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Delphos Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 31, 1963, Delphos, Ohio The nation new York James m. Landis former Dean the Harvard Law school and special adviser to president Kennedy was sentenced Friday in Federal court to 90 Days in prison for a a unlawfully wilfully and knowingly failing to file and pay income taxes time. Landis attorney William Warren said Landis had come to court from a neurological institution where he had voluntarily committed himself for the past several Days. The judge said Landis must have medical attention and hospitalization and spoke Landis a a Long record psychiatric treatment. A but i can to let you go without the imposition some Small sentence a the judge said. A a i must give you some time a not for punishment but to give you an Opportunity for Strong Public Appeal Friday for the Senate to restore House cuts in his foreign Aid program and said americans must realize that a a Freedom does not come cheaply Kennedy warned Congress and the nation that unless the billion Dollar cuts Are restored . Commitments from South America to Southeast Asia will be seriously endangered. Washington a the air Force expects to have the first test Model the controversial tfx fighter plane ready to Fly by beginning 1066. Air Force Secretary Eugene m. Zuckert said the first 700 production models the plane probably would Cost $7 billion. Hyannis port mass. A president Kennedy made a Washington sen. Harry f. Byrd d-va., said that Federal payroll costs reached an All time Hist $16.3 billion during fiscal 1063. The world London ii his Cal girl Christine Keeler was shaken up Friday night when a car in which she was Riding collided with another automobile. Alfred Bloomfield 28, the Driver the Cai in which miss Keeler was a passenger was taken to West Middlesex Hospital and released after treatment for minor injures. Madrid today his european tour. A a i never drank i never smoked and i never went with women until i was 14 years old a he told a Spanish reporter who asked him for the key to a Long life. Meriwether is a widower who outlived his three children. Geneva Ipi a the american Hod Cross announced today it is donating $80,000 to Aid victims the Skopje Yugoslavia earthquake. Earlier the organization sent $102,360 in Cash drugs clothing and food supplies to the City. Madrid Spain Ipi a Les monism Teof Huw Arshid to. Louis mo., resident visited Ljubljana Yugoslavia Ipi a soviet Premier Nikita s. Khrushchev and president Tito Yugoslavia apparently still have major differences despite twin statements Harmony issued by them Veteran Western observers said today. Both communist readers appear to agree the same things but in significantly different degrees fee observers said. The state Columbus a three former state liquor examiners fired by state auditor Roger w. Tracy have been re hired a state spokes Man said Friday. Examiners j. A. Clark Beallsville Lloyd t. Lindsay Zanesville and Adrain r. Robinson Dennison were charged with inefficiency by Tracy for failing to uncover a discrepancy in Supply and receipts at a package store in Dillonvale. The state personnel Board review cleared the three who were employed under gov. James a. Rhodes during his terms As state auditor and ordered them reinstated. He had answered any want ads in the newspaper. A Check advertisers showed Ream had been hired by one them. Columbus a . Howard h. Peppel has resigned As superintendent Hawthornden state Hospital at Macedonia near Akron state mental Hygiene director Martin a. Janis said today. Janis said he and Peppel had agreed the superintendent a a would offer his resignation and we would accept it because we Felt it would be to our respective Mutual Defiance a Richard Lee Ream 32, answered an advertisement in a newspaper and the Fri arrested him for flight to avoid prosecution an Idaho warrant charging him with obtaining Money under false pretences. E. E. Hargett special agent in charge the Cleveland office said Friday agents knew Ream was a native Hancock county and might return to the area to seek employment in his known Trade carpentry. They checked with the Defiance Crescent a news to see if Columbus a eighty per cent a Bank Sloan to an approved Ohio state University student will be guaranteed under a program announced today by the Ohio state University student loan foundation. The yearly loan maximum to freshmen will be $500, to sophomores and juniors $750 and to seniors and graduate students $1,000. Total maximum will be $5,000 at an interest rate 5% per cent. We enjoy working for your interest the commercial Bank Delphos member f. D. L