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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - January 26, 1958, Atchison, Kansas Munison aun aay i one. Sunday. January 1958 father Paul Berens Dies the Rev. Paid Berens 68, died last night at St. Benedict s Abbey after being ill for some time. Funeral services will be con ducted at a. M. Tuesday a the new Abbey Church when a pontifical High mass will be celebrated. Burial will be in the Abbey cemetery. Father Paul had been pastor o St. Ann s Church Effingham from 1921 to 1925 and from to 1947 among other assignments he also served As pastor of St. Bed Parish Kelly Kas., from 1925-to 1342, and from 1950 to 1955 As chaplain at our lady of perpetual help Hospital Falls City. He was born at Victoria Kas. Jan. 3, 1890, and came to Atchison i in 1903 to be educated by the Benedictines. He completed his High school ironing at St. Bene dict s. Atchison. And was awarded a Bachelor of philosophy degree in 9i a St. John s University colleges lie Minn. He studied theology at St. John s from 1911 to 1913 and the following two years at the St. Benedict s Abbey school of theology. On december 15, 1915, he was ordained a priest by Bishop John Ward of the old Leavenworth diocese. Father Paul. Had become Benedictine Monk july 2, 1909, Al the age of 19, following a year of novitiate training at St. Vincent s arc habby Latrobe a. Three years later he made his solemn or lifetime vows As a Monk. In his first three years As a priest he served As infirm Arian of the Abbey and St. Benedict s col lege and taught German latin and physiology. From 1919 to 1921 he served As an assistant pastor a its. Peter and Paul Parish Seneca. Another Brief assignment came in july when he was As signed for fourteen months As an assistant is Assumption Parish Fie was Alsip Aslor of i Mac Pilate Parish Valley Falls serving Froni nov., 1943 to August 1944. Paul also served briefly As a chaplain for the ursuline Sisters Paola in the fall of 1955. The Harouff Buis funeral Home is m charge of arrangements. I it us repair your broken to antennas and Lead wire. Freder ick s service. Phone 330. J funeral services for j. F. Rah Leder Hull hits on who died Fri Day will be monday morning at at Hutchinson. He was a brother of mrs. Frank Zabel and William Rohleder Atchison. Or. Tod mrs. Rohleder William j. By Heder of St. Lots or. And mrs. William Zabel or. And mrs. Sred Zabel and mrs. Charles Jit Ucker will attend the services. Arthritis rheumatism vital facts explained free descriptive Book As a Public service to All read ers of this paper a new 36-Page highly illustrated Book on arthritis acid rheumatism will be mailed absolutely free to All. Who write for it. This free Book fully explains tie causes ill effects and danger in neglect of these painful and crippling conditions. It1 also de scribes a successfully proven drug less method of treatment which has been applied in Many thous ands of cases. This Book is yours without Cost or obligation. It May be the Means of saving years of untold Don t delay. Send for your free Book today. Address the Ball clinic dept. -1302, Excelsior Springs to. Lynn Brodrick still critical Marysville kan., Jan 25 Al Hospital authorities said late today that Lynn r. Brodrick. Director of the Kansas state High Way commission is still in a Cri tical condition from a heart at tack suffered earlier today. The 63-year-old official was taken to Randell Hospital after suffering the heart attack this morning. He had returned Here thursday after his father h m. Brodrick 89, died. Funeral services for the colder Brodrick were held this after noon. New Kkt continued from Page one first White child born on american tul Indian historians believe the lost colonists of Roanoke moved Over to the Mainland after gov. White had returned to England in 1588 to get fresh Supples. Then they were absorbed by the indians through intermarriage. Some students have found a connection Between the Coralan indians who Are scattered Hough parts of North Carolina and the Roanoke Colony. The word Croatan carved on a tree at the site of the lost Colony is argument they use English names Are another. But the Robeson county indians contend they Are neither croatians nor cherokees who live in the Western part of the state. They Trace themselves from the Sioux but Call themselves lumbers. Afler a River in the a. For years these indians lived Side by Side with the White settlers worked arid fought with them carving records of bravery m the revolutionary War and War of 1812. However according to legend during the civil War a new or leans general found the indians fighting alongside White men and entered them taken from regular army ranks and put into service battalions with negroes. The indians resented this. Many deserted. One of these was Allen Lowry who