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Adders ~pn? ~d For Release Q7/02/07 : CIA-RDP77M00144R000300030033-3 z 1 - fIce of T,avis1afirrA. SECRET ~oni H 6.1 Received a call from General: I I Counsel, reg ing e implications of House Rule XI and the Harrington episode on Chile. I briefed him fully on this and then asked him if NSA had25X1A focused on674, the Daniels bill giving Government employees right of I l counsel. did not seem to be familiar with the bill so I had u of this Office, discuss it with him in detail. 7? Jack Brady, staff of the House International Relations ee, called an we confirmed arrangements for. NIO/SEA, to give the Committee staff an updated briefing tomorrow a : 10: 3 -- Kdowd" Relations ommi a , about the desirability of 9 A~,pril,ver.sus 1.0 April, for the Director's briefing of the Arms Control, International Organizations and Security Agreements Subcommittee. We will get together tomorrow to settle on a time and review ~he substance to be covered. 9. John Warner and I met with Mike Lemov and Tom. Greene, ~Lcrrr or e oversight and Investigations Subcommittee of House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, to discuss the various aspect:}~~ ST" C S....,. r_ R - L5X1A of filings with th e I Fbout R. R. 16'14. He did not appear to be familiar with the bill, but25XlA in d it for .him and pointed out that it was a lift from the Ervin bill of t25X1A the last Congress, S.. 1688. I reminded him that the House Post Office and Civil Service Committee appeared willing last Congress to give ~nd CIA a full exemption from S. 1688. He said he was all for getting full exemption this time around. I told him we were submitting a report on the bill to the Chairman of the Post Office and Civil Service Committee via OMB in which we would express opposition to the bill and ask for an exemption. He said he would o to the commitf e as well. EOIGE L. CARY Legislative Counsel cc: O/DDCI Ex. Sec. D Mr. Thuermer .Mr. Warner EA/D 1~5DI DDA DDS&T Comptroller Approved For Release S'Et 7N0144R000300030033-3 JOURNAL OFFICE OF LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL 25X1 25X1A 'Jednesday -- 2 April 1975 Arranged a ersonnel. interview for with at 1400 hours on 25X1A Thursday, April 1975. e appointment was arranged through .Chuck Dolan, in the office of Representative Joseph D. Early (D., Mass. ). about her request of last week, for STATOTHR information on I tried to arrange a convenient time for me to see her; she is to call me back to arrange an appointment. 25X1A 3. Received a call from Becky Tidrnan, in the office of Representative Dante B. Fascell D 'la Ms. idman inquired about any information CIA might have on I said that since the location was in the United States I doubted we would have anything on the subject, but I would check. 4. I I Accompanied John Warner, General Counsel., to a meeting with Michael Lemove, Chief Counsel, and Tom Greene, Personal Counsel to Representative John Moss, on the Oversight Subcommittee of the House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee. The meeting was arranged in response to a request from Greene to Warner for a briefing on the facts involved in a recent sensitive Agency project. See Memo for Record. 5. I ITohn Warner and I met with Frank Slatinshek, Chief Counsel, 1 uus iueu erIvlices Committee, and gave him a report on our session with Messrs. Lemov. and Greene. Slatinshek was incensed at the position taken by the SEC on this matter and said he thought he would have Chair-- man Nedzi write a letter to the Commission berating them for their position. We suggested this would not serve a useful purpose at this point but did agree it might: be useful if Nedzi spoke to Representative Moss on this subject when Congress reconvenes. We also agreed to provide Slatin.shek with a copy of a letter we have been asked to send to Moss on this subject. Approved For Release 2007/02/07 : CIA-RDP77M00144R000300030033-3 Journal Office of Le sla ive counsel Page 2 A roved o e a 0702/07 : CIA-RDP77M00144R000300030033-3 W edne s ay - grll4 l CONFIDENTIAL_ 6, Received a call. from. John