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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Study by Scientists Backs Use of Beagles in Research Approve Sawhill On Second Vote i II MS "I 1 i W ASil 1 I N( 1'1'nW I A L A ft.irl inn iii-ii- tin The Cedar Kaplds Wed.. 19. I9M WASIUNCTON A Na-j II was handed to the air tional Academy (if Sciences] force uinid rising opposition in committee lias found that use of j eougress and among dog beagles is indispensable in re-1 lovers to the use of beagles in ieological research, but that] the report said has limitations. adding tbut these dogs will be The air force used I'fi bougies' killed "by humane proi-c- last year and ordered, another dures. usually the Intravenous 200 for this year, the report said. About 35 of this year's group will he v.lli lit lii-rmitltd 'TU for extrapolating! to regain consciousness and [serious injury to the animals studies lo anticipate; euthanasia will be ae- ;aml there should be no search on (lie effects of poison-1 tests, particularly the army's ous chemicals on man. chemical warfare research. "Although other species are "Although no animal is a per- illed useful and required nuxlel for man, the use of a lexicological research, none can the available species can re- plaee the beagle the miltce said ia a report to the C01ldillons ,ori at Vhe'rml'of the ithe report said.' 0 jinan." the report said. It said The report was prepared by beagle "is a necessary com-j group of doctors and special-jponenl of that combination and' mostly from replaced- and industry, capping a this time or in the near nine-month study of the i force's research on ways The scientists said other ani-j curl) dangers to aviators such as monkeys, eats and] jet fuel fumes. ipigs are required in lox-j injectiun of a barbiturate." Till' of the '.vill be 'ehronic inhalation slu- WASIIINGTON (AP) After] I a 21-hour delay, the senate con-' finned John Sawhill Tuesday as: i government new energy chief.' 'The vote was 87 lo4. The action came after Sen, AiKiinwk (liS.O.i eallcd ior rejection of the nomination as "a clear signal to the adminis- lid'uun Ihat tint congress is fed up with fuel pricing policies that fleece the public for the benefit of the major oil companies. The nomination was approved Monday but the action was re-1 scinded when advised senate leaders he wished to speak against i! before the vote. Abourrzk and Senators Biden Halt ilJ-Mich.> and Helms ift-N.C.) voted against the nomination. .viwhm pledged liiai he leaves the government he will not take a job in tin- energy industrv. Sees Week's Repair I Work on Masterpiece Kngland IITI) An art expert said Monday it will take a week to repair one of the world s most valuable paint- ings damaged by vandals who '-I PA" Irish Uepubliciin Army across it The million painting. "The Adoration of the by the Flemish master Rubens was vandalized Saturday in King's college chapel where it hangs over the altar. Dies LONDON (Al'f The Maha- raja of I'atiala. a leader of In- IIKI s MKIIS ami one 01 ni.' country's premier princrs, died Monday in The Hague, lie was til. Israel Again Hits Arabs in Lebanon JERUSALEM (Al1) Israeli day campaign lo check such w a r p 1 a n e s struck at Arab guerilla targets in soulhcrn Le- banon Wednesday the second day of nir attacks since Pres- ident Nixon ended his visit to the Middle East. A military communique said Ihe planes bombed and strafed guerilla strongholds in a 15- minute raid and that all planes returned safely. The Israeli air force made two raids Tuesday into the southwest corner of Lebanon bordering Israel. The first took place as Nixon was leaving Jor- dan for the Azores, One Killed Lebanese authorities reported that one Palestinian was killed and five persons wounded in Tuesday's air strikes. There was no immediate re- port of casualties Wednesday. The Israeli state radio said the raids were part of a day-lo- Reinecke Named To Fill Vacancy At Coe College Warren R. Reineckc, assistant to the president of St.. Lawrence university, Canton, N.Y., ,has been appointed director of annu- al giving, at Coe college effec- tive Aug. 15. He succeeds James Tisdale, who left Coe to become assis- Warren Reinecke tant superintendent for public relations and financial develop- ment at St. Luke's hospital. Reinecke, a 1962 Coe graduate with majors in philosophy and psychology, was coordinator