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September 12, 1952
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Approved For Release 2000/0 &IA-RDP79-01D41A000100020130-9 Security Information Official Diary Friday, 12 September 1952 25X9A5 1. Net with the Yale Group and emphasized the broad variety of our operations and the lack of a standard personnel requirement. 2. Informed the Director that IAC members had concurred in the appointment of General Willems as permanent Chairman of the Watch Committee and he approved issuance of the notification. 25X9A5 4. In a discussion with Messrs. Hedden and Dulles, agreed to defer the starting date of my trip to October 10th. 25X1A9a 5. Discussed with the special situation we have under consideration and undertoolc to discuss this with Adrian Fisher of State. 6. Briefed Mr. Reber on the current situation respecting the PSB and POC consideration of research support for PW. 7. Approved Mr. Reber's suggestion respecting 25X1A9a 25X1A9a 8. Chatted with who expressed the desire to join ONE, rather than O/CI. I indicated that this was perfectly satisfactory to me and later informed Sheldon. 11. At the request of the DCI, arranged to confer with Mr. Douglass on Monday afternoon, at Secretary Lovett's suggestion, re the Brownell Committee Report. (CONTINUED) Approved For Relea `-2T CIA-RDP79-%1-A&Ui0J0W204 file. If separated from the the it mast be jobjected to individual systematic reviews Approved For Release 20 ler W/gk.filt-RDP79-0141AO00100020130-9 Security Informoff?fl Official Diary 12 September 1952 25X1A9a 12. called and emphasized the high quality of the intelligence contribution to NSC 135/1. I indicated that I would pass on his words to those who had participated in its preparation. 13. Attended USCIB meeting. 25X6A 14. Discussed with General Canine the suggestion he had made on COMSEC/COMINT and the necessity of a policy decision by the NSC. I indicated that he could assume, from the decision at the last USCIB meeting' that the intelligence agencies were satisfied on this point with respect to In the future, rather than requesting a general policy decision by NSC., the Director preferred to take it up on an ad hoc basis. When the question arose, the issue could be presented to USCIB and there would have to be reference to the NSC only in the event that some disagreement developed there. This was entirely satisfactory to General Canine and I later informed DCI. 15. Conferred with Adm. Wenger and explained to him the program respecting sanitization, etc. He was enthusiastic. I undertook to talk to each of the IAC members and their COMINT chiefs, in order to secure an ad hoc committee which would have to be on a level not lower than CO14INT chiefs, so-that we could get a community effort started on this. 16. Discussed with the DCI the 0/NE papers on Egypt and Iran and was requested by him to revise his letter in response to General Gruentherts comment on intelligence estimates. ~?. It'ili54ivi1 Approved For Rele~ft`4y2~~0/09/12 : CIA-RDP79-01041A000100020130-9