Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 18, 1954 · Page 7
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ff'ifp- " V>*"J "--' '* f ~* f\'T ** ,SA, , March 18, 19S4 NEW INVALID AID—Effortless eating is provided by a mechanical feeder developed at Duke Hospital, Durham, N. C. Steel elbow on the stand raises forearm. Steel wrist and hand brace keeps arm straight, provides hook for utensils. Few Arkansas flospitals Accredited LITTLE ROCK, UP) — Nine Ar- ikansas hospitals, including two at [Fort Smith which a state official [called "outstanding," today received "provisional accrediation." The Joint Commission on Ac- [csftdiation of Hospitals put both irks Memorial Hospital and St. jEdward's.. Mercy Hospital of Fort mith rfn probation. Moody Moore, director of the tate Health Department's Hospi- [tals Division, said state officials aren't consulted by. he < Joint Com- jmission. He added that the commission never gives its reasons for handing out provisional accre- diations. ln our opinion, the two Fort ffh hospitals are outstanding hospitals and the only reason we can think of for this action is that both are in the midst of con- sruction programs a'nd might be a bit disorganized temporarily." Other hospitals placed, on the probationary list were;the University of Arkansas Hospital at Little Rock St. Hildegard's at Clarksville; Washington County Hospital at Fayclteville; Helena Hospital at Helena St. Bcrnard'tts at Jonesboro Lake Village Infirmary at Lake Village; and Community Methodist Hospital at Paragould. Twenty-two Arkansas hospitals received full accrediation, including the Crossett Health Center; Warner Brown Hospital at El Dorado; City Hospital at Fayetteville Leo N. Lev! Memorial at Fnyetteville Leo N. Levi (Memorial Hospital and St. Joseph's Infirmary at Hot Springs; St. Anthony's at Morrilton; Davis Hospital and St. Joseph's Infirmary at Morrilton Davis Hospital at Pine Bluff; Rogers Memorial Hospital at Rogers; St. Louis- Southwestern Hospital and St. Michael's Hospital at Texarkana and Crittenden Memorial Hospital at West Memphis. Nurses Study Patient Care Improvements LITTLE ROCK I/B — General duty nursing service in 10 Arkansas hospitals will be surveyed during the next 1 Omonths in study aimed at improving patient care. Mrs. Catherine B. Hockaday of Pine Bluff, president of .the Arkan- East Arkansas Gets More Highway Work LITTLE ROCK (UP). — A greater share of highway construction work has been done in the eastern part of Arkansas be cjuise there has been a greater need in that Section, Highway Director Herbert Eldridge said today. ,• Eldridge was asked for comment on published news stories of a large proportion of work in eastern Arkansas ( the home section of Gov. Grancis Cherry. The governor has repeated oh several occasions that he has not sought to influence the new five member highway commission in any way since it went into office In Jan uary, 1953. Commission spokesmen have said the governor has kept his promise. "There simply has been a greater need lot road construction in eastern Arkansas," Eldridge Spiel. "There is a larger population in that section and a larger number of motorists. Traffic counts are higher than in western Arkansas" Eldridge said also that the highway commission hopes to award at least $20,000,000 in road con- stuction contracts this calendar year. He said, however, that bids to date have been • so far below prebidding estimates of the cost of work that the commission is having a hard time contracting the money available. Candidates File for Off ices LITLE ROCK, , W) — Frank Snellgrove of Jonesboro today filed as a candidate for prosecuting attorney for the Second Judicial Circuit composed of Greene, Craighead, Poinsett, Cross, Mississippi, Crittenden arid Clay counties. . Snellgrove served as a representative in the 1953 General Assembly. He will oppose his fellow Craighead County representative Jerry L. Shell also of Jonesboro, and Ralph E. Wilson of Osceola for prosecutor. The incumbent, H. G. Partlow of Blytheville, will." run for cir- uit judge. sas State Nurses Association, s;aid $22,000 has been granted to the Arkansas group by the American Nurses' Association to make the survey. ; • ,. I follows a pilot study made recently at Davis Hospital in. Pine Bluff. Hospitals to be included in the survey have not been named. JBSS*T. \)uick 'n' easy to cook! In just a few, minutes you'll have white, tender, fluffy rice! Tempting ., . delicious! About 50 rtiillioh dollars has been. 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