'Jr. J.ovor Director
federal Sure.ii of Investigation United States Departaent of Justl<. C.
3onr Mr. dooven
is aftdo-to this Agency's letter0 giving inforisttion on Vossili -SUlKtfOtajHE and his friend UflrcTXWHIii, who is now in the 'Jnitod States. It will be recalled thBt this Ag.ncy was theno obtain further tnformotlaa oa Jarc SLOilLT's daughter, .lelea Sloaiaas reported to hove been enployod by an "Aoorlosa service" ia Rabat. Ihe following information ca HelenY was subsequently obtained from the office of the If.evaltachs in Tragleri
"The Intelligence Soctlon of Westsrn Task ?orce, then located In iioroe-.o, inveetigatad Htlcns^RICB, neeSSLOMJ, innd no derogatory icforneti in *az found concerning her. iho waa an rpplicent (end probably employed)osltica as lotororoter with liccdoupxtars, 3rd military .'j-cs, 2abat. ;ho following is an excerpthe report nade by invostlgstins sfeer.ti
nt interviewed cuojoct ct hor hone,vonuoand received the foUocdfls; ioforc-.tion concerning her Juborn Octobert Vanoes, franco. divorced her mother -then subject was ?
yoirj old, and sicos^hrt tis* he has beenn she United States 'Adison .Vvonuo,. iib-
Joct'sa3 remarried to anf rom-aha* subject learnedish l'n^jcgo. cctiyi-scliool oduca-'tlon in Purls, France, and wan employed ii: tho governmentixiliairo au Jinietre du0 toubject nawviodeutesrat in tho French JUr f'oroe,ton Her husband mi stationed in tho tray/ield. Sole, untilhen he wes diseased froa tho i'xtr/. are passed in October requiring certain ancestral ousli-tffientions whioh ho could not fulfill as his father was Hrs. PRICK stetod that her husband returnedwico with thsir baby in2 to see if he could possibly renoin in the Army, he was
ruui^ill kjhuhj,^ScggAUX, lives on Hue-
scheduled to rstura inut tha American raiding and the -German occupation of southern France mads this impossible. Subject has not heard froa her husbandvo:abernd fears that because of his English background, he has possibly bear. ieprisoned by the Her lost word fron him cs.no fron; ilouftes, France. ther, Susanna
said to be tho mistress
lW^ltnk in theE network cans to -hiswhena British citiaon, appiiori for cin Paris nith tho' 3CA. KoriotES, it develops, haa anamed njalmdT^^SHl^-noL'IES reportedly living in SOt-XiCriLTIIE*sprr1fati"prt^nTdt . At ono tine ,'ijalnar BISHAK-ilOIiiES,
of Vassili SOUEHCWLIHE.
Holen riaLISOVSXY's nothor. who
TffHTIH TTfiTTtn arrived in Great Sritain fronYork City Ho statod on his arrival that he had been in the United States since9eprosontative of the magaElr.es The nation and tho Free Vforld (now the thltod Hations florid). Atw5ettor "of Introduction to Dr. HubertSffiPOL wrlttonKECULIHB. ncriotES olso applied for employment at tho Office ofnd he is reported to haveorrer editor uf the Forsign Broadcasting Jerries of the Federal Communications Jo.wclssloii,
s connection with Or. Hubertasepcrtt
According to the French,ai, yisnenv. -ie head of theCzcchoslov!:France, is an" eld friendhe- former employer of svsiectee1
S known to ihe Bureau (seenorandun
tns employed byArecretary rters of the Csoch 'rational Conmitt'jc in Paris.
to forward the Eurosu any 'nfor.iation or.
ande obtain, andil be sxtrOEialy interested in receiving tha results of tha Bureau's investigation of their activities and contacts in the United States. This Agsncy will also be xocerestod in knowing if tho 3ureau has any information on Heriot and HjelnariS5 as, horotoforo, wct rocoivod any reports or. then, or on the
.LTCX mentioned in the Uavsl Attaches raport on HQiec. olcicim
REAR AOM-HAL. iHECIOR OF CtNTBAL INTELLIGENCE