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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 14, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                DEATHS Mrs. Louis Kriz l.ois llurtt 71, a luriniT C'vii.u UajmU u'nd Friday a! Apadie Junction, where Lower-Middle Income Group Hardest Hit The Cellar Rapids llwtif. Sun.. July 11, 197J 3A .she had been living Horn July ioVj. fiapids, .-he married on Feb. 3, 1922. She was a liniduate of Coo college. Survivini; are her husband; Davies. lnv.a City; and three grandchildren. Services Wednesday at :i p.m. al Turner chapel east by from f feet on my salary as someo makiM" ;tn honrlv The Americans most bothered those in the lo-middle-in- come bracket, earning to i I v to Cope December .siie had dipped savings for a "couple to make ends ANGUISH showed in Ihe face of Mrs. Mary Wilkerson, m o t h e r of convict Otis Wilkerson, as she told reporters Saturday that she hoped her son would give up. (Continued from Page l.i persona! interviews j adults, a-ie lo and ohier. be- tween May and June .1 .Americans mosi HI euai Americans >-av nave bv mi iiiion. (lallup luumi. were .1... ffi'cd ii'uni ihe impact of nilla- lion. In ihe Philadelphia area, for example, Nancic Wolfe, ycar-old wife of a Temple uni- versity A number of jvtiple sinee been hard-hit by iiiilation said into they had worked out ingenious hundred dollar methods of coping with rising mf'et Klierbcrk. example. J'llic Szeke- don't ihjnk v.e live cxirava- naliona! ceme- 'V- of Tucson, said she typed g a n 11 y said. "We've for a friend in exchange for always bcen paid once a month. ______ flour varnishing. She cGukcd for and we always come out at the another friend, .she said, and g.it a( ihe month .sumo-broke." Memorial Services her piano tuned in exchange. The findings were based on In Washington, D.C.. Paul ;M-year-oM lawyer, after working for 10 Serious After he still was looking for a M10DLK AMANA Kandy "financial cushion." Osborn. 22, of Williamshurg was! Hcesc, a listed in serious condition at'housewife from Charlottesville, salary in- Ini.sband received west by ihe RCA'. James Leslie iifii- i i Hvman. Williamsburg Man, 22, liurial: Limvood cemeterv. Cushiiiii Klusivc Harrington, Mmms M. i .Monthly a! 1 al St. I'alriekV jC'atholif eiiuivh by the Itt-v. I Mania T. Laushlin NL'SF Honor Hurial: .St. .Mi- ehael's eemetery. Rosary at p.m. Sunday aad prayer Serviee at ii p.m. at Teahea !'u- neral home where friends may call after Suaday. Fink. Arthur Loniy Mnn-1 University hospital in Iowa saK' day a i al Turner chapel: following a one- crease her car Satin-day accident'at ;i'50 hils swallowed up 'p.m.on Iowa highway 220. ;by inflation. The highway patrol reported Mrs. Kcese said she began; that Osborn was traveling at a i working at a Sears store at high rate of speed and failed1 night after she moved to Char-; to negotiate a curve on highwayllottesvillc from St. 220 near here. JF'a-, primarily as a way of, company, but two sisters who; LXIVYYIIO; Osborn's vehicle went into a'meeting local people. "Now it's: talked with her later in the day! PRAIRIE DU CHIEN and flipped over once. she said. disputed that. Donella Washing-'officials report -i Cedar had bcen filcd the money for groceries." ton 21 and Deatrice Brown, 27, residDnt Mjss chrjs Law, Qf; night. _______ Plans in Disarray said their sister told them the! convicts required her to stay. I4201 1'lrst avonuc SE' attempted! BQ Scouts Struck b They gave no reason, Ito rescue a Mar-Mac Iowa conv woman, Almcda Washington, 24, stayed in the cellblock; McKin-; ney said he did not know why. -C.R. Woman S First reports were that she: p had elected to stay voluntarily i 6 S C U 6 to keep the one female hostage' Teacher Fails, The pair originally took school substitute teacher hostages, but released one Fri-; early Saturday morning. CIMARRON, N.M. (UPI) day morning. Remaining in thej The two women had been struck a group of Boy cellblock with them were three j an outing wjtn friends before! Scouts trying to find shelter deputy marshals, two justice de- the accident, partment employes and two pri- vate attorneys. Linda Vorwald, 26, of Prairie jdu Chien, drowned in a 50-foot -Ford- (Continued from Page 1.) i d e n t' 3 oceanfront office, spending just about all of the time on the