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Approved For Release 2001/07/27 CIA-RDP91-00901R000100250005-8 BIOGRAPHY OF WILLIAM J, CASEY Mt- Casey is Counsel to the-NeW-york and,Washingif.. ton law firm of Rogers & Wells. ?? Mt. Casey served as ChairMan Of-the-Secarities? and Exchange Commission from.Aprili1971untiLFebruary 1973. FromFebruary 1,1973, .until March 14, 1974; as Under Secre- tary of State for Economic Affairs he was the senior State Department official in charge of international economic policy matters. He then served as President and chairman of the Export-Import Bank of the United States until his resignation from that post on January 2, 1976. He has also served as a Member of the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (1976-77) the Commission on the Organization of the Government for the Conduct of Foreign Policy (1973-75), the General Advisory Committee on Arms Control (1969-71), and the Presidential Task Force on International Development (1969-70). While Under. Secretary of State, he served concurrently as Alternate Governor of the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank and the Asian Development Bank. Mr. Casey is a director of Capital Cities Communica- tions, Long Island Trust Company, the Atlantic Council and the International Rescue Committee. Approved For Release 2001/07/27 : CIA-RDP91-00901R000100250005-8 Namisdr411.4 APProved For Release 2001/07/27 CIA-RDP91-00901R000100250005-8 During World War II, as Lieutenant, U.S.ZI_R., he was Chief, Secretariat, OSS, European Theatre, in 1943 and 1944. Returning -to a civilian capacity, he was Chief, OSS Intelligence in the European Theatre during 1944 and? 1945.. - Er. Casey iS married. to theformer Sophia Kurz. They have one daughter, Beinaclet.te. Approved For Release 2001107/27 : CIA-RDP91-00901R0001002500p5-8 atm..; o. Amor: Lawyers Desk Wok, 1965; Tax Sheltered Investments, 1952; Framingham, Mass. 1 Nov. 6, 1929; a Rosario and Lena M. (D'Arnico) Forms of Business Agreements, 1966; Accounling Desk Book, 1967; C.; BB. in Physics, Mass, Inst. Tech., 1951; MS., U. ill., 1953, Ph.D. Where and How the War Was Fought (An Armchair Tour of the (univ. fellow), 1956; to. Marilyn Smith, Jan. 27, 1952; American Revolution), 1976; others. Home: 2501 Massachusetts Ave children-Sheryl M., Cynthia L. Phsicint Cambriik iv Force WioluMply0008- Research Center, 1951_541, se 20?1 : uIA-RDP91-00901 R0001 1956-58; with IBM, YorktreaM,-, 1f05; wtt at. ur. CASEY, WILLIAM RICHARD, ore]. Fed. Home Loan Bank Bd.; b. Standards, Commerce Dept. Washington, 1965--, Lectr. Intermit. confs. Recipient Silver medal Commerce Dept., 1973. Mem, Am. Phys. Soc., Rock ville Citizens for Good Govt. Home; 1485 Dunster Lane Potomac MD 20854 Office: Nat Bur of Standards Dept of Commerce Washington DC 20234 CASELLAS, SALVADOR, see, of treasury P.R.; b. San Juan, P.R., June 10, 1935; s. Salvador and Haydee (Moreno) C.; B.S. in Flo. Ser. cum laude, Georgetown U., 1957; LL.B. magna cum laude, U. P.R., 1960; LL.M., Harvard, 1961; in. Carmen Ann Toro, Dec. 30, 1959; children-Salvador F., Pablo. Admitted to P.R. bar, 1962; partner firm Fiddler, Gonzalez & Rodriguez, San Juan, 1965-72; commitr. uniform laws P.R., 1967-72, see. of treasury, l973-. Exec. vice chtnn, P.R. Democratic Party, 1972. Served to 1st It. AUS, 1961-62. Home: Calle Argentina A-11 Gardenville Guaynabo PR 00657 CASEY, DANIEL FRANCIS, ofel. Milwaukee County (Wis.); b. Milw.; s. Gerald T. and Magdalen Casey; BRA., U. Wis., 1954; m. Kathleen A. Acker, Nov. 30, 1957; children-. Kathryn Mary, Kari Marie, Christopher Michael, Kelly Maureen, Katyc Megen, Kaye Marie. Organizer, pees Casey Really, 1959-, village assessor; organizer, pres. Custom Design Assos., CDA Investment Corp., Universal Shelter Corp.; mein. bd. supra. Milwaukee County, 1968- . Served with AUS, 1954-56. Home: 5784 Finch Ln Greendale WI 53129 Office: 5454 S 76th St Greendale WI 53129 CASEY, MAURICE FRANCIS, ofcl. Dept. Air Force; b. Chao., June 3, 1920; s. Maurice Francis and Marie Evelyn (Rowan) C.; student U. Chgo., 1938-39, U. Miami, 1946-47; grad. Air Command and Staff Cone 1958, Nat. War Coll., 1962; exec. mgrnt. program Stanford, 1970; m. Dora Belle Neubert, Oct. 12, 1946; children-Faith M., Shirley M., M.F. Timothy. Georgcanne, Michael J. Conund, U.S. Army, 1942, advanced through grades to It. gen. U.S. Air Force; comdr. 