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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Weather- l''alr ttinljilil, Hie mid IIOs. Partly cloudy 'Tliiirs.lny with (it) (15. VOLUME NUMBER 2lili CITY FINAL 15 CENTS CKIJAH RAPIDS, IOWA, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1074 ASSOCIATED PRESS, UPI, NEW YORK TIMES WASHINGTON (UPI) Fed- eral Energy Administrator John Sawhill said Wednesday he has proposed lhal the government levy a 20- to 30-ccnt pcr-gallon refundable fee on gasoline. Sawhill said motorists would be able to gain their refund through the income tax system. "The refund would have to come through the withholding system although other mecha- nisms would have to be found to refund lo people who arc not part of the lax system, thai is (those) who don't pay income lax on a weekly or bi-weekly he said. "In order to really be effec- tive, a fee would have (o be somewhere in the 20-to-30-cenls range." StUII Fee As an example, he said that, if a motorist drove miles a year in a car that gol 20 miles per gallon, he would pay a refundable fee of But hc indicated lhal, if a motorist drove over a year or owned a car gelling less than 20 miles per gallon, all the money would not be refunded. Sawhill said hc has discussed the plan, along with several other energy conservation mea- sures, wilh "senior advisers" to President Ford. Sawhill was interviewed on Ihc NBC Today show. He said he was opposed to a straight non-refundable lax on gasoline. "1 don't think a straight lax would make sense but I do think some kind of a refundable fee might make sense because il would help poorer he added. lie said the U. S. must "lake some lough sleps lo cut back on our usage of energy" lo prove lo thc rest of Ihc world that the na- lion is "serious about energy conservation." Two Problems "We are determined to reduce (he amount of foreign oil we use and thereby reduce thc tremen- dous inflationary pressure thai foreign oil has not only on this country but on the rest of the world." Sawhill said. Selection of Jury Proceeds Slowly WASHINGTON (AP) U. S. District Judge John Sirica Wednesday resumed the pains- taking process of selecting a jury in the Watergate cover-up trial. Lawyers finally as a jury member it would be, "one of the most im- portant things you will have lo do in your life." In a preliminary attempt lo sift out bias, Sirica asked about familiar with and political back- DEFENDANT Former Attorney General John Mitchell, left, arrives -for the second day of the Watergate cover-up trial. 18 Months Nowlin Was Sane, Stafe Suspended tojSoys in Final Arguments Ed Reinecke WASHINGTON (AP) Former California LI. Gov. Edi By Tom Frucliling MASON CITY lour delay while attorneys dis- Reinecke drew an 18-month sus-j cussed jury instructions will' "George Nowlin." ''ollcwing 'in aid- "no1 n the whole deal, Betty's Progress Is President Reports Rcmley "ie shots he. fired, WASHINGTON (UPI) Betty Ford is making "unbelievable progress" in her recovery from i cancer surgery, says He described Nowlin s )ended sentence Wednesday Hy.and. final as "unbelievable in1 were p re s e n I e c'Jie main" and W''f i the President told her hus- (rial of Ihrec of former Pres- ident Nixon's closest aides said they expect Sirica to be deliber- ate and careful in thc selcciion process because of the massive publicity surrounding the trial. The selection is not expected to be completed before thc end of thc week. As the second day of the trial opened, Sirica advised the new group of 175 prospective jurors to be aware of "the solemnity of your duties." Excused .Seventy-nine of Ihc 175 per- sons called Wednesday asked to be excused and Sirica began questioning each individually about their reasons. Some 90 members of an initial pool of 155 potential jurors were excused Tuesday after saying they would be unable to sit through the trial, expected to last at least until Christmas for personal reasons. For a day, the 12 jurors and six alternates will be re- quired to shuttle back and forth to Sirica's courtroom from a nearby hotel. On Tuesday, Sirica noted two years of Watergate news cover- age and asked Ihe first pool of prospective jurors lo come be- fore him: "Is there anyone who cannot ground. Direct or indirect con- ncclion to thc defendants, the prosecutors or anyone vaguely connected with thc Watergate scandals also was pursued in questioning that took up most of the five-hour court day. One man acknowledged that his mother worked for a can- didate in Ihc 1972 presidential campaign and also had been ar- rested during an anti-war pro- test at thc Pentagon. Another man, a former FBI agent, acknowledged that Par- kinson had handled his divorce ease. Neither was excused. Private Session The (i5 who survived