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She was retained for duty inFOrti.igal for this office but circumstances re- quived that she spend considerable the in Washingttn prior to her departure. 2. 4 ? ? Lis the period of Miss Black's service iaWashington* she met socially General Bo tioneral Ivan Louis Beigb.edar y Ationsa) 0, a Spanish seatrel4 who ismsediate4 and -ardently began to eulti air 14oek ,oseisall* Itia. Blsoic reported to Zr.l bOr isasediate 'aitperior in OSS, that a , aelvtiol B Coed be developed t it was iiittoiaao, n towt of the interest of 0$3 in ula matter* atilki on additional,: expralusion ? ?14114 0.0turitkr VItivved lass Black Its wLth .tionstraill* 4kkid this 'Securing- ity her* as r such frier4ship* of sucb information as 't ,g0 tn it* operations* ? !1' obtained by litise Black r was regularly made *voila. 4* lie? ri a tot in:m*0 or tho var. mots* iipis astir for such 3. PurPoso? * iseitor vtlich information conserning .silivan to bath 43-2 and. the FBI art oviing partspbrue or * sables dated 104(411sy 6$8 from lir. ;NUM R. 4:1 ? :7;4, - ,,2),V4???? :.7; cr?,?:. ''.1"'"?"-""*"440..",i4m'',"""??44,41.610?04:X?14*.cRiteriraglSisWi4;441,144.4464:010420-taikiKt104410,4=:: ? ?? t ? 1t?-: .1.1; 1.? - 6 r- ji-7, A...i. :.''' ? . ' . ?''?J - , 1, t ? ' ., '`, ?- ,.: ;?? t? ehiwo.W.A..4.4k42144d.tAilm....,Atigmariimi - , r? ,, ., ?f- : ' ' 'Z11.1 i . ''' ? SE,C)R ET / Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17 : _ MINIM :11 tt .::?""ett; ueciassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17 ? CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 111 SECRET ItA, able** tine bets,* that arrivs3. of 0-en Bop Inadt was prOpond to leavo as a foroign as* 11114011.11116 A3.4 131004iatoly upon his arrival,* Son* 71, sot Slosh sot tin relationship appeared bo so favorabla tautt SU* lavd.red as to 110101ber or mat the contact should be scatinuoide, I4kom I diSseiroyed that 044 bad sone intorost 1* look 11.0 I diesnOsod tho oattor witb Colo I. retwasted that Black yassen.tata eon". lest so that oertsin data la whist% 0$5 and 04 bad inetual totorest could bo dovelepod? A lithert thy* when Bleak nada applicatiou for on. exit visa to go to Csaada 111111 chockollIon Sleskts ocoupottion with G?wak. Oen* Xronor din *wooed the subloet with as and statod that be would handle that situation with PBX. Black was ~oil omit vise* lator nook roturnot to politaba r." a 01340.4 forstral OSaigostent wHoh also InvolIod the Oen* ao ptaturo? I conferred im tho ettolo oub-floot at lonilth with William* and Roach of YR/ approxisuitaU the first week in act- itbara This sonversation eontivated by PRIEt&Tfarno 'fiao prossots I rsicalMoolod to $sakeh the possi*. of 00$ end YEIIIiathat ISIalk jointly for itashinaton tb. event that Bleak la for. tot astigniaoat did.'nOt throw :h.*,I 'Muted that wore net otharliee intorosted in retain.* ing boy soritissa? 114101,P to provioas wire. ti mog dissettlis Us* mord fro* you ar- fatreitipa essigooent did not go ' 'Nat that eakbloo* _Ss *OW tig324m* dovoloped that it will allela tor litaa aleck 10 sorry out the original to POrliatilt htsb bad boon planned for her, with *Po OSS haw Ipoita tessinated am of 1 De- VOW alio ?01,3? 4 to* Lisboa, i tb?U Jose Bono 411011 beingber 100 trim PhiladolPhioa with tristrustions te 4111111410 for bar sir transportation trim Lisbon to Len- ds* U - . 3he was instrmitfred that mho was Ltaitip to SW** 11127 contact* on bo.- ? SECRET , Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17 : Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 OSS FORM 4001a Pate 9 December eit, To: CAPTAIN L?FI`A; .47 IN" j ' 9, C? E ) * lq ,? ',L n"*"1, - f ? ^-- ..mw.... Mr, tdheston would like the material contained in this memo to be put in the form of a memoN for the Secretary, Joint Chiefs of Staff, with an accompanying letter of transmittal which can be purely formal. This Is pursuant to oral ar- rangements with Col. Gridley and Captain Loftin. (91139) i -,...i-.14".".." wt e....400,040,00........... ? ? .6...44,......... ? ........ ..? J. 4....?????????li isio..??????????? -Off ice of the Secretariat / v.4,?????41.1?. - . 47- v rtv /Vdt r a a:ve I .0'004 s t r:-.717:77 ? ? ? tt-:1 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 ? Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 1441.?????? wwwwwwwwg _ r?????.. rfi,7tee: VT-T.WP71"4??!! ? _ e ei 11.). OF1FICE OF STRATEGIC SERVICES r? INTEROFFICE MEMO TO: Mr. Charles Cheston FROM: Major John T. McDonough SUBJECT: The General B. incident (Miss Black) I. Miss 131acki a. interview with FBI - Some days after Mr. Murphy's departure on _October 28th,. for LOndollt MiES Black telephoned to say that a Mr. liebley had asked her to call at the FBI or an interview. She complied witb his request, and later reported to the writer that during the course of their conversation the principal subject was the matter of her exit per for her trip to London via Lisbon. Reference, 1:Ili/sever, was made by Mr. Mebley to Mr. J. R. Murphy, and instead 5ts4,ing fraxikay that she was employed by OSS, Miss Black simmered his questions vaguely. No particular reaction on the part of Mr. Mebley was noted by Miss Black, however, and -their qoavermation ease to a polite conclusion.. the meantime, the writer had discussed Miss Blapk's In Weriaimg Ina visit with lir. .rt Will, one of our X-2 men. Vir. Will actually departed. for London the day before that visit took 'plata, and.. on his arrival he reported our conversation to Mr. DATE: Dec. 8, 1943 vanaty - 1100AggifilWia?101,00.4?100filtaqtrapopeo,.......?, - '''rjrt,37 'Irr-'1,15fv?;:r-l'rfnc?rirei, ? , Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17 : CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 t4. _ The latter promptly recommended that we terminate our relations with Miss Black and cancel plans which had been arawn for her assignment in the Iberian Peninsula. Before relieving Miss Black of her duties, however, I talked to Col. Rodrigo of G-2, who said that it would be very much worthwhile to have Miss Black continue her original assignment, provided it was clear that the FBI's interest in her did not prejudice her chances of success. It was decided, therefore, not to make a final decision regarding Miss Black until she had received her Portuguese visa. II. Captain. Loftin's call to Col. Buxtaill: On Thursday, November 18th, Captain Loftin telephoned Col. Buxton and advised him that the FBI was going to lodge a formal complaint with the JCS that OSS had been in contact with General B. Col. Buxton telephoned the writer, who explained that the X-2 Branch had an indirect contact with General B. through one of our representatives. It was pointed out to Col. Buxton that oar Miss Black had met General B. at a party soon after his arrival in this country and he immediately developed a romantic interest in her. He continued to court her ardently and was, at the time of Col. Buxton's call, still in contact with her. 1 -NT Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13XOnnni prinninrityprww, i???=, +=cf p74-. ? ? "E? i41 4 .101'1" ? ? ? Declassified and A proved For Release 2013/09/17 :_CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002:9 ? _3 ? 16.)a-.4...0:t IL The writer pointed out to Col. Buxton that, through Mr. Murphy, Miss Black had frequently reported pertinent infor- mation of interest regarding General B. to Col, isodrigo of G-2. It was further stated that the writer understood that Mr. Murphy had spoken to General Strong about Miss Black's activities, and further that her connection with OSS had been cleared not long ago with the FBI. It was further explained to Col. Buxton that Miss Black was employed with the thought in mind of sending her on an assignment to the Iberian Peninsula. The original plan was to have her leave the United States for Lisbon early in the autumn. Unfortunately her application for a Portuguese visa was slow in forthcomimg and was eventually granted to her on November 26th. III. Visit of Col. Goodfellow and the writer with After the above facts had been reported to Col. Buxton, the writer met with Col. Goodfellow and Col. Buxton in the latter's office, and it was suggested that a visit be made to Captain Loftin. This visit was arranged, and the exact nature of our interest in Miss Black and General B. was explained to Captain Loftin. ?????,..." oh ? %Pal Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13Xnnnni PrInn -,????.12A 4,11 ? .774, ? 