"So you hold a card and you draw good pay and hospitalization and insurance . . . that's all important. But there's something else that's important about being a bricklayer, the challenge of the job. I love to see it done right." Morris Moore has been a bricklayer since the 1930's and he has never tired of his trade.
"I feel better when I'm working. I'm going to keep on working as long as I can. Bricklaying has been good to me." Guy Kuhn will be 83 on July 17. Except for a short stay in the hospital in 1966, he hasn't missed a working day since he took out his card in Bricklayers Local #1 in Washington, D.C., in 1911.
And Morris Moore, Jr., ...Read Full Article