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United Nations Fund for Drug Abuse
Control, Feb., p. 46

U.S.-Mexico, anti-drug campaign,
Sept., p. 22
National Interdepartmental Seminar

(NIS), Mar., p. 32
National League of Cities, Feb., p. 27
National War College, Dec., p. 35
NATO. See North Atlantic Treaty Orga-
nization
Near Eastern and South Asian affairs:
Amman, Embassy personnel cited for
valor, Jan., p. 18
Bahrain, Nov., p. 31; Dec., p. 24
Congressional briefing, Ap., p. 20
Pakistan, disaster relief, Feb., p. 16;
Aug., p. 11; Dec., p. 32; evacuation,
June, p. 32
Qatar, Dec., p. 24
Rogers, Middle Eastern trip, May, pp.
2, (photo layout) 4
South Asian Relief Assistance, Ad-
visory Committee on, Sept., p. 27
Neilson, N. Paul, Mar., p. 42
Nelson, Charles J., June, p. 29
Neumann, Robert G., Ap., p. 34
Newsletter, tenth anniversary of, May, p.
2 of cover
Newsom, David D., Mar., p. 15; Oct., p. 12
Nigeria, Reinhardt named Ambassador
to, Oct., p. 27
Nixon, Patricia, Nov., p. 21
Nixon, Richard:
Addresses and messages:
Christmas, Dec., p. 2 of cover
cood Federal Campaign, Aug.,

D.

Federal labor-management relations,
Sept., p. 31

Foreign aid, May, p. 6

Fogg policy for the 1970's, Mar.,

D.
Okinawa, reversion of, Oct., p. 18
United Nations Day proclamation,
Aug., p. 2 of cover
Wage and salary freeze, Sept., p. 2
Cooge editors, speaks with, Feb., p.

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Pakistan, Feb., p. 16; June, p. 32; Aug.,
p. 11; Dec., p. 32
Palmer, Alison, Sept., p. 18
Pantsuits, (Evening Star), Feb., p. 43
Paris, chancery gets facelift, Aug., p. 7
Parsons, Edmund M., Feb., p. 33
raison, politations. May, p. 14; June,

D.
Passport Office, July, p. 23; Nov., p. 26
Pay raises, Federal, Jan., p. 7; Sept., p.
6; Dec., p. 29
Peace Corps, Oct., pp. 42, 44
Penson, Charles S., obituary, Jan., p. 77
Per diem rates, Nov., p
Perry, Jack R., *či 16
Perry, Commodore Oliver Hazard, Nov.,
p. 20
Personnel: -
Appointments, transfers, retirements
and resignations, Jan., p. 78; Feb.,
pp. 67, 69; Mar., p. 61; Ap., p. 78;
May, p. 74; June, p. 63; July, p. 65;
Aug., p. 66; Sept., p. 62; Oct., p.
61; Nov, p. 46; Dec., p. 63
Blood, Archer K., Aug., p. 29
Brewster, designated Director of Per-
sonnel, Sept., p. 8 -
Career Counseling and Assignments,
Deputy Director of Personnel for
(PER/CA), Mar., p. 14
Centralization, reorganization of pro-
grams, Jan., p. 45 -
Computers in personnel planning and
operations, Feb., p. 33
Duty officers, Mar., p. 38
Overtime, policies and
Mar., p. 20
Personnel files, safeguarding of, Nov.,

regulations,

p.
Reorganization (Sohm), Feb., p. 36
Vocational training, Feb., p. 48
Wage and salary freeze, Sept., p. 6
Women, effect of marriage on careers
of, Feb., p. 24
Peterson, Peter G., Feb., p. 7
Pitts, Shirley M., Mar., p. 39 -
Planning and Analysis for International
Security Assistance, established in
Bureau of Politico-Military Affairs,
July, p. 14 -
Pointer, Edward W., Jr., obituary, July,

D. -
Policy Analysis and Resource Allocation
(PARA), July, pp. 2, 8
Political studies, FSI, Jan., p. 62; Aug.,
p. 45; Dec., #. 40
Politico-military affairs, Jan., p. 47; July,
p. 14; Aug., p. 30
Pollack, Herman, Ap., p. 32
Pope, Thomas A., obituary, Oct., p. 48
Popper, David H., Nov., p. 31
Population matters:
FSI course, Jan., p. 55
Green revolution (Barlaug), July, p. 30

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Christmas door contest, Jan., p. 55
Election, Jan., p. 55
Membership drive, Oct., p. 40
Remembrance and anniversary service,
Ap., p. 42
Refugee and migration affairs:
Kellogg, Francis L., named Special As-
sistant, Feb., p. 25
Pakistan, Feb., p. 16; June 32; Aug.,
p. 11; Dec., p. 32
South Asian relief assistance, panel
on, Sept., p. 27
U.S. global relief efforts, Aug., p. 11;
photo layout, Aug., p. 12
Reid, John Gilbert, Ap., p. 57
Reinhardt, G. Frederick, Mar., p. 42
Reinhardt, John E., Oct., p. 27
Reinstein, Jacques, Oct., p. 45
Repo, requirements reviewed, Feb.,