economy, Ford said. This was Ford's sixth meet- ing with Nixon this week. Discussing the economic sit- uation, Ford said there was "some pretty good news" over the last week and that Nixon was getting "favorable public reaction to the policy of the administration and the per- sonal attention the President is giving to our problems in the inflation area." Nixon has "pretty well laid out a to try to curb inflation, Ford said. He reiterated what adminis- tration and White House aides have been saying: Nixon will submit a tight, balanced bud- get for fiscal 1976. He will "take a very hard look at any authorization or appropriation bill that would increase his budget recom- mendations" Ford said, and "there undoubtedly will be vetoes of those bills that sub- stantially exceed" the budget. The "good news" Ford cited was "the lowest rate in the cost of living in eight months" and the signing of a budget reform bill that he said would give congress and the ad- ministration "a new tool so that there can be a better handle on federal expendi- tures." He also said unemployment was stabilized for the third month in the 5.2 percent range. Ford said Nixon thinks any tax increase or tax cut now "is the wrong approach" and none is contemplated. from a high mountain rainstorm in a rugged northeastern New Mexico area Friday, killing one I deep section of the Mississippi u d river north of here at about J b am Saturday pamons and an adult leader. Miss Vorwald, in addition to being a teacher, was an assis- tant manager of the Pirate's Cove lounge Chien. She reportedly river from a walkway stretchingitis in his right knee and has from a boathouse to the dock. (resumed his normal work Several law Vatican spokesman agencies dragged the river 'and Federico Alessandrini said Sat- recovered the body at a.m. urday. Some families have found their long-established financial Lightning; One Dies plans thrown into disarray be- cause of inflation. Susan Os- trander of Chicago, a travel consultant married to an invest- ment banker, has worked for of her 12 married years. Her salary formerly was used strictly for her own expendi- tures. she said, "it goes into the checking account, not the savings account." For many Americans, infla- tion is not only a problem, but a puzzle. "What I don't said Grace Brown of suburban Seattle, "is why the horrible, tremendous increase in prices? Things went up not just a fen- cents, or gradually, but whole dollars and seemingly all at C. R. Weather Iowa Deaths Progress by Pope VATICAN CITY (UPI) in Prairie du Pope Paul VI is making "very j satisfactory progress" in recov- fell into from an attack of arthri- July Hubert HJI'7 aveiuie Si-'., a I.imhi Vavra street. SK. Ilex ('arter, ville, a M.n: and KiHtaril ('a a Births July To tile lamilies o! Arnold I', llcisdorl'fer, Hia- watha, a sou; Dennis I'lynn, 3434 C avenue NK, a ch.urc Steven J. Ovcl, Park av- enue SK, a son; and John llof- fa, Belle Plainc, a son. July 13 To the families of after 1 ilontla; phDto by Jchrc Apollo 11 Reunion Set For Fifth Anniversary WASHINGTON (AP) The three Apollo 11 astronauts will be reunited this week in cere- monies here and at Cape Cana- veral, commemorating the fifth; anniversary of man's first land- ing on the moon. Neil Armstrong. Edwin Aldrin and Michael Collins will dedi- cate their launch pad at Cape Canaveral as a national land- mark at a.m. CDT Tuesday exactly five years lo the minulo after they blasted off on their historic journey .Inly IB. 19G9. icers Caries Jenkins, Davenport, seated, Saturday was elected grand master of Prince hall, Grand lodge AF and AM, during the final day of the group's state convention at the Roosevelt Hotel. Hubert Ross, Burlington, left, was named senior warden; Adolph Ollison, Sioux City, center, deputy grand master, and Steve Gilmore, 917 G avenue NW, re-elect- ed junior grand warden. Also re-electd were Paul Wilson, Des Moines, grand treasurer; Jake Nelson, Burlington, grand secretary; Cleo Morrison, Des Moines, grand lecturer, and Charles W. Peguese, Des Moines, CCFC. Weapon Search Search resumed Saturday morning in the Cedar river in Cedar Rapids for the weapon sought in The murder of Donald Van Steenis. A magnet was dropped into river from the Third avenue bridge from a crane. Van Steenis died Feb. 22 of a broken neck caused by a