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November 4, 1952
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Approved For Relapse 20 9%12 CIA- 9-01041A000100020082-3 Official Diary Tuesday, I November 1952 25X1A9a 1. phoned and asked me particularly on my trip to watch out for reactions to their P & P program. 2. Having approved the State paper on Psychological Warfare Intelligence Support, save for paragraph it. which seemed to weaken it unnecessarily, I indicated to DCI that the matter would come before him in my absence and urged him to approve it. In answer to the Director's inquiry as to the necessity for his approval, I explained that I had phoned and indicated my question as to paragraph 4. Later spoke to Arm- strong and indicated that I had spoken to DCI about this. 25X1A9a 25X1A9a 3. Arranged for to obtain informal concurrence of General Samford on a JAEIC-proposed DCI Directive relating to notification of AE explosions. 4. Indicated to DCI that although there was an alarming cable respecting Bulgarian mobilization, our best view was that this was a repetition of last year's mobilization. 5. Indicated to DCI that Carter Clarke, with whom I had been talking, would be a suitable assistant to Air. Sheldon in the COTENT field. DCI indicated that he wished to 25X1A9a resider this recommendation. Later 111111111111111111111111111111phoned and I told him I had taken action on this proposal. 6. Mr. Lay phoned and indicated that he was sending over a letter from FBI commenting on the Brownell Directive NSCID No. 9 as revised, and also indicated thata IIC was miffed because the ICIS proposal on the summary evaluation paper had not been cleared with IIC. Later spoke with Mr. Howe on this matter. 7, Attended IADts meeting. 8. General Canine phoned and confirmed that he had received from Secretary ' AV C) Lovett NSCID No. 9, as revised, which changed the name of AFSA to NSA. 25X1A9a 9. Was briefed on the NE situation by Attended NSC Senior Staff Meeting. 25X1A9a 10, Spoke with and said that although I could not approve publication by CIA employees, I could not object if, about several months after leaving the Agency, he desired to publish his book. Thy approach to the problem was not based on security 25X1A9a grounds, but on having CIA. personnel publishing discussions of policy matters and pro- cedures. seemed satisfied with this decision, and I later informed he will carry forth with - 25X1 A9a 25X1A9a This document Is part of an Integrated file. If separated from the file it must hi Approved For Release 2000/89 44 79-OL'O Au66l3f3e3-2b062'Siew,