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STAT Declassified in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release @ 50-Yr 2014/01/06: CIA-RDP73-00475R000200620001-7 R Next 1 Page(s) In Document Denied Declassified in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release @ 50-Yr 2014/01/06: CIA-RDP73-00475R000200620001-7 WHO'S WHO /962 Declassified in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release @ 50-Yr 2014/01/06: CIA-RDP73-00475R000200620001-7 ra. (risme: Inst. or Pa. Hosp., 'Ill N. 49th St., 1916; 13.8., Pa. State Coll., 1922; m. Virginia tyne, Phila. 39. July 15, .1924; 1 dau.,' Mary Lyne (Mrs. Gibbons). WithilVest Penn'Power Co. since 1922, service engr.,. 1922-24, asst. mgr. rating, &--inspection dept., 1929?. 23,:asst. to comml. mgr., 1928-34, comml. manager, 1934-98, operating mgr., .1048-49, v.p.' 'dir. since 1049; dir. Ohio Valley Electric Corp: Dir.-at-large PA. div. Am. Cancer Soc. Mem, Beta: Theta Pi. Clubs: -Duquesne (Pit(s.); Pike Run Country (Jones . Mills). Home:. 24 Northniont? SL Office: Cabin Hill? Greensburg, Pa; ? ,. ??, CHAMBERS, Frank George, corp. exec.; born Salt Lake City, June 7,1910; s. George Brower and Vilate Ellen (Schofield),,C.; B.S., U. Utah, 1037:;. M.B.A., Harvard, 4939; , children?Allison, Leslie.; A. founder Magna Enuring. Corp., 1947; ores. Con-: tinental Capital Corp.; vice. pres. 5laydwell &., Hartzell,. Inc.; chairman bd. Hazleton-Nuclear. Science Corporation. Chief office Of priorities and, controls, Munitions Bd., Dept. of Def., .Mar.-Dec..i 1951. Served as It. col., A.U.S.,1949-45; with Of- fice of Under Sec. of War, 1940-42; staff Comdg. Can., ASP., 1092-95. Mern,Phi Kappa Phi. Clubs:. Harvard .(E.Y:C.); Univ. (S.F.). Home: 2700 Paci- fic Av. Office: 120 Montgomery SL, San Francisco.. ' CHAMBERS, Frank White, exec.'engr.; b. Beaver,.i Ph., Sept. 14, 1905:5. Frank and Lena (Gourley) C.; student ? IL Pitts., 1020; m. Helen Stoddard,' July 12, 1934. With Hoppers co., .)936-.?, project: mgr. Butadiene-Styrene plant, 1942-43, mgr. control: dept., engring. and constrn. die.', 1946-47, asst..mgr.1 steel plant Chile,' S.A.;- Santiago, 1947-49; prodn..? mgr. cngring. and constm. Div.,'? Pitts.. 1949-51;' pres., dir. Strategic ?Materialk Corp., 1959?; dir. Nichols Wire & Aluminum Co., Internat.' African- ? Am. Corp. Cons.,'?W.P.13., 1011-42. Served It., US' NR, 1913-46. Mem. Nat. Soc.- Profl. Engrs., Inst. Mech. Engrs., AIM., Am. Mgmt. Assn. Ma.' son (Shriner), Elk. Presbyn. Clubs: Union League (N.Y.C.); Weebum Golf (Darien). Home: 74 Pan-, broke Rd., 'Darien. Conn. Mice: 161 E. 42d St., N. ? ? CHAMBERS, Gordon Harispe, Inds). engr.;1).-Nor-t wood, Pa., Apr. -.27, 1007; a. "Gordon and Amelia, (Harispe) C.; B.S.. U. Pa., 1023; in. Marjorie Spahro July 29, 1048; children?Joyce D., Robert G.. With ! Foote Mineral Co., Phila., 1928?,'successively sales.; mgr., sec., dlr., v.p.,?pres., 1028-50, past chmn.'s Alumni trustee Wharton Sch., U: Pa. Served as col.; AUS, 1942-45. Decorated Legion of Merit with -oak:, leaf cluster, Purple 'Heart (U.S.); Order 13dt. Ern-? Pire; Legion of Honor, Croix de Guerre with gold.; star (France). Mem. Am. Inst. Mining Engrs., Ans,/, Ceramics ;Soc., Am. Ordnance:Assn. Home: 7909 St. ) Martins Lane, Phila. 