February 28, 1967
Due to the telephone the day before from Dr. Nichopoulos, the Colonel was furious the he had been unable even to get Elvis on the phone. He issued a warning to Marty Lacker, whose job it was to keep lines of communication open. "We have spent hundreds of dollars in at least 3 weeks on telephone calls and have accrued practically no information whatsoever and this must stop", he wrote, adding that things may soon "come to a head, where we will have some proper assignment, whether it be you or someone else where we have a definite immediate contact at all times."