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THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 7, 1969 PAGE 7 Velt00 , Michael Hospital J000! 1 ans tioI itrne ' !S. 'i pens Elaborate New nsive Care Unit x rkana, Ark. -- A new cla- Pt( Intensive_care unit is now ( 'arian in St Michael Hos- l re. !I a six bed, self-contained Sllg Care center" for ser- l t 1 ill or injured patients. The bll- Will provide necessary eat, drugs andpersonnelto cdlq r ' large variety of medical } glCal emergencies. i SPacious nrivate rooms are l le "  as Well as semi-private odations for four patients. BLUE HILL Grocery & The new unit is staffed around the clock by professional regis- tered nurses, who have beenspec- icily trained. Licensed practical nurses who have demonstrated exceptional nursing skill in emergency man- agement of trauma or serious medical cases are also on hand. The center utilizes the latest in cardiac monitoring equipment pro- viding remote monitoring of a patient's heartbeat to a central desk in the unit. A tasteful environment is provided for recuperating pa- tients. Fixtures are orange col- ored and furnishings are yellow. Special strategically located over-bed wall consoles provide Retreatants from Stuttgart, Fifteen members of the Catholic Youth Organ- ization of Holy Rosary parish, Stuttgart, and Holy C ross parish, Crossett and Hamburg, made a retreat at New Subiaco Abbey's Coury House February 21-23. Pictured with them are Mr. and Mrs. John Senko of Stuttgart and Tom Flana- gan of Crossett, who accompanied the two groups. The retreatmaster was The Rev. David Flusche, O.S.B., left foreground. The Rev. Herbert Vogelpohl, O.S.B., left rear, the Crossett, Hamburg Abbey's retreat director, and The Rev. Frowin Schoech, O.S.B., assisted Father David. The retreatants are Sonny Chauvin, Hope Hartz, Tommy Luebker, David Scherm, David Simpson, Roger Strabala, Jennifer Trahan and Mary Ellen Walton, all of Stuttgart; Melanie Drake, Greg Webband Kathleen Webb, all of Hamburg; and Mark Flanagan, Steven Noble, Richard Raybon and Alan Walling, all of Crossett. oxyen sue*ionb*oodpessure ,,W L k O'00T l!i i __ ...lllllgll electrical circuits and lighting. A Frilh Meat complete, personalized stock of aS e m es Hi erie..Fee,, dru=s, intravenous solutions, in-. At St J hns S iobil Gas l Oils struments anddresslngs arewth- :QNWAY PIKE inarm's reach. * 0 eminary I Mrs. Crl ,Z.IK, Owner The cardiac intensive care c en- Little Rock -- The tread of sem- annual retreat at St. John's. UL 1-1575 ter is additionally equipped with inarians resounded once again in The Right Rev. Msgr. James E.  special electrocardiogram mach- recent days at St. John'sSeminary O'Connell, rector of St. John's, , ines that provide staff physicans here. offered daily Mass and preached a  with printed tracings of a PC-Fourteen candidates for Major homily. Conferences were con-AKKAINiAc%. b,._ -mtmL. tient's heart action 12 seconds Orders at Notre Dame Seminary, ducted by His Excellency Bishop ' O' imm..--, before the onset of a heart at- New Orleans, chose to make their Albert L. Fletcher, Monsxgnor - I ' " tack, and during the actual at- . Connell and selected priestsof the ' l,Ai ILI  tack and eight seconds after the has built-in equipment that will be Little Rock diocese. TITTfJ | condition has been corrected, needed in the future to send by There was some lay participa- - TTIpIO I In addition, a special telephone television micro-wave relay or teen during seminar workshops as  system has been installed in the special telephone hook-up, a pc- the seminarians heard discussion M Sll center whereby the patient's per- tient's heart rate, bloodpressur% of the kind of priests they are ex- 11 Banal physician can be in touch temperature and other pertinent pected to be.  For with the center immediately from ,lmp  his offices or if, at night, from information to special treatment Five of the retreatants are centers across the nation for eval- candidates for the priesthood in I !Ep [u'/- his home. nation by other medical special- the Diocese of Nashville, Tenn. V| The intensive care center also ists. Three are studying for the Arch- IU t PORK  i Should the need arise, the new diocese of New Orleans, and one 'C, k >" ,..RI PORK SAUSAGE ,. center is also equipped with em- each is preparing for the Dioceses ergency stand-by electrical power of Little Rock, Camden, Charles- 1  aZNITe,li/) a t0 prOvide cOntinuity 0/ care and ton' Alexandria' Green Bay and /yli I I patient monitoring. Madison. Because of the medical impor- The Arkansas seminarian is tance of complete rest to pa- Howard Deemer. Others are tients cared for in the center, George Schmidt, Edward Mc- special visiting hours will be i Keown, William Gahagan, Tim- :e S:3 LoItlOMR: ie ! EASn::?i:::D  cx' A'x"sAs effect' and will be limitedt mem- thy Lynch' Jel Weirich' Jseph bers of the immediate family. Rodgers, Ed Bolger, Jim Clark, A special waiting room has been Ken Ryan, Gary Ault, Paul Cea- h|,ne LOcust 5 1535 ,,-- . . provided, adjacent to the en- Bar, Nick Johannes and Dave Ba- te the new center on ker. trance the second floor of the hospital. ,  L mance during Lent were dis- | iii!ii!iiii "IA-----,o ..,./'! '-' iiiiiiiii' "1 lit Elepnants cussed February 25 at a meeting I ill iiliil / at which ChuckProctor, president, i nemember " ]1 Pie sial:rifle ns gglhne re made  !'i iiiiiii;i 617 Spring St.--Little Rock--Fa 4-SZ06 iiiiiii Christian Mother's Society was .......... INCOME TAX held in the new rectory of Holy i::i::i::i::ill !:':'ii , Redeemer Church with newly- ::::!i::i::::::::i i!!i!i!i!il !i elected officers presiding. 'They ::::ii::::iii:::: i are: president, Mrs. James Hugh- ii::!::iiiiii i,: es; vice president, Mrs. Leonard i::iiiii::i::i crry i iiiii! !| PQchydermhove probl .... BOTH i Raible; treasurer, Mrs. Jack hcw about people? The eosy FEDERAL Waiters; and publicity chairman, ""llWer--tak. your return AND I Mrs. HenryC. Johnson, Jr. !ii '! to BLOCK. Our ,ystem of )'lU will receive every legit- was moderator. Plans were dis- "l ' i,.t. deduction: Come in  Cussed to continue sewing can- A lONG, LONG TI,F : '1.,.  UP cer pads for the missions andhost- iliiiiii[iii AS HE X :   OUARANT'|: ,, ing a sewing meeting this summer BAND INSTRUMENT i Ill '.e guarantee accurate preparation of every tax rltturn; III in the parish hall. : III !f we make any errors that ost you any pena y III It was voted to have a game day ' ' " :::::;::i:: al A/ intenatty or interest, after every other meeting to raise ::::i:i:::::i:! I , i funds for the various charities and :i:::::::::::i:: 00IAIIL . missions. The next meeting will be held on :iiili LI ' rica s Largest Tax Service with Over 3000 Offices March 24 at 1:30 P.M. in the :i-iii(,,:: .......... =====.====....================:===:".:========::=====:.T..==============.=..`===.=====.==.===..`.========= = -' ..... parish hall A social will follow, i!ii!ii:!iiiii!!iiii!!ii!iiiii!::!iiii:`:!iiiiiiiiiiiiii!iii!iiii!i!iii!ii!iii..`.!i!i!..`..!!!i!i!i:`....`:::ii:1.`.:!..```