The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 16, 1959 · Page 10
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 10

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, April 16, 1959
Page 10
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The OTTAWA HERALD , Thursday, April ft. ISM Press CAA For Decision On Airlines SALINA, Kan. (APV i- three states are pressing the Civil Aeronautics Board for an wjrly decision.. on which /airlines shall serve a broad section of the Mid' west. : The Kansas-Oklahoma case, before the CAB 18 months, will de< termine the airlines and their routes. Twenty-eight cities in Kansas. Nebraska, Colorado were represented here yesterday at a meeting of the Mayors' Commute /or Airline Service for Kansas. The group adopted a resolution protesting further delays and urging announcement of a decision. Four airlines—Ozark, Central, Frontier and Hi-Plains—are seeking permission to serve the territory. The case covers an area from Omaha to St. Louis, to the south corner of Oklahoma, to Amarillo, to Denver and back to Omaha. Ross Beach Jr. of Hays, president of the Kansas Chamber ofi Commerce, was chairman of the' meeting. Cities represented here were Burlington, Yuma and Fort Morgan, Colo.: McCook, Neb.; Oberlin, Goodland, Pittsburg, Junction City, Topeka, Hays, Great Bend, Hill City, Beloit, Concordia, Manhattan, Parsons, Independence, Emporia, Norton, Atwood, Phillipsburg, Clny Center, Mankato, Smith Center, Russell, Pratt, Salina and Kansas City. Against Changes In Labor Bill WASHINGTON (AP) - Senate Republican leader Everett M. Dirksen (R-I11) said today he would oppose the move to knock all Taft-Hartley law changes out of the Kennedy labor regulation bill. The first major vote on the measure is to come next Tuesday on an attempt by Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr. (D-NC) to eliminate such changes. The floor debate on the bill started Wednesday ami continues today. Dirksen's opposition to the Ervin proposal, voiced In an interview, left little chance of its adoption. Many Republicans arc expected to follow Ms lead, and many Democrats also oppose the proposal. Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass), author of the bill, urged the Senate to retain the amendments to Taft-Hartley. The AFL-CIO has declared it will oppose the bill if the Taft- Hartley changes are knocked out. Several of these long have been sought by labor. Two of the principal ones would permit replaced strikers to vote in a bargaining election and would legalize prehire agreements in the construction industry. A GOLD congrcMHlonal medal Is presented Vice Admiral Hyman G. Rlckovor, at Washington, by Sen. Clinton Andernon, New Mexico, chairman of the Joint atomic energy committee. Admiral Klckover In regarded RH tho father of America'^ growing nuclear submarine fleet. The medal IK presented for his direction of the development of the world's first mi- clcar-powered ships. Remove 3 Ark City Officials From Suit WINFIELD, Kan. (AP)-Names of three former Arkansas City municipal officials were removed from an .ouster suit being tried in district court here. The men no longer are in office. Joe McEwen and James Andrews were defeated in the April 7 election in their bids for re-election as city commissioners and City Manager A. L. Short resigned April 8. The only defendant remaining in the case is R. C. Young,Jr., city commissioner whose term runs two more years. He is accused of violating the state cash basis and budget laws Strange Thinking On Writing Of Our Laws By ART SERB Associated Press Staff Writer If some legislators had their •vay: Blind persons could get hunting icenscs. Nudism would be outlawed. Cigarette packages would bear skull and crossbones inscriptions. Downtown Chicago would be a sand dune. Bills calling for such laws were introduced in state legislatures have required the actual shooting be done by another licensed hunter, with the game animal going to the blind person. South Dakota's Senate thought all cigarette packs should bear a skull and crossbones stamp. Tho House considered the bill — then killed it. A similar measure died in the Utah Legislature. Exasperated with attempts by Chicagoans to prevent industry from building on Indiana's Lake Michigan sand dunes, a Hoasier picnic look, died in committee, almost before Chicagoans got wind of the matter. Maine tried to straighten out the somewhat fuzzy provisions of its liquor law forbidding cocktail lounge patrons to stand and tavern customers to sit. Bills were drawn up to allow lounge patrons to arise and those in taverns to be seated. year. Some of the odd or whimsi-|legislator proposed that Chicago's jusiness district be converted into a sand dune. The bill, which even provided for empty beer cans to give the proposed Chicago beach the proper cal measures even managed to become law. A tipsy water skier wlil find the sport even riskier if he perfoms on Iowa rivers and lakes. Why? Legislators in the Hawkeye Slate decided some water skiers were flying too high and passed a law making it a misdemeanor to ride .skis while under the influence. Nudism came under scrutiny In Vermont and Missouri, the Show- Me State. But Missourians were having a tough time deciding which committee should handle the bill to ban nudism. The Appropriations Committee argued it deserved the measure because it deals with figures. Some 40 sunlovers in Vermont's lone nudist colony can continue basking in the altogether, thanks to the defeat of an anti-nudist bill. Wyoming considered, then defeated, a bill which would have- permitted issuance of hunting licenses to blind persons. It would Rubber Workers Strike Two More Big Companies AKRON, Ohio <Af) - The United Rubber Workers struck two more big rubber companies today, leaving only one of the industry's Big Four—the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.—still operating. More than 50,000 workers are affected by the strike. The union called out its workers at B. F. Goodrich Co. and Fire Tire & Rubber Co. plants after negotiations failed to reach agreement on a new contract. Negotiators meeting at Cleveland anc Canton talked past the 12:01 a.m strike deadline without resolving several major issues blocking set tlement. Wages are not at Issue. Pen slons, insurance and supplementa unemployment benefits are among the items discussed. A Goodyear spokesman said so much progress was made in talks Wednesday night at Cleveland that the company and union agreed to keep plants open while further talks are held. Firestone then issued a statement accusing the union of taking strike action against Firestone "after the union tentatively accepted from another company substantially the same terms we had offered." A union .spokesman, said the Firestone charge "just is not so, 1 ' but declined to elaborate. The fourth big rubber firm is the U.S. Rubber Co., whose contract expired last Thursday night. The URW, representing some 26,000 employes of U.S. Rubber, struck that company, but further talks are being conducted in New York. No new talks were set immediately with Firestone and Goodrich negotiators. Russia Behind in Power Tools KANSAS CITY (AP) - Russia has good engineers but they are 20 to 30 years behind th6 United States in the use of electrical power tools, Edward Venhard of New York said here yesterday. Vennard, vice president and managing director of the Edison Electric Institute, told members of the Missouri Valley Electric Assn. about his four month visit to Russia last summer. He said there are 50 different electrical operating systems i n Russia now. And the SO million kilowatts to be built In ttie United States in the next thre« years exceeds Russia's entire present capacity by two million kilowatts. - ' . Russia's progress In the field has been exaggerated, Vennard said. 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