c. Jayton a preliminary hearing for former new York electronics company executive Emmanuel m. Siegel 57, charged by the Fri Here with attempting to bribe an air Force civilian employee to obtain a $0.5 million contract for his firm was rescheduled thursday for sept. 13. He was charged with attempting to bribe Charles Lopez chief the electronics division at Wright Patterson air Force base Here and in charge awarding the contract. Siegel was fired from his Job following his arrest. Club Bland some 30,530 Ford motor company employees in Ohio Are to receive wage increases totalling More than $4 million Over the next 12 months. Beginning sunday hourly employees will receive six cents an hour More 2va per cent base wage rates whichever is greater. Salaried workers will get $6.30 More per month 1h per cent the base rate whichever is More. Delpho Erald Price seven cents Delphos. Ohio Telephone 692-5050 saturday. August 31, 1963 8 pages vol. 94 no. 67 the Herald % spotlight. Leonard m. Beckmann owner Beckmann a store. Or. Beckmann with the exception his years in service has worked in Tho store Ever since his graduation from High school. A native Delphos he attended Grade school at St. Johns and went to Campion Prairie do Chiene wis., to High school. He was graduated in 1939. He began to work for his father the late Mark Beckmann at the time the store was known As Jettinghoff and Beckmann. The business was opened in 19$$ by Mark Beckmann his brother Andrew and Joseph Jettinghoff. In 1942, . Beckmann entered the army air corps. He was a navigator and was stationed with the 15th air Force in cer Ignola Italy for eight months and eight Days. His most memorable Mission came his 35th and last Mission. A a we were a run Over Munich a he recalls. A a our bomb Bay was hit by flak before we had dropped our bombs and it was almost a Miracle that the bombs weren to hit. As it was All our communications except for our inter com were knocked out and we considered ourselves very Lucky when we got Back to our base and landed As Lead navigator with the 455th bomb Wing . Beckmann received the distinguished flying Cross. In addition to his 35 missions he flew in More than 60 sorties. Various missions took him Over Austria Czechoslovakia Yugoslavia and Greece. He spent the Christmas 1944 in Rome and that trip was literally a Christmas present. He and other Crew members were talking about what they would like to have for Christmas upon one occasion and . Beckmann said he would like a trip to Rome. A a we were just batting the Breeze a he says a a bul the communications officer was there and he remembered it. When Christmas came around the officer came to me and said a do you still want a trip to Rome for Christmas i told him i did and he said a Well get packed. That a exactly where you re a . Beckmann was separated from service As a first lieutenant in june 1945 at Camp Sheridan 111. He returned to the store and he was married to the former Betty Kaverman Delphos in november the same year. The ceremony was performed by the late msgr. Carl f. Reineck in St. Johns Catholic Church. The Beckmann have five children Robert 16 Joan 14 George 12 Donald to and Philip 7 his favorite phase the work in the store is Selling floor covering and he has at different times received specialised training at the Cong oleum Narin factory in Kamey n. J., and the Bigelow Sanford factory in Thompsonville Conn. When Token about his philosophy he an a i Toto to toil Quality. It Tony West a Kule More. But to fee Tong run it in Worth it and the me Tamer is always happier with its style and the Toay a in addition to floor covering Beckmann a has a full line furniture draperies and decorative accessories. The firm makes suggestions in decoration St various times but . Beckmann says a a the customers taste is the important thing. He will always be better satisfied if he makes the final decision with a minimum in the past two years a number changes have been carried out in the store. A new front was constructed two years ago the Interior the store was completely redecorated last year and a new sign is in process being installed. Or. Beckmann is a former member the Delphos Junior chamber Commerce and is a member Delphos Council knights Columbus. His hobbies include working in the Yard and woodworking. He recently built some new cupboards in his Home. He also follows the Delphos football and basketball teams and in professional sports he is a fan the Cleveland Browns sad the Cincinnati Rada. By James Buchholtz Delphos Kiwas gives safety Gates to City Delphos kiwanis club has built and is giving the City 20 safety control Gates it was announced today by Gene Hayes