403d Troop Carrier Wing, Japan, 1951-54; dep. dir, info. services Hdqrs. USAF. Washington, 1954-58, 62-65; air adviser Royal Danish Air Force, 1958-61; comdr. 60th Mil. Airlift Wing, 1965-68; dir. transp. Hdqrs. USAF, 1968-73; dir, logistics and strategic mobility Office Joint Chiefs Staff, 1974, db., J-4, 1975-. Adviser, mem. transp. bd. Am. U. Vice pres. McLean (Va.) Civic Assn., 1963-65. Decorated D.S.M. (4), Legion of Merit with 4 oak leaf clusters, D.F.C, with 2 oak leaf clusters, Bronze Star, Air medal with 5 oak leaf clusters (U.S.); D.F.C. (Gt. Britain); Croix de Guerre with gold star (France); D. Ulihi medal (Korea); Distinguished Medal or Honor (Greece). Mem. Aerospace Writers Assn.' Nat, Def. Transp. Assn. (pres.), Air Force Assn., Quiet Birdmen, Order of Daedalians, Greater Appaloosa Regional Horse Assn. (arcs. 1976- --). Club: Lions. Author articles in field. Home: 7017 Union Mill Rd Clifton VA 22024 Office: Office Joint Chiefs Staff 3-4 Washington DC 20330 CASEY, PATRICK, circuit judge Kanawha County (W.Va.); b. Kanawha County, Feb. 10, 1929; s. John Edward anti Faye Elizabeth (Selbe) C.; grad. Morris Harvey Coll., 1952, W.Va, U. Coll, Law, 1955; m. Bobbie Lee Shatnblin, May 29, 1951; children-Timothy, John, Mary, Bobbie, Thomas, Terence, Rose, Patricia. Right of way atty. State Rd. Comm., 1955; investigator Pros. Atty.'s Office, Kanawha County, 1956-57, asst. pros. atty., 1957.61, 1st asst. pros. atty., 1961-68, pros. atty., 1969-75; judge Circuit Ct. of Kanawha County, 1975-.. Tchr., lectr. W.Va. State Police Acad., W.Va, Edn. Dept. for Adult &In., Charleston Police Tng. Sch., I957-. Mem. W.Va. Post Mortem Exam. Contmn., 1974-- Presdl. elector Democratic party Congl. Dist., 1972. Mem. Nat. Assn, Dist, Attys., W.Va. Pros. Attys. Assn. (pres. 1969-70), W.Va. Trial Lawyers Assn., Alpha Psi Omega, Phi Alpha Delta, Home: 507 Maxwell St Charleston WV 25311 Office: Kanawha County Courthouse Charleston WV 25304 CA;90, RALPH CEDIWU, Mel. Nassau County (N.Y.); b. N.Y.C., Nov. 26, 1917; a. George Ralph and Josephine (DeN icola) C.; B.S., N.Y. U., 1939, J.D., 1948; in. Grace Milonc, July 2. 1955: children-Ralph George, Jolisa. Admitted to N.Y. bar, 1948; practice 002600)QaMly; councilman Hempstead, N.Y., 1953-61; supr. cud, 1961-65, presiding supr., 1965-70; vice chmn. Nassau County Bd. Suprs,, 1965-70; exec. Nassau County, 197I--. Man. Met. Regional Council, china., 1973-74; mem. Nat. Orgn. to Insure Sound-controlled Environment (chmn. 1973--). Nat, Assn. Counties (chum. pub. tramp. corn. 1975-76, china. water quality corn. 1974, chmn, welfare steering corn. 1973), N.Y. State County Execs. Assn. (pres. 1973.74), N.Y. State Man. of Counties (china corn. revenue sharing 1973 --), Cath. Lawyers Guild, Hofstra U. Alumni Assn., Am. Legion, Nassau County Bar Assn., Sons of Italy. Republican. Elk, K.C. tionse 2045 Baldwin et Men ick NY 11566 Office: 1 West St Mineola NY 11501 CASEY, ROBERT RANDOLPH, former congressman; b. Joplin, Mo., July 27, 1915; s. Sam Russel and Mabel (Caywood) C.; student U. Houston, 1934-16, S. Tex, Coll. Law, 1936-40; m. Hazel Marian Brann, Aug. 13, 1935; children--Hozel Mary (Mrs. Ronald Harron), Robert Randolph, Catherine, Bonnie (Mrs. Paul Quinton), Michael, Shawn, Bridget (Mrs. Howard Poizner), Eileen, Timothy, Kevin, Clk., Skelly Oil Co., Houston, 