with his son William was sought out and shot Down by a guard of 30 men and buried in Graves dug by the Lowry men themselves. Pike of beef continues Rise Dallas Jan. 25 tic if the Ris no Price of hamburger is Dent Hie family budget Don t blame the Butcher. Those higher prices on Stew meat to t largely tie inevitable result of seven years of drought and the Rains that followed. Housewives Over the nation Are ending the Dodar does t go far or beef and the reason is two fold 1. Choice beef is up 10 to 16 cents a Pound. To Bones that sold in Dallas for 89 cents a Pound Early in 1957 Are now other cities report comparable increase 2. Cuts from calves and other animals slaughtered before they were fattened have virtually Dis appeared. Calf steaks the main stays on the tables of Many Large families were plentiful last year in the 39 to 59 cent Range. When available they Are now 80 to 90 cents. Hamburger is up a dime. U t c h e r s say they have to charge More because they Are having to pay More. A Dallas super Market Chain spokesman says Choice whole Beeves that a Vear _ a witness to these killings a As i Cost 36 cells a Pound now another son of Lowry teen aged Are 4s cents and the spread be swore Ven Henry Berry glance and later As an Indian outlaw spread a Trail of murder and error throughout the Terri tory. Henry Berry Lowry a hero f Indian lore in the Hobin Hood radiation was supposed to have dropped from sight. Tween Choice Beeves and those of calves and lighter Emile has Nar rowed from 10 to 3 cents a Pound. What is the cause of the Price increase butchers and u. S. Department of agricultural officials both agree that the answer will be found in the prolonged drought this Kkt uprising is the Only i13 2ripped the cattle raising Sec rouble we be had with the White Ilion of la nation for seven years non since Henry Berry Lowry and last Vear s drenching Rains commented Walter Clark that completely changed the Pic 72-Ysar-old.Indian Farmer Robeson county has one Jean Railles throughout the most unique segregation Jem l tit Tikiun problems in the country. It has Docking does t continued from Page one ejected the idea of taking the Money out of the sales tax fund. What seemed to be bothering the governor the most however was that some members of his own party apparently won t go along with him on the school Aid measure. And without their solid support there is Little fill Hood a veto can be sustained. Docking still promises to veto a sales tax increase but he said if he loses the school Aid fight the state eventually will be in such a mess it can t operate with out a sales tax Docking said any democrats who desert him on the school is sue May Back him on a sales tax Bill but that the republicans prob ably would eventually get enough votes to override a veto. The governor s Revenue pro Gram is built around delaying for 11 months distribution of 12.5 Mil lion dollars in sales tax residue to local units of government com Bining the sales tax and general Revenue funds and hither taxes on corporations and trucks. R.-. This program still is buried in Ion Nis to extend the Siau hour minimum wage Law to foreign briefs Berlin Jan. 25 if East German musicians who play too much american style Boogie woo Gie and Rock u Roll Are subject to fines and loss of their licenses. A new communist Law decrees that 60 per cent of All Light music played in East Germany must have been written in a communist country. Moscow Jan. 25 Kom Somol pravda has blasted the ministry of culture for its latest movie on soviet youth. Calling the film miserable and trite the communist youth newspaper said it portrayed a Young communist organizer As a narrow minded per son running about with notebook in hand dealing out Long rep seeks Extension of minimum wage Law Washington Jan. 25 Kennedy a mass said today he would push for action this session committees. House republicans say they want no change in the residue distribution and Fere has been Little gop support for any other parts of the plan. Meanwhile some members were scrambling for a possible Compromise. Rep. Paul Wolf a Hugoton has announced he will introduce monday a Bill to raise both individual and corporate income taxes to yield an estimated nine to 10 million dollars additional Money. The Southwest were still withered fun vue Tunu a it asian of ban in from he seven years our distinct school of drought. Ranchers and farm or the Whites another for the neers forced to sell their cattle Rocs another for the indians and Ull another for a group known asic smiling. The smiling moved into North Floetl so Market. He heavy Rains of 1957 turned the parched ranges into to seek continued from Page one none has government. Erice props. The big question Marlc in the moratorium the Atti tude of the administration. Would president Eisenhower accept or veto