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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 4, 1972 What'.js Ne__w? Obituaries y Here and There Priests' Housekeeper, Others Around the Diocese (This Guardian feature is designed to serve all the Catholic organizations in the Diocese of Little Rock. The deadline for stories to be included is 8:30 A.M. of the Monday prior to publication). SUBIACO The 49 seniors at Subiaco Academy spent last weekend in a closed retreat, conducted in the Coury House at New Subiaco Abbey. Purpose of the retreat was to give seniors an opportunity to review their life styles in light of specific Christian values. Retreatmaster for the three- day affair was Father David Leftwich, O.S.B., of St. Joseph's Abbey in St. Benedict, La. Father David, manager and retreatmaster at the Abbey's Christian Life Center, also has served as assistant Dean of Men, vocation director, in- firmarian, kitchen manager, and manager of the youth camp. LITTLE ROCK Father Anthony Morello, Novice Master at the Carmelite Novitiate, Marylake, will speak to the Holy Souls Parish Council of Women next Monday, Feb. 7. The meeting will he held in Fletcher Hall at St. John's Shoe Repair & Dyeing' Shoe PrescriPtion Yrs. In ]l)owntown L.R. Phone 372-6830 Loading Zone Provided hi FrlNIt 113 ROY RHEA, OwDer Rhea Drug CO. HILLCREST - L' 2801 Kavanaugh 663-4131 FREE DELIVERY Catholic Center. The meeting begins at 1 P.M. with a social period before at 12:30 P.M. HOT SPRINGS William E. Rock was in- stalled as president of the St. Mary's Coun- cil of Catholic Men at its HILLCREST CLEANERS * KAVANAUGH & :ASH Phone 663-2889 "We IJunder Shirts" ,i r DAN'S SHOE SHOP RAY AND CLARENCE TROILLET "The Best in Shee lelirin I" Phone 666-973! Z903 Kavanangh first meeting of the year in the Carroll Room adjacent to the parish rectory here recently. Serving on the beard with Rock are Stephen Brothy, vice president; George Pluard, secretary; Patrick Mahoney, Henry Moroz, Paul Rudavina, and A. Kent WaLk|us, outgoing president and chairman of the board. Father Lewis D. Cooper, the speaker, discussed the different phases of this era's religious movement started by Pope John XXIII and continued today by Pope Paul VI. Father To Lecture Father Raymond Brown, S.S., associate professor at Union Theological Seminary, N.Y., will speak to seminarians and priests at Notre Dame Seminary in New Orleans, La., twice on Thursday, Feb. 17. Unborns Given Guardian Detroit (NC) -- Two Michigan physicians, Doctors Maureen Fedeson and Richard Jaynes, have been appointed guardians ad litem (for purposes of Cooper, a native of Hot Springs litigation) "of the class of all the and assistant pastor at St. unborn persons in the State of John's parish, told of the Michigan." changing trends in the Church The appointment, made by in the current ecumenical Circuit Judge Charles Kauf- movement, man, gives the doctors and their NORTH LITTLE ROCK St. Mary's parish is spon- soring a Valentine dance from 8 P.M. to midnight on Saturday, Feb. 5, in the parish hall. Ad- mission is $3 per couple or $1.50 single. Everyone is welcome, according to Mrs. Joe Kersten. MARCHE A pre-Lenten dance will be held at the Immaculate Heart of Mary parish hall here on Saturday, Feb. 12, beginning at 8 P.M. Admission is $2 per person. Music will be by Walter Szparaga and Bob Carpenter. A 7 P.M. Mass will im- mediately precede the dance. NORTH LITTLE ROCK Regent Mary Ann Chudy of Court Queen of Peace No. 1809, Catholic Daughters of America, here announced a Day of Recollection to be held at St. Patrick's parish at 12:45 P.M. on Sunday, Feb. 27. Father James P. McDonnell, pastor of St. Anne's parish and the Court's clergy consultant, will conduct the Day of