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Approved For Release 2003/04/23 : CIA-RDP74B00415R000500010006-6 25X1 25MX1 A Journal - Office of Legislative Counsel Page 2 Monday - 1 May 1972 5. I I GLC) Al Tarabochia, Senate Internal Security Subcommittee s a n , ca d and asked if we had any information about a Chilean by the name of Oscar Squella who has been imprisoned in Atlanta, Georgia, for possession of cocaine. I told Tarabochia I vw uld look into this and call him back. 6. PLC) Mr. J. Sourwine, Chief Counsel, Senate Internal Security Subcommittee, called requesting the present whereabouts 25X1 I told him we would check the matter out and advise him. 25)X1A 7. I I- GLC) In response to his call to I advised J. Sourwine, Chief Counsel, Senate Internal Security Subcommittee, 25X1A we felt it would be unwise to but made several suggestions and offered to be of assistance if Sourwine thought we could help. See Memorandum for the Record. 25X1 9. - GLC) In response to his request, left with Mr. Stevenson, in the o ice of Senator Harold Hughes (D., Iowa) a copy of the China Atlas. 25X1 Approved For Release 2003/04/23 1" bg41 0500010BR(D, 2/14/2003 Approved For Release 2003/23 : CIA-RDP74B00415R000500010006-6 0 / 0NF HDE. N N I 3,L 25X1 25X1A 25X1A 25X1A 25X1 25X1A 25X1 25X1A 25X1 25X1A 25X1A 25X1A Journal - Office of Legislative Counsel Page 3 Thursday - 30 March 1972 and would appreciate a report fromthe Agency on the bill. He also asked if we had any objection to bringing the bill to the attention of the Internal Security Subcommittee staff. I interposed no objection. WH Division, has been advised. 13. - GLC) Advised OTR, that I 11 had arranged for Mr. James Woolsey, General Counsel, Senate Armed Services Committee, to speak to the Intelligence Production Course on the Hill at 2:00 p.m. on 10 April. I told him we were seeking another speaker from the House for later that afternoon. Mr. Maury will speak to the group at Headquarters about 11:00 a. m. 14. - GLC) Al Tarabochia, Senate Internal Security Subcommittee staff, called about the Jack Anderson column in this morning's Washington Post which bore the headline "CIA Papers Show Anti-Allende View. " He said in his opinion the information referred to in this column to meet with the Subcommittee, but we still had their request very much in mind. Tarabochia said that was all he was really interested in. 15. - GLC) Hand-carried to Mrs. Rita Curtin, on the staff of Senator ize ansfield, a suggested reply for the Senator's use in responding to an inquiry from The. suggested reply had been coordinated vd th the White House by FE Division. I told her the query they had also sent to State Department about letter to them had also been referred to us and I assumed they would need nothing further from State in view of this reply. Mrs. Curtin said she thought this would take care of the matter and we could assume t4is was the case unless she called back. CON HHDE 5'A L Approved For Release 2003/04/23 : CIA-RDP74B00415R000500010006-6 12. JGO) I talked to Mr. Drury Blair, Senate Immigration and Naturalization Subcommittee e has reviewed the Committee file on Approved For Release 2003/04/23 : CIA-RDP74B00415R000500010006-6 C 1DENIL Journal - Office of Legislative Counsel Tuesday - 28 March 1972 Page 2 2515X1 A 6. - GLC) Accompanied Messrs John Clarke and 25X1A DIC ta.f, to a meeting and lunch withBill Woodruff, Counsel, Senate Appropriations Committee, to review the material which has been prepared for the Director's presentation on the community budget. Woodruff made several helpful suggestions but was generally enthusiastic about the book 25X1A whic howed him. (See Memorandum for the Record an Memorandum.) Arrangements were made for Woodruff and Ralph Preston, House Appropriations Committee staff, to come to the Agency for a prebriefing session on the Agency budget next Wednesday, 5 April at 9:00 a. m. This meeting will be conducted by Mr. Colby and OPPB. 25X1 25X1 C 25X1A 7. - GLC) Talked with George Murphy, Joint Committee on Atomic Energy staff, about several items from the Director's briefing of the Committee on 16 February 1972 which require followup action. We are taking these up with OSI and OSR. I told