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PAGE 12 THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 14, 1969 Receives Air Medal U. S. Coast Guard Lt. James C. Quinn, right, of North Little Rock, receives the Air Medal at Tuy Hoe Air Base in Vietnam from Lt. Col. Noble M. Webster, commander of the 39th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Service. Lieutenant Quinn was decorated for meri- torious achievement while assigned at ClarkAir Base in the Philip- pines. He was cited for outstanding airmanship and courage on suc- cessful and important missions completed under hazardous con- ditions in support of the United States operations in Southeast Asia. The lieutenant is now serving at Tuy Hoe in a unit of the Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Service. A 1949 graduate of N.R. Crozier Technical School, Dallas, he attended North Texas Uni- versity. He was commissioned through the Naval aviation cadets program. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Reamer, 301 West Woodruff, North Little Rock. They are communicants of Immaculate Conception parish. (U.S. Air Force Photo) Subiaco Lists Honor Students Subiaco -- The honor roll at New Subiaco Academy for the first nine weeks of the current term has been announced. On the list are: Anthony Jos- eph Kessler, VincentJamesGrie- semer, Philip Thomas Hannay, Gary John Robert, Samuel Phil- ip Mansour, David Anthony Rust, Stanley Eugene Pushkarsky, Den- nis Ray Bauer, Gregory Donald Eckart, Michael Louis Wolf and Charles Harold Allen. Also Louis Andrew Griesemer, William Paul Schneider, Sidney Frank PuckeR, John Joseph Gar- vey, Anthony Joseph Greuel, Joseph Martin Schriver, Harley Eugene Lyon, Kenneth Edward Stengel, John Ray Servatius and James Randal Edelhuher. Also Rufus Robert Washington, Mark Shawn Boerner, Henry Alfred (Rusty) Barham, John Carl Burton, John Dee Bouerlein, Mich- ael Thomas Schneider, Philip Mansour, John Paul Erdman, Frank Robert Luke and John Nicholas Malgeri. Also John Paul Flusche, Louis George Forst, Jack Earl Gilbert, Dennis Ray Willmann, Jerome David Robbins, Henry Russell Moore, Lambert LouisVogelpohl, David Dearie Warren, JohnRenry Willems and Carl Christopher Greuel. The following students have also been singled out by the Academy for notable achievement during the same grading period, and form the Academy's Faculty List; Christopher H. Pinkel, Rich- ard L. Gaskell, W. Gregory Len- sing, Peter J. Post, Michael Jackson, David L. Friou, Emil C. Zeiler, Edward J. Hanlon, John G. Hasler, R. Kirk Zannbrecher, JackE. Trem- ble and John M. Coats. Also John P. Hall, Paul J. Post, Gregory M. Aydt, Edward G. Schloss, D. Max Watters, Robert L. Beuerlein, Samuel J. Forst, David P. Voth, Kevin P. Buck and W. Alan Lachowsky. Also John B. Zimpel, Mark S. Tinsley, Steven M. Thinnes, Joe M. Van Horn, Peter G. Head, James B. O'Donnell, Char- les E. Howard, Richard A. Barbosa, David A. Sprehe and Leonard A. Erdman. Also Brendan P. Noebels, POSTS fine whes ,c, 1880 ,,"ao.a ttnib wlan wrm Ilnee 11180 POST WINERY, INC. ALTUS, ARKANSAS i 468-2741 i Bomb Blasts Vocation Director's TWO Ro,e Seen Chonged Surround Church Hamilton, Mass, (NC)--The In Paraguag Asuncion, Paraguay (NC)-- A bomb exploded near the altar in Christ the King church here while Father Jose M. Munarriz, S.J., was celebrating Mass, but no one was injured. Christ the King church was the center of recent violence by po- lice during student unrest con- nected with the expulsion of Fa- ther Francisco de Paula Olive, S.J., from the country. The church is located near the school of philosophy of the Catholic University. Father Munariz, in addition to teaching at the school -- as Fa- ther Oliva had -- is co-editor of the national Catholic weeklyCom- unidad, which has charged police brutality in Christ the Klngchurch and other places. Father Munarriz found a second bomb in the central section of the church and disconnected its de- tonator. Police said they are investigating the bombing. On the last Sunday of October all Masses were suspended in Asnncion churches as a protest against the