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Janesville Gazette (Newspaper) - December 13, 1982, Janesville, Wisconsin Page 4�? the Janesville Gazette monday december 13, 1982reagan must act on social Security planners say Washington apr members of the social Security Reform commission say president Reagan must act soon if he wants to use the panel As a a whipping boy to push an unpopular but necessary Rescue plan for the system through Congress. Without an agreement backed by the White House for a blueprint Congress is unlikely to find its own timely solution to the problem of mounting social Security deficits they suggested. The panels chairman and a top Republican senator also agree that any plan must include a mix of higher payroll taxes and lower Cost of living increases to keep the old age fund from drying up in the 1980s sen Robert Dole r-Kan., the chairman of the Senate finance committee said sunday he doubts the panel will reach an agreement at its final meeting next Friday a unless the president decides to take a look at social Security and become actively Dole interviewed on lbs tvs a face the nation a said he has been unable to get Reagan on the Telephone to Confer with him on legislative business Alan Greenspan chairman of the 15-member Reform commission said there already is tentative agreement on the panel that the Way to solve the $150 billion to $200 billion shortfall confronting social Security Over the next seven years is through a mix of higher payroll taxes and lower Benefit hikes. Greenspan appeared on both Abc news a this week with David Brinkley and Cable news networks a news maker a if both the speaker and the president could agree on the outlines of a specific solution that would pretty much carry the Day a Greenspan said on Cable news. Dole said a it seems to me we re going to have to have a mix of taxes and Benefit reforms without cutting the level of present benefits if we re going to satisfy democrats and republicans on the commission and in the Dole said the White House should realize that the political a Center of Gravity has shifted closer to Capitol Hill since the Republican losses in last months elections. Greenspan said on Abc a clearly were the president and the speaker to agree not necessarily publicly but if they even acquiesce in the nature of some general agreement i think that we probably could get unanimous or virtually unanimous commission recommendations. Dole said Reagan of Neill and others ought to press for a specific Rescue plan so they can use the commission a was a whipping boy in pushing unpopular Reform legislation through the House and Senate. A i might be willing to accelerate the taxes already in place and maybe change the mix of taxes in the next several years if in fact we could have a six month delay in next july a Cost of living increase Dole said. Dole suggested that a package relying on Benefit reforms for 60 percent of its savings and tax hikes for 40 percent might be acceptable. Southern Wisconsin obituaries Claude Davis former Delavan official Dies Delavan Claude d Davis 84, of 705 Phoenix died sunday in the Willow Field nursing Home. Born june 3, 1898, in Delavan he married Kathryn Lowry on sept 8, 1923, in Delavan. He was a mail Carrier for the Delavan Post office for 42 years retiring in 1963 he also served As 2nd Ward Alderman on the Delavan City Council for 16 years and was a supervisor on the Walworth county Board for eight years he was a former member of the Lions club and a member of the elks club survivors include his wife three sons or. Lawrence Davis of Oconomowoc James of Arlington Heights ii and or. Claude Davis of eau Claire two daughters Barbara Shreves of Delavan and Kathryn Davis of Sterling a. 15 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Services will be at la . Tuesday in Monroe funeral Home Delavan with burial in Spring Grove cemetery. Visitation will be from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 today at the funeral Home. Memorials May be made to the Delavan Community Center elks club Lodge or the Delavan Little league baseball program Norman w. Meyer Beloit Norman Vav Meyer 74, of 1811 Congress died sunday in Beloit memorial Hospital. Born july 7, 1908, in Hayton he married Dolores Vanwagner on Jan. 17, 1934, in Waukegan 111. A resident of Beloit since 1941, Meyer was a former resident of new Holstein. He had been employed 32 years As a Metal pattern maker by Fairbanks Morse co. Meyer was a member of Fairbanks Quarter Century club redeemer evangelical covenant Church in which he served As Secretary morning Star Lodge