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September 7, 1973
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Approved For Release 2004/03/11 : CC, Ip ~ 5B00380R000200100032-8 Journal - Office of Legislative Counsel Page 2 Friday - 7 September 1973 3. Cliff Hackett, House Foreign Affairs Committee staff, called to say that Chairmen Rosenthal and Hamilton would like the briefing on Greece for themselves and a few colleagues in Rosenthal's office, room 2453 RHOB, at 10:00 a. m. on Thursday, 13 September. He said he doubted there would be a large gathering and the briefing could be very informal. 4. I I Called Dorothy Fosdick, Permanent Sub- committee on Investigations to say that we had considered her request for sweeps and security checks on Senator Jackson's office but felt that in view of political concern over the Agency's involvement in domestic matters of any kind, and the precedent this would establish, we have to say no, referring them to the FBI as the appropriate agency for such tasks. I also told Miss Fosdick that we had no evidence that the Soviets were shipping American grain to other foreign nations, although Soviet transatlantic vessels had been known, because of the current congestion in Soviet ports, to discharge grain in certain European ports for subsequent shipment on smaller coastal vessels to the USSR. 5. Representative Edward J. Derwinski called and said he and Senator Robert T. Stafford are going to Chile around 1 October as members of the Interparliamentary Union and would like a briefing on Chile from the Agency. I told him this could' be done and he said he would check with Senator Stafford and call me back on Monday to set a 25X1 time, aiming for Wednesday, 12 September. Approved For Release 2004/03/11 : CIA-RDP75B00380R000200100036RC, 7/3/2003