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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 3, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                I'aHly wilh n rain mid I'Viday. idglit, '15 In Friday in (ills. W CKDAK RAPIDS, IOWA, Tllij.KSDAY, OCTOBER :i. 11174 CITY FINAL 15 CENTS ASSOCIATED PKESS, UIJI, MOW YOHK TIiMEa By United Press International Israeli military sources Thursday reported a heightened level of alert along the Golan Heights cease-fire line following reports of new Soviet arms ship mcnls to Syria and Arab warn- ings thai another Middle East war could break oul in months. Israeli newspapers said Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin took ac counts of stepped up Soviet wca ponry shipments lo Syria including cily-to-city SCUD mis- siles and advanced MIG-23s very seriously. He had warned Wednesday that Israel would at tack Arab cities if SCUD mis siles were used against Israeli populated areas. The latest Arab warning of Ihe possibility of renewed con- flict in the Middle Easl came from the Saudi Arabian Oil Min- ister Sheik Ahmed Zaki Ya- mani. who told newsmen in Washington Wednesday thai a new war could break out in six months if Israel docs not return all occupied territory. Oil Prices However, if Israel yields all the land occupied during the war Saudi Arabia should be able lo persuade all Arab members of Ihe Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to sharply reduce cur- rent oil prices, he said. "I assure you if we can solve the (Israeli) problem Ihe price New Citizen Stephanie Anne Modd, 3, was one of 13 recipients of naturalization this week in Bismarck, N. D. She was adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Medd in Saigon, South Vietnam, when she was 17 days old. Defends Environmental Spending NEW YORK (AP) The En- vironmental Protection Agency administrator, Russell Train, said Thursday thai environ- vironmenlal expenditures can help us achieve the kind of eco- nomic growth that will give us real gains both in our standard of oil will come Yamanijnntion's economic problems. mental safeguards must be of living and in our quality of given high priority despite thcilifc." told his guests. Together Arab stales produce some 2-1 million barrels of petro- leum a day. Yamani's theory is that Iran and Venezuela, the Iwo top non-Arab producing na- nol withstand drive for lower lions, would united Arab prices. A new hint of possible trouble came from Damascus where Syrian leaders said they may no! allow a renewal of the U. N. mandate to enforce the Golan Heights truce when the interna- tional forces first six-month (Continued: Page :t. Col. 3.) j He said evidence shows "that the inflationary impact of envir- onmental expenditures is negli- gible and Ihe benefits they bring substantially exceed (heir costs." "The economic ease for envir- onmental expenditures is very Train added. Summing up, Train conclud- ed: "The need for aggressively pursuing environmental protec- tion policies .is a high priority need of our lime, one which is essential lo any sustained eco- nomic growth and development. "The fact lhal we must pur- Ihus sue Ihis objective at a time when inflation and other eco- LONG BEACH (AP) Rich-! ard Nixon angrily cursed a Onc by One It was a strong retort to busi- ness and industry complaints Ihe costs of cleaning up and protecting I h e environment should not be heaped on them when Ihe economy is already beset by ballooning costs and credit. One by one. Train fought His strong defense of environ-lnomic problems beset us only mental spending was in alniakcs the lask more complex speech written for delivery toland demanding." the New York Chamber of Com- EPA Planning Inadequate, Soys Senate Report WASHINGTON (AP) A sen- ate subcommittee report criti- cizes the Environmental Protec- lion Agency for failing to ade- quately plan its attack on pol- problems. Kent Henderson of the present inflation and arc not Beach Independent Press Tele- gram said Nixon's face contort- ed and he yelled profanity when he saw the photographer wail- ing outside an office where the former President had just coin- to any significant degree rc- s p o n s i b I e for the capital squeeze." he said, citing es- timates that environmental spending no more paperwork lo a avoid "needless duplication and unnecessary delays." The report was prepared by a senate public works subcom- mittee on environmenlal pollu- than 0.3 percent lo the inflation lion. Senator 'Montova (D-N.M.) standards and regulatory lions." Overly Complex The 105-page report says the subcommittee found "basic in- adequacies in establishing en vironmcntal strategy and re- search priorities to meet legis- lative mandates." It also said EPA research and planning management was overly complex. The subcommittee found stances of a low morale among the key field scienlific staff" and "administrative activilics which duplicate agency-wide administrative functions." The report singled out the agency's office of research and development, which it said was not organized "for planning comprehensive environmental research and conducting it." It said the office was pro- ducing documents rationalizing "existing research projects ralh- cr than documenting a compre- hensive environmental stra- tegy." Amoco Cuts Fuel Prices CHICAGO (DPI) Amoco Oil Co. cut prices on gasoline and heating oil by three cents per gallon Thursday, K. E. Cur- tis, marketing vice-president said. Curtis emphasized that Ihe cul WASHINGTON (AP) The louse has overwhelmingly voted to slash former President Nix- >n's expense money to nil rejecled an effort to cut olf even his pension as repudiation' 'or Watergate. Senate action is still required on Ihc measure. Ford originally for Nixon. The louse also aclcd lo hold Nixon's White House tapes and papers congress acls on proposals lo make them lublic property. Cutoff of Nixon's pen- sion was proposed by Rep. Wal- (D-Calif.) who said that would be Ihe house's last chance verdict thai Nix- "serviee was not honor- able, not deserving of reward." "Vengeful Spirit" But Waldic's effort was re- jected 344 to 40 after Rep. Rob- ison (R-N.Y.) appealed lo the louse to "end this vengeful spirit." The figure would be an 11-month portion, covering Ihe period from Nixon's resig- nation in August through June and Ihe end of Ihc current fis- cal year, of the annual pension to which former Presi- dents arc entitled. In a compromise between nothing .and the ap proved in committee, the house chopped off another The action was on an bil- lion supplemental appropriations that appears headed for Preside-ill Ford's vein because Ihc house boosted it million above his budget. The bill was approved 317 to 2 The cul in Nixon's expense money to was proposed by Rep. Addabbo (D-N.Y.) in two separate amendments. Encourage Nixon He said that would be enough to cover Nixon's expenses for sorting oul his records and an- swering more than let- ters and would slill encourage liy Tom Fruchling MASON CITY Telling a torro Gordo county deputy sheriff "I knew I'd had it" when 10-inan, two-woman jury re- turned after only two hours of deliberation, G e o r g e Junior Nowlin was transferred back to men's reformatory at Ana- inosa late Wednesday after being conviclcd of the first de- gree murder of Maureen Con- nolly. The verdict came in Ihc eighth day of the trial moved here from Jones county on a change, of venue in which Nowlin, 31, of rural Keystone, was charged with the shotgun ilaying of Miss Connolly, 17, of Cedar Rapids, March 10 near Anamosa. Nowlin previously was con- In the Slory victcd by a Slory county jury county trial no defense was prc for Ihe firsl degree murder in scntcd. Linn county of Michael Servey, This time, according lo Ihe al- WAS1IINGTON IAP) Law- yers for former President Nixon Thursday asked U. S. Dislrict Judge John Sirica lo excuse (Nixon from testifying in the Wa- tergate cover-up trial. The request was made in two motions lo quash subpoenas is- sued for Nixon's appearance at Ihe trial by one of Ihc defend- ants and by the government. Sirica refused I o slate the grounds eilcd in Ihe motions but they were believed lo claim that Nixon's health will not permit jhim to travel for at least a month. The former President is in a j hospital in California for trcat- incut of phlebitis and a blood id, also ol Cedar Rapids, both Homey. Nowlin lelt lie should] crimes carry a mandatory sen- tence of life imprisonment. Sen- tencing on both convictions is set for Oct. 111. Life Scnleiiec Alwell Junior Conner of Ber- tram, who testified against his alleged companion of March fl and III, has also been found guilty of first degree murder in connection with Miss Connolly's death and is serving a life sen- tence at the Fort Madison pcni lentiary. In a final argument Friday morning, Nowlin's chief counsel asked Ihc jury to return cither an innocent verdict for his client or, "at the find him guilly by reason of insanity. (The only other choice Ihc jurors