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June 17, 1957
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Approved For Release 2001/03/30 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000200100029 , ' DM-577 IRS" MUTING / Monday, 17 June 1957 25X1 ~'9a 25X1A9a PRESENT: Dr,, Dulles, Gen. Cabell. Gr. Wisner, Mr. Amory, Mr. Dulles: s. Kirkpatrick, a) toted he had prepared a memorandum for record of his meeting an Thursday, 13 June, with the President's Board, Notes This memorandum will be circulated. 25X1A9a Approved the designation of as 1),,,t, 25X1A9a 25XI1 A 25XIA c) Noted he had seen General Curtis LeRoy during the Secretary of Defense"s Conference at Quantize end General Le effective 1 July, In this connection the Director said he had discussed with the President"s Board the possibility of an exchange of letters between the President and himself covering coordination of intelligence and noted he felt very strongly that these letters should be made ~ubl in addition to being circulated to the .IAC. ACTION: to draft letters for XI" s approval? Director for Coordination and as Executive Officer, 25X1A9a had *complained" SAC was not being kept fully informed on A 9VATONE activities* The Director said he had very frankly told the General that this was not his understanding and in feet he considered SAC as somewhat of a partner in this project. d) Noted he had advised Adm, Strauss that: 1) he was opposed to G.S. agreement flatly denying - and other countries 25X1A6a the right to manufacture weapons; 2) the 0.S,, should hold to the statement that along with other nations should 25X1A6a have the right to produce General Cabell: to be doubly alert to learn about and report future demonstrations romped up. He said in effect every American now stationed in a 'oreign country is a walking incident and CIA stations would have a) Referred to the recent riots en Formosa and commented !that with the number of American troops and D,s* civilian personnel now residing and employed in foreign countries, the law of averages would certainly bring about other demonstrations against the D.S. I resulting from crimes committed by American personnel either real or Approved For Release 2001/03/30 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000200100029-2 25X1A6a Approved For Release, 2001/03/30 : CIA-RDP76-0018 General Cobel l also commented that while responsibility its forces there have been reduced to a *man and a small boy" and with the size of our installation it is Incumbent upon as to be constantly on the lookout for attempts to stir up the native population General Cabell said at the present time 25X1A9a 25X1X7 a is no indication of unrest on this. island* however, he it might be wise for the Agency to assign a CE officer to station, commented that the Station Chief scheduled to take over in the very near future is Well qualified and should be able to handle CE matters In addition to his training responsibil Agency for the government on establishing allowances, had seen fit Noted that the State Department, which Is the Ezecutiv Cola, White said It had been administratively determined here that we would advance the effective dote to 1 July due to the lateness of notification and as we already had a number of people In transit. :However, upon further discussion of this matter with the G,.A,O, it had been found we would have to accept the I May date,. U.S. and while this reduction was effective I May, we reduce aallowsncea governing transfers from. foreign posts to received notification until about 10 days later,. As a resu ryt 25X1X7 ted he had not -and had offered him a briefing. The Director suggested sb to Include 25X1X7 b) Suggested that we Invite Sr. Leo Hoegh, Val Peterson's successor at Civil Defense, In for lunch and a briefing, The Director approved and asked to remind his to do this, 25X1A9a Approved For Release 2001/03/30 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000200100029-2