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July 6, 1964
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Approved Qw. Release 2006/ uRl-RDP76-00, 3R000500020043-2 DIARY NOTES DD/S 6 July 1964 2. 1 talked to 3. Emmett Echols conferred with me on a number of things. a. Emmett had a good talk with Bob Ayers of GSI this morning about a barbershop in the Headquarters building and was optimistic that this could be worked out. b. Emmett brought to my attention the proposed one-year contract fo as an independent contractor at $500 per task. WH Divi- sion anticipates that he will have not more than six tasks. I offered no objection. c. Emmett reported to me on a meeting which he and a number of others attended in Mr. Kirkpatrick's office Thursday, 2 July, at which time Kirk advised the group that we would have an alumni organization. Approved For Release 2006/01/03 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000500020043-2 SECRET SECRET Approved*6r Release 2006/01/03 : CIA-RDP76-0Ul 3R000500020043-2 25X1A9A IIhas already drafted the bylaws, etc. Emmett reminded the group that in a staff study prepared not too long after General Carter and Mr. McCone came to the Agency it was decided by them that we would not have an alumni organization and that there was already an Agency Regulation at the printers having to do with the CIA Reserve. (We anticipated using the Reserve in about the same way Kirk now anticipates using the alumni association.) Kirk told Emmett that we should not rescind the Regulation being printed but that we should "drag our feet on its implementation. " d. I reviewed a draft of a letter to the Civil Service Commission re- garding summer employment which Emmett had prepared in accordance with General Carter's request. I asked him to coordinate it with John Bross, Jack Earman, and Larry Houston. 4. Mr. Sanders of the Civil Service Commission telephoned to say that the film footage taken at the White House on the occasion of the President's Distinguished Federal Civilian Service Awards ceremony was ready for view- ing and would be shown at 1400 hours on Thursday, 9 July. I asked Emmett 25X1A9A to send someone to view the film and suggested that 1 :1 of the Office of Training go along. I also asked him to notify Mr. Sanders of who would be attending from the Agency. S. I advised that I want to seel when he re- turns from his current TDY, probably sometime this next weekend. 6. I alerted both d Jack Earman to a letter which the Di- The gist of the letter is that he is resigning because of his dissati f i s act on with Agency administrative procedures and practices involving deep cover employees. 7. Bob Fuchs telephoned to say that the vault in the South Building will not be finished until about 1 August and that he therefore wants to postpone the move of the Office of Finance now scheduled for 13 July. I confirmed my earlier view that I do not want the Office of Finance to move until the vault is ready unless there are compelling and overriding reasons for doing so. I a elrarl l.._ , _ -, . . .. - - - 25X1A9A 25X1A9A Approved For Release 200, DI IA-RDP76-00183R000500020043-2 SECRET Appr d For Release 2006/01/03 : CIA-RDRZ$-001838000500020043-2 8. At the Executive Committee Meeting this morning: b. General Carter also said that some military friend of his had recommended a helicopter, the Kaman UH-2C, as being extremely use- ful in the counterinsurgency field. (I also aske o look into this and to advise me regarding what he knows out t s elicopter.) 9. Dick Helms contacted me to discuss further the executive pay scale. He felt strongly that the four Assistant Deputy Directors should be at the same level as the General Counsel and the Inspector General. He also would much prefer to have the "four field station chiefs" positions changed so that they could be used for personnel on duty at Headquarters. He explained that he has about four people at Headquarters whom he believed to be more deserving than anyone he has in the field. These four are Jim. Critchfield, Des FitzGerald, Jim Angleton, and Bill Colby. I told Dick that I would put his views forward when I discuss the pay scale with General Carter. I learned later that Level VI was deleted in the Senate bill, and I conferred with Larry Houston and Emmett Echols about the approach we should take. We agreed that they would do a further analysis of the bills as they now stand so that we would be better pre- pared to discuss the matter with General Carter on Wednesday afternoon, 8 July. Approved For Release 2006/01/03 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000500020043-2 SECRET Approved For Release 2006NIA-RDP76-00183R000500020043-2 `.r 12. Emmett Echols conferred with me on a number of things. a. Emmett reported that he has had no luck yet in finding a secre- tary for Mr. Dulles. I asked him to keep trying. b. I agreed with Emmett that would become the Chief of the Personnel Operations Division upon completion of his current tour of duty with DD/S&T on 30 September. I also agreed that on that dat would take over from as Deputy Director of Personnel. (This, of course, assumes that this date is satisfactory to DD/P.) c. Emmett reported that the Personnel Evaluation Board has con- sidered the case of the JOT recently thrown out of the JOT Program be - cause of an infraction of the rules ati At the moment Emmett believes that this individual should not be terminated from the Agency. d. Emmett and I talked about I next assignment, and I said that I would be perfectly willing to have him as Deputy Chief in the Personnel Operations Division. I asked Emmett to let me know how his talk with Bob comes out since I will be seeing Bob tomorrow. If Emmett is not going to use him in some key position in the Office of Personnel, I want to consider using him in the S Career Service. LKW :jrf H 25X1A9A 25X1A9A Approved For Release 200 ETIA-RDP76-00183R000500020043-2