1952
1952
1950
1951
1952
1952
1952



Apr. 30, 1952
Mar. 20, 1950
Apr. 29, 1952
Oct. 24, 1951



FSO-1 - -


-


FSS-1 —


$11


FSO-3 —


9


FSS-4 -


8


FSO-4 — -


7


FSS-6 - —


6


FSO-5 -


5


FSO-5 —


5


FSR-5 —


5


FSS-9 —


5


FSO-6 —


4



ARGENTINA



Buenos Aires (E)



Albert F. Nufer, A. E. and P

Lester DeWitt Mallory, couns. of emb.

with personal rank of minister.
Joe D. Walstrom, couns. of emb. for

econ. affairs.
Robert Granville Caldwell, couns. of emb-

Joseph B. Costanzo, 1st sec. ; cons

Robert C. Martindale, 1st sec. ; cons

Richard M. Connell, 1st sec. ; cons

Warren H. McKenney, att. ^

Kenneth J. Yearns, 1st sec. ; cons, gen -

David Wilken, att

Clarence A. Boonstra, 1st sec

Roy Lee Wade, 1st sec — — —

Andy George Wilkison, att

Findley Weaver, 1st sec. ; cons

Eugene Francis Karst, att

Victor E. Campbell, att

James E. Bowers, 2d sec —

Connie R. Herron, att

Roy T. Davis, Jr., 2d sec. ; cons

Howard Brandon, 2d sec. ; cons

William B. Hart, att

Gilbert A. Crandall, asst. att

Wilfred P. Allard, att. ^

Ray Sena, Jr. , asst. att

Earle S. Pittman, gen. sers. officer

Robert D. Barton, asst. att. (Rosario) —

Abraham Vigil, v. c — - —

Isabel Gladys Conroy, act. personnel

officer.

Oscar H. Guerra, v. c

William B. Murray, asst. att —

Viron P. Vaky, 2d sec. ; v. c

Richard S. Sampson, asst. att

Max Ray Caldwell, asst. att

William R. Hazen, v. c —

Robert Wade Seward, Jr. , 3d sec. ; v. c -

John M. Cluff, 3d sec ; V. c — ~

Peggy Ann Miller, asst. att — - — - —
Charles C. Wilson, Jr., asst. att
Joseph H. Quintanilla, disbursing officer-
Barbara Ann Aitken, asst. att

Robert F. Florstedt, v. c —

Frances Ellen Coughlin, asst. att

Marion Maxine Whinery, gen. sers. asst-



May 29, 1952
May 23, 1949

July 19, 1949



Nov. 30,
Feb. 2,
Apr. 9,
Oct. 23,
June 5,
Aug. 29,
Mar. 20,
Dec. 14,
July 24,
Oct. 21,
Apr. 4,
Aug. 23,
July 19,
Jan. 12,
Aug. 27,
Aug. 23,
May 20,
Sept. 25,
Sept. 27,
Aug. 14,
June 7,
Dec. 13,
Jan. 17,
Dec. 15,
Oct. 28,

Nov. 23,
Sept. 26,
Dec. 10,
Sept. 5,
Feb. 19,
Apr. 5,
Jan. 25,
Jan. 26,
Aug. 26,
May 28,
June 18,
Dec. 17,
Feb. 1,
May 9,
July 18,



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FSO-CM -
FSO-1 —

FSO-1 —

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

FSS-7 -,—
FSS-9 —
FSO-5 —
FSS-8 —
FSS-8 —
FSS-9 —
FSO-6 —
FSO-6 —
FSS-9 —
FSR-6 —
FSS-9 —
FSS-9 —
FSS-9 —
FSS-9 — -
FSS-9 —



^ Assigned to Kabul and Karachi.

Assigned also to Bogota, Lima, Monteyideo, Quito, Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago.
^Resident in Rosario.



Post



Name and title



Assignment
to post



Category
and class



Salary



Buenos Aires (E) -
Continued.

(AA, NA, & Air A)



Canberra, Australian Capi-
tal Territory (E).



(AA, NA, & Air A)



Adelaide, South Australia

(C).
Brisbane, Queensland (C)-
Melbourne, Victoria (C) -



Perth, Western Australia

(C).
Sydney, New South Wales

(CG).



