The Hoover Institution was founded at Stanford University, Palo Alto, Calif. His grieving mother turned the prey of numerous spiritualists, one in all whom persuaded her to begin a spiritualist university, based on such mystical Eastern teachings, as The balance between evening and day is the stability of the world, and The mainspring of the movement of the world. Due to the problem of organizing these doctrines into a coherent academic curriculum, Mrs. Stanford was dissuaded from the thought of a spiritualist college, and the present Stanford University then got here into being. British American Continental Corp., Electric Shareholdings Corp., Hydroelectric Securities Corp., Manati Sugar Corp., St. Regis Paper, Swiss American Electric, Prudential Investors, International Holdings and Investment Corp., the last two being firms controlled by Societe Generale and Francqui. Sprague Electric, which interlocks with the protection agency GK Technologies, of which former President Ford is director. Science Advisory Committee, Bell Labs, chmn Energy Research Board naval analysis MIT, Argonne Lab, IBM fellow; William T. Coleman Jr.; Edwin E. Huddleson Jr. regulation clerk to evaluate Hand, Justice Frank Murphy, and the State Dept.; basic counsel Atomic Energy Commission, president Harvard Law Review; Charles F. Knight, chairman Emerson Electric, protection contractor controlled by the Symington family, director Standard Oil of Ohio, McDonnell Douglas; Michael E. May, born in France, physicist at Livermore Nuclear Lab, National Security Council 1974; Lloyd B. Dforrissette, now president Markle Fndtn, vice pres.
Washington; William J. McCune Jr. chairman of Polaroid; Teddy F. Walkowicz, chairman Natl Aviation & Technology Corp.; and Robert C. Sprague, vice pres. Sec. AF 1950-51, Chmn AEC 1958-60, director CIA 1961-65; N. Loyall McLaren, president of the billion dollar James Irvine Foundation, was treasurer of the UN Conference at San Francisco 1945 beneath Alger Hiss, was also appointed to Allied Commission on Reparations 1945; Jeremiah Milbank, New York financier, head of the Milbank Foundation and director Chase Manhattan Bank; George C. Montgomery, chairman of Kern County Land Co.; William I. Nichols, publisher of THIS WEEK, served with War Production Board 1942-45; David Packard, chmn Hewlett-Packard – his private fortune increased by $1 billion in 1983; Richard M. Scaife, vice pres. Benton Fndtn, chairman of board Jewish Theological Seminary, received George F. Peabody award; Paul G. Rogers, Congressman from Florida, now partner the influential Washington regulation firm Hogan & Hartson; Dennis Stanfill, Rhodes Scholar, chairman twentieth century fund, was with Lehman Bros., now treasurer Times Mirror Corp. The brand new treasurer of the Smithsonian Museum, Ann Leven, was previously treasurer of Museum of Modern Art, also senior vice president of company planning at Chase Manhattan Bank. Sec. Interior, now president of COMSAT; David Tennant Bryan, married into the Harkness household, chmn Media General; Willard C. Butcher, former chmn Chase Manhattan, now director American Enterprise Institute; Joseph Coors, director Heritage Foundation; Charles A. Dana Jr., director Manufacturers Hanover Trust, Dana Foundation; Shelby Cullon Davis, was with CBS 1932-34, financial adviser to Dewey in his Presidential campaigns, Ambassador to Switzerland 1969-75, trustee of Princeton, Heritage Foundation; Maurice Greenberg, president American International Group; Alan Greenspan, president Economics Advisers since 1981, marketing consultant to U.S.