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Including field staffs of

U. S. Foreign Service

U. S. Information Agency

International Cooperation
Administration



U. S. Department of Agriculture



JANUARY



19 6 1



CONTENTS



Page

PREFACE 11

POST INFORMATION AND SPECIAL NOTICES iii

ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS v

POST LIST 1

Personnel Assigned to the Department 89

Personnel on Detail as Inspectors 100

Personnel on Special Detail 101

Personnel Assigned to the U.S. Mission to United Nations, N.Y. . 101

Personnel Assigned to the International Cooperation Administra-
tion (ICA) 101

Personnel Assigned to the U.S. Information Agency (USIA) . . . 105

INDEX OF PERSONS 107

GEOGRAPHIC INDEX 139



It is most important that official correspondence is correctly addressed
to the post and not to an individual. To avoid delay and insure prompt
attention, it should be addressed, for example, to —

The American Embassy, The American Consulate,
Paris, Saint John,

France. New Brunswick, Canada.



J A I¥ U A R Y



19 6 1



Foreign
Service



list



Including field staffs of

U.S. Foreign Service

U.S. Information Agency

International Cooperation Administration

U.S. Department of Agriculture



Boston Public Library
Superintendent ot Uocuments

JUL 17 1961
DEPOSITORY

PREFACE

The Foreign Service List, issued quarterly by the Department of State, is
compiled primarily for use by the Department of State, the Foreign Service,
and other United States Government Agencies to provide information on the
assignments of Foreign Service personnel and other United States personnel
assigned overseas. The information it contains has also been found useful
by American business firms, various groups and individuals, and foreign
governments.

The List includes: chiefs of mission; Foreign Service officers; Foreign
Service Reserve officers; Foreign Service Staff officers of class nine and above;
Foreign Service Staff officers of class ten and eleven with the title "vice
consul" when assigned to a post having a complement of one, two or three
officers; and consular agents. Special sections are also included on officers of
the International Cooperation Administration, the United States Information
Agency, the Foreign Agricultural Service of the United States Department
of Agriculture, and the Departments of Army, Navy, and Air Force.

Personnel are listed in this publication at their respective posts, with their
titles, category, and class. The date of assignment listed for ambassadors
and ministers is the date of attestation and/or recess appointment; for all
other officers at the post, the effective date of transfer is listed except in
cases where a commission is involved for a consul general, consul, or vice
consul. This information is taken from personnel action forms.

The listing of personnel at Embassy and Legation posts is by section
and is alphabetical within the section with the exception of the chief of
mission, the deputy chief of mission, and the section chief who are listed
first under each section. At all other posts the listing is alphabetical except
for the principal officer who appears first under each post.

A section is also included giving data on the opening and closing of posts;
posts raised in rank and status; and other pertinent data.

Only that information received prior to the fifteenth of the month preceding
publication is included. Changes occurring between the date of compilation
and, release of this publication are not included in the List. Therefore, the
List does not necessarily reflect the current diplomatic or consular status
of every individual listed. Users in the United States may ascertain the
current status of any oflicer of the United States assigned to a Foreign Service
post by communicating with the Department of State, Washington 25, D.C.
Users overseas may secure the same information by communicating with the
American Embassy or Legation in that country.

This List is compiled by the Office of Personnel, Department of State,
and necessary corrections should be reported to that Office.



POST INFORMATION AND SPECIAL

NOTICES

Offices Opened

Colon, Panama (C), previously reported closed on August 19, 1960, was not
closed and continues in operation

Nouakchott, Islamic Republic of Mauritania (E) (no office maintained at
post) was accredited to the mission at Dakar, Republic of Senegal on Novem-
ber 28, 1960

Ouagadougou, Republic of Upper Volta (E), office was opened on January 1,
1961

Usumbura, U.N. Trust Territory of Ruanda-Urundi (C) was established on
October 31, 1960

Offices Closed

Arica, Chile (CA) was closed on December 1, 1960

On January 3, 1961, diplomatic and consular relations between the United
States and Cuba were broken. The Government of Switzerland has
assumed the protection of United States interests in Cuba. All of the
following posts have been closed:

Habana (E) Santiago de Cuba (C)

Camagiiey (CA) Antilla (CA)

Sagua la Grande (CA)

Offices Changed in Rank, Status, etc.

