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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, JULY 2, 1982 Recent Deaths (Information for this column is prepared from data furnished by the families of the deceased, their pastors or funeral directors.) MAX FELIX PIECHOCKI, 79, of Marche, died June 24 in Little Rock. The son of Joe and Francis Michalak Piechocki, he was a retired carman after 25 years with the MoPac Railroad and a member of Immaculate Heart of Mary parish and its Rosary Society. Sur- viving are his wife, Agnes Zakrzewski Piechocki; two sons, one daughter, one brother, three sisters, 16 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Fat- her Edward J. McCormick offered the Funeral Mass June 26 in Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Burial was in Immaculate Heart of Mary Cemetery. Surviving are his wife, Cleo Liebhaber; two sons, three daughters, two brothers, two sisters, 12 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Father John F. Hlavacek offered the concelebrated Funeral Mass June 23 in St. John's Church, Engelbert. Burial was in St. John's Cemetery. MRS. MARY VELVIN KING, 70, of 617 Oak Street, Pine Bluff, died June 22 in Pine Bluff. Born in North Little Rock, she was a former piano and violin teacher at Annunciation Academy, a member of St. Joseph's JOE B. LIEBHABER, 74, of its Altar Society, the Baggers, died in West Catholic Daughters of the Memphis. Born Aug. I0, Americas, the Arkansas 1907, in Randolph County, Federation of Music Clubs, he was a member of St. the Arkansas State Music Paul's parish, a farmer Teachers Association, the and a member of the National Guild of Piano Knights of Columbus. Teachers and past president of the Pine Bluff Musical Coterie. Surviving are three sons, one daughter and 14 grand- children. The Funeral Mass was offered at St. Joseph's Church. Burial was in St. Joseph's Cemetery. KATHRYN B. BURNS, sister of Msgr. Joseph M. Burns, Hot Springs, died June 18 in Elkins Park, Pa. She also is survived by two sisters. The Funeral Mass was offered at St. James Church in Elkins. Burial was in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery there. parish where she was choir JOHN NICHOLAS BOUR, 74, director and organist, of Morrilton, died May 28. Born Jan. 31, 1908, in Mor- rilton, he was the son of John and Barbara Meyer Bour, a member of Sacred Heart parish and a retired foreman of the Morrilton Lumber Company. Surviv- ing are his wife, Mabel Carlton Bour, a son and two grandsons. Father John A. Burns, C.S.Sp., offered the Funeral Mass May 29 in Sacred Heart Church. Burial was in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Continued from Pg. 3 several imperatives while the process of orderly, negotiated disarmament is under way. Of primary importance, it says, is the prevention of development or deployment of "destabilizing weapons" on either side. It also says the tendency toward "automatic control" of weapons systems and further proliferation of nuclear weapons around the world must be prevented. The document's section on nuclear weapons, which represents an advance over previous church teachings in making specific moral judgments on nuclear deterrence, is likely to be the focus of most attention, but that section is only part of a broader overview on the scriptural, moral and pastoral aspects of war and peace questions. The draft document begins with analyzing the basic Christian commitments to life and to peace from a scriptural perspective. It then discusses in detail the just war theory, which has been a cornerstone of the Catholic moral ap- proach to war and peace issues since the fifth century. While noting that the just war theory sees the right of self-defense as "an extension of the commandment of love," the authors comment, "It is too often forgotten that Bishops' Pastoral Draft calls on Cathoi the 'theory' of just war elaborated through the centuries was an evolving "The VACATION CAPITAL Arkansas" Here and effort to discourage war" by [ V| -- placing strict limits and There Around conditions on it and making a presumption in favor of ((}) SEE HISTORY'S OLOEST ART The Diocese peace. dl[I ON Schedule Issued . ITTINGTON AVENUE IN HOT SPRINGS LITTLE ROCK ADVERfflSING YOUff0 A, PHOTOGRAPHY YOUR HOT SPRINGS GUARDIAN REPRESENTATIVE The Secular Carmelites will meet at Mary Lake on Route 4 at the invitation of the Prior and Chapter Counselor, Father John Michael Payne, O.C.D., on Saturday, July 10. Mass will be at 11 A.M. During the Mass, the following applicants will be admitted to Formation: Ann Baltz, Don Baltz, Thelma Buzbee, Rev. Clayton Gould, Mary La Forge and Mattie Wright. They will be presented by Formation Director Elizabeth Emrick For Papal Visit Madrid, Spain (NC) -- The Spanish Bishops' Conference said the nine-day visit of Pope John Paul II for the October celebrations honoring St. Teresa of Avila includes stops in 13 cities, an audience with King Juan Carlos and the ordination of priests. According to the preliminary schedule issued by the bishops, the Pope would visit Avila, birthplace of the Carmelite nun who Saying that modern weapons of war "give special urgency to questions of when, if ever, violent resistance can be permissible," it places its analysis of nuclear warfare within the context of the classical moral position of the just war theory - the con- ditions required for legitimate entry into warfare and the limits placed upon the con- duct of war, particularly the protection of non-combatants from attack and the requirement that the means used in war be proportional to the ends for which the war is being fought. Even if waging war can be justified in a particular situation, it says, "the par- ticular means used to wage war may not be permissible. The distinction is critical, especially in view of the very practical