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November 19, 1952
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Approved For$,wlease 2001/08 - RDP76-00183F3,p+O0100100d2 __,rdy oWrm?tiof DIARY NOTES ADD A 19 November 1952 25X1A9a 1. was over to discuss the proposed new Health Insurance Program with me an o po out that adaptation of this Program would probably mean that 25X9A2 eventually some 'M of our deep cover agents would be without insurance. I will ex- plain this to Mr. Wolf. 2, Dr. Tietjen called again to express his concern at the attitude of the Jun- ior Professional Selection Panel. I told him that I thought he need have no worries about the outcome of this problem. 25X9A2 3, Met with Messrs. to discuss housing 25X1A6a at It develops a we can pay down-payments. plus settlement charges, on 12 houses which is the maximum we need at the moment) for not to exceed $25,000. 25X1A9a were instructed to work with Training and I&S to draft e necessary papers which would give the Government maximum protection and, at the same time, allow the employee to pay the equivalent of rent. Under this arrangement the employee will not be taking any risk and will not have an opportunity to make a profit. 5. Authorized Jim Garrison to talk to of the Engineers who is25X1A9a about to retire and who is interested in being Chief of our Peal Estate and Con- struction Division. Emphasized to Jim that no commitments should be made without DD/A and DCI approval. 6. Delivered a lecture on "Administrative Support" to employees attending the Agency Orientation Course. 25X1A9a 7. reports that he will have some people to loan to Ed Saunders within twenty-four to forty-eight hours. We already have eight people borrowed from other offices and if Ted comes through with as many as half a dozen, which he indi- cated he might, we should be temporarily in fairly good shape. 25X1A9a 8. called the Director's Office regarding as mlhipment to the Far as . We telephoned reminded him that was to con5X1A9a 25X1A9a back to him with this problem, an as a him to get in tout wi the an and find out what the trouble was. Told him that if he would let me know what the difficul- ty was I would see that everything possible was done to resolve it. Approved For Release 2001/08/08 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000100100023-9 Approved For&ease 2001/08/08 : CIA .RDP76-00183W0100100023-9 25X1A9a 9. telephoned expressing some disappointment at the fact that we had not au orize the grades requested for a rather large number of DD/P personnel. He said that a number of people already held the higher grades. I told him that in these cases only we would make exceptions but that these exceptions were not to be interpreted as commitments that the positions would actually be authorized at the higher grades when we got around to a detailed classification review. Approved For Release 2001/08/08 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000100100023-9