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Oil burners to machine gun parts. With conversion of a New York State oil-burner plant to production of precision parts for machine guns, additional equipment and manpower were mandatory. Unable to purchase sufficient new machines, these two used to hand operated milling machines were installed. The young worker was recruited from a defense vocational training school. Reif-Rexoil Company, Buffalo, New York

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