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November 8, 1974

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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 8, 1974 i Priest Dies After Beating Paterson, N.J. (NC) -- A 79- year-old priest, veteran of inner city parish work who raised thousands of dollars for Catholic educational efforts, died in his rectory here Oct. 29 during an apparent robbery attempt. The victim was Father Francis A. English, ad- ministrator of St. Boniface parish in a deteriorating area of Paterson's inner city. Father English was beaten, bound and gagged, but pending an autopsy police were unable to determine if death was caused by injuries, strangulation or a heart attack. Subiaco's Coury House Lists Retreats, Activities Subiaco -- The schedule of retreats and other activities for the next seven months at New Subiaco Abbey's Coury House has been announced by Father Herbert Vogelpohl, O.S.B., retreat director. Scheduled events are: Nov. 15 - 17 - Marriage En- counter No. 4; Nov. 22 - 24 Faculty retreat, Immaculate Conception High School, Memphis; Nov. 29 - Dec. 1 - Abbey Retreat League Ad- visory Board meeting. Dec. 6 - 8 - Retreat for Oblates of St. Benedict; Dec. 13 - 15 - Retreat for seniors of Texarkana's Right-to-Life Agency Seeks Incorporation Texarkana - Right to Life of Texarkana, Inc., has filed a petition for incorporation in Miller Circuit Court here as it progresses toward setting up a telephone referral service for women - both married and unmarried - as an effective alternative to abortion. Members of the organization's board of directors, as listed in the petition, are Mrs. Henry P. Eckstein, Mrs. Harry P. Matthews, and Mrs. Carroll E. Foster, all of Texarkana, Tex., and Pat Thomas of Texarkana, Ark. Mrs. "Foster said, "We understand that in some surrounding areas that more and more abortions are being performed and we believe that if expectant mothers were properly informed they would not have abortions but would rather carry their babies the full time and put them up for adoption or keep them." Right to Life will aid both single and married women of all races and ages, will help them find employment, guide them in counseling services, provide financial assistance for some, and in some cases just be an ear for listening. Right to Life of Texarkana will seek both membership and donations. k L Imtu'l Insurance Agency All Kinds of INSURANCE PHONE 32'7-738g 915 Float St. Coaway, Ark. Immaculate Conception High School, Memphis; Dec. 26 - 30 -- Retreat for Sisters of St. Benedict's Convent, St. Joseph's, Minn. Jan. 10 - 12 -- Meeting of Marriage Encounter team; Jan. 17 - 19 and Jan. 24 - 26 -- Retreats for students of St. Agnes Academy, Memphis. Feb. 2 - 3 -- Retreat for Subiaco Academy seniors; Feb. 7 - 9 -- Second Subiaco Academy parents' weekend; Feb. 14 - 16 -- Retreat for St. Edward's parish, Texarkana; Feb. 21 - 23 - third Subiaco Academy parents' weekend; Feb. 28 - March 2 -- Retreat for juniors of Immaculate Conception High School, Memphis. March 7 - 9 - Subiaco Abbey Retreat League spring meeting; March 14 - 16 -- Retreat for Greater Little Rock Serra Club; March 21 - 23 - Retreat for graduates of St. Patrick's School, North Little Rock. April 4 - 6 - Retreat for Mountain Home CYO; April 11 - 13 -- Retreat for St. Edward's parish, Texarkana; April 18 - 20 - Retreat for sophomores of Immaculate Conception High School, Memphis; April 25 - 27 -- Meeting of deacons and elders of Central Presbyterian Church, Fort Smith. May 10 -- Subiaco Academy graduation; May 22 - 23 -- Subiaco Academy closing; May 30 - June 1 -- National meeting of Subiaco Alumni Association. On Retreat at Subiaco Fifteen communicants of St. Joseph's Church, Fayetteville, spent the Oct. 25 - 27 weekend on retreat at New Subiaco Allbey's Coury House. Father Jerome Kodeil, O.S.B., right rear, was retreat master, Father Herbert Vogelpohl, O.S.B., retreat director. Making the retreat were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Anderson, Dr. and Mrs. Ed Bowden, Mrs. AMENDMENT STUDIED Washington (NC) -- The senate Judiciary Committee subcommittee on constitutional amendments is expected to take final action on proposed anti- abortion amendments by March, according to William Heckman, chief counsel for the subcommittee. Ye OM Daisy Shoppe Candles, Flowers, 819 Parkway Ave. And Gifts Phone Conway, Ark. 327-7731 Alice Conners, Sister DeChantel, Mrs. Irene Guadalajara, Sister Herlinda, Gene Not" tenkamper, Mrs. Adele O'Connell, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Scarbrough, Jr., Mrs. Marie Strong and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walch. Joining them were Delphine Sutton and Marie BenetZ of Little Rock. 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