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Tuesday, May 24, 1977


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Nixon aides lose Watergate cypeals

(Continued from Page 1)
prison camp in Arizono since
last October. But Mitchell, once
the nation's top law enforce-
ment official, asd Haldeman
have remained free pending
appeal since their convictions
more than two years ago.
Mitchell, 63, and Haldeman,
50, could be in prison within a
'They have 25 days in which
to ask the court to reconsider
the decision and attorneys for
all three men indicated that
they probably will seek recon-

more than a month,.
Reports surfaced on April 21
that the court had decided to
turn down the appeal. Chief
Justice Warren Burger, the re-
ports said, was delaying the an-
nouncement in hopes of muster-
ing enough votes to grant re-

view of the case.
THE RVPORTS said Burger
and fellmw Nixon appointees
Harry Mokman and Lewis
Powell Jr ov'nted to review
the case. In ouch appeals, the
votes of f "r mistices are neces-
sary to grant reviews.

DNA breakthrough
could aid diabetics


(Continued from Page 1)
HOWEVER, such requests eral funds require that human
are routine and the vast major- genes, before they- can be
ity of them are rejected. The planted into bacteria, must be
court usually; acts promptly on purified in a special facility not
such requests. readily available to most scien-
If no rehearing request is tists
made or if one is denied, the The regulations grew from
justices will send the case back fears that this kind of genetic
to U. S. District Court Judge enierg, patg gns
from one species into the cells
John Sirica, for ordering Mit- of another, could result in a
chell "genetic accident" that would
The three Watergate defen- create a, new form of life haz-
dants each were sentenced to ardous to man.
30 months to eight years in pri- Research on recombinant
son for conspiracy, obstruction DNA - desoxyribonucleic acid
of justice and giving false testi- - is seen by some scientists
mony under oath in what prose- as leading to such advances as
cutors said was an attempt to controlling hereditary diseases
conceal government misconduct and understanding how charac-
in the Watergate scandal. teristics pass from one genera-
tion to the next.
E H R L I C H M A N, 51, AT A 1975meeting at Asilo-
earlier had been convicted of mar, Calif., 140 biologists
conspiracy in connection with agreed to impose a voluntary
the 1971 "plumbers" burglary ban on DNA experiments 'until
of the office of Daiel Ells- safety ' guidelines could be
burg's psychiatrist. He chose to formed, and a year later the
begin serving his prison terms NIH produced its code.
pending appeal of both convic- Bills are pending 'both in
tions. Both appeals now have Congress and in the California
been rejected. Legislature to apply the NIH
The justices had discussed guidelines to all research, whe-
the Watergate cover-up case for ther federally funded or not.

Wednesday, May 25
8:05 p.m. OPERA NIGHT
Gilbert and Sullivan: THE SORCERER
11:0 p.m. Folk Festival U.S.A.
Indian Springs Bluegrass Festival
on UOM 917FM

17 i

Goodman said the UCSF find-
ings, to be published in the
journal of Science, are the pro-
duct of more than a year of
studying the genes that produce
HE SAID that the type of
bacteria involved in the re-
search could not live on .its
own even if it were to escape
from the laboratory.
"We would hope that good
things will come of this report
rather than the negative press
this type of research has been
getting," Goodman said. "This
kind of research has been go-
ing on for five years and no
accidents have been reported.
People maybe are realizing that
the initial fears are not coming
to be, and we're coming close
to be able to make something
really biologically important
like insulin."
Another benefit of the re-
search may be in helping sci-
entists understand what causes
diabetes. Goodman said scien-
tists hope to learn by studying
the genes what turns them on
and off - what tells an insulin
gene to go to work producing
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