The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 8, 1950 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 8, 1950
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THUnSDAY, JUNE 8, 1950 (ARK.) COURIER PAGE THREE . Mental Health Survey Conducted in State FAYETTEVILLE. Ark., June 8.1 (/]>j _ First findings of a mental health survey being conducted by the University of Arkansas institute of science and technology wera announced yesterday. Amng the early conclusions were U||t. earlier treatment ot mental 9bs might have resulted in hundreds ot cures not now possible and follow-up care after release of patients from the slate honpltru probably would have prevented hundreds of readmissions. While the survey is statewide, a "guinea pig" survey of Washington County was completed fivst and used as the basis of these conclusions. ' SOI Mental Cases • The Washington County survey included 501 mental cases admitted to the state hospital since 1930. Dr. J. W. Coddington, director of the survey, said: "The simple fact ol our ;arly findings indicates clearly tiiat I (he state had a good program for finding these persons and gnttini them into the hospital earlier, i elease; 18 Ptr Cent In HoopiUl Eighteen per cent still are in the ospilal; That leaves 37 per cent who »'ere eleased and are living. Of those released, one-third fich ;ved belter personalities and ad- ustments than before; one-third .till possess symptoms of dlstnrb- mce but not as sever, und Jour out of ten now ar« hospitalized tnder readmission. would have fewer to Ucat in th< long run. "We found that tiiose admitted during the first year of their illness had i much better recovery rote, shorter hospHalufltion and' fewer readmifisions," Readmissions Shown He added that the survey also showed that many readmlssions brought on by Uia return (Jf released Accents to the same environment flflch sent them to the hospital originally and by the lack of care alter release. Other facts learned about Washing ton Coun ty'• pa Men fcs R t the state hospital: . Thirty-two per cent ot them died In the hospital; Thirteen per cent died aHei their Philippine President Would Welcome Troops MANILA, June 8. OT—Preatden Eluidto Quirlno said yesterday he would welcome additional America: Iroops in the Philippines. He told a news conterence he doubted there was any move li Washington "to take over" tl> Philippines. But, asked what hi reaction would be if the Unite Stales were to greatly'increase It. Uoops here, Qulrino replied: "That would be favorable. 1 wou' welcome It. Especially in view . i troubled conditions in this part i the world." lay as two heavy 6l**l girders being placed atop the Arkuiisa* livestock show coliseum here collapsed. An official of the Baldwin Co., contractor on the project, said the heavy sUrel beams, being ereoied to ' was Injured seriously. support n new roof on the building, were struck by nnotlier be:un which was being swung atop the building by a cruue. He said neither ot the workmen TURKISH LEADER — Celal Bayar (above), son ol a school teacher, Is Ihu new President ot Turkey following lha victory of the Liberal Democratic parly In receul elections. Mr; Nichols Dies In Little Rti. L . LI'lTLB ROCK, J«D4 I. Grace Reinhardt Nichols, 85, of Dei Arc died In a Little Rock hoipiUl yesterday. She was the wife of Henry Nichols, president of the Farmers and Merchants Bank of Des Arc and of the Des Arc Lumber Company She also Is survived by her son. Shuford R. Nichols. Des Arc cotton man. • Funeral services will be conducted at the Des .Arc Presbyterian Church at 2:30 p.m. Thursday. Workmen Injured At Show Coliseum LITTLB ROCK. June 8. 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