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OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Society Former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Inc. DORMITORY AT NEW FBI ACADEMY, QUANTICO, VIRGINIA This is one of the new buildings at the beautiful new FBI National Academy at Quaniico, Virginia which some 500 members of Socieiy Chapters in the Washington and Mid-Atlantic Region will visit on Saturday, September 23, upon the invitation of Acting FBI Director L. Patrick Gray III. (See Page 4) /~ CIA-RDP~E~~~~J~000~(I~1'4~9 Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 A~roved For Releasec8~012/19kpeRlD~2-003578000900030014-9 Vol. 36 September ?.1972 THE GRAPEVINE Society of Former Special Agents of they Fed- eral Bureau o[ Investif;?atio ,Inc, Suite :L19-A, Statler-Hilton Hotel, '~rd Street and 7th Avenue, New York, N. Y. 10001 Miss Frances F{cosh, Ex~cutive Secretary OFFICERS Walter E. Dence ... Pres'.ident James E. Fogarty ... President-elect Frank L. Price ......,.... Secretary Dale S. Thompson .. , i.... Treasurer :REGIONAL VICE PiRESIDEN'TS Burton H. Michael .. j ... Northeast John 0. Montgomery Mid-Atlantic James L, McGovern ..L ... Southeast Caryl W. Garberson ..~ North Celntral John S. Todd ....... ?i South Celatral Robert A. Erskine ...;..... Western Executive Colr~mittee Desmond J. Bridges William O. Ghay John H. Doyle William A. Murphy Committee Cha rmen James E. Hastings ...... .... Chapter Gordon R. Carpenter .... .... Convention Charles ~V, Flynn ...... ...... Directory Scudder ]{elvie ....... );xecutive Services William O. Gray ........ :..... Foundation Ldward P'. Monahan ... Insuranec? ....... Gordon A. Philips ..... Publications .. .... Harold M. Perry .............. Investments ]`Iugh L. Steger ..................... Legal Jahn D. O'Connell ........j..... Membership Francis X. Plant .............. Nominating I i ? ra.pevir~.e OPFICIAI~ POBLICATION Se,lury. Ferwrr Sprclal Ag.+r. of iAe Frderol B+reo+ n/ lxor,flpu,la+, /+.. i I Copyright 1972 by So~iety of Former Special Agents of the F?~dertil Bureau of Investigation, Inc. j An international map~azinej Dublished monthly for and distributed to f:he rnembcrs and f:ricnds of the Society of Former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Ilnvcstigation, Inc. Subscription Price $:i per; year, 2nd class Postage Paid at~New York, N. Y. CORDON A. PHILIPS, Editor KARL G. HASTEDT, Matnaginq Editor EDITORIAL OF)iICES P.O. Box 0456 17 Woodhampton Drive Trenton, New Jeryey Ot3638 Betty and I plan a trip to Tolcyo, Hong Kong and Hawaiii in October. I thought there were some X-Agents in Hong Kong and Tokyo but did. not find any geographical listing. I know several of the fellows in Honolulu as I was once assigned there. We are thoroughly enjoying Southern Cal- ifornia climate and recreation. Betty and the three children are healthy and active. I travel frequently all over the West and sometimes back to Chicago and Detroit. Our offices in Denver, Portland, Los Angeles and San Francisco keep me on a busy itinerary. Russ T. Coon 317111 Foxfield Drive Weslaake Village, Calif. 91381 The Gerbers have moved again. Our new residence address is 3227 North Wood Valley Road, N.W., Atlanta, Georgia 30327. I am president of anewly-formed company, Martin, Gerber Sc Inc., management con- sultants, My company address is Suite 100, 241 West; Wieuca Road, N.E., Atlanta, Ga, 30392. I am happ}~ to be in Atlanta and as- sociated with the fine Atlanta Chapter again. Marty and I are already making plans to attend the New Ot?leans Convention. Mel R. Gerber Jr. I worked with ithc late Bon Hughes Mc- F,h?eath (1950-63), who died June 14 in Ox- ford, Mississippi, inn the Memphis FBI ofSees for several years. I-Ic was truly one of the finest men I've ever known -compassionate, friendly, conscientious, a good husband and father. His homespun sense of humor was a sincere source of delight to all who knew him. William I3. Lawrence Swis:a Pine Lake Drive Spruce Pinc, North Carolina We look forward to each issue of The Grapevine and are enjoying the magazine more than ever since it contains articles and pic- tures of Walter and Flo frequently in his role as President of the Society. (Flo and I were Friends in Now Oilcans before marrying our Bureau husbands, and we followed the Denccs to the San Antonio and Miami of- fices.) We arc hoping to sec them and all of our other friends at h'ew Orleans in November. My thoughts fumy :from joy to sadness as I recall a past convention in Denver, Col- orado, where Lois I{ramcr of Littleton, Col- orado, was amonte the dear friends with whom we had so much fun. She and Russ later visited us here in Garden City. T am enclosing a check in her memory for the X-FBI Foundation. Mrs. Alvin A. Dewey Garden City, Kansas 67846 As a result of a fire, I lost my Society membership card. At your cat?licst convenience, would you issue me a new one. John I'. Scheich Richmond Hill, N. Y. 11419 I have not received a copy of the new Membership Directory. Would appreciate hav- ing one mailed to :mc. James E. Bailey Sr. ;i990 Bracsvalley, Apt. 1.63 Houston, Texas 77035 During a rccen't trip to Costa Rica, I found former Society mcmbor Donald R. (continued on page 43) Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Approved For Release 29'~1'~~~G'~FA'~D~'~ 00357R0009000300~4-9 What to Wear at New Orleans Weather is Pleasant in November With Warm Days and Cool Evenings-Bring Comfortable Walking Shoes By Charles R. Carson The Society's New Orleans Conven- tion will be held in the season that New Orleans calls early Fall. No- vember 8 through 11 is in the period when our Summer humidity is over but the temperatures still call for general air conditioning. For the entire month of November the average maximum temperature is in the low 70s and the average min- imum temperature is in the low 50s. This means that you can still ex- pect to see some afternoons when the temperature will reach 80 degrees. Shirt sleeves will be comfortable on sunny days. We may have turned our heaters on at home but only to take the chill off during the night. Daytime clothing can be as informal as you want to make it. You will still see girls in shorts in the French Quarter, and it never gets cold enough here to discourage mini-skirts. There will be enough chill ir, the evening air to make a light wrap comfortable when out walking. All the good restaurants require men to wear coats and ties so the men have no problem with evening temperatures. Women's slack suits are now accepted in the better restaurants. An additional light wrap might add to your night time comfort. New Orleans is very broad minded about dress. You will see all extremes of dress in the French Quarter. The Fairmont Roosevelt Hotel is within walking distance of the French Quarter and the women will have many shops, art galleries and other places of interest that they can walk to see. So be sure to bring comfort- able walking shoes. The month of November gets very little rain by New Orleans standards. Our year round average is five inches a month, mostly in thunderstorms and hurricane season rains. November's average is three and one half inches. The Summer thunderstorms are gen- erally over and the hurricane season has ended. It is delightful weather, and daylight 11 hours a day. So - to use a local expression -come see. We believe you will enjoy it here. Kansas City Airport Inspected By Heart of America Chapter Members of the Heart of America Chapter met at the newly-constructed Kansas City International Airport for their monthly meeting on July 18, They inspected the many unusual features of the airport which will soon be the departure and arrival point for many world travelers. It is recognized as one of the largest and most modern airports in the world. It has one unique feature - no one will be required to walk more than a few feet from his parked car to the jet ramp. Costing more than $250 million to build, the air terminal is capable of handling any now known or designed aircraft. Experts believe Kansas City will become a port of entry for the United States, thus promoting the de- velopment of the "heartland of Amer- ica." Members on the inspection tour wex?e Chairman John Burge, Vice Chairman Bill Mangold, Ed Burke, Joseph Dodge, Stuart Hines, Jeff Knutson, Ed McKaskel, Barney Myers, Bob Quirk and Roger Walsh. JAMES F. T. GARNER, Secretary Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Ap'~roved For Release~~/19kpt~itl~-eR~2-003578000900030014-9 Open Horse at FBI Academy Acting Director ;Gray Invites 500 Society l~/Iembers To Visit New $2,000,000 Facility at Qualitico Sept. 23 Through the invitation of Acting? FBI Director L. Patrick Cray, e~ome 500 members of the Washington, D. C. Chapter and other Cla,pters in the Mid-Atlantic and 1Vew York regions are expected to visit the Bureau's new Academy facilities at Quantico, Vir- ginia on Saturday, Sept'~ember 23. The program begins at 11:15 The visitors will be welcomed by Assistant Director 'I'hor{ras J. Jenl~cins, foalowed by a briefir#g and small guided tours of the ~rew facilities. There also will be a hdt lunch and a firearms demonstration ! at the ranges across the road from t~e Acadenxy. The hot lunch will b .served in the new dining room at a j cost of 51.40 per person. Reservations for the tour must be made by Tuesday, September 19 with Chairman Paul Ertznger of the Washington, D. C. Cha~ter. He urges that they be made by telephone to 20:2-363-9203, either day or evening. [t is expected that several of the Society's national officer's will also at- texid the visitation :program. ACADEMY FOUNDED IN 1935 The new FBI National Academy has been termed a "University in Law Enforcement." l~tarted in July 1935, by the late FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, the Academy has trained thousands of law enforcement officers from all over tkce United States and foreign countries. With the gradua- tion of the 89th session of the Acad- emy last June 7; 1972, the total num- ber of graduates rose to 6,134, of whom 221 are from friendly foreign countries. Of the nearly 3,300 Acad- emy-trained officers still active in law enforcement, about 28 percent now hold top executive positions in their respective agencies. Their training has helped bring to realization law enforcement's greatest single asset: professional pridle. The new, modern FBI Academy nestles within a 79-acre tract of roll- ing, wooded Virginia countryside at the Quantico PJIarine Corps Base. Here last June 26, the 90th Session of the FBI. National Academy con- vened and the e;00-member class be- Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 i I I Appro~~pd For Release 2~(P~?`~%~~5"-~~~~1?00~~7R0009000300~4-9 FBI pistol range at Quantico, Virginia. Special Agents are hip shooiinq at seven yards at silhouette targets. gan the most intensive and complete training program that instructional experience and modern technology permit. 2,000 STUDENTS A YEAR The new FBI Academy is equipped to accommodate a number of law en- forcement training programs -from basic police skills to the most sophis- ticated applications of advanced tech- nology and innovative concepts in criminology. In addition to permitting 2,000 select officers - a tenfold in- crease over the previous number - to annually attend the 12-week FBI National Academy sessions, the cur- x?iculum and facilities enable another 1,000 otficers to yearly receive special- ized courses of shorter duration. The Academy also provides for the initial training of FBI Agent person- nel as well as the specialized in- service training they periodically re- ceive throughout their careers. The Academy also will be the setting for top-level conferences and seminars related to law enforcement problems. Construction of the new Academy began in June 1969 and its total cost is approximately $25,000,000. Tt in- cludes an Administration Building with a gross area of 11,586 square feet; a Learning Resource Center of 24,000 square feet; a Classroom Building of 105,400 square feet; a Physical Training Center with an area of 98,956 square feet; two Dorm- itories with a gross area of 78,372 square feet each; a Dining Facility of 120,800 square feet and a seating capacity of 350, and an Auditorium with a seating capacity of 1,000. The Academy curriculum has been organized into five instructional de- partments. These are: The Department of Management Science; the Department of Law; the Department of Behavioral Science; the Department of Forensic Science, and the Department of Education and Communication Arts. 23 CLASSROOMS The Academy has 23 classrooms, including 16 accommodating 50 stu- dents each. They have rear projec- tion screens and speaker systems con- trolled from the instructor's lectern. There also are four identification laboratories as well as 13 individual photographic darkrooms for special training in investigative photography, and two darkrooms for training in fingerprint identification photograply. Other special facilities include a mock-city classroom and a crime scene room where special law en- forcement situations are re-created to simulate as closely as possible .actual problems confronting the offiicer in investigating cases, conducting raids, making arrests and searching for evidence. (continued on page 6) Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Approved For Relea~e~p~0>.~1~1~pt@1i~-QRD~82-003578000900030014-9 --~-- i FBI Acac~ermy (continued from page 5) The twin seven-sto~y dormitories accommodate a maximum of 720 stu- dents in two-room suites. Fach e~uite houses four students, two to a room, and has a bath between each room. Another building houses a dining fa- cility, a snackbar, a tore for per- sonal articles and equipment, a bank, barbershop, and the indoor firearms range. THE ARMS RANGES sive weapons under conditions and in situations similar to those they might face in the performance of their du- ties. Students enrolled in the police training programs at the Academy are provided, at no cost to them, all meals, lodging, laundry and dry- cleaning, as well as necessary equip- ment and supplies connected with their training. Selection and nomination of appli- cants to attend police training pro- grams of the Academy are made by the heads of their agencies. Any law enforcement official interested in the Academy's programs should address his inquiry to i;he appropriate FBI field office covering his territory. Just beyond the dining facility are the famed FBI outdoor firearms ranges where officers eceive expert training in a wide vari ety of de:fen- k F. Meech (941-64) , was Fran sworn in on June 12 asl interim Siaer- iff of Lake County, )'+lorida, under appointment of Govern ~ r Reubin As- kew and Circuit Judge Troy Hall. He replaced Sheriff j illis V. Mc- Call who was suspended fxom office following his arrest ~n connection with the death of a prisoner held in the Lake County Jail; A jury on August 19 acquitted IYIcCall of the charge. Meech formerly was manager of safety and security of the ITT-Thomp- son Industries at Southfield, Michigan. FIc: retired from that post and he and his wife Moralin~e moved to Tavares, Florida where they built a new home. He had hardly become settled when he was summoned by Judge Hall and requested to take: the interim appoint- ment of Sheriff. It was understood he will serve the remainder of McCall's unexpired term until the end of the year. Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Meech N~med Ir>< Florida Jenkins FBI Assistant Director; Is In Charge of Training Division Acting FBI Director L. Patrick Gray III, has announced that Inspec- tor Thomas J. Jenkins, 60, the No. 1 man in the FBI's Training Division, had been designated Assistant Direc- tor in Charge of the Training Di- vision to fill the vacancy caused by the retirement of Assistant Director Joseph Casper. Jenkins, who has served 37 years with the FBI, is a native of Washington and is a George- town University law graduate. Gray advised that William M. Mooney, 48, who has been serving as Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Academy at Quantico, Virginia, has been named as Inspector and No. 1 ma.n in the Training Division to re- place Jenkins. Mooney has been with the FBI since 1951 and has served in supervisory capacity at FBI Head- quarters for the past 10 years. He is a graduate of St. John's University, received his Master's Degree from Catholic University, and has attended the Harvard School of Business Ad- ministration. Gray further announced that John B. Hotis, 41, who holds a Doctor of the Science of Law degree from Yale University, has been placed in charge of the FBI's academic program at the new FBI Academy at Quantico and has also been designated No. 2 man of the Training Division. Inspector Hotis is a native of New York and has been a supervisory of- ficial at FBI Headquarters since 1965. Tempe, Arizona X-Agents Eulogize Hoover The late FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover was eulogized by several Ari- zona Society members in an article in the Tempe Daily News shortly after the Bureau chief's death. Each offered a personal recollection of his association with Mr. Hoover and lauded his leadership and high personal integrity. Among those quoted in the article were John B. Duffy (1942-63) , chief of security at Arizona State Univers- ity; Judge E. W. (Mike) Halloran (1942-62), chief magistrate of the Tempe Municipal Court; Judge Rich- ard J. Hennessey (1941-51) , also of the Tempe Municipal Court; George L. Sheppard (1934-45), a CPA at Tempe; and I. Gayle Shuman (1961- 63) , director of housing at Arizona State University. Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Q~i.pxovQ.d Fnr RPlaac~'~ 1~7~~te~~rRll~~2-003578000900030014-9 ~onstitnt~ion meek Proclaimed i President Dence Urges .All to Mark 185th Anniversary of Greatest Docurnient of .Liberty in VG'orld History I __ Society President Walter E. Dence has proclaimed the period of. Septem- ber 17 to 23 as Constitution Week and has urged members ~ of the org~an- ization to pay special atitention to the Constitution of the U. ~. anal the ad- vantages of American citizenship. :President Dence has; joined vrith the Santa Ana, California Chapter of the: Daughters of the American FCev- olution and with DAR Chapters throughout the countryiin urging ob- servance of Constitution Week. a12rs. Elizabeth B. Brozowsky~, wife of So- ciety member William Brozowsky, of Orange, California, is ~Zegent of the Santa Ana Chapter an ~ Constituttion Week chairman. :Dente's proclamation follows ''`WHEREAS, Sept,emb r 17, 1.972 marks the 185th anniversary of the adoption of the Consti~tutian of the Uxiited States of Arneriga by the Con- stitutional Convention ij~ 1787; and "`WHEREAS, this Constitution gives Nominating Committee Named at Columbus Columbus Chapter C~Iairman Dan- iel W. Johnson named ja nominating committee to select a Islate of new officers at the luncheon] meeting held at the University Club; at Colum1nus. Ra.y Cunningham is hairman, as- sisted by Donald Colas rd and How- ard Amos. :Robert Kirkland was introduced as a new member. Others attending i Nebraska us our foundation for a free, prosper- ous, and independent life for every citizen, but each generation, in its time, must worl~ for and claim it, otherwise, through indifference and carelessness, the liberties and rights we have enjoyed may vanish; and "WHEREAS, the: independence gran- ted to the American people to enjoy such freedom anti liberty, unknown to any other country, should be honored and celebrated ley appropriate cere- monies and activities during Consti- tution Week, September 17 to 23, as designated ; "NOW, THERE]G'ORE, I, Walter E. Dente, President; of the Society of Former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Inc., do here- by proclaim the week of September 17-23, 1972 as Constitution Week, and urge all our members to pay special attention during that week to our Federal Constitution and the advan- tages of American Citizenship." were Ray Cunningham, Okey Roush, Donald Colasurd, Don Cook, Edward Hughes, Earl Merwin, Robert Jack, Howard Amos, I~;arold Wonnell, Clar- ence Swearingen, Knowlton Good, Jack Klise, Richard Riggs, Donald Rathbun, Ed Mason, Charles Wenner, Stan VanBuran, Stephen M. Miller and Daniel Johnson. STEPHEN IVI. MILLER, Secretary Chapi~er elects New Officers IVew officers of the Nebraska Chap- ter were elected at the rYtonthly lunch- eon meeting on August! 8 at Bishop's Cafeteria, 1414 Llouglas Street, Omaha. 'They are: James $L. McGreevy, Chairman; Clement B. Pedersen, Se,c- rotary, and Al Frie, Treasurer. Present at the meeting were Al Frio, Robert A. Frink, Leonard P. Kurtz, Larry J. Phipps, Jack N. Wil- liams, Clement B. Pedersen, John Clark and Jim 1V[cGreevy. Jirvi :;VIcGREEVY, Secretary Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 McNAMARA HONORED AT BOSTON TESTIMONIAL-Edmund L. McNamara, outgoing Boston Police Commissioner and now president of Ogden Security Inc., 9s awarded cita- tion on behalf of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce by former Mayor John F. Collins, now president of the Chamber of Commerce on the occasion of a reception and dinner honoring Ed on the completion of 10 year's as Boston's Police Commissioner. McNamara is a former Regional Vice President of the Northeast area of the Society. McNamara Leaves Boston Police Post to Head Ogden Security After fulfilling his second five-year term as Police Commissioner for the City of Boston, Edmund I. McNamara has become president of Ogden Se- curity Inc., a nationwide total security organization which is a subsidiary of the Ogden Corporation. Ogden Security offers a complete range of services in the security, law enforcement, and management con- sulting areas and serves business, in- dustry, institutions, government and the professions. Although the home office of Ogden Security will be in Boston, its operations will be on a national and, international scope. The company is staffed principally by Former Agents and municipal police officials. Ogden recently purchased the Suffolk Downs Race Track. On June 28, a reception and dinner in honor of Ed McNamara was held in the ballroom of the Stotler Hilton Hotel in Boston which was attended by over 1,000 friends and well-wishers. In 1962 McNamara was the first home-rule Police Commissioner ap- pointed to serve this city in more than 85 years and the first ever to have prior law enforcement exper- ience, having previously served as a Special Agent in the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Under his direction the Boston Police Department was re- organized following public criticism of its administration in the early 1960s. A native of Boston, Commissioner McNamara attended Clinton, Mass. High School, and graduated from holy Cross College, Worcester, Mass., in 1943, where he was a member of the varsity football team. He served as a Lieutenant in the Navy during World War II. He was a PT boat commander, and won the Silver Star. After the war, he played profes- sional football for the New York Giants and the Pittsburgh Steelers before he joined the FBI in 1946. Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Approved For Relea$6r2rQ@12/Q~~pteR~2-003578000900030014-9 WPi1TING TO GREET YOU AT NEW ORLEANS-New Orleans Convention Chairman Robert R. Rainold and his fife Miriam have extended a special invitation to all Society me;.nbers to be gresent for! the great program arranged by the New Orleans Chapter for the organization's 19th !annual meeting November $ to 12. Bob and Miriam, who directed the third annual convention in. 1956? advise chat the upcoming meetings at the Fairmont Roosevelt Hotel w~ll be the greatest yet with an attendance of more than 1,200. C-onwentio~ ~it~y of New C)rleans Has IitsOwn Special Language 7.'o visit New Orleans; properly one should first learn some! of the Lan- guage spoken there, sayys Robert R. Rainold, general chairmhn of the So- ciety Convention there bn November 8 to 11. Everyday English is spiced with a great many words which have been absorbed out of the city's cultural heritage of French, Spanish and African influences. They are helpful words anal some of them Bob passes aloiag to ,you with their definitions. Creole: Spanish corio~lo, native to the locality. Descendlent pf the French or Spanish settlers of Louisiana. As an adjective, applied to 'various local iterns such as food, vegetables, archi- tecl;ure. Banquette: French ba7hg2cette, aloes bench. A sidewalk, so called because the early wooden sidewalks were ele- vated above the muddy streets. Etayou: Choctaw 13ayzck, river ar creek. A sluggish stream having its rise in the overflow of a river or the drainage of a marsh. Beignet: French, a fritter. The square doughnuts,, sans holes, served with cafe au laic at the city's French Market. Cafe au lait : French, coffee pre- pared with hot milk. Cafe brulot: French brulant, burn- ing, hot. A festive drink of coffee, spices, orange peel and burning brandy. Cajun: Corruption of "Acadian." Descendents of the early Acadian settlers of Louisiana. Mardi Gras: French, Fat Tuesday. Shrove Tuesday, last day of the Carn- ival season. Celebrated with elaborate parades and streE;t festivities. Vieux Carre: French, old square. The original walled city of New Or- leans. The French Quarter bounded by Canal Street, North Rampart Street, Esplanade Avenue and the Mississippi River. Approved For Relea$e 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Approved For Release 20fff~f'6~'/~~5~~"~p~~nss~Rnnnannnsnn~~a_g Coulthard is Killed When Bomb Wrecks His Automobile in Garage at Las Vegas G. William Coulthard (1939-45) , a widely known attorney at Las Vegas, Nevada, was killed on July 25 when a bomb demolished his car shortly af- ter he left his downtown office. He was 56. The explosion occurred on the third floor of the Bank of Nevada Building which is used as a parking garage. Coulthard had his law offices on the fifth floor and was seen in the eleva- tor moments earlier. The force of the blast blew a hole in the concrete floor and damaged five other cars. ' A native of Mondale, Iowa, Mr. Coulthard obtained his law degree at the University of Iowa and was ad- mitted to the bar in that State in 1939. He served as a Special Agent of the FBI in Las Vegas from 1939 to 1945 and was admitted to the Ne- vada bar in 1946. Mr. Coulthard was an assistant city attorney in Las Vegas from 1947 to 1948, a member of the State Board of Bar Examiners from 1948 to 1951, and was a former president of the State and Clark County Bar Associa- tions. He was a State Assemblyman from 1951 to 1954 and served as Speaker pro-tem of the Nevada Legislature in 1953. Federal bomb experts were called in to investigate the explosion. Las Vegas police said that two to four sticks of dynamite were apparently placed beneath the vehicle. The blast destroyed nearby cars and damaged 20 others on the third floor of the garage. No apparent motive for the slaying could be determined, police said. Heiner on the Mend From Shooting Injury Chapter Chairman Chick Heiner presided at the meeting of the Rich- mond, Virginia Chapter on May 4 at the Bull and Bear Club in Richmond. He was in the hospital for several weeks as a x?esult of a shooting inci- dent at the Federal Reserve Bank in Richmond. His arm is improving and he hopes to return to work in the reasonably near future. A committee was appointed to plan a Summer outing at which the wives of members will be guests. Attending the luncheon meeting were Dick Brennan, Bernard Gill, Luther Glass, Paul Hansen, Chick Heiner, Harry McCarthy, Jim Moran, Bob Powell, Ed Robbins, Pucky Smith, John Wagner and Jack Wil- moth. HARRY L. MCCARTHY, Seeretar~ Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 A~~roved For Relea ~2'1041~4~R1~~2-003578000900030014-9 Foundation Contribi~.tions The following x?eports cover receipts by the Former Agent of the :FBI Foundation up to July ~ 25, 1972, and list individual and C~lapter contri- butions not previously announced (lur- ing the current fiscal ~ year of the Savage, Charles B. :ichildeclter, I'ranlc Towns- end. Frank Johnstone, given by Nell K. John- stone. Lois Kramer, given by Marie and Alvin Dewey, Duane Traynor. Bon H. McElreath, given by William H. Lawrence. Elmer M. Templeton, given by Mr. and Society. i Mrs. Sherard E. Callahan. James Lester Welch and Larry Joe Welch, Previously Announced ..... ~ ...... $42, 6~D 5.99 given by Myron H. McBryde. Edwin R. Woodriffe, given by Edward Individual Members of Chapters Logan Hilh 94: Members Chicago .......j...... 1.88.00 Chapter Memorials 27 Mcmbera Minnesota ..... ~...... 387.00 J, Edgar Hoover, given by Arkansas Chap- ME;morials to members John T. Allmon, Harold W. 20 Members ...... ' ' ' ~ ~ ' ' ' ' ' ~' ' ' 41ii.U0 Brueggeman, J. R. Calhoun, Lynn Davis, Hal C. Douglas, Lindsc~y Ilatchett, D. S. IIos- Cb.apter Memorials i tettm?, John H. Lupton, Dean R. Morley, Ar- John L Pope Jr Taylor IL Roberts Cincinnati ~ ..... 26.00 . ., . , thw? L Rogers Jr James M Roy John R Nashville ..................j...... '0.00 ' . ., . , . Russell Douglas O Smith Charles Stanley, New Mexico .............. 1 ..... , 20.00 , . , A. E Townsend Jr. C. Frank Williamson New JersaY ............... ~...... 2,i J)0 . , , Henry Woods. ?J. Edgar Hoover given by Indiana Chap- 125.00 , ter members George Asdell Robert Brannon Cha ter Memorials b' I - P .P , , Max Bratton, Lawrence E. Brown, Charles Individual Contributors ' I{. Gorbctt, Donald llurfee, Thomas Everson, Allan Gillios William Haxvcy, Barton Hahn xfi Members Arkansas .. ...... 1 7 ~ OU , , lludley Hm?th Calvin Howard Dixie I-Iowell 31 Members Indianapolis ... ~ ...... 62.00 , , , Vi~rn IIuflman Charles D John- Guy Inman 1`2 Members South Carolina I ...... 7:i,00 . , , son Edward George Kowalczyk Knactzer lR Members Palm Beach .. i .. , .. 27,pp , , . , Robert Lewis Harald Miller James Nea Cle 35 Members Southwest Florida ... I ;S,Op .,7,~ 00 , . , , .lohn Newby, Gene IV[. Norris, Robert O'I{acfe, Irvin F{. Owen, I{enncth Pettijohn, Ih?ed Rocsener, Donald li'.ogers, John Smock, Art $ummaiy Thurston, William Williamson. 1 120 Members Contributed ~ . .. , 840.28 9 J. Edgar Hoover, given by Cincinnati , ?ibuted X81 Chapter Members Cont , 9D:>.00 Chapter. ~ x03 Members Contributed J. Edgar Hoover, given by South Carolina Memorials ... .. ' ...... 327.50 3 Chapter members Wade H. Al1eY, W. Hershel ... . .. 2'Lfi Chapter Members , Cavcr, Phriness E. Cos, Harold O. Fortson, Contributed Memorials .. ~ ...... 522.00 ___ _ __ Don C. Morrell, Clifxord A. Moyer, S. Pettit, Walter C. Robinson, Wilmer L. 'Phompson. 1,920 Members ............~...... $]4,G94.73 J? Edgar Hoovex?, given by Nashville Chap- .~ .... ll Chapters .. . . 1 901.'26 ter. ... .. . .. .. 31 Chapters-Memorials ....~, ..... , 817.00 Wirt R. Jones, given by Ncw Mexico Outside Contributions ..... ~ ...... ' 27,080.00 --_--______ Chaptex?. Oliver Ke11y, given by New Jersey Chapter. ___.