18. "'CHAMBERS, Harold Coulson, architect; b. hump-' ton, Neb., Oct.' 15, 1885; s.? Frank and Mary Eliza- beth (Sangston) C.; student Armour Inst. Tech. ? Chicago, 1904-66; m. Nora ?Etner Groftholdt, Juns'ir 20, 1917; 1 son, HarOld Coulson. Archtl. draftsman, Myron Hunt & Elmer Grey, Los 'Angeles, 1006-20 pak.ner, Myron Hunt arid IL: C. Chambers, 1920-47, is now 'continuing firm's practice in' partnership 'with ' Lester Hibbard. 'Field 'officer in charge of 'exemp- tions, Emergency Fleet' Corp., United States Ship- ping Bd., during World War I; performed contracts for mrchtl. and engring. design for U.S.' Army .(Camp' White, Camp Callan and 'Fort lloseerans) 'and U.S. Navy (Camp Pendleton and various shore Miss.), and, other ?works. Treas. Library Architecture end Al.:. lied Ails,' Los ? Angeles. Mem, corn: on design of' Los 'Angeles County Hall of Justice. Chairman corn- ? mitten, Los Angeles Count)' MII9CUM: Fellow American Inst. Architects; mem. Southern Calif. chapter. A.I.A. (past- pres.), State Assn. Calif. Architects. (past Pres.), Soc. Am. MIL Engrs., Calif. Historical Soc., Association of Calif. Edw., Pasadena Art Institnte. Clubs: University, Zamorano (Los Angelet). 'Awarded. certificate of comMeodation (as mem.' firm Hunt! & Chambera)..fromsWienis%1ImPPRAMOrsel,..chief of! Bureauvof 'Yards and Docks, U.S: Navy,-1.915:0411ome:.' 1212'S. El Molina Av., Pasadena,' Cal. Office: l(152, V,.C::.61t.Ahre,SotE. ,R' Lsos jialningeseleFsio1y7d.. *J27r newspaperman; b.. Houston, May 13, 1913; s. James Floyd and Eliza- beth (Troutman) C.; student Terrill Prep. Sch. 'for Boys, 1932; m. 'Elizabeth Valerie Moore, Jan. 4.. 1935; children?James Floyd, III, Elizabeth Valerie., Copy boy-reporter Dallas. :Dispatch (later. Dallas Dispatch-Jour.). 1934-35, telegraph editor, 1035-36,. asst. sPorts editor, 1936-38, asst. city editor, 1938- 39, city editor, 1910-41; pub. relations dir. Dallas C. of C., 1941-42, North Am. Aviation, 1942-45; exec. news Dallas Times -Herald; 1945, mng. editor since 1996, dir. since 1952; y.P., gen.' mgr. Times. Herald, 1952-60, president,' 1050--; executive vice president, general massager, director ? RRI,D- AM-FM-TV, 1958?; mem. bd. dirs. Thnes herald Printing Co.:- covered. atom, bomb test at Bikini, 1946; ghoit writer for Several oat. ,.sports figures, in-, eluding Byron Nelson and Doak Walker. Mem. Sig- ma ?Delta Chi. Methodist (steward),. Clubs: Brook Hollow, City. Dallas Country (Dallas). Home: 5600 Farquhar.. Office:: Dallas Times Herald, Dallas. : CHAMBERS, Joseph Alexander, .elect 'cc.; b. Union, S.C., Aug. 21,? 10'mph 'B., a 'anette (Coe) ?C.; gring., Clemson Coll., misee.tigvWffn,, Nov. 1) 1931; children ? ?Charlotte (Mts. David Goodburn); Patricia Chars-, hers (Mrs. Philip Messinger). Served as' _radio am. Gen. Electric Co., Schenectady, 1924-27; tech. dir. Crosley Radio Corp., Cin.,. 1027-36; electronic, engr. cons. Chambers & Garrison. Washington,':1930-: 51; gen. mgr. Motorola, Inc., Western Mil. Center, Phoenix,- 1951--, op. Motorola. Inc.. Cligo.. 1055-, ?. Cons., to one. def.; mem, tech, adv. bd.: MS.' Served to comdr. USER, 1941-45: Fellow Inst. Radio' Engineers; mem... Phoenix C. of C. Home: 7611, N.. Invergordon Rd., 'Scottsdale, .Arlz, Office: Moto- rola, 3201 E. McDowell Rd., Phoenii; .1 CHAMBERS,' Joseph Osborne, utilities exec.: b. Washington, Pa., AM. 4, 1898; s. Henry P. and Flora (Osborne) C.; student Washington and Jefferson Coll.,;' -CHAMBERS, Justice hi (aeon); govtl., cons.; b.? Huntington, W.Va., Feb. '2, 1908; s. Arthur Faye and Dixie (Justice) .C.; student Marshall Coll., 1025- 27; Doctor of Laws, 1954; student' George Wash-. ington' U., 1027-30; LL.B., National University, 1933; irs. Johanna Marla' Schmutsser, Dec. 25, 1932;s? children?Patricia, :John Arthur; Justice ,Marion, - Peter, 'Paul. Comnid. 