RELIEF: Streets, Canyon

For the first time in four years William Holly, 48, of Sandusky had a job last week. He pulled on his overalls, kissed his wife and children, started out for the street which CWA had hired him to clean. On the way an automobile knocked him down, killed him.

There were ten other deaths on CWA projects last week, nine of them in Colorado. Near Grand Junction, a canyon road gang was clearing away debris after a dynamite blast. A cliff came tumbling down on the road, buried six workers, hurled three to...

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