4 ? 4 ? 74 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 -4 - IV. In view of the conflicting statements involved in the case, it was agreed that a cable be sent to Mr. Murphy asking for a detailed statement from him as to the nature of his contacts with G-2 and FBI regarding Miss Black. Accordingly, on November 19th, the following message was sent to Mr. Murphy in London (a paraphrase of SAINT cable #8061): 9e understand that the FBI has complained to the JCS that OSS has been in touch with General B. Explanation of the facts about Black's contacts with Gen. B. was made to Captain Loftin. We under- stand that you made Black's activities clear to the FBI and Gen. Strong who both now deny it. Please cable all details of your meeting with FBI and Gen. Strong as they concern the contacts of Black -ith Gen. B. Until this situation is straightened out we will delay deciding the matter of terminating our relationship with Black." On November 22nd, Mr. Murphy sent the following cable in answer to the above inquiry (paraphrase of SAINT cable #8351): 4"4- ci- C:*4 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 ? ? ? ? ????? _5_ 01.:1* %)1.4.411 IL \111A short time before the arrival of Gen. B., Black was prepared to leave on a foreign ass igament. Almost immediately upon his arrival, Gen. B. met Black and the relationship appeared to be so favorable that Black inquired as to whether or not the contact should be continued. When I discovered that G-2 had some interest in Gen. B., I discussed the matter wi.:1 Col. Rodrigo. He requested that Black maintain contact so that certain data in which OSS and G-2 had mutual interest could be developed. A short time later when Black made application for an exit visa to go to Canada FBI checked on Black's occupation with G-2. Gen. Ironer discussed the subject with me and stated that he would handle the situation with the 3BI. Black was granted an exit visa. Later Black returned to prepare for a special foreign assignment which also involved the Gen. B. picture. I conferred on the whole subject at length with. Williams and Roach of FBI approxinately the first week in October. This conversation confirmed by PRIEST who was present. I recommended to Roach the possibility of OSS and FBI using Black jointly for work in Washington in the event that Black's foreign assignment 014k41_ `" -,-"?,.-0A'" ? ? Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 ? -6- t did not go through. I stated that we were not otherwise interested in retaining her services. Please refer to previous wire directing dis- continuance. When word from you arrived that the foreign assignment did not go ahead I sent that cable." V. Visit of Mr.. Cheston and the writer with Captain Loftin: NinlionmallimNr Wa.M?Me......?/..?????1?1 On the day following the arrival of cable #8351, Mr. Cheaton and the writer again went to see Captain Loftin and shamed him the above cable. He decided to do nothing further about reporting the facts to the JCS until Col. Gridley's arrival in the United States. Later, when Col. Gridley reached Washington, the writer discussed the Black incident with Mr. Cheston and Col. Gridley. Col. Gridley then requested this report giving the facts of the cwt. In the meantime, the writer, after consultation with Mr. Choston and Col. Rodrigo, arranged to terminate Miss Black's tit , girirriSt Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 13.10wwww,wwww? www,b????????,- ? . w V ???? ? r OL.t.h1L.1 services with OSS and this was done on Wednesday, Dec. 1. Under written orders she was given clearly to understand that she was to proceed to her home in London via Lisbon, and she was not, under any circumstances, to make any contacts on behalf of OSS enroute to London. She sailed for Lisbon on the SS JOAO BELLO on December 2nd frog Philadelphia. She was instructed to arrange her air passage frog there to London as soon as possible. A priority was granted her by the British prior to her departure from the USA. She was told to report to Mr. Murphy in London for a final conversation. ? ,e a ossmmiennee,..1w41,S1 ti itimi.161461444,;0040e61;)044..':::i! -.44 Di' ? . ' tA- ot ? Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 r*I?11 Lt, I ,"firgAME /I) /77. 001*.lommoin?.4.6.1 ? ?? Of? ? ? ?f? , , 8 lOsiseabor 1945 Captain Curl** G. Bakesy 91$ - 20th Street Santa Monica. California Captain Bakesyt I should like to acknowledge on behilf of Genera Donovan, who Is presently absent from the country* your letter of 2 Dreenber 19430 requeeting the Genera/ te endorseasnt of your applieation for a position with the 'United States Illaritime Nowt**. ? In view of the General's absence, and sine* we no longer have with is Zr. Jame B. Opoata whonyou also nentiow in ;your letter, I "Ink the best thins midair the cirsunstenees would bi forr us to hold year letter and show it to the flosiowel wpm his return. This we will be glad to smrsonAct . ? , D.. ? o lirin7 truly yours, FOR TM DIRECTOR:, Charles S. Chest= A,oting Assistant Director 41,-,..u.1114 ? ? ? ----- ' ? : t- - .. ' - Itittiiinlada.10-sgbilli ? ? '???? Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 40, ? ?34.? Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17 ? CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 Colonel William j. Donovan Washington D.C. Dear Colonel Donovan: f ?I ...,h"..#4,? Santa Monica Calif. December 2 p 1943. Mr. James B.Opeata had writen to me * over a year ago, informing me, that there was no opening for me with the Coordinator of Infor- mation Department. Since then, I was engaged in salvaging sunken ships. However ,I am not so good now, in going down beyond the hundert feet mark, as sometime it is required. Therefor I au again reaching out for an other atmosphere, in which I am better fited and my experience in that line would be of greater value . For this reason I am taking the liberty of writing again soliciting your s help in obtaining it. The U.S. Maritime Service has many trainlng schools in California, having thous ends of young men enrolod in the Merchant There is VD ',Shore Policensupervision over them, as there is in the Southern Marine . Navy. I had several conversations with Lt. Stuart L.Patton, 12th Regional Enrolling Officer, on this matter, who after inspecting my credentials as a tea-captain (sailing ships) and as an investigatortdecleared that I am ospecialy suited for the position organizeing and directing tne already propomed Mornhant Marine Shore Police , in coliboration with othez law enforcement agencys. Be has written to Commander H.H.Dreany, Assistant Com- Landsat U.S. M. S. Training Organization W.S.A. National Theatre Bldg. , Washington OS, D.C., recommending my appointment. He also suggested, that if I knew someone in Washington who would put in a good word for me to write immediately. Therefor I am writing this to you r hoping that you will find time calling the above Commandant recomending icy appointment. I am *specie:1y Med for the position as I am a seafaring man, having spent over 2$ years before and abaft the mast on large sailing ships in all parts of the world. I as well versed with the shore life of sailors and the verioas pit-falls prepared for them . I know the Pacific coast harbors and the officials thereof* intimately. Relative my experience as an investi- gator and director of police organisation I need not tell you, as you will remember the 'Bureau of Railway Intelligence" the highly efficient organisation I have created for the NJ. Corporations. Relative integrity, you will alio remember the Arthur,N.Sager episode. In recomending me to that position, that is to be placed in charge ok-si *hors Police organization, and the erection of such force ,-,I la aureithat the confidence you may place in me will not be misplaced. Thanking you and sending you my very best wishes an siactor17 ever at your service 41 019204,Segiliti,413PareLlagnatirdO?atiotowasr?Tokrir so.4.4?