24 R.,' U.S.M.C.R., 1932, ad- vanced through grades to guI., 1946; served with 5th. Marines, 1st Marine Raider Bn., 1941-42, 3r1 Rn.,' 25th Marines, 1943-45, 'ret. 1946: asst. commr. U.S. Maritime Commn.' 1936-37; asst. chino. Fed. Per-1 sonnet Council.' l946-47;' trofi. Staff advisor U.S. Senate Armed Services Corn.,' 1047-50; asst. admin- str. Federal Civil Defense Administration 1956-52, executive asst. ?adminstr. ? 1952-54; asst.. exec.- dir.'s Reserve Officers Assn.,' 1954-55; organiter and head' J: M. Chambers ?& Asso., 19551?' Dir. Civil' Def.,' Rockville, 51aryland, 4950-1951. Decorated Congh's Medal of Honor, Silver Star, Legion of Merit, Pur-' pie Heart (3); Presdl. Unit CHOMP (3)...91em. Ma-I rine Corps . Reserve Officers Association (director 1958?), 4th Marine Division 'Association (pres., 1940-50), lot Raider Bri. Assn. (ores.), 'Retired' Officers Assn. (director .1055-58) Congressional Medal Honor Soc. (exec. v.p.. 1059?), Simla Phi Eps11, Ion, Phi 'Kappa Nu. Horne: 140, S. Adams St., Rock-, 'dile, Md. Office:- 2521 Connecticut Av.; Washington..., CHAMBERS, Lenoir, newspaper "editor; ? b. Char-, ? lOtte,..N.C., Dec. 26, 1801; s. Joseph Lenoir and Grace Singleton (Dewey) ,C.; grad.?Woodberry. For-. est (Virginia) Sch., 1919; A.B.,. University; of. North . Carolina, 1914, LL.D., 1900; stu-:. dent Columbia U. Sch. of Journalism, 1916-17;:m.; Roberta Burwell Strudwick, Sept.; 15, 1928; children. ?Robert Strudwick Glenn (stepson), Elisabeth Lacy. Teacher ,Woodberry Forest Sch., 1914-16; Washington stall New Republic News Service, 1017; die, U. of, N.C.:News Bureau, 1019-21; staff 'Greensboro (N.C.) , Daily News,' .Successively as reporter, city editor,. atm. editor, .1921-29; asso. editor Norfolk Virginian-' Pilot, 1929-44;.editor Norfolk Ledger-Dispatch, 1944-- 59; editor Norfolk Virginian-Pilot 'since Apr. 19501. prey. Norfolk ,Fortsm,',Inc., 1943-40, . also director;. mem; Am. Soc. of Newspaper Editors. Served as .1st! It. int.,-11.S. Army, with ABF., 1017-19. Trustee' Woodberry Forest:Sch., Norfolk Acad., Norfolk Public Library;.chnui., parent's adv. bd. Sweet Briar 1957-58. Recipient 'Pulitzer Prize. for editorial writ- ing, 1960. Mein, Cum Laude Soc., Acac, Polit. National Conference of Editorial Writers; Sigma Alpha ' Epsilon, Phi Beta Kappa, Ind. Democrat, Chts: Virginia, .Norfolk Yacht and Country. 'i(Nor-' (olk).' Author: Stonewall Jackson, 1959. Home: 514' Fairfax Av. Office: 'Norfolk Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk,' ..; -CHAMBERS, Madeleine (Mrs. -Alexander 'Herds- clink), operatic 'soprano; b. 'N.Y.C.. 'Oct. If,, 19274 d. Anthony and Helen (Wiewisirka) Chenstrys;'ILS., N.Y.U.,.1948; student .Columbla Tchrs. Coll., 1948-' 49; so. Alexander Herenchak, 'Mar,' 8. 1948. Operatic' debut in 'Europe, at TeatroNuevo, Milan, . Italy,: 53, in U.S. at Citi' Center',Opera; N.Y.C.,' 1954;' ist, Met.' Illiera House:1955.,'Recipient award Muz' Ole Erin. League, 1951, 'Friday Morning Music award.'