The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on February 25, 1959 · Page 10
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13 -A Cincinnati Enquirer Wedntsday, Fib. M, I SSI 7K YEARS Of service of Earnings For lirpnnilori ucTooer, iooj 4 PAID ON SAVINGS In City Hall J Fort Washington Freeway Favored Name For Distributor The LOSANTIVILLE BUILDING AND SAVINGS CO. American Building (nlml Parkway ant S alnul MAin 1-8806 Fraternal Order of llitieal leader, urged that the.soeiation, By Gilbert Sands Communications Work J A decided reference fop the U,M ,ml ur WJM 1UF . ""once, n.m. Wnr Wochintrtnn Vn.. uncle wno win De rememDereo ! name rort Wasnington free- . , ,-.,,., t,.ij ..i .. a u.i.Mn ti fr the Coney Island picnics he sponsored. ers Local 4400; Cooks, Pastry Cooks and Assistants Local 177; Firemen and Oilers Local 69, and Operating Engineers Local 20. a public hearing conducted by SUBSCRIBE TO THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER the Council Highway Commit Louis Coffin, speaking as an individual, urged the name "Onppn Pitv VrppU'nv." by tvt stillman But whatever the name Is p to be it should be as short as i possible, George W. Howie, J City Traffic Erigineer-Utilitie.s Director, told the committee. ' Directional signs for the ex-! pressvvays will be as large as t 10 feet high by 30 feet in J length and the big lettering re-1 quired would make it Imprac- J tical to have long names, Mr. i Howie explained. City Savings Seen ; ,tee on naming the Third Street f, .Distributor. b The committee took the mat-iiiter under advisement, but not ? until after the Republican ma-jMlnrity members, Cowncilmen ji( I Walton Bachrach, chairman, :,and Gordon Rich, also Indicated U a preference for the name Fort Washington. ; The third member of the committee, Councilman Vincent Herkman, wants the distribu-; tor named Cincinnati Gateway. lie said the project was too Miort to do the name Fort $ Washington justice. He would , like to have the Northeast Ex- it's Just a step from bed to breakfast . . . because this gown has its own matching coat . . . frilly, feminine and quite enchanting! permanently pleated cotton coat with eyelet embroidered yole . . . lemonade, parfait pink or gidding blue . , . sizes s, m and I 17.95 matching gown . . , sizes 32 to 38 10.95 In Early Planning The citv Is saving an average of more 'than $300,000 a year I fl. . pressway given that name. I Among those advocating Fort ' Washington was Mrs. William T. Buckner, great-granddaughter of William Henry Harrison, iho served at the fort as a f'-young man. She said she repress sen ted the DAR and Daughters ' of 1812. Ull Blirti iifciua ui nv nmui because of planning. Herbert Stevens, City Planning Director, J told the City Planning Commis-1 sion yesterday. J In addition between $11,000', nnrl Sllt.tlYl nn Men is ;n-pd floor lingerie main on the advance acquisition of J Richard Law-will, director, iancj fr parks and schools that - of the Anthony Wayne Park- planning permits, the report! vvav Board; Louis A. Weber.l jd, The savings on street i , .director of the Cincinnati Aiito-!riKhts 0f way oome through! mobile Club's Touring Bureau, dedication of strips for widen- and Douglas Hoge, of the Cin- Ings at the time subdivisions cinnatus Association, also spoke ' BppI.oved and through denial i Cl Jdlnt' out for fort Washington. I Lawrence Mullen, nephew of of permits to construct build- J ings within areas reserved, by i mapped street line plats lm- J provements. Mike Mullen, one-time councilman and Lvtle Park area po- "3i y ' i y 4 City Manager C. A. Harrell ; ' and Dean Ernest Pickering. chairman of the Commission J 1 said the report was all right i '.,as far as it went, but that J t there was far more savings and , ill, value from planning than aM indicated. Mr. Stevens prepared J fjj the report in answer to a query i ;l (mm the American Society of J Planning Officials. i i ; Asks Zoning Bid ; ; j Cameron W. Bonimer, pros:- I' dent of Cam Vie Corp., owner J f I of l'i acres of land on the west is;de of Boudinot Avenue, north The textured costume makes news with a boulevardier coat! t or Augtusta Averfue, petitioned i ta-i; 'sir i r II In City Council jesterday to lii-line all the way beautiful costume r , i ! ii . ... . I ' ii in inn enange 7onmg o' uie property i from r-esidi'ive "B" and buine.