Murphy I was quite certain the press accounts of thel 25X1 25X1 25X1 e s e Items and give him a call. 8. I - JMM) Ed Braswell, Chief Counsel, Senate Armed Services Committee, called and said the Chairman probably would like to have the Director up before the CIA Subcommittee to discuss the Agency budget on this Thursday, 30 March. We called back and confirmed the Director's availability and said the Director would be accompanied by Messrs. Colby, I land Maury. I were very much in error but told him I would check on both o 5X1 % Approved For Release 2 B00415R000500010006-6 Approved For Release 2003/04/23 - CIA-RDP74B00415R000500010006-6 cil s-tTIL 25X25X1A 25X1 Journal - Office of Legislative Counsel Monday - 27 March 1972 Page 3 11. I [ JGO) Received a call from I -2b-r\ 1 WH Division, who learned from the Cuban coordinator, Department of State, 12, 1 __j LLM) Called Libby Reynolds, in the office of Representative Jack Kemp (R. , N. Y. ), and gave her the dates of April 12, 13, 18 or 20 for a breakfast-briefing at Headquarters for Representative Kemp and a half dozen or so of his colleagues. (See Journal of 16 March 1972.) She will be back in touch. 25X1A 25X1 25X1A 25X1 25X1 C 25X1A 13. LLM) Spoke with I FE Division, and ice o ogistics, concerning the new requirements on excess defense articles imposed by the Foreign Assistance Act of 1971 as cited to the Comptroller General by Senator Case in which staff members of our committees have shown an interest. We will be furnished with the relevant information when it is drawn together. 14. - LLM) Jay Sourwine, Chief Counsel, Senate Internal Security Subcommittee, called to express the Subcommittee's interest in JOHN M. MAURY Legislative Counsel 25X1 25X1A cc: ER O/DDCI Ex/Dir I I Mr. Houston Mr. Clarke Mr. Thuermer DDI DDS DDS&T EA/DDP OPPB Item 13 - FE, OL Item :L4 25X1A Approved For Release 2003/04/23 : CIA-RDP74B00415R000500010006-6 Approved For Release 2003/04/23 ?CIA-RDP,74B00415R000500010006-6 4 j JMw`.W J~1 ~. 25X~5X1 A 25X1A 25X1 25X155XX AMC 25X1 C 25X1 C 25X1 25X1 Journal Office of Legislative Counsel Friday - 24 March 1972 Page 2 5. GLC) OTR, called and asked if we could arrange for several selected members of Congress or senior staff people to talk with the Intelligence Production Course members on the Hill on the afternoon of 10 April. He said they would also like Mr. Maury to speak to this group that morning, if this was possible. I told we would look into this and let him know what could be done.. 6. GLC) In response to his call of yesterday, I called Eric Free man, on taff of Representative Charles B. Rangel (D., N.Y.), and. told him that,while we did not vouch for the accuracy of all the information in the Moose/Lowenstein report of April 1971, he could find answers to some of the questions he had raised about activities in Long Tieng. I told him that anything further they might desire on this should be the basis of a request either i ces to Chairman Hebert or to Mr. Frank Slatinshek, House Armed Serv Committee staff. (Slatinshek had previously agreed with this response to Freedman's inquiry.) 25X1 - GLC) In connection with the inquiry from Al Tarabochia, i , Senate Internal Security Subcommittee staff, about the status of the last December, dvised that no action would be taken on this case until after the President's trip to the Soviet Union. We will merely advise Tarabochia that we are and will let the Subcommittee know when he is availaole. 8. ~- JMM) Met with Senator Milton Young (R., N. Dak.) whom I briefed on significant intelligence developments over the past three weeks including items concerning a short-range Soviet missile system, a Soviet bomber, certain sensitive Soviet research facilities, ChiCom submarines, a type of Soviet aircraft, and the Y-class submarine. Senator Young said he was aware of no particular interest or concern in the Senate regarding the Jack Anderson revelations concerning ITT and Chile or Senator Kennedy's allegations about CIA use of AID funds. 9~ JMM) Met with Dorothy Fosdigk, of Senator Jackson's staff, and briefed her on recent developments of intelligence significance (see predeeding item). Approved For Release 2003/04/23 : CIA-1 D'P~7460415R000500010006-6