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ARGE NTINA- - Continued



Col. Arthur W. Tyson, army att

Capt. William Ashby Evans, naval att.

and naval att. for air.i
Brig. Gen. Burton M. Hovey, Jr., air

att.i
Lt. Col. Edward D. Fitzpatrick, asst.

army att.
Lt. Comdr. Jack Bender Darragh, asst.

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air.
Col. Duane L. Kime, asst. air att
Col. Charles H. Roadman, asst. air

att. 2
Maj. Fernando J. Fernandez, asst. air

att. 1
Maj. Roy E. Gudith, asst. air att. ^

AUSTRALIA



Pete Jarman, A. E. and P

Richard W. Byrd, couns. of erab
Julian L. Nugent, Jr. , 1st sec
Douglass K. Ballentine, 2d sec
Cora C. Briskey, econ. asst
Harold T. Christie, admin, officer



Col. John W. Middleton, army att.^
Capt. Robert Wayne Denbo, naval att. and

naval att. for air.-^

Col. John L. Sullivan, air att. *

Lt. Comdr. Robert Douglas Macklin, asst

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air."
Lt. Col. George A. Uhrich, asst. air att.''-
Maj. James K. Clark, asst. air att.' -



John F. O' Grady, v. c



gen



Charles C. Carson, v. c
Henry E. Stebbins, cons.

Charles S. Millet, cons

Joseph William Thoman, cons

Russell C. Heater, v. c

James T. Rush, v. c

James D. Crane, v. c

Thelma Passo, v. c

Edward C. Ingraham, Jr. , v. c



May 6, 1952
Aug. 29, 1950

Jan. 5, 1949

Oct. 2, 1951

Mar. 31, 1951

May 30, 1950
June 23, 1951

Feb. 18, 1949

Feb. 16, 1952



June 8, 1949
Nov. 20, 1950
Sept. 28, 1951
Apr. 4, 1952
Dec. 25, 1949
Aug. 19, 1952

Apr. 28, 1952
Aug. 24, 1951

Nov. 27, 1951
May 22, 1951

Jan. 30, 1951
Sept. 10, 1951

Apr. 26, 1949



Donald W. Smith, cons, gen

Gillespie S. Evans, cons

Harris R. Hungerford, cons

Kennett F. Potter, cons

Thomas Clyde M. Robinson, cons

WiUiam Estill Phipps, Jr. , cons

Harold E. Hall, cons

Richard H. Stephens, cons

Sanford Menter, cons

Herbert E. Weiner, v. c

Arthur I. Wortzel, v. c

North Clive Burn, v. c

Marion E. Anderson, econ. asst

Ralph H. Wheeler, Jr. , disbursing officer



Mar. 24,
June 30,
July 29,
Feb. 29,
Mar. 8,
Sept. 18,
Aug. 1,
Oct. 12,
Nov. 16,

July 13,
Feb. 8,
Aug. 8,
May 5,
Nov. 28,
Mar. 26,
Dec. 2,
Jan. 25,
Aug. 11,
Apr. 1,
Jan. 23,
Mar. 29,
May 19,
Apr. 27,



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1951
1949
1952
1951
1950
1951
1951
1951

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





1


FSO-2 —


511,850


FSO-3 —


9,130


FSO-5 —


5,713


FSS-9 —


5,079


FSS-9 —


4,899










FSS-6 —


6,501


FSO-5 —


6,113


FSO-2 —


11,850


FSO-4 —


8,763


FSR-4 —


8,463


FSO-5 —


5,313


FSS-9 —


5,079


FSO-6 —


4,993


FSS-9 —


4,719


FSO-5 —


5,513



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



13, 200
10, 250
10, 250
9,430
9,230
7,863
7,689
6,963
6,861
5,513
5,093
4,993
4,899
4,719



1 Assigned also to Asunci6n.

^Assigned to Asuncion, Buenos Aires, and Santiago.

Resident in Melbourne.
•'Assigned also to Wellington; resident in Melbourne.
'Assigned to Canberra and Wellington.



POSTS OF ASSIGNMEhfT



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Name and title



Assignment
to post



Category
and class



AUSTRIA (EMBASSY AND OFFICE OF THE U.S. HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR AUSTRIA (E AND USCOA)!

Vienna



Office of the Chief of Mis-
sion and U.S. High
Commissioner.



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