Cedar Rapids Gazette, June 19, 1974, Page 7

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette June 19, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Study by Scientists Backs Use of Beagles in Research WASHINGTON (AP) A National Academy of Sciences committee has found that use of beadles is indispensable in research on the effects of poisonous chemical* on man. “Although other species are indeed useful and required in toxicological research, none of the available species can replace the beagle dog,” the committee said in a report to the air force. The report was prepared by a group of 21 doctors and specialists, mostly from Universities and industry, capping a nearly nine-month study of the air force’s research on ways to curb dangers to aviators from jet fuel fumes. It was handed to the air force amid rising opposition in congress and among dog lovers to the use of beagle's In tests, particularly the army’s chemical warfare research. ‘‘Although no animal is a perfect model for man, the use of a combination of species can provide a baris for extrapolating toxicity studies to anticipate safe exposure conditions for man,” the report said. It said the beagle “is a necessary component of that combination and cannot, bo adequately replaced at this time or in the near future.” The scientists said other animals such as monkeys, cats and pigs are required in tox icological research, but that each has limitations. The air force used 172 beagles last year arid ordered another 200 for this year, the report said. About 35 of this year’s group will be anesthetized. “They will not In* permitted to regain consciousness and euthanasia will be accomplished at the end of the Israel Again Hits Arabs in Lebanon JERUSALEM (AP) - Israeli warplanes struck at Arab guerilla targets in southern Lebanon Wednesday — the second day of air attacks since President Nixon ended his visit to the Middle East. A military communique said the 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 Jordan for the Azores, One Killed day campaign to check such guerilla assaults as the raid on the Shamir kibbutz six days ago. Three women died in that attack, along with the four-man Arab suicide squad. Sources in Beirut said the targets of Wednesday’s raids were the valleys and woods around the southern lebanese town of Rachaya Foukhar and the Ar-koub region, dubbed by Israel as “Fatahland” after the largest guerilla organization, Al Fatah. Egyptian Warning In Cairo, Egyptian Foreign Minister Ismail Fahmy warned that his government would not “stand with its arms folded toward the new Israeli aggression against Lebanon. “Israel should bear the re-s p o n s i b i I i t y for the consequences of this aggression in-eluding sabotage of peace chances in the Middle East,” he Reinecke Named To Fill Vacancy At Coe College Warren Reinecke Lebanese authorities reported that one Palestinian was killed and five persons wounded in Tuesday’s air strikes. There was no immediate report of casualties Wednesday. The Israeli state radio said the raids were part of a day-to- declared. Meanwhile, the Israeli military 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 Warren R. Reinecke, assistant j handed over to U. N. forces a to the president of St. Lawrence 180-square-mile area in a brief university, Canton, N.Y., bas ceremony Tuesday near Tel been appointed director of annu-Shams. The U. N. Pisen-al giving, at Coe college effec- gagement Observer Forces held live Aug. 15.    the area briefly before giving it He succeeds James Tisdale, back to the Syrians Wednesday, who left Coe to become assis-, 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 submitted to the knesset (parliament) by the opposition Ukud political bloc was defeated by a vote of 60-50 following a sometimes stormy three-hour debate ... lover the government’s reaction (ant superintendent for public, the v s.-Egyptian pact, airest ioia and financial develop-,mos[ idfnticai to one announced ment at St. Luke s hospital. later between Israel and the U. Reinecke, a 1962 Coe graduate s with majors in philosophy and k ’ 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 universe nedy expressed his full support ty.    lor President Nixon’s forthcom- He spent the 1971-72 academic mg visit to the Soviet Union but year at St. Cloud State college j said in an interview published in Minnesota, then returned tojsaturday that the trip will make his present position at St uo difference to “the Pres-Lawrence.    