of student activities at Coe for four years. He did graduate work at the University of Iowa, and in 1967 was named coordinator of student activities and director of the E.J. Noble university center at St. Lawrence universi- ty- He spent the 1971-72 academic year at St. Cloud State college in Minnesola, then returned to his present position at St. Lawrence. In his new position at Coe, Reinecke will be responsible for the annual Coe growth fund campaign in Cedar Rapids and annual fund raising efforts among alumni. He also will direct the Coe parents program and will supervise the develop- ment office record keeping. Mrs. Reinecke, the former Nancy Nisscn of Rcinbcck, is a 1960 graduate of Cne. They have two daughters. Authorities Probe Sheep, Find Wolf OAKLAND, Calif. (Wl) Police spent two hours trying lo flush an erratic gunman from a house before Ihey realized Ihc alleged assailant was standing guerilla assaults as the raid on the Shamir kibbutz six days ago. Three women died in thai attack, along with the four-man Arab suicide squad. Sources in Beirut said the tar- gets of Wednesday's raids were the valleys and woods around the southern Ijebanese town of Hacliaya Foukhar and the Ar- koub region, dubbed by Israel as "r'ataliland" after the larg- est guerilla organization, Al Egyptian Warning In Foreign Minister Ismail Fahmy warned that his government would not "stand with its arms folded to- ward the new Israeli aggression against Lebanon. "Israel should bear the re- sponsibility for the conse- quences of this aggression in- cluding sabotage of peace chances in the Middle he declared. Meanwhile, the Israeli mili- tary command announced that it had surrendered most of the Syrian bulge at the northern end of the Golan Heights captured in the October war. A spokesman said Israel handed over to U. N. forces a 180-square-mile area in a brief ceremony Tuesday near Tel Shams. The U. N. Disen- gagement Observer Forces held the area briefly before giving it back to the Syrians Wednesday. In Jerusalem Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin's government survived its first no-confidence vote in parliament Wednesday over its response to the U. S.- Egyptian nuclear assistance agreement. The no-confidence motion sub- mitted to the knesset (parlia- ment) by the opposition Likud political bloc was defeated by a vote of 60-50 following a some- times stormy three-hour debate over the government's reaction to the U. S.-Egyptian pact, al- most identical to one announced later between Israel and the U. S. beside them. The suspect. Charles Daly, had somehow sneaked from Ihe house Saturday night, joining police lines and urging Ihc per- son inside lo surrender, police said. During a two-hour siege, police fired Ifl tear gas can- isle-re into Ihe building while Daly slood beside them. Police said Daly told officers his brother, Carl, was inside, a ruse that worked until Ihc brother returned from a parly and asked what Ihe commolion was all about. Daly was undergoing psychia- tric treatment Monday at High- land hn.spllal. Kennedy Backs Upcoming Nixon Trip to Moscow PARIS (AP) Senator Ken- nedy expressed his full support for President Nixon's forthcom- ing visit to the Soviet Union but said in an interview published Saturday that the trip will make no difference to "the Pres- ident's fate" in the Watergate affair. The Massachusetts senator, a possible contender for the Dem- ocratic presidential nomination in 1970, told Ihe news magazine Le Point lhat the outcome of the Watergate crisis may he da- maging to Nixon personally, but that the presidency as an insli- tulion will emerge strengthened. Asked whether Watergate could restrict Nixon's negotiat- ing position in Moscow, Ken- nedy was quoted as saying: "I will support the President in this trip. When there is a real basis for discussion be- tween two world leaders giving hope for very significant progress, one must not hesitate lo negotiate. "I am not al all one of those who thinks Ihe President is going lo Moscow In negoliiile had agreements. This seems lo me to he complelcly unrealistic. When the President negotiates, he rep- resents the American people. A Irealy is signed in the name of Ihe people and must he siibmil- led lo Ihe senate, liul let me add thai this does not in any was modify (he domestic crisis in Ihr II. 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