1934-35, Barnsdall Oil Co., Houston, 1935, 'Shell Oil Co., Houston, 1935-41; admitted to Tex. bar, 1940; practiced in Alvin, Tex., 1941-43; city atty., Alvin, Tex., 1942-43; asst. dist. atty., Harris County, Tex., 1943-47; practiced law, Houston, 1947-51; mem. Tex. Ho. of Reps., 1949-50; county judge, Harris County, 1951-58; mem. 86th to 94th congresses from 22d Tex. Dist.; mem. Appropriations Corn., 1966---, chmn. Legis. Subcom., mem. Labor and HEW Subcorn., mem. Agr., Environmental and Consumer Protection Subcom. Ed. dirs. Houston Speech and Hearing Center, United Funcl, Community Council, S. Tex. Law Jour.; trustee S. Tex. Coll. Law. Recipient Distinguished Alumnus award U. Houston, 1969. Mem. Tex. Bar Assn., C'. of C. (hwy. corn. 1950-58, expressway coin. 1950-58, flood control corn. 1950-61, Delta Theta Phi, Democrat. Home: 5406 Albie Rd Washington DC 20016 CASEY, THOMAS, ofcl. HUD; b. Medford, Mass., Jan, 31, 1928; s. John Bonaventure and Mary (Stone) C.; B.S., Northeastern U.. 1953; postgrad. Fed. Exec.. Inst., 1975; m. Margaret Ann Fitzgerald, July 28, 1951; children--Marianne, Susan Fe Michael T., William G. Cons. engr. A. C. Peters, Concord, Mass., 1952-57; chief ops. and maintenance U.S. Army CE., Waltham, Mass. and Washington, 1957-63; with Office Emergency Preparedness, Exec. Office of Pres., Washington and N.Y.C., 1963-73; regional dir. Fed. Disaster Assistance Adtninstrn., HUD, N.Y.C., 1973--. Mem, planning commn., Alexandria, Va., 19(r9-72, comm., 1969-72; mem. finance coin. Town of Burlington (Muss.), 1958-59, mein, stilt. bldg. cam., 1956-59. Served with USN, 1945-47. Recipient Distinguished Service award, U.S. Rep. to Corn. on Challenges of Modern Soc., 1971. Mem, ASCE, Permanent Internat, Assn, Nay. Congresses, Soc. Am, Mil. Engrs. Home; 5 HOWC3 Ave Stamford CT 06906 Office: 26 Federal Inca New York City NY 10907 CASEY, WILLIAM JOSEPH, mem. Pres.'s Fgn. Intelligence Adv. Bd.; b. N.Y.C., Mar, IS, 1913; s. William J. and Blanche (La Vignc) C.; B.S., Fordharn U., 1934; LL.B., St. John's Law Sch., 1937; in. Sophia Kurz, Feb. 22, 1941; I dau? Bernadette. Admitted to N.Y. but, 1938; chnin. bd. editors Reararch Inst. Am,, 1938-49, Inst. Bus. Planning, 1953-70; partner firm Hall, Casey. Dukle and Hurley. N.Y.C., 1957-71; chmn. SEC,, 1971-73; underseas econ. affairs State Dept., 1973-74; pres, chain, Export-Import Bank U.S., 1974-76; counsel Rogers & Wells, Washington and N.Y.C., 1976. ; mem. Press Fgn. Intelligence Adv, Bd., 1976--; lectr. N.Y. U. Inst. Fed. Taxation, 1946?50, Praeticing Law Inst., 1950-64, Mem, Cien, Adv, Com. Arras Control, 1969.71; mem. Presdl. Task Force Internat, Ozark Ala., June 14, 1944; s. William G. and Genevieve (Barr) C.; B.A., Villanova U., 1967; M.A., Augustinian Coll., Washington, 1972; m. Kristine E. Hanson, July 21, 1973; 1 dau., Sara E. Equal opportunity specialist Equal Employment Opportunity Commn., Washington, 1970-73; equal employment opportunity officer Fed. Home Loan Bank Bd., Washington, 1973- -. Staff coordinator Time Cons., prof). services in ch. ministry, Severna Park, Md., 1972--. Mem. Am. Soc. Pub. Adminstro Home: 3009 Hickory St Alexandria VA 22305 Office: 320 1st St NW Washington DC 20552 CAST!, BEVERLY HOLCOMBE, city ofcl. Bremen (Ga.); b. Atlanta, Jan, 18, 1942; d. Chester Lorriane and Balfour Julia (Davis) Holcombe; student W.Ga. Coll., 1960-62, also modeling sch., 1959-62; m. Harvey Thomas Cash, Nov. 10, 1968; children-- .Stephen Metz Holcombe, John Jackson. Modeling Mate. Personally Yours,' Atlanta, 1962-63; sec. Reynolds Aluminum, Atlanta, 1962-63, Holcombe Discount Center, Brennen, Ga., 1963.64, Coats Builders Supply, Bremen, 1964-66; city elk. City of Bremen, 1966---. Recipient Busy Beaver award WSB Radio, 1960. Mem. DAR, Ga. Municipal Assn., Internat. Inst. Municipal Clks, Home: PO Box 394 Bremen GA 30110 Office: 121 Pacific Ave Bremen GA 30110 CASII, HARDY WILLIAM, city ord. Hampton (Va.); b. Williamsburg, Va., Aug. 9, 1927; s. Hardy William and Leta (Bethel) C.; student Thomas Nielson Coll.; m. Catherine Sawyer, Aug. 29, 1953; children-Michael, Paul, Hardy William, Amy, Teresa. Adminstrv, aide to city mgr. City of Hampton, 1946.52, purchasing age, 1952-54, zoning adminstr., 1954-. See., Hampton Fire Co.