president. Eight have been installed at each the City a elementary schools. They have been erected at Pierce and fifth fifth and Franklin and second and Pierce streets. They Are wooden striped bars which can awing Back to Block the sidewalk when the traffic lights Are red facing children going to school and out across the streets to halt traffic when the children walking to school have the Green Light. Most the material was donated and the work was supervised by Mike Rahrig. All will be in use when school opens next week. These St St. Johns school will be manned by a student safety Council. Or. Hayes said it is not definite who will Man the Gates at Franklin school. A 7v a Quot a in. Kennedy to name Neutral men to rail dispute Board Drill May reach third Miner s location today Washington up president Kennedy today took the unwanted Job naming three Neutral a a middlemen to an arbitration Board that will decide the key issues in the four year old Railroad work Rule dispute. The problem was tossed Back to the White House Friday when rail Union and management failed to agree selection the Neutral members for the Board. Under the terms the rail legislation passed by Congress last wednesday the president was to pick the three members if the unions and management deadlocked Over the Issue. One the middlemen chosen by the president will act As chairman the seven Man arbitration Board. The Union management impasse came As no Surprise. Government officials already were considering possible appointees when Union and management officials announced deluge Money hits wis. Town Dodgeville wis. Up when the postman rings twice in this Iowa county Community it has the sound a Cash Register. A mysterious deluge Money has hit this Small town and its not pennies from heaven. The Money is in $20 Bills hundreds dollars in $20 Bills All from an unkown Benefactor. At least 25 persons have shared in the Windfall to Date. It started last tuesday. Mrs. Mina Bishop widow in her 70�?Ts who lives alone lifted an envelope from her Mailbox and saw her name and address neatly printed in Ink. Inside were five $20 Bills wrapped in lined Tablet paper. There was no message. No return address. Only a postmark aug. 26, Dodgeville. An elderly woman who insisted remaining unidentified showed fright at the contents her envelope which also contained $100 in $20 Bills. She gave it to her son and asked him to Check with a lawyer. The attorney advised banking the Money. A a in a afraid whoever sent the Money will come in the night and try to get it Back a she said. The majority recipients were elderly widows. Net All received $160. Some found Only one $30 Bill. A were deposited in a local collection Box according to the Post office. The mystery deepened when at least four the letters were addressed to deceased persons one them the late wife a methodist minister. Mrs. Herb Harris said the mysterious mindful is a the talk the a wherever you go people ask a we what did you get in the mall today a a mrs. Harris said pranksters Ira obviously getting into the Money giving mystery. She said she received a Nickel in an envelope thursday and other women reported receiving a Penny. The Iowa county sheriff mrs. Ray Reese said there in no action Pla Mied by her office. A it All appears perfectly Legal although we re mighty curious about who la behind this a said mrs. Reese. A most people Ere real Happy Over Friday they could not reach agreement. Among those mentioned As possible chairman were Milton s. Eisenhower president Johns Hopkins University Baltimore brother the former president. Others reported under consideration were Harvard president Nathan s. Pusey retired Federal judges e. Barrett Prettyman and Harold med a and former supreme court Justice Harold Burton. Also mentioned for possible appointment to the Board were James Healy Harvard business school professor and James j. Reynolds assistant labor Secretary. The railroads have chosen j. E. Wolfe who headed their negotiation team in the stalemated talks and Guy w. Knight vice president the Pennsylvania Railroad As their Board members. Sheppton a. Us a High Speed drills today were expected to finish reaming out a Rescue Holeto the presumed location missing Miner Louis Bova. A Volunteer May go Down to investigate. Bova 52, buried in an aug. 13 Cave in along with David Fellin and Henry throne has not been heard from a nce aug. 20. The other two were rescued Early last tuesday. A tense silence descended this Dusty Valley Friday and the men who have tirelessly probed the ground for Bova when h. Beecher Charmbury state Secretary mines reported that a television camera lowered into an escape Hole