Che si2c5X1A in the office of Representative Thomas E. Morgan (D., Pa.), who r equ that one of our recruiters contact ave a ress J at her home. I called Personnel, an p one number and was told that ecru. xr,en. ivisi2u1A would have someone phone her within the next two to three weeks. I passed this information on to David Smith, in the Representative's office,. (Chesney being gone for the day had informed him of the cal.l), who requested that they be kept informed as to progress on the case. I suggested they send a letter indicating the Congressman's interest in this application so that we could keep them posted and gave them the proper address. 7. 1 Assistant to Senator n . constituent, by a letter this date that a.lled Chris ,Sylvester, Administrative luung , N.D.), and. advised. him that a who applied to the Agency, was being notified did not have a suitable vacancy. I assured Sylvester that we had given because of the Senator's interest, application. application. a very careful review ;HAJA wanted to advise him of the outcome of the 8.1 Accompanied OCI, who 25X1A briefed Marian Czarnecki, Chief of Staff, 1-lotu:se Committee on Trit:ernational Relations, on the situation in Vietnam and Cambodia. The only follow up item was a list of the Cambodians who left Phnom. Penh, with. Lon Nol, also responded to several questions relating to Turkey and. Portugal. The purpose of the briefing on Vietnam was to update Chairman Thomas Morgan (D., Pa.), who is in Pennsylvania, which. Czarnecki will do by phone. In response to my query, arrangements for reporting to the Subcommit:t:ec on Oversight, pursuant to the new requirements of the Foreign Assistance Act, Czarnecki said they would follow the organizational meeting scheduled for 8 April. In connection with that meeting, I told him Mr. Gary would advise him on the procedures followed with the a J @aaj?+ittee since Czarnecki feels the Subcommittee will.want to adopt similar procedures. In connection with Rule XI problem, Czarnecki is in favor of the Agency retaining possession of the transcripts. CO11 NFIDENTIAL Approved For Release 2007/02/07 : CIA-RDP77M00144R000300030033-3 Approved For Release 2007/02/07 : CIA-RDP77M00144R000300030033-3 CONFIDENTIA JOURNAL OFFICE OF LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL Tuesday -- 1 April 1975 1.1 jDr. Don Steininger, former ADDS&T, called yesterday to say he had been contacted by William Miller, Senate Select Committee, and would be meeting him for lunch today. After checking with Mr. Cary, I told Dr. Steininger that he should call and talk to 25X1A IC staff, and if he needed further information to call. Mr. Cary. o a briefing of Don Lynch, Senate Armed Services Committee A ccompaniedl staff, on the subject of Soviet ocean surveillance. The briefing was well received by Lynch and there are no follow up actions. (See OSR's Memo for Record.) 3. I I Richard Moose, -5~71ate Relations 25X1A Committee staff, called to say that he and Chuck Meissner, of the Com.rnzttee staff, would be leaving for the Far East tomorrow morning and would have to cancel their visit to the Agency this afternoon. He asked if NIO/SEA, could call him though. I passed this message to 25X1A 4.1 ICalled Jack Ticer, Senate Armed Services Committee s a , an told him oI my conversation yesterday with Ed Braswell, Chief Counsel, in which Braswell said he preferred the NIB to the "newspaper. " I asked Ticer to tell Braswell I had checked and the Committee was receiving both and I asked Ticer if he would see that Braswell saw the NIB. 5. I ICalled Jack Boos, House Armed Services Committee stab otreemin ni Tr that I was still trying to reach Representative Robert McClory to invite him out to the Headquarters for a background briefing on the Agency. I told him we had mentioned this before and Mr. Nedzi had no problems with it. I told him I am maintaining contact with Frank Slatinshek and Bill Hogan on House Armed Services CIA Subcommittee matters. I mentioned in na sin my contact with Hogan yesterday on a sensitive matter; Approved For Release 2007/02/07 : CIA-RDP77M00144R000300030033-3