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November 28, 1956
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Approved For Release 2002/05/08: CIA- 83R000200080058-3 DR-526 DEPUTIES' MEETING Wednesday, 26 November 1956 PRESENT: Sr. Dallas. General Cabell, Messrs, Wisner Amory, 25X1A9A White, Messrs. Kirkpatrick, don (part of mtg.), General Mr. Dulles: Noted that during his trip tol yesterday 25X1A6A had an opportunity to have conversations with our contacts and also the Chief and commen? 2 X1A5A1 ai rectos *at favorably impressed with s or these people. Thor aHasH opinion t 2$X1AgA in a great maaany, iInstances weakens its recruiting possibilities in view of our security regulations and in particular tie---- f*'C that "thee young married non are not allowed to discuss their day's business In any way, shape or form but rather must restrict the m arses to the weather", The Director went on to any had also indicated that we lose people as a result of the time it takes to obtain clearances, and to this connection remarked he (DCI) had felt for some time that Security is too restrictive in approving outside contacts which our people wish to make In the conduct of their daily bisiness. Col. White and Mr. Kirkpatrick pointed out that in most cases Security does not prohibit contacts but rather furnishes any derogatory information on the person to be contacted as a flag, thus permitting our people to act accordingly, Mr. k trick went on to soy that 4 bending too far baackwaard n not permitting Its people to g in his opinion th Is in all probability ouch with doubtful characters and at the Director's request, undertook, together with Col.. Whitey,, to look Into the above, Mr. Kirkpatrick also noted that he received an letter from Dr. expressing his views on our security procedures. 25X1A5A1 b) Reported that General Crittenberger, whom he had seen to New York, had passed on to his Mr. Condon's report gave to Sr. Wisner for his comments, ion of taking this report up at the 0CB. too long and complicated. General Gabells Reported that he attended a conference at at the White House yesterday afternoon on the Hungarian Refugee situation and acted that had expressed the aso said he thought that the guidance we Approved For Release 2OOl(" ? -La-PnP7g- 01'83R000200080058-3 Approved For Release 2002/05/08 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000200080058-3 25X1C1OB was mode plain that the U.S. is lagging behind other countries in arranging for these refugees to enter the U.S. Ile stated it had been agreed that 25,000 would be allowed to Immediately and would be processed after entry. Mr. 1 noted fie thought now was a golden opportunity for 25X1 Approved For Release 2002/05/08 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000200080058-3