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October 10, 1952
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Approved For Release4P00/09/12 : CIA-RDP79-01041A00010002.0105-7 1 Discussed bri fl ith . e y w the revision of the ONE comment on rel ti t S i t i t t 25X1A9 a ng o ov e n en ions. a undertook to have a revision made in collaboration with 25X1A9a Friday, 10 October 1952 25X1A9a 25X1A9a of 25X1A9a to permit to proce7 25X1A9a an explanation in answer to Official Diary raised as to the area familiarization visit After some discussion, Mr. Sheldon and I agreed as planned and Mr. Sheldon undertook to prepare inquiry. 3. Spoke to Mr. Wisner and complimented him on the project of NEA relating to treatment of Moslems within the Soviet Union. I undertook to have 0/0 alerted on any repercussions of this activity. 4. Also discussed with Mr. Wisner the reports on Franco/Soviet negotiations. Later in the day DCI, on the basis of these reports, prepared a memorandum for the President. 5. Conferred with General Samford and Dr. Hoover on the summary evaluation paper. Tile finally cleared the summary evaluation itself, a memorandum indicating the extent to which the suggestions of the collaborators had.been accepted or rejected, and a letter of transmittal to the National Security Council. 6. In response to a request from General Canine, conferred with him and with Admiral Wenger on the following points: a. After an extended discussion of the definition of the mission of AFSA in the Brownell directive, we agreed that the qualifying clause could read: "the production, evaluation and dissemination of finished intelligence." This was agreed to by General Canine and Admiral Wenger, but Wenger later phoned and stated that Park Armstrong desired some additional language. I talked with Armstrong by phone and he concurred in the above language and I so informed Wenger, who indicated that unless I heard from him shortly this would be the agreed form. b. I explored with General Canine and found that he was fully in agreement with the revised form of delegation, applicable only to the Director of NSA. c. I mentioned to General Canine the desirability of a junior USCIB, and he concurred. (CONTINUED) Approved For Release 2000M9142 llCIA P79-01041 Ao$QW?( 1 7af an Integrate, file. If separated from the file it must be ""I" to i4d4vi0ow sy;tgmatis fevi?wr Approved For Release 000/09/12: N*001 CIA-RDP79-01041A000100020105-7 1"W 1 SECRET Security Information Official Diary 10 October 1952 25X1A9a 7. Chatted briefly with of 0/CI on the progress of the survey of the intelligence needs of the Operational Offices. Suggested that no final recommendations be made until the surveyors had visited at least one overseas installation. 25X1A9a 25X1A9a 8. phoned and stated that of the Operational Offices had written a book on foreign policy, about which there was a question of clearance. I consented to chat with on this 25X1A9a 25X1A9a and is going to send me the book to review. 25X1A9a 9. Conferred with respecting the activities of SEC and the working conference on medicine. As the result of their report, I r equested to arrange a meeting with Military repre- 25X1A9a sentatives on the ad hoc Committee, save for Navy, next week. 25X1A9a 10. Pursuant to my undertaking to I spoke to General Partridge, Admiral Stout and General Samford and received their approval on 25X1A9a having- make informal contact with the 25X1A6a 11. During the conversation with General Samford, reported above,, I indicated to him that CIA was taking a new approach to the 1FSA problem and requested an opportunity for Mr. Sheldon and myself to sit down with General Samford and his senior COMINT officer to see whether or not Air Force would engage in a similar review of the problems in this area. General Samford indicated that he would be glad to do this. 12. Spoke briefly with General Magruder, who indicated that he had a revised draft of the Brownell directive. 13. Conferred with and the latter undertook to assist us in securing high-quality personnel. I indicated that this should be started on a relatively small scale and should apply, in the first instance, only to the needs of my own offices. I undertook to notify these gentlemen representative on such matters within a week or two and he can visitof at the latter's convenience. 25X1A9a 25X1A5a1 14. Requested to arrange for a pass, so that Dr. could get into the Administration Building to see me without an escort. Approved For Release 2000/09/12 : CIA-RDP79-01041A000100020105-7