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Approved For Release 2001/08/08 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000100100016-7 DIARY NC/TES Wednesday, 3 December 1. - buzzed on the squawk box and asked for you. Told him that you were on leave for the remainder of the week and asked if I could help him. He said he had a procurement problem and wondered whom he should take it to in your absence. I suggested that he call He let that drop and asked who was in charge of our Procurement shop; I told him that Mr, Garrison was. He said he guessed held call Mr. Garrison. Mr. Garrison happened to be up here later in the day and I asked him if Mr. =had, called him. He said he had and that all it concerned was the delivery of two typewriters) Mr. Garrison said, "he got his typewriters1l" 25X1A9a 2. of DD/Its Office came in to see you. Told him the same story 25X1A9a as above and asked if could be of any assistance. He said held tell his story to me so that someone in the immediate Office of the DD/A would be famil- iar with the story should we get a call. Seems as though has been charged with getting together some charts and other graphics materia for the Director to brief General Eisenhower on or about the first of next week. had set this coming Friday for a test run; consequently, he needed the finished products by that time. of 25X1A9a OCI is working on the project for him and experienced a little difficulty the other day with our reproduction shop in getting priority on work he had asked to be done. However, this was all ironed out and things are running along quite smoothly. Mr. lt th O diffi t if h b f th y so e cu a ffice to e aware o said that he wanted t is should call for assistance there would be no delay in offering ith out this and he I d if h h d t lk d k 25X1A9a e a e e a w as 25X1A9a said he hadn't. I suggested that it might be a good idea to have farm)- 25X1A9a jar with the matter inasmuch as if any difficulty arose he would probably be able to resolve it right at the source, agreed. I called re- 25X1A9a lated the whole story to him and asked him to get in touch with 25X1A9a 25X1A9 Told ou sked for ll d i ti d J i itt P t C a . y e an a 3. ee on n ng, ca n omm r o him that you were on leave for a few days and asked if I could take a message. He said that he knew what he was about to tell me wasn't a function of this Office but felt that we would know where in the Agency it should be handled, Stated that the Government Printing Office is going to press next week on the issuance of a "Pocket Pictorial Directory of the 53rd Congress" and that for Approved For Release 2001/08/08 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000100100016-7 Approved For Release 2001/081Q8 Clq=RDP7~-001838000190100016-7 'AL the first time such a pamphlet is being offered to Government agencies and depart- ments; heretofore it has been restricted to the Houses Senate, Executive Offices etc. He thought that CIA might be interested in having copies and added that he felt it should be disseminated on a very limited basis. Said that we should contact GPO direct, I called in Mr. Pforzheimer's office and gave her the infor- mation, emphasizing a? we should get our order in as soon as possible. (I learn- ed from Dr. Andrews' secretary in OCD, that Mr. Pforzheimer even hand- les ordering o publications when our lamma1rs are involvedL) Approved For Release 2001/08/08 : Cr RDP76-00183R000100100016-7