had picked up what seemed to be the form a Man. That silence lasted until late the representatives the five rail unions involved were expected to be h. E. Gilbert president tile firemen a Union and Ray Mcdonald vice president fee trainmen a brotherhood. In the Day when Charmbury r a eur Todd Retro t Tow Totor a conference with Andy Debrito who had been lowered into the Hole to investigate. Charmbury reported to a crowd More than 1000. Slat troopers stand guard at a. Negro Homo Folcroft a. Up a reinforced state troopers Early today halted disorders by jeering Rock throwing crowd 500 Whites outside the Home the first negro family to move into the neighbourhood. The angry crowd gathered in front the Home Horace Baker a chemist and his wife Sara a nurse who moved into the previously All White nigh to show a a miners hat heed shoulders arms legs and boots. The body appeared to be in a sitting position against a Hope i revived the picture had been taken in the 305 feet deep Hole through which Fellin and throne were rescued and though they reported no communication with Bova since aug. 20, it was believed the third Man might have crawled into the chamber after their escape. When Bovais Brothers Daniel and John saw the image and reported a ifs possible ifs possible a excitement mounted at the lonely mine Here. Shortly the number spectators began to grow. More television pictures were to be attempted today and the drilling continued unabated a i tot Fem Louis Bova Weto privately considered slim by almost All observers. Boyhood under escort Friday. At least four ported arrested conduct charges. A state police men were re disorderly Concrete plug a it was a Concrete plug along with a piece rope. It could easily give the appearance a body. We Are very proud that we have men like Andy who Are willing to go Down there and look Debrito walked off and the drills which had been silent All Day suddenly went into operation again filling the night with the whining that meant Louis Bova alive dead still was to be located deep in the Earth. When Charmbury first saw the television image he had reported excitedly that it seemed Gerald Koenig Venedocia mayor Dies Gerald Koenig 57, mayor Venedocia was dead arrival at memorial Hospital in Lima at 11 15 p. In. Thursday. Or. Koenig had been ailing for several months. His death resulted from a heart attack. In addition to being mayor Venedocia . Koenig was co owner the electro polishing co. Inc., at Venedocia. He was born in Spencerville March 27, 1906, to Theodore and Laura Eisley Koenig both whom Are surviving. On dec. 25, 1924, he was mar to Amy Kraft who also survives. Other survivors besides his widow and parents include three sons Don c. Koenig lit. 4, Cridersville James Koenig Spencerville and ted Koenig Delphos two daughters mrs. William Geraldine Miller St. Marys o., and mrs. Max Janet Evans Spencerville 13 grandchildren and two Brothers Sam and John Koenig both Spencerville. He was a member the Salem presbyterian Church at Venedocia a charter member the Venedocia Lions club and a member the Spencerville Black cat club. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. In. Monday in the Salem presbyterian Church with the Rev. James g. Patterson officiating. Burial will Cervine cemetery be in spell the remains Are at the c. B. Miller and son funeral Home in Spencerville where friends May Call after 2 p. In. Today. The body will be removed to the Church in Venedocia at noon monday to await the 2 clock services. Jao Ksor twp. To get $2,072 in Cooty Finis Van Wert county a Semi annual report the distribution funds to Jackson township came before trustees tuesday evening. In a financial statement county auditor Don Myers told trustees a net $2,072.07 will be apportioned to the township. Of the Money received $354.71 will go to the general fund $286.26 to the fire fund and $1,431.13 will be used for Road and Bridge maintenance. According to clerk John m. Ferris the county acquires Money from township taxes and distributes it to the township. Trustees decided to accept $800 in county Aid for Road repair. Under a recent county Road improvement program each township has been offered this amount. Clerk Ferris said most the Money would be used for the construction a new Road it. 175 from Needmore Corner to the Paulding county line. Jackson trustee Wayne Foster turn to Page 4 new relations a Howard Jenkins jr., Al Denver right sworn in As the first negro member Al fee National later bait Bons Beard by supreme court jul Oak Arthur Goldberg. Is to t former Law profess a and a specialist in Tbs Field Al later administration

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