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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 6, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday or bulletin vol. 17, no. 48. Racine wis. Sunday april 6, 1947. 8 pages 2 Lewis blacklists All but 2 mines police ignore cabby s Effort to get ticket Kalt i e Caldwell e broke every St Kin or could Nern Cross i St could t flt i i Koen or had the Rah fare with or to nation and out on his cd o tvs of of Light run any moment a Ould relieve 5pts Al the up Caldwell Nger got out thai s All it s All you re ending As voters favor right to curb Public strikes by Georgi Galli director. Jrrdan ii Muir Public opinion Princeton n. A a if Organ. Jib r has string arguments to stiff strike in Public utilities a Eft a hone a or electric Power companies those at Zuments in not seem to have registered Ini v of the Public mind. While the general Public is i Jet Anta in. On. <2j believes i Roosy in the fight of collective , a rid ii a or apathy w the Many r n wage demands. Be .terthe.e11. The majority of Vot # to Nave reservation in their in and a rout the right of workers hut noun Public service and us death floods follow in Wake of heavy storms wind and rain lashed j the Midwest saturday bringing death to four and driving scores of families from Homes preparing to celebrate easter sunday. Pleas for help kept red Cross work in and hundreds of rescuers ministering to the homeless. F of r in family die in Oklahoma storm Wister. Carly morning wind storm in the Glendale Community ripped the Frame Home of George Vaughn into kindling Wood killing four Mem hers of the family and shaking up three others. The red Cron listed the dead As George and Nance Vaughn j husband and wife their brother j Andrew Vaughn and mrs. Jewell Overholt daughter of Vaughn two tornadoes. 150 Miles apart i in Missouri caused considerable damage but there were no injuries exported. All Telephone lines from Al Dorado Springs to Nevada. Mo., were blown Down while a second Tornado 150 Miles Northwest Troy cd four farm Homes a Rural a fire and two churches in the Dixie and hams Prairie communities near Fulton. Western and Central North Dakota meanwhile reported one of the year s heaviest snows arum rain in the red River Valley. Snowfall of 13 inches was reported at Golva near the North Dakota Montana Border and the state Highway department warned prospective easter motorists off the roads. Some Mads in Western and Northern North Dakota were blocked and planes had been grounded at Bismarck since 2 a. In. Friday. The Way of the Cross easter 1947 As Eastern Day of peace neared in the Stife Tom holy land. 9-year-old foully Gouzy retraced the path along which Jesus bore his Ems to the crucifixion in Calvary. Although the Jerusalem born Christian Arab boy attends school within the old City s Walls it was the first tune that he had made the Way of the Cross he discovered that the 14 sacred station Are far different than Molt christians imagine. Some Are hard to find being hidden among crowded shops or below Street level in Rork Hen chapels. Scenes along Foudy s pilgrimage on the via Dolorosa Are shown in these exclusive photos made in Jerusalem by Nea photographer Leo Sloe Ker. The Arab lad s journey by cons Bish on the moan of olives where Jesus wept Over the City of Jerusalem Hare dome seen in the City is moslem mosque built on the sit i of Solomons Temple from which the Saviour drove the Money changers. Around it sprawls the old try. At the fourth station where scripture says Jesus greeted his Mother. Foudy traces footprints where Mary is said to have stood. This station is within the armenian c Catholic Quarter of Jerusalem. Michigan a mimes flee an Rains flood Rivers Detroit. A Ltd a Southern Michigan Sadden from a two to three Inch downpour is be by it worst flood threat in history a scores of families fled Ming streams and River in Many cities there w a no reported loss of Hie but property damage mounted by thousands of dollars hourly. It la. M wills United states Mc-?. Warned the state to prepare for the worst flood in history Quot and said crests May not be expected until monday he called on the american red that can shut Cross Loaid stricken areas. Two main amp Public divides into two a Iii on the Issue. The of one Camp is typified comment from a Pittsburgh Collar worker interviewed rial pm pall vol j j i4p in Mil. In your phone is shut off have no electricity or Gas. No substitute that you can j try Union a a a a a a j it be Utility has too much s it to protect 500 rescued from floods in Chicago suburbs Ltd a ramp holds that Chicago a ohs a rowboats and i .1 right to pro canoes sailed the streets of Chi i nil n any Type of Cage s southwestern suburbs1. is sum saturday As rescuers took 5001 f lowing from a persons from their flooded Homes. J tile High water was caused by a Man be penal the heaviest Spring rain in years. I e he work for a