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December 11, 1952
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Approved For Releas 2002/05/01 : CIA-RDP79-01041A0001000020042-7 C Security Information DIARY Executive Officer, 0/DD/I Thursday, 11 December 1952 1. Attended IAC Meeting. 25X1A9a 2. Following the IAC Meeting, discussed with 0 the notes that he takes during the meeting. He tells me that he has started his system within the past three weeks and that it is the plan of 0/NE to file a transcript of these notes. This file would be available to DD/I on call. 3. Informed Bill Truehart of State that Mr. Becker is apparently on schedule and that the only change about which we have been informed is that he will arrive on the 14th instead of the 15th as 25X1A6a formerly planned. 25X1A9a 4. of 0/SI called to say that he has many of the answers to the questions posed tol in the 0/RR letter dealing5X1A6a with technical intelligence experts in I put a 25X1A6a tracer on this letter, found that it had not yet been despatched by FI and recalled all copies. These will now be returned to 0/RR so that 25X1A9a can discuss the matter. 5. Mr. Papich (FBI) Liaison Officer (Code 175 X-515) called to see Mr. Amory and in the latter's absence I took Mr. Papich request. It was that Mr. Hoover is very much interested in the subject of fly- ing saucers and it has been reported to him that the matter was dis- cussed at the IAC Meeting of !t December. Mr. Hoover had asked Papich to obtain as much information as we are willing to give him. I dis- cussed with DD/I, who later discussed it, in turn, with General Smith. It was decided that 0/SI would be authorized heave to brief Papich with 25X1A9a as much information as is available from 0/SI to the other IAC members. next ich earl ith Pa h t i y p w ouc n I so informed who will get 't ?"c f'ti' G1" ?` is""' 1+."A n^" e SQ.y 114.F t l~ ^ K : DC= s k ~ - a wee . CtA).c so & C. j 25X1A9a si-m 1 t,C MU- 6. Attended the 0/CI dry run of the Eisenhower briefing in the Director's Conference Room. 7. Colonel J. C. King visited DD/I and inadvertently picked up some highly sensitive papers belonging to Mr. Sheldon when he left the office. After considerable telephoning, we locatdd Colonel King at the Army Navy Club. I went Stith him to his office at Quarters III", obtained the papers from him (he had not and he did not then read them) and returned them to the 0/CI Watch Officer at about 7.30. ~~"' Approved For Release 2002 / 1 IA- P79-01041 an %%o =t7 of an Integrated Security In 03s? e. I separa ed prom the file it must Ias subjected to individual systematic review.