no. Iof amp am Oes no. 77 and Caritas of which he was vice president during world War la he was a member of Wisconsin guards. Surviving Are his wife two daughters mrs. Marilyn Shockley of Beloit and mrs. Maxine Hopper of Rockton 111. Six grandchildren and a brother Walter Meyer of Seattle Wash. Services will be at 2 . Thursday in redeemer evangelical covenant Church with burial in Floral lawns cemetery South Beloit 111. Visitation will be from 7 to 9 wednesday at Rosman Uehling Kinzer Cranston Road Chapel where masonic rites will be conducted at 7 p in. Dale w. Vandoren Elkhorn Dale Vav Vandoren 66, of to e. Jefferson died sunday in Lakeland Hospital Elkhorn. Born oct. 19, 1916, in Birnamwood he married Belle Franklin on Jan 17, 1938, in Eland an Elkhorn resident since 1948, Vandoren had been employed As an automobile Salesman by Royce sales and service retiring in october 1981. A musician he was a member of the american federation of musicians. He also was a member of the master salesmen club and congregational United Church of Christ. Surviving Are his wife two daughters Jordan of Green Lake and Lynne wills of Marathon Fla. Four grandchildren a great grandchild a sister mrs. Verle John and a brother Dean both of Minocqua after cremation a memorial service will be performed at la . Tuesday in the congregational United Church of Christ. There will be no visitation Betts Derksen funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Memorials May be made to the Church. Mrs. Fay costello Williams Bay mrs. Fay costello 50, of Oak Hill Road died sunday in Lakeland Hospital Elkhorn. Arrangements Are pending at Steinke funeral Home Lake Geneva. Reagan Abandons base plan trying to save my missile Washington apr president Reagan has All but formally abandoned the a dense pack Basing plan for the my missile As he fights to win congressional approval to build the first of the new nuclear weapons. White House and Pentagon officials met with Senate Republican officials to try to come up with a Compromise and head off a vote against buying the missile when the Senate takes up the defense spending Bill today. The House last week voted Down 245-176, Reagan a proposal to spend $988 million to buy five of the giant weapons Reagan has named the but the House left nearly $2.5 billion in the measure to study the missile that is Central to Reagan a plan to modernize americans nuclear forces. House members made Clear they did no to like dense pack which would Bunch the missiles in a 20-mile-Square area near Cheyenne wyo., on the theory that incoming soviet missiles would Knock each other out. Dense pack also has numerous Senate critics who say they have the votes to defeat the procurement Money. But Reagan seeking a Compromise last Friday urged production approval and said he was willing to look at other Basing plans. A next year As we have More time i d Welcome a vigorous debate on the Best Way to base the missile a the president during a Brief Oval office news conference. A if the Congress wants to debate and discuss and see if there Are possible other options that could conceivably be improvements Over this we re willing for a a there a plenty of time to decided on a Basing plan Reagan said in his weekly radio broadcast saturday. A what we need now is a Clear positive vote on the missile itself to go Forward on production of the the president says the missile is needed to make the soviets bargain for arms control. Reagan Scase for dense pack was damaged last week when Gen. John w. Vessey jr., chairman of the joint chiefs of staff revealed that three of the five chiefs opposed the plan because of technical disagreements. Air Carrier May offer $79 fare for Florida new York flights Miami apr air Florida will announce on monday a $79 one Way fare Between Florida and five cities in the Northeast the Miami Herald reported sunday. The new fare undercuts by $20 the rates now charged by competing carriers like Eastern airlines and pan markets noon stocks prices provided by Blunt Ellis Loewi co., inc. Janesville member new York Stock Exchange Dow Jones averages industrials.1021.42 2 66 transportation. 441.32 2.40 utilities. 117.84 a .32 Stock quotations amt4t. 607� to Beth St. 17 /4 Caterpillar. 377% Chrysler. 147% combed. 25 Dana corp. 32 Dupont. 37 East Kodak. 907% Exxon. 29 /4 Ford motor. 337% Gen electric. 94 /4 Gen motors. 58 greyhound. 177% Gulf Oil. 297% int bus Mach. 947% Kmart. 23 Parker pen. 147% j c. Penney. 497k Polaroid. 24 Ria. 237% regal Beloit. La Sears. 287% St Oill no. 427k Texaco. 31 Thomas industries. 177k u s steel. 19 Westinghouse. 37vk Wicor. 