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 Sidney W. Souers
In general, their records during the Souers' period tend to be briefer and "drier" than in later periods, when a fuller record of the discussions (and eventually a transcript) were introduced.
Souers' problem was that the staff (and the funding) had to come from the State, War, and Navy Department, and there seems to have been a constant struggle to ensure a flow of qualified personnel to CIG.
During Souers' directorship, it had not been decided whether the Central Reports Staff should try to develop a separate research capability of its own or whether it would remain a small group of experts who would work closely with the departmental intelligence agencies, drawing on their resources and synthesizing their products.
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 Sidney Souers - Search Results - MSN Encarta
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 Leading political scientist named to new Souers chair   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Sidney W. Souers Professorship in Government is the second chair created by a 1982 gift from Sylvia N. Souers to honor her late husband and to carry on his dedication to public affairs and government service.
Sidney Souers was the second director of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency.
John Sprague, Sidney W. Souers Professor in Government, was named to the first of these professorships in March 1997, succeeding Robert H. Salisbury, Sidney W. Souers Professor Emeritus of Government.
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 Souers Chair
A dinner celebrating the new chair and honoring the memory of Sylvia N. Souers was held on June 22.
Admiral Souers had led an active life as a leader in public service and business, serving as an adviser to President Harry S Truman, playing a leading role in the formation of the Central Intelligence Agency and serving as executive secretary of the newly established National Security Council.
Souers soon began a generous commitment to the program that culminated, following her death in 1991, with a bequest that named the stroke unit in the department of neurology as the primary recipient of a major endowment from the Admiral Sydney W. Souers and Sylvia N. Souers Charitable Trust.
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 The Central Intelligence Agency: Early Days to Present
Souers was DCI for only four months before he retired from the Navy and government service.
The Authority decided to defer action "pending further study by Secretary Byrnes." Byrnes then discussed the matter with the President and at the NIA's second meeting on February 8 and told his colleagues that the President had assured him that "only factual statements were desired" in the summaries.
Took a more aggressive role than Souers and managed to gain greater budget independence for CIG and helped to expand the Groups clandestine collection, research and analysis roles.
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Souers for information of the President." RADM Sidney Souers had been the first DCI and later the executive secretary of the National Security Council.
Souers." Another FBI memo, dated 28 February 1951, confirms that the FBI had sent something to Souers: "We did furnish, in a carefully paraphrased form, the identification of Harry Dexter White on the basis of [one or more words redacted] information to the White House under date of October 17, 1950."
Both Truman and Souers attended an NSC meeting on 2 November, according to an archivist at the Truman Library, but the admiral did not meet privately with the President until two days later.
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 Souers Family Crest
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Heraldry is defined as the hereditary art or science of blazoning, the description is appropriate technical terms of Coats-of-Arms and other heraldic and armorial insignia, and is of very ancient origin...
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The shape of the postwar world was still uncertain when Sidney Souers on 23 January 1946 became the first DCI for the newly created Central Intelligence Group (CIG).
Souers had helped draft the directive for the new CIG, which was not intended to challenge the position of the departmental intelligence services.
Souers ensured that CIG would survive his brief tenure and begin to fulfill its mission of coordinating the US intelligence activities.
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 AAAS History and Archives
This morning, prior to Dr. Buckley's meeting with President Truman to receive his appointment as Chairman of the Science Advisory Committee, I called on Sidney Souers and showed him the draft of the letter of appointment, including the list of members of the Committee, also to be appointed.
He did not regard this as substantially objectionable, recognizing that the Committee consisted of a total of 11 members and that some three or four additional members are to be appointed.
I told Sidney Souers that Oliver Buckley is eager to meet him and he expressed a similar desire.
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 Sidney W. Souers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Souers est la première personne à avoir occupé le poste de DCI.
Alors que Souers est contre-amiral dans la Navy, Truman le nomme à la tête du CIG fraîchement créé.
Souers est DCI seulement 4 mois (du 23 Janvier au 10 Juin 1946), et est remplacé par Hoyt Vandenberg.
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 Sidney Souers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This biographical article related to the United States Navy is a stub.
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This page was last modified 05:23, 17 November 2006.
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I am pleased to tell you that Jack Clarence Knight, Professor of Political Science and chair of the Department of Political Science, will be named Sidney W. Souers Professor of Government in Arts and Sciences.
The Sidney W. Souers Professorships in Government were established in 1982 by Sylvia N. Souers to honor her late husband and to perpetuate his dedication to public affairs and government service, as well as their long-standing interest in higher education and the St. Louis community.
Gibson was named to the second of the two Souers professorships in 1999.
www.artsci.wustl.edu /~faculty/aboutus/Jack_Knight.html   (451 words)

 CLAS - Alumni Fellows - - The University of Iowa
Since his graduate research some twenty years ago, James Gibson's scholarly efforts have cut to the heart of critical questions about the process of justice and political behavior in nations around the world.
Currently the Sidney W. Souers Professor of Government at Washington University in St. Louis, Gibson earned his master's degree in 1973 and his Ph.D. degree in 1975 in political science.
His dissertation research on judicial decision making in criminal courts set the stage for one career focus.
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 TIME.com: Comings & Goings -- Jan. 2, 1950 -- Page 1
Sidney Souers, 57, who every weekday morning at 9:30 briefs the President on the latest military and political intelligence, resigned as chief of the National Security Council, effective Jan. 15.
