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Spring 1978


  • HSUS attacks animal slave market
  • Harp Seal killing pointless and obscene
  • Animal testing will not solve human safety problems (Dr. Michael Fox)
  • National humane leader dies
  • A.S.P.C.A. adopts barbiturate for euthanasia: drops use of decompression chamber
  • Setting the pace for humane education (John J. Dommers & Kathy Savesky)
  • Animal Rights & Human Ethics: 1978 Annual Conference
  • Dr. Andrew Rowan to join ISAP staff
  • HSUS to develop audio-visual library in memory of Nellie Russell Kingsland
  • Update: Institute for the Study of Animal Problems
  • HSUS helps strengthen anti-cruelty laws
  • Sales ban on turtles reviewed
  • HSUS comments on federal animal programs
  • Coyote "study" attacked
  • The Humane Society of the United States Annual Report: 1977 in Review
  • Animal transportation
  • Animals in movies
  • Wild horses
  • HSUS condemns savage slaughter of dolphins
  • Tuna/dolphin kill falls sharply
  • Livestock left to starve on Tennessee farm
  • Wild horses victimized by BLM
  • Legislators look to West Coast office for help
  • Southeast Regional Office in open and on the job
  • HSUS-New Jersey protests great swamp deer hunt
  • New England Office fights for changes at Hartford pound
  • Rowland testifies on mourning doves
  • Gulf States Office aids shelter improvement effort
  • Missouri cruelty case shows need for stronger laws
  • Humane Education Workshop to be held June 26-July 13
  • New HSUS radio spots draw enthusiastic response
  • Shelter Sense: A new publication for animal control and animal shelter workers
  • Accreditation program expands
  • Follow-up on zoo inspections
  • Hoyt elected to University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School Board of Overseers
  • How to understand the problems of enacting Animal Welfare laws: an interview with Texas State Representative John Wilson (Charles Herrmann)
  • With gratitude and respect (John A. Hoyt)