The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on May 10, 1960 · 3
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Meeting Today Ft. Washington Way To Be Open This Summer? Or Not Until '61? BY GEORGE AMICK Enquirer Reporter A meeting this morning may determine whether the lagging Ft. Washington Way project Is ready for trafllc late this summer or not until 1961. The decision Is largely up to the Green Lines, whose Northern Kentucky buses operate over twin ramps between the Suspension Bridge and the Dixie Terminal. ' Green Line officials will meet with spokesmen for the State Highway Department; the Penker Construction Co., contractors for the $21 million distributor; the City of! Cincinnati, and the Property Owners Association. They will discuss possible re-routing of the buses so both the bus ramps can be torn down at once and both the new ones built simultaneously. The original agreement be tween the state and the bus company was that the present ramps be torn down and re built one at a time, so the buses would always have a direct connection to the upper level of the Terminal. Here's how the situation came about: The contract between the state and Penker called for mm:s y (OR TOO OLD) TO LEARN TO DANCE AT $(J.50 4 privet totioM 3 elon I MOM 1 practice ItttOM bed flsfaire DANCE STUDIOS 128 W. 5th MA 17888 0 ' the contractor to complete the project by June 30, 1960. But the project fell behind schedule. A Penker spokesman blamed last year's strike of structural steel-workers, plus bad luck on winter weather, for part of the delay. He declined to comment further. Now, the builders think part of the lost time can be recouped by changing the bus-ramp plan. If the present plan Is fol lowed, they say, it will take six to seven extra months to complete the project. Mean- while, traffic would have to be kept off the main east- bound and westbound ex pressway lanes beneath the ramps, and be limited to the four new distributor bridges Main, Walnut, Vine and Race Streets. But, they say, they can shave up to 20 weeks off this completion time by taking down both ramps at once. If all went well, this would re sult In full use of the distributor by late summer. Green Line, however, has the veto. It would have to agree to the necessary bus re-routing. Several possible re-routing schemes have been suggested. One would take buses off the Suspension Bridge In a wide loop, north on the new Main Street .distributor bridge and Main Street Itself to Fourth Street, west to Race Street, south on Race and across the new Race Street distributor bridge to the Suspension Bridge. Another proposal, for a narrower loop, would require that the new Walnut and Vine Street distributor bridges be opened only to buses. It would also require buses to travel one block on Third Street, going westbound against the one-way traffic flow. A spokesman for the com pany said last night he could make no comment until he had attended today's meeting and heard the proposals. "At this moment, I dont see any solution to the prob lem," he admitted. THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Tuesday, May 10, 1960 Section A, Page 3 I IN I THE NEWS Wyatt Plugs Frisco For Real Hugh O'Brlan, television's Wyatt Earp, has been having a bit of difficulty with his shootin' iron. Most recent problem occurred Sunday in Savannah, Ga. O'Brlan, firing away at "the bad guys' CONFUCIUS SAY: Easy seat on m r beat kj B: hurry-up t K on road T - &- f --II iiinmi'nmiW-vrTr1nit"JTi --r------fi"i?ai,M ii j TrnwwiMi-iiMiw'il'riin "irrrrri'iTi v , rntiiwiiiiMifi irumn mw i niiiiii tmhm DC-7 dinner flight at 5:40 pm. Also Daycoachei $51.65 end Nighteoaches $42.95. ZnLrtX Petersburg-Clearwater DC-6 daycoach non-stop at 10:05 am, only $44.10 with complimentary meal. Morning thru-service with complimentary luncheon and afternoon flight via Atlanta connection. KlOtuJS'D'OGv DC-7 at 5:40 pm via Atlanta connection. Complimentary dinner' beverage service available. Also daycoach $62.00. Nine flights daily only 91 minutes-Including DaycoacnM $22.10 end Nightcoaches $17.65. DC-7 at 5:40 pm only one-stop via Atlanta connection. Plus DC-7 daycoach $47.95. Plus other service to: Jacksonville Dallas Birmingham Chicago Detroit Indianapolis 11 fane pbs tea Call DUnbar 1-3232 or seo your Travol Agent Including round trip air fare Ask for FREE Dream Vacation Guide 2 Teenagers Get Jail Terms Two teenagers found guilty of drag-racing on Reading Road in Evendale were slapped with 30-day Jail terms, $150 fines and driving suspensions last night in County Court Judge Richard K. Mltten-dorf sentenced Ronald Ram sey, 19, 241 Sheppard Rd., Lockland, and Robert Bisch, 18, 324 Carson St., Reading. Both received one-year driving suspensions. Police told the court the pair were racing slde-by-side down Reading Road at a high rate of speed on May 1. Woman Charged In Mail Theft Evelyn Williams, 30, 410 Rockdale Ave., charged with stealing a $116 Hamilton County welfare check from the malls, waived hearing when she appeared before U. S. Commissioner Graham P. Hunt Jr. yesterday. Bond was set at $2000. She was ar rested by postal Inspectors. Tries To End Life Louis Herzog, 20, 2542 River Rd., despondent about losing his Job two weeks ago, at tempted to take his life with 38 caliber revolver In his bedroom last night, police said. He was in fair condition at St Mary Hospital with a wound In his abdomen. during a skit from his Western-type show, "plugged" an hombre called Frisco Estes. " f3 01d Frlsco promptly fell to the i J" 4 - ground cringing with pain. fc '-m. 2 IS?' Hueh and the rest of his cast "i noticed Frisco was overdoin' the bit. He had been shot by n shpll In O'Rrian's nistnl. The Yvi wrung vaiuiugc was pmocu fner mere oy misiaKe. oaiuruay, . j unnau, luiuseu, nau uc -"- treated for rjowder burns suf- ELIZABETH fpred while nractlclnehis draw . . . "My feet hurt," Queen Elizabeth told a group of visitors to the Royal Palace. She explained she felt fine, except for the feet, despite all the wedding and party commotion of Princess Margaret's marriage Friday. QuickVegas Wedding, His Second 1 O'BRIAN GOP Meeting COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 9 up Newly elected members of the Republican State Central Committee will hold their organization meeting here May 18, State Chairman Ray C. Bliss, announced today. The session will open at noon at the Deshler Hilton Hotel, i 1 i ' Russ Tamblyn, young actor, married a Las Vegas show girl Saturday upon seeing her for the first time In two years. "I know It looks fast," Tamblyn said. "If you love someone, you marry them. And I'm a fellow who believes very seriously In marriage. Tamblyn, 25, married Elizabeth Kempton, 24, in Las Vegas. It was the actor's second marrlaee and his bride's first . . . Governor 4J Al DiSalle is scheduled to receive four honor-11 ary degrees from Ohio universities In the 1 next two months. Bowling Green. Toledo, 1 Kent State and Akron Universities will i ii ii iM honor the Governor, who holds three other DISALLE honorary degrees . . . Mrs. Carol Muther became a mother on Mother's Day. She had a girl at St Joseph's Hospital in Milwaukee. Both Mrs. Muther and Miss Muther are doing fine. SYMBOL OF SUCCESS a Ben Friedman label Is a symbol of success ... a mark of quality ... en assurance that your garment, custom tailored for you, is perfect in every detail. Now is the time to male your selection from our latest collection of imported mohairs and sills. V w ' -AP Wirwhoto Actor Russ Tamblyn And Bride . Elizabeth Kempton, British chorus girl Bite Puts Welt On Ike WASHINGTON. 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