- Washington, 1952, Folbright ? award to lolly,' 19521 Vffiner Internat. Connietition'for Oberst Singers, Lau-; saline, Switzerland, 1953; Internat.' Competition in Ve" lers, 1.3elgium, '1953; Marion Anderson award,' 19.9, Chicago Theatre of the Air award, 1954, Met. Au tions of the Air award, '1955. Mem. Kosciuszko Fot d., Am. Guild Musical Artists, Actors Equity.' Ho : 2600 Hudson Blvd., 'Jersey City. Office: Met-, nip 'tan Onera, N.Y.C.' . ? . ? ? AMBERS, Maurice .Mpley,' shoe Infr.?, b.' St, Lou ; July .14,' 1016', .s.' 51. R. and 'Ruth E.', (Br ks) C:; Mae Mildred Bartlett, Juni 30, 1937';': 1 I o., Cynthia Ruth. Salesman Tweedle Footwear Cer . Jefferson City, Mo.; .1031-39; buyer, -mdse., mg Montgosniry Ward,' N.Y.C. 1939-49; mdse. mgrJ In rnat. Shoe CO.', St. Louis,' .1049150, v.p:, dir. c i^c sales; .19513s. Home: 554 Lyman Pl., Web.' oturi.:Gvio.ves 1,9:. Mo. Office:. 15:09:7ashington Av., St. . , ; CHAMBERS, Merritt Madison, ? educatoi, assn' Co.,exec.; h., Knox Ohio, Jan.: 26, 1899; s. Ru- fus Ward end Etta Amelia (Miller) C.; student U. of Fla., -Harvard; BA., Ohio Wesleyan U.,, 1922;. M.A., 0. State .U., 1027, Ph, D., 1031. Teacher and prin. .in high schs., ?1922-26; chief of student planning sect, of Student Work Div. Nat. Youth Ad- minstM., June-Dec., 1941;, with .,Am. Council on Eds., 1942, ? and 1945-51:. cons. Office of Edit, ;1952-53; residentopropr. Lafayette 'Farms, Mt, Vernon,. 0., 1953-58; vis. prof., on higher education Univ. ? of Mich.. '1959-61; exec. dir. Mich. Council State Coll.. Pres.' Participated In surveys of higher eels: in Moss. and Illinois, ?1949, Connect!- tat, Wisconsin, .Iowa, '1950; cons. -.Com. on Govt. and Higher Education, 1957. On 'entire duty as lot . Army Ale Corps.; Oct. 1912... promoted capt., August 2, 1043; maim', June 27. 1944; in- structor In school administration.- Ohio State Univ.,' slimmers '1932-33, also;' pref.,. 1938, 39,40; 41,,f, pro- fessor, 1047. Fellow Am. Association Advancement ? Science; mem. Knox County Earns Bur. (pres. 1057-, 58), Nat. Edo. Assn. (life), Delta Sigma Rho, Phi Delta Kappa,,Alpha Sigma Phi. Author books in-,' eluding: Yout-Serving Organizations, 1937, 3d edi- tion, 1917; The Colleges and the Courts, 4th vol., 1951; Tho Campus .and the 'People, 1060. Con- tributor to Social ? Work Year book. 1939,, 41.. Editor various works including: Charters of Phil-',, anthropies. '1048; Universities of the World Outside, U.S.A., 1950. Contributor of ?educational and legal , articles. Home: 350 S. Fifth An.,, Ann Arbor. *27 t CHAMBERS; Richard H.; U.S circuit judge; b.'. Danville, Ill., Nov, 7, 1906; s. William R. and Lida J.' (Spencer) C.; A.B.,' U. Ariz., 1029; LL.B., Stan- ford University, 1932; Married ? 2d, Mary Martin, November ?24, 1995;- children bY previous' marriage ?Martha ? A.. (Mrs. Charles R. Froese).. Janet L. (Mrs. John. B. Crews).. Admitted to the' Arizona bar, :1932; , practice of law in Tucson, Arizona, 1032-42, 45-54; Judge Ct. of Appeals, 9th Circuit;; 1054?. Served cant. to mai. USAAP, 1942-45, Mem. Any. Law Inst., Am. Bar 'Assn., Phi Gamma Delta,: Rep. Mason, Elk. Club: Old l'ucblo (Tucson). Home: 333 5, Alvernon Way. Tucson. Office: U.S. P.O.' and Court House; Tucson. - . 'CHAMBERS, Robert, lawyer, govt. official; b;Bal- ? timore, lid., July 5, 1905; s. Rev. Lyttleton Morgan, and Katharine (Luber) C.; A.B., Johns Hopkins U.,, 1920; LL.B.; University of Maryland, 1029; mar- tied Helen Calvert McGraw, concert pianist, April' 14, 1928. Clerk British Consulate, Baltimore, 1926- 29; admitted to Maryland bar, 1920; vice con- sul, Baltimore, 1929-33; special 'agent and admirds-? tmtive asst, to dir., Fedi' Bureau of Investigation, 1933-39; asst. chief counsel, Bureau of Customs, 1939-' 41; chief counsel, Bureau of Customs, since 1941' alternate for sec. of trees. on Foreign-Trade Zones' Bd. 1941-53. Home: Muddy Branch Rd., Gaithers- burg, Md, Office: Bur. Customs, Washington. 