Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 29, 1957 · Page 12
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August 29, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 12

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Beck Indicted 12 Second Time Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa \ f !l^ mamm ^ m 1 Thursday, Au«. 29, 1957 TOmier 10 WO ! two witnesses appeared before the ! 16 men and 5 women, including • JPHI A*"* • man y Teamster officials, Beck I fl ''^FOX V* fl S © ' ,Ir " the sheffermans and Gessert Federal Judge John C. Bowen Wash. :i*-A second ; se L^ 12 as the date for ar mSti^lofiWdictment charging eva t UACOMA, W. tiglq fiWdictr ol income taxes—this time lot&ling $184,000—faced Dave Beck Thursday while his son and four others are accused of aiding him to conceal his earnings. jraignment of the six men. Persons close to the court said it is likely the case will be tried early next year. Attorney Faces & , . » AJ-Out Effort PenitentiaryTermjDu//eS / Smothers Saysg , u . CRESCO (fl-George Mikcsh, 44, t jWT ^i FUJI VIU J former Cresco attorney and now j BV JACK BFLL of Hopkins, Minn., Thursday faced \ WASHINGTON Uft-Sen. Smatha five-year penitentiary sentence, ers (D . Fla) said )oday Democrats for larceny. ) are g 0 j n g to run against Secretary ; „ ,c„, , District Judge G. B. Brichter i of State Dulles in next year's bat- Belief was expressed the charg- 1 sentenced Mikesh Wednesday aft- 1 tie for control of Congress. ! es returned against Beck Sr.ler the disbarred attorney pleaded; Smathers, who heads the Demo I Wednesday will be consolidated The seven-count charge cover-. with the May 2 indictment for sling the years 1951-53 was returned: mu i tane ou S trial. here Wednesday by a federal! grand jury and quickly denied in'-. . , i i Los Angeles by the head of the; I flO trOITI Mantling Teamsters Union. It culminated a Q n Vacation With 4^-week investigation by the jur- » . D I *, • ors who indicted Beck May 2 on Colorado Relatives charges of evading $56,000 in taxes guilty. Mikesh was accused of convert- Walter J. Kohler, a former governor, who ran as a strong supporter of President Eisenhower. Legitimate Target ' "The Republicans ran against Dean Acheson when he was secretary of state," Smathers said. "Secretary Dulles represents this administration's uncertain foreign cratic senatorial campaign committee, said he is convinced criti- ine to his own use a check given cism ° f the Elsenhower adminis- j policies and The" is aTeguimaTe tar- Wm in %4 by Landen CorWn of i l ral « on « fore r Policies _ helped! gel for attack in the campaign." near' Chester• lo he Xl .ered to I ^St KiT, ™' Smathers s P oke in an inte ™ ew Mrs, Bertha Larson of Austin, an »P set victory in Tuesday s spe- : ag Proxmire waited to be sworn cial Senate election in Wisconsin. ' Proxmire defeated Republican Minn. The check was payment in a land transaction. (Tim*. Herald Nr«s Service) MANNING -Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Antonia in 1950. Others. Named Named in the indictment were! HerD Kunl and his son Dave Jr.; Fred Verschuer- en Sr., an auditor for the International Teamsters Union; Nathan Shefferman, a Chicago labor re lations son. Shelton sert, a Teamsters Union organizer; an overnight guest of his parents, j J " . . _ k . „ , who is a cousin of Mrs. Beck Sr. I Mr. and Mrs. D. R. McGrath, on | {'"I year in school: Diane Becker, ... . . v. . .. I ,J j'„ Steven Bennier, Wayne Bueltel. All of the latter, the jury said. Monday \ Q { Ejch & £ n conspired to conceal Becks tax-; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Case attend- Eischeid, Dale Eischeid. William able income. ' ' ! — -' ' 1 in as the first Democratic senator elected from Wisconusin since 1932. Proxmire was elected to fill out the unexpired term of the late Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, a Republican. Proxmire flew into Washington „.._.._ A . . ., . i MANNING -The annual reun- i Wednesday night, expecting to be HALBUR - One hundred twenty , jon flf the Barte , s fam „ y W£JS he]( ,, sea ted in the Senate promptly. 121 Enrolled In Halbur School 62 Register at B arte Is Reunion (Time* Herald News Service) DES MOINES iflV-All 273 Iowa highway patrolmen plus 80 national guardsmen in jeeps will be used in an attempt to prevent the 10 highway deaths expected during the Labor Day weekend, Russell Brown, acting state safety j commissioner, said Thursday. j The full-scale prevention effort- will begin late Friday afternoon; and continue until midnight Mon-| day. ' Two Highway Patrol airplanes will be joined by two National \ Guard observation planes in aeri- [ al spotting of traffic violations, j Planes, patrol cars and jeeps will j be linked by radio communica -l tion. ' j Brown said the patrol will use I electric speed timers, especially j for enforcement of the 60 mile-; per-hour nighttime speed limit. Senate Republican Leader I Patrolmen will he grouped in Wiese are vacationing with relatives in Colorado. Mrs. Vergie Welch of D e s ,„,. u . ,„.,.