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October 12, 1966
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Approved For Release 2008/03/03: CIA-RDP80B01676R001500080054-7 Morning Meeting of 12 October 1966 DD/I noted the completion of four Situation Reports- He plans no special distribu- and the Bundy party. The Director suggested underscoring where appropriate. tion but will see that they reach appropriate White House personnel DD/I reported that the Bowie-McCloy team is receiving briefings in connection with their review of possible adjustments to NATO forces and strategy. Bruce Clarke is serving as the CIA staff mem- ber. Their final report is scheduled for completion in mid-January 1967. The extent of Agency involvement is not yet clear. DD/I mentioned a note from passed the Director and Admiral Taylor a rundown on the membership and background of The Round Table organization. The Director sug- gested that Admiral Taylor accept the invitation on a no-publicity and off -the -record basis. reporting the mention of CIA by two recent lecturers-- complimentary by Hanson Baldwin, critical by Harry Ransom. He Godfrey noted that the memorandum concerning North Vietnamese views on negotiations has been properly sanitized and will be sent to the State Department for appropriate distribution this afternoon. He alerted the Director to the explosive situation between Israel and Syria, Godfrey called attention to an interesting State cable from Saigon reporting the views of on conditions 25X1 in the North. Kent briefed the Director on problems with NIE 11-8-66 which necessitated withdrawing the Estimate from this week's USIB agenda. Approved For Release 2008/03/03: CIA-RDP80B01676R001500080054-7 qrPnrTj Approved For Release 2008/03/03: CIA-RDP80B01676R001500080054-7 mentioned a letter to the Director from the Chief of Naval Operations He said that the a r o e USIB agenda concerning is sufficiently complicated to warrant a briefing. The Director agreed to a 3 p. m. appointment in lieu of the pre-USIB meeting. ADD/P mentioned a request from the State Department for a twenty- four-hour contact point to answer questions to the Department from outsiders concerning covert action. The Director agreed that Goodwin is the proper contact. He asked Goodwin to become personally ac- quainted with Dixon Donnelley at State. ADD/P agreed with the DD/I that Dofficer in the Operations Center is the logical person for inquiries from Goodwin. Goodwin noted that the UFO series in the Washington Evening Star will begin in the Sunday edition. Executive Director outlined a funding problem with BOB on The and suggested that the Director might wish to talk to Rostow and then ask Charlie Schultze for sufficient time to explain the matter properly. The Director said he will talk to Rostow in the course of the day. Warner reported some progress with Senator Ervin on the invasion of privacy bill. In reply to a question, Duckett said that the recently concluded session of the Nuclear Intelligence Panel had been concerned with briefing and updating. M T 25X1 Approved For Release 2008/03/03: CIA-RDP80B01676R001500080054-7