0 CHAMBERS, Stanley Paul, them, industry' exeC,; London, Eng., Apr, 2, 1904; s. Philip Joseph 'and-, Katherine Chambers; student City of London Coll.:' 131Com., M.Sc., London Sell. Echos., London U.? Dorothy 'Alice, Marlon Copp, 1926; m. 21,, Eslilhs Lamb, Sept. 23, 1955; children?Naomi Katherine,' Sarah Penelope. Mem. Indian Income Tax Enquiry, Com.' . .1935-36; income tax adviser Govt. of India,. 1037-40; sec. commr. Bd..' Inland Revenue, 1942-47; chief ? finance 'div..Contiol Comm. for Germany, Brit- ish Element, 1045-97; mem, corn. for review orgn. customs 'and excise, 1951-53, mem. cons. departmen- tal records.. 1952-54, chum. corn. on inquiry into London Transport,' 1953-55; chain. Insperial Chem. Industries, Ltd., London, 1000?; dir: Nat. Pro- vincial Bank, Ltd.,' Royal Ins. Co., Ltd.; Liverpool & London & Globe Ins, Co., Ltd., African Explosives, & Chem. Industries, Ltd.,' Imperial Chem. Industries of Australia and New Zealand, Ltd. Decorated Com- panion of Indian Empire, 1991, Companion of the Bath,' 1992. Hon. fellow London Sch. Econs.; mem. Nat. Inst. Econ. and Social. Research (pres.), Inst. of Dim: Club: Reform. Home: Oak Lodge, The Bish-' op's Av.. London N.2. Office: Imperial Chemical' House, Millbank, London S.W. 1, Eng. .CHAMBERS, Walter Louis, educator, landscape architect; b. Hanging Rock, 0., Apr. 0, 1007; a., Ulysses Gaylord and Terrena.(Bernthold) 'C.; II.L.A.,. Olsio State U., 1929;-ALL.A., Harvard, 1932; ? Eileen 1Vilson, 1031 (div. Jan. 1999),; 111. 2d,, Vir- ginia Hodson Howe, July 1999. Instr. landscape ar- chitecture Grad. Sch. Design, Harvard, 1933-33, asst., prof.; 1938-42, acting ehmn." dept. 1940-41, ass?. prof., 1942-55, brof.' landscape architecture, 1955-58, chmn. dept., 1950-58r pron. practice landscape ar-: chiteelbre, 1038-48; instr, landscape engring. Low.' thorpe Sch., 1938-41; cons. site planning TVA, 1941; lectr. landscape architecture Grad. Sch. Architecture and 'Landscape Archlticture; Smith Coll., 1941-42; landscape architecture, planning, site engring. Chem, hers & Moriece, Cambridge, Mass., 1918-56, Cham- bers & Moriece, Inc., 1056-57;' prof. landscape archhi.:' tecture U. Mich., 1958?; chins. dept., 1058- -; director Nichols Arboretum 1958-; consult- log .'architect, 1957?. Recipient award (with others) for Wellesley Housing Project, Archtl. 'Forum:. citation for Country Sit. in Weston, Mass.,' Pro-' gressive Architecture. Fellow Am. Soc. Landscape Ar- chitects; mem. A.I.A. (asso. mem. Detroit chpt.). Mich. Hort. Soc. (trustee), Tau Sigma Delta. Club; Harvard (Boston). Author articles profl. pubis., Home: 2998 Geddes Av., Ann Arbor,' Mich. ? CHAMBERS, William .Royal, engr.; b. on farm in N.E.,Ohio, July 3, ,1882; s. Valentine M. and Carrie L. (Cleaver) Q.? student Damascus Acad., 1399; ME., Ohio State If., 1901; m. Pearl Evelyn Hall, June 26, 1007; 1 son, Edwin O. Test man, Gen. Electric Co., Lynn,..51ass., 1964-03; opt., Portales Irrigation Co., N.M., 1909-11; chief engr.' Standard? Sanitary Mfg. Co., New Brighton, Pa., 1911-14; engr., Vacuum Oil Co., Chicago, '1914-17; asst. chief mgr., Ain. Steel Foundries, Chltago, 1017-28; chief engr.. General Steel Wrings Corp.' FAidystone, Pa.,. 