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PAGE 4--A THE GUARDIAN, MAY 3, 1974 I Do You ] As Holy Year Approaches /00oiivofionn Needed fo Solve ...*.".:,.':v.... World's Problems, K of C Told Morrilton -- Thirteen children received First Holy Communion on Low Sunday at Sacred Heart Church here. They were Cecilia Basler, Eleanore Hoelizeman, Evelyn Mostosky, Henrietta Oswald, Mary Lanny, Mary Paladino, William Freyaldenhoven, Daniel Freyaldenhoven, Edward Baldus, George Regis Drilling, tfarry Welter, Joseph Kord- smeier, and Philip Pinter. 25 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK The Gust(lisa z%,l)orted: Fort Smith -- Following the January 1948 fire, Christ the King Church has been remodeled and refinished throughout at a cost of $45,000. Pine Bluff -- Father John F. O'Donnell, chairman of the Little Rock diocesan committee for the 1975 Holy Year, told Arkansas Knights of Columbus here last Saturday night that "motivation is the problem" confronting the world, "not distance." "We live in a village. We live in a town," he declared. "That is precisely what this earth of ours has become." And after enumerating some of "the places we have never been," he inquired, "what are our priorities?" The pastor of St. Joseph's parish here, who recently returned from a Holy Year planning conference with Pope Paul VI, stressed the need for motivation to counter plagues besetting mankind and asserted that "the distance from the head to the heart spans in- finity." He recalled the conquering of Mount Everest, the landing on the moon, Hank Aaron's home run record and Pope John's calling of Vatican II as "places we had never been," and then proposed other "places" mankind should seek to reach. "Wouldn't it be wonderful to say we are going we don't know quite where?" he suggested. To develop this attitude, he asserted, "we must be aware there is a problem in our . village." "Places we have never been," declared Father O'Donnell, include facing up to "stark poverty" which afflicts two-thirds of the world's people; to "population.. in the next three weeks, four million more people" will be born; to "food. . . never have food reserves been so low; to "energy" and the need for conservation; to "military expenditures -- in the next three weeks, $14-billion will be spent on armaments;" to "the world monetary system. . . the existing system is not working. It contains the...disease of inflation." Pope Paul mentioned all these problems during the recent Holy Year conference, Father O'Donnell said, and he noted that "this is the first time we have had all of these crises together." Father O'Donnell spoke of "worldwide terrorism.., a kind of thread that surpasses all cultures" as another "place" to be reached "Northern Ireland. . the Symbionese Liberation Army... Soldiers at airports with loaded rifles. It's frightening. . . Everybody's terrorized," Father O'Donnell declared. In connection with amnesty, a subject "worth thinking about, worth talking about," he suggested, "what about ran- soming the captive, harboring the harborless?" Vietnam he asserted, "was a new world, a place whe had never been." "Ransoming the poor" is another "place" to be visited, he said, and arms vis-a-vis starvation. , 23FRONTSTREdROEEITET " CONWAY, ARK. .1. 1200Oak Street Cnway, Arkaasas I I  37_-9 M cHenr Manager 1015 OAK STREET - CONWAY, ARKANSAS - 329-2832 1312 Oak Street Conway, Arkansas I KORDSMEIER FURN. CO. Orummond Citizens Insurance, Co. Insure For The Purpose. Complete Service by... INDEPENDENTLY OWNED MeNUTT FUNERAL HOME Stores in: Crestiawn Memorial Park Cemetery oConwayeMorriltoneRussellvillee "To Serve as we would be served" CONWAY, ARK. TONY NAHLEH, Agent Continental Oil Company 329-3743 601 Front St. Conway, Ark. 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Nun's Father Dtes; Rttes At Subiaco , Subiaco -- A Concelebr Mass of Christian Burial foe Siebenmorgen, 8% of Mort' Bluff, father of Sister Annd O.S.B., of Scranton, and Oblate of St. Benedict affil: with New Subiaco Abbey, offered in St. Benedict's Ch here April 17. The principal celebrant Father Hilary O.S.B., pastor of Sts. Peter Paul parish, Morrison Concelebrants were Abbot Father Raphael O.S.B., Father Vogelpohl, O.S.B., Alcuia Kubis, O.S.B., Father Peter Sharum, all of Subiaco Abbey. Mr. Siebenmorgen, resident of Morrison Bluff, April 15 in a Paris, hospital. He was a member Sts. Peter and Paul Society. A Rosary service conducted in St. Church here the evening the funeral. Burial was in Peter and Paul Morrison Bluff, by Funeral Home. 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