LETTER TO WILLIAM H. JACKSON FROM BLANK RE FRANK WISNER UNABLE TO DO OLD JOB

Created: 12/7/1958

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7 December

Dear Bill:

Many tlmoka for your note ofoveu.ber. Yout miss any pearls of wisdom by yourdepartureba dinner tho other night. as somewhatat the futility of the mootingelieve my views were shared by some of the others of us who came from considerable distances to attend the dinner.

Frank Wlsuer haaery hard time of it, butpast few weeks he has been showing very real progresshope it will not now be many weeks before he is out of However, it seems most unlikely that hethe strain of going back to his old work here whichwell know lu one of the most den ending nod Jifiicultthe Agency, reat deal ofwith Frank himself and with his fullam appoint lug Dick Bissell as DD/P, .

Tracyto take over one major taction of

his work. With tbe team of Bissell, Helms, andelieve we will have the best available leadership in thatoffice.

I am announcing these changes to the staff over this wuuk end, but In viow of the nature of that office, it is uot beingny newspaper publicity.

I am sorry not to ]l0

this countrylways enjoy talkTigwltuhim.

Clover Joins me in best regard* to you Loth. FlWavme know when you are next in Washington as It has Leeu much too longave seen you.

Faithfully,

V/ilHam II. Jackson,ercer Street Princeton, New Jersey

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