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December 27, 2016
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December 18, 2009
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February 4, 1959
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,ilf9 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2009/12/18: CIA-RDP61-00442A000200040172-5 Office Memorandum ? UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT ? Chief, Language and Area School DATE: 4 February 1959 FROM : Deputy for Language Training SUBJECT: Weekly Activities Report A. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS None to report B. OTHER ACTIVITIES interviewed for possible contract employment 1. in our Ch nese rogram, wh c is somewhat too big for the present staff. seems eminently qualified and, is interested in the work per se, u she declined the job because the salary we were able to offer was insufficient in view of the extra domestic ex- penses she would incur by working. 2. interviewed for possible contract employ- ment in our a anese program, which .s also too heavy for the present staff, ould be excellent for the job and has long wanted to do the kind of work involved, but, being at present a GS-9 (Array Map Service) with eight years of government service, he is reluctant to consider anything other than permanent Agency employment. We will offer him contract employment, but have little hope that he will accept. 3. Two students have satisfactorily completed the Basic Czech course, extending from April through January, a total of nine months. They will continue in a special Intermediate course until the begin- ning of March. 4. successfully synchronized a tape- recorded Russian sound track an English-language film. We are planning further experimentation with this technique, which produces excellent quality and usefulness at negligible cost. COPfftBfNff RE-REVIE Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2009/12/18: CIA-RDP61-00442A000200040172-5