1029-33; ?head meth! engr?,' Tenn. Valley Authority, 1931-42; 'mgr: of engring., Tenn. Eastman Corp., Oak Ridge, 19?13 40; cons., Atomic Energy Coramn., since 1996; head mech, engaing. dept., U. of Tenn., 1916-52. Fellow Arn.'Sqe M.F,.; mem. Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau' Sigma. }loose:, 5610 Holston Hair, Rd., Knoxville,. 'Tenn. CHAMLEE, Aquila (chern'le), clergyman, educa- tor; b. .Canton, Ga., Dee.- 3.. 1869; s. George W. And, Melinda (Robertson) C.; A.B., Mercer, 1805; DID:. 1912; grad. Southern Boot. Meal. Sem., Loll, isville, `Ky... 1897; ns. Mamie Louise Beck, Sept.' 6;01898: (dec.. 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Colleg,ePark. 1945(Dean 1952). 9119 Hoyt Daniel Williams B-Ga : (FA)AC: D-Randolph Fid (AirCr), 19 Sept 35, 11,t, a-28. 1/120 Miller Osborne Perry B-Pa 13 Jun 07: FA: ArtySect Hq 1Army T-EA 43-45(2BSM): S&F C&GSC 46-49: CO 52FABn24Dly Ja- pan 49, KW Jul 5O-Sept 50 & Ex0 24DivArty Sept 50-Jun 51 (7)SC-1.-31- RsM-PH) : AWC 51-52: S&F Mar 1952-55: BG 54: MAAG VietNam 55-57: CG lADivArty 57-58: CG 10- DivArty FtBenningGa 58. 9121 Scott Mock Sanford B-Mont: A-Ill: Cav: Member Army Horse Show Team: D-Ft Riley, (acdt), 2 Oct 39, ILL, a-30. 9122 Herbert Walter Mansfield B-Wash 2 Jun 07: CAC-TC: S&F CA Sch 42-44: C/S IslCmd T-P 44-45 (BSM-CR) ? Duty & Trans? .7antog Crnd 50-52(151): Comp NewOrl POE 52-53: 0 ChR&D DA 53-56: DptyTransp0 Hq USAREUR 56: Col. 9123 Fielder Price Greer B-WVa 22 Sep 07: Int: 35Div T-AD 44: Ex() 28Inf8Div, Div03, T-D 44- 45(sS-Bsm-c7): ()Como 0F10 FEC 49-52: OSD 52-55: CO 3InfFtMyer 55756: DptyComdr BaseSecComZ USAREUR(AP044NY) 56: Col. 0124 William Eaton Chandler 74-Vt 2S Oct A-Lge: ray: S2 & S3 26Ciw(PS) Bataan (SS-LM-PH): POW 42-45: LtCol 45: Col 50: G2Sect Hq6Army 52-53: OACS/G2 USFA, Salzburg Sep 53-55: OACS/G3 Hq USAREUR 55-56: S&F TARS Ft KnoxKy 56: Col. 9125 Frank Arthur Bogart B-Pa 12 Jan 09: CAC-01C-AF: 2L111: LogDiv SHAPE 51-54: ODCS/C(DptyDir Budget Mar 54, Dir Budget Jun 54): MG 51. 9126 Harold Lucas Rays ? B-hid 13 Apr 08: A-Lge: let: Ex0 378Inf 'J'-l: 42-45(3B8M-CI): S&F C&GSC 48-50: AFSC 50-51: Ch Civil AssistanceSec Hq8ArmyKorea 51- 52: Secy StandingGpNATO Wash DC 'Sat 52. 9127 Charles Coburn Smith, Jr. B-PI 20 Jun 07: A-NG.Cal: FA: S3 7Div Arty T-ME(2LM-DSM-CR): KW(Ex0 10 Corpsirty Jul 52, CO 3DivArty Jun-Oct 53)(21.1)1): S&F AWC 53-56: CG 8DivArty 56-57: BG 56: ArtyComdr 7Corps 57-58: MA France(AP0230NY) 58. 9128 Charles Robert Bard It-NY 16 Feb 07: A-Army: CAC- JAGD: SSA 15Corps T-E 44-45 (RSM): SJA 7Array T-E 45(1.5/): STA(USFA 47-48, 5Corps FtBragg 48-50): OJAG 50-54: AsstSJA Hq IVIDVir Jan-Jul 54: SJASect Ho Eu- sak Jul-Nov 54: SJA USAFFE&8 Army Dec 54. 9129 Paul Gordon Miller B-I's: A-NGPa: (CAC)AC: D-Ohio (injury). 16 May 40, Mt. 8-33. 9130 Camden William McConnell B-Pa 23 Jun 08: PA: G4Sect Hq 2Corps T-M 42: CO 805TD?Bn T-M ? 43-45(LM): AirWC 49-50: G3 TAC FtSill 50: CO 10CorpsArty, CO 2 DivArty Korea Feb-Sen 59: Ha CONARC FtMonroe 54-57: Ch Ar- Sec MAAG Portugal (AP030NY) 57: Col. 9131 Charles Breckinridge Duff B-Ky 2. Sept 08: CAC: CO 41CA Regt Haw 43-44(BSm): FloIsemd Saipan 44-45(nsm): WDGS & JC/S 45(CR): OAC 48-53: Korea(45Div Arty Aug 53. CO 55AATirig. Feb 54): S&F ICAF 54-55: BG 55: CG 52AAABr1g 55-58: 0Compt DA 58. 