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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, MAY 21, 1982 SubiaccoH00olds--95th Annual CommencementS' Subiaco -- The 95th Corn- year to the student who is student groups, years of attendancel mencement Exercises of outstanding in service, honor The Gold Medal for Good Subiaco, was presentedL,_ Subiaco Academy were held and leadership and who has Character, given to an up- Weinsinger, V-anBuren.l n recently in the quadrangle of been effective in fostering" perclassman who has proven Neumeiis, r ec.eiv.fa '" a the Main Building at Subiaco. good will among the various his character throughout his BronzeMed la for Activiti a, K Wins Essay Contest George G. Weihofen, Faithful Navigator of Knights of Columbus Fourth Degree Bishop A. L. Fletcher Assembly, is presenting a $50 government bond to Jeanette Weiand, sixth-grade winner of the Assembly's "I Am An American" essay contest. Mrs. M. Hill, a teacher at Cherokee Village Middle School, is shown. Miss Weiand's essay was judged best of all submitted. Host . Families S ,ught Houston, Texas - How often has the question, "How can I help create peace and un- derstanding in the world?" swept through your mind, when you heard or read about war and misunderstanding in the world outside the United States. To invite a teen-ager from a foreign country to live and learn in your home for one year or six months is one way to do it. Youth for Understanding (YFU), one of the largest non- profit, international high school student exchange programs, is looking for American families" in Arkansas to host international students from 23 countries. Volunteer Host Families provide room and board to their student, offering the same guidance and love given their own children. Clothing, spending money, insurance and other personal expenses are provided by the student's natural family and program St. Paul Girls Win State Title Pocahontas - St. Paul High School's girls track team won the Class B State Track Meet at Danville during the past week. Principal Harvey Hill said it was the first state title in any sport ever won by a St. Paul team. Karen Prince is the team coach. The squad won the 880 relay and had sufficient depth to win points in the other events for the victory. fees. While the student at- tends school, Host Families are eligible for a $50-monthly tax deduction. International students are required to have con- versational ability in English and are expected to par- ticipate as a family member, not a guest. For more information on becoming a Host Family call, collect, (713) 932-0066, or write to David Lintner, Regional Director, Youth for Un- derstanding, 1438 Campbell Road, Suite 208, Houston, Texas 77055. ['b MEDICAL RENTALS DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY- MAY 25th ELECT J SCOTTY REMLER !' i p Assessor i  Sebastian County l The o n ,CYa Fd: ,dYa C: rt i f led Paid for by Remler VOTE FOR RON RAIBLE FOR ASSESSOR Sestian County Democratic Primary MAY 25th . . STATE CERT!FIED Good.Pubhc Serv,ce .,Nz.,on Abbot Raphael DeSalvo, O.S.B., president of the Academy. presented diplomas to 46 seniors. His Excellency Andrew J. McDonald, Bishop of Little Rock, delivered the com- mencement address. Special recognition was given during the ceremonies to Doug Tyllick of Houston, Texas, valedictorian, and Steve Kranc of Altus, salutatorian. Among those receiving diplomas were 20 seniors from Arkansas. After the conferring of diplomas, awards and trophies were given to many of the students for their achievements during their years at Subiaco. The Coury Athletic Trophy, awarded to the student selected as the best all-around athlete of the year, went to Doug Reichert, Leonard, Texas. He was also the recipient of the Bronze Medal of Americanism, given each DONATES $38,500 Vatican City (NC) - Ar- chbishop Helder Pessoa Camara of Olinda and Recife, Brazil, gave Pope John Paul II $38,500 to aid charities in the Pope's native Poland. RE-ELECT W.E. (Gene) RAINWATER Democrat-Your State Senator from the 14th District Scott & Portions Of Sebastian, Polk & Logan Counties DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 25, 1982 16 Years Legislative Experience 4 Yrs. Ark. House of Representative12 Yrs. Ak. Senate I WANT TO CONTINUE TO SERVE AS YOUR SENATOR Pol. Ad Pd. for by W.E. (Gene) RoimmMr J The Miller Beer Distributors ,.- . ., Visit Your Local Tavern During May- t National Tavern Month " J00:il BURFORD DISTRIBUTING CO., FORT $