4-17-13 Early Files

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80 years ago
April 21, 1933
Many apply for new jobs

The Department of Forestation of the United States Government, in an effort to aid the unemployment situation in the country, will give jobs to 250,000 men between the ages of 18 and 25 years. It is specified that men applying for such places must be unmarried but have dependents.
Thirty-four young men comprise the quota for this county, and considerably over 60 applied at the Kentucky Relief Commission headquarters here Monday and Tuesday. Four will be taken from the list in Louisville.

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