beatings of several priests, many of them Jesuits, and the manhandling of nuns and youths. Archbishop Anibal Mena Porta of Asuncion declared that Goa National izes Two Catholic Hospitals Panjim, India (NC) -- The gov- ernment of the indian union ter- ritory of Goa has nationalized two private Catholic hospitals here following legislation adopted last month by the local assembly. The Sacred Heart of Mary hos- pital of Margao and the Our Lady of Miracles hospital at Mapuca were taken over under laws auth- orizing the government "to make better provision for the control, management and maintenance" of the institutions. Charles E. Schluterman, Mack M. Harrison, John M. Mahaffey, Stephen W. Smyth, Billy T. Wil- liams, Joe Paul Klabzuba, Hun- tington Hedges, Donald M. Dura and John F. Mead. Also Michael O. Martin, Chris- topher A. Mouton, Maurice P. Walsh, Michael E. Kraus, Char- les F. Paris, M. Fred Stockner, Adrian J. Naquin, Michael n. Barrett, John J. Etzkorn and Richard F. Lamb. Student's P reaching In School Yard Upheld Oakland, Calif. (NC) -- A public high school student's constitu- tional rights were violated when his principal sent him home for preaching religion on the school grounds, according to Alameda County counsel Richard J. Moore in an opinion delivered to the Fremont, Calif., United School District. The 18-year-old student was sent home by his principal be- cause he refused to stop talking about God. He did not get back into class for a day and a half, after a conference with his par- ents and the principal. Moore said the student "was not violating any law in speaking to his fellow students in the school yard during lunch hour." The principal, it was said, felt such activity was unconstitutional under the doctrine of separation of church and state. national director of vocations for the Carmelite order said here the popular image of a vocation dir- ector as a recruiter and a super- saleman for Christ is an anach- ronism. Father John Russell, O. Carm., reporting the results of vocation directors' meeting here, pointed out that "no one is getting very many people today because the tra- ditional method of a vocation man 'going on the road' to give 'pep talks' to ignite a kid's interest in the priesthood is outdated 15 years." The primary function of today's vocation man, Father Russell said, is to "give out good information and good counsel to a good pros- pect. The old emphasis on num- bers can no longer be a major concern in our time." those responsible for the injur- ies to the priests and nuns had incurred excommunication. Among officials directly re- sponslble for the repressive acts are Interior Minister Sabino Mon- tanaro and Police Chief Francisco Brltez. Both are personal friends of President GenoAlfredoStroes- sner, and were prominent among his guests at his birthday party Nov. 4. Church Chicago (NC) -- ble mystery at the pile on Jackson once was St. church. A wrecking firm crane to lower a bronzebell from the tower of the old church But the job already had -- sometime during persons and methods Ray Nardi, head of the firm, was at a loss the heavy bell was the belfry. The best do was: "It happened wean." But there the ground indicating bell had been lowered dragged toward the said even as scrap the worth more than $1,000. Equally mysterious appearance of a heaVY Madonna statue taken church a few weeks disappeared. Arkansas Valley Church, Shoppers ALTUS-St. Mary'! Church. Sunday Masses= 8:00 CLINTON--(Station). and 10:00 a.m. Holyday Masses= 8:00 and (Legion Hut). 10=00 s.m. and 7=00 p.m. IOONEVILLE--AuuIptioa Church. Sunday Mill, 9=00 a.m. Holyday Mass: 5=00 p.m. State Sanatwlum, (First Floor, Nyberg Bldg.) Sunday Mass: 7:30 p.m, Holyday Me,s: 7:30 p.m. CLARKSVILLE -- Holy Redeemer Church. Sunday Masses: 7:30 and 10=30 a.m. Holyday Masses: 8:00 a.m. and 7=00 p.m. MORRILTON -- Sacred Heart Masses: 7=00, 9:00 and !] Masses: 6:00 and 8:00 a.m. PARIS-- St. Jeseph's 7:00 end 9=00 e.m. and 8:30 a.m. and 7=30 P. ln" RUSSELLVILLE -- St. John's Masses: 7:00 and 10=30 a.m, 6:30 and 11:30 e.m. 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