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Tuesday, June 26, 1973 Ozark May Attempt 'Limited Service' Next Week With Help of Pilots ST. LOUIS (UP!) - Ozark Aif Lines, grounded by a me- elianics' strike since April id, said today It would to'y to resume limited service by early next week if a federal court order guaranteeing the cooperation of pilots is allowed to stand. Ozark is negotiating with the Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association in WasMngton, but the strike has dragged for more than nine weeks. Wages and working conditions are at issue, and the strike began after more than a year of negotiations had failed to produce a new contract. With the strike in progress the airline devised a plan for limited service. Three DC9s would be used and would be maintained by supervisory personnel. Limited service would be resumed between Chicago, and Peoria, Springfield, Decatur and Champaign - Urbana, Til., and between St. Louis and tihe Joplin-Springfield area. Ozark asked 20 of its 341 pilots to fly tile limited runs, but the pilots banked. Tlie Air Line Pilots Association said it wants to maintain neutrality between Ozark and the mechanics' union. Ozark took its pilots to court and cited itihe Federal Railway Labor Act. The airline argued that the shutdown of any public carrier is against the public Interest. U.S. District Judge James II. Meredith agreed and ordered the pilots ito ignore the mechanics' pickets to cooperate with the airline. However, witihin five hours of the timie Meredith issued his order Monday tlie U.S. 8th Circuit Court of Appeals postponed the order and said a"hearing will be held on the matter Thursday in Colorado Springs, Colo., where the judges will bo attending a judicial conference. Meredith had said in his order that Ozark would "suffer substantial and irreparable in­ jury" by losing customers, "to other modes of transportation awl other airlines" If It were not allowed' to nesumo limited service. However, one of the points raised in the hearing In Meredith's court was Iho $5.8 million gained by Ozark from the Airlines Mutual Aid Pact. Nixonburgers Can Brighten Meatless Day NEW CANAAN, Conn. (UPI) — President Nixon suggested fish, and Agriculture Secretary Earl B u t z recommended cheese to housewives eager to beat meat prices. Now, some housewives are asking the two to eat their own words. They have compiled a cookbook with 42 varieties of "Nixonburger," including one from Donald R. Lovley of Winsted, Conn., which called for one teaspoon of Watergate to be added "when no one is looking." Special Interest Oil Lovley said the ingredients should be fried "in a bit of special interest oil. Serve on meatless days only, usually Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday." His entry was the only inedible one. The collection of recipes had its origin during the April meat boycott and followed the suggestions of Nixon and Butz. The contest itself was sponsored by the New Canaan Democratic Town Committee. The book is dedicated "To the man who has made meatless- ness a way of life in America," says Mrs. Lester Brooks in the foreword of the paperbound recipes. The cover features the President sandwiched in a bun with the. words: "Let them eat fish, cheese, nuts." Eight women put the book together and one, Marilyn Dereyna, did the drawings.. The women particularly recommended "Dandelion-egg Nixon- burger" and "Pecan Nixonburger," and the "Soy Polloi Nixonburger." Introduce Book The book, containing hundreds of recipes from Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and Vermont, was introduced at "the great Nixonburger burnoff." Mrs. Brooks said it was all well and good for Nixon and Butz to suggest fish and cheese, "but why should it be the consumer who should be punished?" The five winning entries were sent to the White House, but Mrs. Brooks says, "We suspect they were turned over to the bomb squad." READ THE WANT ADS! 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