the first day's questioning, along with those selected Wednesday, Ibcar more questions from judge in Thursday. lying to a U. S. .senate commit- [gumcnts tee about an ITT financial Wednesday morning Jledge lo the 1972 Republican! U. S. District Judge on Parker mdcr one month of in main in the points. Remley reminded i.'ial Nowlin himself .murder trial of Gcory: Hemley reminded the jury lational convention. I ihcl Nowlin hims-elf icsiilinrl Ibis was Ihe eighth day of the minim MIIH.V.II IIMIIILQ in which Nowlin. of rural "lal llc llcd al a lrial also placed himJKcyslonc. is charged with the lonlh ol Conner was charged with 'after visiting her at Bcthcsda iN'aial hospital Tuesday night. Asked if Mrs. Ford was eager lo gel back lo the White House, of Maureen Connoilv" Hlln ;l1 17. of Cedar Rapids. March 10. .Nowlln sald Conncl.' vised probation. "You were a victim of youi-j Prosecution attempted to con- own selfish Parker vince thc jury lhal Nowlin was old Reinecke. "Bui under the circumstances you have been penalized sufficiently." Reinecke resigned ss licu- Icnant governor less than anj hour before the sentencing, in letters submitted to the stale as- sembly sneaker and nresidenl of He said a straight could have imposed for the one- tax presents two problems. "In the first place, in order to really be effective il has lo be quite large." he said. "A small gasoline tax is really not going to cut back en gasoline con- sumption by the amount we perjury conviction was five years in prison and a fine. Reinecke prior lo Ihe sentenc- ing delivered an emotional speech reiterating his claim of innocence. He said he demonstrated because he licd for him. "If Ihe defendant would do (Continued: Page .1 Col. 7.) New Rules on Power Plants Set by EPA Leeffclholz, clinical director ofj WASHINGTON (UPI) The the Iowa Security Medical Fa-jEnvironmcntal Protection cilily at Oakdale, found the de- A g c n c y Wednesday ordered someone hc don'1 U's that far along yet, but Ihe doc- fa01 off sane at the time of Ihe killing of Miss Connolly, since Ihc defense has raised the issue of insanity. Not "Homicidal Nowlin. said Jones County At- torney David Remlcy, is not the "homicidal maniac Ihe defense tors think she has done very, very well and this of course is I very encouraging." Ford was asked if the doctors think they have slopped Ihc cancer from spreading. "I'm the California senate. Iclaimcd him lo he." The maximum penally Parker Remlcy noted thai Dr. Paul most of plants lo Ihe nation's embark on need lo really have a credible every way he could lo the court Remlcy said. conservation program. "And secondly a gasoline tax lhal there was "nothing lo be covered up. nothing lo be hid- would work a real hardship onjden" and that he was guilly of sunie Ihc poorer people in our'iio wrongdoing, society. So any kind of gasoline] Reinecke said fcndant to have "no menial dis- orders" after Nowlin was at the institution May 9-20. The doctor also said Nowlin'sjamount of healed water "claimed loss of memory" was inconsistent with medical facts. power a billion program to cut down Die "George Nowlin." Rcmley continued, "couldn't and can't control his temper, and that is lax would have lo somehow be coupled with a refunding provi- 'not insanity." was open The prosecution's and candid with Ihe FBI. the chemicals being discharged into the nation's streams. U said Ihc clean-up would eventually add 1.5 percent lo Ihc consumers' electric bill. EPA Administrator Russell not qualified lo say he replied, but "I hope so." ''She is regaining her a medical bulletin said. "Her temperature has re- turned to normal and all other vital signs continue normal. Her spirits arc excellent.' presume that tile defendants who stall noceiit 'There was no response, erlhcless, the judge admoni thc potential jurors, "keep an open mind about this case." "Avoid Coverage" Thc judge admonished a private thc session defense and prosecution lawyers present, the potential jurors will be askc.! still more questions in an at tempt to find the most impartial panel possible. Wilh reports from California that Nixon may be unable to travel for some weeks, Sirica was awaiting a formal descrip- tion of the former President's health from his lawyers. Thc judge has indicated he'll for the report, due Thurs- AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) The vife of a rural banker was 'ound dead after she was kid- naped by three gunmen who 'orced her husband to give them an undisclosed amount of money. The body of Jean Reville, 51, was found late Tuesday in the runk of her car on a dirt road about 12 miles west of Augusta, he FBI said early Wednesday. The FBI said Dr. Lawrence -toward, director of the stale crime lab completed an autopsy Wednesday "and advised