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PAGE 2 THE GUARDIAN, JULY 19, 1974 .Jeom the "Manatng Editor's Desk.. I Tomorrow, July 20, will be Moon Walk Day, the fifth an- niversary of , man's first .... landing on the moon and the televising of pictures of "Spaceship Earth." What brings this to mind is this Sunday's appeal for generosity to the USCC's National Collection for Latin America. This money is not used to build churches but to train native leaders, to change social attitudes and to speed social change. Imagine spaceship earth with only five persons aboard in- stead of more than three billion. Imagine that one of those five passengers represents those of us who live in the western world, in North America and Europe, one fifth of humanity, mainly white and Christian. The person representing us has the use and control of 80 percent of the total life- sustaining resources aboard our spacecraft. The other four-fifths of humanity - better than two- and-one-half billion people -- have to get along on the remaining percent, leaving them each five per cent to our 80 percent. To make matters worse, our representative is in the process of increasing his use of the limited resources to 90 percent. Common sense says that there is going to be a tremen- dous fight aboard that spaceship. The daily newspapers report the begin- nings of that fight as violence erupts in various parts of the globe. Shortages of heating oil and gasoline shout the message of world interdependence. The Holy Father has repeatedly told Catholics that the world is interdependent and that peace is impossible without justice. The Pope explained there will be no world peace unless we solve the problem of distributive justice aboard spaceship earth. Candidates and Team at Young Adult Search 27 Young Adults Make "Search" Little Rock--Twenty-seven Linda Knoedl; Benton--Janet Mrs. Jo Lauer and Quentin young adults spentlast weekend Reinmiller; Des Arc - Steve Lauer; Little Rock -- Richard at St. John's Catholic Center here, participating in a Search for Christian Maturity. Listed alphebetically by cities, they are: Alexander -- Orlieck; Fort Smith -- Terry Reith, Dana Seaton, Cathy Von Hatten, Sammy Wald and Milly Ebone. Jacksonville -- Susan Bevill, Farrester, Mary Kaye Hart- mann, Theresa Lynch, Jean Madey, Carol Shippen, Bill Shippen, and Mike Wallace; Nashville -- James Edward Arkansas K of C Exl: 00n00ding Little Rock -- The Knights of Columbus now have 28 councils in Arkansas, the newest being chartered in Fayetteville, and the order hopes soon to have another new council in Little Rock. degrees of Columbianism this Sunday at an exemplication at 1:30 P.M. in the Tontitown Council chamber. District Deputy Harry Sbanotto and State Warden Louis Pianalto, who directed Agent John E. Bush said all Catholic men of the area in- terested in Columbianism will be welcome. He said the new council is being organized to serve the more populous area of the city and not to divide the PUBLISHER MOST REVEREND ANDREW J. McDONALD, D.D Blaopof Little Rock EDITOR REV. MONSIGNOR THOMAS L. KEANY, Ph.O. Mmmt St. Mary Academy Little Rock, Arkans 72207 MANAGING EDITOR MR. WILLIAM W. O'DONNEL Addnm All Dqrtmeflts P.O. Box FORREST PARK STATION -- ZIP Teletohoee Business Hours 4:30 P.M. Monda, Clad on Sahy, Of ObllgMkm. Hoelscher, Jr., Pebble S and Patty Sayers. North Little Rock - D F Blake; Rogers -- An, rq . lr-tl Marqms; Sheridan -- ,,. Backus; Tontitown -- IP t Sbanotto; Memphis, Tenl: I Maxine Hetherington; Phq mantown, Tenn. -- Toni 0fpa Collaborating with Fa!qu Joseph L. Pallo, diocesan Col director, co-directors were 8o] Lowe of Little Rock and H fre Bushkuhl of Fort Smith. (fr other priests on the inside  Re of the Search were Fe ! 1215 Garrison Avenue Phone 785-1524 Ft. Smith, Arkansas It * NEW & REBUILT SEWING MACHINES * fl * NEW & REBUILT VACUUMS * . KIRBY REPAIRS & SERVICE Almost half of the world's Fayetteville Council No. 6609 organization of the new council, membership of the existing --------_---_-_-..-_- - - - Catholic population lives in was instituted June 26 with 37 said Knights from the state's 27 Little Rock.' Little Rock men . , . '''ln ' -- -- Latin America Catholics in Council -- No 812 -- in downtown Fideles Levri of Huntsville: Father Ralph Reyes O C Don't buy a Latin America are members of charter members who will other councils are being invited will be free to join either raarymKe. buralar or fir the Third World and we are receive the second and third to attend. . --. "- members of the First   Initial steps toward council, he said. Father Pallo said the organization of a new council in The Knights of Columbus is a young adult Search is alarm: (developed or wealthy) World. voraciously consumes most of southwestern Little Rock will be Catholic, family, fraternal, tatively scheduled forl We are correctly seen by them the world's resources and taken this Sunday, July 21, at service organization open to all December. Those interestt CaUustirstorcalluslast. Butcallus as the greedy passenger on energy. We share the same 8:15 P.M. in St. Theresa's men over 18who are practical attendin may register_[ BEFORE you buy an alarm system, spaceship earth who hoards and hemisphere with Latin parish hall. Catholics. him at P.O. Box 7565, F We'll show you why the revolutk)n- , , an], tow-cost Flashguard break- II  I America, but we are first class K. of C. Insurance Field Bush said he is :available to Park Station, Little Rock, through gives perhaps the best II = __ 1 passengers on spaceship earth value in qlJality home-business I IL, narlrer I''b'l-| and they are traveling in secudty today You may save hun- |  I IIk_l dreds or thousands! Call for a no- I Im | R'==,| steerage with the majority of Funeral obligation demonstration and pro- , | a PUS.  