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Image from page 41 of “Carpenter” (1915)
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Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America
Subjects: Carpenters — Labor unions — Periodicals McGuire, P. J. (Peter James), 1852-1906 Duffy, Frank, 1861-1965
Publisher: United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America
Contributing Library: University of Maryland, College Park
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation
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ith ,000 (at per share) with whichto defray initial expenses. The men willbe paid days wages and when a contractis finished 20 per cent, of the profit willbe divided among those who actuallyworked on the job. The 80 per cent, bal-ance will be banked as working capitalon a pro rata basis of stock owned. War is hell! cried Mr. Casey, repeat-ing the famous saying. It is not, de-clared Mr. Grogan. Did annybuddy iv-ver hear av a sojer comin back fromhell an drawin a pinsion for sivintyyears? Industrial Reconstruction (Continued from Page 21.)industry to which they are allied. Muchcan be done by bringing trade unionideas to bear more strongly upon suchquestions as the apprenticeship system,vocational training, and those other prob-lems which are so vital to the industrialworld. If we follow out the program ofthe American Federation of Labor in thisconnection we will be doing all that canbe required of us. 33 TiiQ CarpQntQr :eNGROSS:ED R:^S0I.UTI0NS on D:RATH of D:EI.:eGATB FIT^G:eRAI,D
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Army Management Staff College Civilian Education System Basic Course kicks off
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ABERDEEN PROVING GROUNDS, Md. – Officials from the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command welcomed 33 students to the Army Management Staff College Civilian Education System Basic Course Dec. 7.
This is the first time the Army has exported the class outside the AMSC campus. The RDECOM leadership partnered with AMSC to bring the program to Aberdeen to begin leadership training in anticipation of the impact of Base Realignment and Closure. The BRAC will bring thousands of jobs to APG in the next couple of years. Read more…