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March 11, 1971
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Contact 3 Approved For Release 2007/02/07 : CIA-RDP74B0041A500050014-9 Out 2 SECRET In 3 JOURNAL OFFICE OF LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL Thursday - 11 March 1971 1. (Confidential - JGO) In response to a request from members of House Foreign Affairs Committee to Chile, I met with Miss June Nigh, Senior Staff Assistant of the Committee, who told me that there is no authorized or planned travel by any Committee members at present. The Subcommittees have not been organized and probably will not be before 25X1A late next week. Until the Subcommittees are organized, there will be no 25X1 authority for planned overseas travel. I _A has been advised. 3. (Secret - GLC) Picked up from the Senate Armed Services Committee Staff the list of questions which Chairman Stennis has asked that we answer and include with the Director's prepared statement to the Armed Services Committee on 4 March. 4. (Unclassified - GLC) Called the f r House Speaker John McCormick and made arrangements for and myself to give 25X1 him an updated briefing at 3:30 Monday afternoon at his suite in the Providence Hospital. SECRET Approved For Release 2007/02/07 : CIA-RDP74B00415R000500050018-9 Approved For Release 2007/02/ZURE9i 74B00415R000500050018-9 Journal - Office of Legislative Counsel Page 2 Thursday - 11 March 1971 5. (Confidential - GLC) Talked with Stuart French, OSD/ISA, about the letter the Director has received from Senator Symington setting forth the charter of his Subcommittee on U. S. Agreements and Commit- ments Abroad and his request for cooperation with members of the Sub- committee staff. French agreed that the item in the statement of the Subcommittee's responsibility having to do with the intelligence community was new and agreed that this posed problems for both Defense and the Agency. He said the matter had been taken up with Chairman Stennis who is reluctant to take issue with Chairman Fulbright on what Stennis regards as a legitimate area of interest on the part of the Foreign Relations Com- mittee. It is French's opinion (he is a former minority staff member of the Senate Armed Services Committee) that Senator Margaret Chase Smith could be influential with Stennis on this matter. French and I agreed to keep in touch on this situation. 6. (Unclassified - RCR) Miss Naughton, in the office of Representative John A. Blatnik (D. , Minn. ), called and requested we STATINTL provide her with application forms and brochures for a constituent, Mr. STATINTL She advised that had previously applied with the Agency in 1967, but accepted a better position with NSA. She wanted STATINTL L.0 know if we had any record of this prior application. After checking with OP, I returned Miss Naughton's call and advised her that we did have a record of an individual by that name as a prior appli- cant and that I have forwarded the requested forms and brochures to her. She thanked me for my help. 7. (Unclassified - MMC) Received a call from Mr. Maguire, in the office of Senator Buckley (C. , N. Y. ), who requested application forms and brochures for a constituent, Forms and brochures were sent out. should the interest materialize further. 8. (Unclassified - LLM) Mr. Everett Bierman, Staff Consultant, House Foreign Affairs Committee, called on behalf of one of the senior Republican members of the Committee who was interested in job possibilities for the son of a Personnel literature was sent to Mr. Bierman and an offer made to set up an interview appointment JOHN M. MAURY Legislative Counsel cc: ER, O/DDCI, 25X1A SF(L T roVP P2el e 2 '6 W, : L9ML1R + B00415FZ6bO''ddb'36018-9 S&T, EA/DDP, OPPB, Item 7 - OP