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February 11, 1965
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SECRE Approved For Release 20 /08/27 : CIA-RDP76-00 T 3R00050005,0 24-0 ~-''" DIARY NOTES DD/S `~'V 11 February 1965 1. At the Executive Committee Meeting this morning Mr. McCone and General Carter cautioned everyone that the strictest possible interpretation of the need-to-know principle must be applied insofar as the current military operations in Vietnam are concerned. They both fear that, due to the large number of people attending meetings at which decisions for strikes, etc . , are being made, this information could leak to the enemy and could lead to a dis- aster on the part of our own troops. 2. Matt Baird telephoned about the following items: a. He said that my comments about been well received. s briefing had 25X1A9a b. Matt also said that they had been meeting and discussing my memorandum about the Support Services Course. He felt that, while there is great room for improvement in the Course, the situation is not too bad and that my idea to tell each student definitely where he will work after this Course is probably of greatest importance. However, I think that he was concerned that we might take these people away from 25X1A9a and the JOT Staff insofar as the handling of their assignments is concerned. I told him that this was not my intent and that I would ensure that Hal and the others working on this problem are in full collaboration with Bob. sites: one almost in front of the Headquarters building, one near Route 123, and a third next to our proposed Printing Services plant. They did not recom- mend the last, however. I think that they are inclined to favor the site almost in front of the building because they fear that the site near Route 123 would annoy our neighbors. At the moment, however, I am rather inclined to favor this site. In any case, I asked them to prepare a paper showing the pros and cons of each of these three sites. I also asked them to provide for approxi- mately 100 parking spaces in their cost estimates. H. S. estimated that the entire construction would cost $400, 000. I believe that if we can get $400, 000 from the Congress we can get $500, 000. In any case, it will be necessary to have funds for contingencies. Approved For Release 2000/08/27 : CIA-RDP76-00183R000500050024-0 rl SECRET g:nRET Approved For Release4900/08/27 : CIA-RDP76-00183R0005OW024-0 4. f the National ecur Agency, telephoned and plans to come over on Tuesday, 16 February, at 11 a.m. with one or two of his people to discuss some of us for lunch and the discussion. :ow whom he will bring with him, I shall invite one or two others to join 5. Larry Houston reported that Bill Darden of Senator Russell's staff has agreed that we should proceed with our summer employment program and inform Senator Russell at some later date when he returns to the Senate. (I will therefore tell General Carter that we have the Congressional green light and that we should proceed as soon as we get the White House green light.) LKW:jrf R P76-001838000500050024-0 Approved For Release 2000/08/27 : CIA- EGRET