-Wythe County, 1952-56; pies. Little League Baseball, 1954-58. Mem. Va. C. of C. Roman Catholic, Clubs: Elks, Lions, City of Hampton Supervisors (pres.), 1610 (chmn.). Home: 122 Algonquin Rd Hampton VA 23661 Office: City Hall Hampton VA 23669 CASH, THEODORE HUNTER, city Mal. Lynchburg (Va.); b. Lowesville, Va., Jan, II, 1941; s. Robert Mason and Sallie Lee (Massie) C.; student U. Va., 1961-62, Lynchburg Coll., 1974, Va, Poly. Inst.. 1972-74. Office mgr. City of Lynchburg, Va., 1959-71, supt. bldg. maintenance, 1971--. Mem. Am. Mgmt. Assn., Am. Inst. Maintenance, Am. Pub, Works Assn., Inst. Bldgs. and Grounds (charter). Baptist. Club: Woodmen of the World. home: 19 Robin Hood PI Madison Heights VA 24572 Office: City Hall Church St Lynchburg VA 24505 CASHIN, HAROLD JOHN, JR., councilman Manhattan Beach (Calif.); b. Los Angeles, Mar, 5, 1932; a. Harold John and Zita Ruth (Gilligan) C.; B.S. in Pub. Adminstrra, U. So. Calif., 1954, M.A. in Polit. Sci., 1964, F,d.D. in Higher Edn., 1968; M.A. in Ea., Loyola U., Los Angeles, 1959; m. Mary Louise Spalding, June 27, 1964; children-Julie Anne, Kimberly Marie, Linda Ruth, John Brent. Govt. affairs rep. Los Angeles C. of C., 1957; tchr., dept. chime Lawndale lligh Sch., Lawndale, Calif., 1959-64; dir. sch. relations Loyola U., Los Angeles, 1964-66; asso. dean fur student activities Golden West Coll., Huntington Beach, Calif., 1966-67; prof. polia sei. El Camino Coll. Torrance, Calif., 1967-76; dean humanities div. Santa Monica (Calif.) Coll., 1976-, elk. City of Manhattan Beach, 1972-74, councilman, 1974-, also mayor pro tern. Cons, project for improvement 2-year coll. teaching Am. Assn. Jr. Coils., 1969. Chum? mem. Bd. Zoning Adjustment City Manhattan Beach, 1970-72. Trustee U. San Diego. Served to It. US'NR, 1954-56. Fed. grantee via Cal. Community Colts., 1972-73. Mein, Calif. Assn, Pub. Adminstrn. Educators (exec. bd. 1972-74). Author. Foundations of Free Choice, American and Californian, 1972, Horne: 3008 Strand Manhattan Beach CA 90266 Office: Santa Monica Coll 1815 Pearl St Santa Monica CA 90405 CASHIN, RICHARD MARSHALL, AID ofcl.; b. Boston, Apr, 3, 1924; s. William David and Anna Genevieve (Keefe) C.; A.B., Harvard, 1948; A.M., Boston U., 1949; postgrad. Sch. Advanced Internat. Studies, 1959; in. Mary Catherine Walsh, Nov. 25, 1950; children-Anne Jordan, Richard Marshall, Jane Kevill, Stephen Douglas. With AID and predecessor agys., 1949-, program officer, Ethiopia, 1959-62, dir. Office Central African Affairs AID, Washington, 1962-66, mem. Sr. Serni1101' in Am. Fgn. Policy, 1966-67, dep. dir. AID mission to Ghana, 1967-68, dir., 1968-70, dir. All) Mission to Indonesia, 1970-75, asso, asst. adminstr. Office of Legis. Affairs, AID, Washington, 1975--. Served with AUS, 1942-46, Home: 4924 Ft Sumner Dr Washington DC 20016 Office: Dept State AID Washington DC 20523 CASHMAN, EDWARD JOSEPH, state ofcl. Vt.; b. Elizabeth, N.J., Apr. 19, 1943; s. Thomas Michael and Claire Agatha (Morrison) C.; A.B. in History, Boston Coll., 1965; J.D., Ant. U., 1968; m. Gail Anne Sylvester, May 29, 1966; children-Jeffrey Brian, Michael Sylvester. Cl. old. D.C. Superior Ct., 1965-69; asst. atty. gen. Vt., 1971-72; elk. Chittenden County Ct., Burlington, 1972-75; commr. pub. service State of Vt., I975-. Instr. Johnson State Coll. Served with AUS, 1969-71; PTO. Decorated Bronze Star, Army Commendation medal. Mem. Am. Judicature Soc., Nat. Assn. Ct. Adminstrse Am., Vt., Chittenden COIllity bar