Arequipa, Peru (CA) raised to (C) and opened to the public December 29,

1960
Freetown, Sierra Leone (C) raised to (CG) December 1, 1960
Usumbura, U.N. Trust Territory of Ruanda-Urundi (C) raised to (CG)

January 1, 1961



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Breakdown of Posts as of January 1, 1961

Embassies (E) 94

Legations (L) 4

Missions: Berlin, USEC (Brussels and Luxembourg), IAEA (Vienna),

and USRO (Paris) 4

Consulates General (CG) 69

Consulates (C) 97

Consular Agencies (CA) 21

Special Offices: Benghazi, Brasilia, Murree-Rawalpindi, and Naha . . 4

Total 293



ADDRESSING TELEGRAMS TO THE FIELD

Foreign Service posts have official registered cable addresses and
to avoid delay and insure delivery to the correct address such ad-
dresses should be used for telegrams. They are:

For embassies — Amembassy, for legations — Amlegation, and for
both consulates general and consulates — Amconsul. The U. S.
Mission at Berlin should be addressed USBER. For example:

Amembassy PARIS Amlegation BUCHAREST

Amconsul SINGAPORE USBER BERLIN



IV



ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS



AA .... office of army atta-
che

acad academy

acct accountant

acctg accounting

act acting

ad adviser

adm administration, adminis-
trative (title)

Adm Admiral (rank)

admr administrator

A. E. and P. . ambassador extraordinary
and plenipotentiary

aero aeronautics

AF Bureau of African Affairs

(x 3432)

off. affairs

atcy agency

atri agriculture, agricultural

agric agriculturist

agron. . . . agronomist, agronomy

agt agent

Air A ... office of air attache

Am American, Amerika

amb ambassador

a.n.a./a.n.a.a.. assistant naval attache
and assistant naval at-
tache for air

anal analyst

anthropol. . . anthropologist

app appointed

ARA .... Bureau of Inter-American
Affairs (x 3080)

archil. . . . architect, architectural

assist assistance

assn association

assoc associate

asst assistant

att attache

atty attorney

aud audit, auditor

auto automobile, automotive

aux auxiliary

bad bacteriology

bd board

b. f. .... budget and fiscal

binat binational

bldg building

br branch

brig. gen. . . brigadier general

Brit British

bu bureau

bud budget

bus business

C consulate

CA consular agency (after

post)

CA class of career ambassador

(after title of an officer)

capt captain

cartog. . . . cartographer, cartography

CENTO . . . Central Treaty Organiza-
tion



CG consulate general

chem chemical, chemist, chem-
istry

civ civil, civilian

class classification, classifier

elk clerk

CM .... career minister

cmdr commander

cml commercial

CO company

col. colonel

coll college

com commerce, communication

comm committee

commn. . . . commission

commr. . . . commissioner

corns communications

conf. .... conference

cons consul, consular

conserv. . . . conservation, conserva-
tionist

cons. gen. . . consul general

constr construction

coop cooperative

coord coordinating, coordinator

couns counselor of embassy

and/or legation

CRS .... Colombo Relay Station

ct court

ctr center

cult cultural .

dcm deputy chief of mission

del delegate, delegation

dep deputy

develop. . . . development

diplo diplomatic

dir director

disb disbursing

dist district

distrib. . . . distribution

div division, divisional

d. disbursing officer

jB ..... . embassy

ec economic, economist

ECE .... Economic Commission
for Europe

ECSC .... European Coal and Steel
Community

EEC .... European Economic Com-
munity

ed editor, editorial

educ education, educational

educationist, educator

E. E. and M. envoy extraordinary and
P. minister plenipotentiary

elec electric, electrical, elec-
trician

elem elementary

emb embassy

employ. . . . employment

Eng English

engtn engineering



engr engineer, engraver

ens ensign

entom entomology, entomologist

equip equipment

EUR .... Bureau of European Af-
fairs (x 2987 or 4556)

EURATOM . European Atomic Energy
Community

eval evaluation, evaluator

exam examination, examiner

exch exchange

exec executive

ext extension

FAS .... Foreign Agricultural Serv-
ice, Department of
Agriculture

f. b foreign buildings

FE Bureau of Far Eastern

Affairs (x 4834)

fin finance, financial

fis fiscal

for foreign

Fr French

F. S Foreign Service

FSO .... Foreign Service officer

gen general

geog geographic, geographical,

geography

geol. ..'... geological, geologist, ge-
ology

govt government

g. s. general services officer

hd head

horticult. . . . horticulture, horticultur-
ist

hasp hospital

hsg housing

hydrol hydrologist

IAEA . . . . U. S. Mission to Inter-
national Atomic En-
ergy Agency (Vienna)

ICA .... International Coopera-
tion Administration

I. D. C. . . . Imperial Defence College,
London

implement. . . implementation

improv. . . . improvement

ind. industrial, industry

info information

insp inspection, inspector

inst institute, institution

instr instructor

insur insurance

int international

intell intelligence

intergovt. . . ■ intergovernmental

inv-not. . . . invoice and notarials

10 International Organiza-
tions

irrig irrigation

jg junior grade

V



jT junior

jt joint

L legation

lab laboratory

lani language

//{ legation

libr librarian, library

It lieutenant

M misiion

mack machine, machinery,

machinist

maint maintenance

maj. major

mar maritime

math mathematical, mathe-
matics

MDACS . . . Mutual Defense Assist-
ance Control Staff

mick mechanic, mechanical

mtd medical

mtm member

mfi manufacturing

mfr manufacturer

mtmt management

mtr manager

mil migration

mil. military

min minister

min-



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