Manuscripts/Mixed Material [Hospital Material]
. . . . we earn an increas as it the work while it is not laborious it (is) trying to do your work to pleas the Patients and our superiors
The Superiors can be unfare the Patients who are sick, often get an delusion and complain of being illtreated while we do every thing that we are order to do. When the Patients complains to the supervisors they believe the patients and down the Attendant without hearing . . . I made an application for a license as a practical nurse for a State Board of Nurses Exam. I received a reply and am waiting as I am getting false Teeth as I send my Photograph as I am a Graduat with 30 years of experience.
.... my mother was recently released from a sanatorium . . . and I am compelled to keep her comfortably in her declining years. I am denied a living out allowance by my immediate superior altho the Bowery element who just come here are giving it immediately. Those drunkards are the ones who are getting the benefit of your hard work . . . it seems to me sometimes that it is done to discourage unionization, because the Bowery element comes (to) work for a month and then another takes his place and so it goes on. Mr Berling the living in man here who have been working here for a year or so should get the good benefit . . . I ask the Dietian about living out allowance and its just like talking to the wall, no interest at all in her men. I did not want to go over her head and see Mr. L [?] * the greatest treat* to the union here is the Bowery element . . . and when we try to speak unionization to
* Organizer of Local