Descriptions of Occupations: Slaughtering and Meat Packing

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1918 - Meat industry and trade - 43 pages

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Page 21 - The utility man is an experienced, all-round, handy employee who is shifted from one kind of work to another as needed and fills in temporarily for employees who are absent from duty.
Page 27 - These employees operate machines that are used to split heads, pull jawbones, knock or grind out teeth, remove lard or grease from head bones, saw off horns, saw shanks or shin bones, pull snout skins, or blow marrow from bones.
Page 24 - The utility man is an all-round, efficient, handy man, who is shifted from one kind of work to another, as needed, filling in for regular employees who are temporarily absent from duty.

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