__._ i $49 ;iD2 99 James L. Kirkland, given by Palm 13cach Chapter members John W. Bellamy, Herbert Foundation Contributors T.. D. D~ono.ghua, Jaynes T. Duggan, .Ellen R'. hrci, Gordon Grantham, xchard Hos~tcny, Phillip Livingston, Rxxlph .L~ Recor, H, Eu- gene Wilson. j Memorials Virginia Dennis, given b~ Mr. and Mrs. James F. Tanner. Thomas lIeffcrnan, givcn~ by Betty and ]3ob Erskine. J, Edgar IIoover, i;~iven ~ by George W. 1?roger Jr., C. Howard Gla{lden, Charles I-I. Gx?ay, Hughcn G. IIalliburto Arlin E. Jones, Leonard I'. Km?tz, Donald Murgan, John T. O'Connell, David K. Rankin, John W. B. Burgess Jc, James Arnold Carter, Ru- dolph F. Cassens, Robert J. Conroy, Robex?t L. Haney, Harold I. Hclgessan, Frederick H. Hope, Thomas J. Hurlay Jr., Pierre A. Lar- rnoyeux, Hugh MacMillan, Martin A. Manley, Donald R. Morris, R'illiam L. Parker, Finis I. Parrish, Harx?y 1V. Stewart .L r., Douglass E. Wendel, Robert Wiseman. Lec H. Seward, given by Southwest Florida f'hapter members Allan I'. Decker, Otho A. Ezell, George W. Hall, S. Herman Horton, Edward R. I{eblusek, Thomas J. McAndrews, John M. Matter, Jahn G. Mertz, William J. Miller, Ralph W. Mills, Roy D. Simpson, David C. Spingler, ~3eorge FI. Treadwcll. Edwin R. Woodriffe, given by Edward Lo- gan Hill. SAC Loeltterle is Las SAC Vern Loetterle of the Las Vegas FBI Office repo~?ted on latest happenings within the bureau at the luncheon meeting of t~1e Las Vegas Chapter at the Desert ~ Inn Hotel on July 11. Vegas Speaker The next meeting of the Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Approved For Release 2~Q~19~'/'f4-S~fi~C'-'~P~>~~200357R0009000300~~4-9 Gillen and Allen Are Elected Nezv Of~icers of Fidelifacts At a meeting of the board of di- rectors of Fidelifacts Inc., the inter- national network owned and operated by former Agents and Society mem- bers, which franchises qualified in- vestigators to use the name Fideli- facts, Vincent Gillen of New York and West Hempstead, L. I., was elected president, and Charles B. Al- len of Boston and Norwood, Massa- chusetts, was elected treasurer. Allen operates the Fidelifacts franchise in Boston, and Gillen the franchise in the metropolitan New York area. Gillen announced that five new franchises were awarded within the past several months and that nego- tiations are pending with several qualified investigators in v a r i o u s parts of the world. He said that there are still some metropolitan areas where there is a real need fora Fi- delifacts type franchise office opera- tion and that the Executive Director of Fidelifacts Inc. will be glad to receive inquiries from Society mem- bers and other qualified investigators at 152 Ivy Street, West Hempstead, New York 11552. Springfield Urged to Support Foundation; Chapter to Attend Football Game Sept. 23 Chairman Duane L. Traynor gave a report on the North Central Re- gional Conference held at Minneapolis at the meeting of the Springfield, Illinois Chapter on July 10 at the Elks Club. He pointed out that the Chapter is delinquent in not suppox?t- ing the Former Agents of the FBI Foundation to the extent that it should. He urged all members to con- tribute to the Foundation each year. After discussion, it was decided to omit the Chapter picnic this year. Gene Irvin reported that he has re- served 20 tickets for the Illini- Southern California football game on September 23. It will be preceded by a luncheon in the Colonial Room of the Illini Union Building. Attending the meeting were R. C. Anderson, Harold Bruniga, William K. Cavanagh, Manley Hawks, Clem Hood, Richard N. Hosteny, Eugene Irvin, Clarence S. Nold, Kuno R. Schroeder, John F. Tharp, Duane L. Traynor and guest Jim Moreland. Jofirr F. T.TIARP, Secretary Arthur C. Larson of Omaha is Married To Mrs. E. V. Kadell in Arkansas Rites Arthur C. Larson (1941-G5) , of 318 South 51st Avenue, Omaha, Ne- braska, and Mrs. E. V. Kadell of Hardy, Arkansas, a former resident of Omaha, were mat~ried on August 1. The ceremony wa.s performed at St. Michael's Church, West Memphis, Arkansas by the Rev. Alvin Trublow- ski. The bride was attended by her daughter, Mrs. Charles Berrey of Allentown, Pa. as matron of honor. John A. Larson of Canoga Park, California, was best man for his father. Larson is vice president of the es- tate and trust division of the Omaha National Bank, and chairman of the Omaha-Douglas County Committee for Justice. During his FBI career, he served at one time as an admin- istrative assistant on the staff of the late FBI Director J. Edgax? Hoover. Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 A~~roved For ReleaslB~~~EdprP82-003578000900030014-9 __ , 11'Iembers~ip Directory .Addenda In the new Directory undext aphabetical list- ings you changed my emplo}~ment from Drug Inspector to Private Investigator, leaving off the name of the Alabama ;State Board of Pharmacy. Under the :affiliating listings, you left out the name of the; Alabama :itate Board of Pharmacy or showing me as being affiliated with the State Board. I can't un- derstand this since I have sepxt in no changes since I have been a member. Incidentally, the business address of the !State Board has now been changed from 1300 !Arlington Street, Mobile, to Secretary. P. O. Drawer P, Cull- man, Alabama 35056. Dudley F, Pee~er Birminghx:m, labama My position at Bristol Lelboratories, Syra- cuse, N. Y. is Security Officer, not Oil Op- erator, as listed in the new 0.972 :Membexship Directory. If you are going to print a list of corrections, would you pldase handle mine. Peter G. Roth i Jr. It was good to get the ].972 Membership Directory. Naturally, t:he first thing I did as I'm sure everyone else did, was to look myself up. My listing; in !the alphabetical section is perfect but in the gcograplhical section the whole Short IIilts, N. J. section has been omitted. The last ircctory showed about 12 X-Agents here. Al o I was not; in- cluded in the affiliation sec, ion under Con- sultant or Management Con$ultant. N. J. L. Piep~+r 14 Midhurst Rpad Short IIilts, New Jersey 07078 114y name was omitted in !the gcograplhical section of the new Membersl?ip Directory un- der Chattanooga, Tennessce.l I have found this listing' to be very hcl~ful in the 7past. Harry B. Murdock Chattanooga Ix{vestigative Service 2018 Hickory alley Road Chattanooga, ,ennessee 37421. Having just received my long-awaited 14Iem- bership Directory, I was sorgy to note it did not reflect my present position which you published over 18 months a o in Thu Grape- vine. For your records my correct residence is 8000 12th Avenue South,. St. Fetcrsliwrg?, Florida 33707. My title i? Administrator, Pulolic Safety Agency. J. P. Morgan jTr. I recently received my copy of the i4[em- bership Directory and find that I have not been included in the Geographical listings. I am not the only one left~out of this sec- tion. A casual check revedled that several friends of mine in Florida were also ]eft out, narnely: John Mertz of Punta Gorda; S. Ws.rren Marshall of Alt;amon~e Springs; Rich- ard Millen of Attamont:c Sprmg?s; James V. Blaine of Umatilla, and Will~am W. Wood of Venice. After atwo-year writ, it would :>eern that the publisher should lSave produced a moire accurate Directm?y ford us. George I'.. Mes'nig 1616 Bunker Dill Drive Sun City Center, Fla. 33570 I have nothing but hard duck in the geo- graphical section of the Membership Direc- tory. In the 1970 Directory I WAS listed under both Tucson and Tusson. There is no Tuscon. It's spelled 7.'ucso~x. However? in the 1972 Directory gcograplhical section you have dropped me com)aletely bixt I do see that you have two 7Cucson listings, with only one member in the second one. I do think such errors and mistakes can be avoided. I have not been receiving The Grapevine nor did I receive a copy of the new Mem- bership Directory. I looked at another mem- ber's copy of the Directory and on page 97 my name, occupation and address is correct except that I live in Pox?t Republic, Maryland, not Missouri as the Directory has printed it. Also, I am not listed in the geographic or affiliation sections at all. Albert Jerome McGrath III Strathimoor Hall Port ]Lepublic, Maryland The alphabetical section of the new Dix?ec_ tort' lists me as Attorney-Counselor. I would be happy if my occupation were just that but I should be listed as Retired. I am not listed at all in the geographical section un- der St. Petersburg, :Florida or St. Petersburg? Beach. I sent in my correct occupation to New Yox?k City but the correction was not made. Kyle Pd. McPhail St. Petersburg, Florida 33736 I have been a member for over two years but I looked in vain for my name in the 1972 Membership Directory. George. G. McKenna (1941-68) Chairman, Police Science Dept. State 'University yof New Ym?k Farmingdale, New York The new Membership Directory on page 97 has a grave error in my address. It lists my address as Port Washington, N. Y, and my occupation as assist:4nt dean and director of admissions at "Gordham" University Law School, Detective Bureau, 1321 West Newton, New York, Massachusetts 10023. I am not listed at all in the geographical section. For your information my correct listing should read as follows: Thomas L. McEnaney (1950- 70), 83 Fairway Drive, West Newton, Massa- chusetts 02165 ; business, Detective Bureau, Newton, Mass. Police Department. Thomas L, McEnaney My name is not included in the geograph- ical sectimx of the new Directory. Stephen L. Halpin Hurricane Hill Warrensburg, Missouri 64093 In the geographical listing of the new Membership Directory my name is omitted on page 187 under "West Virginia-Charles- ton." As far as I am concerned, this is the most important place for inclusion. I am at a loss to understand. the omission. Robert G. Kelly 1601 Kanawha Valley Building Charleston, West Virginia 25322 I notice that the Membership Directory Committee has incorrectly listed my address. Please correct your records so that the next Directory will show my address as follows: Residence, 423 Bellafsio Terrace, Los Angeles, California 90049 ; Bu=.iiness, 445 South Figueroa Street, Suite 1700, L,os Angeles, Calif. 90017 ; Attorney at Law. Ear] Hightower Please refer to pa~?e 184 of the geographical section of the. new Directory. My name does not appear with ol:hcr X-Agents living in Muskogee, Oklahoma. If you do Publish amended pages or supplements as you have Approved For Relea~e 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 I I Approved For Release 2(Sd~'R~1'~S~i~i"-1~fSP~?00357R000A000~00~4-9 NEWARK FBl SOFTBALL TEAM-Parry D. Sorensen of Salt Lake City sent in this photo of the softball team of the Newark, New Jersey FBI Office taken in the Summer of 1944. He identifies SAC S. K. McKee in the center of the second row but has not listed the names of others on the team. Can anyone else supply the complete list of team members? in the past, I would certainly appreciate a correction. It may be that you may want to publish this in The Grapevine. The Di- rectory has in the past proven most valuable to me inasmuch as I have confined my in- vestigative work to a very selective and special category. I served in the Bureau for nearly 30 years, much of that time in the Fingerprint and Identification Division. Much of my work has come unsolicited .from X- Ag?ents who have referred to the Directory and learn I am located in Eastern Oklahoma. Robert O. French 706 Edmond Street Muskogee, Oklahoma 74401 I have just received the new Membership Directory and I note that contrary to the information I sent, they have used an old listing which is entirely wrong. My t?esidencc is 1445 Second Street, New Orleans, Louisi- ana 70130, and my business is Foley Judcll Beclc Bewley and Landwehr, Attorneys at Law, Suite 2313, 225 Baronne Street, New Orleans, I.a. 70112. When you put out a supplement to the Directory, I would ap- preciate seeing that the above information is used. FIarold B. Judcll I note my listing on page 17 of the new Membership Directory merely lists me as a member. I was formerly identified as an Attorney at Law, and sec no advantage in this new liatfng other than the fact that my office address is indicated. Please attend to a correction to include my professional identity in futw?e issues. Richard E. Burke 950 Highway 35 Middletown, New Jersey 07748 The arrival of the new Directory called my attention to the fact that I had not given you my new office address which is 1515 Doctors Court, tiitatertown, Wisconsin. We have been in the new office for a year and a half and outside my six windows, 10 feet ft?om my chair, I can observe a family of gophers, a rabbit and a wren, all of which g?ivc me a perfect environment. Bernard J. Traeger I was neglectful in updating my listing? in tha Directory. My position title has changed and is now President, National Business In- vestments Inc., and Assistant to the President of Denny's Restaurants Inc. John H. Grant 405G Skyline Drive Carlsbad, California 92008 I am disappointed theft my name and classification have been omitted under the geographical listing of the new Membership Directory. This is detrimental to me in that X-Agents desiring? to contact an investigator in the Salinas area will not have access to the information that there is an X-Agent here. I hope that I will be included in the geographical portion of the Directory in the next issue. Jack Hughes General Investigative Scrvicc of California 749 College Drive Salinas, California 93901 My affiliation as shown in the new Di- rectory is: Sowell and Harden, 2550 Bank of Georgia Building, Atlanta, Georgia 30303. The correct afRliation is Alexander Grant & Com- pany, same address. Our firm of Sowell & Harden merged into the Grant Company on September 1, 1968. Waldo Sowell It is my understanding that a supplement to the Directory is being prepared to correct mistakes in listings. (continued on page 16) Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 A~?roved For Relea~B~Aa/-'G4ar~uihAe,Ri~82-003578000900030014-9 Membership .Directory Addenda (continued from Rage 15) My listing is incorrect t}s it shows two business addresses. That ofi "420 Lexington Avenue," should be eliminated. Also, p:ieasc elinninate "Director of Security, Republican National Committee, 4G'ashington, D. C." I have not been connected with the Committee this; year and do not intend to be in the future. John J. Ragan 86 Beach Roac Massapequa, ew York 11758 I'm listed on page 46 of the Directory, but my business is not with tandard Oil of Ohio. I'm self employycd nd I own and operate my own public accou'~ting ofRce. The fox?mer Dix?ectory indicated my correct business connection and employment. G. A. fcxbcr 981 Poli Stree. Ventura, Califgrnia F']case noto a change of any business ad- dress from 402 Tx?ustco Bu ]ding, Honolulu, to 906 financial Plaza of t1~e Pacific, Hono- lulu, Hawaii 96813. y J. Harold Hugytes 7.`he Directory does not lift me as a mem- ber in either of the listing' alphabetical or State, Is there any rca~on for this? It was my understanding that lunless a ch;xnge of address was submitted tot the Society, the. peevious listing would be used. William H. W~taley 6 West Druid Hills Dr., N.E. Atlanta, Gcorg~a 30329 I received the 1972 .Mem~crship Dix?ectory and was very sorry to not. that my name and. the city oP Pocatello, Id~ho were deleted from the geographical listi g. This listing has been valuable to me as' being a private investigator I have had nuhierous rcfcr?rals from Society members and it was obvious they had checked the geographical section For someone who could be of ~ assistance. Even though I am semi-x?etirod I jam available to render assistance to Socict~ members who have matters in this arcaj m which they coaed use my services. J. Eugene 5ch~ib Chairman j Montana-Idaho I Chapter I received the new ~Memb Srship Directory. Please correct my residence ~addreas to '7321 Sycamore St., New Orleans, Louisiana 70118. Milton R. Kaa~k I like th.e new Directory but was disap- pointed to discover my namy missing in the gco graphical section. L. L. (Jests) 11'~eunier Myrtle Beach, south Carolina i In the next edition ol.