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dc.contributor.authorCentral Coast Express-
dc.date.accessioned2024-05-21T00:55:15Z-
dc.date.available2024-05-21T00:55:15Z-
dc.date.issued1980-02-01-
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/1/2619-
dc.description"Daphne Calls it Quits; 17 Years on Job" details the retirement of Mrs Daphne Tucker, a member of Gosford District Hospital staff after 17 years. Mrs Tucker began work at the hospital doing diets and meals for patients, then moved to the X-ray department doing general cleaning work. Then transferred to the linen service department where she remained until her retirement.en
dc.description.abstractArticle regarding Gosford District Hospital in the Central Coast Express Newspaper, 1st February 1980. "Daphne Calls it Quits; 17 Years on Job". Image: Mrs Daphne Tucker (front) puts a last sheet through the machine in the linen service department of Gosford District Hospital just before her retirement after 17 years service. Watching are (from left) Laurie Arneman (forewoman) and David Briggs (deputy chief executive officer).en
dc.titleDaphne Calls it Quits; 17 Years on Joben
dc.typeMemorabiliaen
dc.subject.historicalNewspaper Articlesen
dc.subject.historicalGosford District Hospitalen
dc.subject.historicalStaffen
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