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Approved For Release 2009/05/22 : CIA-RDP80B01676R001500110008-4 25X1 / I `I'~ v 18 November 1965 MEMORANDUM FOR THE RECORD Morning Meeting of 18 November 1965 of OCI gave a background briefing on Peru. DD/I referred to a recent request from the White House for information on the extent and nature of Cuban, Soviet, and ChiCom foreign aid programs. The requester, believed to be General Taylor, was referred to a regular semiannual publication on the Soviet and Chinese programs. A special memo on the Cuban program was pre- pared and made available. DD/I referred to completion of a memo on the increase in the number of MIG-19's in China. The total is about 200 -- up about 120 in the past year or so. The origin of the increase is uncertain and is under study. DD/I noted the continuing effort in Agency staffing of national policy papers. The latest deals with Chile. Kent tabled changes in the current draft of the air defense Estimate, 11-3, which will be discussed at USIB today. Kent also noted that two current may be merged into one document for consideration at USEB__ 2 December. Approved For Release 2009/05/22 : CIA-RDP80B01676R001500110008-4 Approved For Release 2009/05/22 CIA-RDP80BO1676R001500110008-4 Earman reported that names of five members of has returned to the USSR Executive Director noted two recent communications from the President to the heads of departments and agencies -- one dealing with the need to systematize handling of wage board employees; the other with a request for agencies to submit to Califano by 3 December sug- gestions for legislation next year. 25X1 25X1 25X1 DDCI stated that the Don Cook story in the Washington Post this 25X1 morning is totally inaccurate. staff are being scanned. Two of the five will be selected to join with an Agency Inspector in carrying out a survey of Agency procurement programs. Warner reported that Senator Dodd, during a recent radio broad- cast, referred to Soviet disinformation programs. Warner noted that Senator Jackson is preparing a trip to Southeast Asia, including Vietnam. It was agreed that de Silva would brief the Senator beforehand. There was a discussion of DCI's meeting next week with the PFIAB. Primary topics include plans for long-term improvements in intelligence programs against Communist China; covert action programs operations in Southeast Asia; and counterintelligence and collation efforts in Vietnam. intelligence support to U. S. military Bross noted that the PFIAB staff recently had requested a damage assessment on Sergeant Johnson who was a Soviet agent from 1953 to 1964. The report has been completed by the Security Committee and is ready to be passed to the PFIAB by the Chairman of USIB. DD/P noted current concerns about a Soviet who redefected and Approved For Release 2009/05/22 : CIA-RDP80BO1676R001500110008-4 Approved For Release 2009/05/22 : CIA-RDP80B01676R001500110008-4 %VLOW11 Now, DDCI noted that a University Associate from Princeton relayed to him last night the personal apologies of the Dean of the Princeton faculty for a rather hostile reaction during a recent visit to Princeton by f OCI. At DCI inquiry, DD/S&T ex lained that the Air Force briefings on Air Force R&D programs for Agency officers here yesterday DCI said that comments made by some of the University Associates at the meeting last night differed from views expressed recently by the members of ACTIONS: 1. DCI requested that the University Associates be given copies of the memo on work done by the Soviet Department D disinformation service. (DD/S -- 26 November) i),:,VtJ 2. DCI noted the need to have Chief, FE complete his paper on proposed for discussion by the 303 Committee tomorrow. L. K. White Approved For Release 2009/05/22 : CIA-RDP80B01676R001500110008-4