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Columbus Evening Dispatch (Newspaper) - April 20, 1947, Columbus, Ohio WEATHER OHIO'S GREATEST HOME NEWSPAPER Press News Features And 1234 COLUMBUS 16 OHIO SUNDAY APRIL 20 1947 114 PRICE 10 Steel Wage Pact Rumored Western Union Strike Is Averted circulated a wage be- United The U S time the threat strike of was averted was evident in an- dispute f telephone J nf Steel official A confirmation the news fits pattern Dow Co scsd increase granted CIO I r the reported U by usually authoritative Corp i cjM Corp or the equivalent reports from of 16 an hour Philip Murray CIO president and John A Stephens vice president of tne comment on I Steel Corporation the reported i The were begun Friday Meanwhile Western of- jand the union by announced they had i prise a reached an agreement with r a union board AFL Commercial Telegraphers nmv reset for 10.30 a ja m Sunday cent boost and other i Jonrs Raid the settlement The wage question will subjected to in nix months At Ibe A Bfime president of the unking Telephone Unions Federation the National of Tele- phone Workers ment pressure telephone companies to in- duce them to make a offer be- it tor the to demand a wage offer Beil System companies j concilia lion embarked on a new I to walkout So far he A T A T j set for 10 a nave offered to arbitrate i The postponement was agreed to the request of acting Mayor 3 Bennett New York Stock tad the on a basu The i effort to avert a strike had to strike benefits In New Tork the AFL United j for an- j a other I uroon said that for the time tbe was canceled Monday Cort and some five fa of for a 25 it has a Wall ition named in tn W A at rhe brokerage bouic Co Surplus Of Government Income Seen Budget Fore- rait Rv Truman Hits Tax Cut WASHINGTON APRIL 19 sident de- tonight that a sharp e in prices has in- flated the entire economic and took a new d any income tax cuts a ing a surplus of government re- expenditures of the present fiscal year which June Mr Truman had announced in a Jefferson Day April 5 that a surplus was in hut did not disclose the amount until tonight The attributed the re- vision in since his budget menace went to Congress lr January to administration as well is to a sharp in- crease in prices since the removal of control He that now when a balanced budget is being achieved to the need public debt while are good It is to i to the bol to do thU now would inflation itn that the 11 at Buy reduction would be President's statement came renewed activity over the Income tax reduction pending in 1 Senator Lucas Tin cratic whip put forward a to cut income taxes next Jan 1 in- of this year as the licans propose It would the reductions by different than the 30 and 20 per provided in the which the house passed 27 2 ITy finance tee of which is a member hearings to start Tuesday on tax- hill with Secretary of IS Treasury Snyder as the first on Page 6 Col 7 On Inside Pages Afro- Am Art IDA Books 12B Building Bridge TR nt 2A Ohio Soc Patterns Puzzle Politics Radio Religion Society Sec D Sports Stamps 2A Wilson Want Princess Will Be 21 Monday Income Increases by MORE BLAST VICTIMS NEW EXPLOSION DANGER GONE Princess posed for picture on a to National in South Africa Rumor has had It that en- gagement to LC Philip batten formerly Prince of Greece would be announced soon after she reached her majority but the word from the royal family's en- tourage in South Africa is that no announcement may be made for sorrw time LONDON APFUL Elizabeth will be 21 day and her birthday tongues wagging again from the night clubs of Soho to the mining towns of Wales The Mayfair society is simply dying to know what her 22nd year will bring Marriage A new palace of her X man can get answers stated with all the of a prime minister from persons who say they are in the all that is except the cabinet and way Saturday for Herman Palace which are not j ster -66 who has been missing I from his residence 5521 Walnut Illinois Train Wreck Kills 2 99 Are Injured Miami Streamliner Rons loto Open Switch Near Champaign C H A M P A I G N J LU APRIL Illinois City of Miami streamliner was wrecked near here today two crew members and injuring 99 passengers 21 of whom required The all-steel powered train bound from Chicago to Miami Fla was traveling at a speed when it left the rails at three and one-half miles north of where it makes a scheduled stop twisted tearing np and hi a at and left GAT Dipped over oa its ride aad the over the and rails bat was ton op far a mile were Redds TO Police Searching For Missing Man An extended search was under j View Blvd Gahanna since last ing of and Britain will have no lic celebration bat the and are fall of and about her life The birthday means j more a year to Elizabeth a nee since her has been a year Now is fjv feet in height will be By a m the tion shP eligible tn reien as monarch on ISth birttidSy but remained ineligible for re- duties until 21 At 21 the princess also will he quite eligible to wed C W Woods Champaign TIL the baggageman injured taken la to three hospitals where 18 remained for treatments The railroad said fireman Thomas Woodhall of Chicago re- ported the switch was open Woodhall who was injured When we were about yards from the switch the light was green but I noticed the switch was open I yelled at the engineer and he put the emergency on bat it was too late We couldn't stop in time The derailment caused lived panic among the passengers many of whom were thrown from However witnesses when they re- said