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THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 5, 1969 PAGE 13 inal Intensifies ti-C0mmun00st Effort tless Lebanon [NC)-- A strong to Arab Christians to shun and adhere to Chris- Was issued here by Paul Meouchi, Mar- Patriarch of Antioch, as up his anti-communist coincident to an appeal to Pope Paul VI from Christian Europe to the Middle East prob- cardinal has widened his operations against com- delegating a group of leaders to direct and people against "evil- have entered your ranks sow principles which with Christian- been the target attacks and visited from all parts of expressing solidarity anti-communist views. Meouchi has declared that his national ac- In no way are intended him in politics but that he is concerned only with com- batting communism because of its atheistic principles. Cardinal Meouchi is leader of the largest Christian community in Lebanon and by tradition a spir- itual and temporal figure of con- siderable influence. Declaring that Christianity and communism and the duties of a believing Christian and a com- munist are incompatible, the car- dinal said "Christianity is a re- ligion founded on the worship of one God, belief in His omnipre- sence and His commandments... It is also based on the belief after death that man returns to God in another world and there must answer for his deeds on earth," he stressed. Communism, he said, is the exact opposite, a materialistic philosophy with no relationship to spiritual values, a worldly doc- trine which recognizes no heaven and which denies the existence of God and the idea of divinity. The cardinal said communism Panel Discussion Planned for Tonight This was a planning session for a panel discussion to be held tonight, December 5, in Our Lady of Good Counsel school cafeteria at 7:30 o'clock. From the left are Leroy Sitzler, Dennis Faltynski and Mrs. Faltynski, Mrs. Bill Hanson and Mr. Hanson. To be discussed is a film entitled "Worship in a New Key - Development of the Liturgy." The panel will be composed of The Rev. John Doyle, The Rev. AlbertSchneider, The Rev. Robert Torres, The Rev. Robert Dienert, Sister Mary Debora, R.S.M., Sister Mary Ricarda, R.S.M., Mr. and Mrs. Faltynski and Mr. and Mrs. Hanson. There will be no admission charge. The public has been invited to attend. will never succeed in the Arab countries because the Arabs will not accept it or permit it to grow. In the meanwhile, Jordan's Christian patriarchs, bishops and cardinals called on Pope Paul VI and Ecumenical Orthodox Patri- arch Athenagoras I of Constanti- nople to "help end the tragedy of the Holy Places and the Mid- die East." In a letter to the Pope and patriarch, the Jordan leaders ask- ed for the recovery of Jerusalem and other holy places, repatria- tion of refugees and the establish- ment of peace in the Holy Land. The letter charged that the at- titude of Christian states in Eur- ope and of the U.S. is influenced by Zionist propaganda. Keep Current READ The Guardian PINTER , Hot -- A Requiem Mass November 20 in Sa- Church here for Mrs. Pinter who was heart attack. He made his home Joseph Hantchek, officiated at the Mass ,pr,n,s Van Bur. St. Sablna and Mary Mission at Jenny Lind. A Rosary service with Father Kane officiating was held the evening preceding the funeral in Ocker Memorial Chapel. Mr. Reynolds died suddenly No- vember 15 after suffering a the homily. In were The Rev. Kuhn, chaplain at St. s Hospital; The Rev. Maus, pastor of St. parish, Center Ridge; Rev. Martin J. Conroy, pastor of St. Joseph's Conway. service was held in Chapel the evening pre- the funeral. Pinter was born in Mor- 28, 1884, a daugh- and Helen Kempf She made her home on Route P. She ill since June 1966. include three daugh- Pinter Millard of City Mo., Agnes Pinter of Watsonville, Calif., Pinter Siebenmorgen of seven sons, Joe Pinter John Pinter of Calif.; Phillip Pinter Heights, Calif., Hen- of Napa, Calif., Carl f Grass Valley, Calif., hinter of Memphis, and of Morrilton; 47 grand- and 11 great grand- were Joe, Carl F., A.J., Herman and at 302 Meyer Drive. Survivors include his wife, Dor- othy Reynolds; two sons, Wilson J. Reynolds and Thomas E. Rey- nolds, both of the home; a sis- ter, Mrs. Margaret Yates of Miami, Fla.; a half sister, Mrs. Florence Holley of Antlers, Okla.; and a half brother, Robert Langs- dale of Fort Smith. Burial was in Holy Cross Cem- etery. MRS. KATHERINE PUGH Van Buren -- A Requiem Mass was offered in St. Michael's Church here November 18 for Mrs. Katherine Pugh, mother of Conrad O. Pugh, a Van Buren attorney. The Rev. William E. Kane, pas- tor, officiated at the Mass and preached the homily. Father Kane also conducted a Rosary service in the family home the evening preceding the funeral. Mrs. Pugh who was 80 years old, was a life long resident of Van Buren and the widow of Thomas Pugh. She died Novem- ber 14 in a Van Buren rest home. Mrs. Pugh was a member of St. Michael's Altar Society. She is survived by another son, Tom David Pugh of Midland, Tex.; and one grandchild. Burial was in Forrest Park Cemetery in Fort Smith. FRANK E. MANZER, SR. Hot Springs -- A Requiem Mass for Frank E. Manzer Sr., 4Z, was offered in St. Mary's Church No- vember Z4 by The Rev. Thomas McVeigh Smith, assistant in the Diocesan Social Service Depart- SZ Om,TUA.I[S PAGE: 14 Step into the Old World at WINE LAND You have a cordial invitation to visit the Wiederkehr Wine Cellars, the oldest and largestwinery 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. anddinner 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 468-2011 GOOa Appetite- WIEDERKEHR WIEDERKEHR WINE CELLARS, INC. ALTUS, ARKANSAS U. S. HIGHWAY 64 R. REYNOLDS -- Funeral services in St. Michael Church 17 for Wilson R. a retired druggist who year. William E. Kane, pas- at the Mass and the homily. He praised for his interest in in the community and he had taken in ,/