Clipped From The Weimar Mercury

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 - The Mercury has been of opiniof for several...
The Mercury has been of opiniof for several weeks past that all neces was to ask for It. and this seems have been the case in this Other communities in every direc^on have applied for and obtainecU?ai< funds, which, rightly used, willfte of material help In alleviating suffering and want throughout this community As we understand the case, this money can only be used in the way of wages to needy and unemployed men, and in all cases only two days work per week can be given any one man, and that at the rate of $1.00 per day. This is very UtUe.but It will help, trp at. Waelder we note that these funds have been, used to clean up the streets and alleys, the cemeteries, filling filling in mud-holes and otherwise putting putting that little city in healthful condition condition for the coming summer months. Just how the funds allotted Weimar will be us«l we can not say just at the present time, but if our council coujd make arrangements to secure gravel from other funds and use the S300 jgan effort to place the gravel on taBtreets, it would be something fine, J^nvise we would suggest that a force be Irept at work cleaning up our streets and alleys, filling in mud-holes, etc. The Jact that we may secure addi- tionajffunds in March is encouraging, tojty the least of it. f • — , /

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  1. The Weimar Mercury,
  2. 27 Jan 1933, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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