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Pseudonym: Wenmead, William

Definition:
Unknown identity. William D. Wenmead was a CIA contact of AMTIKI-1 (Manuel F. Goudie) in late 1961.
Category:
pseudonym
Status:
Unknown
Sources:

104-10297-10251: CABLE-IN ORDER CLARIFY EXTENT AND NATURE SUPPORT PROMISED AMBUD-1.

10/12/61: Cable from Director to JMWAVE (Orig: W.T. Ellis, Unit: WH/4/PA-PROP): Slugline JMZIP FINAN: "1. In order clarify extent and nature support promised AMBUD-1 desire Wenmead obtain discreetly from AMTIKI-1 more detailed breakdown AMBUD monthly budget, amplifying general description obtained by Passavoy from Wenmead such as number of people on payroll in different categories. Pouch priority. In later pouch include if possible names of persons on payroll. 2. Passavoy seeing AMBUD-1 Monday New York to discuss budget and other matters."

104-10215-10099: ROSS L. CROZIER, 201-168881, VOL. V.

10/28/61: Dispatch from Chief, WHD to Chief of Base, JMWAVE: Subject: JMATE/ADMIN - Transportation and Temporary Storage of HHE: "1. Please advise for what period reimbursement is allowable in each of the following instances of temporary storage of HHE which preceded the individual's actual PCS assignments to JMWAVE on 20 August 1961: Harold R. Noemayr - In anticipation of being assigned PCS to JMWAVE Noemayr phoned his HHE in temporary storage in Alexandria, Virginia on approximately 1 July 1961 from whence they were shipped to Miami on 22 September 1961. The date of the personnel action assigning Noemayr PCS JMWAVE is unknown. The date of his PCS travel order is unknown. William D. Wenmead - In anticipation of being assigned PCS JMWAVE Wenmead placed his HHE in transit storage in Washington, D.C. on 27 July 1961 from whence they were shipped to Miami on 24 August 1961. The date of the personnel action assigning Wenmead PCS JMWAVE is unknown. His PCS travel order approval date is illegible..."

104-10232-10064: CABLE-AMTIKI-1 INFORMED WENMEAD THAT AMBUD-1,'JOSE ALVAREZ DIAZ AND "AMERICAN FROM STATE DEPT" DEMANDED IMMEDIATE MEETING WITH AMTIKI KUBARK CONTACT ON BUDGET MATTERS

11/01/61: Cable from JMWAVE to Director (Orig: PW - Trouchard: Zamka Acting): Slugline JMZIP KUCAGE NONIACT: "1. AMTIKI-1 informed Wenmead one Nov that AMBUD-1, Jose Alvarez Diaz and 'American from State Dept' demanded immediate meeting with AMTIKI KUBARK (CIA) contact (Wenmead). 2. Passavoy believes this may have been in line with Hurwitz desire scrutinize admin budget for paring expenditures. Passavoy informed AMBUD-1 that attendance Wenmead any such meeting inadvisable." Authenticating Officer: Trouchard. Releasing Officer: Reingruber.

104-10215-10099: ROSS L. CROZIER, 201-168881, VOL. V.

11/15/61: Dispatch from Chief, WHD to Chief of Base, JMWAVE: Subject: JMZIP ADMIN/FINANCE/Transportation and Temporary Storage of HHE (Domestic PCS Move): "1. Reimbursement for the temporary storage of effects applicable to a domestic PCS movement is authorized from the date of the employee's departure. The maximum storage period is sixty (60) days. Harold R. Noemayr and William D. Wenmead were assigned PCS to JMWAVE on 20 August 1961. Therefore, the initial reimbursement date for storage of effects is 20 August 1961. Unfortunately charges prior to 20 August will have to be borne by the individuals since regulations do not permit storage of effects during periods when an employee is absent from his domestic post of assignment..."

Contributors:
Gavin McDonald

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