Olive Dunk interview

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Half-Minute Half-Minute Half-Minute Interview QUESTION: In view of the Increasing Increasing number of women replacing replacing men in vital industries, do you think state legislation governing the conditions under which women can be employed should be suspended suspended during the war? INTERVIEWED: Olive Dunk, 272 Facamore Dr. Said Miss Dunk: Yen i do. Women already have kliown they can "take It" and re main efficient and health worker. T o present hot tie-necks, tie-necks, tie-necks, it's important important that they keep on their jobs e e n if it means o v e r-time r-time r-time and extra extra shifts. I don't think law designed to protect women work- work- ol.IVt; t from 1H NK peacetime labor utilise should stand In the uav of their doing the job they want to do to win .the war.

Clipped from Democrat and Chronicle23 May 1942, SatPage 1

Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, New York)23 May 1942, SatPage 1
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