Originally Posted by widowmaker
In '64 it was $.90 per hr. I think by 66 it was up to $1.15 . At least that was what it was in California
In '65 I made a whopping $1.25 an hour along with my dad in the fields. I think he made a nickle more because he also maintained the tools ( Sharpend and set the clippers, sharpened the hoes etc.)working in the rose fields of Arizona.
You have to LIVE, DIE, and PAY TAXES, and pay for what you do between your LIVING and your DYING!
An American by birth, an Alaskan by CHOICE!
Iron sharpeneth iron; so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend. Prv. 27:17