Recollection, according to Mrs. Anna Massey, chairman. All are invited to attend. The next meeting of the Court will be Tuesday, Feb. 15. Mrs. Clarence Boeckmann will be the chairman. Members are asked to bring guests, especially prospective members. attorney, Arthur F. Barkey, the right to intervene effectively in a case testing the con- stitutionality of Michigan's anti- abortion law. Without their status as guardians, the two doctors, beth vigorous opponents of per- missive abortion laws, would be able to enter the case only through friend of the court briefs. The guardian status permits them to become parties to the suit, along with two public of- ficials who are entrusted with the enforcement of the law: Michigan Attorney General Frank Kelley and Wayne County Prosecutor William Cahalan. Barkey, who will be one of the lawyerspleading the test case, said he believed his par- ticipation would be useful because he felt the public of- ficials could not completely defend all aspects of the prohibition of abortion without compromising their respon- LITTLE ROCK A German brotwurst and sauerkraut dinner will be served as a fund-raising project Friday, Feb. 18, from 6 to 8 P.M. in Knights of Columbus Hall, Ninth and Cumberland Streets here. The arrangements committee from Little Rock Council No. 812 said tickets will be $1.75 for adults and 75 cents for children under 12. Mrs. Esther Nixon, librarian at the Jacksonville Public Library, will speak to members of the St. Jude's Altar and Rosary Society at 7:20 P.M. Tuesday, Feb. 8, in the parish o Member Worthen JACKSONVILLE Charge Service -=- 00]n00EJLT / [ NIEIL00TM;I / / MRS. BETTY COWIE Paris -- Requiem Masses for Mrs. Betty Cowie of Windthorst, Tex., a housekeeper for Benedictine priests for the past 22 years and a former Paris resident, were offered Jan. 12 in both Windthorst and Paris Mrs. Cow|e, named Catholic Daughter of the Year in 1970, 'died in a Wichita Falls, Tex., hospital on Jan. 10. Father Cletus Post, O.S.B., pastor of St. Mary's parish in Windthorst where Mrs. Cowie was a member and housekeeper, offered a Requiem Mass there. Then Father Cletus joined in con- celebrating a Mass at St. Joseph's church here with the late Father Christoper Paladino, O.S.B., pastor of St. Joseph's; Father Harold He|man, O.S.B.,' of New Subiaco Abbey; and Father Patrick Harmon, her brother, from Columbus, Ohio. Mrs. Cowie had lived in Windthorst for the last nine and a half years after moving there from Paris. She was active in the Cancer Crusade, Heart Fund, March of Dimes, was a 4- H leader, and worked with patients at the Texas State Hospital. She is survived by a son, Robert Cowie of Paris; her father, Tom Harmon of Columbus, Ohio; a brother, Father Harmon; two sisters, Mrs. Cecilia McNerney of Columbus, and Mrs. Ruth High- field of Bakersfield, Cal.; and five grandchildren, John, George, Louis, Anne Marie, and Patricia Cowie. In the Paris Requiem, Father Cletus delivered the sermon. The children's choir under the direction of Sister Emerentia, O.S.B., sang the Mass, and e ..... Brother Charles sang the Dies Irae from the Latin Rite. Rosaries were said at the funeral chapel in Archer City, Tex., Jan. 11, and in Paris Jan. 12. Windthorst Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus were pallbearers for all services. ELMER J. McGOWAN Mena -- Funeral Mrs. Kathleen Nell who died Jan. 4 in held Jan. 7. She was of St. Agnes parish Born Dec. 2, 1897, Okla., Mrs. Shipp Acorn as a small there until 1950. North Little Rock -- married to the late I.: Graves|de services were held on Dec. 6, 1941, in BeJtnu Jan. 27 for Elmer Joseph Mr. Shipp died last J McGowan, 87, of 1810 Poplar St., Shipp moved to Siloaf at Calvary Cemetery, Little in 1950 and remained tv