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Q 20--THE GUARDIAN AUGUST 10, 1962 What's Happening... Around the Diocese Little Rock -- The monthly dance sponsored by t h e Knights of Columbus will be held Friday, August 31, at Knights of Columbus hall. Tommy Scott's orchestra will provide music for tim dance from 9 P.M. until midnight. l)ance Chairman Bill Mernah said admission will be by paid up membership card only, aild two attendance prizes will be awarded during the evening as a special feature. Hot Springs--The Hot Springs Catholic Men's Club meet at 7:30 P.M. Monday, August 13, in the St. John's Parish IIall. Charles W. Moenster, pro- gram chairman, will introduce Jeff Gilbert, the club's vice president, and city manager of Central Airlines, who will show a film on the Seattle World's Fair. Emmett Law- less, president, will preside at the business session which will formulate plans for the annual St. John's Fall Carnival sched- uled for Sept. 17. John Terry and James Travis will be co- chairmen of the fellowship hour. Sacksonville -- Members of tim Little Rock Air Force Base Al- tar and Rosary Society met at a luncheon meeting following the 11:30 Mass at the base chapel last Friday. Lunch was served by Ellen Wolf, JoAnn Riley, Rita Porter, Rene O'Grady, a n d Pat Baugh. Next month's hostesses will be Sandy MacEntee, Jenny Lindc- meyer, and Rose Butchek. The Rev. Jeremiah Rodell was welcomed as the new spiritual moderator. A wel- coming reception was held in his honor at the NCO Club following the 12:30 Mass July 22. Four new members also were welcomed: Edith Gillie, Louise Petruzzelli, Joyce Ham- mel, and Nancy Harris. Jane Guenther will be chairman of the nominating committee, and will be assisted by Rene O'Grady and Rose Butchek. Jo Ann Riley was named program chairman, replacing Maxine Leftkowski. The Rev. David Boileau, professor of theology and phil- osophy at St. John's Seminary, Little Rock, spoke of his re- cent experiences while study. ing in Belgium. Little Rock -- "Psychiatry and Religion"' will be the discus- sion topic that will feature a monthly luncheon meeting of the Serra Club of Greater :Lit- John P. (Pete) Corn earned a scholarship to Columbia Uni. versity on the basis of his aca. demic record in the Littl Rock Public Schools. He graduated fcum Columbia in 1948 and graduated from Arkansas Law School in 1956. He is a licensed attorney, and operates his own insurance agency. He serves on the Pulaski County Health, Welfare and Aging Council, was a member of the Air Base Fund Campaign, is active in Chamber of Commerce work, is a past president of the Exchange Club, a charter member of the Pulaski Heights Kiwanis Club, and a member of the Arkansas and American Bar Associations. Put Pulaski County First . . . Vote for JOHN P. (Pete) CORN REPRESENTATIVE  Position No. 10 Pol. Adv. paid for by Dr. Tom Jansen Winner Waives Wave Hokkaido, Japan, (1) -- The Maryknoll Fathers here recent- ly held a raffle to raise funds for an orphanage they plan to build in Kyoto this year. First prize in the contest was a trip to the U.S. One of the lesser prizes was a permanent wave. The glamorizing gift was won by' of all people a Sister in a local parish. Baffled by the raffle, She waived the wave. tle Rock at the Albert Pike Hotel here next Frday, Au- gust 17, at 12:15 P.M. Speakers will be Dr. Charles Betts, a practicing psychiatrist, and The Rev. David Boileau of the faculty of St. John's Home Missions Seminary. Paris--Knights of Columbus of- ficers of Logan County Coun- cil No. 3787 were installed at St. Joseph's Parish Hall here August 2. Conducting the installation ceremony were State Deputy, R. Herman Willett of Jones- bore and District Deputy Wil- liam Gisler of Fort Smith. Also present for the installa- tion was The Rev. Herbert Vogelpohl, O.S.B., of New Subiaco Abbey who gave a short talk on laymen's retreats being held at Subiaco. A so- cial hour and dutch lunch fol- lowed the installation cere- mony. Justin Willems was installed as Grand Knight and Edwin Rinke as Deputy Grand Knight. Other officers installed were: Paul Kennedy, chancellor; Vincent Flusche, financial sec- retary; Lawrence Adams, treas- urer; Anton Schlaf, Jr., record- er; Lawrence Eckelhoff, war- den; A. Y. Austin, trustee; Frank Willems, lecturer; Aloys Knittig, inside guard; R.P. Maus, outside guard; and The