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PAGE 14 THE GUARDIAN, OCTOBER 3, 1969 Pocahontas, Batesville K. of C. Units Install New Officers James D. Brachett Keep Current Read The Guardian James D. Brackett of Pocahon- tas was recently installed as Faith- ful Navigator of the Father Eu- gene Weibel Assembly, Fourth De- gree, Knights of Columbus, and Donald C. Degitz was installed as Grand Knight of the Batesville Council at a September meeting in the clubrooms. State Master Robert S. Peters and C. J. Wurtz formed the in- stalling team in Pocahontas and District Deputy John A. DeClerk with the aid of Mr. Brackett in- stalled the officers in Batesville. The Rev. Patrick M. Lynch is the Faithful Friar of the Fourth Degree Knights at Pocahontas and The Rev. Herman B. Strassle was named as chaplain to the Bates- ville group. Serving with Mr. Brackett will be John A. DeClerk, faithful cap- tain; John ,4,. Wilson, faithful pil- ot; Jim J. Baitz, faithful comp- troller; George J. Edwards, faith- ful scribe; Thomas B. DeClerk, faithful purser; Hosea H. Wright, faithful admiral; W.S. Davis of Jonesboro, inner sentinel; and F. A. Martin, Jr., of Paragould, out- er sentinel. Leo Steimel was named a trus- tee. The installation followed a social hour and banquet at the Hillcrest Motel restaurant. Guests and wives of members were present. Father Lynch talked on the ecumenical council. The assembly is made up of Knights f r o m Jonesboro, Para- gould, Engleberg and Pocahontas. Officers who will serve with Grand Knight Degitz are John B. Akers, deputy grand knight; Wal- lace L. Galney, chancellor; Ar- nold T. Bax, financial secretary; Dr. William C. Beller, recording secretary; Mark Smith, warden; Paul Schivey, treasurer; Paul F. Strecker, advocate; and Keith G. Collins, guard. Trustees named were Herman Miller for one year, Wilford Stur- ch for two years and Anthony J. Beckman for three. Guests for the installation were State Deputy John H. Shields and State Master Peters. Grand Knight Degitz announced the recent fish fry was such a success that another is planned for October, the date to be announced. Step into the Old World at @00ederh@ WINE LAND You have a cordial invitation to visit the Wiederkehr Wine Cellars, the oldest and largest winery in the Southwest. The whole family will enjoy a guided tour of the vineyards and the wine cellars where our fine wines are made and aged. Browse and gift-shop in the quaint Chalet Suisse, then dine in the Wein Keller Restaurant. It has the rustic charm of an Alpine Mountain Inn and features authentic Swiss cuisine served in the con. tinental manner. Lunch is from 11:30 to 1:30 p.m. and dinner from 5:00 until 10:00 p.m. daily, closed Sunday. Enjoy a gourmet meal, accented with your choice of Wiederkehr dinner and dessert wines. Plan a trip soon to Wiederkehr Wine Land atop St. Mary's Mountain at Altus, Arkansas. It's like stepping into the Old World of Swiss charm, grace and hospitality. DINNER BY RESERVATION- Phone 468-3551 or 468-2611 O0od Appetite- WIEDERKEHR WIEDERKEHR WINE CELLARS, INC ALTUS, ARKANSAS U. S. HIGHWAY 64 5erra Honors TV's Ed McMahon Chicago (NC) -- The Serra In- ternational Foundation with head- quarters here awarded television personality Ed McMahon a Serra Mission Bell in recognition of his efforts on behalf of promoting re- ligious vocations. McMahon provided the narra- tion for the foundation's slide film "Generations of influnce," currently being seen in som$ 300 U. S. cities for the $1 million Vocation Challenge Fund program of the Serra Foundation. Thomas A. Lewis, foundation president, made the presentation. Businesses Held Unfair To Private Schools Cincinnati (NC)-- The president of Ohio Citizens for Educational Freedom, a group urging state aid to nonpublic schools, has charged that some business firms here were unfair in contributing to the cost of public relations for Cin- cinnati public schools. They were unfair, he said, to "the 60,000 nonpublic school child- ren and their parents in Hamilton County" -- which includes Cincin- nati. James Condit said in a state- meat that "the private firms are discriminating against the non- public school parents, children and friends by contributing funds to maintain and improve quality education for the public school children only." Calling for disclosure of the names of the contributing firms, Condit said "while it may be necessary to help the Cincinnati public schools to pass operating levies and bond issues through the use of a local public relations firm, it is equally important to help maintain and improve equality education in the nonpublic schools. It ispast time that these companies should contribute an equal amount per child to the students attending public and nonpublic schools.', Condit said "we believe a very significant number of their con- sumers and employees will be listening for an explanation from the management of these compan- ies." InformatiOn l Russell Shaw, lleations National Association, since 1966, and NC News Service, ha pointed director ofO vision of Photo) : 01iveton Repres National Jonesboro -- Mother Boeckman, O.S.B., Holy Angels ed a major religious meeting in St. LouiS, tember 19-20. Sister Pond, subprioresst her. The major speakers! ing were: The Rev, Heston, C.S.C.,. of the gregatlon of Reli Aldan C. Kavanagh, the University of Auxiliary Bishop J. Yl. beck of Detroit, Bernard E. Congregation for theme developed by was "Challenge of the The officials of the Community also the Benedictine held at St. Emma's Greensburg, Pa. 16. The Abbot Rembert Weakling, legio San Anselms, ducted the retreat. London (NC) -- Though he is confident that Anglican reunion with Rome is on the way, the 64- year-old Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Michael Ramsey, said here he does not expect to live to see it. At a Westminster Abbey ceremony here noting his 40th year of ordination, Archbishop Ramsey said the failure of recent Anglican conventions to give the necessary 75 per cent majority to the scheme for reunion with the Methodists was a great disappoint- ment to him. "I believe," he said, "that the Church of England has a middle role to achieve unity with the non- Episcopal Churches and at the same time reach out to Rome. "I have been trying under my own leadership to keep both these things in view. We have been reaching out in both directions con- sistenfly." He said he hopes that the same Anglican-Me t he dis t proposals "will come back before fact that the Me is a good sign." At the same time, hesitated to regard union as the facing the Church. Tile principle should be witness to God. He spoke of the church membership cline of interest in Two world wars, and the expansion of a ous urban industrial altered church life, he The Church, he what was happening the trend has sought vices had been parochial system But, he said, the to do more. R interested in itself as tution, but should concern for God and munity, he concluded. Anglican Archbishop Foresees Reunion With