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No. 2 CIA man resigns
WASHINGTON (AP) - The fPro rvos ) tv imtrove our p
No. two man at the Central formrne. with full regardI
Intelligence Agency (CIA) has the law nd 'he constitutis
resigned effective next month, rights of A--rican citizens."
amid reports he was forced out At his confirmation hearin
by President Carter's new CIA Knche sai' the CIA is "ani
director. str-mcnt f foreign policy" w
Adm. Stansfield Turner, the maior de'isions made by "hi
CIA director, confirmed through er authority."
a spokesperson that E. Henry
Knoche submitted his resigna-
tion to President Carter on Ju-
ly 5. The resignation is effec-
tive August 1. lots ofhvi'p
THE CIA spokesperson would
not comment on news reports * a e
that the 24-year agency veteran Ia
was forded to retire by Tur-
ner.
But an official statement at-
tempted to discount the reports
that a major wave of firings
was imminent at the agency.
"There are no plans for forc-
ed retirements or removals of
any top CIA officials. There are
no plans for major changes in
the CIA organization at this
time," the statement said.
KNOCHE, 52, was named to
the second spot at the CIA by
then-President Gerald Ford in
1976. Under an executive order
issued by Ford, Knoche was in WI* ycitshort
charge of the CIA's day-today
operations.
WHEN HE WAS sworn-in last
July as deputy director of the Amer an
sanal-shaken agency, Knoche
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Rub-a-dub dub...
These girls from Neenah, Wis. found a way to beat the heat, they took a dip in an old
watering tank. From the left are: Laurie Parker, Laura Schultz, Molly Schultz, Kelley Lon-
dreand and Lisa Kees.

Sports facts
Pete Henry, a member of the
Pro Football Hall of Fame,
wore the number 0 on his uni-
form jersey.
Tackle Cal Hubbard, a mem-
ber of the Pro Fdotball Hall of
Fame, wore six different uni-
form numbers during his play-
ing days.
Light-hitting Bobby Richard-
son of the Yankees made 13
hits in the 1964 World Series,
a record.
Eleven of 12 American
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when they visited the Minne-
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FOR 1977-78 ACADEMIC YEAR
AVAILABLE STARTING JULY 12, 1977
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POSITIONS INCLUDE: 1 Resident Director and 3 Resident Advisors (2 on female corridor.
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A4visory positions require the completion of a minimum of 55 credit hours by the end of the
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