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25X1A9a i25X1A9a 25X1A9a 25X1A9a 25X1A9a Approved For Release 2001/08/28 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000200120011-9 _11110,11.13te"li: PUTIEYMEETING Thur a DM-611 26 December 195 PR E -ENT: Mr. Dulles, Gen. Cabell, Mr. Wisner, Mr. k y. Cot. White. 25X1A9a Messrs. Kirkpatrick, Sheldon and 25X1A9a Mr. Dulles: a) 'tated that he was leaving at the close of business to go to Patrick ",ir Force Base and spend a day lool:ing over the missile launching facilities at Cape Canaveral. He expressed a belief that of this type will soon be one of our principal intelligence targets and that this is the main reason for this familiarizaticm trip to Cape Canaveral. Mr. Wisner as'-ed that if information which might be of assistance to the Clandestine ..ervice3 comes to the DCIts attention, he would like to be advised since he would probably wish to arrange for a party from the Clandestine Services to plan a later briefing trip to Patrici-. Mr Force Base. b) Referred to a recent newspaper article concerning Mr. Bang-Jensen the UN employee who refused to release the names of Hungarians who furnished information to the UN for incorporation in its recent report on Hungary. He noted that he had met Mr. Bang-Jensen at a dinner party recently and found him to be a very intelligent and interesting man. He stated that he thought Mr. Bang-Jensen will shortly be getting involved in security hearings as a result of his firm refusal to disclose the identities cif the Hungarian sources. The newspaper clipping was given to with the request that he have follow this case closely. c) Referred to an article in the New Yr- concerning the problems the soviets were having in publishing the section of the Great ' oviet Ei-ElEzElia concerning the ti3R4* internal history. He expressed the belief that a very entertaining speech could be written concerning the treatment accorded Malenkov in this particular section and asked look into the possibilities. t9:1A9a have d t.stted that he had been advised that widowed, is looting for employment and possesses extensive linguistic and other qualifications which we might find useful in CIA. He asked and Mr. Wisner to explore the possibilities of finding employment here. recent Approved For Release 2001/011183R000200120011-9 25X1A9a 25X1A9a 25X1C4e 25X1C8a 25X1A9a Approved For Release 2001/08/28 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000200120011-9 e) Referred to the memoranda prepared by and 25X1A9a Dr. Scoville containing their respective divergent views as to which component of the U. S. Government should be given authorization and control over space development programs. After sores discussion, it was agreed that no matter where this responsibility was lodged, whether within the Pentagon structure or not the principal aim should be to see that the space development program received the wholehearted support of the scientific community. Since our views have not yet been formally sought on this point, it was agreed that we take no further action at the present time. f Handed to Mr, Wisner a letter he had just received from listing the names of the people who should be present at future DCI presentations of NSC 5412 matters before the National oecurity Council. It was noted that this list contained the names of twenty-three persons, and while at first that might seem excessive, it was finally agreed that there was no need for concern over these persons being present at future NSC 54112 presentations. g) Referred to a memorandum had given to Mr. Wisner and which Mr. Wisner had passed to the DC! concerning the sale of copper by the Chilean Government to the USSR. He handed this memorandum to Mr. Amory and asked Mr. Amory to prepare a little memo for his (DCI's) use giving some historical background and analysis of the sale* of copper by Chile to Soviet Russia. Referred to a memorandum he had receiv ed from * exchange of AEC information between th4t1C8a and the CIA. He gave this memorandum to discussto and prepare an appropriate reply for the 25X1A9a Director's * Approved For Release 2001/08/28 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000200120011-9 25X1A2d2 25X1A2g 25X1A2d2 25X1A9a 25X1X7 25X1A6a Approved For Release 2001/08/28 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000200120011-9 Cabe' : a) Referred to a memorandum from the DD/I dated 12 November and to subsequent comments thereon by the DD/S and the DD/P concerning the necessity for providing thirty-five additional slots for Gen. CabeIi recommended that unless some way could be found to acquire these extra positions within the framework of reductions being contemplated within an increase in the CIA ceiling for those thirty-live per** discussion, it was agreed that Col. White an t.smther and see if the planned reductions in completely offset the increase needed for accommodation cannot be reached, then Col. the DCI the problem of increasing the CIA ceiling. we accept dter some t 25X1/\9a 25X1A ould such an eraise with b) Referred to a letter he had received from Mr. George V. Allen Dir or of USl., stating that he (DDCI) bad been appointed a member of the Committee on Cultural Presentation. After some discussion, the Director suggested that :tte designated as General Cabellis alternate to attend moat of the meetings of the Committee. Mr. Wiener: A Referred to reports of plane being developed for a coup in Ceylon and stated that he thought we should ',Amp a very close eye on this station. After some discussion, it was agreed that Mr. ,',11.eidon Lu close cooperation with DD/P, would prepare some notes for the DCI's INI`-.0 briefing scheduled for Monday, 6 January 1958. b) Mr. 1kisner noted that on the 30th of December meetings are scheduled with representatives of the U.,. Department of )tate and with concerning the Indonesian situation. Mr. Wisner expressed the hope that these discussions could be fairly well limited to policy matters rather than permitted to elide over into operational subjects. Mr Kir%patrick: a) N ted that Mr. Chris Phillips is being replaced by Mr. on the Civil Dervice Commtsion. He pointed ou t that Col. Edwards is maAng a quick chec... on Mr. Flanagan since the members of the connni presumably including Mr. Flanagan, are shortly scheduled to ina:\e an inspection trip to b) N ted that the Department of ,Aate Foreign service Inspectors are shortly scheduled to come over to CIN for their annual briefing. eedg Lengthy siarrtlAtt:fie2tleVoiNtIvemitA_Miimmeviflotiv_e ...Lie slime he last year. 25X1C8d 25X1C4e Approved For Release 2001/08/28 : CIA-RDP76-90183R000200120011-9 Mr. 13heldon: a) Suggested that DCI en tertain at a luncheoWX1C8d during his forthcoming trip here from DCI agreed and the 25X1X7 date of January 17th was set since it was one of the few dates available Mr. ..,-kroory: ) Brought up the question of the types of furniture and interior decorating that was to be included in the new building. He expressed his conviction that planning should now be done with respect to both of these items and urged that new furniture be obtained for all offices in the new building. Col. White observed that a good deal of planning and consideration has already been given to these factors and that very large sums of money are involved. It was finally agreed that the subject matter of furniture and interior decorating would be place the age a for a futureL,4teering Committee Meeting. Col. White: FMC Approved For Release 2001/08/28 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000200120011-9 (