had. as oullined in Judge John Hyland's instructions lo one I hcv rc- turned.) "Who To In pleading for the defendant, one of Nowlin's Iwo court-ap- pointed lawyers said the case boiled down to, "who are you going to He asked the jury lo believe Nowlin and dis- miss testimony from most of the state's witnesses most partic- ularly Conner, who claimed Ihe defendant committed all Ihe Nixon to cooperate in (Continued: Page 3, Col. 8.) Privately. havc "more input." Nowlin's testimony was thai he "Ihoughl" he killed Servey, since Conner lold him he did, but thai he suffered a "black- out" and could remember little of the events of Ihe early morn- ing hours of March 10. Nowlin contended that Conner raped Miss Connolly and shot her with a shotgun. Nowlin showed no emotion as the jury came back from its de- liberations. The jurors all avoid- ed looking at the defendant. Nor did Nowlin react when ic verdict was read by the Ccrro Gordo county clerk. Deputies reported Ihe man was "naturally jittery and nor- ms at when I" his cell but said Ihey had no trouble wilh him all week. Nowlin's attorney said he did no' know how "any- one could believe Alwell Con- ner." The 12 jurors apparently did. Jury fore m a n Larry Schrocder, a Clear Lake bank- er, commented lhal Ihc jurors "did not take long lo agree" on Nowlin's guilt. He said Ihey firsl Peru Thursday, causing exlen- discussed the insanily issue and] sive damage. idecided Ihc Keystone man was Reports from Cancte, 120 miles at the time of Ihe deaths, south of Lima, said three people _ were killed and 33 injurci' Nowlin's attorney said before the verdict was announced that his client was not expecting an acquittal. Sentence Mandatory Although a life sentence mandatory for first degree murder, wilh commutation pos siblc only by a decree from the governor, Judge Hyland ordcrce lhal a pre-senlence report or Nowlin be made by Ihe bureau of corrections. Conner still faces Ihe murder of Servey in Linn (Continued: Page 3, Col. 5.) LIMA, Peru (AP) An earth- quake shook Lima and central Terrorists Drop Of S earlier in Ihe week Nixon should not travel for up to three nonlhs. New Name Meanwhile, federal prosccu- ors linked one new name to the conspiracy ease that has mnighl five Nixon loyalists lo rial on criminal charges of ob- slructing justice. In making the claim of "new- ly discovered evidence" the prosecutors said Ihey may add other names to Ihe lisl of al- leged conspirators. The developments came as the slow, painstaking procedure for trying lo select an unbiased jury went inlo its third day Thurs- day. With Ihe jury selection process nol half completed, it appeared thai Ihe firsl testimo- ny in Ihe trial will not come mtil Ihe middle of nexl week at .he earliest. The five defendants, John Ehrlichman, II. R. llaldcman, lohn Mitchell, Kenneth Parkin- son and Robert Mardian, ap- peared to take the snail's pace in stride, each keeping busy in his own way. "Double Jeopardy" Ehrlichman posed a new problem for the judge: A claim thai trial for conspiracy and ob- struction of justice will p! The National Earthquake In-j formation Service in Boulder, j Colo., said the quake hit 7.4 on the Richlcr scale. Such a read- ing usually resulls in exlensive damage. The San Francisco Jones iemlev, Attorney I) prosecuted li Iowa Assis B ck SANTO DOMINGO, can Republic I AP) 'I holding an American woman diplomat and .six other for almost a week said Thurs- day Mint Ihey were abandoning him in double jeopardy since Ehrlichman already stands con- victed in the plumbers case. Ehrlichman filed notice with Sirica thai he considers Iwo of Ihe five charges against him lo violate Ihc constitutional provi- sion that no person shall "be subject for Ihe same offense to be Iwiee put in jeopardy." lie said Ihc plumbers case, in [which he was convicted and f OH j sentenced lo a prison term of 20 I months lo 5 years, is inexlrica- linked to Ihe Walergale said he requested that Ihe five-lshould nol be seen as the begin- quake in measured 8.3. plc'cd tests. rate Henderson said he was sol Environmental programs, lie I month study be carried out of a downward trend' in jrnad rush to gel oul of Ihe city, 'trial as I have ever seen." shocked lie didn't get off a pic- said, prelect Ihe public against Icause of Ihe growing concern 1 crude oil costs, it also does not jmany colliding. Water mains: One of iNowlin's lawyers lure before an attendant and are nojamong many groups aboutImean the need for energ Nixon's wheelchair around o r c inflationary or non-itho scientific basis for EPAJservalion is over, he said pushed him back into the than national dc-'---........ .Nixon's doctor said law enforcement, health! day that tests "have failed toicare or education, reveal any hidden" cancerous i programs must !be worth their cost. Train said.! Dr. John Lundgrcn added Associated Press Writer cndofl'5 thal lhc benefits of our pollu- lion-control expenditures far ;gct. addiliona :ceed Ihcir costs." Cleaning up the environment said before the verdict was turned lie fell il was a "very; clean and very fair" I rial. Now- lin, he staled, had "as fair a side Ihc besieged consulate had become inlolera He had been expected lo claim at Ihe trial that his ac- tions in the Watergate cover-up wore designed lo hide Ihc in- volvement of Walergale bur- counlry exploration. "The companies need more money lo explore and incltidi said George Stocks Take Sharp Drop NKW YOUK iAI'1 The slock market declined sharply Thursday in light trading. At 2 ]i in Ihe Dow Junes average was off 13.22 at 5I1II3I and losers led gainers more than 2-1 {in the New York Sloek Kxehango. arc -businesses across Ihe counuy lhal Ihey may not get natural sylvania Public n produclioii plans lo seel Gordon Liddy in the earlier at the office of Daniel Kllsberg's psychiatrist. flooding j vealcd thai il was his for both terrorists and their, MmircV 'decision lo take Ihc stand in (he terrorists' leader! The prosecutors' incmoraii- -said Ihe gunmen now would ac- evidence cept safe conduct oul ol the couiilry lo Mexico or Peru. Tlie guerilla chief, Kadanics .McmUv. Vargas, made a dra- matic appearance from a win- dow {if Ihc ciinsulate and read his lien stand In police anil newsmen. They rales for residential cus- Icgi.sIativC'loiiicr.s are 12 to 14 percent means reducing Ir dumps materials and energy Solm' into it. he .said. "It makes environmental and economic .sense to make Ihe conservation! nssion. utilities are refusing lo Oliier officials noli1 tlm new cusioineis, industrial fuel oil becalm- expensive or residential An Associated PITS as ]ot energy and Ihe rcduclinn or I recovery of waste a mailer of the highest priority." I "Our cnvirnnnicnial, energy and economic con- Trail', said, "lo put a p r e m i ii in mi greater and greater rlncicncy in Ihe indus- trial prni which can cul energy and "liy encouraging us wiiinn our energy and nvnlal he on'highcr than lasl year and indiis- uceii Itrial customers arc paying 311 iprrront more than they did ill Tile shortage uiii hit hanies; ill inlen upliljie" large industrial u-ors whose con- tracts call lor Ihem to In- cul in limes of Irouhle These cusloiner.s made il necessary to add one co-conspirator lo tin1 list drawn up by the Watergate grand jury. It did not name the person. liu! a .source close !o Ihc case confirmed Ihc man is Kichard Moore, Ihe former .special coun- sel lo Nixon, who le.slilied at Ihc in a shortage of a short period of lime without ullh a single national nalural gas in almost every Idovflopmrnl of new supplies. >rice of -12 eenls per culm area, wilh the Fast Coast ap-! Meanwhile., the A s s o c so-called "new" parently facing Ihe most Press learned that federal of.'from wells lhal began operation healing oil problem. Nalural gas providesjficials arc preparing L il1'-'1- has 1111 ill [invent of Ihc energy used gcncy plans lo deal wilh a pos- I11''1'1' ranged fioni lo 34 in Ihe country siblc shortage of coal if I-OOH cubic feel and officials siv tin- situ walk ual the ciirrcn; i atoragri! 2V e.-.v., the comum- Low eibug v- ,.-nil h contact expires Nov 12 Spi loi- Hie Illihlics Til.' plans include diversion ol and sonic slate officials blame seine coal supplies trom electric the lederal jiouer commission utilities u lor Ihe shortage They say tin1 embargo ceiling price lor natural s'amlbv under which vear A spokesman for Mimic- air lo Hi: the II v and their Index of lood and sotl make arrangements drinks laic Wednesday night, j e sources of energy A bottle containing ad-j lo Ihe I' S. and Spanish' nl culnlls for'ambassador on. 'he n 'ilne-.d.- to I he government action wa expected to mean boo: other induslnes, ,an in prices lor who a coal exports and are paving nioie ULIM la: gMalinn under which vear A spokesman for Minin rr- iKsnored, I'l'.'.lril Comics..... Crussuord Daily Record Deaths Kditorial Fcalures Farm Financial Marion Movies Siieiel v Sporls Male isi'm Want Ails id iieonleii'd to (lit sola s C ,1......   

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