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Approved For Release 2006/07/19: CIA- E}T80R000300010030-9 Journal - Office of Legislative Counsel Page 2 Monday - 17 September 1973 2. - GLC) Hand-carried to the offices of Senators Lawton Chi es p., a. and Stuart Symington (D., Mo.) copies of the Director's letter to I on the subject of Agency doctors engaging in private practice during off-duty hours. 3. - GLC) Left with David Martin, Senate Internal __Securit Subcommittee staff. some additional material whic I I saw Martin briefly and told him that from the Agency, would be calling him regarding several questions 25X1 w ich he (Martin) has about some of the material we have already given him. 4? - GLC) Met with Al Tarabochia, Senate Internal Security Subcommittee staff, and told him I was expecting something today on his request for access to 25X1 Tarabochia said he would IT e to talk with George Carver about some information he has developed with respect to Vietnamese POWs. From what I could gather, Tarabochia has information regarding the role which certain Cubans played in interrogation of American POWs and he has supporting evidence about some of these people which is based upon information he obtained from Cuba. I told Tarabochia I would be in touch with Carver and see if I could arrange for him to give Tarabochia a call. 5? - JGO) At Mike Finley's, Inter-American Affairs Subcommittee start, request, the time for meeting with Chairman Dante Fascell was changed to 3:30 p. m. , Tuesday, 18 September, for briefing on Chile. OCI, has been advised. 25X1 6. I JGO) Talked to Bill Ashworth, Arms Control, International Law and Organization Subcommittee staff, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, who told me he did not feel it necessary to take the time of our people for a special briefing on recent Soviet missile testing. He asked if I would drop by in the next few days and just give him enough of an outline so that he can assess priorities in scheduling Committee briefings. The present schedule is so tight that he does not foresee time for briefing of the Subcommittee for at least the next couple of weeks. Dave Brandwein, FMSAC, has been advised. CRC, 8/15/2003 MORI/CDF Approved For Release 2006/07/19: CIA-RDP75B00380R000300010030-9