in addition to Chicago suburbs to Quot he has the same several Northern Illinois towns a to of making ends meet As were flooded. Property damage it e c e in the phone com was widespread and rail and r. Of i cd r. T a a a the dividends Highway traffic was disrupted in of regulate i. Then Why should Many sections. In the suburban Chicago urea i the red Cross reported that too by to voter % a i Bec Foudy checks his Guidebook Al fifth station where Christ is said to have leaned against the Wall in weariness and Simon of c Yrene was forced to carry his Cross. With f Ather f Rancis Kreutzer. Of la Crosse. Kan., f Oudy kneels Al tenth station where Christ was stripped of his garment. In background is eleventh station where Ile was nailed to the Cross. Rights be regu tote numerical mite of the two ups a the population holding be contrasting opinions is Low Rig Coa met a should Law by passed to forbid All strikes in Public service industries a Uch As elec it turn to Page 3. Col. I families had been rescued. Add Lineal of scum were reported by Moscow up a the big four the u. S. Coast guard and the state police agreed for the first time saturday housetops Are refuges. Night on the principle of the Earli flood Waters reached to the est possible establishment of a second Story of Many Homes. So me Centra administrative Agency for of big four agrees christians throughout world celebrate on Reich Agency Baster Day ends week of mourning c the stranded inhabitants had turn to Page 3. Col. 4. Germany but failed to Iron out Jrussell cd. A. A proposed that a Gress require a new vote by the greek be pie on the kind of government they want As a Condit or to american financial and military Kiel Russell announced his general rival with its age old Universal message of Hope of Mankind. Hundreds of thousands attend a any important details of that first j Cut a Sunrise services at such Muni a step toward economic Unity. J Cipani centers As new York Chi i the agreement came at a quiet j Vago. San Francisco and los i big four meeting which followed Angeles. S a coordinating committee session the traditional easter parades that was head ignited by an angry a of Milady s finery were promised Exchange Between society Deputy into co operation by the Weathcr-1 foreign minister Andrei Vishinsky Man. Rain or Chilly winds pre senator there. But i m for helping demo an j y g ambassador Robert ailed Over much of the nation Cracy in the United states. Murphy. 111 Montana and the Dakotas a to that. In a willing to help i Vishinsky accused Murphy of a snowfall will make the Day a Arm the turks against our Only i distorting the soviet position on White has ter. Possible enemy a Russia. The division of Power Between the new yorkers had their Choice turks Are Good fighters and if they Centra Arica Mctate governments of a attending a half dozen Sunrise Are going to stand up against the Germany russians who seem to be the Only those at the meeting reported in the aporia Tref pres a i trumpeters furnishing music christians throughout the fort. A too foot White Erat. Nation in great gatherings at at the Sunrise service at Glen outdoor services in cathedrals Dale. Calif. 50 000 heard Lawrence and Small crossroad churches Are Tibbett and Marina Koshu sing celebrating the joyous easter fes with a Soo voice choir and sym let greeks decide condition for u. S. Aid senator asks the the a it of a pending $400,000,000 Fie Ople we Are Likely to have any to it Vishinsky was a purple with tar. E l l reigned to bolster trouble with i m willing to help rage a but added that eventually services including one on mall in Central Park and at radio City music Hall. Fifty thousand worshippers it Greece and Turkey against com them senator Taylor d., Idaho Murphy. T Ltd a of does vigorous opponent of the $400, the Council presided Over i no Ilia lot that either 000,000 Aid Bill agreed with Kus Secretary of state George c. Etlar now a a a a a a gov Emroe phony orchestra. A similar service at the Hollywood bowl attracted 30,000. A one god. One world one brotherhood a was the theme of the 22nd annual holy City pageant. Oklahoma s replica of. Jerusalem in the Foothills of the Wichita mountains near i Aston. Jerusalem troubled As easter dawns Jerusalem. A iwo a the mourning of holy week ended. Christians in Palestine celebrated the joyous feast of easter in an i atmosphere of dubious peace. Detachments of Blue uniformed police and British troops will guard the easter crowds against i any outbreak of violence. An Uncertain truce prevailed generally divisions stationed in Palestine will flock through the barbed wire lanes leading to the old City fur the easter Celebration. Tile pilgrims will go through the narrow streets to one of the holiest spots of Christendom Golgotha within the ancient Walls of the Church of the holy sepulchre. Thousands of fully armed Brit Irh troops on leave during holy week had taken part in the countless