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fol-, l'en-j j Aviation Leaders To Speak At Meeting Of Aero Chapter; Airport Plans Taxi Planes ; Fl - y" '17 Pv7 rilll.ir AKDEKY. Two of Kentucky's leading aviation aviation enthusiasts, Charles H. Gar-1 Gar-1 Gar-1 1 ell, Ashland, Director, and Philip Ardeiy, Paris, Secretary of the Kentucky Aeronautics Commission, Frankfort, will be guest speakers at the monthly meeting of Northern Kentucky Chapter, National Aeronautic Aeronautic Association, at 8:30 p. m. next Tuesday at the Newport Chamber Chamber of Commerce, Frederick W. Winkler, Chnpter President, announced announced yesterday. Gartrell and Ardeiy will explain aviation legislation passed at the recent session of the legislature. They are to outline plans for developing developing airports, airparks, private flying flying and commercial airline activities activities In Kentucky. Both were members of the air forces in World War II. A report on the organization of the Northern Kentucky Flying Club will be made by Miss Hazel S. Ruth, DAWN PATROL To Visit In Bdone When Kentucky Planes Make Mass Flight. NAA Auxiliary To Serve Coffee To Early Morning Callers At Airport. A "Dawn Patrol" from Ijoulsvll'e and other Kentucky cities will visit the Greater Cincinnati Airport Airport In Boone County Apill 28, Frederick W. Winkler, Fort Thomas, President of Northern Kentucky Chapter, National Aero- Aero- Inautlc Association, disclosed yes terday. Repiesentatlves of the Louisville Aero Club are arranging the flight, Winkler said. The planes are scheduled to arrive shortly after sunrise. They will come from Ixwisville, Owensboro, Elizabethtown, Bowling Bowling Green, Madlaonville, Paducah, Hopkinsville, Lexington, Frankfort, Danville, Somerset, Winchester, Middlesboro and Ashland, Winkler was informed. Coffee and rolls will be served to the pilots and passengers at the airport by members of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Northern Kentucky Kentucky Chnpter. If the first Dawn Patrol Is a success similar patrols will visit other ail ports in the state. Winkler said. He added that the Dan Patrol has the endorsement of the Army Air Forres, National Aeronaut ic Association. Kenton County Air- Air- ' port Board and officers of the Boone County Airlines and Commonwealth Commonwealth Air Transport. Inc., of Northern Kentucky, as well as major commercial lines serving; his production or even to continue' Northern Kentucky and the Great-i'n Great-i'n Great-i'n business. r Cincinnati aiea. "It will not only advertise the Greater Cincinnati Airport all v. u ht Nmihern Ken- Ken- j, t,ucay as a wnm.-, wnm.-, wnm.-, .......: ...-. ...-. ...-. The planes will remain at the airport only long enough to oefiree ani open marKet. serviced. This work is to be done under supervision of John Hedtick of the Boone County Airlines. An aviation booster in Congress, Rep. Brent Spence, Fort Thomas, tiald in Washington yesterday that he planned to seek an amendment to the appropriation bill now before before the House. The amendment, he said, would provide funds for the operation of control towers at airports throughout throughout the country, including the new field In Boone County. Spence added that about $30,000 a year is needed to operate the Boone County County tower. Reports had reached Washington, Washington, Spence said, that such an appropriation appropriation had been eliminated from the bill, but on checking he learned that the provision never had been Inserted into the measure., Congress is to return to work today on the. appropriation measure. measure. CHARLES II. C.AKIKKLL Covington, President of the Woman's Woman's Auxiliary, and Miss Itita Cason, Fort Thomas, Flying Club Chairman. John H. Klelte Sr., Covington, Chairman of the chapter's legislative legislative Committee, will report on the passage of the Iea-McCamin Iea-McCamin Iea-McCamin bill by the House of Representatives in Washington. A report on establishment of an airport at Ross, Campbell County, is to he made by I.. C. Posey Jr., Thomas Holt and Chester Mason, Newport, who were AAF officers In World War II. The airport was given a permit last Tuesday by the Kentucky Aeronautics Commission for private flying and transport service. Posey said yesterday that the Ross Airport Is endeavoring to arrange arrange with the Kenton County Airport Airport Board to inaugurate feeder or taxicab service from the Ross field to the Greater Cincinnati Airport in Boone County. Taxlrab planes would be based at both airports. KENTUCKIANS Protest TV FPC Against Any Extension Of Control Over (Jas. Conservation Is Function Of States, Willis Declares In Written Complaint. Charleston, W. Vs., April 11-(AP) 11-(AP) 11-(AP) Kentucky public officials and Industrial representatives headed hy Governor Willis, protested protested to the Federal Power Commission Commission today any extension of Federal control over the natural gas Industry. The Governor presented a statement statement through a representative, and other witnesses testified directly as tha FPC completed the last of a series of seven regional hearings into all phases of the natural gas industry. The hearing was adjourned until June 17, when it will be reconvened reconvened in Washington to complete a record started in Kansas City last September 18. Fundamentally, the conserva- conserva- tion of natural gas. like that of, other resources, Is a function of the ccnt-states," Governor W.llis declared. "In my judgment, the Federal ac- ac- tivitle. should be restricted to the legitimate regulation of Interstate' Commerce In natural s." William B. Harrison, President of the Louisville Industrial Foundation, Foundation, declared that "we are particularly particularly concerned with the possible results of arbitrary restrictions arising out of broad national aims upon the local use of gas by industry." industry." Local control, he Insisted, Is more responsive to local needs. He said any restriction on the proper use of a basic fuel is "a dirert threat" to I manufacturer's ability to expand 1 op.nions were et-noen et-noen et-noen oy uouis J Bosse, Managing Director t ' the Associated Home Industries of Ken- Ken- tucky, and by Pierre McBrlde President an! General Manager of I the Porcelain Metal Corp. of Louis-; Louis-; Louis-; ville who ad(ied tne beef that .. I raw materials should be sold on a Charles E. Whittle, Chairman of the Kentucky Public Service Commission, Commission, also exirersed opposition to any further Federal regulation of the gas Industry. His commission has a policy that the gas Industry "Instead of being throttled by unnecessary regulations, should be encouraged to expand so that its benefits may be enjoyed by other thousands of our citizens," he said, pany ,com -tanj -tanj School 123 Years Old! Danville, Ky., April 11 - ( AP) The Kentucky School for Deaf today today observed its 123rd birthday. A party for alumni and visiting adults will be held Saturday, Dr. Madison J. Lee, Superintendent, said. The srhool opened April 11, 182.1, with five pupils. The enrollment enrollment now is 335. ,

Clipped from The Cincinnati Enquirer12 Apr 1946, FriKENTUCKY EDITIONPage 1

The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)12 Apr 1946, FriKENTUCKY EDITIONPage 1
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