assns., V.F.W., Champlain County C. of C. Clubs: K.C., Lions. Home: 29 Lamoille St Essex VT 05452 Office, 101 Main St Burlington VT 05401 CASHMAN, THOMAS, state old. N.Y.; b. Newburyport, Mass., July 2, 1920; s. Thomas Joseph and Mary C. (Carens) C.; B.S. in Chein. Ertgring., U. R.I., 1947; in. Margaret Stedman, June 16, 1947; children -Margaret, Arnie Cashman Miller, Thomas, Joan, Mary Ellen. Chem. engr. J.T. Baker Chem. Co., 1947-49; various managerial positiona (len. Electric Co., Schenectady, 1949-67; dir. Bur. Radio], Health, N.Y. State Health Dept., Albany, 1968-70; die. Bur. Radiation, N.Y. State Dept. Environ, Conservation, Albany, 1970- .. Registered pron. engr., N.Y. State, Mem. Am. hist. Chem. Engrs., Am. Nuclear Soc , Conf. Radiation Control Progratn Dirs, Club: Helderberg Ski, Florae: 35 Saint Stephens Ln Scotia NY 12302 Office: 50 Wolf Rd Albany NY 12233 CASHWELI? THOMAS HERMAN, old. Guilford County (N.C.); b. Winston-Salem, N.C., Oct. 5, 1931; s. Thomas Herman and Minnie (Shaw) C.; D.B.A., U. N.C., 1953; m. Betty Jo Ann Whittaker, Sept. 1, 1960; children -Sharee Denise, Tanya Kay. Jr. accountant U.S. Gera Accts. Office, Dayton, OhM, 1953; with Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co., C.P.A.'s, Greensboro, N.C., 1956-63, sr. accountant, 1959-63; with Guilford County, 1963 , dir. finance, 19713 . Served with AUS, 1953-55. C.P.A., N.C. Mem. Am. Inst. CPA's, N.C. Devel? 1969-70; pees., chain. L.1. Assn., 1968-71; pres. Internat. h,sv C P ' Nat- Assn. couAms Rescue Com., 1970-71. Tru'ArEigsn?drAngtgise psn. County 0041 ,/271.:FGrA OPEDCF09nt-000.. USNR, 1942-45; ETO. De Fin. Officers. Home: 2920 Round Hill Rd Greenstaoro. (Washington); Sky (N.Y.C.); Metropolitan, Fe *City (Washington). NC 27408 Office: PO Box 3427 Greensboro NC 27402 u %Ai CI 1 'I CASS. JULES SILAND, ofel. VA; 6, N.Y.C., Oct. 7, 1914; D.V.11.1 Ohio State U., [936, M.Sc., 1938; m. 1940; 1 child. Research fellow Bur. Biology, Wildlife Research Sta., 1936-38; field veterinarian Bur. Animal Industry. Agr. Dept., Pa., 1938-39, vet. meat insp.. Minn., 1939-45; research fellow med. entomology, U. Minn., 1945-47, USPIIS grautee, 1947-48; lust's vet. anatomy and histology Sch. Vet. Medicine. 1948-49; biologist tech. &vet. div. USPHS, HEW, 1949-51; asst. prof. indsl. health Kettering Lab., Coll. Medicine, U. Cin.. 1951-62; chief vet. med. officer Med. Research Ser., Dept. Medicine and Surgery, VA, 1962---. Biologist, Minn. Dept. Conscrvaion, 1954-57; prin. investigator water toxicity project Ohio River Valley Water San. Common., 1951-56; cons. animal care lab. Pan-Am. San. Bur., WHO. Mexico, 1959. Rep. study sect, primate research NHL 1964. Served to sr. veterinarian USPHS, 1960---. Diplomate Ana Coll. Lab. Animal Medicine. Fellow Am. Coll. Vet. Toxicology; mem. Ain. Vet. Med. Assn., Research Soc. Animal Disease. Research in comparative biology, medicine, biol. model in bloated, research, bacterial diseases in wild animals, toxicity of chemical in water to mammals, encephalitides. Office: Med Research Ser Dept Medicine and Surgery VA Washington DC 20420 CASSANOS, JAMES G., AID ofcl. State Dept.; b. Westbrook, Maine, Oct. 18, 1918; s. George Demetrios and Caroline (Cutrubis) C.; SB.. Northeastern U., 1940; S.M., Harvard, 1949. Acting chief pub. health div. AID. Karachi, Pakistan, 1960-61; sari. engr., Dacca, Pakistan, 1961-66, chief engring. din, 966-69; chief water resources br., Saigon, Vietnam, 1969-73; chief engr., Islamabad, Pakiaian, 1973--. Served to 1st It. AUS, 1942-46. Registered prat?. engr., Mass. Fellow ASCE., Inst. Engrs. (Pakistan); mem. Insmo. Engrs. (Bangladesh). Am. Chem. Soc., Am, Pub. Health Assn., Ann. Water Works Assn., Water Pollution Control Fedn., Pakistan Soo Pub. Health Fops., U.S. Coin, Irrigation Drainage and Flood Control., A.A.A.S., Ant. Flo. Ser. Assn., Soc Intennat. Devea, Harvard Pub. Health, Northeastern U. alumni assns., Harvard Grad. Soc. Patentee in field, Office: Dept of State (AID) (Islamabad) Washington DC 20521 CASSELL, ROBERT CHARLES, ofd. CSC; b. Peoria. III., July 28. 