s Resolution calling upon the executive Branch of the depart ment to extend 1957 programs a vow Jiuu Luc Elict Lluu Idues Jihu it f l j Lush Green feeding grounds. Gluf from politicians about six million additional per sons. The senator said in an inter View he would ask that the labor committee resume its work on the legislation at an Early Date. He said he would be ready to proceed with the minimum wage Bill As soon As a labor subcommittee which he Heads completes its report on a Bill to regulate welfare and pension plans. Kennedy s minimum wage proposal was snarled in the full com Mittee when the 195? congressional session ended. He said at the time that his measure was a Compromise be tween the recommendation of president Eisenhower to put an additional 2v- million employees under minimum wage Protection and an Al Cio proposal to extend coverage to 10 million More workers. Hospital news Atchison Hospital visiting Bonn 2 to 4 ., 7to4p.m. Admitted James Drake Bendena mrs. Charles North tenth mrs. V. W. Hattendorf 620 Riley mrs. Margaret morals 717 South seventh Maxwell Johnson a North fourth and mrs. Nett j. Brownlee Kansas City. Dismissed mrs. Harry Ham route 3 Earl v. Jones 715 South fourth miss Dora Gilliland 623 Laramie and mrs. Anna Wilson route i., births or. And mrs. Don Prohaska route 2, son. Hiawatha Community Hospital visiting hours 2 to i Admitted wednesday Homer Horn Hia thursday Richard Wenger Whiting Helen Berge Sabetha mrs. Theodore Spurrier Hiawatha births or. And mrs. Duane l. Harden Hiawatha a son tuesday. Dismissed tuesday l. K. Humphreys Hiawatha. Wednesday mrs. Leonard Hiawatha. Thursday Michael Gene Rohl Meier Merrill Ernest m. Van Liew Hiawatha. Winchester Hospital visiting hours to 4 ., 1 to 9 Admitted monday mrs. Grace Call Val Ley Falls. Tuesday mrs. Deloris Heintzel Man Leavenworth George Esh. Of Valley Falls. Thursday Kenneth Noll win Chester mrs. Blanche Kramer. Ozawkie. Friday Roy free jr., win Chester miss Darlene Goodin Easton. Births tuesday or. And mrs. P. J. Cummings Potter daughter. Wednesday or. And mrs. Law rence Adams Winchester Daugh Ter. Dismissed wednesday mrs. Grace Call Valley Falls mrs. Pearl Flory and son Valley Falls Ernest Williams Oskaloosa. Thursday mrs Deloris hint Zelmari. Leavenworth. -mrs.1 Elsie Thorpe Easton. Press up for the holidays use our easy credit 5 Down mrs. Frances Keating of Wais i Ner shelver is on a Buji Jig trip me Omi Ungs moved into North Gru unus. Oisiu Vui is on a t Arolina Between Maxton and i cattle re now being held on of to f a hip 13.1 111 1ssup _. 30 years from i past ill is to take advantage of the abundant grass to put As much u1b weight on them As possible be for indians and to forc Scal to Market or the attend negro schools. So the to is erecting a new for the smiling alone. M South Carolina. Dark of skin Thev grass Are accepted by neither the Whites on them Julia Ewing elevator operate in the professional building re ported at the police station some Cne look her red leather Billfold from her purse in the Elc Vato sometime yesterday morning. She contained about s20 j Vioney. She said she was out of the elevator a few limes during the morning. When you buy insurance. Buy from an agent. Who will represent your interests if is a differ ence of opinion Between you and the insurance company. When you buy insurance direct from an insurance company or from an employee of a company you have no one to represent your interests. When you buy from this Agency it s our Job to represent you. This Factor alone May mean much to you financially. R the Commerce investment co. Nelc Greenland Bob Snowdenjr. Phone 3360 your insurance t i nov c3s commercial feed lots. Slacker calves to re arc in demand and higher prices than fat the farm Issue As could be determined no proposal of this been put up to the administration. Aides of Secretary of agriculture Choice beef steers often b calves. Last week were bringing s27.62 a Hundred weight in highest for a comparable week since 1953. Choice sleeps brought s25.00 last september a year ago and s20.02 in january 1956. The asocial cd press s food prices Survey this past week re ported super Market meat men battling what one of them called the toughest month to six weeks n memory Are having a hard time to provide attractive bar Ains. The housewife finds no Consola Tion in the Price of other which Are in the out ook for beef. There were Only head of cattle and calves on feed in Lac nation on compared to us Benson say they doubt it to they say a moratorium would r1, farm policies. He contends1 thai Price supports required under present Law Are Foo they encourage overproduction and tend to Price affected crops out of markets. He wants author Ity to reduce supports. Freezing 1957 support rates for another year or two would prevent Ine government from