187k wis electric Power. 217% wis pal. 227% Woolworth. 24 Zenith. 147% Over the counter Banc wis. 9 to Madg Asielen. 18 ask Warner electric. 14 147k Wolohan lumber. 87k 7 american world airways. The new rate would be available Between Miami fort Lauderdale or West Palm Beach and new York Washington Philadelphia Boston or Burlington vt., the newspaper reported. The tickets will be placed on Sale this week through dec. 19 and would be Good for travel Only Between Jan. To and feb. 6 a generally considered a slow travel period the Herald said. Air Florida spokeswoman Robin Cohn confirmed details of the ticket promotion sunday. A we want to make it Clear that we will be the Low fare Carrier in these markets a is. Cohn said. Air Florida a two largest competitors Eastern and pan am said sunday they probably would match air Florida a new fare. Missouri declared Hurbert Briggs Albany Hurbert Briggs 74, of Mosinee a former Albany resident died Friday in Wausau memorial Hospital. Born Jan. 13,1908, in England he arrived in the United states in 1911. On nov. 3, 1952, he married Wilma Dum John. She died on july 14,1975. Briggs was a longtime Farmer. Retiring in 1976, he moved to Mosinee. Surviving Are four daughters mrs. Janna tread Gall of Beloit mrs. Jane Wenger of Monroe mrs. Shelby Truitt of Dover del., and mrs. Nancy Briggs of Mosinee a son Norman of Wausau several grandchildren six Brothers. John sr., Archie Albert and Charles All of Albany Victor of Seattle was hand William of Chetek and a sister mrs. Mary Thill of Monticello. Services will be at 1 30 . Tuesday in Gohlke a Sharer funeral Home with burial in Gap cemetery. Friends May Call from 7 to 9 . Today at the funeral Home. Clayton h. Royce Beloit Clayton h. Royce 65, route 4, Madison Road died sunday in Beloit memorial Hospital after a Short illness. He was born in Newark township on june 17,1917, and married Gladys Noss on july 3,1935, in Rockford 111. A foundry Foreman at Beloit corp for 20 years he later retired from Jan Isch construction Janesville. He was a member of West Side gun club. Survivors include his wife three sons Douglas and Keith of South Beloit 111., and Richard of fort Dix . Two daughters mrs. Janice Kelley of Roscoe 111., and mrs. Judy Clossey of Rural Beloit two Brothers Elmer of Beloit and George of Phelps two Sisters mrs. Paul Grossenbacher of Beloit and mrs. Hazel Garecht of Janesville to grandchildren and a great granddaughter. Services will be 1 30 . Wednesday in Luther Valley Church with burial in East Lawn cemetery. Friends May Call from 7 to 9 . Tuesday St two Omer Silverthorn funeral Home Orfordville. A memorial will be established for a wildlife fund. J. Paul Green Milton a. Paul Green 81, of 24 w. Elizabeth was pronounced dead on arrival at mercy Hospital saturday afternoon after an apparent heart attack. Born april 19, 1901, in Farina 111., he married Elizabeth Johnson in 1928. A 1926 graduate of Milton College Green took graduate studies in agriculture at the University of Wisconsin and Cornell University. He formerly taught vocational agriculture in new York state schools. He also had been employed six years As a veterans administration instructor in farming methods and eight years by the department of agriculture As a Fieldman working with ask programs and had taught at various Levels in the Milton school system until retiring in 1968. Since retiring Green started subdivisions in Milton which eventually grew to More than 200 lots. He was a member of the Milton seventh Day Baptist Church and kiwanis Milton Junction cemetery association and Milton Grange. Surviving Are his wife two daughters Helen Ruth of Deruyter ny., and Georgia Colflesh of Sedalia to. Two sons. Paul and Frank both of Milton seven grandchildren a great grandson four Brothers Ralph of Milton Maurice of Stronghurst 111., George of Monticello 111., and Clark of Altamont 111. And three Sisters sue Maxson of Milton Marian Lewis of Riverside Calif., and Mildred Harwood of Granville n y. A memorial service will be performed at 4 30 . Sunday dec. 19, in Milton seventh Day Baptist Church where friends May Call from 3 . Until time of service. Memorials May be made to the seventh Day Baptist ministerial training scholarship fund. funeral directors inc. Neat Schneider William Schneider Daniel Schneider 1800 e. Racine St. 754 4444 7k 7% a a /4 7% 7% a a 17% /4 7% a a a a i a a a 7% disaster area Washington a president Reagan has declared a major disaster in Missouri As a result of widespread flooding tornadoes and severe storms. The declaration Means Federal Money can be used to help in the cleanup