V.M.I, and Harvard graduate who headed a wartime branch of Army intelligence, was hand-picked by Souers as his successor.
He was carefully trained for the post through 28 months as Souers' principal assistant.
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Rear Admiral Sidney Souers xecutive Secretary of the National Security Council.
Marcel Griaule is told of the secret Dogon cosmology by the Dogon tribe of Mali Maury Island event supposedly occurs.
Sidney Shallett called What You Can Believe About Flying Saucers i Reports of green fireballs New Mexico b Major Donald Keyhoe's article about UFOs titled "The Flying Saucers Are Real!" flying saucer movie The Day the Earth Stood Still Project Grudge becomes Project Bluebook,Captain Edward Ruppelt.
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 Sidney souers rear admiral   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
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 Sidney Souers (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.tamu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Sidney Souers - Google News (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.tamu.edu)
Sidney Souers (March 30, 1892 - January 14, 1973) was an American admiral and intelligence expert.
Rear Admiral Sidney W. Souers was appointed by President Harry S. Truman as the first Director of Central Intelligence on January 23, 1946.
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 Rich / Poor Health
Sidney Gottlieb (August 3, 1918 – March 7, 1999) was an American chemist probably best-known for his involvement with the Central Intelligence Agency mind control program (MKULTRA).
Sidney was born in the Bronx under the name Joseph Schneider.
Sidney Gottlieb's passing on March 10, 1999 came at a convenient time for the CIA, as several new trials involving victims of its experiments were commencing.
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This is a collection of interviews of ten eminent CIA officials, including Sidney Souers, Allen Dulles, Richard Bissell, Samuel Halpern, Lyman Kirkpatric,...
Chairman of the JCS, the Director of Central Intelligence, two special advisers (Averell Harriman and Sidney Souers), and the NSC Executive Secretary.
From January through June 1946, Admiral Sidney W. Souers was Truman's first director of the Central Intelligence Group, the CIA's forerunner.
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 James Gibson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
James L. Gibson, Ph.D., the Sidney W. Souers Professor of Government in Arts and Sciences, will receive a 2005 Decade of Behavior Research Award in recognition of his research on democracy issues.
The award recognizes high-caliber research that has profoundly influenced the public's understanding of behavioral and social science principles as well as the use of social and behavioral science knowledge in policy settings.
The event also will include readings by Judith Evans Grubbs, professor of classics in Arts and Sciences, and James L. Gibson, the Sidney W. Souers Professor of Government in the Department of Political Science in Arts and Sciences.
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 Weidenbaum Center Forum explores whether America is as bitterly divided as media suggests, March 28
James L. Gibson, Ph.D., the Sidney W. Souers Professor of Government at Washington University, will join Fiorina for public discussion of his comments.
Sponsored by the Weidenbaum Center on the Economy, Government, and Public Policy, the event is free and open to the public.
James L. Gibson is the Sidney W. Souers Professor of Government at Washington University in St. Louis.
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 Majestic 12
Rear Admiral Sidney Souers was the first Director of Central Intelligence (January-June 1946) and in September 1947 (when MJ-12 was set up) became Executive Secretary of the National Security Council.
Following his resignation in 1950 Souers was retained as a special consultant to the Executive on security matters.
They were: Lloyd Berkner, Detlov Bronk, Vannevar Bush, James Forrestal, Gordon Gray, Rosco Hillenkoetter, Jerome Hunsaker, Donald Menzel, Robert Montague, Sidney Souers, Nathan Twining, and Hoyt Vandenberg.
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 US Studies
On January 24, 1946, Admiral Sidney Souers was christened the first Director of Central Intelligence.
However, at the beginning his agency had no independent budget, no statutory mandate, and all its staffers were assigned from other departments.
On September 18, 1947, Admiral Souers' agency was renamed the Central Intelligence Agency.
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 UFO Timeline, Page 1, 1897-1954
Rear Admiral Sidney Souers becomes the first Executive Secretary of the National Security Council.
Marcel Griaule is told of the secret Dogon cosmology by the Dogon tribe of Mali June 21 The Maury Island event supposedly occurs.
See Project Grudge April 30 An article by Sidney Shallett called What You Can Believe About Flying Saucers is published in the Saturday Evening Post June Reports of green fireballs sighted in the skies of New Mexico began pouring in last December.
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 Members of the Majestic-12 Committee
Bronk crater on the Moon is named for him.
Special Consultant to the President on military and foreign affairs, 1950-1953 Rear Admiral Souers was appointed by President Harry S. Truman as the first Director of Central Intelligence on January 23, 1946.
Gordon Gray (May 30, 1909 – November 26, 1982) was an official in the government of the United States during the administrations of Harry Truman (1945-53) and Dwight Eisenhower (1953-61) associated with defense and national security.
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 Record: Campus Authors: James L. Gibson, Ph.D., the Sidney W. Souers Professor of Government in Arts & Sciences   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Record: Campus Authors: James L. Gibson, Ph.D., the Sidney W. Souers Professor of Government in Arts and#38; Sciences
Gibson, the Sidney W. Souers Professor of Government in Arts and Sciences, bases this conclusion on a landmark survey of 3,700 South Africans representing all major racial, ethnic and linguistic groups — the most comprehensive study of post-apartheid attitudes in South Africa to date.
Gibson's book generated a storm of media interest in South Africa, where it was released in August.
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