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May 22, 1957
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Approved For Release 2001/03/30 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000200100089-6 7 ON-572 DEPUTIES O MEETING Wednesday,, 22 May 1957 25X1A9a PRESEN `: Mr, Dulles t Mr, Dulles: c U 46 VP IS and commentee he would like to see everything we could get on t his, (ACTION: DD/P). The Director also said he wanted to mention Zhukoyd's statement during his briefing for the NSC on 23 May. ACTION: DD/Io a) Referred to a UP report that Zhukoy had indicated the Soviets were willing to ring down the iron i Referred to a cable from - ITN AMAP41 25X1A6 c) Noted his intention of calling a meeting of the _ 25X9A2 group to report on all items proposed and accomplished since the new order covering the activities of this group went into effect, ACTION: DD/P to prepare a review for the Director's use, Mr, Kirkpatrick) Ys a or the directoro respecting a the Bromberger book and reiterated his instructions to DD/P that any type of sensational publication which would be of interest to the Agency should be airmailed without delay. commented 25X1A9a that the book in question had been dispatched through the pouch and undertook to make It available to IIG/i for preparation of a brief anal i f Reported on the pro osed l f p p ans or celebrating the Agency's Tenth Anniversary on 18 September and after some discussion the Director asked the IG to circulate his proposal0 Note: It was agreed that certificates of service (ten years with CIA) would be issued an the Anniversary date to those eligible. Credit for service with CIG, SSU? OSS9 G-2, A-2, ONI, FBI, eta* was discussed and it was agreed that such service would not count for eligibility. Cole White: a) Reported that the first award was ready to be made under the Language Incentive Program and it had been contemplated that the Director would personally present it. However, due to the fact that the individual to receive this award had been a language student for a number of years, he (Colo White) recommended Approved For Release 2001/03/30 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000200100089-6 Approved For Release 2001/03/30 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000200100089-6 that we wait until someone who had started from scratch qualifiedd The Director said rather than do this he as Id il pass ity of the Agency's picking up some of the activities to be dropped by USIA as a result of its budget out. Gal, White said he had advised Macy that in his opinion we had about all we could handle with our own budget, however, he would raise the matter with the Director, Mr. Dulles said there might a,a ....,........ _ b) Noted that Bob *soy of the Bureau of the Budget had suggested a meeting to discuss the ib ACTION: DD/sq e a part of our Tenth Anniversary Celebration., w" prefer possibly ten awards at one time covering al l categoriesoandkcommented that this c+auld b pe us for this committee originated in the office of the Secretary of Defense. Note: No decision was reached as to how this matter should be handled, meat of militar r ace the subject of assign. .Y personnel to CIA before the IAC, It was noted that In all probability the In t he believed the best way to sagreed with these recommendations y prevent the Agency fren receiving a formal paper from Defense would he to 1 that USIA performed a most valuable service In sampling forei noted public opinions which he would hate to see lost* ACTION: D /S to arrange a conference with the Bureau of the Budget* No final action to be taken without the approve o the it rector? c) Reported that an ad hoc committee consisting of representatives of the Department of Defense and CIA had been appointed to consider the assignment of military personnel to CIA? The draft report of this committee is most disturbing in that it recommended, for example, that detailed justification be made In each request for the assignment of a member of the Armed Forces to CIA, upon return such personnel would be debriefed on his activities with the Agency, etc, Col, White said that while our representatives on this committee had staron I Al .....~ rauja+JI5 in zne gray propaganda field which J. we might pick up since the dividing line of responsibillt `. between USIA and CIA had always been thin at best Br The Director asked where we t d prepared to recommanrc notf,tw a.. -/r -OA this and would be -- ."~, rv,c?y gear iusure, Mr. s nor noted that Gen,, Collins had raised this at th L e ast IAC meeting and uraish the Director a briefing, The Director asked 1A9a to nAt in ~....~. ..~~~ -- -.& %ow-Lans t near at he nas to say and in any event he wanted -to*place;thisoproblemhbefore the IAC in about two week?_ Secrets y of Defense that a national eounter.?inteligeupceapolicthe eat hed (discussed at the deputies' meeting on 8 Bay). 25X1A A9a stated he had been in touch with ? Approved For Release 2001/03/30 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000200100089-6