the in- Jicalions arc lhal Mrs. Reville died of monoxide poisoning." '.'There was no evidence of any allack by gun, knife or the FBI said. Waylaid Her husband, 53-year-old Ea- onton Reville, was waylaid on his way to work early Monday (PJiolo Picture Page) by three masked, armed men wlio told him his wife was locked in the trunk of her car, agents said. Mrs. Reville had left home about an hour earlier than her husband for her nursing job at University hospital in Augusta. Authorities said Reville took (he men lo the Hephzibah branch of the Georgia Railroad Bank and Trust, where he is manager, and gave them a plas- tic waste container filled with an undisclosed amount of cash. He was found locked in the f 111: wds luLjnu luunuu m luu day. before making any formal lrunk of car carly Tucsday. mis' Jd dclPrm'T1S TuS agent Joseph Sylvester inis.'ii-a availability as a witness. Both Ihc prosecutors and Ebrlichman have subpocancd Nixon. to avoid written or them broadcast accounts of Ihc trial's first day. Accused of attempting lo] smother the original Watergate' investigation two years ago three members of former Pres-j ident Nixon's innermost circle: John Ehrlichman, H. R. Hal- deman and John Mitchell. Two other lesser ligurcs who worked in Nixon's 1972 re-elec- tion effort, Robert Mardian and attorney Kenneth Parkinson, The President brought a ;iro charged in the conspir- from Italian President Viova acy I Leone, whom the Fords enter-! The G5 able to personally with- laincd at Ihc While House Ihc night before Ihe First learned of her illness. [stand Ihe extended jury duty a scries of press and the special prosecu- tor's office, "but perhaps coop- Clot in Nixon's Lung Dissolving LONG BEACH (AP) blood clot in Richard Nixoi right lung has begun lo dissolve, his doctor reports. In his daily medical bulletin j Tuesday, Dr. John Luiigrcn lests showed no new clol had developed since Ihe former ''resident began coagulants. joration wilh law enforcement isn't always Ihe bcsl thing lo j Train said Ihe regulations "arc the based on Ihe felony murder rule, meaning that it believes Miss Connally's murder was commit- led in a scries of acts involving ,a felony. The stale contends the i killing was perpetrated follow- He said all Ihc evidence Ihe robbery of Michael Scr- regulations most significant in- pollulion control promulgated b y II was a green leather tote with Ihc famous Gucci de- signer signature on the side. "You know, women have to were questions by Sirica, including have something like Ford smiled as he carried il into Ihe hospital. whether they had any "moral, ethical, philosophical or reli- gious" reasons for not standing in judgment of others. Dominicans Cut Food to Terrorists SANTO DOMINGO. Dominican Republic (UPI) The Domini- can government has canceled a .shipment of food to the Venezue- lan consulate in response lo lef- tist guerillas hardening de- mands for thc release of seven hostages held in the building. The guerillas, who have been holding a U. S. woman diplomat and six others for five days, demanded million in ransom and the release of Dominican said in announcing the discovery of Mrs. Reville's body that auth- jorilies had received a telephone {call saying a blue. 1961) Buick Elect ra had been spotted on a dirt road near Martinez, a su- iburb of Augusta. Found in Trunk "The body of a woman was found in the trunk of the car. She has been identified as Ihc victim in this case, Mrs. Re- hc said. L a w enforcement officers using helicopters and tracking dogs had hunted into the night for Mrs. Reville. The search had been concen- trated in a wooded area south of Augusta near Hephzibah, where Reville had been authorities found and located a political prisoners. Earlier, a lop third car which Ihc FBI said was used in the abduction and robbery, government [bad reduced their demands to 1 freedom for one jailed leftist leader and safe passage out of EPA. "The regulations will apply toj more than 1.000 power planls in-j more than Ford Appears Before Oct. "Most Important" Sirica told them lhal if chosen ithc country. Thc government responded by choking off Tuesday's scheduled afternoon delivery of food and water lo Ihc hos- tages, and mainlaincd its icy official silence on the situa- (ion. withheld disclo- sure of Ihc kidnaping for almost 24 hours. The FBI said Ihc deci- sion to announce Ihc abduction was made because Mrs. Reville was in poor physical condition and might not hc able lo with- stand prolonged caplivily in an enclosed area. I Gazette Wins ISEA Some Crop Disasters f i from Record Cold? 