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December 7, 1956
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Approved For Release 2002/05/08 CIA-RDP76-00183R000200080039-4 DEPUTIES? MEETING 25X6 Friday, 7 December 1956 PRESENT: Mr. Dulles, General Cabell, Messrs, Wisner, Amory (part of mtg), Colo White Messrs. Kirkpatrick, Mr. Dulles:: Sheldon, Gen. c) Noted his intention of raising at the next OCB meeting the fact that U.S. officials stationed in iron curtain countries are not talking and fraternizing with the people of the country to which they arefcredited and as a result we are failing to Approved For Release 2002/05/018 - 0183R000200080039-4 Approved For Release 2002/05/08 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000200080039-4 4 deal of intelligence information. The Director ized this problem presents a problem within itself bear of these countries the locals are prohibited to Americans. Mr. Kirkpatrick pointed out that in eation with a returning newspaperman from Moscow 25X1A6a had been restraint o o tion on the current situation itr and asked AD/ CI to 25X6 include a roundup on that country in an early edition of the CID. 25X68 25X1A6a dl Noted a cable faroa containing info oted a tele noted ACTION: COP as to whetha advised that apparently Amb. Bohlen had put some abassy officials taalting with U. S. reporters in rearesentatl to watt ould no' he receive to appear befo, Itshingtou in or some other q do this, he wou i s way book. ACTION: 0:F)/Y oral ing him. or his a U.S.~`Uthu*nisaa near future and d leave it to Mr fled officer shoo . should sto Approved For Release 2002/05/08 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000200080039-4 Approved For Release 2002/05/08 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000200080039-4 Mr. Amory: Noted an article in today's New York Herald Tribune indicating that technical and scientific intelligence on Soviet aviation advances is not reaching our manufacturers and in particular that "CIA should be thoroughly briefed by the industry on what items are important" and commented this was not true since the Air Force and we are constantly in touch with the Air industry. General Cabell noted that Gen. Samford. when Director of Intelligence, USAF, had turned down requests for briefings by the Aircraft manufacturers and had indicated to him (General Cabell) that this was the responsibility of CIA, General Cabell said he had advised General Samford that this was not our business. After some discussion General Caabell recommended that this problem be placed before the IAC. The Director agreed. ACTION: 00/I Mr. Wisner: b) Noted he had been advised that the H.S. will soon fire an inter-continental ballistic missile and CIA may be asked for comment on the impact of the publicity given to this in foreign countries. Kirkpatrick Recommended that we debrief Senator Allen J. Ellender and Congressman Albert Thomas as a result of their recent trips abroad. The Director approved. ACTION: IG Col. White: Received the Director's approval to handle direct with Gen. proposed visit to Approved For Release 2002/05/08 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000200080039-4