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Guardsmen lose jobs by going to camp


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GUARDSMEN LOSE JOBS BY GOING TO CAMP

Secretary Franklin H. Ankeney, Cumberland Chamber of Commerce, has been requested to assist in securing positions for three members of Company G, First Regiment, Maryland National Guard, who were denied their places when they returned from camp the latter part of July and have been without occupation since. The young men had been with the company at Edgewood Arsenal for ten days training and had thought their employers would hold their positions open for them. Two of the militiamen, George E. Riley and Grant Haws; are glassworkers and the third, Otis Bennett, is a clerk. Secretary Ankeney has been endeavoring to place the trio by personal application at the various industries here and hopes to get them located. Riley is married.




ID:
accu033

Creator:
Cumberland Times

Date:
1922-08-22

Collection Location:
Allegany College of Maryland

Subject:
Cumberland (Md.) press coverage; Cumberland (Md.) Chamber of Commerce

Coverage:
Cumberland (Md.), 1920-1930

 
 
Western Maryland Regional Library
100 South Potomac Street
Hagerstown, Maryland 21740

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