'charge of pollutants In our i rivers, lakes and esluaries." i At Ihc same time. Train said ident Ford has agreed lo appear before house judiciary sub- commitlee a week from Thurs- day lo answer questions on his Prcs-ison said, "I suggest the lhc regulations provide for ex- emnlions for Rltlliinl lNlxon- emplions for power ich can show ihat I chairman, hep announced I Archbishop Hugo Eduardo Po- sub-, lance Brilo, serving as an inter-; cedar napids commillce may be in Ihe did not make his usual1 Gazette coverage of local cdu- lion of Ihe farmer's daughter. You should beware of Presi- coine led during the generating j U', i process .iocs not have an Hungale said the hearing wi Called Unfair Stark (D-Calif.l j which is without lights an. i water. Police believe Ib Today's Index Comics Crossword Daily llccm-d Deaths Kdittirial Features Farm Financial Marion......... Movies .Society Spurts State ision Want Ads I DES MOINES (API west temperatures ever re- impact on fish life in Ihc anli-lc'old temperatures early! corded for sci early in the 'surrounding waters. I Wednesday probably increased! season, Ihe weather service i damage to Iowa's crops in southern counties more Ihan of- ficials had predicted earlier, ac- cording to a federal farm Ma'.iy lii'ian. "We're going to have SOUK local said Duan. Skow. chief statistician for Ihe Hep. I Ihc subcommittee urged lo question said Thc overnight low in Rapids was 21. breaking Ihe old of .'Kl.sel in 19211. 1 Oltumwa was the warmest wilh a low of Agriculture officials w e r e open lo live television cover- The regulations were wili lu'Km originally proposed in for the Cedar.other aspect as well in that ccr-i lain older plants will not be cov-j cred. closely on just what sundown appearance to carry! cational activities has been non- food and water 'o the building. I ored for Ibe second year in a row by the Iowa Stale Education Assn.' building isj The Gazelle was one of five being held by six guerillas j news media selected from a armed wilh submachine guns.'field of 20 entries to receive pistols, grenades and possibly'Ihe 1074 1SEA school bell award. The award recognizes education which contributes lo public understanding inal conduct" he (bought he was; rtf coverage pardoning Nixon for. .pro-Castro Jan. 12 National Lib- increased But Hep. llogan ili-.Md.i said eralion Movement, abducted I'.! of schools and Ilieir objeclives. for the President lo appear. Friendly Manner Panel members 8A .....si) 111! sc. in: iim-i2H I (MIC IOC HIIM.1I) "1 believe that I have arrived at a sel of decisions which en- sure the clean-up and protection 'Iowa Crop and livestock lie-'kceping an eve on only the nf wnk'''s Tuesday nol lo let Ford's friend-inol In be hoodwinked Service farmers 'southern Her 'of counti.K ol electric powerpy manner keep them from ask- President." llogan said, will have fields lhal are worlh'cause in early September tough questions. Press Secretary Kon I mare (or hay Ihan soybeans." canceled'any further invrslm.Mits." Train said. Rep. Damelson The mercury plunged l.rgi'owlh in Ihe northern Iwo- jrecnrd lows an October 2nd in ail arras nf the stale Ihc lOjDamelson and Stark were unfair.s. embassy public officer tpiby issuing such w a r n i n g Hutchison Friday as.was composed were written by than applaud Ihe Pres-'sbe drove through Santo Domin- Gazette's school news rc- idcnt for recognizing porter. Judy Daubenmier. :responsibility and coming up lo The government has charged urgcdjleslify before us, we're warned j three newsmen with complicity by the kidnaping. The Ihreo. a photographer and two news cx- Xes.scn.ecutives Irom the afternoon D-Calif.i loldlsaid Ford agreed lo lo.slify be-j newspaper, La Noticia. entered The Gazelle also received the award in and 10711. The school bell awards will be (Continued: Page II, Col. fi.) Mime Spencer, Atlantic and Hum- boldl shared Ihc early-morn- ing Wednesday a chilly IS. The readings were the lo- thirds nf the s Skow said Iowa had in Ihc spring and by Ihe time of dusl hit, Mn beans bad power plains which of Ihc most open, the information that look picture: electricity but not lojcharming and congenial mcin-jrcqucslcd." lie said Ford's] viewed Hie guerillas. planted late labilities will cost ;bers who ever served billion lo eniilrol chemicaligress." (Continued: Page :l. Cnl .1 between and S2.7 billion thermal nolhuinn by 1 after the and inter- f TV summer reruns arc com- n con- waiver of executive privilege: A spokesman for the ncwspa- ing to an end and just alxiut would not necessarily apply to per said Mendcz Vargas, a tune. Some of last season's bad -nidi Warning that Ford's manner any or ail potential in employe, telephoned the aic about lo become to control'might prevent members froni'lhe iuture lor presidential ap- paper after his guerilla lime losers. cwini.i asking hard questions, Daniel- pearantrs congress unit occupied the nmsiilalc.   

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