` the 'Membership Di- rectory, my address should {re listed as fol- lows: Residence, P. O, Bojc 425, Goodsell Ilill Road, Georgetown, Connecticut 06'729 ; Business, .John Bartlett Ipvestments, 200 Park Avenue, Suite 256, New York, N. Y. 10017. John R. Bartlett Jr. There is no geographical !listing #or the City of Santa Rosa under t}Xe State of Cali- fornia. Merle R. Adams ~.nd William B. Dillon both reside in Santa Rosa, a city of over 50,000 population. This; omission makes it difficult for a member to' identify an X- Agent in the Santa Rosa area who may be called upon for assistance. Santa Rosa is the county scat of Sonoma County. I hope this omission will be corrected. William B. Dillon 2400 'Yulupa Avenue Santa Rosa, California My listing in the new Membership Directory is incorrect. It shou.fd read as follows: Robert E. Cook, Residence, 2500 East Wood Place, Shorewood, Wisconsin 53211 ; Business, Cook & Franke S.C., 660 East Mason Street, Mil- waukee, Wis. 53202. Robert; E. Cools My business address is improperly listed in the new I4Icmbership Directorry, It should road: McDonnell Douglas Electronics Com- pany, Box 426, St. Charles, Missouri 6330]., In the new Directory it is listed as Con- ductron Corporation, Conductron, Missouri. Conductron Corpm~ation was purchased by McDonnell Douglas in April 1971 and its mailing address is St. Charles, and not Con- ductron, Mo. Sohn :Dl. Kennedy Please correct your records to show my residence address as 13 Washington Square North, New Ymk, t1. Y. 10003. The address was listed incorrectly in the 1972 Member- ship Directory. Theodore G. Kirschner I retired in 1969, my name was omitted in the 1970 Directory, so I was quite disap- pointed to find that, I had not been listed in the Geographical section of the new Mem- borship Directory. I am in business, self-employed, from my residence, and I am sure I so indicated this to the Society when I joined. I have learned, to my dismay, that failure to be listed, both alphabetically and geographically, has cost me considerable business from other members. Notably, at Atlanta last year, a member told me that he had referred a lucrative piece of business in New Hampshire to a Massachu- setts agency bccausu no one was listed in the Directory who did investigative work; that is, in New Hampshire. You may state that the Directory is fm? personal use only, or is a personal directory; yet, the listing only of those in business in the Geographical section, makes it, in my opinion, a business directory. I hope some way can be found to correct this omission. Samuel. T. Rocdcll b Grand View Avenue Concord, New Hampshire 03301 The information ] submitted in late Oc- tober, 1971 conccrniing a change in employ- ment did not make r.he 1972 Membership Di- rectory. My residence address was listed at 27501 Rainbow Ridge Road, Parkvillc, Palos Verdes Peninsula, California 90274. The word Parkvillc should be deleted. My business affiliation is: Ernest W. Hahn Inc., 2311 W. EI Segundo Boulevard, Hawthorne, California 90250. My position is that of Project Co- ordinator of the Development Division. Jack C'?. Spencer Effective August 23, my home address was changed to 4200 Ravenhurst Circle, Glen Arm, Maryland 21057. There is no change in the information pertaining to my business affilia- tion. Kent C. Hauver Area Manager Wackeinhut Corporation Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Photo from New Orleans Tourist Commission THE CHARM OF NEW ORLEANS-The delicate iron lacework on buildings in the French Quarter helps to give New Orleans its charming atmosphere. The city is famous for its unique Creole cuisine, Dixieland Jazz which is played in dozens of night clubs on Bourbon Street, and for antebellum homes of the pre-Civil War period. After reviewing; the. new ]972 Directory, and finding that I (and Dave Maas) had been eliminated from those residing on St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, I decided Co move. Did the compilers of the Directory anticipate this? Imagine my chagrin to discover that my choice for a new location, Hilton Head Is- land,~is not even listed in the South Car- olina division of the geographical section 1 Obviously my attempt to escape obscurity failed. I am certain, without consulting them, that other distinguished members of the Society residing on Hilton Head Island (AI Means and Zaclc VanLandingham) subscribe to my petition that future issues of the Directory recognize the existence of this beautiful, rapidly-developing community. Since Hilton Head does attract a growing number of Society members, especially the golfers, it will be a service to them to provide the in- formation that former associates reside there. Please note my chanR'e of address on the en- closed form. Alvin C. Schlen{ccr P. O, Box 5577 Hilton Head, S. C. 29928 I was omitted entirely from the 1.970 Di- rectory. This year in the alphabetical sec- tion I am listed as residing? in Waldosta, Ga. instead of Valdosta, Ga. and I am omitted entirely from the Geographical Section. Maybe you don't realize how serious this error is but since this has occurred I have not received any request for investigative work. Harry M. Davis 406 Gornto Road Valdosta, Georgia 31601 To correct the information in the new Di- r~ectory, Plcasc list my residence at 6225 29th Avenue North, St. Petersburg, P']orida, and my business address as P. O. 13ox 18303, 'Camps, Florida, and my title as vice pres- ident and manager of branches of Molton, Allen & Williams Inc. This is a mortgage banking firm. Leo M. Nagle Williams Back in Dallas Nashville Chapter member Ira Wil- liams advises that he has left his position as director of the Metro Ad- ministration of Justice P l a n n i n g Agency and has returned to his for- mer home base, Dallas, Texas. There he will once again become an active member of the Dallas Chapter. Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 A~roved For ReleasI~~dptR1~P$2-003578000900030014-9 S'an Francisco and Palo 141to .Hold Cornbin~~d Dinner Meeting .4 combined meeting of the Palo Alto and San Francisco~Cha;pters'was held May 18 at Ricltey'~ Hyatt House ai; Palo Alto. Dick Romanski, 'Vice, Chairman of the San Francisco Chzipter, gave a report of the non-deno inational me- morial service for J. ~dgar Hoover at St. Mary's Cathedrals in San Fran- cisco on May 10 at which Palo Ahto Chapter member Alan (Belmont, .for- mer Assistant to the (Director, de- livered the eulogy. ]?alo Alto member (Dick Wright showed two interestin~? films. The first was entitled, `f The Dragon Wagon," which depictedia new vehicle Lockheed Missiles and I Space Com- pany is producing, kn~wn as "'.Phe Twister." 7Che second film was on National Security and was entitled, "The Quiet War." Both films were greatly en- joyed by the audience. Present were Evelyn and Fred Armstrong, Lillian and Dan Bryan, Billy Charlton, Jean and Tom Conry, Bertha and Eddie Dornlas, Elsie and Bill Hurley, Dorothy and Irv Klein- man, Beverly and Matt Lightbody, Nan and Don Maier, MaryBeth and Don Morris, Marshall Mowrey, Bar- bara and Tom Murray, Betty and Ray Quinn, Jeanne and Bob Rock- well, Carmel and Dick Romanski, Phil Schiederznayer, ]VIyrl and Hal Wel- born, and Dick S~Vright. Guests were Kay and Ed Waters, guests of Mary Beth and Don 117orris, and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Murray, parents of Tom Murray, who were visiting from New Fork. ROBERT A.. REDDEN, Secretary San Diego ~ Hos~te Golf Tourney For 3 I So. (~alifornia Chapters 7Che San Diego Cha{xter held its second annual golf tou' rney at the Coronado Golf Course i on July 1. Taking part also were; members of the Orange County and. Los Angeles Chapters, along withh SAC Rex der and Specia] Agents 'Don Slattum, Henry Tenorio and ~insulccr Title Insurance Company J. H. Boos (1950-54)~ president of Peninsular Title In:aura}~ce Company, wii;h executive offices at 17 S.E. Third Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is directing Peninsular's Qbservance of its 10th anniversary. ]?eninsular Title has ~gency repre- sentation not only in ~ Florida, but also in Georgia, N o rat h Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi and the Commonwealt~r of Puerto Riro. A member of the Mc~VIillen Graup, and a wholly-owned subsidiary of ,Peninsular Life Insurance Company of Jacksonville, the firm; began opera- tions in January 1962 iri Jacksonville ]?eninsular Title ]has ~Zeen accepted by major investors, suclx as Gulf I.,ife In::urance Company, Px!udential Life Insurance Company, Equitable Life Assurance Society, Northwestern 1JIu- tual Life Insurance Company, and the: Federal National ItIortgage .As- sociation. PTIC's as~aets are J. ii. Boos ing $5 million aa> the firm begins its second decade. The Fort Lauderdale staff, in ad- dition to Boos (1950-54) , includes two other :X-Agents, B. L. Damron (1929-54) , and Robert K. Lewis (1950-71). I Traveling Priors on 'Trip to Mideast and India Che traveling Leon Priors of Miami Beach, Florida are on tltie road again! Dr. Prior, who is a ~ professor at Dade County Collei;e, end his wife, Dione, two years ago were in Russia and several months layer spent six months in South Africa and other countries on the Africa ~ continent. ]:n a note dated May 26 to Society headquarters, they reporlted they were then in India. "We are }raving a very successful travel si;udy' leave," they advised. "Have been on the road for five weeks in Morocco, Tunis, Tur- key, Iran and the pas 10 days in India. We learned of the death of Mr. Hoover three or fo r days after i+, occurred when we ar rued at Mar- rek.esh after having bee out of touch in the Atlas Mountain for several days. His death is a sad and grievous loss to all of us and the people of the: U. S. Both of us felt great s~or- row upon receiving the news of his passing. We leave here tomorrow for Ceylon." NOTE FROM: POLKINHORN In a letter to ithe Grapevine which appeared in the :February 1972 issue, Winston C. Ingman of Seattle, Wash- ington reported the 30th reunion din- ner in Honolulu ion December 7, 1971 of the Honolulu FBI personnel on duty at the time of the Pearl Harbor attack. He listed John H. Polkinhorn as being now deceased. Polkinhorn (1937-62), of Washing- ton, D. C., wants it known that the reports of his demise are greatly ex- aggerated and that he fully intends to be present at the group's 40th re- union. He regrets not having been able to attend last December's gather- ing of the clan to join in the dinner program. Approved For Relea$e 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 AT CLEVELAND CHAPTER MEETING-These Cleveland Chapter members were snapped at a dinner meeting at the Brown Derby restaurant at Independence, Ohio. 1. Chairman Jack Barrett greeting Mike O'Malley. 2. George Hauer, J. Robert Wilson. 3. Ed Jones, Jim DeGarno, Paul Thompson, Vince Napoli. 4. William Kobasta, John Ballard. Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 A~roved For Releas~9~2'%0~4P.t~I1~Rt2-003578000900030014-9 1~ew Jersey X~'14~ent .Appointed Assistant ~'~stmaster~ General Leonard B. Farrell (1948-51)? of a parachute unit; in the Pacific thea- Mountainside, New Jer:.sey, has keen ter of operations. appointed as Ass'.istar~t Postmaster Pending establishment of a resi- Ge~neral of the United ~ States Postal dence in the Washington, D. C. area, Service. ~ Farrell's family is residing for the Farrell, who is 49, will head the Summer at their home at Watchung, Labor R0lations Department of the N. J., near Mountainside. He and his Postal Service. Fox' the; past 21 years wife Natalie have three children. he has been involved ~ in industrial Daughter Elizabeth, 19, is a student and employe relations work with var- at Susquehanna University; Mary ions companies, such ds Continental Jane, 16, is a hii;h school junior, and Ca.n Company, the Rube#~oid Company, son Charles graduated from Duke General Analine & Film Cox?poration, and most recently with the W. .R. University last May and is now a Grace Company as vice .president and career trainee at the Citizens & director of industrial relations. Southern Bank in Atlanta, Georgia. A native of San. Jose, California, he studied at the University of Santa Clara, Stanford University and grad- DC[V1dSOn 111 NeW rob uated from San Jose State College. Lloyd W. Davidson Jr. (1941-44), He interrupted his co11'ege careen to advises that he is now president of se~sve for four years in; the Army in Northern Minerals Inc., 220 Otero World War II and was an officer in Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501. OklaharrLa City Elects Of~Eicers, Arran~ge~s far Statewide: Meeting [dew officers of the Oklahoma City G~hapter were elected ~t a meeting July 31 at Glen's Hickory Inn. They are: Lee 0. Teague, Chairman; John J. Flanagan, Vice Ohairman; Jeff R. Laird, Secretary, and Leo E, Kuyk:en- dall, Treasurer, ][t was announced tha ~ a State-wide meeting of Oklahoma ~-Agents udth their wives will be held ';from October 6 t;o 8 at the Arrowhead State Lodge at Lake Eufaula. (guests at the meeting were Robert L. Harvey, recently retired from the Oklahoma City F'BI office; Chester J. Willard of Lawton, and Weldon Da- vis, director of the Alcohol Beverage Control Board of Oklahoma. Members present were Fred Bull- ard, Spot Gentry, Weldon Carmichael, Warren Long, Lee Teague, Jim Laird, John Lill, John ]lice, Jack Flanagan, Earl Goerke, Bill Pansze, Leo Kuy- kendall, Wayne 7Curpin, Judge Byron E. McFall and Norman Bagwell. JOHN J. I''LANAGAN, Secretary Akers Company Moves Maurice W. Aces^s 0934-47), ad- vises that his company, Acex~s Invest- ment Company, is noun situated at 13].1 Commodore Perxy Building, Austin, Texas 7870:L. Springfield Chapter Springfield, Illinois Chapter Secre- tary John F. Tharp is reminding all members of the group that annual dues of $5 are now due and payable to Treasurer Clarence Nold. Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Apprnvprl Fnr RPIPasP 9r1'Irl?JHfl~P'~aS~~~~~~~nn~57Rnnn9nnn~n(~1~4_g NEW JERSEY LOTTERY CHIEF-Ralph F. Batch (1935-42), Executive Director of the New Jersey State Lottery, addresses a crowd of spectators during a weekly drawing of the New Jersey Lottery at the Sussex County Farm 6 Horse Show at Branchville. He's standing on the platform of the Lottery Showmobile on which the drawing equipment !s installed. Batch, a former mayor of Millburn, N. J., directed the organizailon of the New Jersey Lottery which became the lust 50-cent weekly loliery in the U. S. and the most successful. He is president of the National Association of State Lotteries and has been called for expert testimony by several State Legislatures planning fo start similar lotteries. In its first year the New Jersey Lottery raised more than $69,000,000 for Stale aid to education and institutions. All State Lotteries now operating are patterned after the New Jersey format. Another Society member, William R. Carmody (1942-46), of Collingswood, N. J., is Batch's Deputy Director Eor Operations and Security. Georgia Ladies' Group Meets In Atlanta The ladies' group of the Georgia Chapter, met July 13 at the Ramada Inn, Atlanta, for bridge and luncheon. Hostesses for the month were Mrs. Donald Clegg and Mrs. Edgar Jones. Those in attendance were: Mra. Vernon Osborne, Mrs. Richard Har- rison, Mrs. Ted Sanders, Mrs. Samuel Beyhan, Mrs. Donald Clegg, Mrs. George Tidwell, Mrs. Frank John- stone, Mrs. Howard Gladden, Mrs. Stephen Janas, Mrs. Don Tackitt, Mrs. Edgar Jones, Mrs. Ralph Childs, Mrs. Harold Price, Mrs. Earl Fuoss. The Ladies' Group held its August 10 luncheon and bridge at the Peach- tree House. "On to Nevi Orleans" was the theme of the meeting and favors made by the New Orleans delegation and brought to the Atlanta Conven- tion last October were worn by those attending. Hostesses for the month were Mrs. Vernon Osborne and Mrs. Frank Johnstone. Attendees were: Mrs. Theodore Sanders, Mrs. Donald Clegg, Mrs. C. Howard Gladden, Mrs. Frank John- stone, Mrs. Vernon Osborne, Mrs. Richard Harrison, Mrs. Nat Johnson, Mrs. Edgar Jones, Mrs. Brooke Blake and Mrs. Harold Price. LOLA PRICE, Chairman Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 A~roved For Releas~~4e4'~/~~t~31;~tCF~~2-003578000900030014-9 Danielle Collins V~Tinr>,er of Ohio Co>IZtest Ancl is Arnonc~ Top 8 in National Awards Danielle Collins, daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. Stan J. Collins (1938-40) , 752 Dunwoodie I)rivd, Cincinnati, Ohio, a senior at Anderson High School, was recently ;named 14liss Ohio DECA and placid among the top eight in national competition at Los Angeles. :DECA stands for Distributive :Ed- ucation Clubs America, a nationwide program of public school instruct;ion that teaches marketing] management and merchandising to high school :stu- dents. Over 750,00() st~dents pari:ici- pate in classroom inst uction which is combined with on-thy-job training. Competition is set !up on local, State and national ].eveh? and Danielle competed against some x,040 students to achieve this victory. .She competed in the job interview cat~gory and 'was tested on Distributive Education :and a speaker and coordinator in the Cin- etiquette knowledge. Slie also hael to cinnati Chapter. Danielle was guest model and be questio>jled