In this Oct. 11, 2001, file photo, famous chef, cookbook author and television show host Julia Child shares a laugh with students from her alma mater, Smith College in Northampton, Mass. Child shared a secret with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Arthur Goldberg and Chicago White Sox catcher Moe Berg at a time when the Nazis threatened the world: They served in an international spy ring managed by the Office of Strategic Services, an early version of the CIA created in World War II by President Franklin Roosevelt. The secret came out Thursday of all of the names and previously classified files identifying nearly 24,000 spies who formed the United States' first centralized intelligence effort.