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Friday, November 12, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

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U.S. okays anti-mIsrael U.N. statement

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. i)
- The United States joined in
a consensus -,Security Council
statement yesterday that
"strongly deplored" Israeli poli-
cies in occupied Arab territories
as "an obstacle to peace."
Israeli Ambassador Chaim,
Herzog accused the council of
"anti-Semitic innuendos" and
rejected, the statement as one-
sided.
THE STATEMENT specifical-
ly cited construction of Israeli
settlements in Arab lands occu-
pied in the 1967 Mideast war
and expropriation of land anid
"transfer of populations" in
Jerusalem. '

It was the first time in five'
years the United States, the
Israelis' best friend in the Unit-
ed Nations, joined in a declara-'
tion so critical of Israel.
But the statement echoed por- j
tions' of a tough speech againsti
Israeli occupation policies made
by U.S. Ambassador William'
Scranton last March.
THAT STATEMENT infuriated

bers, expressed "grave anxiety settlements would not be per-,
Wand concern okver the present mitted to influence the outcome
serious situation"' in the occu- of any Israeli-Arab peace settle- "
pied Arab territories. ments, have "no legal validity" :
It called on Israel to "re- and "constitute an obstacle to
frain from any measures" that peace."
violate the Geneva Convention The section of the statement
governing administration of oc- expected to provoke the strong-
copied territories. est reaction dealt with Jerusa-
"IN THIS REGARD the mea- lem, a city sacred to Jews,
surer taken by Israel in theI Moslems and Christians. Israel

Israel to "rescind all such mea-
sures already taken and to de-
sist forthwith from taking any
further action which tends to
change the status of Jeru-
salem."
The statement concluded a
council session called to hear
an Egyptian complaint about
"the dangerous and explosive
situation" in the Israeli-occu-

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Israelis, and U.N. observers occupied Arab territories that j
predicted another outburst of alter their demographic com- I
anti-American sentiment in Is-j position or geographical nature
rael this time.? and particularly the establish- l
Yesterday's consensus state- ment of settlements are ac-1
ment, read by Council Presi- cordingly strongly deplored," i
dent Jorge Illueca of Panama the council declared. ;
on behalf of all 15 council mem- . The statement said the Israeli i

has vowed not to return the city' pied territories. The Vdebate be-
to Arab rule.! gan Nov. 1,
THE COUNCIL declared allj Herzog rejected the statement
l'egislative and administrative as "illustrative of the biased se-
actions by Israel in Jerusalem, lectivity, one-sidedness and po-
including expropriation of land litical expedience which moti-
and transfer of populations, "are jvate statements or resolutions"
invalid." It urgently called on! in the Security Council.

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Expansion of DNA guidelines Sought

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(continued from Page 1) j funded by the National Insti- '
and may represent hitherto non-t tutes of Health (NIH).
existent hazards both to' human THE NATIONAL Foundation,'
health and the ecology." the Defense Department and the :
This is the same research Energy Research and Develop-
that has caused a storm of ment Administration have vol-,
controversy here at the Univer-I untarily adopted the guidelines.'
sity, as the Board of Regents The University set guidelines
weighed arguments for and very similar to NIH's.
against the controversial dxperi- The petitions ask Secretary
ments and Feventually approved David Mathews of Health, Edu-
of them. cation and Welfare to adopt the

States, and to publish final regu- volved in most urinary tract in- I
lations based, on testimony at fections, certain types of gas-
new, broadbased public hear-t troenteritis and blood infections,
ings. which are often fatal, and the!
The federal guidelines nowj modification "of even weakened
leave '.large segments of the' strains of E coli poses a po-
scientific and industrial com- tentially serious threat to human
munities subject to no required: health," the petition said.
safety procedures," the two

''LET ME MAKE it quite
amouto hras oa mount
of brow-beating, no amount of
biased and one-sided resolutions,
I oamounti of anti-Semiticain-
attitude or will influence us in
any wa~y."
The council statement also
spoke out against "any act of
profanation of the holy places,
religious buildings and sites."

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Federal guidelines issued last NIH guidelines as interim
June 23 are ;mandatory only in lations immediately gov+
recombinant D NA research all such research in the Z
Wheeler,,Belcher
maj Clash in 77
(Continued from Page I) cir,^!latiing petitions for K
First Ward Democrat Liz seat in preparation for the
Keogh, who is also up for re- ruary primary.
election in April, is still con-j The two remaining C
sidering, whether or not to run. members whose terms
Like her comrades, Keogh isI in the spring -- Ronald
busy consulting with party f bridge (R-Fourth Ward'
members mn her ward-and hasE Gerald Bell (R-Fifth Was
founds -some grumbling in the seem likely to seek re-el
ran'ks. uon hi ' Bell called himself "pr
Keogh said. "If I- do decide to l naton and Trowbridge
run, I'm not goingwhtohdo vhat 1tobe givingsteatidea a
I di l'ttime, hic es iea fc,,drain
into it without a lot of ep." But Trowbridge is also
KEOGH 'ADMITS she'd like, ing over, a run for Tu
to run again, but added: "If seat. He told a class of jc
I'm not the- candidate who can ism st ~hpts earlier this
win, it would be insane." that h- had asked supf
Two challengers have already! to contemplate the "suitE
emerged in the First Ward Dem- the wisdom, or the weakr
ocratic organization, and are, this thing."

d eu ustry researcn into recomnin-
verningj ant DNA, the petition said Gen-
United !eralElecbtrtcris trying tode
oil spills, and Imperial Chemical
Industries Limited is working-on
' a virus that produces insulin. t
The American pharmaceutical
industry also has expressed in-
terst n te rseach
letter was Dr. Robert Sin-
sheimer, chairman of the biology
Keogh 'S: division of the California Insti-
he Feb-' tute of Technology. A one-time
proponent of recombinant DNA
Council, research and a leading authority
expire= in the field, Sinsheimer said no
lTrow- one can predict how the new
d) andj organisms will act or possibly
ard) - evolve into yet different forms.
rlection- He expressed particular con-
rbbycern about the use of the bac-
s som i terium E soli, which is some-
is gaid times arhuman pathogen as the
periments. That bac~terium is in-E
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