D.
Retirement:
Foreign Service, Oct., p. 41
Retirees honored, Dec., p. 30
Seminar, Ap., p. 56
Rhetts, Charles E., obituary, Dec., p. 62
Rice, Thomas J., May, p. 30
Richardson, John, Jr., Oct., p. 26
Riddleberger, James W., July, p. 40
Rimmer, Stephen H., May, p. 28
Rives, Lloyd, Feb., p. 23
Rivkin Award, July, p. 24
Roberts, Walter R., Aug., p. 18
Robertson, Oscar, May, p. 44
Rockefeller Public Service Awards, Dec.,
p. 31
Rogers, Gladys, Sept., p. 13; Oct., p. 35
Rogers, Mrs. William P., Dec., p. 5
Rogers, William P.:
Addresses and messages:
Christmas, Dec., p. 2 of cover
Colgate University commencement,
June, p. 6
Combined Federal Campaign, Oct.,
p. 2 of cover
Europe, relations with
writers), Dec., p. 20
Executive privilege, statement on,
Aug., p. 2
Foreign assistance, Oct., p. 18.
Foreign policy, in a technological
age, Feb., p. 2; report to Con-
gress, Ap., p. 6; press confer-
ence, Ap., p. 7; press comment
on Congressional report, Ap., p.
19; review (before American
Legion), Sept., p. 2 -
International review (before Sigma
Delta Chi), Dec., p.2
Junior Foreign Service
100th class, Dec., p. 9
Newsletter, congratulatory letter to,
May, p. 2 of cover
Nuclear war, measures to reduce
the risk of, Oct., p. 16
Officer exchange program, July, p.

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Selection Boards, Foreign Service:
FSO/R, Aug., p. 10; mid-career, Nov.,
p. 12; senior officers, Oct., p. 24
Staff officers, Oct., p. 24
Selection-out, Dec., p. 27 -
Senate Foreign Relations Committee,
Nov., p. 2 -
Senior Seminar in Foreign Policy, Feb.,
p. 22; Ap., p. 22; July, p. 27
Senior toning assignments, FSO, Aug.,
p. 3

“Seventh floor" reorganization, July, p. 2
Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Jock, Sept., p. 15
Shreve, Esther, obituary, Feb., p. 76
Sierra Leone, Mace named Ambassador
to, § p. 16
Simkin, William E., Nov., p. 15; Dec., p.
11
Singapore, Oct., p. 32
Sisco, Joseph J., Dec., p. 31
Siscoe, Frank G., Mar., p. 42
Sister city program, Feb., p. 27
Skean, Harold L., June, p. 38
Sladkin, Donald M., May, p. 29
Smathers, George A., Nov., p. 21
Smyth, Howard McGaw, Feb., p. 65
Sobotka, Clement J., Mar., p. 40
Sohm, Earl D., Feb., p. 36; Mar., p. 14
Sollenberger, Howard E., June, p. 30.
South Asian Relief Assistance, Advisory
Panel on, Sept., p. 27 . -
Soviet Union. See Union of Soviet Social-
ist Republics
Stanley, Diane, May, p. 49
Stevens, Francis B., obituary, Dec., p. 62
Stockberger Achievement Award, Mar., p.

14
Stoltzfus, William A., Jr., Dec., p. 24
Stoner, Earl N., obituary, Nov., p. 44
Stottlemyer, David L., Aug., p. 17
Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT),
Mar., p. 27; June, p. 5; Dec., p. 7
Stratton, Marie C., Oct., p. 15
Strausz-Hupé, Robert, Dec., p. 24
Summer employees and interns, July, p.
36; Sept., p. 34
Swaziland, Nelson named Ambassador to,
June, p. 29
Sweden, Feb., pp. 20, 21
Symington, J. Fife, Jr., Nov., p. 19; Dec.,

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UNESCO. See, United Nations Educa-
tional, Scientific and Cultural Orga-
, nization
Union... of Soviet Socialist Republics
(U.S.S.R.), Oct.. p. 16
United Nations:
Activity, summary of, Jan., p. 8
African issues (Newsom), Oct., p. 12
Bennett, named to Security Council,
Ap., p. 23
Bush, named U.S. Representative,
Jan., p.16; address, June, p. 10
China, action on (Rogers' press confer-
ence), Nov., p. 4
General Assembly, 26th, Rogers' ad-
dress, Oct., p. 2; summary of events
(Blachly), Oct., p. 10
Human Environment, 1972 Conference
on the, Mar., p. 27; June, p. 34
Population activities, Feb., p. 23
President's Commission on, Feb., p. 46
Schaufele, named senior advisor to
U.S. Representative, Aug., p. 17
Scholarship fund, Oct., p. 15
Stottlemyer, named adviser on Inter-
ope Organization affairs, Aug.,

D.
UN Day proclamation, Aug., p. 2 of
cover
United Nations Educational, Scientific
and Cultural Organization (UNESCO),

... May, p. 22
United States Information Agency (USIA):
Economic course, FSI, Ap., p. 80
Guides, sought, Ap., p. 49
Roberts, named Associate Director,
Aug., p. 18
Upper Volta, Easum named Ambassador
to, Oct., p. 27
Urban League, June, p. 61
Uruguay, honors Mitrione, Sept., p. 26;

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Zagorin, Bernard, May, p. 31
Zeller, F. C. Duke, Sept., p. 32
Ziegler, John C., May, p. 29
Zorthian, Barry, Mar., p. 22

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