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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, JUNE 25, 1982 New Wing at St. Vincent Infirmary Ground-breaking ceremonies were held recently for construction of a new wing (artist's sketch above) for cardiac and cancer service, 76 additional beds, a new kitchen and cafeteria, out-patient facility and data processing section at St. Vin- cent Infirmary, Little Rock. Sister Margaret Vincent Blandford, S.C.N., president and chief executive officer at SVI, presided along with His Excellency Bishop Andrew J. McDonald of Little Rock. St. Edward's Receives 3-Year Accreditation Fort Smith -- St. Edward awarded and is given only to Mercy Medical Center has hospitals found to be in received fullaccreditationfor compliance with the Joint a period of three years from Commission standards for the Joint Commission on quality patient care. The Acc?editationofHospitais. standards are designed to The three-year term is the encourage maximum longest possible accreditation achievable operating methods and represent goals against which a hospital may CARDINAL NAMED measure itself. Vatican City (NC) -- John The accreditation process Cardinal Krol of Philadeiplnia itself is voluntary, but failure has been named to the Holy to gain accredited status from See's Prefecture for the Joint Commission could Economic Affairs, said a jeopardize reimbursement Vatican announcement, from public and private in- Cardinal Krol, 71, has headed surers and hamper a the Philadelphia Archdiocese hospital's efforts to recruit since 1961 and is on two other and retain competent Vatican bodies, professional staff members. FORT SMITH OFFICE SUPPLY "Your One Stop Office Products Shopping Center" 812 Garrison 782-0311 o, NORTH ,,;H ITA1AN ITAURANT FORt SMIIH ARKANSAS FINSI IN DINING OWNERS EORRESERVAIlONS ANDAIMOSPHERE IHOMASJ CALDARERA JR AC 501 785 2292 HOURS S 30 9 45 JAMES J CADELLI NAMED PROVINCIAL Pro-Liters Urged To Contact Solons Washington, D.C. -- U.S. Senate consideration of major pro-life legislation -- originally anticipated in May- - is now expected within the next few weeks. The National Right to Life Committee, Inc., said this delay allows a little extra time to generate crucial pro- life mail to Arkansas Senators Dale Bumpers and Richard Pryor. The Committee pointed out that both Pryor and Bumpers have pro- abortion voting records and are thought to be leaning against support of all pro-life legislation. The Hatch Constitutional Amendment (S JR 110) would reverse the 1979 Supreme Court decision which legalized abortion-on-demand IS. 2148) would declare that the unborn child is a "person" under the due-process clause of the 14th Amendment of the Constitution. If upheld by the Supreme Court, this would permit l although not require) states to restrict abortions, with some exceptions The bill also would permanently end public funding of abortion. Arkansans are urged to contact their senators on this subject. The pro-life group said Western Union Mailgrams are easily sent by calling (1) (800) 257-2241. The cost ($4.25 for 50 words) is added to the sender's telephone bill. Next-day delivery is guaranteed. The senators' addresses follow: Senator Dale Bumpers, 3229 Dirksen Senate Office Copyright case Rehearing Denie Chicago (NC) -- The Court of Appeals for Seventh Circuit has dent petition of the Chicago chdiocese for a rehear ing $1.5-million copyright I fringement suit broUght, F.E.L. Publications of  Angeles. . In a unanimous deCl!ll the appeals court den ie01 petition fora rehearing, i A spokesman for the I ehdiocese said the chdiocese and its att0r are studying the matter. NAMED PRESID iNT A Pittsburgh (NC) -- $i] Marylouise Fennel, 42, 'j mer assistant dean of] graduate school of St. J] College, West Harl  Conn., has been na  president of Carlow Co liege! Washington (NC)- Father until birth and would em- Building, Washington, D.C. Pittsburgh .a John Heigl has been elected power Congress and the states 20510, and Senator David _ " as provincial of the Society of to restrict or prohibit abor- Pryor, 248 Russell Senate h h The G lel d Missionaries of Africa {White tion. Office Building, Washington, for itBadvert Fathers) in the United States. The Helms Human Life Bill D.C. 20510. 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