Lakin advantage of the limited opportunities in present Law to get prices a reports. Year ago. The us a Harold Breimyer. Us a Agri cultural economics expert in Washington said that cattle prob ably remain scarce and prices High throughout most of 1958. There is a faint Ray of Hope for the family budget however. The us a reports a Good pig crop is upcoming and Spring chickens should be plentiful. In the meantime tuna fish and noodles will be the meat dish at Many a meal. Bob Snowdenjr i like my new work and the insurance real estate investments and loan bus mess is mighty j John Levin ran a Seismograph i Crew in the Oil country until Hel was called into the Navy world War ii. Strange thing happened to the Rev. Harold Roberts. He awoke in the Middle of the night with a painful Toothache. However a dental inspection he next Day disclosed the tooth was perfectly Normal. Gus Tauchman Burlington agent reported a car of shelled Corn on the tracks North of the prices in foun to what Benson describes Asfe she depot was broken open More competitive Levels those advocating the moratorium argue that banners should Nave a Chance to express them selves at elections on the administration s new proposals for lower supports. But Benson says he believes that Farmers As a whole the administration proposals and that saturday morning and Between 75 and 100 bushels spilled on the ground. Police investigated a reported a Hole was Cut in a card Board Grain door. There were no any Grain was taken. Several persons reported at the police station yesterday that some one shot an object through win i go Julais Anu that i us Sugii win it is not necessary to await new t own at Tell air places of business elections those re elections. The next few weeks a icy us ice inns whether the moratorium proposal has any Chance. If it is to be effective it would have to be established Early in the present crop year. I those reporting included Reddick deter co., 405 commercial Frank Dilgert had shovelling Snow at his Home yesterday. A Douglas county District court decision quashing Sente of sum Mons on or. Charles s. Brady of Atchison and or. Russell Frink of Lawrence in a damage suit seek ing was reversed by the Kansas supreme court yesterday. Nii iter. I t j to Vici Zajf the suit was filed by Frank j. Ernest was Lorman reports that i Al it has been one was traffic on if a treatment the country roads around Lan of inf at by race left a Caslor All Nom a horse near Atchison. Cassity now lives at 1429 East american motors reports a fifteenth in Lawrence. He was net profit of s4.9 million in the first fiscal Quarter ending dec. 31, 1957, compared with a loss of s2.9 Miron in the corresponding Quarter of a year ago. Employed by the Allen motor co. Here several months in 1936 and until february 1957, when he moved to Lawrence from -1431 Santa be. Where dining is u Delight phone 712 for res. Serving daily 7 . To 8 Sundays 8 . To 7 Be sure to Contact us for club meetings Etc. Coffee shop Western Union Telegraph co., 708 commercial Nell or s cleaners 716 commercial and j. G. Decorating store .724 commercial. Police said at some of the places a be gun was shot at the win Dows. They recovered several shot and believe hey have some leads on who did the shooting. Buys Worth of Mem s apparel budget payments on balance suits Slacks sports shirts dress shirts ties belts Caps hats jackets sport Coats shoes underwear handkerchiefs hosiery work clothing come in and choose from a Complete selection of the season s smartest men s wearing apparel. Snow poes up in East by the associated pres heavy Snow piled in in a Large area in the East saturday the Snow Belt covered parts of Virginia Maryland Pennsyl Vania and new York state. The Blanket reached a depth of to inches near Jamestown . The Snow ranged up to 13 inches in Erie county at the Northwest Ern tip of Pennsylvania. State police said roads leading South from the City of Erie toward Pittsburg were in bad shape. The Pennsylvania Turnpike was reported covered with Snow from the Ohio line eastward to Reading. The Speed limit was Cut to 35 . V some sections in the mountains of Western Maryland has 10 inches of Snow on the ground. Eight to 10 inches of Snow fell in the mountains around Elkins w.va., while highways were Haz ardous in most parts of the state. Five inches of Snow fell at Elmira . Snow fell at Albany and southward to the suburbs of York City. Rochester Utica and Syracuse were pelted with sleet and Freez ing rain. Heavy Rains hit a stretch of the Atlantic coast from South Caro Lina northward into new Jersey. Gale warnings were displayed Shore from Cape Hai Teras n. C., to Maine. Globe want ads bring results better living begins american loan plan a Nice feeling. Today Hon a need arises whatever it May be

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