„ ..„ „.., .. „ „. Moines spent four days with her j one•pupils were registered Monday , . the Manning Legion Hall Sun ., But . _ o , consultant; Shcfferman's 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Case. ; a St. Augustine s school. Regular .| d A 25 wUh Mr and Mrs : Knowland of California blocked; areas where accident and viola- 'lton; and Norman Ges -I Robert McGrath of Omaha was classes began Tuesday morning. ; E( j stuhr> Mr . and Mrs. Ed Hinz • th e , a «cmpt. saying the ceremony j tion experience has been heavy. no 1 The following pupils began their; gnd famn „ Mr and Mrs Ed Hin . would have to await receipt of of- .They also will be concentrated in rsi vpar in <whnnt- nianp RorUpr , ^ ^ nd Earl Singsank i ficial word frorn Wisconsin Gov.! the Des Moines vicinity to safe-; andfamily as hosts. Vernon \V. Thomson that the 41-'guard Stale Fair traffic. i i year-old Proxmire had been elect- i Brown said aerial spotters will' Sixty-two registered. A 2;30 din- ed . j watch particularly for illegal pass- «rf a f-atMilv rPiminn at ihp home I 7T ,T ,~7 ,, ' ~ 1 , ,\ j Z .• eu - ' watcn parucuiariy lor iuegai pass- of £r Tnd Mrs Michael WaWe «! ^„ V,ckr ? r .. " aU , S ."!! n ' »° m * \ ™, ^i^.,^ I"™™ ! This set off a loud argument be- i ing and stop sign violations on the ! Schelle, The jury accused Bet*, and his ! of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Walde- wife of declaring net income of j nar in Pisgah on Sunday. Others $49,944.83 for 1951 when it actual- attending were Mr. and Mrs. T.N. ly should have been $166,035.61. 1 VanNess. Dunlap; Mr. and Mrs. paying a tax of $18,692.62 instead I Ernest Waldemar, Woodbine; and of $100,301.39. i Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson, Mis- t In 1952, the Becks reported in- j souri Valley. come of $51,991.75 and paid a tax! Mr. an d Mrs. Warren Bartels, Wittrock of $22,202.22. The indictment saysj and family. Minneapolis; Mr. and the actual income was $169,211.21 j Mrs. Duane Bartels and family, and the tax should have been salt Lake City, Utah; and Lonny $110,670.24. 1 Rae Bartels, Arcadia, were week- The following year they paid! end guests 0 f Mr. and Mrs. Grov$30,005.72 on a declared income er Bartels of $63,730.31 when, the indictment! B ' , „ f Mr $44,415.71 on an income of $84,- Lake cily> fell while p i aying Su n- T r » da - v and tore severa l muscles in The aJS^Sadm-. w ^ " " ' two counts, charge all six defend- 1 sung - r 10 aays - Heinnchs. David Hinz. Donald : and afternoon movies. The group; tw een Knowland and Senate Dem-! open highways. He said patrolmen Huegerich. Lawrence Ko e n i g, j played games, and prizes were ; ocratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson, j probably will issue summonses \ Keith Leiting, Rease Picht, Peter i awarded Mr. and Mrs. Duane i Humphrey Agrees ! rather than warning tickets during Potthoff, Janet Riesberg, Linda | Bartels, Tom and Pam of Salt I Meanwhile, in a separate inter- the holiday period. Joan Schmitz, Patricia 1 Lake City received a prize for v j ew g en Humphrey iD-.Minni Sibenaller, Sandra Venner. Vickie < coming the farthest distance for i agreed with Smathers'that foreign PROMOTED IN GERMANY Vogl, LuAnn Williams, and Judith , the gathering. ; policy is likely to be one of the: U. S. FORCES, Germany-Ron- Those attending, in addition to prime political issues in 1958. j aid C. Wolfe, son of Mr. and Mrs. the above, were Emma a n d i think there are three fronts, Karl T. Wolfe, Scranton, la., re- George Bartels. Omaha; Mr. and ; on which we ought to hit the Re-. cently was promoted to specialist; Mrs. O. E. Junger, Waterloo; Mr. j publicans hard — foreign policy i second class in Germany where he i and Mrs. Grover Bartels, Mr. and ! failures, their lack of a farm pro- 1 is a member of the 10th Division, i School Of De W itt 1 Mrs - Henr v Battels, Mr.-and Mrs. 'j 8 ram and their tight money policy ; Specialist Wolfe is assisgned to; John McCiallan and Ala. Mr. and | lnal is pinching the small business i Company C of the division's 10th man, the laboring man and the! Infantry. He entered the army ini| farmer," Humphrey said. j January, 1955. and arrived in Eu -S Proxmire, in an airport news' rope in July of that year. Wolfe is conference here Wednesday night,! a 1953 graduate of Scranton Con- said "I campaigned strictly on the • solidated High School. Democratic record in Congress. So j Mrs. Alice Heman To Teach Parochial (Tinim Hemid .