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Language ability of Ambassadors:

This table indicates, by geographical area, the percentage of Ambassadors who are proficient or better in either the primary or secondary language of the coun. try to which they are assigned. This includes those countries where English is the primary or secondary Ignauage. ARA.

95 FE.

92 EUR.

79 AF.

87 NEA

93 World Average-

87 Background of noncareer Ambassadors: Total.-

37

6

4

10

Academic

Cole, Charles W.
Cook, Mercer
Galbraith, J. Kenneth
Gordon, Lincoln
Reischauer, Edwin 0.

Stevenson, William E.
Foundations.

Badeau, John S.

Everton, John S.
Business.

Darlington, Charles F.
McCloskey, Matthew H.
Rice, John S.

Young, Kenneth Todd
Government-

Carnahan, A. S. J.
Farland, Joseph S.
Handley, William J.
Kaiser, Philip M.
Labouisse, Henry R.
Macomber, William B., Jr.
McGhee, George C.
Telles, Raymond

Wright, Jerauld
Labor unions.-

Doherty, William C.
Law -

Akers, Anthony B.
Battle, William C.
Blair, Wm. McCormick, Jr.
Ferguson, John H.
Mahoney, William P., Jr.
Rhetts, Charles E.
Rivkin, William R.

Wine, James
Press.--

Attwood, William
Korry, Edward M.
McKinney, Robert M.
Martin, John B.

Rowan, Carl
Public Service---

Anderson, Eugenie

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"The number of positions varies from the number of posts due to instances where one Chief of Mission is accredited to two or more posts. Present examples are Senegal-Mauritania, Saudi Arabia-Kuwait. : The number of positions from Oct. 1, 1950, to Oct. 1,

1959 inclusive, includes overseas Missions to which a Chief of Mission is accredited. This included HICOʻG from 1949–55; USRO-Paris from 1954-60; Berlin in 1955; and USEC from 1956-60.

· The number of Chief of Mission positions given in 1960, 1961, 1962 and 1963 does not include the six Special Missions, USRO, OECD, USEC, IAEA, USUN (Geneva), USUN (New York).

Vacancies as of May 1963 were Hungary, CAR and Yemen.

ATTACHMENT B

Career Chiefs of Mission by grade (as of May 15, 1963)
Career Ambassador:
C. Bohlen

W. Snow
W. Butterworth

F. Sprouse R. Hare

H. Stebbins J. Riddleberger

J. Steeves F. Willis

C. Wharton Career Minister:

F. Wilkins W. Barbour

R. Woodward S. Berger

FSO-1: M. Bernbaum

C. Baldwin A. Brown

L. Barrows J. Cabot

J. Bell C. B. Elbrick

W. Blancke F. Freeman

C. Burrows E. Gullion

W. Coerr P. Hart

W. Crawford J. Holmes

0. H. Deming 0. Horsey

T. Estes H. Jones

C. V. Ferguson J. W. Jones

R. Knight G. Kennan

W. Leonhart F. Kohler

R. McIlvaine E. A. Lightner

A. Meyer D. MacArthur

R. Miner T. Mann

W. J. Porter R. McClintock

L. Poullada W. McConaughy

B. Stephansky B. Morris

C. A. Stewart F. Nolting

R. Strong J. Palmer

R. Thurston J. G. Parsons

H. G. Torbert J. Penfield

L. Unger G. F. Reinhardt

M. Williams W. Rountree

FSO-2: F, Russell

D. Dumont

C. D. Withers J. Satterthwaite

ATTACHMENT O

53 54 49 48 51

Ages of chiefs of mission as of May 15, 1963

Career C. Baldwin..

60 | R. McClintock.-W. Barbour..

54 W. McConaughyBarrows.

R. Mcllvaine_. J. Bell..

50 A. Meyer S. Berger.

50 | R. Miner. M. Bernbaum.

52 B. Morris. W. Blancke

54 | F. NoltingC. Bohlen...

58 J. Palmer. A. Brown.

49 J. G. Parsons. C. Burrows..

52 J, Penfield.. W. Butterworth.

59 W. J. Porter. J. Cabot--

60 L. Poullada.. W. Coerr--

49 G. F. Reinhardt. W. Crawford.

47 | J. Riddleberger. D. H. Deming

54 W. Rountree_ D, Dumont-

50 F. Russell ---C. B. Elbrick.

54 J. Satterthwaite. T. Estes.

49 W. Snow.. C. V. Ferguson..

49 P. Sprouse_F. Freeman.

47 | H. Stebbins... E. Gullion

49 J. Steeves.. R. Hare_

61 B. StephanskyP. Hart

52 C. A. Stewart.. J. Holmes.

63 | R. Strong--0. Horsey

52 R. Thurston. H. Jones

63 H. G. Torbert. J. W. Jones....

55 | L. Unger---G. Kennan..

