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January 14, 1952
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C' 0 P Y Approved For Release 2QO1/08/01 : CIA-RDP57-00384R00130?3 039-5 i r PAINE, KRAMER & MARX 50 Broadway New York 4, N. Y. Milton A. Kramer Henry M. Marx Philip W. Buchanan Richard S Greenlee January 14, 1952 William J. Donovan, Esq., 2 Wall Street New York 5, N. Y. Dear General: One of the Japanese born veterans of OSS, has just become unemployed through no fault o s own. I know that you have always been interested in the affairs of the Organization's graduates and feel that perhaps you may be able to direct him to a possible source of employment. With this in mind I had him prepare a resume and enclose three copies thereof. More are available if you deem it necessary. I believe that Ken's needs would be met if temporary employment for say, three months might be obtained for him. He needs from $75 to $100 a week to carry the cost of maintaining himself and his family. I have known Ken since 1946 and like him very much. I have met his wife, know some of his friends, and am willing unhesitatingly to recommend him to any person who might be interested in employing him. I will be glad to furnish any further information that may be requested. Sincerely yours, sd/ Dick Greenlee RSG: AMI ENCLOSURES Approved For Release 2001/08/01 : CIA-RDP57-00384R001300300039-5