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Approved For Release 2002/05/01 : CIA-RDP61-00391R000100180018-2 C Admisory Committee ot 0 College and University P Presidents Y Nesting, March 24, 1958 Agenda Item I, Appendix I. =ANON I. Academic Nal_umber A 7- 'ITAL LIsizaa 47 PROGRAMS BMWS TM UNIT= SUMS AND TE1N U.8.84R. AND MUNN =OM Year and Short-Term (except Summar) Programs or Grants 1 - 9 (1) U.S. and Internatioaal Organisations and Agencies 1 - 6 (2) Universities and Colleges 7 - 8 (3) Foreign Governments 9 U. Summer Projects 10 State Dept. declassification & release instructions on file Approved For Release 2002/05/01 : CIA-RDP61-00391R000100180018-2 Approved For Release 2002/05/01 : CIA-RDP61-00391R000100180018-2 13061Olitoom4:?..ELW/ssissMILIAL-MILDMILM-.0PZ Acedenic Year =I Short-term 1.2tSj_zinjzLProgteass or Drente (1) Ma. and tions OrgvirAtion Pro aam or Grant 22,12= AMMAN COUNCIL OF LEARNED SOCIETIES, joint Committee on Slavic Studies BRIM= SERVICE CONNISSION CAMEEGIS CORKRAMEON WAD 1,0tINDATION MUMS OP INTERNATIONAL EDUCAIMON See Social Science Research Council Exchange of agriculturalists with Polish Research inetitute of Pomology See inter.University Committee on Travel Grants Foreign Area 2tmUttag Pelloeshipe; Internationel Relations Training Pellowsbips; for Americans, tenable in U.S. or abroad. 1957-58: one appointee in ms.a4m., one in Yugoslavia; 1958-59: one :wrap to U.S.S.R., several to Eastern Marope. See also IIE? Inter4fliversity Consittee on Travel greats, Social Science Research Council. Under grant frau the Ford Foundation, IXE is progromdagai minimum of 38 Polish pro- fessors, researCh *cholera, and specialists in the U.S. for two to tea-month periods. Currently 19 in pot U.S.; others expected within tbe year.) Twelve American Bohol= recommended to date as consultants, lecturers, and researchers to Polish universities. This promo may be expanded. Polead U.S.S.R., it? 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A V 8 ...? ? 1-i rz, IN iliLl 01:il; 0 k 1,1111?V il Approved For Release 2002/05/01 : CIA-RDP61-00391R000100180018-2 Approved For Release 2002/05/01 : CIA-RDP61-00391R000100180018-2 0 1416 !4' II rcl h0 11 4 1 II Iz to eii Approved For Release 2002/05/01 : CIA-RDP61-00391R000100180018-2 211,1 Approved For Release 2002/05/01 : CIA-RDP61-00391R000100180018-2 1 8 if! ig t 81 otte,sv pip g IN! 10 rs14) o 801 ailm 11114141 g Approved For elease 2002/05/01 : CIA-RDP6I -0391 ROdth0018001 - c:n ci 04 1 19 12 cira 46. co 1-4 - Approved For Release 2002/05/01 : CIA-RDP61-00391R000100180018-2 Aide Memoire The Embassy of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics presents its caepliments to the Department of State of the United States of America and has the honor to communicate the fallowing. In accordance with the Agreement Between the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the United States of America on Exchanges in the Cultural, Technical and Educational Fields, the Soviet side proposes that, over ang above the technical delegations set forth in the Agreement, an additional exchange be made in 1958 of delegations of specialists in designing and manufacturing pipe-rolling sills and in producing pipes. /t is proposed that Um delegations be composed of 10 persons on each side. The duration of the visit by each delegation would be from three to four weeks. The Soviet specialists 'would like to visit the following eater- prises in the United Statea: 1. The National Tube Co. -- the plants in Lorain and Morrisville, Ohio. 2. The Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co. -- the plants in Hubbard, (bin, and Indiana Harbor, Indiana. 3. The Kaiser Steel Co. -- the plant in Fontana, California. 4. The bebcock and Wilcox Co. ? the plant in Beaver Fails, Pennsylvania. 5. The United States Steel Corporation -- the plant in Provo, Utah. 6. The Armco Steel Corporation in Middletown, Mit, Approved For Release 2002/05/01 : CIA-RDP61-00391R000100180018-2 7. The 0 Approved For Release 2002/05/01 : CIA-RDP61-00391R000100180018-2 .2- 7. The Chlo Seamless Tube Co. the plant in Shea% 4110. In addition to the firms mentioned above, the Soviet specialists wtuld like to visit the designing bureaus and the pleas of the following machine-building firms, which design and manufacture plpe- rolling and pipe-welding equiSeent: 1. The Ethna Standard Engineering Co. In Pittskursb, Fammentrania. 