1923; s. Robert Roy and Pauline Margaret (111nm-tan) C.; B.S., Bradley U., Peoria, 1950, M.A. (teaching fellow 1950-51), 1952; in. Margaret Theresa Thielsch, Dec. 30, 1947; children --Ernest Roy, Joseph James, William Robert, James Thomas. With CSC, I952--, chief Phila. regional investigations, 1973-75, chief Washington din. investigations. 1975-. Served with AUS, 1943-45. Mem. Assn. Fed. Investigators (pres. N.Y. chpt. 1972). Club: Toastmasters. Home: 339 Hartman Dr Severna Park MD 21146 Offices 6525 Belcrest Rd Suite 600 Hyattsvtlle MD 20782 CASSELLA, WILLIAM NATHAN, JR., ofcl. Westchester County (N.Y.); b. Alton. Ill., July 14, 1920; s. William Nathan and Martha Ellen (Stanly) C.; A.B., U. III., 1942; MS., Syracuse U., 1943; A.M., Harvard, 1951, Ph.D., 1953; in. Margaret Powers Crowley, June 22, 1946; children----John Woodson, Stephen Rowan, Mark Crowley, William Kent. Research aest, Pub. Adminstrn. Clearing Howse, Washington, 1946; instr. polit. sta. U. Mo., Columbia, from 1948, also asst, proL; with Nat. Municipal League, N.Y.C., 1953--, exec. dir., 1969---; research asso. Govt. Affairs Found.. N.Y.C.. 1954-57; vis. asso. prof. pub. adminstr. Columbia, 1957; Sr. research asso. met. region program, 1957-61; mern. Greenburgh (N.Y.) Bd. 1961-64; mem. Westchester County (N.Y.) Planning Bd., 1962--. churn., 1971 ; nem. Westchester County Indsl, Devel. Agency. 1977-, cons, infield. Mem. adv, cons, state and local govt. statistics U.S. Bur. Census, 1962-65, chmn., 1963-65; mein. area &vet. adv. bd. Com. Econ. Devel,, 1964-66; cons. in field. Served to It., USNR, 1943-46. Nat. Municipal League staff fellow, 1953-54. Mein. Am. Polit. Sci. Assn., Am. Soc. Pub. Adminstrn., Nat. Acad, Puh. Adminsirn., Governmental Research Assn., Internat, City Mgmt. Assn., Regional Plan Assn., Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Kappa Lambda, Delta Sigma Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa. Episcopalian. Club: Harvard (N . .C.). Author: Constitutional Aspects of Metropolitan Government, 1961. Contbg. editor Nat. Civic Rev., 1954 --, chmn. editorial bd., 1969 Contbr. articles to profl. pubis. Home: 100 Buena Vista Dr Dobbs Ferry NY 10522 Office: 47 E 68th St New York City NY 10021 CASSIBRY, NAP L., state senator Miss.; 6. Gulfport, Miss., Aug. 3, 1918; s. Oscar F. and Kathryn C. (Campbell) C.; m. Byrd Austell, July 20, 1952; 1 dau., Byrd. Mem. Miss. Agrl. and Inds'. Id., 1960-62; mem., sec. Harrison County (Miss.) Devel. Comm., 1962-65; admitted to Miss. bar, 1968, since practiced in Gulfport. Mein. Miss. Senate, 1968 . Mem. Gulfport and Biloxi C. of C., Am, Miss., Harrison County bar assns., SAR, SCV, Presbyterian. Elk. Home: 910 Wanda PI Gulfport MS 39501 Office: 1317 24th Ave Gulfport MS 39501 CANNON, OLIVER WENDELL, clunn. Del. Parole Is, Dover, Del.. Aug. 27. 1936; a. William Albert and Susie Anna (Cornish) Cs IS., Del. State Coll., 1960; M.S.W., U. Pa., 1968: rum. Belva Rath Robinson. May 4, 1963; children - Keith Byron, Nanci Carol. Probation officer Family Ct, Del., 1963-68, supr,, 1968-70; chmn. Del. Parole Bd., Wilmington, 1970 -.. Mem. supervisory bd. Del. Planning Agy.; criminal justice adv. corn. U. Del.; human sera adv. corn. Del. Tech. and Community Coll.; mcm. Gov. Del, Crime Reduction Task Force. Served with AUS, 1953-56, 60-63. Mem. Am. Correctional Assn., Middle Atlantic State Conf. Corrections, N.A.A.C.P., Nat. Assn, Social Workers, Alpha Phi Alpha. Democrat, Methodist, Home: 615 W 30th St Wilmington DE 19802 Office, 1228 Scott St Wilmington DE 19806 CASTEEL, WYNNE M., JR., judge Fort Lauderdale (Fla.); Is. Binghamton, N.Y., Jan. 22, 1933; s. Wynne Marcus and Mona Walker (Carnahan) C.: A.B., U. Mo., 1954; LL.B., Stetson Coll.. 1958; m. Sandra Casteel. July 31, 1954; children Cathleen. Mark, Russell. Mcpl. judge, 1961-63; asso. mcpl. judge, Ft. Lauderdale, 1968--. Served to tat It, AUS. 1954-56. Mem. Am., Broward County bar 101725AD, OAtt'Cirgs. rastl'ricilat BT'or, cip,1 oDwenIt ifohnie , Phi e: 829 Ponce de Leon Dr Fort Lauderdale FL 33301 Office: 2190 SE 17th St Fort Lauderdale FL 33316 A confidential weekly report to the securities industry The a d For Release 2001/07/27 : CIA-RDP91-00901R000100250005-8 Street tetterEdited by Myron Kande! ? 