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February 25, 1975
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Approved For Release 2006/07/24: CIA-RDP77M00144R001200 SECRET JOURNAL OFFICE OF LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL m esday - 25 February 1975 25X1 an Agency retiree under CIARDS, called for a status report on the proposed amendments to CIARDS, particularly the second spouse provision, which I provided him, 25X1 2? Richard Kaufman, Economist, Joint Economic Committee, called to alert us of tentative plans to schedule a briefing of the Joint Economic Committee in April, after the Easter recess, and also to determine the outcome of the points we agreed to give some thought to as a result of our 30 January meeting with him. 25X1 OCI, has been advised. 25X1 3? I IJ. Sourwine, Chief Counsel, Subcommittee on Internal ecurity, Senate Judiciary Committee, called to determine if we had developed any information we could ossibl share wifh for Senator James Eastland (D., Miss.) 0 25x1 who apparently has made a number of trips o o and in the 19601 s. I told Sourwine we would look into the matter but if this involves an American ay not be able to be of assistance. Sourwine understood this;-5x1 DDO, has been advised. 1 25X1 `l? ' Called Les Janka, NSC staff, and informed him that we were in receipt of a request from Chairman Melvin Price, House Armed Services Committee, to comment on H Res 205, directing the Secretary of Defense to provide certain information relating to Chile. Janka said they had just focused on this resolution and believes they would want to handle it in a manner consistent with the handling of House Resolutions 206 and 207 by Mr. Marsh, White House, and Mr. McCloskey, State, yesterday. It was agreed that we would not do anything further until we hear from him and that he would let us know the outcome hopefully before the end of the day. In response to his request on behalf of General Scowcroft, copies ET GL M Approved For Release 2006/07/24: CIA-RDP77M00144R001200040004-4 Approved For Release 2006/07/24: CIA-RDP77MOO144R001200040004-4 Approved For Release 2006/07/24: CIA-RDP77M00144R001200040004-4 Uuivriutty! IAL JOURNAL OFFICE OF LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL Monday - 10 February 1975 2. 25X1 Talked with Representative Lucien N. Nedzi 1 j (D., Mich. sures over the weekend with respect to a sensitive Agency program. I told Mr. Nedzi that I would provide him with some back-up material on this in the next day or two. I also talked to the Chairman about House action on a select committee. Action on the resolution will probably be taken by the House early next week. I told him that we had provided a classified document on the legislative history of the Agency to the Senate Select Committee and would be happy to provide him a copy of the same document. In this connection, I told him that I assumed that even though he might be the Chairman of the select committee in the House that he would also want his Armed Services CIA Subcommittee to receive copies of all documents provided to the House and Senate select committees, as we had done in the Watergate case, and he said indeed he did. I have asked Mr. Clarke to provide me with copies of all documents going to the Select Committee for this purpose. 25X1 3. I Talked with Clark McFadden, General Counsel, ena a Armed Services Committee, who said he would like to have a copy of the Soviet missile estimate tomorrow morning to prepare himself for the Director's briefing of the Arms Control Subcommittee tomorrow afternoon. I also arranged an updated briefing far and himself for Friday at 3:00 P. m on the Soviet presence in t e ian Ocean. 25X1 CONFIDENTIAL e _CL 25X1 Approved For Release 2006/07/24: CIA-RDP77MOO144R001200040004-4 Approved For Release 2006/07/24: CIA-RDP77M00144R001200040004-4 Journal - Office of Legislative Counsel Page 2 Monday - 10 February 1975 7.11 Talked with Marian Czarnecki, Chief of Staff, House Foreign Affairs Committee, who told me that under the new rules of the Democratic Caucus the following members had been named to the Subcommittee that would receive Agency briefings on covert action programs: Chairman Thomas E. Morgan (D. , Pa. ), and Representatives Clement J. Zablocki (D., Wisc.), Wayne L. Hays (D., Ohio), Leo J. Ryan (D., Calif. ), and Helen S. Meyner (D., N. J.). The Subcommittee will also have two Republican members, who are as yet unnamed. 4. 5. Received another call from Mike Crowley, INR, who is interested in our position on S. Res. 6, which would establish a Senate select committee similar to the one set up under S. Res. 21. I again promised to send Crowley a draft of our -response as soon as it is prepared. 6. and I met 25X1 today with Paul Tsompana.s, Legislative Aide to Representative Bob Wilson (R. , Calif. ), to discuss of American tuna boats. 25X1 This stemmed from a call Congressman Wilson made to us on 7 February. The Congressman is in California. and Mr. Tsompanas will pass along our comments to him. We left Mr. Tsompanas a copy of the Weekly Summary article on Tuna Boat Seizure which appeared' 31 January. 7. I left with the following individuals a copy of Judge Haynesworth's decision reversing the decision of the District Court in the Marchetti case: Ed Braswell, Senate Armed Services Committee staff; Guy McConnell, Senate Appropriations Committee staff; Jack Boos, for Chairman Lucien. N. Nedzi (D., Mich.), House Armed Services Special Subcommittee on Intelligence; Ralph Preston, House Appropriations Committee staff; Doug Marvin, Senate Judiciary Committee staff; and Paul Summitt, Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Criminal Laws and Procedures. Jack Boos asked that I check into a story that appeared in the Washington Star today that CIA had. used credentials and badges of the Fairfax County Police to conduct surveillance. Approved For Release 2006/07/24: CIA-RDP77M00144R001200040004-4