-, ? 40.4w Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: 61,,ea Cart. Chae.G.Bskesy 913 20th St. Santa Monica Calif. Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 ? .......,-.0????4???;1.-squtrx ? J. t (26) beelamber 1943 ? ? ? Acit Ara* Barbant Batty 91%4 'Cedar AVOZRIO long Bilkftehjp Cal.ifonita Dostr Batty: ? 212 General Donovants absence, I should like to aelesolfledge your letter cortoeming the DougIais Aircraft plasit at r?ong Ei4Daehi CalatZornia. returite I Quell mho. your letter to General. Donovan uport A .1 trse4 yourat U. PoistInAU gto Zrt, br, 1 z, I I 4k* Coiditterli. tiro ?racer r - ? . - 4- ' 7.?.;;;?? ?A? Vi?%?,,,i'l? ? , F ???? ??-1 .n ? ' n,nn ? - r ' ? '.?`;'''? .,. .'*r-'-n????` ? ?1" ' 344'?- ' OITV J.41.?:??";'?`. t P?;,71". , .?. ? Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 NIIMV,S;p1m. .1v..,??-A?gz,lerba=r?????XVIRMA. rk.; ? Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 ? ( ' ,12 "1/4 -> rt-71Ti- \ ? General William J. Donovan Washington, D.C. Ia. Dear Bill Donovan, want you to know of the situation in these pLrts - proof of which (too long to give here) I have first hand after 9 months employ in Douglas Aircraft Co; Long Beach, Calif. One learns these facts from inside ?nix - I had my eyes opened in receiving inspection. (1) The U.S.Emi4oyment Office, Long Beach and the War manpower Commission are under Nazi control. (2) The Douglas Plant itself is operated by 5th columnists in all the key positions. The Plant Manager Huggins admitted same to me, saying: "Are so many we do not know what to do with them", when I confronted him with the sabotage that goes or. It is the most perfectly camouflaged set up imaginable. (3) Plant Protection Officers are all "in" on it. (4) Head of Army's Detectives Fred Onthank is a Nazi-Prus- sian type. (5) The Army's Auditing Dept is a huge office of Inter- national crOdikS. (6) The special Auditing Dept - here by Congressional Order to check the checkers are Nazis - headed by a stooge vy name Lawrence Sawyer - I challenged him on situation - he be- came so nervous he had an attack of nervous hiccoughs, (71 Inspection i both Army and Plant, is largely in hands Of aSis - that is why so many plane-accidents in this country 1 16#0 EtleVesGONOLIVAllseetaromproews??????? ? 44?1.41,. - - , , , Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17: CIA-RDP13X0000iRnnninnMnrw) (-1 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/17 : CIA-RDP13X00001R000100030002-9 U These investigations carry me afield and I have flirthar discovered that: (a) The Intelligence Office of Sixth Ferrying Crmnand Group Long Beach is axis controlled. (b) The Anti-Aircraft is spotted with disloyal members. The same as in France awaiting the hour to rise. (c) The press, The L.B.Sun and Press - Telegram are owned and operated by Nazis and a regular propaganda campaign is carried on. not for this War 11 but for War 111. (d) They are in Post offices, Schools, Churches carrying on in a way to make John Carlson's "Under Cover" a primer. 441) "California Legislative Joint Fact-Finding Committee on Un-American Activities" of Los Angeles is doing a very questionable. work. (f) Here is the blow: The F.B.I. in this area are doing nothing. 1 had the fact proven to me from many angles and so from J.Edgcr Hoover down, they are not doing their job. Hiding under all the talk about Juveniles Welfare, etc. I told the Los Angeles F.B.I. They would(?) soon be taiiing charge of Day Nurseries, solely. The Plant Manager told me I could do nothting, saying "If you report it to Washington to the kresident of to tbe Comp- troller General they will never see or hear about it. If you wish more in detail, I can furnish it. 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