58 C. Wharton.R. Knight

51 | F. Wilkins... F. Kohler.

54 M. Williams_ W. Leonhart.

43 F. Willis.--. E. A. Lightner--

55 C. D. Withers_ D. MacArthur

53 R. Woodward.. T. Mann.--

49

51 48 55 54 48 49 51 58 45 58 62 55 56 57 58

49 52 44

54

Noncareer

42 58 41

A. Akers.
E. Anderson---
W. Attwood-
J. Badeau--
W. Battle.--
W. Blair.
D. K. Bruce.
A. S. J. Carnahan..
C. Cole---
M. Cook.
C. Darlington.-
W. Doherty-
J. Everton..
J. Farlando-

Ferguson.-
J. K. Galbraith..
L. Gordon.---
W. Handley
P. Kaiser

48 | E. M. Korry----
53 H. Labouisse..
43 | W. Macomber.
59 W. Mahoney-
42 J. Martin.
46 M. McCloskey-
64 G. McGhee --
65 R. McKinney--
56 E. Reischauer.
59 C. Rhetts----
58 J. Rice.
60 W. Rivkin..
54 C. Rowan..
48 W. Stevenson.-
47 R. Telles ---
54 J. Wine-
49 J. Wright..
43 K. Young-
49

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EXHIBIT II

STATISTICS ON TENURE OF U.S. AMBASSADORS FROM 1946 to 1963

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Argentina, Buenos Aires:

George S. Messersmith.
James Bruce
Stanton Griffis.
Ellsworth Bunker.
Albert F. Nufer.
Willard L. Beauloc.
Roy R. Rubottom.

Robert McClintock
Australia, Canberra:

Robert Butler.
Myron M. Cowen.
Pete Jarman
Amos J. Peaslee.
Douglas M. Moffat.
William J. Sebald..

William C. Battle.
Austria, Vienna:

Jobn G. Erhardt.
Walter J. Donnelly..
Llewellyn E. Thompson, Jr.
H. Freeman Matthews.

James W. Riddleberger..
Belgium, Brussels:

Adm. Alan G. Kirk.
Robert D. Murphy.
Myron M. Cowen..
Frederick M. Alger, Jr.
John C. Folger..
William A. M. Burden.

Douglas MacArthur 2d.
Brazil, Rio de Janeiro:

Adolph A. Berle, Jr.
William D. Pawley.
Herschel V. Johnson.
James 8. Kemper.
James Clement Dunn.
Ellis O. Briggs
John M. Cabot.

Lincoln Gordon.
Canada, Ottawa:

Ray Atherton
Laurence A. Steinhardt.
Stanley Woodward.
R. Douglas Stuart.
Livingston T. Merchant.

Do
Richard B, Wigglesworth.

W. Walton Butterworth.
Chile, Santiago:

Claude G. Bowers
Willard L. Beaulac.
Cecil B. Lyon...
Walter Howe.
Robert N. Woodward.
Charles W. Cole...

3 3 1 3 2 1 2

Sept. 7, 1946-June 6, 1950
Sept. 22, 1950-July 17, 1952
July 28, 1952-July 8, 1957
Aug. 19, 1957-May 31, 1962
Nov. 7, 1962-
Mar. 4, 1946-May 23, 1949
Sept. 28, 1949-Apr. 17, 1952
May 13, 1952-July 10, 1953
June 3, 1953-Apr. 13, 1957
May 1, 1957-Sept. 18. 1959
Sept. 23, 1959-Mar. 2, 1961
Apr. 6, 1961-
Jan. 20, 1945-Mar. 5, 1946
May 10, 1946-Mar. 30, 1948
May 3, 1948-May 29, 1953
July 9, 1953-Feb. 8, 1955
Feb. 8, 1955-July 31, 1956
July 2, 1956-Apr. 8, 1959
June 22, 1959-Oct. 6, 1961
Sept. 19, 1961-
Nov. 19, 1943-Aug. 31, 1948
Oct. 4, 1948-Mar, 28, 1950
June 12, 1950-Jan. 15, 1953
June 25, 1953-May 6, 1956
May 9, 1956-Nov, 17, 1958
Mar. 9, 1961-May 31, 1962
Nov. 14, 1958-Oct. 22, 1960
Oct. 26, 1962-

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June 19, 1939-Sept. 1, 1953 Sept. 11, 1953-May 10, 1956 May 18, 1956-Mar. 4, 1958 Apr. 23, 1958-Mar. 30, 1961 Apr. 24, 1961-July 16, 1961 Sept. 28, 1961

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Colombia, Bogotá:
John C. Wiley.--

Nov. 1, 1944-Apr. 10, 1947

5 Willard L. Beaulac

June 3, 1947-June 20, 1951

1 Capus M. Waynick

Aug. 2, 1951-Oct. 24, 1953 2

3 Rudolf E. Schoenfeld.

Nov. 4, 1953-Feb. 26, 1955 1 Philip W. Bonsal..

