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November 17, 1952
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Approved Fot,$elease 2001/08/08 : CIA-RDP76-0018380001001000 DIARY NOTES 25X1A9a 25X1C4a 25X1A6a ADD /A 17 November 1952 1. Discussed with the paper written by Jim Reber on principles governing our budgetary re a ions p with _ Gave him the comments of the Comptroller and the General Counsel, as well as a copy of our agreement with= and suggested that something along those lines be worked out. 25X1A 2. Talked to Matt Baird about Personnel from his office and Jim Garrison's will go to the site tomorrow to investigate the housing situation fur- p ma e as well as a paper on a es 25X1A6a $1,8!43,670. S will have the latter paper reviewed by Ed Saunders. ther Matt also delivered to me a paper which recommended full. utilization of facilities by the transfer of certain activities located in Washington, eration at which totals d cast of o t th ti 25X1A9a 3 tele honed to inquire as to whether or not a cable dispatch- . 25X1A9a ed today to had been coordinated with us. It had to do with re- ducing the size of the mission. Jack also said that there was no indica- 25X1A6a tion that the cable had been coordinated with either DD/A or AD/P and pointed out that we were not on the distribution list. He said that he would see that we were put on the distribution list and also stated that he thought he would bring this to the attention of the Director. 14. Stuart Hedden dropped in for a few minutes. While not making a full re- port, he said that there were three things which he found wrong at almost every station. The first is that people are not being paid on time and money is not being deposited to their accounts as scheduled, etc. The second has to do with travel arrangements, both for the employees and their dependents, and the third with the shipment of household goods. 5. Arranged for George Meloon to go to New York tomorrow to administer the Oath of Office, get secrecy agreement signed, and accomplish consultant contract, etc., with Mr. Ed Green, General Eisenhower's liaison man. This is necessary in connection with arrangements being made by the DD/I for daily delivery to General Eisenhower of the same material we make available to President Truman. Approved For Release 2001/08/08 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000100100025-7