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Approved For Release 2001/ 8/E0 O RDP76-00183RQ00100100012- Sr- S -uritv i-=Formatiof 25X1A9a 25X1A9a 25X1A9a 25X1A9a 25X1A6a 25X1A9a DIARY NOTES ADD /A 9 December 1952 1. Advised Acting AD/RR, that we would provide in some way the $130,00 which he needs to give a dinner party for ORR consultants. Have in- structed to work out the best method of doing this. 2. Instructed of Personnel to see that the Deputy Director (Intel- ligence), Deputy Direc or Pans), Director of Training, and Assistant Director (Communications) are furnished on a monthly basis with personnel statistics apply- ing to their individual Offices. 25X1A6a 3. Approved of Mr. Garrison and oin to on Monday to make certain transportation arrangements with the Port of Embarka-25X1A6a tion. They will clear through AD/O, an d reques Chief25X1A9a of the Office, arrange for the necessary meetings. 1, Jim Garrison reports that bought $1$,000 worth of materiel af- ter he had been given written instructions not to make additional urchases. The materiel was no good and there was some unpleasantness in telling a" that 25 1A9a we would refuse to pay the bill. With all of the ramifications, we now have our money back and the incident is closed. 5. Jim Garrison talked to me about a grade GS-16 for the Chief of his Supply Division. Told him of the recommendations we had made for his Office as a whole and requested that he wait until the Director had acted upon these recommendations before pressing the matter further. Also emphasized to Jim that we were getting a sizeable number of military personnel in his shop in key positions and that we must make plans now to replace these people with competent civilians when their tours of duty were up. He is keenly aware of this and is taking action according- ly. 6. Jim Reber called to inquire whether or not it was our intent to include NSCIDts and DCID's in our new Regulations. I told him that it was not, and stated that it was not necessary for him to take any initiative in connection with the preparation of regulations in which he had a primary interest until we so requested. 25X1A9a 7. Attended a meeting with Mr. Dulles, Mr. Wolf, Mr. Wisner, - b Colonel Baird, and connection with 25X1/49a the Maritime Training Program, _in new reduced requir A9a ments called for the training of 124 people during the Fiscal Year 1953, and, with and Mr. Wisner indicated that this was a very conservative estimate and could be counted on as realistic. There was general agreement that this type of training should be conducted by the Agency. Approved For Release 2001/08/08 : CIA=RDP76-00183R000100100012-1 Approved For Wease 2001/081D$ z IA RDP76-00183RGe0100100012-1 irrrrormaflc3rl The Deputy Director (Administration) was requested to negotiate the lease and staff an administrative plan for presentation to the Project Review Committee. Later in the day I discussed this matter with Mr. Garrison and turned a copy of Colonel Baird's estimates over to him for analysis. I will turn another copy over 25X1A9a to for staffing of a complete administrative plan. 8. Mr. Hedden gave me a letter received from a who claims that 25X1A9a the Finance Division is derelict in not paying mone which they owed to him prompt- ly after his resignation. I turned this over to b" and told him to settle25X1A9a the matter for sure on Wednesday., the 10th. 9. Had a long session with regarding John's re-25X1A9a port of his trip to the Far East and I think that we are in general agreement as to how to correct the deficiencies noted by him. 25X1A9a 10. Yet with regarding the - case. CovereX'A9a the history of the case brie. y an told ,em that I believed it had reached the 25X1A9a point where must either accept the doctor's recommendation that he re- sign or the odor wo be obliged to make a report of the case to the Director with an indorsement by t ficer indicating that as a result of the Med- 25X1A9a ical Officer's diagnosis Was considered to be a risk. It was agreed 25X1A9a that Messrs. would recommend to that he ask Mr. 25X1A9a 25X1A9a - to follow the doctor's recommendation an res gn. I agreed that with a resignation in hand the effective date could be at the termination of accrued sick and annual leave. 25X1A9a Approved For Release 2001/08/4 RDP76-00183R000100100012-1