Cedar Rapids Gazette, December 8, 1974, Page 151

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette December 8, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa ‘peeping Up... With Otolith by cPamela Swift CIA Recrmitim§ Two years ago, in October of 1972, this department revealed the unusual experience of two Stanford University graduates who had majored in Russian. Both answered a seemingly innocuous advertisement in The Chicago Tribune for Russian-language translators, and both gradually discovered that it was a CIA device to solicit Russian-speaking students for assignment in South America. Under its new director, William Colby, Princeton’ 40, the CIA continues to recruit college graduates but now does so in an open, honest, forthright manner, advertising in college newspapers as below: EMPLOYMENT ll J. CSMTKAL INTIUJGfMCI A ©(ENCY Un xjo* professional opportunities or# ovo*lobW for Hiom Motors cmd students completing ; IO: Accounting ‘Aero and Astronautic Engr i Adminstration (Logistics, Operations Anal VSS. fastness Economics) * Chs mn try—Chemical Cog• nesting ‘Communications (Journalism) Computer Science Economics Electrical Engineering foreign Area Studies (fast Asian, Near Eastern, Rut ti on 4 last European) foreign language—High ha * ic teary Required A/obac Pohoh Chutnee Portuguese f roach or us*, on I taboo Serbo-Croatian Japanese Rot aaa V ifffmmtic Norwegian Geography * Ha tory Industrial Engineering ‘international Relations 'Mathematics Mechanic al Engineering 'Nuclear Engineering [Physics 'Political Science 'Psychology (PhD) 'Public Affairs Clerical Admin is trot. re    BA rn any field Individuals for responsible assignments early rn their career Minimum typing 40 WPM 'GRADUATE STUMME! OMIT All imtiol assignments ore in the Washington. O C oreo Some require foreign trowel US C'tmnsh.p is required An fquol Opportunity Employer Take Cart There are so many crooked abortion clinics and medical labs these days that young people needing such services should double-check with their local county medical association before using them. Several weeks ago a young woman In New York City delivered a urine sample to a midtown abortion clinic. Next day she was informed that she or whomever the urine belonged to was definitely pregnant. “It's my boyfriend's/' she revealed. Whereupon she reported the clinic to the authorities. Coed Dana* Do coeducational dormitories foster increased sexual activity?— not at Princeton, anyway. “On the contrary,” declares a trustees’ report on campus life, “they often seem to produce brother-sister relationships which make sexual activity almost taboo.” Princeton forbids unmarried students to live together, but conducts no dormitory bedchecks. “It destroys the atmosphere of mutual trust,” explains Dean Adele Simmons, “that’s built up in this university.” Before Princeton went coed in 1969, girls were allowed to visit in men’s dorms until 7 p.m., so that sex on the campus was not unheard of although somewhat limited to matinees Warming feta Ring* Ex-Beatle Ringo Starr is one of 20 pop stars who have joined the international campaign against drugs. Europe’s favorite pop station, Radio Luxembourg, has set aside $24,000 worth of spot time for exposing the dangers of drugs. Radio Luxembourg claims 14 million young listeners. ;

  • Adele Simmons
  • Ringo Starr

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: December 8, 1974

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