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December 15, 1991

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Dan Dorsey, GHM, snapped these shots of his parishioners at St. Mark's in Monticello where they gathered recently for a Thanksgiving potluck with their guests from St. Peter's in Pine Bluff. The St. Peter's Gospel Choir gave an hour-long performance of music written by the late Sr. Thea Bow- man, songs which will be sung in Pine Bluff at Christmas. At left are mere- hers of St. Peter s Choir. At right are St. Mark youth (front) Cheyanna Paige; L to R) Dana and Adam Meier, Bryan Sherrer and Julia Nicholson. f. ',AIC6mpuJtdr- That Gives Yott Megabytes Moi-e offering Christian counselingfor Member of the K, g Parch I_icensed by AR Board of Examk s in Psychok , Member t soc, of Chdsdan 3r@ists Over 20 yrs. experience, 13 in pdvate ~ 1501 N. University - Suite 910 Little Rock, 72207 (501) 664-3010 THE MICRO !nc The.k!nd of Service that gou're looking for. You're part of a family when you walk in our door. .Ca!l .of cofn~ by and vi=t with any one of our family n~cs. JOHN BUSH MADELINE BUSH J!MBUSH JOE BUSH LISA BUSH " BILL TRICKEY SARAH BUSH THE MICRO SHOP fop all ,our ( mputer and service needs ARKANSAS CATHOLIC DECEMBER 15, 1991 PAGE 5 "St. Joseph's," from page 1 building and once we finish our medical parL which adjoins the hospital campus, we will have every medical and surgical speciality represented on our campus." AMI National Park Hospital, a 155-bed facility, built a new main building six yem,s ago and added an outpatient pavilion two years ago, but Noble said the St. Joseph building program was not prompted by the other hospital's expansion. "We basicafly had outgrown our facility and parking has been a problem," she said. "We designed (the new fadlity) exactly the way we want it." Wamer Kass, executive director of AMI National Park Hospital, had no comment. Planning for the move began three years ago, when construction of the new fadlity began. Tom Hinsley, hospital asset manager, assumed responsibility for moving supplies and equipment while Michelle Stuart, RN, tLqN, took charge of planning the patient move. The first round of moving took place during September and October, when non- essential supplies and equipment were moved. Beginning Dec. 2, any piece of equipment that could be spared was moved to the new hospital, and many support and clerical staffmembers moved into their new offices. Patients will be moved Wednesday, Dec. 18, in a slream of 27 ambulances and four passenger vans shuttling back and forth. The convoy will include 20 National Guard ambulances and two ambulances provided by the Oak]awn Jockey Club. Up to 50 three-person teams will be re- sponsible for the transfer of four patients each, along with each patient's charts and medications. In addition to the "all hands on deck" attitude of the St. Joseph's staff, hospital administrators say the community has been quick to offer help. Assisting staff members in the patient move are 40 nursing students from Garland County Community College, 34 Licensed Practical Nurse students from Quapaw Vocational Institute and 20 Emer- gency Medical Technician and Paramedic students from the community college. CARMEL Like Mary, our lives are intimately centered around the Word as a service to His Church. Young0r0/d bnas o ort of a o ,n-ma Forest Retreat Wood Works, Inc, 319 Fontami lid., Hot Sla, lngs, AN 71901 (501) 923-8258 Call or wrlla for details Write to: Vocation Director The Discalced Carmelite Friars 5151 Marylake Drive Little Rock, AR 72206 (501) 888-3052