The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on December 14, 1930 · Page 21
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Cincinnati, Ohio
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Sunday, December 14, 1930
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THE ENQUIRER, CINCINNATI, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1930 KBWS SECTION Of TWO BILLIONS In Uncle Sam's Jeans Before Week's EndlBut Only $359,000,000 Will Stay Tax Receipts Of $580,000,000 Hinted. I ' " 1 -- : , : , , You'll Save Time, Steps and Money in the filxr A Mabley & Carew To DiEIKromy(DaJ99 A Fitted (DVIEDNDE9 from D5AWIKIHAIDID"ir 77ie 5Aop for Travelers Y OU can rest asured there isn't.a Lady that wouldn't just love to own a Fitted Overnite Case Just above . . . One of many marvelous cases. Shark grain cowhide Leather Overnite, 10 fittings In new soft shades, Including two bottles. Beautifully lined. No. 24 Siie 16-lnch. Specially priced $21.75 Just above . . . Misses' Overnite In cowhide leather. Silk Moire lining, 8 Pearl on Amber fittings in Nile, Beige, Maize or Blue, Including a toilet water bottles. Wo. 15 Sires 16 or 18 inch. Special To the left . . . An Imported morocco leather case fitted In beautiful Imported Cloisonne enamel hair brush, clothes brush with bottles, cream jars with top enameled to mateh. Francis silk lined. Protective cover included. No, 67 A marvelous gift $67.50 Other Cloisonne fitted overnite Cases, $42.50 to $275 oil 1 H '11111 ftlwit. El Above . . . The Super-Duplex. Just the case for Pullman service. Complete toilet set as fictured with ample space for apparel in ower part of case. Many leathers and all shades of fittings. Priced from $45.00 lo $123.00 This Overnite Is made ot Whirlpool grain cowhide leather. Contains 10 solid Luclte fittings. Either Nile green, beige or shell amber engraven. No. 85 Size 18-lndi $33.00 To the right. The most marvelous case ever offered. Made with folding tray fitted with 9 pieces of Engraved Lucite in all shades. Beautifully lined. No. 27 Size 22-inch Bankhardt Leader $27.50 H'U. LADIES' CASES with FITTED FOLDING TRAY to Match To the left. Just as good-looking as can be. Beautiful leather, beautifully fitted with 10 pieces of Lu-clte In all shades. The case Is made In Black or Brown Boar grain rawhide. No. 37 Specially Priced-Size 22 Inches $37.50 'l! Li To the left . . , The Illustration does not do this case justice. When you see it you will say "Isn't it beautiful." Heavy Buffalo grain leather. 11 of the best-looking fittings you ever saw. Beautifully lined. No. 5022- Brown fitting In Nile or Beige at $50.00 inch. To Complete the Ensemble Set We Suggest That You See the "AVIATRIX Never has a Wardrobe Case been designed that has met with the approval of the ladies as the "Aviatrix." It does carry dresses without a wrinkle hat, shoes, lingerie and all necessities are in their places. Sold Exclusively by Bankhardt in Cincinnati 18-inch size, $9.85, to the finest. 26-inch size, $21.50, to the finest. THE SHOP FOR TRAVELERS All Gifts Lettered In Gold or Silver Without Charge i N " C O ft P 433-435 RACE ST. All Gifts lettered In Gold or Silver Without Charge o n AT E o CINCINNATI, OHIO. Washington, December 13 (AP)- Nearly two billion dollars will travel the financial roads through the Treasury next week, and when the dust has settled $359,000,000 of the amount will be locked in Government coffers. In three flays the various pay ments into the Treasury will total $1,031,000,000, while expenditures will amount to $672,000,000. The immense business of those days, December 15, 16 and 17, is due to the December financing, collec tion of the third quarter's payment of income taxes, payment of matur ing obligations, receipt of war debt payments from foreign Governments, and payment of interest on the public debt Government experts hope the final income tax "payments on 1929 in comes, which were reduced one per cent, will total $580,000,000. This would bring the total collec tion of this sort of revenue for the fiscal year to approximately $1,127,- 000,000 and for the calendar year on 1929 incomes to approximately $2,105,-1 000,000. The collections for the fiscal year to date have dropped off $61,- 000,000, compared with the same ' period last year, to a total of $657,000,000. Money coming into the Treasury in addition to that from income taxes will be $428,000,000 from the sale of two issues of Treasury certificates of indebtedness and $123,000,000 from foreign nations in payment on the principle and interest on their war debts. On the outgoing side of the ledger the Government has to meet $480,- 000,000 of certificates of indebtedness, $90,000,000 interest on the public