The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on March 28, 1937 · Page 14
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 14

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REGi^K -a. SASDtrSKir, onto, stmbAl MA&CB JS, 193? NEWS OF THE DAY IN PICTURES Death Toll Mounts fn Nation's Worst Bus Tragedy Sit Strikers March From Chrysler Plants In Snow theered by bystanders, more than 6,000 sit-down strikers evacuated eight Chrysler corporation automobile plants in Detroit followina i ^ truce agreed upon by Walter P. Chrysler, chairman of the board, and John L. Lewis, director of the Committee for Industrial Oraanlzation $ Strikers are shown marching down street in swirling" snow storm after evacuating the Dodge plant, (yp) " Amelia Returns From Honolulu Spring Snow Blankets Mid-West Of'the 23 persons aboard a privately operated bus which crashed into a bridge abutment and burst into flames near Salem, 111, only three- survived and they were reported in serious condition from burns. The bus had been chartered by a professional roller skating triupe. Top, shotvs tpectators viewing the charred wreckage, all that remained of the vehicle. Below, are some of the victims. Left to right: Carly, Ann Caldwell, age four, Chicago; Louise Brewers, Cincinnati; Tony Marzano, Chicago; Caroline Barton, Denver"; Mrs. Emily .Thomas, Chicago; Nick Kelson, Amelia To Rush Repairs On Kane For New Flight Torch Slaying Victim Amelia Earhart, whose $80,000 "flying laboratory" was partially wrecked in taking* off from the Hawaiian islands on a projected flight around the world, is shown as she arrived in Los Angeles from Honolulu with two of the men who accompanied her on the flight. They are shown on the liner Malolo reading messages from friends. Left to right: Harry Manning, Miss Earhart and Fred Noonan. <JP) It looked like a hopeless job of shoveling when this farmer living j near Winona, Minn., attempted to reach his live stock after a 17-inch [ spring snowstorm struck Minnesota, bringing near-zero temperatures and} a return of mid-winter weather to the middle west. Farmers in the) Winona district of Minnesota were forced to dig their way through \ drifts waist deep in order to reach their barns. (&) Two Easter Parades-1937, 1911 Flag Leads Strikers FromPlant . The charred and mutilated body of Miss Mabel Sutton (abovej, 27, was found in the woods near New Castle, Jnd. Sheriff Charles E. Zornes, after releasing a village schoolmaster who had) been a'coh lege sweetheart of the girl, said he had no clues to solve the slaying. Mentioned For Post Undaunted by the crash which halted her projected flight around the world, Amelia Earhart returned to Los Angeles from Honolulu toith the announcement that her $80,000 plane would be shipped to the United States and that after repairs she icould resume her trip. Top, Miss Earhart is shewn emerging from the cockpit of the "flying laboratory" after the crackup while taking off before daybreak at Honolulu for How< land island in the south Pacific. Behind her is Fred J. Noonan, co-navigator; the head of . Capt. Harry Manning is barely visible over the cabin hatch.-Below, field attaches are shown viewing the damaged ship several hours later. (fp) Chrysler And Lewis Reach Truce In Auto Strike Hubert Meredith (above) of Greenville, Ky., former commonwealth attorney of the Seventh Kentucky district, was slotted to succeed Beverly Af. Vincent, con. Preceded by a color guard a union band played martial airs fa ' • lead stUdown strikers from the Dodge plant of the Chrysler corporation, Holding up her head as well as she can (with that hat), the young - in Detroit. The strikers, who held eight Chrysler plants more than two$ gressman-elect, as attorney general woman in the center models the very newest Easter finery of 1911 by veeks, evacuated the factories in accordance with a truce reached by' of Kentucky. (IP) ivay of comparison with the 1937 ensembles of her companions. OP) vnion and company officials. (IP) Quiz Priest In Death Of Woman Chicago Taxi Strikers Happy As Strike Ends • r . . „ „, ^ - Petmsvlmnyi statt police said my were qussiiQiung a mm they' /w» f• UW9 (W), director of the Committee for, Industrial organization; Gov. Frank Murphy Keen- Identified «* the Rev. Edwara* A. Haley (left) of Canton, O., who. an«. nl ««w w.,u.. o r.u • • ' '-*—*"-• " mUes trow. Qretwumv. wh&e m'nmly nude ', °J Mtchmn and Waiter p. chryUvr, chairman cf the Chrysler corporation, are shown in tine gover- reared nA a cabin li wr* office in Lm*mg, Mich, when announcement was made a truce had been retched in th&r n,eg0a~ txtfy of Mrs. Lillian Householder (right) of Medina, 0-> ww fonui * With, their strike wted, these Chicago taxi drivers, members of th» Mviwest Taxi Drivers union. W» Chrysler strikes. One of the terms of the truce was th$ evacuation of (he plants by Authorities said Father Haley SQtd Mrs. Households? )iad been dojtw hoWsA their attorney, Joseph Jwgbs, on thsvr s )mii §rs in, an enihumstifi greeting men h& arrived at i 1 ~ .-' wcretari&l work for hvn. (JP) * meeting to report W) r *' l¥ *>f

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