and recovery efforts in designated areas. We rent almost everything 756-3679 Dick Tim Dicks rent All 770 s main we recommend Fairview for your Garden needs dear friends for emergencies each of us should have a list of important information about ourselves to include full name address social Security number armed forces serial number birth Date and place blood Type employment location of important documents name and address of All persons and organizations to be notified of your death your funeral rearrangements or preferences stipulated donations of eyes or body organs. Your next of Kin should know of this record. Respectfully Robert a. Albrecht Albrecht funeral Home 2215 Holiday drive 755-1166 Leslie g. Schulz Beloit Leslie g. Schulz 52, of 1242 Vine died saturday at Home. He was born on oct. 7,1930, in Janesville. A longtime Beloit resident Schulz was employed 22 years by Beloit Power systems. He was an army Veteran. Surviving Are two daughters Teresa Sather of Beloit and mrs. Vicki Olson of Janesville four grandchildren a sister mrs. Malinda Polglaze of Beloit and two Brothers Raymond of Beloit and Richard of Clinton services will be at i . Wednesday in Rosman Uehling Kinzer Cranston Road Chapel with burial in Floral lawns cemetery South Beloit 111. Visitation will be from 7 to 9 . Tuesday at the funeral Home. Laverne l. Voeltz Jefferson Laverne l. Voeltz 76, of 1130 w. Racine Road died sunday night in fort Atkinson memorial Hospital. He was born in the town of Farmington sept. 9, 1906. He married Cecelia Seeber Here on March 23. 1927. In 1936 Voeltz started the Voeltz garage and implement co. Surviving Are his wife a son Richard of Jefferson two grandchildren and a sister mrs. Linnie Gottschalk of fort Atkinson. Services will be at i . Wednesday in Minshall Olsen funeral Home with burial in St. Johns Catholic cemetery. Friends May Call after 2 . Tuesday until time of service. Lame Duck session accomplishing Little Washington apr after two weeks legislators have done Little of the work planned for their lame Duck session and Capitol Hill leaders Are All but abandoning Hope of adjourning the 97th Congress on schedule Friday. In the Senate leaders Are trying to choke off a filibuster preventing consideration of president Reagan a proposed Nickel a gallon hike in the Federal gasoline tax to finance Highway Bridge and mass transit repair will leave the bulk of the Federal governments agencies and programs without Money. A a in a still planning to be out on the 17th, but senators should be on notice it May be difficult to do that a Baker told his colleagues As the Senate recessed for the weekend. Cyanide poisoning a vote on a move by Senate majority victim improving Leader Howard h. Baker jr., r-tenn., to break the filibuster and take up the measure was scheduled for this afternoon. On a 79-10 vote last week conservative republicans opposing the tax increase lost an attempt to postpone debate until next year. The tax hike will pass in the Senate predicted Senate finance committee chairman Bob Dole a Kan. A it May not be until new years eve but it will pass a he said sunday on lbs news a face the meanwhile the House will be taking up a Stopgap spending Bill that includes a $5.4 billion democratic package of help for the nations unemployed As Well As a Chance for members of Congress to raise their salaries. Republicans say the president will veto the Bill if it reaches his desk in its present form. Technically failure to pass a Stopgap spending Bill by Midnight Friday san Jose Calif. A a 30-year-old woman who nearly died after taking a cyanide laced anacin-3 capsule is a steadily improving and Likely will go Home later today a Hospital official said. The seizure Susan Bowen suffered nov. 26 after taking a maximum strength anacin-3 capsule left her with some brain Stem damage. But she is now a speaking a Little More clearly and swallowing with a Little More ease a Lee Daugherty nursing supervisor at Good Samaritan Hospital said. Meanwhile police reported no leads in a Case they Are treating As an attempted murder. Investigators were a collecting evidence and doing interviews with mrs. Bowens acquaintances and drugstore workers in Hopes of learning who contaminated several capsules in her bottle of anacin-3, said it. Bud Bye. Ass a Wmma acs Many Christmas specials in every department Iii valuable Coupon in i a i Ivy valuable Coupon in Staple <3 food i Basic die. For Troper i Sutra Fin Staple food tropical fish diet i of. Reg. $1.99 99 Iii St la with this Coupon and any Purchase. Limit 2. 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