tdent’s fate” in the Watergate In his new position at Coe, I affair. Reinecke will be responsible for! The Massachusetts senator, a the annual Coe growth fund noggin contender for the Dcm- campaign in Cedar Rapids and    ..... annual fund raising efforts among alumni. He also will direct the Coe parents program and will supervise the development office record keeping. Mrs. Reinecke, the former Nancy Nissen of Reinbeck, is a Kennedy Backs Upcoming Nixon Trip to Moscow PARIS (API Senator Ken- ocratic presidential nomination in 1976, told the news magazine Le Point that the outcome of the Watergate crisis may be damaging to Nixon personally, but that the presidency as an institution will emerge strengthened. Asked whether Watergate I960 graduate of Coe They have ^ rcs|rU.t Nix,m.s negotiat. two daughters. Authorities Probe Sheep, Find Wolf ing position in Moscow, Kennedy was quoted as saying: “I will support the President on this trip. When there is a ireal basis for discussion between two world leaders giving hope for very significant OAKLAND, Calif. (UPI) -jprogress, one must not hesitate Police spent two hours trying to to negotiate, flush an erratic gunman from ti “I am not at all one of those house before they realized the who thinks the President is going j alleged assailant was standing to Moscow to negotiate bad; beside them.    agreements This seems to me to j The suspect, Charles Daly, la* completely unrealistic. When had somehow sneaked from the the President negotiates, he rep house Saturday night, joining police lines and urging the person inside to surrender, police said. During a two-hour siege, police fired IO tear gas canisters into the building - while resents the American people A treaty is signed in the name of| the people and must la* submitted to the senate. But let me add that this does not in any was modify the domestic crisis in the U. S., nor the President’s Daly stood beside them. Police said Daly told officers fate.” his brother, Carl, was inside, a ruse that worked until the 20 YEARS AGO    President brother returned from a party Eisenhower signed legislation and asked what the commotion giving the armed services full was all about.    'authority    to    deny commissions Daly was undergoing psychiatric treatment Monday at Highland hospital. to drafted who were risks. doctors or dentists considered security ! experiments,” the report said adding that these dogs will he killed “by humane procedures, usually the Intravenous injection of a barbiturate.” The rest of the dogs will be used in “chronic inhalation studies.” “There is no intent, to produce .serious injury to the animals and there should be no pain,” I the report said. Approve Sawhill On Second Vote The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., June 19, 1974    7A WASHINGTON (AP) After a 24 hour delay, the senate confirmed John Sawhill Tuesday as government new energy chief.I The vote was 87 to 4. The action came after Sen.j Abourezk (D-$,D.) called for rejection of the nomination as “a clear signal to the administration that, the 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 rescinded when Abourezk advised senate leaders he wished to speak against it before the vote. Abourezk and Senators Biden (D-Del), Hart (D-Mich.) and Helms (ft-N C.) voted against the nomination. Sawhill has pledged that when he leaves the government he will not take a job in the energy industry. Sees Week’s Repair Work on Masterpiece CAMBRIDGE, England (UPI) An art expert said Monday it will fake a week to repair one of the world’s most valuable paintings damaged by vandals who scratched the letters “IRA” Irish Republican Army — across it. The $4 million painting, “The Adoration of the Magi ”, by the Flemish master Rubens was vandalized Saturday in King’s college chapel where it hangs over the altar. Maharaja Dies LONDON (AP) The Maharaja of Patiala, a leader of India’s Sikhs and one of his country’s premier princes, died Monday in The Hague. He was 61. S MULEKOFF' \ I 2Va acres of •vcrythlng for Mo homo S Open Thursday Night Iii 9 • Immediate FREE DELIVERY • Have What You Want Today. TAKE MONTHS TO PAY. THIS WEEK ONLY! KROEHLER yt SLEEP-OR-LOUNGES s BUDGET PRICED 239 OO S TO 399 OO When you buy a Kroehler Citation Sleep-or-Lounge Sofa this week, you'll instantly know the difference between day and night. Kroehler builds every sleep-or-lounge as if they were making it for their own home . . . quality and durability are in every inch. Each Kroehler Sleep-or-Lounge has a hidden bed and Kroehler makes sure you’ll never be ashamed to ask company to sleep on a sleep-or-lounge. 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  • Charles Daly
  • Ismail Fahmy
  • Israel Warren R. Reinecke
  • James Tisdale
  • John Sawhill
  • Nancy Nissen
  • Yitzhak Rabin

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: June 19, 1974

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