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December 9, 2016
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August 24, 2001
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October 5, 1973
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Approved For Release 2001 /08/ 1/#-l QP75B00380R000600170030-9 25X1A cc: O/DDCI Ex. Sec. 25X1A Mr. Houston Mr. Thuermer 25X1A DDI DDM&S OPPB EA/DDO DDS&T 25X1A Item 7 - DCD Journal - Office of Legislative Counsel Page 3 Friday - 5 October 1973 of the Fascell Inter-American Affairs Subcommittee on Thursday, 11 October, at 10:00 a. m. Czarnecki agreed that the Committee will use the House Official Reporters and that the Agency will maintain security control of the transcript. The briefing on Chile will be in executive session and as near as is known at the moment, only one staff representative will be present, Mike Finley of the Subcommittee staff. On a separate note Czarnecki indicated that the handling of the AID bill is a very confused picture at present. In effect, it will be necessary to overcome a myriad of House rules to recall S. 1443 from the Senate and substitute the material therein for the present content of S. 2335 which is now before the House. He feels that this will take some time at least until after the Senate two-week recess. When the matter is getting ready for conference, he would like to sit down with us to review our position in keeping with Chairman Morgan's comments concerning police training. Czarnecki also mentioned that there had been no further consideration of the general intelligence briefing for the full Committee. He will advise on this point. 10. (Secret - JGO) Accompanied by I met with Marian Czarnecki, Chief of Staff, House Foreign Affairs Committee, and agreed with him on the administrative backup for the Director's briefing ].8th. IC, and Charles Briggs, OPPB, have, been adv_jsed. 11. (Confidential - JGO) Talked to Ralph Preston, House Appropriations Committee staff, several times during the day concerning the scheduling of the Director's briefing of the Special Group on the intelligence community budget and Agency budget. Chairman Mahon was not able to convene the Committee during the coming week. Due to the absence of Mr. Colby from Headquarters, a meeting could not be scheduled for the week of 15 October. Preston did not feel that schedule for the week of 22 October would be feasible. It is hoped that further guidance can be obtained during the coming week since the Committee is committed to the leadership to mark up the Defense bill on the Approved For Release 2001/08/30 : CIA-RDP75B00380R000600170030-9