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December 23, 2016
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June 11, 2013
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September 8, 1964
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Declassified in Part -Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2013/06/11 :CIA-RDP83-005868000300030005-3 -~. UNITED STA'T'ES GOVERNMENT Memorandum A. Three staffers were required to change quarters, for one family with children the seventh enforced moved in eight months. B. No further word was received on the Department of Army's proposal on tropical differential. C. Building modifications proceeded smoothly, with some vrork being completed on Sundays to avoid interference with operations. The overall project is 60~ complete. Attachments: 1. Classified Personnel Report 2. Foreign Personnel Report 3. Production Attachment 4. Technical attachment ~Q~~i~~~~~~~~~ EdatadEd fro? aat,aaii~~ donegradlog aaa PRODUCTION ATTACHMENT - Panama Bureau - August 1964 I. Following is the net publishable wordage filed to Head- quarters during August 1964 by country of origin: Argentina 20,080 Bolivia 10,440 Brazil 6,220 Chile 7,600 Colombia 15,930 Costa Rica 7,510 Ecuador 5,730 E1 Salvador 180 Guatemala 70 Honduras ~ 3,570 Mexico Nicaragua 470 920 Panama _ 16,190 Paraguay 2,080 Peru 30,950 Uruguay 2,360 Venezuela 10,850 II. Use of Operational Immediate precedence on messages addressed to Panama requiring prompt action was suggested in view of a history of tardy arrivals adversely affecting handling. STAT Declassified in Part -Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2013/06/11 :CIA-RDP83-005868000300030005-3 +~ ,.~ I. Reception: There was a perceptible improvement in reception from most areas. II. The intercom system linking Radio Control and individual monitoring booths was completed. IV. .Monitors Kiamco and Sollberger passed the Basic Technical Knowledge Test. V. Cruising: 59 cruising reports were sent to ~ 10 un- scheduled speeches were intercepted; 9 news a erts were passed to editors from sources not on regular coverage; during 14 shifts, 22 areas were watched for expected im- portant news. VI. Outages: Communications: incoming, two hours; outgoing, five minutes. Power: three periods of less then 10 minutes each. Declassified in Part -Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2013/06/11 :CIA-RDP83-005868000300030005-3