Byline: William Currie; 1971-03-06; The Chicago Tribune; pages 1
". . . It was his first day on the job, and the young nursing home administrator paced the floor in front of his desk. He had a problem, and he knew it. He was utterly incompetent for the task of administering care to 31 helpless old people, many of them crippled and senile, who lived in the South Side nursing home. . ."
Description:A Tribune Task Force reporter unexpectedly gets a job as nursing home "director" after applying for a position as houseboy or orderly, despite having no experience.
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