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September 17, 1976
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Approved For Release 2007/06/19: CIA-RDP99-00498R000100010001-2 Q47/ .s-r7G TR-Alcr6MITTAL. SLIP DATE 17 Sept 1976 TO: Asst. to the Director ROOM NO. 1SULDMG 1F01+ REMARKS: Hqs. Copies herewith of press clippings on the Director's s eech earlier this weeqr1 ese were sent up to us by MS gado rkedhpit-tc. 1\14 �4", FROM: OTR /PRS ROOM NO. IBUILDING 1025 C of C FORM NA.241 FEBREPLACES FORM 36-8 I WHICH MAY BE USED. oeiore a GiAuzvs..� � Network Affiliates at the conference (47) world narcotics here, BuSli said datnaging myths about t IL S. Foreign Intelligence are being perpetuated by sensations in the public media disguised as investigative journalism. The former ambassador to the Un- ited Nations and U. S. representative in Peking told the group of about 500 - people that intelligence is "much more than the sometimes romanticized and often misunder.stood clandestine work." lie said he realizes "dirty tricks artist" James Bond is "more fascinat- ing than a scholarly analyst of foreign political or economic trends," but in the eight months since he's become head of the CIA, he's never seen anyone remote- ly resembling the fictional spy. � STAT :me 1, at any given r. afeteria might con- and scientists to t s Bush said are are the collection t compliance with ation agreements, the world, nuclear ational terrorism, traffic and economic rends. � "In a world where unimaginable forces of destruction can be unleashed in an armed conflict," Bush said, "our national security increasingly depends on the excellenCe and accuracy of our knowledge -about our adversaries' capabilities and intentions and about - the world in general. . The CIA director said public un- derstanding and support will ensure ArrteriCa'.S peace and security by mak- ing sure the nation's intelligence is "second to none in the world." But, he said, America must safeguard its sources and methods of intelligence, and not be misled by "ban- dying about in public irncomplete or unreliable inforrnation." (Staff P�"4 Dy Bush iivith CBS executiv Approved For Release 2007/06/19: CIA-RDP99-00498R000100010001-2