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October 22, 1952
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Approved For Release 2000/09/12 : CIA-RDP79-01041A000100020095-9 Security information Official Diary Trdedr esday, 22 October 1952 1. As indicated in yesterday's diary, received DCI approval for a special IAC on NIE-64 Tuesday next, if possible. 25X1A9a 3. Called to the attention of a State cable making 25X6A inquiry of economic 25X6A or diplomatic relations with Iran. It seemed to me that this would only 25X1A9a add another possible source of dispute in the area. concurred. 25X1A9a 11.. At the request of arranged for him to meet with Secretary Lovett at noon on Saturday. Cleared this in advance with General Magruder. (CONTINUED) Approved For Release 2000/09/12: CIA-RDP79-OVAlAMQ; QOQRO#94 integrated file. If separated from the file it must bE Objected to individual systematic revlety. Approved For Release; 2000/09/ ,pI 01041A000JOP020095-9 V776 VTO Security Information Official Diary 22 October 1952 6. Met with General Samford and Mr. Sheldon to review with the former CIA's new approach to the AFSA problem. General Samford indicated that his organization would adopt the same approach and I later indicated this fact to Admiral Wenger. 7. Was briefed by on the present allocation of responsibilities for coordination in the field of noise listening and, on the basis of such briefing, was satisfied that no action need be taken at this time. 8. informed me of certain psychological warfare activity which was planned by the Pentagon in relation to chemical warfare. I later informed DCI of this (at the Deputies' meeting Friday morning) and he indicated that there was no action to be taken by CIA. 9. - indicated to me that he planned to discuss with Dr. Craig of PSB a paper prepared by State on electronic warfare. Although proposed to do this in his personal capacity, I indicated that it was most difficult for him to disassociate himself from the Agency in such situations and suggested, instead, that he phone Dr. Craig with the suggestion that Craig request the paper in question directly from State. In that way CIA need not be directly involved in a matter which was primarily operational. 10. of 0/NE discussed with me the procedure to be followed on the Secretary of Defense's request for an estimate on Communist infiltration in Austria. We agreed to defer final. decision until the request had actually been received from Secretary of Defense's office. Up until now we have had only informal advance notice. 11. Approved dissemination of 0/NE's estimate of the world situation, currently being prepared for inclusion in to 25X1A2g (CONTINUED) Approved For Release 2000/09/12 CIA-RDP79-01041A000100020095-9 Approved For Release 2000/09/ - .;ltreFT-01041A0001Q 0095-9 "Security Information Official Diary 22 October 1952 those agencies which had previously received this type of paper. Suggested, however, that such dissemination be deferred until had been 25X1A2g transmitted to the consumer. 25X1A9a 12. Called Mr. Wisner's atten i 25X1A7b memorandum suggesting the censoring of certain I had previously 25X1A9a discussed this with and expressed myself as much o os d t 25X1A7b pp e o taking such action, lackin a evidence that any of the recent flaps could 25X1 9a be attributed to I suggested that after Mr. Wisner had - - - . memorandum we sit down with him and work out more appropriate recommendations. Mr. Wisner agreed to do this. Approved For Release 2000/09/12 : CIA-RDP79-01041A000100020095-9