Rock by Msgr. John E. Murphy, moving to Mena last V.F., pastor of St. Patrick's Survivors include a,, .Dunagan of Acore brothers, George, n" Robert:Payton, all ot[ John Payton of Shi Wash., and Ralph 'e Seattle, Wash.; a sisa Rose Wilson of Gentlel parish. Mr. McGowan, a retired railroad employe, died here Jan. 24 following a long illness. He was born May 16, 1884, in Booneville, Mo. Survivors include a twin brother, Stanley McGowan of North Little Rock, several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were Harmon West, Tom Newton, Bernard Cotter, Charles West, Phi|lip Martin, and Harold Mayes. EDWARD BANSKI Hot Springs -- A Requiem Mass for Edward Banski, 63, was offered recently in St. John's Church here by Msgr. M.F. Donovan, pastor. Mr. Banski died in a local hospital. He was born in North Little Rock, and had resided in Hot Springs most of his life. He was a member of St. John's parish. Survivors include two brothers, Leo and Chester Banski, and four sisters, Mrs. Ann Logan, Mrs. Ralph Seelers, Miss Rose Banski, and Miss Louise Banski, all of Hot Springs. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery by Cross Mortuary. grandchildren and tlg grandchildren. .)it: Burial was in lhel Cemetery. iv MRS. BARBARA BI Fort Smith -- A j (a Mass for Mrs. BarbarJi 92, 905 N. 21st St., wA Jan. 28 in St. Bonifa by her nephew, Fath#i Eckart, O.S.B., of Ne Abbey. ,Pt Mrs. Bender, a wioh Jan. 26 in Fort Smith f0je short illness. She y March 23, 1879, in C  Wis., the daughter of: John and Catherine R Eckart. 1 Survivors includell Albert F. Bender of F01 three daughters, Ms Stanley, Mrs. Teres and Miss Frances Be%r the home; two brothe# SEE OBI'rS ON I sibility to the public. WANT A D USERS l ALL AGREE. They r bring results at a Peoria Nuns very low cost! Receive Big , i KAVANAUGH I PHARMACY Pay Increase I I I* FREE DELIVERY *1 Peoria, Ill. (NC) -- Teaching I ... Phone I nuns in the Peoria diocese will I  I Kavnetaugh 664 3844 get a 50 per cent pay increase | - I next fall when their stipends - increase from $2,400 to $3,400.,  ..... I The raise, approved by I LIAOT/ | Bishop Edward W. O'Rourke | u un'ulu  I and diocesan school board | CM I CMO I members, is the first salary | l mv- l iv I boost for the nuns since 1970. | "Finest Shoe Repair N I In addition to the sisters' pay I s_q14 ,,R,, 664-2717 I hike, lay teachers will earn five | ...... I per cent more in the 1972-73 J school year. The board I [ recommended that the five per cent figure be considered a basic minimum and urged that, if possible, they be given more. The raise brings the minimums to $6,510 for fully- certified teachers and $6,090 for non-certified teachers on the elementary level. Secondary school teachers with bachelor's degrees will get $6.300 yearly and those with master's $6,510. "We estimate that next year hall. All women of the parish between 50 and 60 per cent of are invited, according to Mrs. our community will be in Louise Husson, program retirement," said Sister M. chairman. Edita Brown, the school beard member. "The fear of growing --- [  I old and having no one to take . ....... | I  ,,,,, HELP PREVENT I care of them is very threatening E bbb-/l I |'FOREFmr I to our younger Sisters," she -- LEftS MALT SHOP I I '"'"' I said". "I personally know of , 0 several who have left because of FOREST HEIGHTS SHOPPING C ENTER_00II * Infants and Children's HELP READY-T0-WEAR * 5701 Kavanaugh 2;,.,, FOeESTh * Phone 663-6357  IN TH['i "For Dependable Service Call" HILLCREST PLUMmNO | PET SUPPLIES 5815 Kavanaugh i If you want me Be PHONE 666-5474 | in Pet Supplies subddry of Pfeifer | GO to... Plumbing & Hering Co., Inc. Robert E. Wright, Manager /FIN & RATHE .. 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