-- "A" to res.ilence "D'' to perm.t constniction of an ff:ce build- note the high pockets on the coat, black satin contoured I I I I he ; iru. Named To Board r ft ii belt on the drew (it fits from the waint up) I A textured blend of ailk and rayon in i John C. P.eed was appointed ( 'yesterday by the City Planning Commission as its represent live on the Regional Planning! Commission. 'ITie nipointment J lis for five years. Mr. Reed, ai ! realtor ioined the Citv Tim- pile beige, nzei 8 to 16. mm r ':' T V t 1 W; hi ' " I IT '" f i'i ! I I Li II ning Commission last year. 1 Unions For Change Muses' Better Drenses, third floor (Q354). 39.99 Tfc MiiliMfv ti4 fltw Uk 1 ; tMat I ll I Ml I incityroiicy rot just a fond wish ... but every inch a davidow suit . . . for you who wear any size from l2'2 to IS'j! subtly slimming . . . and tailored with traditional dsvidow eclat of imported cumbe-lard diagonal wool . . . with a young box Jacket and an eased skirt ... in wister'a, saffron or rose 110. other davidow half size suits in Italian silk only at gldding s salon, fourth floor j' r v i Seven unions represent. ng J an estimated 30ij0 city woikers, a.'.ked Council ycsterd.iv to i amend the city's wage and la- J hor policy to provide for i board i of review to settle dispu'es. The J tKiard, consist, ng of three per- i sons "not directly lnvn!vel tn J the dispute," would replace the act-finding board now author- ' izet J 1 The f.ii't-f:nd.ng boa id can t iTiirerned only wiih settling am J particular facts m dispute. The imposed review board not oul.t J ! could look int. f.n'ts, Imt also a lete.-niiie the "re i.ionjitileness' J I of any wage increases prpis I ( hy the city administration and opposed hv a union, AI Rilik. J A few tickets ore still available fof our Spring Fashion Shows P.S. tor-' e-.-j T.-r ocrv k'a :j :r e C'J 1-4X13, tcm at I 7, 3 a-i J 5 30 p. n., terra h ' n ,,.ne s 'C5 d ''' ':!i- $2. For restrvationt, p c H.'fon C3'erlr"3 Otf.ce! bus.ness agent of Patriot Coun eil ,"1, American Federation ot ! "You can ooyi find it at SMiito's" Cjiddi nc' tate, County and Municipal Kmplovees. explained. Hie unions requesting the re- i view board are p..l,k s organ. .a- lion: Cincinnati fr'.rc; g iters As ' V v V V SHOr TODAY 10 TIL 1 10 For oklAK MM A QJtoMCO RESULTS At Low Cost was HOW r-atural autumn ha:e m'r.k deep stole 9S0. 750. dawn mink collared stole I0CO. 750. autumn haze mink sto! I0C0. f95. autumn haze mink sto'e, large 1395. 1000. revH'on ceru'ean deep mirk ste'e 1295. 900. ceru'ean mink cape jacket, large sizo 1250. 900. autumn haze mirk cape jacket, large size 1350. 1000. autumn hare mink jeclet, size 14 20C0. 1350. natural ranch mink jaclet 2250. 1650. natural autumn haze mink jacket, size 14 2350. 2025. if you've a'ways !cngJ for a fa'ou'ous mirk . . . re'e ii your opportunity to own the fineit . . . talei from our regular stock of superb quality minks . . . end substantially reduced in price! was NOW revillon natural breath of spring ceru'ean mink sto' 750. 500. revilloft detert gold mink sto'e, long front 895. 700. ce'u'eao mint sto'o 750. 550. re. 'lion detert gold mirk sfo!o, rounded front 895. 700. na'ural cerulean mink stole, long front 895. 700. Mu'al autumn (ia:o mink stola 893. 700. r i special savings fust, six pastel rriink stoles USE ENQUIRER WANT ADS GA 1-6300 395." fur salon second floor i J cl i n I !M EMEA r-it;Sn pink b'du tioeiatloft ... ill prlcM plul Ud'i . . . i' fur prododi Itbtitd to iho country of eriqln of imported furs i mm ii nifmnpi ii i, mi iij .iiin

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