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Norman Stark Paul, American lawyer. Member Council Foreign Relations, Beta Theta Pi, Phi Delta Phi, Wolfs Head.


Paul, Norman Stark was born on March 23, 1919 in Stamford, Connecticut, United States. Son of Doctor Voyle Abrams and Ada (Stark) Paul.


Graduate Choate School, 1936. Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1940. Bachelor of Laws, University Virginia, 1946.


Admitted to New York bar, 1947, District of Columbia Bar, 1968. With Bleakley, Platt & Walker, New York City, 1946-1948. Deputy assistant to administrator international security affairs, German affairs, ECA, 1948-1952.

Director for mutual security, program adviser Middle East and Asia, 1952-1954. Regional director for Near East Africa and South Asia, deputy director Foreign Operations Administration for Congressional relations, 1954-1955. With Central Intelligence Agency, 1955-1960.

Assistant to secretary defense for legislative affairs Department DEf., 1961-1962. Assistant secretary defense, 1962-1965. Under secretary Air Force, 1965-1967.

Lawyer firm Chapman Duff and Paul, Washington, 1967-1978.


Member Council Foreign Relations, Beta Theta Pi, Phi Delta Phi, Wolfs Head. Clubs: Yale (New York City).


Married Bettie Huffard, September 30, 1944. Children: Margot Paul Kneeland, Susan Paul Gardner, Norman Stark, Jennifer.

Doctor Voyle Abrams Paul

Ada (Stark) Paul

Bettie Huffard

Margot Paul Kneeland Paul

Susan Paul Gardner Paul

Norman Stark Paul

Jennifer Paul