questions raised today about nuclear weapons." The draft document also addresses other issues of warfare today. It notes, for example, under the question of the competent authority to wage war, that "far too little analysis has been made of the moral issues involved in re- volutionary-counter-revolut- ionary or insurgency-counter- insurgency conflicts." It also notes that the right of self- defense required for a just war "does not include the mere defense of all material possessions, seizing the possessions of others, or the imposition of rule on others." It also says that a decision to forego a nuclear deterrent itself poses difficult questions and might "require a willingness to pay higher costs to develop conventional forces." The pastoral draft speaks at length of the moral duty of "waging peace." It calls on the United States to be prepared to take some "in- dependent initiatives" toward arms control and disar- mament and says the responsibility for disar- mament cannot be evaded "by one side's pointing ac- cusingly at the other as treacherous and aggressive." It calls for a shift of military expenditures to the easing of misery in the world, noting that true peace must be based on justice and human dignity. -; and will receive scapulars, became a reformer of It urges the development of After the Mass, a luncheon religious life and a writer of effective non-violent means to KITCHENS UNLIMITED provided by the members will mystic works, and Alba de resolve conflicts between I beserved. A business meeting Tormes, where St. Teresa nations and guarantee their CRAFTSMANSHIP OF TH[-P.ST e TECHNOL(iGY OF THE PRESENT will be , conducted by died October 15, 1582. Also on security and the development SUPERIOR QUIETNESSeRELIABLEQUALITYCEILINGFANS President Frances Hart. the schedule is a visit to of a "compelling vision of WE CREATE THE WORLO'S FINEST KITCHENS Because of the Regional Segovia tothe tombofanother peace, justice and a positive 2223A&ertPte Pkme 321-1334 Meeting in Albuquerque, N. mystic, St. John of the Cross, world order" in the in- 2 blocks to bath houses a II color cable TV away from city traffic refrigerators in all kit- - downtown in a park chenettes nd rooms 230 Fountain St., Hot Springs Mountain Drive, Phone 501 321 2230, Hot Springs Nat'l Park, AR 71901 HAPPY HOLLOW MOTEL EMIL E. WENCEL m Real Estate Sales Management Appraisals !11 ..... Memlr MLS Graduato Realtors Instituto 230 Fountain St., P.O. Box 1266, Hot Springs, AR 71901 Business Phone 501 321 2230 e ".Now, more than ever, look to the larubnark." M., in August, the next local meeting will be in September. HARDY Knights of Columbus St. John Neumann Council 6969 of Cherokee Village Hardy honored three of their founder fathers recently with V.I.P. Certificates. Noted were Richard Fink, first Grand Knight of the council, Past District Deputy and present State Church Director; Lester Gamboe, second Grand Knight of the council and present trustee, and George Weihofen, immediate past Grand Knight and present Faithful Navigator of the Bishop Fletcher Assembly of the Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus. Travel Service Arkansas Bank & Trust Company ED KRENZELOi( Manager 624-4611 624-5397 Hot Springs National Pork, Arkansas and a visit and rally at the shrine of Our Lady of El Pilar in Zaragoza. The final itinerary of a papal trip is prepared by the Vatican, which usually issues it shortly before the trip begins. The Pope already has announced his intention to visit Spain for the celebrations marking the fourth centenary of St. Teresa's den th. NORTH LITTLE ROCK ternational community. Keep Current Read The $ G.u.00r00d),an The Mother and Unborn Baby Care Group will he working directly with Abba House, a home for unwanted pregnant women, and the four Sisters that Mother Teresa of Calcutta is sending to manage i it. The group is in dire need of counsellors, typists and cash donations. Those wishing to help can contact Bonnie Hartnedy, 225-7909, or Suzie McNally, 771-0514. ST. VINCENT Instead of a country ham dinner, it was announced that a country style beef barbecue dinner will be served at the annual St. Mary's Bazaar Saturday, July 5, starting at 5 P.M. Box lunches will he available. A dance will follow. Fed.eral Savings of Hot Springs [] Home Office: Number One Market Place [] Brmll 0mcu: 700 hll Puke 3021 Mal=m Road HOt Spc,nos Natoonal Park Arkansas 71901 1 :7 Nmm" One Cmiz Cmw Hot Sgtings Village Arkansas 71901 ,=,, their consciences al dimensions , peace issues, f00'b reverence for li to do penance for' It praises "her who have adopt;ei I A. of pacifism and for the sake of thXIMA says that pacifislall C better understan the 1 American CatFCathc munity. tage i At the same tirwhere the role of Catlgissm military and oing? related work andjust to bring the deptlm -- t tradition to thehn unil assure that Ameaily li and practices inwho s| defense are cirri togetl sound moral basiether It urges Cathol neigh in peace activin ma sensitive to the ri| But t Christians to h6 e sot positions in good)n ox and to "build i=tdivid mutual underst respect. lm It also addresS! educators, priest scientists, technicians, workers, workcl media, public offl people, parents as citizens, suggll,l they can work folq justice in th On C.K. of A=,.. Jasper, Ind. Kordsmeier, Moff was elected to a s I and Herman Sherwood, Ark., fin OF year term on u Board of Trus Catholic Knights d The election wa 41st National Co group here recen the convention w ' Fraternalism - Change." \\; Other representJ \\; Arkansas at tl \\;. were Bill Hegem[ /rl Alicia Minden CI/11 Smith; William i/N[,. Subiaco, and  Conway. Charter a Bud Jim irimin :rtsis iv NELSON- ECT "l ontrib BALMAZ. 00oo, INSURANCE-BONDI! Gt P.O. Box 5746, Little Rock, Arkoll Offices: No. 4 Shackleford pl Little Rock, Arkansas72211 (501) j Ad