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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 4, 1969 Video Tape Machine Installed Darrel Huddleston, director of public relations at St. Edward Mercy Hospital, Fort Smith, left, and Bud Wicks, director of Physical Therapy, go over final details before using newly- acquired television equipment. St. Edward recently purchased a Sony video tape machine, television camera with zoom lens, a microphone with two connections and large monitor to be used for hospital education and later for in-room telecasting. Catholic Radio Station Bombed in Bolivia Siglo Viente, Bolivia (NC) -- The Pope Pius XH radio station in this mining town was damaged by two bombs that exploded within a few days of each other. The station is part of a chain serving the radio schools in the Bolivian mountain ranges that are operating with the help of Can- adian missionaries. Meanwhile, Clemente Cardinal Maurer of Sucre delivered a note to Bolivian President Rene Barrientos, charging that the government has failed to comply with the settlement negotiated in 1968 for better working conditions and higher wages for Bolivian tin miners. 23 on Honor R011 at Subiac0 Subiaco -- Twenty- three Subiaco Academy students were named to the honor roll for the third nine week's period, it was announced in a student assembly by The Rev. Anselm Sheehan, O.S.B., dean of men. An honor student at the academy is one who is outstanding amoung fellow students and has earned a scholastic average of 86 or above with no grade below 80. Toney Kessler, a junior, again heads the list with a 98.14 aver- age, followed by freshman, Rick Gaskell with 96.83. Others mak- ing the honor roll are: David Rust (96.38), Vincent Griesemer (96.00), Greg Lensing (96.00), Frank Yuckett (95.57), Philip Haimay (95.17), Dennis Bauer (95.00), Joe Hasler (94.00), Joe Shriver (93.83), Tim Andrepont (93.00), Grier Warren (92.80), John Beuerlein (92.6q), David Warren (92.17), Michael Wold (9Z.17), Mark Boerner (92.00), Anthony Greuel (90.43), John Flusche (90.33), Lui Appling (90.00), Robert Beuerlein(88.17), Frank Luke (87.57), and Greg Eckart (87.50). At the same assembly, other students were recognized for scholastic achievement during the quarter. They were named to the Faculty List. 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Improves nitrogen nodula- tion of root systems. H,qRTZ S(00D (0. I I Returned from Convention Sister Judith Marie, R.S.M., assistant administrator of St. Mercy Hospital, Fort Smith, and Robert W. McCuistion, clare administrator, go over material which they 12th Congress on Administration held recently in Chicago. four day conference was sponsored by The American Colle[ Hospital Administrators. HAPPY EASTER? HEREJS HOWl THE HOLY FATHER'S MISSION AID TO THE ORIENTAL GIVE SOME HAPPINESS TO A CHILD HAPPINESS IS A SISTER HAPPINESS IS A HOME OF THEIR OWN HAPPINESS IS CLOTHING HAPPINESS IS A SCHOOL When are you happiest? Happiness lies ing. You're happiest when you give the people who need you most .... A for instance, hums with happiness wher bathes and dresses her baby. A good nut ways has time for a smile. Good fathers at their work .... The best sort of volves more than writing checks--still, ter can you help the children now whO you overseas? Boys and girls who are lepers, deaf-mutes, orphans--your money large and small, will feed them, teach cure them, give them a chance in life... to be happier this Easter? Give some to a child. You'll be happy, too! ;) In Erumathala, south India, a young Ir in training to be a Sister of the learn, among other things, how to ca orphans. Her training costs $300 al ($12.50 a month, $150.00 a year), a vestment for a Sister's lifetime of to be her sponsor? We'll send you her nafn' she will write to you. qF For only $200 in Ernakulam you car decent house for a family that now the sidewalks. Simply send your cheCk Archbishop Parecattil will write to also. AL qllr Brighten the heart of a blind boy in Strip (where Samson lived). $3 gives $5 clothes, $10 a set of braille &IL Where there is none in south India, build a six-room permanent school $3,200. Archbishop Mar Gregorios the village, supervise construction thank you. The children will pray for you may name the school for saint, in your loved ones' memoryl Dea r Monsignor Nolan: Please return coupon with your offering THE CATHOLIC STREET CITY ___ STATE ZIP NEAR EAST WELFARE ASS NEAR MI MOST REV. TERENCE J. COOKE, pres MSGR. JOHN G. NOLAN, National SeCl Write: CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE: 330 Madison Avenue. New York, Telephone: 212/YUkon 6-5840