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July 20, 1961
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Approved For Release. 2001/03/30 S?QR T P76-00183Rj00300100070-5 DIARY NOTES 25X1A DD/S 20 July 1961 25X1A9a 25X1A6a 25X1A9a 25X1A6a 25X1A9a 25X1A9a 25X1 C4c 25X1A6a 25X1A6a 1. I received a telephone call from Dr. Leavy in the Office of the Secretary of Defense concerning fallout protection in our new building. Apparently, he is working on the responsibilities of the Department of Defense in connection with the President's Civil Defense Program. He had received a report somewhere that an exception had been made and that we had received funds to provide fallout protection at our new building. I assured him that this was not the case and told him that the Appropria- tions Committee had specifically advised us at the time of our hearing that they would not be sympathetic to providing this protection. 2. Jim Garrison reported that humidity conditions at the new building will pre- vent the painting of some of the space into which we had planned to move during Sep- tember. This cou led with the possibility of strikes might delay us for another month. However, he and will look into the situation more carefully and will give a report to me at an early date. 25X1A6a 3. Matt Baird reported that he interviewed the ten delinquent JOT's at and that he was nod"convinced that only five of them should be put on pr n. He was also thoroughly satisfied that the faculty at had been at least as 25X1 A6a much at fault as the JOT's had been. Despite this recent trouble Matt still believes that this class is the best which we have had. 25X1A9a 4. was up to talk with me about a $4,000 addition to house . I approved of this alteration which is to be com- pleted sometime prior to the date on which will move in. I also approved for H. G. a voucher for the reimbursement of $195 to for a party that he gave for selected people in the area. 25X1A9a 6. Ed Saunders and I interviewed who had been returned from his duties i because of the financial irregularities at one of the bases. I be- lieve that the proper performance of his duties could have prevented this and without going into great detail I told =that I felt quite strongly that he could have and should have established administrative and accounting procedures which would have prevented Approved For Release 2001/03/30_: CIA-RDP76-00183R000300100070-5 ? FI RFT Approved For Release.Y2001/03/30` LTA-F DP76-00183E 00300100070-5 25X1A6a 25X1A6a 25X1A6a 25X1A9a 25X1A9a the theft of funds which took place. In addition to this, I told him that I could not for- give him for writing to headquarters indicating that certain discrepencies found in an audit report had been corrected when, in fact, they had not. I also told him, however, that we would consider this incident as a single one in his otherwise good record and that he should not consider himself "black-balled. " We, of course, will watch his future performance very closely. He is to be the Finance Officer in the EE Division, and while I think he is quite impressed with the disciplinary action that we have taken, I do not contemplate any further trouble of this kind. 7. Mr. an employee of the Office of Communications, who is leaving tomorrow, the twenty-first of July, called to ask me to intercede in his behalf and allow him to draw his pay check rather than take it to satisfy his indebtedness to the Govern- ment. I checked this with as well as with and found that Mr. has handled his finances very badly; in addition to his failure to repay $300 or $400 advance which is months overdue, he owes the Credit Union some $1,300. recommended that we make no exceptions to the Regulation in his case. Approved For Release 2001/03/30 :CIA-RDP76-00183R000300100070-5 SFCRFT