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January 22, 1962
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Approved For Release 2006/01/03 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000400010099-3 . :3U a.m. .2. cm ( 4y, 7 A Approved For Release 2006/01/03 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000400010099-3 Approved For Release 2006/01 / AfEE- DP76-00l83R00Qi00010099-3 DD/S 22 January 1962 1. Jim Garrison reported that we have not yet received the letter from the Public Buildings Service concerning the status of the headquarters building. However, Jim was reasonably certain that when we did get it, it would say that the South half of the building would be in approximately the same condition on or about 5 February as the North half 25X1 was when we moved into it in September. 4. I walked through the space belonging to the Office of Security in the headquarters building today. They are all very pleased because what they have is such a tremendous improvement over the arrangements in the old buildings. However, they certainly are stacked in pretty tightly and I am completely sympathetic to their request to move out twenty people back to Alcott Hall. I talked to bout this and asked him t25X1 ascertain whether the space in Alcott Hall was sti avai a e and to discuss this with me sometime within the next few days. This problem is outlined in a memorandum dated 29 December 1961 from the Director of Security to the Deputy Director (Support) which I have sent to the Director of Logistics. 5. I talked to General Cabell about Shef Edwards and particularly sought his views as to whether I should ask Shef to remain on after he became eligible for retirement next June. I told him that I had in mind asking Shef to remain on for a while and that I felt that this might be psychologically good inasmuch as Shef is pretty sensitive on this point and does not want his departure to appear in any way to be connected with the change in the Administration of the Agency. General Cabell said he thought that this was a good idea but emphasized that he would not be here to support the action and therefore could only advise me without accepting any responsibility. LKW:Approved For Release 2006/01/03 C.J - DP76-00183R000400010099-3