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EDITORIAL COMMENTConcern was expressed at last month's J.C.S.C. meeting over the large number of items still not satisfactorily dealt with. At a time when machinery is being put up, such as Departmental Productivity Groups, which requires goodwill and endeavour on both sides, it is disturbing that the J.C.C. should find it increasingly difficult to produce results.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITORS,"I would like to express, through the medium of The Standard, my very grateful thanks to Dr. Davies, Dr. Walsh and Dr. Krishnamurti, Charge Nurse D. McKendrick and all the staff on the Infirmary Ward for the very quick attention and great kindness shown to me when I "flaked out" in the grounds last week. I am pleased to say I am now back at home."
Gabriel Moon.From time to time in The Standard people have complained about vandalism in the hospital grounds. Sometime on Friday or Saturday vandals paid us another visit - this time to rip out about a hundred geraniums, only recently planted, from the flower beds on the drive. This particular act of vandalism appears well on the way to becoming a hardy perennial itself. Has anyone any ideas as to how it could be stopped? And what price Securicor?
AROUND THE HOSPITAL
During Ward move. One Iron - yellow with black handle.