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January 14, 1959
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Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2009/12/18: CIA-RDP61-00442A000200040182-4 !.J ~7i9 $r., Sau.. $ iNssi ' - Office Memorandum ? UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT ? Director of Training Chief/Language and Area School/TR Weekly Activities Report #2 A. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS None to report. B. OTHER ACTIVITIES ferior to or .a r ng, we have been able to develop a class of five staff employees and one dependent. The training, of course, will be superior to what we otherwise would have had to give any one of these. Significant, I think, is that four of the persons are DDS employees, possibly representing translation into action of Col. White's expressed concern for language training. DATE: 14 January 1959 Documrt No. JL0 C, in Tiass 1. Be Lnnin with a request last fall to plan training in Greek for early in 1959, as an alternative to in- 2. File studies, interviews and panels this week on three candidates for Greek and one for Norwegian (tutorial). 20 Y tAK spent about 11 hours with In connec on with the ACLS survey for the Office of Education. Discussion was on generalities rather than on the Agency, and we were able to contribute one original idea that she said should play prominently in her report. 4. We are completing preparation of Career Plans for the next CSB meeting. Personnel. 5. Inter-agency Roundtable this Friday with Navy as host. Meeting will be held in conference room of the Chief of Naval RE-RE Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2009/12/18: CIA-RDP61-00442A000200040182-4