Rev. Hiliary Filiatreau, O.S.B., Chaplain. Little Rock -- T h e Diocesan Council of Catholic Women has announced it will sponsor a sight-seeing bus trip to De- troit, Michigan, November 2-9 in connection with the annual convention of the national or- ganization. The tour director, Mrs. James B. Finley, said 12 reservations already have been made. Husbands of D.C.C.W. members are being invited. Reservations are being ar- ranged by Mrs. Finley of 304 McMillen Trail, Little Rock. Her telephone number is MOhawk 3-6120. Ilot Springs  Three Sisters from the Monastery of Our Lady of Charity here have re- turned from Dallas University ------1 I Serving Arkansas t In the Clergy | The Rev. Basil Wiederkehr, O.S.B., (above) is a faculty member at Subiaco Abbey and Academy. Father Basil was born in AI- tus on August 20, 1933. He at- tended St. Mary's School in Altus and attended one year of high school at Ozark bei!ore en- tering the scholasticate at Subi- ace Academy. In 1952 he be- came a novice at New Subiaco Abbey, and on September 14, 1953, made his profession of vows. He was ordained to the priesthood by His Excellency Bishop Albert L. Fletcher at St. Andrew's Cathedral in Little Rock on May 15, 1958. In the year 1959-60 he attend- ed St. Louis University and earned the Master of Arts de- gree in sociology. The follow- ing year he taught at Subiaco and was assistant director of the fratres and novices at the Abbey. This past year he at- tended St. Louis University and studied philosophy. He is ex- pected to continue there during the next term. Sister Marcina, O.S.B., a sis- ter of Father Basil, is a member of St. Scholastica C0nv, ent ia Fort Smith. in Dallas, Texas, where they attended a mathematics work- shop centered on the Cuise- naire - Gattegno method of teaching. The Sisters teach in St. Michael's and Our Lady of Lourdes Schools here, T h e Cuisenaire - Gattcgno method of teaching mathe- matics, devised by a Belgian primary teacher, and broaden- ed by a noted English mathe- matician, is used in public and private scimols in many parts of the United States. It con. sists of 291 wooden pieces, with which the child forms visual, muscular and tactile images of the color-length rela- tionship which later are trans- MY PLEDGE for be: ter law enforcement I will exert every effort as your Sheriff to bring, fair, impartia!, round. the-clock law enforcement to the entire county with a constructive plat. form of efficiency and improvement. I will cooperate in every way with all grand juries. There will be no behind-the-scene "BOSS" directing my administration. Sincerely, Frank Mackey E/eel B. Frank MAC-KEY Pulaski c o u. SHEI:tlFF Pol. Adv. Paid for by Mackey Campaign Committee, Wylie Hall, Chairman Suspended Banned by Lima, ()- ment has refused suspended priest to this country after at Soviet Union. He is Father who was StlS Teodosio Moreno Huaraz in March nmnist activities. suspension, he wear clerical campaigned as vice; tial candidate on nist ticket in the tions. This nation's law it the government to entry to a Peruvian visited a comm try. Father Ra On National Academy (Special to The Olympia, Wash. Raphael DeSalvo, O. tot of the Major Semir Subiaco Abbey, sas, will be taking 1962 meetings of the Benedictine 27 at St. Martin's "The Motivations cration in Ob, subject Father Raph discussing at one of the Sacred of the Academy. at the Catholic America for the de tot' of Sacred he received in teaching Dogmatic Father is Novice Mas 'Abbey. There will be a sessions making up ings of four sections erican Benedictine this summer. All of will be open to the of the other topics 'interest include of Survival of Some of West African NationS, Social S c i e n c e s "Clwist's Obedience Monastic ideal," ies; "The Librarian's bility for Promoting. Art," Library. Scic "Photographic Contemporary Art Section. Represented at the ings of the Benedictine priests, and sisters from 781 towns in the where they operate 106 high schools, and schools and lated into numbers children who colored rods show higher levels of than those taught tional methods. Hot Springs John's Altar Society families and guests, at the Come Hotel Sunday morning fast, after receivin reunion at St. Johr Mrs. Kennetl) H sided. Oscar J. the spiritual tion. Mrs. Edward chairman of the reunion breakfast, 9 A.M. at the 1;estaurant. Healey & Fum Directors Burial For All