79 Wall Street New York N..10005 212 ? 267. 3100 APPRAISING CASEY'S ACCOMPLISHMENTS. Now that Bill Casey is preparing to depart as chairman of the S.E.C. for his new post an Under Secretary of .State for Economic Affairs, it's interesting to take a look at how the press is evaluating his conduct of the office during the 20 crucial months he has led the commission. These comments are especially significant considering the lengthy and contentious confirmation proceedings that made him a big question mark when he assumed the post. The general unanimity of praise that Casey has received, from even hard-boiled commentators as well as tame ones, makes clear that he is leaving some very big shoes for his successor to fill. Here are some of the press comments on his performance at the S.E.C. and his new task at the State Department: Eileen Shanahan; in an analysis piece in The New York Times: The S.E.C. has a long list of accomplishments during Casey's chair- manship... There's "much toughness" in the record he leaves behind. "He has roughed up the accounting profession; he has shocked his fellow lawyers by naming some of their group as defendants with the alleged frauds of their clients, and he has forced stockbrokers to live by somewhat stricter rules than many of them really wanted... "But it is also true that the commission under Mr. Casey has never adopted any rule or regulatory stance that was firmly opposed by those who wielded the real power at the New York Stock Exchange. ?"One of Mr. Casey's accomplishments that is least known by those who do not regularly do business with the commission is the extent to which he has revived the spirits of the agency itself. They had fallen badly dur- ing the two-year tenure of Mr. Casey's predecessor, Hamer H. Budge, who gave many the impression that he had not worked very hard at the job. "Mr. Casey's undisputed brilliance, his industriousness, and per- haps even more, his disposition to make decisions and move on to the next thing -- as soon as he felt he really had the facts -- not only buoyed the old hands at the commission, but also made of the agency once again what it has historically been: a place where some of the nation's brightest young lawyers clamor to work... "The regulatory area that seems to have been closest to Mr. Casey's heart -- the one where he has taken the initiative the most -- was that of fuller, fairer and faster disclosure of key information about companies whose stock is sold to the public... "The list of enlargements of corporate disclosure requirements is almost endless and all centered on a basic aim -- the little guy should be able to find out as much, or nearly as much, as the big guy. "It is interesting that this should be the posture adopted by Mr. Casey, a man who made millions as a big guy..." Finance magazine, in a cover story on Casey in its January issue: "Casey's latest appointment.., reveals him as the newest Renais- sance Man in an Administration only just becoming known for having any of the breed. Why does he want to do so? Casey himself, pending confirmation, is reticent about talking to this point. But he has made it no secret that he came to the S.E.C. to do a particular job, that he feels after 20 months that the commission is alive, well, and moving forward again -- and that he wants to apply his credentials and interest in international affairs to a broader world canvas. And this ambition is right in tune with current White House thinking. 