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October 30, 1952
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Approved For Re ease 2000, ild* bP79-01 Q1 A000100020086-9 Security Information Official Diary Thursday,, 30 October 1952 25X1X7 2. Attended IAC. 3. At the request of Mr. Polyzoides of State, cleared informally with DCI the approval of an administrative special clearance for Schwartzwalder of Budget? so that Schwartzwalder could adequately deal with the State Intelligence Budget, and for no other purpose. Before giving this informal clearance to Polyzoides, 25X1A9a I checked with and ascertained that he would pose no objection. 25X1A9a 4. Reviewed with Management's suggestions for supergrades in the DD/I Offices, and we agreed upon certain adjustments. Later, 25X1 A9a phoned me respecting the grade of and I shall talk further with on that particular slot. 25X1A9a 25X1A9a 25X1A9a 5. passed to me a letter the DCI had received from Mr. Overby, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, relating to certain transactions in bonds in Europe. After clearing v~ri_th Frank Wisner, I handed to 25X1A9a (a) The Navy cables on this subject. (b) The original Overby letter, together with attached correspondence. (c) A recent letter from Chairman Cook of the SEC, having attached a photostatic copy of a letter bearing on the related subject. 25X1A9a I asked to brief Mr. Amory on this matter, giving him appropriate 25X1 copies of the Overby and Cook correspondence. I also requested that prepare an appropriate recommendation for Frank Wisner and myself to put before 25X1 A9 DCI as to the action, if any, to be taken by CIA in this matter. I reminded Mr. that the letter to DCI had not as yet been answered, and further informed him that I had ascertained that Overby was on a European trip and that Mr. Willis of Treasury was fully informed. Also requested Willis (Treasury) to send me extra copies of the corres_-ondence to send to DNI, Admiral Stout. Talked by phone to Admiral Stout and ascertained that they were not interested in operating, but wanted to be kept informed. I assured him that this would be done, 25X1A9a 6. Lunched with who indicated that he would probably return to the practice of Law when his year with - was up. Informed Dr. Kent.25X1 A9a 25X1A9a 7. Chatted with and indicated that immediately following the lADs meeting on Tuesday would probably be the best time at which I could be briefed before leaving on my trip. This document Is part of an integrated file, if separated~rppypjselease 2 subjected to indivi Y` ,,. (CONT 'D ) -RDP79-01041 A000100020086-9 RET Approved For Release 2000/0EV,12 : iGJAaaitDP79-0104 A000100020086-9 Official Diary 30 October 1952 8. Reviewed various papers relating to USCIB with Mr. Sheldon. Indicated, under the present form of USCIB authority, it would no longer be possible to create an intermediate subcommittee, The function to be performed by such a committee should be given to the USCIB staff, one section of Which could be given the task of performing the secretariat duties of USCIB. 9. Also indicated to qtr. Sheldon my idea as to priority of personnel questions in the USCIB organization, He is to investigate possible connections for a Director NSA and also a civilian Director of NSA research. I noted that 25X1A9a confirmed the qualifications of for such a position, Agreed that Ltr. Sheldon would represent me in USC my absence. 25X1A5a1 25X1A9a 10. Phoned- on the special intelligence recruiting problem. 125X1A9a am going to speak by phone with He will check with Al 25X1A9 We shall compare notes either by 'phone or on Tuesday of next week, when wi71 be in Washington-25X1 A9a 25X1 A2g 25X1A9a 11. Cleared with - a number of details respecting Approved For Release 2000LQA/,,2i4f AcPDP79-01041AO00100020086-9