they there was no fire and that State Highway policemen and not trapped Some county authorities have combed climbed through windows to the the area without results and roadbed appealed to other officials to aid train had 220 in the search as far as Texas on its run Mr Muenster formerly Two of Quadruplets j The missing man was only a red shirt Die 1 bird May Succumb trousers and house slippers He J I ECCLES ENG APRIL of the quadruplets Mr Muenster who had Wn born early this morning health made his home with his j to Mrs Marian Lowe 38 died Fred and his j today and doctors said there was was executive tary to former Gov Y Cooper and is at present employed at the BUC little hope that one of the re- maining two a girl would The doctors announced the death of a boy and a girt Many Bodies Discovered In Ruins of Plant A f Burial Plans Under Way Aid Cornea To Stricken Texas City TEXAS CI TIT APRIL fires smoke shadows over tired Texas City today rescue cooked and probed rums of huge plants for is pictured left through to wrecked in Texas CHy AP Bitter Tears and Hopeful Worda Mass Memorial Service Is Held For Texas City's Disaste I found at the GORfe searched for day ft COT TEX APRIL a 1 of Mack smoke from hurning fires Texas today its of with bitter half hoar memorial ceremony after 6 p m on the high school football a banked Witt sands of flowers contributed by florists As by between three and four thousand underway of men were digging in waterfront ruins to recover dead men torn beyond identity The football field had been used for three days as headquarters for foamite squads fighting oil fires touched off by disastrous blasts from two nitrate loaded vessels The Rev 1C L Teegarden president of the local Ministerial Alliance which arranged the memorial ceremony told the silent gathering standing bare- headed before the The whole country is grieved This service Is in memory of those who lost their lives In this disaster IX THE CROWD were men who had lost children wives still too stunned to realize their widowhood Many came in simple work garb number wore They had been injured ini the first or second explosion Tears ran unheeded down the faces of ing men and women too new to grief to hold it as the Ervin Jackson pastor of the First ist Church Let not your heart be troubled Neither let it be afraid A quartet from the Pan-American Oil sang a hymn and the a capella choir from the Texas Lutheran College at Seguin their white surplices and black cassocks rippling in the evening wind sang My God and L The Old Rugged and Beautiful Savior 20 part seven of the city's Mary's Catholic Church was unrepresented Its priest Father William Roach was daring rescue dad in dungarees aril wearing a black prayer cap Leo lay member of the Synagogue in IB Jewish disaster victims a in the throng A number dren to their sobbed softly Rev Henry W of the First Presbyterian Church read the Scriptures One white-haired volunteer fireman form wept throughout the entire ceremony He was one of handful of men who escaped death when the first ship explosion destroyed an fee city's fire fighting equipment and kilted most of the firemen volunteers Iff TSR was cloaked with impressive beauty Scores of floral lily crosses red gladiolas lavender stock white candy tuft dragons and green magnolia leaves formed backdrop for the stand Before the stand was a large cross of Easter lilies carrying a white silk band on which had been inscribed hi Loving Memory It was the sole inscription There are flowers from every earner of said Mrs Vera Miller Northrup of Houston Opening his brief memorial address the Ben Roland P Hood of the First Baptist Church I want to express our profound to the many agencies and groups that have to assist and to those who sent messages of pathy to our city THESE ABE OCR DEAD and we come gether this afternoon in loving remembrance of them We come with hearts that are burdened on 16 Col 1 red from the water destruction doHar plant in and to other i stores and hornes have been Tie death estimate mounted day The Red Cross 580 were dead Roy Wade assistant to Col Homer Garrison head of the State Department of Public urid 377 were known dead In a separate estimate on own employes Monsanto said day that of the persons at work Wednesday when the occurred 43 were known to be dead and 79 more were dead for a total of 122 deaths at the plant C C Kennedy of fofft 9 Cot t UNCERTAIN FUTURE WORRIES TRAILER FAMILIES WHO MUST LEAVE FAIRGROUNDS f a 3 yard of tHeir home Johnny Hwt From which 80 Mrv Frank a of Lynn Gregory look on Mrs Harry walking in camp ij M of for ISS ia Bo wan in of that thr in time for do jfo from Ohio State Fair to of long lUt of their facing in the ramp w their families at the inn definite assurance nn their they're wondering about needed for trailer the 1 families must their j has changed from Juno 15 to 1 Bland L both major questions be trailer must be out next r And hut are to make hey uny definite statement to obtained who the ramp Mid Saturday but no other temporary has yet been back to the camp after tht fair data veterans The veterans all went the understanding they'd have to out during the summer months Mid for four or five weeks got to do little Whether this ift win be to a or lodging or to Mother camp he was to cay It he that there are no sites available in the city and university land wen used This is is BOW bering approximately 400 sons Should of camp of mafar of ka mA if H act oma to the to cent at MNC M per 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