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Procurement of Guatemalan Documents for Stories for Ambasnador
Mr. Wiener passed the Gray Book contents to Cabot Lodge, who then advised Kr. Wisher that he would release this material shortlypeech. Mr. Wiener thereupon waa obliged to advise Cabot Lodge that thia material had already been surfaced by Representative Karaten, but that Mr. Wisner expected wc could pass to Cabot Lodge something else. nething else Cabot Lodge expects in hie hands in New York beforeh, when ho will coimence work on tho tipeech to be dellvcrod before the American Legion September 2.
1 know what our situation is. xpect you know that wc have to produce. Let us hope that the remaining materials in the orirlncl suitcase will reveal something. Mr. Wisner has asked thatC "D ^tsslst you In this action. eel that Cabot Lodge win, for the moment, take precedence over our other hungry client, Representative Kereten. What you produce should be covered by an essay of explanation and guidance as to its significance and roost effective use.
TnI am obliged to direct this to you. You will bew that Mr. Wisnor will not return here until Thursday, so there is no possibility of appealing our way out of this ono. Please keep me advised as to progress.
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