2. The Yoder Engineering Co. In Cleveland, Chia. 3. The Mannesman-Meer Engineering and Construction Co. in Easton, Pennsylvania. The American specialists could visit similar enterprises in the USSR. The Embassy would appreciate it if the Department of State would reply to these prOp01818 of the Soviet side. Weshington, March 31, 1958 (initialed) Department of State, United States of America, ireahington, D.C. Approved For Release 2002/05/01 : CIA-RDP61-00391R000100180018-2 Approved For Release 2002/05/01 : CIA-RDP61-00391R000100180018-2 0 /RC eaNimmerdirims 25X1A9a VFW - Frederick T. Merrill 0 August 6, 1958 Request for Intelligence &Natation: Proposed &change in the Field of Thrift Ina tl tattoos Mr. Grover W. Bosley, Bxecutive Vice Prealdent of the Rational Association of Mutual SWVin84 Dinka of the United States, has sug- gested an exchange with the Soviet Union in the field of thrift insti- tutions. An American delegetion of about six members of the Committee CA Uternationel Swinge Bank Coaperation of the Association would like to visit the Soviet Union for *bout three weeks in mid-1959 to confer with various Soviet agencies aadammeeprs of thrift inatitutions to gat a clear underetendiag of the policies and operating methods of these institutions, 2he Association would be prepared to offer reel city to a Soviet delegation. The Association is prepared to cooperate closely with the U. S. Government. The project will come up for consideration at a, meeting or Association officials in September 1958, and Mr. raszty 'would appre- ciate receiving guidenco beta* September 1. Mr. Bosley does not plan to approach any Soviet official 'anti' atter further consultation with P/RWC. It is requested that XAC be requested to provide the usual intel- ligence evaluation, proposed itineraries in the U.S. and the end other comments it way consider relevant. 25X1A9a - 8/6/58 moneammerme Approved For Release 2002/05/01 : CIA-RDP61-00391R000100180018-2 Approved For Release 2002/05/01 : CIA-RDP61-00391R000100180018-2 (NOTE: The following is the body of a letter from the Technical Program Chairman of the "Southwestern /HE Conference and Electronics Show" to East-West Contacts Staff/Department 0 of State.) 4 August 1958 The elevmthAnmmal Southwestern IRE Conferenee and Electronics Show is interested in the possibility of obtaining Soviet speakers in the field of electronics and allied sciences for its technical program. Dates for the meeting are April 16-18, 19590 The conference in to be held at the new Dallas Memorial Auditorium in Mlles, Texas, and will be under the sponsorship of the Dangle Section of the Institute of Radio Engi- neers. No classified papers are to be included in the technical pro- gram. Chairmen of the conference is W. D. J. Tucker, Yeneepr, Radio Station WI, Dallas, Texas, and Technical Program Chairman is the writer, address shown. It is our understanding that your section of the State Department has cognizance in such matters and i411 give us suggestions as to the cor- rect procedure for Obtaining these speakers if possible. We understand that one limitation hinges =whether or not Dallas is considered, au open city for this sort of activity, =dye would appreciate your infor- ming us an this point. Although the seepe of suNectnatterlbr the technical conference is limited only to electronics and related fields, we would be particularly interested in Soviet visitors who could speak authoritatively on (1) new communication techniques, (2) data systems and computlen techniques, (3) applications of solid state devices, and ()) my devolopments in audio. As the nature of our entire technical program will depend in large mea- sure on whether or not it will be possible to feature Soviet scientists as guest speakers, we must have a yes/no answer within. the next ,six seeks at latest. Accordingly we shall appreciate = early and, we hope, favorable reply. We will make no inquiriee through the National Science Foundation, Soviet Embassno or elsewhere until we shell have 'marl from you. Thank you for your effort in this natter., Very truly yours, /s/ PRANK MY Technical Program Chairman FS/db Approved For Release 2002/05/01 : CIA-RDP61-00391R000100180018-2