II/l the world's poor people. They posalnow! ' | I;iLNUPI live in misery because our '1 Henry Lienhart | Christianity is only superficial Firms Merge I 1 )_BBJhlln11,u.__ ,' .I-sJlY size Bus available, from | and we are not willing to share ' ..... I .... 'I |school bus to luxury air con-| even our abundance. Little Rock -- Two of Through the National Arkansas' leading funeral Securit -umT u-,,m.uu"-"-;'- /|4q' Iditionedcoaches. I Collection for Latin America we homes, Griffin-LeggettFuneral Phone 847-0142 Rt. 1, Box 813 E, Bent P" . o,,,,,, ,.=wv, o-.u'o-"-e "------  ,HOUSTON'BIGELOW l make a small but sincere act of Home, Inc., and Healey and ?1 sharing and cooperating with Roth, both of Little Rock, have llllllllllllllllBlli lorth Little Rock, Ark. 72115 t l BUS INES I our fellow Catholics who share merged business operations, (|ARROW COACH UNr | our hemisphere and our fragile according to a joint an" : r'rlr '''T'IT "l- 1 Ul 7-6J8 I L 2715w.10th 666-98911 spaceship. So be as generous as nouncement by J. Harry : ........ you can. It's a very fragile Leggett, chairman of the board spaceship and we have such a of Griffin-Leggett, and John A. effechve ! long way to travel together. Healey, president of Healey and CYA PIo Y The merger will provide three II that's reall 1] r mortuaries -- the Griffin- n  Leggett facility at Capitol and B Pork Maza Center I uo' CLINTON Campout Chester Sts.., and Healey and :  Roth Funeral Home at 5800 Phone 664-2880 West 12th Street, and the Rest Bridal Registries FURNITURE CO. Dardanelle -- A weekend Hills Funeral Home, a Griffin- 1 Our Speciality . campout at the Delaware Leggett company, on the , I.Alll;.]Llllrfi,  Recreation Area on Lake Jacksonville freeway in North 219 North 14th St. P19 Rogers Ave. Fort Smith Dardanelle two miles west of Little Rock. 1 PHONE 783 881 Mrs. Joe (Marg Breen i - =, here is being planned by the The Griffin-Leggett Funeral I The Tutoring Center Pl Catholic Young Adults of the Home was established in Little diocese for Aug. 2-4. Rock in 1936 by Leggett, Frank L mm mm  mm III I I I I Ill I I mm I I E I tq AMERICA'S FINEST CARPET MOHAWK - LEF. Alford's EsL 1886 The House of Carpell 1020 Lexington DIAL 82-8616 PLUMBING HEATING CONTRACTING REPAIRING Residential -- Commercial O AUTOMATIC CONTROL SPECIALISTS Bender Brothers 432 Albert Pike-Fort Smith Phone 782-1430 Fort Smith, Ark. ARKANSAS VALLEY INSURANCE COMPANY INSUUNCE  REAL ESTATE -- HOME LOANS Clarence M. Sharum. Insurance Chas. L. Keck . Home Loans 615 G,M'ItSON Avz. FOnT SMI'rH Phone 783-! 114 Chris Chidester of Conway, and Paul Griffin. who is in charge of planning the Healey and Roth was CYA event, said participants originally Tindall and Corn- are expected to bring whatever pany, founded by W. H. Tindall they need, such as tents, cots, immediately after the Civil food and drink, a boat if they War. John J. Healey joined have one, and musical in- Tindallin 1894, and in 1905, C. A. struments. Roth joined the firm. The name The charge will be $2 per became Healey and Roth upon campsite per night. As many as Tindall's retirement. 10 persons can be ac- John A. Healey, a com- commodated at each campsite, municant of Holy Souls parish, Groups of young adults are has been active in the firm since invited, Chidester said, and 1932, and has served as young adults, he added, in- president since 1958. He is a cludes those who are in their member of the Knights of 30s. Columbus. The tentative schedule calls A native of Little Rock, for setting up camp Friday Healey is a graduate of the evening, Aug. 2, and then University of Arkansas and has getting together. Group prayer served on the Board of the will precede breakfast Saturday National Conference of morning. The day will be spent Christians and Jews for six in recreation. Mass is expected years. He was its regional to be offered at 7 P.M. Satur- chairman in 1972. day. Inspirational sessions will be held all three days. Young adults interested in attending the community campout or in further in- formation should contact Chris Chidester, SCA, Box 2056, Conway, Ark. 72032 or call him at 327-4340 in Conway. 'RESEARCH'CURBED Boston (NC) -- Massachusetts GoT. Francis Sargent has signed into law a bill that restricts experimentation on human fetuses. Edward L. Hoyt AGENT AUTO, LIFE, FIRE AND HEALTH INSURANCE Office 753-0834 Home 225-2713 the Pacesene00" Member FDIC and Federal Reserve System