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September 12, 1974
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Approved For Release 2006/09/25 : CIA-RDP76M00527R000700080019-6 25X1 C Journal - Office of Legislative Counsel Page 3 Thursday - 12 September 1974 11. Met with Chairman Lucien N. Nedzi (D. , Mich. ), Special Subcommittee on te.lligence, House Armed Services Committee, and gave him copies of the Director's prepared text of the "Address to the Fund for Peace Conference on CIA and Covert Actions, " to be presented on 13 September, a summary extract, and a copy of the outline of activities for the National Security Project, Fund for Peace. With regard to press reports of Senator Frank Church's (D. , Idaho) desire to review the Intelligence Subcommittee transcript, Chairman Nedzi indicated that he would b~~X~bafHR to authorize such a release. I reviewed with Nedzi the decision of t arbitrator on Air American/SAT, the status of Air America and the 30 August 1974 Renegotiation Board letter of exemption to Air America, and gave him copy #1464, Volume 18, No. 2, "Studies in Intelligence, " which contains a paper by Chairman Nedzi. Chairman Nedzi noted in passing that he has received a letter charging that together with the Chief of the Army and the Chief of Staff, are on t lie CIA payroll. has been advised. 25X1A 12. I I Met with Paul Summitt, General Counsel, Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Criminal Laws and Procedures, to discuss the Agency's position concerning court review of Agency classified information, and left with him a position paper on the subject. Summitt had a clear understanding of our position. He gave me a copy of and discussed the latest version of Section 1124, Disclosing Classified Information, in the modification of the criminal laws,,8,-149_0, now before the Subcommittee (see memorandum to OGC). Summitt alerted me to hearings scheduled by his Subcommittee for 1 and 2 October on S. 2820, which establishes procedures for wiretapping by the U. S. Government. The hearings were scheduled to satisfy Senator Gaylord Nelson (D., Wis. ), who threatened otherwise to Vqntroduce a floor amendment to the State/Justice Appropriations bill to require a warrant in all wiretapping. The Director, FBI, and the Attorney General will be testifying. Summitt said the Agency would not have to appear but he wanted to be sure we follow. the hearings closely to protect our interests. Accompanied the Director to a meeting with the CIA Subcommittee olSenate Armed Services regarding Chile. See Memo for Record. Approved For Release 2006/09/25 : CIA-RDP76M00527R000700080019-6