'The President has given considerable thought to this rejuggling of the players,' says one Potomac-watcher. 'He thinks Casey has Approved For Release 2001/07/27 : CIA-RDP91-00901R000100250005-8 Approved For Release 2001/07/27 : CIA-RDP91-00901R000100250005-8 -4- stirred things up at the S.E.C., and he'd like to see some of the same at the State Department -- to seethe pace forced a little, to see State take a more relevant economic role.' "With all due respect to all of his predecessors, though, Casey may be credited with creating the modern textbook-by-example of how an acti- vist S.E.C. chairman can effectively deal with the securities industry in a time of deep trouble." The Economist (of London): Casey, "a brilliant, iMpatient, decisive man, will leave behind an impressive record..." In his short tenure, he "has at least started America's commission and the securities industry on the path to solving its biggest problem: how to turn the several fragmented equity markets into one central- ized whole." "Final details of the new rules for membership of stock exchanges remain to be worked out. On this issue, Mr. Casey has clearly bowed to the wishes of the men who hold the power at the N.Y.S.E.; brokers who transact appreciable amounts of business for affiliated mutual funds, insurance com- panies and the like will not be permitted as members. "There are tough new policies governing disclosure of information about corporations that issue stock... He has tried to give the ordinary investor access to corporate information that has been available only to financial institutions or other major investors. He has tried, in fact, to close some of the special avenues of information for large investors by which he himself became a multimillionaire before entering the government. Some people commented that his appointment to the S.E.C. paralleled that of Mr. Joseph P. Kennedy, who was a poacher turned into a gamekeeper by President Roosevelt in 1933. The comparison is wry -- but high praise, and mainly deserved." John Pierson, State Department reporter for The Wall Street Journal: "The abrasive, smart, hard-working and ambitious Mr. Casey can be expected to take his new job and run with it."... White House press secre- tary Ron Ziegler went out of his Way to emphasize the 59-year-old Mr. Casey's abilities and the importance of his new assignment. "His tenure as chairman of the S.E.C. has been marked by the kind of strong and innovative leader- ship which the President feels is essential for the new post," Ziegler said, adding that the President regarded the Casey appointment as "one of the most important" he'll be makin% in his second term. Jerry Finkelstein, publisher of The New York Law Journal (on whose board of editors Casey serves), in a signed, front-page editorial: A "brief but significant" period in the history of the S.E.C. will come to an end when Casey leaves. He has presided over a period of dramatic change in securities law -- "a period almost as innovative as the months following the establishment of the S.E.C... The activity of the last two years will continue to challenge the commission for many years to come." But Casey would be the first to admit that while chairmen come and go, the commission staff remains "not only to continue past policies but to create new ideas required to meet the changing needs of the securities mar- kets... Overworked because of their small number and underpaid by private- industry standards, the staff has continued to be an effective, fair and creative force for the progressive good of the investing public." Approved For Release 2001/07/27 : CIA-RDP91-00901R000100250005-8