TWA Is To Operate On Regular Schedule To Kentucky Airport Effective tomorrow, Transconti nental and Western Airlines, Inc. will itart operating into the Great er Cincinnati Airport in Boone County, Ky, with its three regular daylight schedules, it was an nounced last night. The three flights will include two from Cincinnati to Detroit and the flight from Washington to Dayton, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Kansas City, Wichita, Amarillo, Phoenix and Los Angeles. The two Detroit flights will connect connect at Dayton with 24 TWA sched ules serving Chicago and cities in the East and West. Emergency shuttle service, consisting consisting of five flights a day be tween Cincinnati and Dayton, will cease tonight, officials said. FATAL LEAP Of Mother, 19. Follows Granting Of Divorce To Her Husband, Sergeant Reports. Police Sgt. Walter Stadtlander reported last night that Mrs. Anne Ambrosia Asbury, 19 years old, 102 E. Court St., ended her life by jumping out a window at that ad dress early yesterday after her hus-l hus-l hus-l band had been given a divorce i Friday. AIRPORT PLEA Goes To Washington As Controllers Of Field In Boone County Seek Priorities For Administration Building. Advised yesterday that the Projects Projects Review Section of the War Production Board would hear an appeal of the Kenton County Airport Airport Board asking for priorities for an administration building at the new Greater Cincinnati Airport in Boone County, the board yester day authorized C. Lisle Kays, Chairman, and William E. Wehr-man, Wehr-man, Wehr-man, Kenton County attorney, to appear before the Review Section at Washington tomorrow. The Civilian Construction Com- Com- mittee of the WPB had rejected in part the board's application toriTy priorities for the administration building. Kays and Wehrman took with them a huge volume of data in support of their appeal in an effort to convince the officials at Washington Washington of the necessity for immediate immediate construction of the administration building. These data included photographs showing showing the flooded condition of Lunken Airport and the manner in which planes were using the new Greater Cincinnati Airport. Granting of the priorities will mean the expenditure of approximately approximately $400,000, Kays said.