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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, November 20, 1947, Image 9

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2? [use Association
West For More
citing causes of the current
nut” shortage and presenting
m 3 and means by which nurse:
I. . themselves and the professional
nursiDS organizations are trying t:
alleviate the shortage, Miss Doro
thy migle, president of the Wa
- State Nurses Association:
main called attention tc
the American Nurses’ Associa
tion nation-wide efforts to ‘call
_ nut!“ to the colors’. "Definite
W has been taken in several
“,5 during the past month,"
mud Miss Daigle, “and consid.
. “by progress has been made
to increase distribution of the
"noble supply of registered pro.
M 0" 31 nurses in this state.”
On October 20, Miss Katharine
1 Word, preSldent of the
American Nurses’ Association,
mend a telephone roll call to
Incidents of all 48 state nurses‘
a,fiociations and to Puerto Rico
and Hawaii. On October 25, tele
grams were sent by Miss Densford
to me governors of all 48 states
requesfinz their cooperation and
wee in considering meas
- ares to resolve the nursing crisis
now facing the American public.
The Washington State Nurses As
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sociation, following the 'lead of
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has increased its counseling and
placement program. .
“These are only a few of many
steps which will have to be taken
if we are to insure adequate
nursing service for the state”,
continued Miss Daigle. “The gen
eral public, law-makers, medical
profession and other health groups
will have to cooperate in the so
lution of ,this complex problem if.
we are to insure proper nursing
service for all whoneed it.
“Although there is some indi
cation that nursing staffs in some
general hospitals are becoming
somewhat stabilizer, the great de
mand for nursing services in the
overall picture continues", Miss
Daigle stated. “This is due to a
combination of factors: the in
creased membership in health in
surance plans, greater public
awareness of health problems
generally and extension of medi
cal and nursing service to veterans
under the provisions of the G. 1.
Bill of Rights. Economic security
for nurses must be achieved as
should legislation governing all
who nurse for hire if we are to
maintain a high quality of nurs-‘
ing service and eliminate the
threat which has already under
mined the supply of nurses.”
? Notice
1 No. 2660
‘ In the Superior Court of the
State of Washington and for Ben
ton Coutny. '
In the matter of the Adaption
by Richard E. Weaver and Betty
Rosella Weaver, husband and wife
of Sandra Lee Tuck, a minor
child.
‘ The State of Washington to:
Raymond S. Tuck:
You are hereby notified that pe
titioners, Richard E. Weaver and
Betty Rosella Weaver, have here
tofore "filed in the above entit
[am ~lo} "01111“ J 13“; 11110:) P3l
[adoption of a baby child described
‘in the petition as Sandra Lee Tuck
’born to Betty Rosella Weaver at
tKadlec Hospital in Richland,
‘Washington, on the 20th day of
July, 1945. .
You are further notified that
you are named in said petition as
the father of said child. The object
of the petition is to .-obtain an or
der of the Court, granting adop
tion of said child as petitioned for
by petitioners and the purpose of
the hearing is to enable the Court
to determine from the evidence
and the records whether the pe
tition of said Richard E. Weaver
and Betty Rosella Weaver should
be granted and td afford to you
an opportunity to appear and ob
ject thereto if you so desire or to
present to the Court any matters
pertaining to "Said proposed adop
tion. . .
You are further notified that
said petition will be heard before
the Court in the Court Room at
the Courthouse at Prosser, Ben
ton County, Washington, on the
18th day of December, 1947, at
the hour of 10:00 o'clock in the
forenoon.
Gi‘ven pursuant to order of the
above entitled Court and under
my hand and seal of said Court
this 12th day of November, 1947.
Fred -Kemp, County Clerk. By
Bess Royer, Deputy 1}:20-12:4
Notice of Rearing Petition for
Adoption
In the Superior Court of the
State of Washington, in and for
Benton County.
In the matter of the adoption by
Frank A. Smith and Evah. K.
Smith of a minor child.
To Richard E. Smith and to Al
yce M. Sweazy, formerly Alyce M.
Smith, greetings:
You and each of you are hereby
notified that there is on file and
pending in the above cqurt a per
tition, the object of which is to
secure for the petitioners above}
named the adoption of Janet Lore;
raine Smith, a minor child of the]
age of five years, and a hearing J
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Washington; and you and each of
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jections to said petition, otherwise
the same will be deemed granted.
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29th day of October, 1947.
Fred D. Kemp, Clerk of the
above entitled Court; by Bees
Royer, Deputy. 10:30-11.20
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State of Washington, on the l3th7and 26 in Block 2 of O‘wen's Ad
day of November 1947, by the dition according to the official
Clerk thereof in case of First Fed- plat thereof of record in Volume
eral Savings 8; Loan Association 2. of Plats, at page 94, in the of
of Walla Walla, a corporation, gee otfytlie Acuiditor of :aid Benton
. - oun , evi on as t eproperty
gi‘sgf fiefiujrsfl’gllggglfifi :23 of said defendants Paul Horsley
wife, Ray. Sharp ’and Ella A. and Rachael M. Horsley, husband
Sharp, his wife, J. F. Kramer and and “fer 3%? Sharp and Eu“ 5-
Meta F. Kramer his wife, United Sharp, his “’“ev 3- 1“: 199 m“ 89"
States State of’Washington, De- Meta F- Kramer. his “Nev Um"
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rected and delivered, NOTICE IS ”m t? “W 3 8' ”fitment
HEREBY GIVEN. that I will pro. am‘m‘mE ‘0 slam-33' “"‘h m'
ceed to sell to the highest bidder,
for cash, within the hours pre
scribed by law ,for Sheriff's sales,
to-wit: at 10:00 o’clock A. M., on
Saturday, the 20th day of Decem
her A. D., 1947, before the Court
House door of said County, the
following described property, sit-
maxim
SINCE
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taut thereon (mm May 31. 1947
until paid at the rate or 6% per
annum, SBIO.OO attorney's fees
and $21.80 costs. in favor of said
plaintiff and cost of sale.
Given under my hand this 18th
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