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Approved For Release 2007/02/07 : CIA-RDP77M00144R000300130039-6 CIA INTERNAL USE ONLY CONFIDENTIAL Journal - Office of -Legislative Counsel Thursday - 16 October 1975 Page 4 12. (Unclassified -? THW) ADMINISTRATIVE - DELIVERIES Delivered to the office of Representative Bill Archer (R., Texas) copies of photos taken during his recent trip, which he had requested. 13. (Confidential - TIIW) LIAISON I met with Mike Finley, on the staff of Representative Dante Fascell's (D. , Fla.) Subcommittee on International Political and Military Affairs, Committee on International Relations, regarding the request from the Subcommittee for documents related to Mayaguez. (See Memo for the Record.) 14. (Unclassified - THW) INTELLIGENCE BRIEFING I stopped, by the office of Rick Gilmore, on the staff of the Subcommittee on multi- national Corporations, Senator Foreign Relations Committee, to deliver the background material on Soviet grain provided by OCI, but Gilmore had called in and said he could not make it back to the office until some time later in the day. 15. (Unclassified GLC) HEARINGS Edward Martin, Administrative Assistant to Senator Edward Kennedy (D., Mass. ), called in response to my call to him yesterday and said he had talked with Senator Kennedy and his Administrative Practice and Procedure Subcommittee staff and they feel their request for a hearing is not unreasonable. Martin said if we have a statement already prepared for the Sele!i , ,Q we could just summarize it for the Kennedy Subcommittee. I thanked him for checking into this for me. CIA INTERNAL USE ONLY Legislative Counsel cc: O/DDCI Mr. Warier Mr. Mr. Parn:enter IC Staff EA/DDO Compt Ex. Sec. DDA DLI DDS&T CONFIDENTIAL. OGC Has Review proved For Release 2007/02/07: CIA-RDP77M00144R000300130039-6 I ft R P i\r fttR~IMty 2007/02/07: CIA-RDP77M00144R0003001 ~~JJ CIA UJ CONFIDENTIAL Journal - Office of Legislative Counsel Page, 6 Wednesday - 15 October 1975 they satisfied. Slatinshek said some members have expressed an interest in going to the People's Republic of China and asked me if I knew who he could get i in touch with other than the State Department. I told Slatinshek I thought the PRC had a liaison officer in Washington whom I thought be could talk to and that I would be back in touch about it. I told Slatinshek that the Senate Select Committee has gotten on to some of our documents having to do with committee briefings. It relates. to Chile, Cuba, and a number of other topics. I told him the Director had provided the SSC some statistics but the Committee has now come back and asked to look at our Journals. I told Slatinshek, as he knew, we also write memoranda for the record on our briefing sessions; our. Journals only indicate who accompanied the Director to the briefing, the date, the time, and then references the Memorandum for the Record. I said I expect: that if they look at our Journal items they will then want access to our memoranda, but that is where we would draw the li:rine. These memoranda are usually prepared in lieu of a transcript and are privileged Committee documents in our custody. Therefore, the Select Committees would have to direct any requests for them to the oversight committee concerned. I told him that this is the way Guy McConnell, Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense, and Edward Braswell, Chief Counsel, Senate Armed Services Committee, feel about then and asked Slatinshek if he agreed with this philosophy. Ile said he did indeed and asked if we had gotten t:he same kind of request from the House Sel_ec C'n - mi. tee. I told him not as such; but they have asked about cove action. Slatinshek said the House Select Committee asked them how many times we have reported to them and were him and talk to him about it. 19. (Confidential - GLC) LIAISON Frank Slatinshek, Chief Counsel, House Armed Services Committee, called and said the Committee has just received a letter from Chairman Pike giving them a series of questions on what reports the Agency has given them on covert action operations. Slatinshek said he would like either or me to stop by'to see CIA INTERNAL USE ONLY 25X1A cc: O DDCI Ex. Sec Legislative Coun 3el. I 'CONFIDENTIAL DDAP13 d1F19rSaqC2QQ,71@2t9XIOIAERDeb O144R000300130039-6 Mr. Warner Mr. Thucrnzer Mr. Parmenter RLUEni H, GIAIMO. CONN. ROflERT Mc:CLORY. ILL. JAME: ; V. STA 4TON, O4R0 OAVIO C. TREf.N. LA. RCNAI-V Y..^ :L LVMS. GAUP. JAMES t`. Jo11 NSON. COLO. 7is. Y'= rovedTKor gRelease 0039- "ALE MILFORD. TEX. /g gL p e Q 1~;I a?4 1(r~{A {,~yr "HILIP I.. HAVES. IN;. {[: ~C.^+/ ? r~ ~l ~r Of zF ep ~F c~.Ienntatibvl WILUA.M LEHMAN, L. o0jiitc ton, Wc - 20515 October 15, 1975 Hon. James R. Schlesinger Secretary of Defense The Pentagon Washington, d.C. ELEFHONE (202) 223-975t 6111-\ I be' STAT tiJ ~1~ L M~- f .V I Dear Mr. Secretary: I request that you provide this Committee with whatever records and documents are within the custody of the Department of Defense concerning the Central Intelligence Act of 1949 and Title 1 of the National Security Act of 1947. Your prompt attention is appreciated. Sincerely, A. Searle Field Staff Director ASP/SB/ca Approved For Release 2007/02/07 : CIA-RDP77M00144R000300130039-6 1?1194. 25X1A Approved For Release 2007/02/07 : CIA-RDP77M00144R000300130039-6 Next 1 Page(s) In Document Exempt Approved For Release 2007/02/07 : CIA-RDP77M00144R000300130039-6