9132 Samuel Smellow B-NJ 18 Jul 08: FA-OD: 00 Air SerAreaCmds 42-44: 00 10Corps T-SP 45-I5-RSM): ASStCoMdt Tnq 50-51* S,tn AWC'51-52? 00 Ho TJSFA Salzburg 52-55: R&DDiv OCO DA 55-58: DptyComdr OrdWeap- onsCmd RockIsArsenal In 58: Col. 9133 Wilbur Manly Skidmore B-WVa 8 Jun 06: CAC: WDGS 42- 44(1.111): CO AATTnit Saipan 44-45 (1.111-DS)!): AFSC 47-48: HnDA 48- 51: DptyCh Army&AF ExchSer, 25 W438St. NYC Nov 51. 9134 William John Dell B-NY 1 Feb 08: (FA)AC: CO 26 Cmhteargalp 5AF, T-S 44-45(AM): AirWC 49-50: ODCS/O 50-54: DCV- O HqUSAFE 59-56: CS Hq12AirFc 56-57: BG 56: DptyComdt HqAF- ROTC AirU MaxwellAFB Ala 57. 9135 James Chester Blannino B-Pc: Cnv: CO 2S0 26 Cav: Hq Comdt I Corps PA: POW: D-POW shin 25 Jan 45(exposure. malnutri- tion) Maj. a-36: LM-PH. 9136 Harry James Fleeaer B-SD: Cav: CO Sqn 26 Cav PS: POW: Death March: Kld-POW Rhin 24 Oct 44. Maj a-36: PH. 9137 Milan George Weber B-Wis 15 Oct IV: CAC: WDC 42- 43: DntyAA0 Flq9Army T-E 44-45 (LM-RS1)I): AAAdvsr ArgentineAr 49-51: Stu NWC 51-52: OJC/S 52-54: CO 36AAGp Norfolk8Va. Apr 54- May 55: MAAG Japan 55-58: Hq2- RegionArAirDefCmd FtMeadeMd 58: Col. 9138 Ernest Moore B-Ill 23 Dec 07: A-.:11-n: AC: BC 44: DC/S HawAAF 42(2DFC): C/S & CO 7Ftremd 43-45(DsM-LM-10S11- AM): DntyCG 4AF 46(CR): TTNMST! 47-4S? HriTTSA11" 1114A: MG 52: CG PhilCom 51-52: DCS FEC 52-54: V-ComdrMATS AndrewsAFB 54. 9139 William Arthur Davis. Jr. B-Pa 15 Jun 09: A-N.7: CAC-QMC- CE: DistEngr T-A(LM-CR): Ex0 PT Dist(RS111: TCAF 51-52: AFS- WP WashDC 52-55: DistEngr Trans- EastDist 55-57: Ch USA0verseas- SupAgcy NewOrleansLa 57: Col. 9140 Boyden Eugene Beebe. Jr. Ft-Utah 26 Jul 08: A-Vt: AC: BC 44: ' Opus Hq5AF&AlliedAF T-S 42-44 & C/S FEAF & SAP T-SP 44-45(118111- CH): MG 51: HqUSAR 57. 9141 Chester Joseph Diestel B-NY 13 Feb 09: A-Lge: CAC: CO AAUnits Haw 40-44 (BSM) : HaASP 45-46: AFSC 47: OCAFF 47-50: CO 12PAGDDptyG4 HaUS- RETIV52-54: 13151tl&P.4,lo.14.eb 54- 57: DptyCO 12RegionArAirDe FtTottenNY 57: Col. 9142 Philip Higley Bethune B-Aria 8 Feb 09: Car: G2Sect GHQ r?s?i.,}.?c -7,tv,?tt? ? G2Seet GHQ FEC 45: CO SchTps TARS 48-49: Hq TARS ? 49-50: Stu AWC 50-51: OACS/G2 DA 51-52: CS 40Div KW 52-53(1.111-B5M): Hq8Ar 53-55: Hq 4Ar 55: BG 55: ACS/G2 HALFCE 55. Earle Fremont Cook Omotintr-cd''77111teSands PG SigC Agency 52-54: DCO FtHua- chuca 54-55: BG 55: CG SCE'ngLabs 55-58: Ch R&DDiv OCSO 58. 9144 William Lamar Parham B-Ga: Inf: D-Randolph Fld(AirCr), 21 Mar 32. 2Lt. 8-24. 9145 Johnson Hagood, Jr. B-DC 18 Jul 08: A-SC: FA: Ex? 13FABrig T-M 43-44(1.111-PH): CO OFAGp T-E 44-45(8851): Ret dsbl 46 Col: SearsRoebuck de' Colombia Bogota Colombia 1953. 9146 John Maurice Brown B-NJ 4 Dec 05: A-Pa: Inf: BnC0 711nf? DSM-CR: URFA 48-49: G4 Sect Hq2Army 49: Ret 51 Lt Col: PubHealthEngr MdStateDept Health 2411NCharlesSt Baltimore 1Md. 9147 Earle William Hockenberry B-Ore 28 Apr 06: A-Army: AC: 'WD- GS 42-44(1.111): Er() 5Wg15AF Italy 45(AM): FIqCAirC 49-50: OSAF 1950. 9148 Frederick Richard Redden B-N3' 2 Oct 04: A-Array: FA: 83 7DivArty T-AP 43: CO 7119FABul Corps T-AP 45: G3Sect liqUSCon 47-50: UtahMilDist FtDonglas 1050. 9149 Albert Frederick Cassevant B-Me 15 Jun 08: A-Lge: CAC-SC: FIqAGF 43: Dir EvansSigLab & CO SigUnit US 43-45(1.31): Sig() DaseX PI 45-96(CR): DirEvansSigLab 48- 50: OCSO 51-54: SO HqAFFE .71:n 54: BG 54: ODCS/Log DA 56-57: Comdt TSS 57. 