gunshot wound, according to sheriffs deputies. No arrests have been made in connection with the murder, but deputies said the inves- tigation indicates the weapon may have been thrown into the river at the downtown location. Korea Sentences 7 Wond, Follmct's. 1700 FiVst 'avcnu'c NW, i l ato 3 Sunday. daughter; Orval F. Jlasonville Engelena Foster, 938 Center Point road ME, a; 50. Monday at Grace I daughter; Frank IV. Mannins. United Methodist church. Vis- Oxford Junction, a son; andiHation after II) Sunday, Krcus- Edward L. Hcathman, Todd- j scl-Fawcett's, Lamoni. Vllle' :1 Kon' Monoiiii Leslie D. Secland, 'SO. Monday at St. Paul Fires i Lutheran church. Visitation at Schultz1 after noon Sunday. a.m. Saturday. Faulty; carburetor at 129 Sixteenth av-l Oehvein Margaret Reicks, cnue SW. ]80. Monday at at Sacred I Heart Catholic church. Hintz'. p.m. Saturday. Short in! outlet at 619 Nineteenth avenue I Sisourncy Ruth M. Car- michacl, 82. Services tentative- ___ ily scheduled for Tuesday at 10 I at the Methodist church. Service Monday for Holm's. SEOUL, Korea (AP) Seven more persons, including a well- known Korean poet, were sen- tenced to death Saturday, and former President Yun Po-sun was added to the list of 55 civil- ian defendants being tried on charges of plotting to overthrow the government. i The seven brought to 14 the number of persons given death pen-alties this week in connec- tion with an underground stu- dent group known as the Na- tional Democratic Youth- Student Federation. Thirty-nine others have bcen sentenced to prison terms ranging from 15 years to life. The remaining two, who are Japanese residing in Korea, will be sentenced Mon- day. The seven sentenced to death Saturday included dissident poet Kim Chi-ha, 33, five students; from Seoul National university j and a 29-year-old unemployed; man. Yun Po-sun, (he 76-year-old; former president, said he will go on trial Tuesday on a Italy, of providing money to the stu-'wnich has a Beverly Hills out- dent group. He was not detained ;lcL has bccn fillcd 39.500 for try- aHhough he was interrogated by illg to scn crocodile shoes. ths military prosecution on May in connection with charge. Making Money Is the Topic A five-part series taken from a new book, "How To Make Money in Wall Street'', by Louis Hukey- ser begins on page 20A in today's Gazette. Rukeyser, formerly a foreign corres pondent for the Baltimore Sun and economics editor for ABC-TV News, cur- rently hosts "Wall Street a popular pro- gram on public television Rukeyser's book covers the market generally for the average investor or for those who want to be- come interested. Asked if he could pass along some inside advice about how the market will behave in the future, he s a i d, "Whenever I'm asked that question, I give the answer J. P Morgan always gave. Mor- gan would pause porten- tously, and say, 'The mar- ket will fluctuate.' j John Hansen, Marengo Sigourncy William H. F. Ahren.s, 83. Monday at 2. MARENGO John D. I sen, 41, died Saturday at Veler- I -i wercnce Q. Thomas, 83. Mason- tans Administration hospital in ic scrviccs Monday at 8 at Iowa City. IFeeney's chapel. Services Mon- He was born Sept. 18, 1932, at- f tended Marengo public schools, j and married the former Eunice Ealy on June 18, 1955, in Belle u United Methodist Church. Burial: Strawberry Plaine. Mr. Hansen was the owner and operator of a sanitation trucking service in Marengo. He is survived by his wife and j three sons; David, Dean, and Drue. Services: Monday at p.m. at Hoover-Valentine w here friends may call after 3 Sunday. Point cemetery. Urbana Ronald E. Tharp, jr., 21. Monday at 2 at Murdoch chapel, Center Point. Burial: Urbana cemetery. Visitation after 3 Sunday at Murdoch's in Center Point. Vinton Clark Geater, M. 2 Wcsl7 United Methodist church. Burial: Bear Creek cemetery, Brandon. Visitation after 7 p.m. Saturday at Campbell's. Wcllman Harvey Glenn Wngamon, 72. Monday at 2, Powell's. Wellman, where fri- end? mav call nfter 7 Saturdav. Peronist Dies BUENOS AIRES. Argentina: (AP) Adeline Romero, 51, head of the key Peronist-i dominated General Labor Con-: federation, died of a heart at- In Hospital Kay Koepke, tack Saturday, a union Atwood drive SW, is a pa- man announced. itient at Mercy hospital. 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