Air Conference Hears Rail Man Participation In government was urged by 'Win,. E. Hays, executive assistant of' the Rock Island railroad. Chicago, in his breakfast speech at ,the fifth, annual Arizona Â·ir conference'this morning, . Only railroad ^ man on the program, Hays was* introduced as an Â·executive of the Rock Island Airlines, in the most unique presentation of the twO:day conference! He told air-minded, guests..that co-operation; not bickering, would most benefit the: two '.industries, before launching into "his topic, "The Crisis in Political Relations," He called the-airlines a goofl: competitor whose needling has don more to improve the service of tli railroad than anything else, .Development qf air transports tlon has done much for Arizona Â· .he-said,i adding that -the railro'ai has also, done its share. "We wi! strive to meet competition -ty com bining with you to ;aid in the development .and the prosperity o the country," he told air officials. Describes Activities ' ' After admitting he, was a regls 'tered v-and accredited railroad lobbyist Â·; in. congress, Hays de Â· scribed lobbying activities, and told the facts surrounding'the investiga tlon of lobbying activities by the Buchanan committee. , ''Lobbying is nothing "to Â· be ashamed of," he said.' "Congress men welcome us, and the-evidence we present for our cases. With this evidence they are better able to Â· know the true situation,". he said Â·"There,is nothing too wrong with our economic setup," he said,' "but there must be a different; attitude among the top level of Industry. In a Chicago survey of 100 top execu- lives'only 35 voted in the 1948 elec- . tion," he said. "You can begin making yourselves heard .a week from Tuesday. Vote, write' your congressmen, make yourselves heard," he concluded. At last night's b'anquet, 1 George Haddway, editor and publisher of "Southern Flight" told guests that war with Russia-was inevitable in one o'f the most startling talks of t h e conference. . ' Â· - . - . He warned that, the Korean war was a diversion, and .that Russia could invade this country at will- He urged that the faltering policy of congress toward civlland military aviation be changed. Another highlight of yesterday's . program was the hlghpowered talk by Dr.' Lee Ohlinger, chief of Northrop aircraft's nuclear research, on .the future of atomic- powered aircraft. He surprised and Â«wed his' audience with his startling predictions of airplanes in the future. . Discuss Government Yesterday afternoon's program consisted of a discussion on government: in aviation- by Frederic! B.; Lee, ,'Â· deputy CAA 'admlnistra tor, Col. Warren Carey, director of the California aviation commission Matt Baird, chairman of the Arizona a v i a t i o n authority, and Charles B. Moore, manager of the El Paso 'International, airport. R. W.iS 1 . Schmidt was moderator for the group .which discussed the Reserves May Forestall Duty ' / !Â·- : Â· , : , Â·: --Photo by Fat McGowau . RAILROAD AND AIRLINE executives join in a friendly orange juice toast at the fifth annual Arizona -air -conference;this.morning. C. TV Reid, assistant to the president of Grand CentralÂ· "Aircraft, of"Glendale, Calif., left, and Wro. E, Hays,, executive assistant of .the Rock Island railroad, .Chicago, salute each other before breakfast, when Hays, the : :only railroad man on the ^conference program,'. spoke. Travis Jones, Tucson district passenger agent, center, looks on, happily observing the amiable relations be- tween'the'two competitive executives. WASHINGTON, Oct. 27. The armed forces appeared today to be basing off the fast mobilization pace' they set following ~|be Communist' invasion of South Korea. There were no signs of any change in^this nation's announced intent to build a powerful military machine of .defense agajinst Communist pressure ^but there were-indications .that,for' the time being the permanent mobilization' base is nearing completion. Developments-pointing in that direction.-included: 1. Secretary Pace said yesterday :hat the army hopes to start-releasing mobilized national guardsmen, and reservists next summer in a program which may be completed before early 1952. - - , 2. .The".lair.', force -'announced it will halt immediately the call-up' of enlisted reserves. . ' , 3. The navy said'it needs no' more naval reserve "airmen,, and that its need, for- reserve aviation ground officers has' been "substantially": met for. the immediate "uture. -. . - f Â· 4. A marine corps spokesman said the corps will"be,calling only few reservists from now on because the volunteer recruiting program 'has been proceeding satls- actorily.' . The. four services Â· also began lettingup new procedures Â· cover- Lawsuit Transfer Asked In Petition A petition asking.a case be transferred from the'Jima county superior to the federal court was en- ered .in, U. S, district court yes- erday. Â· ' ' Â· - . . . . . . . Morris Kaufman, defendant in ,a i25,000 damage suit filed b'y Alexander A. Mancin, entered the peti- ion. Diversity of citizenship was given: as grounds for the removal, tate .and national governments' oles in regulating aviation. At i the luncheon today, J. C arrett, president of Â· the Garret Corp. and'Airesearch, talked on re earch problems of the aircraft in dustry,-. after a morning- forum on .ir'carriers. This afternoon a forum on per onal flying will be.held. The con erence will adjourn at five p.m today. ' Â· Mayor J, 0. Niemann was hos t breakfast this morning, and.was naster, of ceremonies for the early morning event. ; stating' Kaufman is a resident of California; and Mancin of Arizona. An automobile collision on Sept. 30 is- basis qf the suit. Mancm is. March;" Leonard, Cole on "I Believe in the Church;" and Charles Hollis.on. "The World's'Best Investment." Presiding will be Wesley Ellis, president of the Men's club. Dr. T. J. Price will read the scripture board, will offer the prayer. asking'$10,000 damages on his-own! and -J- J-Waltt chairman of the behalf- and $15,000: for David Jo- """"" "" 11 """ "" TM""~ " seph Â· Mancin,. a ; minoiy. who was a passenger in his car.'' Church To Mark Laymen's Sunday Laymen's Sunday will be . observed .at the 10:45 a.m. worship service Sunday in..First Christian church. Three 7-minute talks will be given by Kenneth Sawyer, speaking on "Disciples on the PHYSICAL THERAPY C O L I T I S This condition is often the underlying cause of many other maladies. We Â· believe that specific treatment, using the'Dierker Colonies. Â· Machine is an essential part of the treatment of colitis and allied conditions. 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Each issued separate'Jn- structions to carry out Secretary of .Defense, Marshall's directive of Monday outlining an "orderly" policy for mobilization of reserve units and individuals. , Marshall had said that reservists must'not be kept on active duty involuntarily any longer than nec- essary'to meet the increased manpower requirements of the services and the reservists or units recalled have been fully trained. Services Set For Alexander Barrios Services. for Alexander F. Barrios, who died yesterday in a local hospital, will be held at 4 p.m. tomorrow in ' the ' Parker-KeiT chapel. Rev. 'David . Sholin of M o u n t a i n ^ View : Presbyterian church, will 'officiate."and burial will follow-in Evergreen cemetery. Mr.. Barrios, 25, came here a year and a half ago from New York City, where he had been-a photographer. He is survived by his.wife, Marilyn, and his mother, Mrs. Carmen Vida Barrios, New. York. . . Welcome . . . 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