debt and $102,000,000 in maturing Treasury bills. The balance left from the fiscal operations is expected to furnish i funds for operation of the Govern-1 ment until next March when the first payment of income tax on 1930 incomes will be received. EINSTEIN URGES AMITY Between Jews And Arabs Address Is Broadcast Nationally. New York, December 13 (AP) An appeal to Jews of America not to be discouraged "by the difficulties which seem to face us at present in Palestine," was broadcast over a National hook-up today by Professor Albert Einstein. "Such experiences," Einstein said, "are the tests of the Jewish people's will to live. Undoubtedly certain statements and measures, taken and pronounced by British officials, have been subject for Just criticism." He added, however, that "we must learn the lesson of what has recently hap pened." Einstein urged the Jews to culti vate relations with the Arab people to avoid "those dangerous tensions which can be exploited for the pur pose of provoking hostile action against us." The address was under the aus pices of Avukah, American student Zionist Federation. On being eulogized at City Hall by Mayor James J. Walker and Nicholas Murray Butler, President of Colum bia University, Einstein said: "I feel this reception is not for me personally, not as man to man, but is a recognition of all the scientific work that is being done the world over, not only by me, but by others." The New History Society, an or ganization for world unity, an nounced today that Professor Einstein will address It on "War and Peace" at 9 o'clock tomorrow night. TWO VICTIMS MAY LIVE, Thanks To Watchman Three Die At Wadsworth (Ohio) Crossing. Wadsworth, Ohio, 'December 3 (AP) The tale of how a quick- thinking night watchman for the City of Wadsworth saved two per sons from certain death was re vealed today as Coroner E. J. Crum, Lodl, completed his inquiry jnto the death of three others In an auto- train collision at the Erie Railroad crossing near Public Square here Just before midnight Friday. Milo Aber, 30 years old, driver of the car; Dona, his eight-year-old daughter, and Virgil Wolf, 24, are the dead. Mrs. Abe Rand and a daughter, Evelyn, 7, are in a hospital here with a fighting chance for life as a result of the prompt action of Harvo Welday, the watchman. " The car, struck by a double-header locomotive pulling a fast west-bound freight, arched into the air, turned over and landed on adjoining tracks. Welday saw the headlight of a pas senger train thundering down the track. He dashed into the station, grabbed a red lantern and flagged the passenger train. Mrs. Aber and her child were pulled alive almost from under the wheels of the second train. They have not been told that three were killed instantly. Crum is returning an unavoidable accident verdict. There was neither watchman nor warning light at the crossing, he found, and the freight was a special not regularly scheduled. Nevertheless, he reports, the engineer blew his whistle and if Abev had stopped at the crossing and looked up and down the tracks hi! could not have failed to see the approaching train. MILLIONAIRE IS DIVORCED. Mrs. Dorothy Winchell Keller Wh,s Custody Of Children. Cleveland, December 13 (UP) Mrs. DoroUiy Winchell Keller, 40 years old, obtained a divorce here today from Samuel Keller, 45, millionaire real estate man and grandson of Captain Alva Bradley, on grounds of gross neglect and miscon duct. The action was uncontested. Mrs. Keller received $55,000 in cash, and $2,000 a "month for life unless she remarries. She won custody of the children, Doris, 14, and Winchell, 12. The boy will receive $400 a month until he is 21, or finishes college, and ths gitl IWil DclZclcir Old Mabley & Carew Store fg I IS. L. Corner 5th and Vine Sts. i jf I I I L. 1 I I Home Gifls, Novelties, Cigars, Candies, etc., Street Floor. rl Q 1 B . 1 JUT .IU H Live lilooimiis Plants lSrW n . .. ..... . 7zmmrm H Grown by Mulford of Lebanou, Ohio. In five-Inch -j? 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Each Inexpensively priced at $ From Santa's Second Floor Headquarters Full ball bearing velocipede with tubular frame and larse rubber tires for children 3 to 4 jean old $9.50 Full bull bearing- sidewalk speed bikes every bny wants one. $8.95 ill Darling baby dolls, with sleepy eyes and eyelashes, movable head and soft body. Beautifully dressed $4.19 Mo1o Machines that all of the family will enjoy. Easy to operate $6.50 Rem-Blick Typewriters, $14,95 With universal keyboard, Including all of the 84 characters of the regular typewriter keyboard. Writes through a ribbon. Ideal for students. the same sum until she marries.

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