\>»* service) I Mrs. Ed Bartels and Robbie, Mr. DEDHAM - Mr. and Mrs. Rob- 1 and Mrs. Jobe McClellan, John ert Salsbrenner of Cedar Rapids ; and Jobe, Denison; Timmy Far- were overnight guests Wednesday i rell, Jefferson; Mrs. Lena Droeg- in the home of Mrs. Alice Heman. i miller, Cherokee; Mr. and Mrs. ! On Thursday Mrs. Heman accom-1 Harvey Droegmiller. Veryl, Harants concealed and misrepresent-! Mr - and Mrs, .Frank Joens ofjp an j ed the Salsbrenners to their old and Janet. Holstein: Mr. and! ™.v success was both a rejection of As to the size of the government ed Beck's actual income. j Dunlap were Sunday guests of Mr. j home. From there they went to \ Mrs. Warren Bartels, Kathy and j the Eisenhower administration and bonds you buy, the bigger the bet- Maximum penalty for income' and Mrs - Henry Dethlefs. Cedar* Rapids to visit relatives; Greg, Minneapolis, Minn.; Karen ! an affirmation of the Democratic ter to batter the future. George Alspach of Payette, Ida., I an d on to DeWitt where Mrs. He-! Mock. Joe Vetro, Jerry and Mor- 1 program." tax evasion and for conspiracy is five years in prison and a $10,000 fine for each count. In addition to the income tax evasion charges,. Beck and his son have been indicted by a King County (Seattle* grand jury on gtand larceny charges. They are acussed of selling union-osvned automobiles and keeping the money. Beck did not testify during the federal grand jury investigation which just concluded. Seventy- POTATO CHIPS is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Campbell. Mrs. Lora .Krumland of Byron, Calif., and Mrs. Anna Bradford of Niles, Calif., are guests of their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. F. Hansen. Girl in Coma 40 Days Returns Home DAVENPORT W-Joleen Nichols, 5, was home Thursday but with no recollection of an accident that put her in a coma for 40 days. Joleen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Nichols of LeClaire, was struck by a car in front of her house last June 14. The youngster was released from a Davenport hospital Wednesday. The child must learn to walk again—a process that will start in about a week, her mother said. She wears braces on her legs. She still must return to the hospital in two weeks to undergo oral surgery to repair injuries to her mouth and teeth. man made reservations for a! rie Peers, Omaha; Mr. and Mrs.! Smathers said he agrees with room. She will teach 4th and 5th ! Don Maasen and family, Fred' Proxmire's estimate that the degrades this year in St. Joseph pa- i Maasen, Christine Mess and Lon- j feat of Kohler represented a pro- rochial school. On her way home j ny Rae Bartels, Arcadia. j test against Eisenhower and his she stopped at Ames where she i The Fred Maasen family will! policies. visited in the home of Mr. and i be hosts at the picnic next year, j "1 don't think there is any ques- Mrs. Tom Kieffer and Mary Jo. tion Eisenhower's popularity as . , , n • \kj i president is diminishing rapidly," Ronald Von Bon of Great Lakes, i ClOUS DUnZ to Work ! Smathers said. "He is still pert '.i &M,'^ 1" U.S. Potent OHic*]^^^^ Mrs. John Von Bon. crime* H««id .\>w» srrviee) ; president." Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Heman) MANNING — Claus Bunz is Proxmire plans to run next year and baby of Castana were week- j leaving this week for Washington, for a full six-year term. His will end visitors in the home of Mr. I D. C. where he will work in the be one of 12 Democratic Senate and Mrs. Henry Heman and fam- j U. S. Patent Office. He also plans I seats at stake, along with 20 Re-, ily. i to get a law degree. I publican seats. ' MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating— Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Agents for North American Van Lines, Inc. Save at Waters FRIDAY - SATURDAY BARGAINS Triple Roll Anklets 3 P . ir , $1.00 Ladies Sizes 9V2 to 11. Plaid Cotton Sheet- Blankets Salt $1.19 Children's Boxer Longies s... $1.00 FOR PAJAMAS, NIGHTIES Printed Outing Flannel 36 Inch** Wida Yard* $1.00 Children's Tee Shirts 6 Months to 8 Years Sal*. $1.00 24x36 Inch Colorful Rag Rugs Sal* $1.98 Net Dish Cloths Ladies' Nylon Hose 10 f „ 79e Salt 69c (if %\ y' Chenille Bedspreads Full or Twin Sixt ^$6.66 5 Ptr Ctnt Wool Plaid Double Blanket Sa „ $3.95 Ladies' Bra Salt 69c Children's Winter Hots,., $1.00 WATERS L. 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