masses ceremonies and pilgrimages. Babies May be sent to j. S. I he calmed Down and apologized to a ended Chicago s Soldier Field for during holy week. The 15th annual Sunrise service5 by i with massed choirs and corps of worshippers including Many uniformed members of the British nope provi a new plea the Senate c ure this week. R a i m being real Russell said. A i in i want t Greece a in democratic nil that the greek government is i shall. Began a paragraph by Para j 11 e a and that he undemocratic. Graph consideration of its co or Volcon a Ost j donating committee s report on the for spell Man charge i will be made for in in Greece when idlers the Aid Meas be in about this a not saying that help democracy in Turkey because i the people have it Madison chapter of youth group denies red tag future provisional government of in Nix a _ it. _ tax a. I. So Santo Claus Dies in Indiana Home ind. Germany. After agreeing to set up As soon As possible Central agencies in such Fields As transport communications finance Industry and food and agriculture the Council deft Adison alb Henry jaded to Send the whole que lion bark for further study when it became impossible to agree on some of the functions and Powers of those agencies. Wage boost cancels construction strike Mabison wis. A Phi a wage in lost of 20 cents an hour effective As of Lart tuesday when a i son president of the american youth for democracy chapter on the University of Wisconsin Campus denied that the Wisconsin unit a up a was a communist front Organiza-57, the Santa tem. Although he admitted that a i Claus ind., died Tome of its members Are communists. F. Rth Mist 12 earn. Junior from the Bronx Silencer coun n y. Said the Wisconsin . I l r answered let chapter has about 75 members. A ii for in thousands of but Only a Quot Small number of h can Otmas season. Them Are communists n he Home a few hour 44we accept All people he us a heart seizure. news Agency said a the u s a. I is seeking to promote the appointment of Francis Cardinal Spellman. Archbishop of new York As work stoppage began for 650 1 Vatican Secretary of state. Carpenters and 400 labourers were the Story did not make Clear whether it referred to the United states government or United states catholics. Before making the statement however. Tass said the Vatican was economically dependent upon a a american because. It asserted. To per cent of its income came from the u. A. And to Stai in of dec e london�?4a��?a foreign office spokesman commenting on an Canada i z Vest to report that British of to. A _ a a Cen Are directing greek army a by propellor to vibes said that a Small British Nagoya Japan by Pic it. Military Mission will remain in Joseph s Angelin 19, Milwaukee. Greece for some time to advise we. Was killed when he walked greek troops guarding Uono a Northern Border. The a into the whirring propeller of an i hour Ai army air plane. To $i.3b, agreed upon by representatives of local a f l unions and contractors. Members of the unions will return to work monday mayor f ii. Kraege announced adding that settlement of the Cit Pule is expected to in tii termination of walkouts by three other building i trades unions the plasterers glaziers and she Metal workers. The carpenters scale was advanced from is 50 to $1.70 an and the labourer so from $1.10 at the fourteenth station in the holy sepulchre they Pray at spot where Christ was buried. Railroad takes wreck blame Chicago. A up a Edward Flynn executive vice president of the Burlington Railroad said that the line accepts full responsibility j for the Accident to its twin City Zephyr train which killed two i persons and injured 34. The wreck at Downers Grove near Here was caused when a tractor fell off a Burlington Flatcar and into the path of the Speed i my passenger train j the International Harvester i tractor had been properly loaded and blocked by the Harvester people before it was turned Over i to the Burlington Flynn admitted. A your inspectors accepted it a he said. A your Fellows said it had j been properly loaded and blocked 1 a it must have been. A we take full responsibility for the Accident fit my said that the death toll not higher by Carlse of the stainless steel Light weight used in the Zephyr. America sends jets to patrol Japan can a the daily mail said that 5.000 babies fathered by american negro troops while they were stationed in England would was be sent to the United states on a chartered liner. A the children from i to 5 years Cid were left behind by coloured United states troops stat Toms i in Britain during the War Quot the news i Tokyo l h paper said. A their mothers Are plane Jet i British. J have come to the land of the n orig i Sun As part of the occupation Force. The far East air forces Dis i closed that the kerosene generated j plants that have hit his Miles an hour Are operating As an important part of its overseas training America s fastened Pho