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February 27, 1958
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Approved For Relese 2000/09/08-EP76-00183R0'300010113-7 DIARY NOTES DD S 25X1A12b M 27 February :1958 2. Mr.- dropped by to advise me of his concern in connection with the 25X1A9a the DD/P contact for this "censorship agreement." It seems as though matter, neglected to coordinate the agreement within the DD/P Area and at this late 25X1A9a date, after the Secretary of Defense and the Director of Defense Mobilization have signed it, DD/P is finding considerable fault with it and have indicated that they will write a memorandum of protest to the Director about it. I told to try to straighten it out without their writing such a memorandum but that if they still insisted on doing 25X1A this I had no objection inasmuch as the failure was strictly on DD/P's head for not co- ordinating it in the first place. (It would, however, be rather embarrassing to the Agency to make major changes at this late date.) Approved For Release 2000/09/08 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000300010113-7 Approved For Release 2000/09/O p P76-00183RO60300010113-7 !,.~r 25X1A9a 4. reported that he had talked to the SE Division about their rota- tion problems and found that they had none. He said that sat in on this discussion; it is, therefore, a little difficult to understand just what Ted was talking about when he raised this matter with me. 5. I reviewed papers prepared by Gordon Stewart on our "early retirement" problem and sent them to Kirk via or the Director's use in his appear- ance before the Killian Committee omor . in discussing the attack to be made on our retirement problem, Rud told me that he thought we must have an actuarial study of the ~e we had when we set up our insurance program; also, that he like to add to the task force which is now composed of himself and I told him that I would approve of the actuarial study but that I would like him to cuss with Gordon the idea of adding John to the task force. 6. I signed a letter to the Public Buildings Service on the subject of "security procedures for the contractors' employees during the construction of our new build- lug., 7. I discussed with the possibility of paying for the fence sur- rounding our new building out of our building appropriation. He said that he preferred to wait until we had firm estimates on the building itself before making this decision and l agreed. 25X1A9a 8. H. S. reported that he had made arrangements to go to Richmond with Mr. - and representatives of the National Park Service sometime within the next few days and that the paper on "secure telephone service" would be ready to present for approval within a few days. 9. We discussed at some length the necessity for the Clandestine Services, or a part thereof, to have a portion of the cafeteria in the new building blocked off for their exclusive use. I asked him to discuss this with W I also told him that. I thought a. very strong case could be ma a or t Ws an t a would be reluctant to try to push in the other direction; in fact, I was rather surprised that the Office of Security had not insisted on better precautions to control the entry of outsiders to the cafeteria. (I want to pursue this matter further.) 25X1A9a 25X1A9a Approved For Release 2000/09/08 : CIA - 00183R000300010113-7 Err 41