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September 28, 1966
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FOIAb3b CPYR H Approved For Release 200 /0 /03 : CIA-RDP75-00001 R000 Top Government To Make. Visit To D CIA, Army Brass Set For Tour CPYRGHT By ROG_,R JOLLEY Durham will play host Oct. 5 o 26 senior government offi- :ials who are being trained to ssume important State Depart- ment posts under the depart- ment's Senior Seminar in For- igh Policy, Mayor Wense Gra- >arek announced Tuesday. The group, consisting of offi- ers of the American Foreign ervice and the armed forces, vill include Durham as one of he cities they will visit during he year to see first-hand some )f the country's political, eco- iomic and social problems and chievements, Grabarek . said. A tentative schedule prepared )y the seminar calls for the Troup to tour the Research Tri- )ngle, visit a tobacco warehouse nd witness a tobacco auction, our a cigarette manufacturing plant and take a bus tour of iuke University. Mayor Grabarek said the Dur- iam Chamber of Commerce, in !ooperation with the mayor's of- ice, will handle advance plan- iog for the group. The Senior Seminar, held an- ually since 1958, is a com- onent of the Foreign Service nstitute of the State Depart- ient. It is the most advanced rogram of studies in interna- ional relations and foreign poli- y offered by any agency of the Jnited States government, ac- ording to Ambassador G. Lew- Jones, seminar coordinator. Also included on the sem- nar's agenda are visits-t6 Sey- mour. - Johnson and Pope Air orce bases. Members of the seminar in- clude: Manuel Abrams, coun- elor for economic affairs, American Embassy, the Hague; apt. Dean L. Axene, com- manding officer of the USS Cal- houn; Bernard Blankenheimer, directir, Africa division of the Bureau of International Com- merce~,, William C. Burdett, For- eign ~"ervice Inspection 'Corps; Richard M. Cashin, director of the Office of Central African Affair : David C. Cuthell direc- or of the Office of Southwest Pacific Affairs. Also, ,Col. John E. Dwan, chief of the,;: Congressional activities the the chief of staff; John R. Heide- mann, chief of the CIA'S China Divtstoit` Harold E. Howland. deputy assistant secretary of the bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs; Alexander Klieforth, deputy assistant di- rector of the United States In- formation Agency; Wilfred Kop- lowitz, international relations of- ficer, Europea., Affairs. Also, John Lacey, Consul Gen- eral, Singapore; Howard P. Mace, special assistant to the deputy assistant secretary of Bud g,e t and Compliance; Charles. A. Mann, director of USAID mission to Viet Nam: George R. Marotta, policy planning staff, Office of As- sistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs; Howard Meyers, director of op- erations of the office of deputy assistant secretary of politico- military ;affairs; Daniel E. Moore, assistant director, deputy chief of staff plans of the rorce. I so, Edward W. Mulcahy, deputy erector of the Office of Eastern and Southern African Affairs; 1. Howard;rT. Pitt- m a n, i tnmanding:$-.officer, Headquarters BattalioiSecond Marine Division; William L. Roddm~an, picultural attache in Ca~lperra',; orris Rothenberg, director d a Office of Re- search and Analysis for Soviet Bloc; Harry Shlaudeman, as- sistant director of the Office of Caribbean Affairs; Melbourne Spector, counselor for adminis- affairs in New Delhi; Approved For Release 21MYO qv)n to epal, a - D~ 28 September 1966 ifi