a a to save them from growing up social misfits and from possible stigma the negro welfare society of London Ami Liverpool Are finding Homes for them in coloured communities of the United state the newspaper quoted e. B. A Quot Kendall jr., solicitor to the society As saying a there Are 10,000 illegitimate coloured Chad run in tin country at present. We propose to tend half of them to America. We have been promised a liner in nine months time. A i have a letter from mrs. Roosevelt telling me that she is interested in the scheme and is organizing lurid y the planes will be flown publicly in Japan for by first time monday As part of the army Day air review soaring in formation Over the Tokyo Parade. The p-80 shooting stars were shipped to Japan in sections Ami were assembled in a month. The initial a hos have been formal into the 82nd reconnaissance Squadron photo Jet propelled. Surprise move throws Outlook into confusion Washington a u p John l. Lewis saturday asked the government to keep a l except two of the Ballon s by i tur Nous mines closed until they have been re examined by Federal inspectors. The mine Union president made his request in a letter to Secretary of Interior j. A. Krug and capt. N. H collets son Coal mines administrator. He asked that All mines a i cent these two a remain closed i until re inspect inn has been made by a Federal mine inspector to it i Gether with certification by i that they Are in conformity with the Federal mine safety code the two exceptions Are mines at Stansbury and Reliance by. I operated by the Pacific i Coal co Lewis is under court or. Anet. In 1 not to Call any strike As Long As the government is in control of the mines. But the impression of observers was that after Union i members hear about he letter few will report for work monday. Puts Load on u. A Lewis request represented an Effort to put on the government i the entire responsibility for j terming which tames Are Safe i to reopen on monday. That is the j expiration of the one week a a mourning period which shut Down All mines last week. I Krug and collision had worked out another plan by which they j hoped to reopen Many mines j monday. But the whole Outlook j for mining next week was thrown i into confusion by Lewis latest move. Krug had ordered Sis a Hazard i our a mines to remain closed until j Union officers certified Al their j safety or until the government ordered them Reo it ened on the basis of new examinations by Fetter Al inspectors. But on Lewis instructions the it Union was refusing to have any part of making certifications fur these mines. It seemed apparent i that few if any of the Sis would be worked this week. Lewis latest action also threw j into doubt How Many members f of his Union will report far work j in the nations 2,013 other soft Coal j mines. Krug had ordered the Man agers of these 2.013 in most cases representatives i of the private owners to certify their safety before reopening them. But no Union certificate a was required for these and the government had hoped for most of them to work thu week. A answer a Hays Lewis. Lewis latest move was i scribed As a Surprise to Krug and collision. They had no immediate comment but went into conference on the matter. Lewis said that his action was in conformance with Coussons Nastiest on thursday that the i m w. Submit the names and locations of any mines which the . Considers so hazardous As to require closing until the Federal government deem them Safe collision s offer was made at the time that Krug ordered 513 runes closed because they were not conforming to the Federal mine Sale code. Meanwhile. Rep. Charles w. Varnell. Ltd. 111.said he planned to introduce Early this week a Bill to set up a $700,000 Trust fund for dependents of Coal miners kilted in the two mgt St disastrous explosions of recent years. Lewis asks to talk at Centralia hearing Centralia 111-John a Lew is has requested Perm. A n to testify before a u a Senate sub committee investigating the March 25 Central a Coal mine disaster in. Which 111 miners died. The request was presented to the i sub committee hearing Here by Harrison Combs a member Ai the Washington Legal staff of the a f i United mine workers of America which Lew it Heads. \ win my mme Mem. Board forbids Effort to unionize project Madison. Wts.�, Wisconsin employment relation a Board saturday ordered four us a on officials to and attempting to interfere right of employees of the waterway i scering corp., Green Bay was. To i refrain from joining or assisting i and labor if Garn rations the order als stated that the of i finals a shall immediately trait j engaging in promoting or Man i picketing at or near premises of two Oil companies in Green Bay. Or near other construction pro evs carried an by the corporation and boycotting customers or personal j with Horn the corporation has la Virtta relations

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