9150 Richard Sylvester Spangler B-Pa 24 Jan 09: CAC: Ex0 57CA Haw 41-43(13S111): S&E' CASch 43- 45(CR): WDSS 45-46(2CR) ? Doty ?Ch MAAG Iran 50-52: CO. 52AA. Brig FtWadsworthNY Jan 53-54: PMS&T Univ of Hawaii Honolulu 54-57: Pres USArAirDefBd FtBliss- Tex 57: Col. 9151 Percy Hotspur Lash, Jr. B-Va 28 May 07: FA: Obsr CBI 42-43(BS)I): Optic COSSAC 43-44 (BSM): G3DivSHAEF 44-45(121): Stu AWC 51-52: OSD 52: Ch Wyo MilDist Cheyenne 56: Col. 9152 John Edwin Barr B-SC 11 Jun 09: (FA)AC: Ex0 & CO 51FtrOp CBI 42-43(SS-DFC- AM) : Hq AAF WD 43-44: NWC 46. 9153 Carl Edward Green B-Tex 29 Jul 07: CAC: AAUnits Haw 41-44: CO A.4.Gps Saipan 44-45 (RSM): OCT 1946. 9154 Hamilton Murray Peyton B-Minn 14 Feb 07: FA-JAGD: SSA 14AD 42-43: SJA 10Corps 44-45 (LM): LLB Stanford 48: SJA TIC 49-51: AWC 51-52: OJAG 1952-54: ? SJA HqKoreaCotriZ 54-55: SJA Hq AFFE/HAr 55-56: SJA Hq5ArChi- cago 56: Col. 9155 Louis Augustine Guenther B-Kim 28 Aug 04: A-Mo: AC: Doty Al USSTAF T-P (RS:11): WDGS (LM): CO AAF PreflightSeh (C71): NWC 50-51: PersSec HqAMC 51-53: DptyComdr SpainAirMatArea 54-56, Comdr 56-57: IG 16AF 57: OSA.F 57: C01. ????-???? Declassified in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release @ 50-Yr 2014/01/06: CIA-RDP73-00475R000200620001-7 Declassified in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release ? @ 50-Yr 2014/01/06 : CIA-RDP73-00475R000200620001-7 ILLEGIB DALLAS TINES HERALD JAN 16, 1964 0 That C.I.A. Press Conference .? `? : ? - Toa Central InteLtigence 'Agency committed a blunder last week when it fell victom to the ? passion for publicity which afflicts too many ? persons and organizations in our society. The:, C.r.A.'s press conference disseminating its views , 'on the Soviet economy has had enough boomer%' 'ang effect to suggest that this first experimental ,! C.I.A. venfure in formal public relations may 2 .? also be its last. We hope so. . ,At least three considerations were ignored by ; the, C.I.A. when it decided to hold that unfortu-' nate press conference. One is the old and sound '! rule that that intelligence 'organization is, best .v.hich operates most secretly. A second factors . was the implicit public intrusion this action rep-; . resented into the prerogatives and duties of thel ? ? State Department in the field of foreign. policy. Lelig-standing suspicions that the C.I.A. has .sometimes tended to overstep its functions intol ? the policy-formation field can only be strength.! ? 'ened by this incident. Furthermore, the propaganda purposes behind) the C.I.A.'s revelation of its estimates of recent'. :Soviet growth rates are clear. Propaganda has.; , an important place in the modern world, but not; ' : in the judgments of an agency whose evaluations', ' are the bases for major decisions affecting thoi ;national security. The C.I.A. has only compounded its difficulties( 1.4,,its unwise abandonment of intelligence tradi-; ? ?:tion; and it has reinforced the long expresseds i? :view of this newspaper that a Congressionall ? 1"iye.tchdog" committee for the. Central Intelliji , :gene? Agency would be a very good thin; forj ' well as for the. country...:,.2,;iv,',1,) ? ? ? ? . . nprlaRsifien in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release @ 50-Yr 2014/01/06: CIA-RDP73-00475R000200620001-7 STAT Declassified in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release @ 50-Yr 2014/01/06: CIA-RDP73-00475R000200620001-7 Declassified in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release @ 50-Yr 2014/01/06: CIA-RDP73-00475R000200620001-7