by three of honor at their May meeting. She judges from the business community. graduated on Jwie 6 and is to attend She was further hondred in being Ohio State University to pursue a named DECA Student df the Year at course in art and fashion design. her high school. ; Winning seem:. to be a family tra- 'The International Sales and M[ar- dition as Stan's lovely wife, Suzanne, keting Executives provide speal.ers was Miss Great Lakes and a former foi DECA classes a.nd Stan serves as Powers model. New Mexico Chapter Has Annual Steak Fry At Maxwell Estate in Manzario Mountains [n a sylvan. setting high in the Manzano Mountains about 25 miles out of Albuquerque, the New Me:cico Chapter held its annual steak fry on July 1 at the country esitate of Chair- man and Mrs. Jerry Maxwell. Chairman Maxwell pxesided over a short business meeting at which Cxor- don Albers was elected as the ne.w Chairman. John Mulhern was elected Vice Chairman, and Gorge Buldain as Secretary-Treasurer: John Todd, South Central Vice President, was named official Chapter delegate to the Society Convention at New Orleans. Dave Gilmore will continue as X- FBI Foundation representative. A contribution is beirdg made to the Foundation by t11e Chapter as a me- morial to Wirt P:. Jones who died re- cently. Present at the outing were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Albers and their niece from West Virginia; Mr. and Mrs. George Buldain and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. D. Arthur Byrnes, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dorris, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jordan, Mr. .and Mrs. Jerry Maxwell and son Jerry J r, with his wife and two-month-old daughter; Mr. and Mrs. John Mulliern, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Scudder, John Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tro;~ and guest .Rita Wo- mack, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Roberts. JOIN J. MULHERN, SCC9'CtCLY~ Approved For Relea$e 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Approved For Release 2?0$/~/A~~k3D00357R000900030~i4-9 SOUTHWEST FLORIDA CHAPTER POLICE AWARD-Chairman Otho A. Ewell of the Southwest Florida Chapter presents a $25 check to Cape Coral Police Lieutenant Jim Carroll Eor having the best grades in the latest Southwest Florida Police Training School. Looking on is Cape Coral Police Chief Jim White. Cape Coral Home of 'Easy' Ezell Scene Of Southwest Florida Pre-Dinner Party Members and wives of the South- west Florida Chapter met fora cock- tail party at the Cape Coral home of Margaret and Otho Ezell on June 2. "Easy" Ezell's sparkling swimming pool and 34-foot twin inboard cruiser riding at anchor at his dock on the waterway off the broad Calloosahat- chie added a festive atmosphere to the occasion. Later the group adjourned to the Nautilus Inn for dinner and a quar- terly business meeting. Chairman Ezell gave a detailed report of the Southeastern Regional Conference held at Knoxville. The Secretary was authorized to contact delinquent Chap- ter members in an effort to bolster the treasury for continuing philan- thropic activities. The Chapter approved an award of $25 to Lieutenant Jim Carroll of the Cape Coral Police Department as top student in the current session of the Southwest Florida Police Training School. It also contributed a substan- tial sum to the X-FBI Foundation as a memorial to Lee H. Seward, a char- ter member of the Society, who died at Punta Gorda, Florida on May 24. Ed Keblusek volunteered to arrange for the next meeting at Naples, Flor- ida on September 8. Roy Simpson was named chairman of the nominating committee to present a slate of new officers. Attendees were Mr. and Mrs. Allan F. Decker, Mr. and Mrs. Otho A. Ezell, Mr. and Mrs. Cxeorge W. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. S. Berman Horton, Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Keblusek, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. McAndrews, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Matter, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Mertz, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Simp- son, Mr. and Mrs. David C. Spingler and George H. Treadwell. JOHN C. MERTZ, Secretary Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 A~x-oved For Releasec~~~/1$kpt?f~eR~2-003578000900030014-9 They Fight Litter in Texas 11~1aurice &Ebby; Avers .Head Dallas & State Campaigns To Make ~ Them :Most Beautiful in Nation Society member Maurice W. Avers (1934-47), and his wife, Ebby Halli- day Avers, were the ~ubjects of an interesting feature article in the .Dal- la;s Morning News recently. Maurice has just bee elected pres- ident of the Beautify iTexas Council and Ebby is president of A Beaui;iful Clean Dallas (ABCD), both organiza- tions being dedicated toanti-litter and beautification projects.i ABCD was formed four years ago by the Greater Df~llas Planning Council and serves as the coordinating agency for the clean-up activities in 17allas County. The agency has been x!esponsible for Dallas receiving ;awax'ds from the National Civic Improvement Award Contest, the Keep .Ame~?ica Beautiful Awards Program a.nd the C.overn.or's Community Achievement Award Con- test. Maurice heads a council which comprises 170 organizations, bus- inesses, governmental agencies and in- dividuals throughout Texas. Its im- mediate project is to get rid of high- way litter whichh costs the State $4 Inillion annually to clean up. "We want to snake Texas the clean- est, most beautiful State in the na- tion," says Maurice. HEADS TO]' REALTY FIRM Both Ebby and Maurice are busy in their own right with private bus- iness interests. Ebby heads her own business known as Ebby Halliday Realtors. She bf~gan as a one-woman office in 1945 and now has nearly 150 associates in five offices. Maurice says Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 i Approved For Release 2~P/fl~e-~1~i~Di~$'~-00357R000900030~14-9 Richmond Chapter Plans Social Meeting The Richmond Chapter held a luncheon meeting at Byram's Restau- rant on July 6. It was decided to omit the regular September meeting and arrange instead a dinner party at which wives of members will be guests. Roy Davis and Ed Robbins are making the arrangements. A nominating committee was ap- pointed by Chairman Chick Heiner. It is composed of Parker Brown, Paul Hansen and Jack Simmons. Attendees were Parker Brown, Roy Davis, Bernard Gill Jr., Luther Glass, Paul Hansen, Chick Heiner, Walt May, Harry McCarthy, Jim Mont- gomery, Jim Moran, Walter Parker, Bob Powell, Jack Simmons and Pucky Smith. HARRY MCCARTHY, Secretary THEY FIGHT LITTER her firm is "the largest residential real estate firm in the Southwest, the firm with the largest real estate sales volume in the country and the largest individual, independent residential real estate firm in the world." Ebby has served as president of the Women's Council of the National As- sociation of Real Estate Boards and is now on the executive committee of the NAREB, a position held by only one other woman. She also was a director of the Dallas Board of Real- tors and the Texas Real Estate As- sociation and has been named the Dallas and Texas Realtor of the Year. OFFICES IN THREE CITLES Maurice is an attorney and bus- inessman with offices in Austin, Beau- mont and Dallas. His investment company is based in Austin, and his soft drink bottling plant, his beer distributing company and his trucking company are in Beaumont. He is a graduate of Southern Methodist University and the University of Texas Law School and has done graduate work at Hax?- vard. DISTRICT GOVERNOR OF ROTARY A past District Governor of Rotary International, Acers served as execu- tive secretary to Governor Allan Sli- vers and served five years as a mem- ber of the Texas Employment Com- mission. I3e was president of both the Texas United Fund and the Texas Social Welfare Association which merged to form the Texas United Community Services. He also is chair- man of the board of the Southwest Research Institute located in San An- tonio. Ebby is a past president of the North Dallas Chamber of Commerce and is now a member of the Dallas Park and Recreation Board and pres- ident of the Dallas Council on Al- coholism. Also, she is regional chair- man of the Advisory Council for the Small Business Administration and recently became a member of the De- fense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services. DALLAS HOME `FABULOUS' Since their marriage seven years ag?o Ebby and Maurice have kept an apartment in Beaumont, the pent- house of the Commodore Perry Hotel in Austin and a house in Dallas. Their Dallas home is frequently referred to by friends as "Dallas' most fabulous one-bedroom home." When they re- modeled the place, the Acers took out all of the existing second-floor bed- rooms but one in order to make room for a pair of extensive dressing rooms. Mr. and Mrs. Acers are active in Central Christian Church and Mau- rice has served as a lay preacher at many Christian churches. HAS TWO DAUGHTERS Maurice's youngest daughter Penny lives in Austin where she is finishing work on her master's degree in psy- chology at the University of Texas. Another daughter, Patty, is now Mrs. Allen Trosclair of San Rafael, Cali- fornia. Maurice and Ebby spend consider- able time commuting between homes, business appointments, speaking en- gagements, civic activities and visit- ing with family and friends. Both put major conventions and events on the calendar two or three years in advance. Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Ap~ov~d For Relea~~II6~0'2FY~g~A~RUI~$;~-003578000900030014-9 I;ioswell Ear 1 e Smith (1934 -- 46), of '~14 Cumberland Road, Atlanta, Georgia, died un- exp~ctedly at; his h o #~t e on August 12, rafter suffering a heart attack. He wasl G6 years of age {{ B~brn in Blakely, R. E, Smith Georgia, he re- ceived his high schodl education in Z"ifton, Gcorg?ia. FIe ~?raduated from Namory University in ~ 1927 witlh an A,.B. degree and froth Emoxy Uni- versity Law School irk 1929 with an LL.B. degrees He wa a member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity and the Law School Hono? Society. Af- terwards he worked ire the Legal De- partment of the American Telephone and Telegraph Campa~ny for over a year prior to ,joining tlpe FBI in :1934. During his FBI carer, Mr. Smith set?ved in the Jaclison,~ille, Charlotte and Louisville offices, ~ was a Super- visor on the Thef.'t F4?om Interstate S:hiptnent desk in Wa~hing~ton where he ]ectw~ed to many New Agent classes during the war and was dater S.AC of the Atlanta end Miami: of- fices. He resigned frown the FBI in 194G to become Director o:f Security for Rich's Inc., Atlani~a, and for 25 ,years until his retirehtent in 7-971, was a recognized authority through= out the United States 'in the field of Retail Security. As st}ch, he was in demand as an outstandling speakerz? in the security field. ' He was a member of the Haygood Methodist Church, Atlanta, where he had served on the Board of Stewards, and had been active in ~worlc with the Boy Scouts of Americai He had only recently returned from a tt?ip to Ire- land, Scotland and En~?land with his wife, Mary. In addition to his wife, Mx?. Stnith (1~1kri~ixttrte,~ Roswell E. ~ Smith is survived by a daughter, Betsy (Mrs. William D.) Jones of Spring- field, Ky.; a son, Roswell E. Smith Jr. of Northbrook, Illinois, and three grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted August 14 at the Patterson Spring Hill Chapel in Atlanta with the Revs. Malone Dodson and James J. Sneed officiating. Burial was at Crestlawn in p~tlanta. Roswell was an active member of the Georgia Chapter of the Society. G. Christopher Callan G. Christopher Callan (1934-60), of 7038 Mango Avenue South, St. Petersburg, Florida, died July 20 at his home after a long illness. He was 64. Born in Washington, D. C., Mr. Callan graduated from Georgetown University in 1930 and from George- town University Law School in 1934, Appointed a Special Agent of the FBI that same year, he had assign- ments itt the Philadelphia, Boston, Newark and Cleveland offices. In 1940 he took an administrative post at Bureau headquarters at Washington. During World War II he directed enforcement of the Selective Service Act and following the war he was in charge of security investigations of thousands of employes of the Atomic Energy Commission, During the Truman and Eisen- hower administrations, Mr. Callan was in charge of the special inquiry section of the FBI which adminis- tered investigat'.ions requested by the President of appointees to principal positions in the government. Mr. Callan is survived by four sons, David of Vero Beach, Florida; Joseph and Robert of St. Petersburg, and Dennis of Lexinp;ton, Kentucky; a sis- ter, Mrs. Claude Replogle of St. Petersburg; a brother, William of Dunedin, Florida, and three grand- children. Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Approved For Release ~0~''U2~r~@~II~~Fd~~1-00357R00090003(~$14-9 William J. Panttaja William J. Panttaja (1947-58), of 63 Columbia Road, Milton, Massachu- setts, died August 4 at Carney Hos- pital, Boston, after a brief illness. He was 55. Mr. Panttaja was New England regional manager for the Interna- tional Accounting Society. A native of Astoria, Oregon, he was graduated from Fresno State College and the University of South- ern California. He taught school in California and later at a junior high school in Newton, Mass. shortly be- fore joining the FBI as a Special Agent in 1947. He was assigned to FBI offices in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Boston where he worked on the famed Brink's robbery case. When he retired he was attached. to the Los Angeles office. Before taking his position with the International Accounting Society, he was regional manager for LaSalle Institute. Mr. Panttaja was a veteran of World War II and served as a Navy pilot. Later he was executive officer at Otis Air Force Base in Massachu- setts. He was a member of the Boston Chapter of the Society and the Neigh- borhood Club of 4~uincy. Mr. Panttaja is survived by his wife, Mrs. Eleanor O'Connor Pant- taja, and four children, William A., Richard S., Carolyn J. and Elisabeth H., all of Milton. Funeral services were held August 8 and burial was in the Milton Ceme- tery. Walter A. Winter Walter A. Winter (1936-69) , of 10 North Lake Shore Drive, Glenwood, IVlinnesota, a widely known attorney, died July 25 at the age of 67. He was a 1930 graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School and practiced law in Browns Valley from 1930 until 1936 when he was appointed a Special Agent of the Fed- eral Bureau of Investigation. (continued on page 30) Hugh H. Hinderaker Hugh H. Hinder- aker (1941 - 45), died Sunday, July 30, as the result of a boating accident on Lake Winne- bago, Wisconsin. He was 58. At the time of his death, he lived at 801 E. N e w York Avenue, Osh- kosh, Wisconsin, H. H. Hinderaker where he was owner-manager of the Manpower Inc. franchise office of Oshkosh, Fond du Lac and the towns of Neenah and Menasha. A native of Radcliffe, Iowa, he graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1940. Following Bur- eau service in the Boston and New York City offices, he became publisher of the Lake Country Reporter, Hart- land, Wis., until 1959; then vas on the staff of the West Allis, Wis., Star for two years before moving to the Manpower situation at Oshkosh. A member of the Winnebago County Board at the time of his death, he was also a member of the Oshkosh Public Library board of directors and chairman of the Ambassadors group of the Oshkosh Area Chamber of Commerce. A former president of the Oshkosh Chapter, American Field Service, he was a Lakeshore Kiwanis Club member and a Council member of his church, St. Andrew's Lutheran. During his membership in the Wis- consin Press Association, he was re- sponsible for the development and purchase of land for the Associa- tion's Demonstration Forest located near Eagle River, tiVis. He is survived by his wife Miriam, three sons, Philip of Janesville, Wis., Paul of Madison, Wis., and James, at home, and a sister, Mrs. DeLoris Hill of Red Wing, Minn. Funeral services were held August 3 at St. Andrew's Lutheran Church, Oshkosh. Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Ap~4nv d For R I a~/'0'2~rt~~*p~~~[~-003578000900030014-9 Members oif New Mexico Chapter l~~elate Their Recollections of j. ;Edgar Hoover A minute of silent ~xrayer was ob- served at the meeting of the New Mexico Chapter ors May 2 at the ban- quet room of Wyatt's cafeteria iaa the Jerry Maxwell gave an interesting account of his 15-day visit to the Holy Land and showed a number of pictures of Jerixsalem. Plans were announced for a picnic and steak fry to be held 21 miles outside of Albuquerque on June 24. Present were Charlie Winstead, George Buldain, Matt Doyle, George Franklin, Jim Lyons, Jerry Maxwell, John Mulhern, E. L. (Doc) Rollins, Gene Scudder and Percy Wyly III. JOHN J, MULFIERN, Secretary Last T1~ursda~Y of Month Luncheon nter at Albu- joined in tell- ing of their recol-ectibns of the late F'BI Director whose death was an- nounced shortly before the meeting began. A contribution to the Boys Clubs o:f America was made by the Chapter in memory of Mr. Hoover. - --'-- The regular Last T)~ursday in the iVl:onth luncheon of the Washiniton, D. C. Chapter was held on July 2.7 at Hogate's Waterfront restaurant. Despite the- Summer: vacations the attendance totaled. 68, including a goodly number of new embers. Fol- 1~~it1~CcI1~tP,~ Walter .r~. inter (continued from ~~age 29) Mr. Winter served it the Bureau at W'ashing'ton, D. C., Kansas (amity, Little Rock, Arkansas, Louisville, Kentucky, Aberdeen, ou:'i Dalirota, and St. Paul, Minnesot . In 1939 he accepted an appoint- ment as assistant sup~rintendenit of the Minnesota State Cr7nre Bureau in St, Paul and left that position in 1942 to go to Glenwopd to practice law. Mr. Winter practiced alone Lentil 1953 when Philip Et. Rdlig joined him and the firm name vas Winter & Rolig until January 1, 967 when Mr. Rolig died. James F. ;Nelson joined the firm in 1967 and the firm name waxs Winter & Nelson. ~ In 1972 John N, Claeson joined the firm and the firm now operates under the name of Winter, Nelson & Ciaesan. Mr. Winter is survived by his wife, Helen; six children, WFilliam, Helen, lowing custom, there were no speeches, no introductions -nothing but good fellowship and an afternoon where many lingered over refreshments to recall past and :present happenings. ALEXANDER W. NEALE, Secretary Briau L. Love Brian L. Love, 23, son of Society member and Mrs. Warren L. Love of 3607 North Peary Street, Arlington, Virginia, died accidentally in Geneva, Switzerland on ~fune 12. He had been playing basketball for the past year and a half for the cities of Geneva and Neuchatel, (Switzerland, and also worked and studlied at the University of Neuchatel. Earlier, he had at- tended the University of South Car- olina where he also played basketball. Brian is survived, in addition to hi.s parents, by three sisters, Mrs. Sharon Love Srnith, Sheila and Mau- reen, and two brothers, Michael and Kevin, all of Arlington. A Mass of t',he Resurrection was offered at St. Af;nes Catholic Church, Arlington, on June 19. Burial was at Washington National Cemetery. Brian's father is Treasurer of the Washington, D. C. Chapter of the So- ciety. Mrs. Vincent (D,iane) Setten, Marian, Paul, and Debby, and by two grand- children. Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Approved For Release fJ~1~6sP~h~tD~$~-00357R00090003d~14-9 CAPTAIN BOSTON HONORED-Captain Ward Boston Jr. (1950-51) and members of his family along with Vice Admiral J. J. LeBourgeois (right), listen to the citation being read prior to the award of the Joint Service Commendation Medal to Captain Boston. Lett to right, Anne Margaret Boston, a nurse at the George Washington University Hospital; Ward Boston III, a student at the College of William and Mary; Geoffrey D. Boston, a student at Mount Vernon, Virginia; Mrs. Emma C. Boston, Captain Boston and Vice Admiral LeBourgeois. Captain Boston Receives Commendation Medal Captain Ward Boston Jr. (1950- 51), Director of Legal Affairs at Su- preme Allied Command Atlantic head- quarters at Norfolk, Virginia, re- ceived the Joint Service Commenda- tion Medal at exercises held at SACLANT headquarters in July. The medal was presented to him by Vice Admiral J. J. LeBourgeois, U. S. Navy, who is Chief of Staff' of SACLANT. Captain Boston has now reported to the staff of Admiral Isaac C. Kidd, Chief of Naval Material, at Wash- ington, D. C. The Commendation Medal was pre- sented to him for meritorious service in the performance of his duties as Director of Legal Affairs to the Su- preme Allied Commander Atlantic during the period from July 1970 to June 1972. Attending the presentation cere- monies were Captain Boston's wife Emma, his daughter Anne Margaret, and sons Ward III and Geoffrey. Captain Boston has served in nu- merous top Naval posts in his Navy career, including assignments in Cali- fornia, Rhode Island and Italy. Robertson Has New Job in Australia W. James Robertson (1942-46), who was senior vice president of the Wells Fargo Bank at Los Angeles, writes that he is now managing director of Martin Corporation Limited at Gold Fields House, 1 Alfred Street, Syd- ney Cove, N.S.W., Australia. His home address there is 1 Londsay Ave- nue, Darling Point, N.S.W., Australia. He advises that Wells Fargo Bank, his employer for the past 25 years, is a shareholder in Martin Corpora- tion, an Australian merchant bank. Robertson will have athree-year tour of duty "down under." He asks So- ciety headquarters to make sure that he receives the Grapevine and the new Membership Directory. Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Ap.~i-oved For Relea a g0~l~b~$eP1C~DW~'2-003578000900030014-9 Fred and Evelyn Armstrong Are Hosts At Poolside Picnic of Pala Alto Chapter The Palo Alto Clzaptl'r held its third annual poolside barbecue at the ]'Home of Chapter Vice Chairman Fred .Arm- st;rong in Menlo Parkj California on July 16. Co-hosts for ,the event were Fred's charming wife' Evelyn and daughter Nancy. A dumber of the members enjoyed 'the Swimming pool while the less athletically inclined in- dulged in tall tale;a and small tack at Poolside. Two large barbecued saw full time service and steaks, together with all the trimmings, were ! in abundance. Liquid refreshments w~re supplied by the host who, rumor has it, virtually assured his unopposed nomination for Chapter Chairman at t]!~e annual nne,et- ing. Those in attendance were Eddie and Bertha Dornlas, Lois and "Moose" Marron and daughter (rharlene, Carol and John Norton, Martha and Lloyd Bowser, Elizabeth anc~ Hal Hoblitt, Barbara and Murray; Shea, Myrna Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong and Harry Sh;xw and Harry's dad Harry Sr., Millie and Ted Cruise, Sharon and Bob Redden, Evelyn and Fred Armstrong and daughter Nancy. ROBERT ~N. REDDEN, Secretary Peoria Chapter Iifames Horn as Delegate Wives of members ~rere guests at a social and business r~neeting of the Peoria Chapter on Jane 17 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ~ Marc Sharpe. Sharpe gave a detailed report of the North Central Re~ional Meeting held at Minneapolis in lYIay. Joe horn was elected as the Ch' pter delegate to the Society's Natior~al Convention in New Orleans Members preaent were: Mr. and Mrs. John Holtzman, Mr. a.nd Mrs. NIarc Sharpe, 1VIr. and Mrs. Harry McCluggage, Mr, and Mrs. John Roys- ter, Mr, and Mars. Gus Errion, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Horn and Mr. and Mrs. Don Morgan. WILLIAM P. FITZPATRICK, Secretary New Offic ers Secxted by Toledo Chapter l Thomas Schoenhofet~, the n. e w Chairman, and Joseph Q,. Dianda, the new Secretary, began their duties at the luncheon meeting bf the Toledo, Ohio Chapter at the ^Pudor Inn on May 9. Schoenhofer commended Gene Mc- Kenna for his excellent work as Chairman during the previous year. Prior to the meeting,:. a moment of silent prayer was observed in mem- ory of J. Edgar Hoovex?, the late Di- rector of the FBI. Introduced to the group was the new Senior Re:>iderit Agent of the Toledo FBI, Bob Bradner. Attending also tivas Special Agent Illiary Rob- inette. Members presE~nt were Judge Allen Andrew, Ralph S. Boggs, Richard Colasurd, Joseph Dianda, Gene Mc- Kenna, John Manton, Bill Starner, Frank Lynch, Tom Schoenhofer and Red Brichetto. JOSEPH ,~. DIANDA, Secretary Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Approved For Release ~~kA~k1-45ep(fi~f~-b~D'P-82-00357R00090003dI$14-9 AT PALO ALTO CHAPTER PICNIC-Pictured at the poolaide barbecue of the Palo Alto Chapter are: 1. Harry Shaw Sr., Harry Shaw Ir., Bob and Sharon Hedden, Myrna Shaw. 2. Barbara Murray, Hal Hoblit Martha Bowser and Tom Murray. Baltimore Votes Gift to Foundation Nineteen members and a guest as- sembled for the luncheon meeting of the Baltimore Chapter at the Gov- ernor's Club in Baltimore on April 26. The Chapter voted to send a gift to the X-FBI Foundation in memory of James V. Sullivan, assistant ex- ecutive secretary of the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commissions. Arrangements were made for the Chapter's Day at the Races on May 6 at the Pimlico Track in Baltimore. Present were James E. Barrett, Lawrence W. Bowe, Charles E. Browne, Roy Cromwell, Maurice D. duBois, Henry C. Freimuth, J. Carl- ton Gartner, Kent Hauver, Louis A. Hogan, Timothy J. Hynes Jr., Mar- vin H. Kaberle, Theodore Malinov~~- ski, Bernard Norton, Robert Norton, J. Stanley Rotz, Lawrence Samilyon, Richard G. Sullivan, Francis J. Walsh and guest Charles Arbogast. J. STANL);Y ROTZ, Secretary Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Api~floved For Release 2~b'A21~92F~elfl#14~D1~~-003578000900030014-9 '~U. S. Circuit judge Goodwin is Speaker At Dinner Meeting of 4;regon Chapter A dinner meeting ~ with wives as guests was held by the Oregon Chap- ter on May 13 at the ;beautiful :Edge- water Country Club situated on the Columbia River on t~xe outskirts of Portland. Asocial hope was followed by a prime rib of.' bedf dinner. Western Regional Vice President Robert A. Erskine of ~Ionolulu joined with the group arnd reviewed the work of the National Society. The guest speaker was Judge Al- fred T. Goodwin of tlxe U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals, 9th ~ Circuit, a~it San Francisco. He was accompanied by his wife Mary. Judge Goodwin pre- viously served in Oregon as a State Circuit Coux?t Judge, an Associate Justice of the Oregon State Supreme Court, as a U. S. District Court Judge, and was recently appointed to tine U. S. Circuit Court bench.. He spoke amusingly of th~ statements of judges in early anc~ recent court opinions. Following dinner there was dancing in the club ballroom. In addition to Judge and Mrs. Goodwin and Nice President Erskine, guests included SAC Julius L. Matt- son and his wife Beth, Special Agent Thomas J. Dugan and his wife Mary, Special Agent Ralph P. Himmelsbach and his wife Isayle, Chief of Detec- tives Myron A. Warren and his wife ItiIaxine, X-Agent George E. and Sue Juba, X-Ag~eni; Paul G. and Judy Nolte. X-Agent Donald B. and Mary Joe Purkerson. Members and wives present were Elvin and Pauline Barton, Julius and Helen Bernard., Harold and Maxine Brack, Stuart and Gloria Cameron, Leonard and Helen Frank, William and Dorothy II/Iartin, Peter and El- eanor Meaney, Thomas and Bea Nancy, Howard and Dorothy Patter- son, Gerald and Leslie Rees, Ralph and Laura Shepherd, Ronald and Ruth Sherk, Francis and Charlyne Smith. Sacrarne>~to Hays Hot Night. at the Races The Sacramento C~Zapter held a "Night at the Races" ~t the Cal :Expo Raceway on July 14. A prime rib dinner was served at the Gold Me- dallion Room located ~ at the upper level of the grandstand. The ninth race waa sponsored by the Sacramento Chapter of X-FBI Agents. Those in attendance: were Mr. and Mars. Jol1n J. Wells, H~rold G. Robin- son, Richard E. Crow, James F. Tan- ner, Wendell Watts, 1 Paul Fzzller, ]:Toward Haskins, William C. Tower, Milton Kerlan, E. Rai Miller, (71ar- once Newton, Robert Ryan, John Wil- liams, Alf R. Stavig, recently-retired SAC of the Sacramento field office of the FBI; Judge and Mrs. John Hauck, Mr. and Mrs. Renzo Del Pexro, Mr. and Mrs. John White of Yuba City, and Judge and Mrs. Norman Sullivan of Stockton. A Fall event: is being planned at Yuba City which gives promise of a cooler atmosphere than the 113 de- gree temperatuee on the date of the racing event at Sacramento. ALF' R. STAVIG, SeCrCtCG7^y __.__- j - Thornton ~l~Tith Burlingame Travel Bureau Robert E. Thornton I(1941-69), has is no novelty to Thornton, who spent been named vice president of th.e 17 of his 28 years with the Bureau Burlingame Travel Bureau, on the on assignments outside the continental San Francisco peninsula, at 184;2 El United States; in Central and South Camino Real, Burlinga#ne, Califon?nia. America as well as in Puerto Rico Being a part of the gravel industry and Hawaii. I Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Approved For Release L$II@~~Q~9-#eP~7~~d1~$~-00357R000900030~14-9 Wrightsville Beach Scene of Meeting For North Carolina Members and Wives The North Carolina Chapter reports that its meeting at Wrightsville Beach was attended by 48 members and wives. Chairman Bill Gibson named Carmen Stuart, Jim Book and John Gold to the nominating committee to select a slate of new officers. The South Carolina Chapter has in- vited the North Carolina Chapter to meet with it on October 7 at Myrtle Beach. Clifford A. Moyer of Colum- bia, S. C. is in charge of reservations. Present at the Wrightsville meeting were: Austin and Peggy McDonald, Henry and Anne Martin, Art and Linda Donaldson, Howard and Janie Richardson, Bill and Sue Gibson, Ro- land and Helen Smith and daughter Sharon, Rufus and Mattie Belle Pow- ell, Joe and Dottie Iseman, Ray and Dottie Davidson, Chris and Mary Moran, Arch and Sue Schoch, Buddy and Ann McBryde, Don and Alice Stahl, Bud Maupin, Jim and Anne Booker, Herman and Lee Tickel, Car- men and Elsie Stuart, Burt and Jerry Wiand. Also Basil and Louise Pettit of the South Carolina. Chapter, and FBI Agents Dave and Singia Watson and Crawford and Jan Williams of the Wilmington FBI Office. HENRY N. MARTIN, Secretary Michigan Chapter Members at 'Shoot Out' And Steak Dinner at Washtenaw Gun Club A "Shoot Out" and a delicious steak dinner cooked over charcoal fires was enjoyed by members of the Michigan Chapter at the Washtenaw Gun Club ott Jttly 21. The members tried their hand at shooting the "PPC" again after a lay-off of a few years. Most of them did very well with their high handi- caps. We suspect that a few misses mig_ ht have been stretched to the near- est line for counting but it was all in good sportsmanship. Chairman Leo Shirley planned the affair and his lovely wife, Lucille Shirley, did a magnificent job in pre- paring and directing the cooking of those excellent steaks. The Shirleys are to be complimented for this out- standing affair. Attendees at the picnic were: Bar- ron and Helen Conklin, Ted and Joan Stacy, Marce and Connie Phillips, Charles and Mildred Ghent, Leo and Lucille Shirley, Russ and Amy Vail, William and Janice Blackburn, Wil- liam and Eileen Lamb, Al and Vir- ginia Kurtz, Lee and Ellen Curran, Clark and Alice Diggins, Richard and Hortie Senter, Eugene and Mary Cal- der, Bob and Virginia Smith. MARCEL C. PHILLIPS, SEGrG'tary Juergens in New Post With Wackenhut Fred W. Juergens (1951-55), has been named manager of operations for the Wackenhut Corporation. He was area manager in Detroit, Mich., for Wackenhut prior to his promo- tion and transfer to the company's executive headquarters in Coral Gables, Fla. As a Former Special Agent of the Fedel?al Bureau of Investigation, he served in FBI offices in Buffalo, New York, Detroit and Newark. Upon leaving the Bureau, he be- came an assistant professor at the School of Police Administration and Public Safety at Michigan State Uni- versity. He then entered the field of private security and investigations in Detroit. Fred and his wife and family are now residing at 3609 Monserrate Ave- nue, Coral Gables 33134. Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Ap~~oved For Release ~0~~~1-4e~#l~tC1198~-003578000900030014-9 Shortley forms Own Company After 21 Years VlTith U.S. Agencies The long and distinguished govern- ment career of :Robe';rt L. Shortley (1947-51) , came to a ~ close with his resignation on June 3~. At the time of his departure, Shoftley was serv- i:.~g as Director, :[nsp~ctions and In- vestigations Staff, Agency for Inter- national Development,i United States Department of State, ~ post which he held for over six ;year. Born in Pittsburgh, he earned a de- gree of Bachelor of Seience in Public Administration, :ichobl of Foreign Service, Georgetown Univeirsity, Washington, D. C.., and also attended the Georgetown University School of Law. ~ A Marine Lieutenant during V~Jarld War II, he entered new Agents train- ing as a Special Agent with the FBI in 1947.. After serving in several of- fices, he resigned from) the Bureau in 1951 to become a member of the staff o:f the U. S. Senate ~ Committee on Agriculture and later joined the staff of the U. S. Senai;e S}~ bcommittee on Privileges and Elections. After joining AID; in 1953, he served in a number of responsible positions including;, f r three years, t}sat of Special Assist~nt to the Dep- uty Administrator resg~onsible for lo- catmg, interviewing and selecting agency executives for assignment to senior positions in Wa hington, D. C., and abroad. Shortley left government to set up tk~e firm Interspec .[nc.,~a Washing;ton- based inspection and! investigative company, which will provide profes- sional and independent, inspection, in- vestigative and resear~h services for industry, law firms, agencies, foundations, tional organizations. governmental and interna- fenced personnel drawnifrom a variety of investigatory disciplines, Interspec provides discreet :rnd :expert review and counseling service both in the United States and abroad. Shortley, a past Chairman of the Washington, D. C. Chapter, has re- Robert L. Shortley mained active :in the Society and is currently serving on the Executive Board for the Chapter. In addition, he is a member of the Federal Law Enforcement Association and the In- ternational Club of Washington, D. C. He is married to the former Miss Maiselle Dolan of Fairfield, Connecti- cut. They reside in Alexandria, Vir- ginia. 1V'ebraslka Chapter The monthly luncheon meeting of the Nebraska I~hapter was held at Bishop's Cafe on July 11. Chairman Leonard. Kurtz appointed Larry Phipps, Wade F:napp and Bob Frink as a nominating; committee to select a slate of new officers. Jirvi McGxECVY, Secretary McDermott Promoted Thomas C. IV[cDermott (19Fi2-65), has been promoted to the position of director of industrial relations for E. R. Squibb & Sons Inc. at its new Princeton, New Jersey headquarters. He now is residing at 12 Gloucester Court, East Brunswick, N. J. Approved For Relea~e 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Approved For Released'96gMC?4pt~~eR~~2-00357R0009000~014-9 MEMPHIS CHAPTER MEMBERS-Left to right, Hugo Winierrowd, Chuck Walker, Mal Price and Bill Overman attended the dinner al the home of Bob Ienaen at 6909 Trow- bridge Cover, Memphis, which followed the golf tournament held at the Windyke Golf & Country Club. Memphis Chapter at Golf Tournament Members of the Memphis Chapter took part in a golf tournament at the Windylte Golf & Country Club on May 4. A special guest was SAC Joe Baker of the Memphis FBI Office. That evening wives joined the golfers for a dinner at the home of Bob Jensen. The Chapter voted a contribution of $25 to the Former Agents of the FBI Foundation as a memorial to J. Edgar Hoover. At the next quarterly meeting of the Chapter on July 14 at Cooper's Cafeteria in Memphis, the Chapter voted a $15 contribution to the Foun- dation in memory of Bon H. McEI- reath of Oxford, Mississippi. Mahlon Price and Francis Finley were named to nominate a slate of new officers. Another golf tournament in Septem- ber was planned. C. B. WALKER, SeGYCtU,T~ Fennie Promoted by Tohn Hancock Insurance J. Edgar Fennie (1952-54) , of 7401 East Calle Cabo, Tucson, Arizona, has been appointed brokerage manager for Arizona by the John Hancoclt Mutual Life Insurance Company. His offices are at 2343 East Broadway, Tucson. He is a graduate of the University of Scranton and did graduate work at Boston College. A member of the Southern Arizona Association of Life Underwriters and the Tucson Chap- ter of the American Society of Life Underwriters, Fennie also is active in the Tucson Chapter of the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI. Freimuth is Professor at Loyola College Dr. Henry C. Freimuth (1939-44) toxicologist in the office of the Chief Medical Examiner of the Maryland Department of Post Mortem Exam- iners, advises that he is retiring from his position as of October 1 following 28 years of service. He reports that on September 1. he took up the position of Professor of Chemistry at Loyola College in Balti- more. Dr. Freimuth is an active member of the Baltimore Chapter and various professional groups. Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 App~~~~ed For Release 2~~~~'/'F4-~~Ef~~F~~~200357R000900030014-9 Edward Brandt Ts Appointed As Director Of Consumer Marketing oaf AMF Division Edward A. Brandt (1950-59), has been named Director; Consumer Mar- keting of AMF's Marketing Division. In making this announcement, Roy C. Reeves, AMF Vice President o:f Mar- keting, stated that Brandt will be re- sponsible for assisting in the market- ing of all AMF recreation products which includes such well lrnown brand names as "Head," "Farley-Davidson," "Alcort," "Voit," "Bien Rogan," and "Skamper." The Marketing Division of A.MF is located at AMF's raew world head- quarters in White P1!ains, Brandt joined AMF in 1959 as a marketing specialist. ! In 1960, he was made Manager of Trade Rellations and in 1969 was named as Director, IVTarket Development' & I'lanni:ng. He was graduated from West Vir- ginia Unive~?sity in 1950 with a Doc- tor of Jurisprudence ;degree. Prior to joining AMF, 13ran;dt was Special Agent for the Feder~l Bureau of In- children live at Irvington, N. Y. vestigation. AMF is a world wide producer of Mr. and Mrs. l3ranidt and their five industrial and leisure time products. Erskine Visits; Northern Nevada C~~apter; Harold Andersen Elected as ZJew Chairman Western Regional Vice President Robert A. Erskine of Honolulu paid an official visit to the Northern Ne- vada Chapter at; a meeting a,t the Golden Dragon at Carson City on .August 3. Bob discussed the activities of the National Society and urged support of the Former Agents of the FBI Foundation and attendance at i;he New Orleans Convention iax No- vember. New Chapter office~x~s were elected :~ follows: Harold; E. Andersen, Chairman; Donald V. Wier, Vice Chairman; L. James; McGee, Secre- tary-Treasurer; Clayton D. Phillips, ]?oundation representative, and Car- rol T. Nevin, Executive Service Com- mittee representative. The Chapter's :attention was called to the fact that former member, Ken- neth Brown, has moved to Bakers- field, California, and Harold Andersen has retired as head of the Investiga- tive Division of the Nevada Gaming Control Board.. He has accepted em- ployment as special assistant to the general manager of the Sahara Tahoe Hotel at Stateline, Nevada. Ander- sen's new address is P. O. Box 1668; zephyr Cove, :iVevada 89448. Attendees at the meeting were Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Andersen, Joseph L. Sheeketski, Mr. and Mrs. Carrol T. Nevin, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton D. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. L. James Mc- Gee and Regional Vice President Er- skine. Approved For Relea~e 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 I Approved For Releas~Y~81~f~~pt+'R1~~2-00357R00090003~014-9 BROADWATER BEACH HOTEL SETTING FOR POST CONVENTION TRIP-Here's the imposing front entrance of the Broadwater Beach Hotel and Golf Club at Biloxi, Missis- sippi which will host the post convention vacation for Society members following the New Orleans Convention. The Broadwater Beach Hotel faces the Guli of Mexico and has three golf courses, a Lanai swimming pool and a Garden pool. Other sports are tennis, shuffleboard, volley ball and basketball. The Broadwater is a luxury spot for those who want real diversion and relaxation. Lalime New Chairman of Buffalo Chapter; Annual Picnic Held at Al Newman s Home The annual picnic of the Buffalo, N. Y. Chapter was held at Al New- man's home at Silver Creels, N. Y. on June 11. Members and their wives and families had a fun day playing golf., swimming, eating, drinking, etc. Late in the afternoon new officers were elected as follows Chairman, James Lalime; Vice Chairman, Pat Glennon; Secretary- Treasurer, Harry Manicas. FBI Special Agents Don Hartnett and Francis Jenkins and their wives were guests. Chapter members and wives present were Mr. and Mrs. James Denzel, Mr. and Mrs. Franls Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gannon, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gregg, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lacey, Mr. and Mrs. James Lalime, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Manicas, Mr. and Mrs. John Roche and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sheerly. Chairman Lalime called a special luncheon meeting of the Chapter on July 7 to arrange a program for the coming year. A "get acquainted" meeting was planned for September, a Christmas party in December, a golf tournament in the Spring and the annual family picnic for June. The regular luncheon meeting date was changed to the first Friday of each month at 12:30 p.m: at the Depot Lounge Restaurant in Buffalo. Present were Everett Adolf, Pat Glennon, Paul Hulub, James Lalime, Harry Manicas and John Roche. HARRY E. MANILAS, SCCTC tC67"~ Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Appd For__. R~I_~~e 2_(~Cl'2f0:Ef"1~S~~DP~Z~0357R000900030014-9 Paul Dewey, Son off Society Memk>er, Wins Rotary Fellowship For Study in England jPaul D. Dewey, sdn of Mr. and Mirs. A 1 v :i n A. D~wey (1940-45) , G~rden City, Kan- sas, has been awarded a 1.973-73 Educational Award from the Rotary International. Foun- dation and will be le~ving soon for the University of Exeter, Exeter, E>7gland, where he Paul Dewey wihl do graduate work in English lite nature. Included in the award is round trip transportation, registration, tuition, laboratory and other school fees, books and educational supplies,. room and board, and limited educational travel for one school, year. Pau] graduated from the Univers- ity of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, last Spring v~here he received a B.A. in English lliterature and political science. He ,graduated with distinc- tion and as a member of Phi Beta Kappa Society. He is also a member of Delta Upsilon Fraternity, and on the basis of scholarship and leader- ship was accepted into the Sachem Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa, In addition to scholastic achieve- ments, he has, served on the Student Committee of Kansas Relays, Union Operating Committee, Homecoming Committee, and in his senior year was vice president of the Student Union Activities. He. was also in the Karate Club. For the past two years, Paul was the Newsweek: campus correspondent at K. U, Upon returning to the United States from Exeter, he plans to at- tend law school. Siler Elected pirector of Association bf Executive Recruiting Consultants John W. Siler (19L~0-52), has been elected to a two-ye , r term on the board of directors of the Association of Executive Recruiting Consultants. Si1er is president of 'John W. Siler & Associates, a management consultant and executive search firm headquar- tered in Milwaukee. Siler joined the FBI as a Special .Agent in 1940, and served in the Se- attle, San Francisco,; Cleveland and Milwaukee offices. The Siler firm, estaiblished in 1965, is one of only 22 accredited members of the Association of Executive Re- cruiting Consultants, a group of firms meeting? the highest standards cif ex- cellence in the consulting field. S~iler's company also maintains an office in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area. The manager of this office is Frank T. Grassy, also a former: Special Agent. Approved For Relea$e 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Approved For Release 1Cfi~rd'~/"1'~ep~[~~8~2-00357R000A000~(~~14-9 Dr. Magee, Former FBI Laboratory Chief, Is Director of Virginia Forensic Agency Dr. J. William Magee (1939-65), well known to many X-Agents as a long-time mainstay of the FBI Lab- oratory, continues as Director of the Northern Virginia Forensic Labora- tory, following its consolidation into the Forensic Laboratory System of the State of Virginia on July 7, 1972. Dr. Magee was responsible for ob- taining Law Enforcement Assistance Administration approval and grants (Federal and State) which made pos- sible the creation of this regional lab- oratory, in March 1971. Initially serv- ing all law enforcement agencies in four counties in Northern Virginia, the Laboratory now serves 14 North- ern Virginia counties and inclusive cities. Located at 2714 Dorr Avenue, Merrifield, Virginia, the Laboratory is equipped with sophisticated equip- ment and located in a modern facility. Nevertheless, Dr. Magee believes that personnel have a higher px?iority than the physical plant. To this end, he first engaged the services of two pre- eminent chemists, Dr. Eugene Reich- enbecher and Dr. Paul B. Ferrara, both with outstanding academic back- grounds and records of achievement in private industry. Today the Lab- oratory employs four chemists, a doc- ument examiner, and a laboratory aid, in addition to the director a.nd his administrative staff. A native of Mississippi, Dr. Magee received his M.S. degree from the University of Mississippi and his Ph.D. from the University of Texas in 1938. After his retirement from the FBI in 1965, he opened his own private laboratory to serve as a con- sultant in chemistry and industrial security fields, an endeavor he con- tinues to operate. Central New York Announces Schedule Of Meetings For Remainder of Year A business luncheon meeting of the Central New York Chapter was held July 12 at the Hotel Syracuse, at Syracuse, N. Y. Chairman Bill Mc- Kay reported on his attendance at the Northeast Regional Conference at Al- bany in the Spring. He discussed ac- tivities of the various Chapters in the Northeast Region, the Membership Di- rectory and the Former Agents of the FBI Foundation. Plans were announced for a golf outing for X-Agents and wives hosted by Jack Clifford in August at Iiamil- ton, N. Y., and for the September meeting at the Cavalry Club with Bill McKay as host. An October meeting is also sched- uled with Phil Britt as host at the Bellevue Club. The last event of 1972 will be a Christmas program. Attending the luncheon were Bill McKay, Phil Britt, John Mahoney, Peter Roth, Jack Clifford, Howard Baird, Bill Pinlcel, Jerry O'Brien and Bill Reynolds. WILLIAM W. PINKEL, Seeretary Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Ap 42 r Acosta V ce P'resid,ent, 'T'rust Cif icer of Puerto ]Rico Bank By C. Howard~Gladden Chairman of Gear~gia Chapter Prominent among ~ociety members currently residing inj Puerto Rico is .Raymond L. Acosta ! (1954-58), who is vice president ands trust officer of :Banco Credito, one ~ of the largest banking organiza,tion~ in the Carib- bean area. The bank ;has 38 branches in Puerto Rico and Ray directs. During his Bureau career, Ray served in the San Diego, Washington, D. C. and Miami offices. When :he re- ;aigned from the FBI he became As- sistant United IStat~s Attorney in :Puerto Rico and held; that post until L961. Now 46 years of age, Acosta has an impressive background of experience in law and banking. A native of :I~Tew York City, he 'was graduated :from high school. in Teaneck, N. J. and from Princeton! University in L948. He received his law degree from the Rutgers University School oaf Law in Newark in. 195:L. He prac?? treed law in Hackensack, N. J. until :he was appointed a special Agent of the FBI in 1954. Ray served in the: Navy for four ;years during World ~ War II as a radio operator 2/c. ; He served in Scotland, England and Wales and was in the Normandy Invasion on June 6, 1944. Later ~e attended the iVaval Officer School 'under' the V-12 ]?rogram, j After resigning as ;Assistant U. S. Attorney in 1961, Acosta practiced ]aw in San Juan for five ,years under i;he firm name of ][gar~videz & Acosta, ]From 1966 to 1967 he was manager of. the Real Estate Department of ]:BEC Housing Com~any in Puerto Rico and in 1967' was named t;o his present post of vices president, and trust officer of Banco Credito. He completed courses in management of commercial and corporate real estate with the Americaai 1V$anagement As- sociation; real estate ~inancing at the University of Puerto ;Rico, and com- pleted the executive training program Raymond L. Acosta in trust administration and opera- tions at the 1V[anufacturers Hanover Trust Compan;y*, New York City. Ray is licemsed to practice law in the U. S. Supreme Court, the New Jersey Supreme Court, the Federal District Court of New Jersey, the United States 'Pax Court, the Federal District Court and the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico, and the U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals (First Circuit). He is a member of Delta Theta Phi law fral;ernity, the Bergen County, N. J. Bar Association, Fed- eral Bar Association, the Rotary Club of San Juan, Society of Financial Analysts of Puierto Rico, and the So- ciety of Former Special Agents of the FBI. In addition, Ray is a member of numerous civic and governmental groups in Puerto Rico, including the Mayor's Citizens Advisory Council of San Juan, and the Beautification and Clean-Up Camliaign of Puerto Rico. Ray and his wife and three chil- dren reside at Km. 4, Carr 186, E1 Verde Rio Gr~~nde, Puerto Rico, on the outskirts of San Juan. He hopes to attend the Society's 19th annual Convention at New Orleans in No- vernber. Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Approved For Release 2~~~lt~I~Akf~DP~2-00357R000900030~314-9 I~FTTFR,S (continued from page 2) Johnson hiding out in the hills. Don ex- pressed a strong interest in rejoining the Society. Would you please send an applica- tion form for membership to him to the following address: Donald R. Johnson, Apart- ado 5440, San Josc, Costa Rica. I was very pleased to receive the new Mem- bership Directory. Emmett L. Myers Regional Security Oillccr American Embassy Balboa, Canal Zonc Will you kindly change your records to reflect that I retired from the United States horeign Scrvicc in August 1971 and that I am now residing with my family in Mexico. Douglas B. O'Connell Calls 25 No. 5`27 Col. Alcala Martin Mci?ida, Yuc., Mexico I am grateful to Stanley Rotz for arrang- ing for me to receive the June and July ? issues of The Grapevine. However, I do not have a May issue. Could this be sent to me? Mrs. James V. Sullivan 1.812 Thornburg Road Baltimore, Maryland I couldn't stand retirement, so after I moved down here to Colonial Beach, Virginia, I took out a local license to practice law and am having a ball. Also, I have been appointed Town Attorney and that alone ]teens me on the jump. Only trouble is that it interferes with my fishing. I have to prosecute all cases in Corporation Cow~t and hancllc any appeals from same in the Circuit Court at the county scat. Lots of Fun. Next time they put out a Directory, change my "business" to "ACtorncy at Law." Am going to try awfully hard to attend the Convention, but at this time I don't know whether or not I can get one of the other attorneys in town to handle the town's court cases while I am gone. LeRoy H. (Cap) Barnard 201. Irving Avenue Colonial Beach, Virginia 22443 I have just moved from San Marino to San Clemente and my address is now 800 Camino de Los Mares, San Clemente, Cali- fornia 92672. I am semia?eti red and continue to work for Republic Corporation at Century City two days a week. Donald V. Gibbs Barnes at New Home -John V. Barnes (1942-6E), advises that he is now residing at Bella Vista., Arkansas 72712. Joins Tahoe Hotel Sta~' Harold E. Andersen (1927-43), of Carson City, Nevada, retired as chief of investigations of the Ne- vada Gaming Control Board on June 15. He is now serving as special assistant to Monty D. Hundley, general manager of the Sahara Tahoe Hotel, at Stateline, Nevada. Los Angeles Presents Hoover Memorial Gift The Los Angeles Chapter has con- tributed $50 to the Boys Clubs of America, 771 First Avenue, New York City, as a memorial to J. Edgar Hoo- ver. The late FBI Director was a mem- ber of the national board of the Boys Clubs and was deeply interested in promoting projects to serve the young people of the nation. Moves at Cedar Rapids John J. Bryant advised that he has moved from Des Moines to 3630 White Oak Road, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Poole at New Home William P. Poole (1942-70), a se- curity consultant, reports he is now located at 40202 Santa Teresa Com- mon, Fremont, California 94538. Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Approved For Release Qfl~/0~~n+C~hee~D~2-003578000900030014-9 i- - Society ofd Former Special Agents of the Federal 'Burealu of Investigatiion, Inc. BAIL,ANCE SHEET September 30, 19'71 Cash .............. ......................................... $34,104 Receivables and deposzts ............... ..................... 616 Commercial paper? CIfi Financial Corporation note, at cost (5.125 % duel0-26-71) ........... ................... 16,000 Marketable securities, !at cost (market value $10,700) (Note 1) ... 15,149 Prepaid expense .....i .......................................... 125 M:iscellaneous .......~ .......................................... 104 Li.abil:itie, Deferred Income and Fund. Balance $65,098 Liabilities: i Accounts payable (i)xcluding $2,713 due to Foundation) ............................ $ 9,066 Taxes payable ................................... 538 $ 9,604 Deferred income: Insurance company allowance ..................... $ 1,250 Ducs and initiation -.fees .......................... 34,203 35,453 Fund balance: September 30, 1971 ........................................ 20,041 Statement of Income, Expenses and Changes i.n Fund Balances Years ended September 30, 1970 and 1971 1970 19'1 Dues .............'........................ $ '78,306 $ 81,920 Initiation fees ............................ 2,370 2,590 Interest .................................. 3,387 2,339 Dividends .........:........................ 352 415 Excess of convention receipts aver expenses .. 1,422 4,578 Miscellaneous .....' ........................ 107 134 Total income .......................... $ 85,944 $ 91,976 Expenses General and administrative ................. $ 38,501 $ 37,231 Grapevine .........' ........................ 28,352 33,017 Directory ................................. '.13,246 1,500 Executive Committee meetings .............. 11,003 10,571 Regional meetings .~ ........................ :17,271 18,807 Cha ter meetin ,s .................. P I" ..... 2,900 1,712 Nominating Committee nxeetin~ : ... . ......... 1,316 1,098 Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Approved For Release 2D6~~O~k1~e~~RDP982-00357R0009000304~14-9 Excess of expenses over income ............... $(26,645) $(11,960) Fund balance at beginning of year ............. 58,646 32,001 Includes $1,800 reimbursement from insurance company received in 1970 for prior periods. (See accompanying notes) Notes to Financial Statements September 30, 1971 Note 1-Marketable securities Marketable securities represent the investment of a part of excess National Convention receipts and are to be used to defray the cost of future national convention losses, if any. Note 2-Furniture, fixtures and leasehold improvements It is the policy of the Society to charge the cost of furniture, fixtures and leasehold improvements to expense rather than to capitalize these costs. Ex- penditures for such items for the years ended September 30, 1970 and 1971 totaled $698. This amount is included in general and administrative expenses in the accompanying financial statements for fiscal year 1971. Detailed General and Administrative and Grapevine Expenses Years Ended September 30, 1970 and 1971 General and Administrative Expenses: Salaries ..................................... $15,402 $17,646 Payroll taxes ................................. 581 678 Employee benefit plans ........................ 2,047 2,087 Rent ...... .... .......................... 3,827 4,115 Printing, mailing and postage .................. 12,132 9,462 Telephone and telegraph ....................... 1,714 1,955 Insurance .................................... 97 887 Office supplies and expense ..................... 1,468 1,057 Auditing ..................................... 1,200 - Memorials and gifts .......................... 314 815 Miscellaneous ................................ 319 379 $39,101 $39,081 Less reimbursement from insurance company ...... 600 1.,850 Total .................................... $38,501 $37,231 Grapevine Expenses: Printing ..................................... $19,709 $22,538 Editorial ........... . ......................... 5,200 6,000 Mailing and postage .......................... 2,438 2,757 Convention travel ............................ 344 1,345 Miscellaneous ................................ 661 377 Total .................................... $28,352 $33,017 (continued on page 46) Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Ap~-oved For Release S~QQ~~~t~IDP~2-003578000900030014-9 _ ~_ Former ~ge~rats Hof the F.B.I. Foundation BALANCE SHEET September 30, 1971 Assets Cash (including $4,03$ in savings account and $2b,000 in certificate of deposit) .......... ................... $ 35,980 ICeceivables (including; $2,713 due from Society) ............... 3,761 Marketable Securities, at cost (market value $122,300) ........ 105,272 $145,013 Deferred Inc;ame and Fund Balance Deferred income--contiributions .............................. $ 2,268 Fund balance, September 30, 1!171 .......................... 142,745 Statement of RChanges in Fund B:~lance Years ended September 30, 1970 aYid 1971 1970 1971 Fund balance at beginning of year $109,732 $128,251 Crash received: Contributions ................ $ 25,589 $ 19,946 Interest ...........:.......... 3,183 1,960 Dividends .........:.......... 1,665 4,034 Sale of Plaques .............. 1,153 31,590 276 26,206 Profit or (Loss) on sale of securities ................. 98 (3,766) host bond coupons .............. (601) F unds available ....;....,..... $141,420 $150,090 A wards . . ...........: .......... 10,760 6,435 I~. xpenses: Travel ........... ......... 805 Printing, mailing and Auditing Committee Charles A. Severs? Dale S. Thompson, Frederic D. Vechery s~ /~e~yt~ie~id ui die /~~eu,~l (continued from kjack cover) the International Association of C'hi.efs of Police and the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI. b!e currently serves 'on the Z7. S. Chamber of Commerce panel on crime prevention. He is a deacon in, the Presbyterian Chacrch. He received a Bachelor of Science Degrec from t)ze University of Kan- sas in 195,2. Burton and his wife, Mary Jean, and their tecn~ccge daughters, Laacra and Melinda, live in South Russell, a subaarb of Cleveland, Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Approved For Release 2~01~10/~14-4~k?D~00357R0009000300~4-9 East Tennessee to Elect New Officers A business meeting of the East Tennessee Chapter was held at the City Club at Knoxville on July 11 with Chairman Stacy Kinlaw presid- ing. He welcomed a prospective new member, Jim Rike, who recently re- tired from the Knoxville FBI Office. The Chairman named John Gill, Bud Mann and Charles McNabb as a committee to nominate a slate of new officers. It was voted to send a letter of thanks to Harry Nacey, president of the Hamilton National Bank at Knox- ville, for the reception given to dele- gates who attended the Southeast Re- gional Conference in April. The next meeting will be held in September at the Bays Mountain Country Club. Attendees were Morris Best, Dexter Christenberry, Joe Fleming, John Gill, Everett Ingram, Stacy Kinlaw, R. T. Mann, Charlie McNabb, John Parker, Jim Rike, John Ruggles and W. D. Swanner. WILL D. SWANNER, Secretary Martin Retires From Post With Gulf Oil Alvin R. Martin (1940-44), a vice president of Gulf Oil Company, has retired from that post after many years of service that covered opera- tions in the U. S., Europe and the Middle East and Africa. A native of Houston, Martin joined Gulf's Law Department in 1946. He holds an LL.B. degree from the Uni- versity of Texas. In 1967 he was elected vice president and director of Gulf Eastern, and in 1968 became president of Gulf Oil Company - Eastern Hemisphere. Martin transferred to Pittsburgh in 1969 as coordinator for Middle East and African affairs, and was elected vice president for concessions and government agreements in 1970. Society Members Have Jetliner Reunion Three Society members, Bob Dore, Vince Gillen, and A. E. (Bud) Lar- sen met unexpectedly a few weeks ago while trying to locate their seats on a jetliner leaving LaGuardia Air- port, New York, for Chicago. They were able to sit together. During the trip it developed that they had more than membership in the '6ociety in common. Gillen had been Chairman of the Nominating Committee the year that Bob Dore was elected President. Bud Larsen was a member of that Nominating Committee. Larsen was subsequently elected Treasurer of the Society. Larsen was on his way to Chicago in connection with his work at REA Express. Dore and Gillen continued to Kansas City, Dore to see his radio station representative and Gillen to confer with a prospective Fidelifacts franchisee. Washington Chapter at Dinner Theater The Washington, D. C. Chapter sponsored a night at the Garland Dia~- ner Theater in Columbia, Maryland on July 28. Eighty-six X-Agents and their wives attended including neigh- bor John Montgomery, Regional Vice President from Baltimore, and Mrs. Montgomery. Although "Anniversary Waltz" was to have been presented, an unexpected unavailability of the cast on the night scheduled, prompted a substitution of "Goodbye Charlie." PAUL ERTZINGER, Chairman Approved For Release 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 Ap~vl~,?IP~o~rlBelease 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-00 5tatler-Hilton Hotel, 33rd Street & 7th Avenue,. New York, N. Y. 10001 2nd class postage PAID at New York, N. Y. STATINTL s~ ~~~~ ~ ~~ ~~ Day/id L. Burton Vice President ands General Manager of ITT Security Servlices, Cleveland. Ohio Davld L, Burton tion for five years and Intelligence Corps. Appointment of David L. Burton (195~- 59), as vice president and general manager of ITT Security Services, Cleveland, Ohio, a division of ITT Service Industries Cor- poration, has been announced by Edwin FYI. Roth, president and chief executive officer. Burton will direct ITT Seczarity Services' eccpansion in the protection and guard serv- ices Meld. Other divisions or affiliates of I~l'T Service Industries, ~x subsidiary of In- ternational Telephone and Telegraph Cor- poration, offer parking, building mainten- ance and transportation services. Burton formerly had iheen executive vice president and a director of Bzcrns Interna- tional Security Service. With a lgng back- gsrozcnd in investigation, security and law enforcement, 1~1r. Burton was a Special Agent for the Federal Bureau of Investiga- He also was director of security for both Wes~`,ern Electric Com. pang tin Neu Ydrk and Western Aztto Supply Company in Kansas City, Mo. Burton is a member of the; American Society for ifndustrial Security, (continued on page 46) Approved For Relea~e 2002/02/14 :CIA-RDP82-003578000900030014-9 i