Mar. 1, 1955-Apr. 23, 1957 2 John M. Cabot..

June 14, 1957-June 21, 1959 Dempster McIntosh..

July 1, 1959-Feb. 1, 1961 Fulton Freeman..

June 2, 1961

2 Costa Rica, San Jose: tt Johnson

Jan. 4, 1945-May 7, 1947 Walter J. Donnelly.

May 7, 1947-Oct. 15, 1947 0 Nathaniel P. Davis.

Dec. 8, 1947-July 18, 1949 Joseph Mack.

July 18, 1949-Sept. 20, 1950 Philip B. Fleming

May 14, 1951-Aug. 15, 1953

3 Robert C. Hill..

Oct. 26, 1953-Oct. 4, 1954

11 Robert F. Woodward.

Oct. 25, 1954-Apr. 3, 1958 Whiting Willauer.

Apr. 24, 1958-Apr. 30, 1961 Raymond Telles.

Apr. 18, 1961

2 Cyprus, Nicosia, Embassy established Aug. 16, 1960: Fraser Wilkins

Aug. 30, 1960

10 Denmark, Copenhagen: Josiah Marvel.

Mar. 21, 1946-Mar. 19, 1949

0 Mrs. Eugenie Anderson..

Oct. 28, 1949-Jan. 19, 1953

3 Robert D. Coe.

Aug. 4, 1953-June 30, 1957

11 Val Peterson.

July 2, 1957-Mar. 20, 1961

9 William McCormick Blair, Jr.

Apr. 6, 1961

2 Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo: 1 Joseph F. McGurk.

Mar. 1, 1945-July 12, 1946 George H. Butler.

Aug. 26, 1946-Feb. 24, 1948

1 Ralph H. Ackerman...

July 13, 1948-June 30, 1952 3 Phelps Phelps...

July 1, 1952-June 5, 1953 William T. Pheiffer.

June 3, 1953-July 3, 1957

1 Joseph S. Farland.

June 5, 1957-June 24, 1960

1 Vinion Chapin..

Aug. 2, 1960-Sept. 25, 1960
John Bartlow Martin.

Mar. 2, 1962-
El Salvador, San Salvador:
John F. Simmons...

Sept. 22, 1944-Apr. 10. 1947

7 Albert F. Nufer...

July 30, 1947-Aug. 24, 1949 George P. Shaw.

Aug. 25, 1949-Apr. 26, 1952 Angier Biddle Duke.

May 15, 1952-June 5, 1953 Michael J. McDermott.

June 2, 1953-Oct. 28, 1954

1 Robert C. Hill..

Oct. 5, 1954-Oct. 11, 1955

0 homas C. Mann.

Oct. 19, 19. Sept. 29, 1957 Thorsten V. Kalijarvi.

Sept. 27, 1957-Feb. 5, 1961
Murat W. Williams.

Jan. 30, 1961-
Finland, Helsinki:
Maxwell M. Hamilton.

Feb. 21, 1946-Jan. 3, 1948
Avra M. Warren.

Dec. 19, 1947-Feb. 17, 1950 2 John M. Cabot..

Feb. 8, 1950-Sept. 17, 1952 2 Jack K. McFall..

Sept. 21, 1954-Nov. 5. 1955 John D. Hickerson.

Nov, 23, 1955-Oct. 13, 1959

3 Edson 0. Sessons.

Oct. 22, 1959-Nov. 24, 1960 Bernard Gufler.

Mar. 10, 1961-May 18, 1963
Carl T. Rowan..

Mar. 19, 1963-
France, Paris:
Jefferson Caffery..

Dec. 30, 1944-July

8, 1949 David K. E. Bruce.

May 11, 1948-Mar. 31, 1952

3 James C. Dunn...

Mar. 14, 1952-Mar. 4, 1953

1 C. Douglas Dillon.

Feb. 27, 1953-Mar. 14, 1957

1 Amory Houghton.

Mar. 21, 1957-Feb. 3, 1961

10 James M. Gavin, Lt. Gen.

Mar. 1, 1961-July 31, 1962

5 Charles E. Bohlen.

Oct. 3, 1962

0 Germany, Bonn, Embassy established May 5, 1955: James B. Conant.

May 12, 1955-Mar. 15, 1957

10 David K. E. Bruce.

Mar. 15, 1957-Nov, 12, 1959 2 Walter C. Dowling.

Nov. 12, 1959-May 31, 1963 3 George C. McGhee..

May 8, 1963

1 1 The United States severed diplomatic relations with the Dominican Republic, effective Aug. 26, 1960, resumed diplomatic relations effective Jan. 6, 1962.

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