The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on November 29, 1931 · 17
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Sunday, November 29, 1931
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TIIE ENQUIRER, CINCINNATI, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1931 pws srcmo 17 News Of The Courts Frankness on the part of Robert Quinlist, 45 years old, formerly of Erie, Pa., won him probation yesterday upon his plea of guilty to a charge of automobile stealing before Judge Dennis J. Ryan in Criminal Division. "Drink got me into trouble, Your Honor," Quinlist said. "I never was a steady drinker, but a periodical drinker about once a year, and when I drank I got drunk real drunk. I was drunk when I stole that automobile. I don't know why I did it, and I am not telling this as an excuse, but only as an explanation." "Do you think you have learned a Starting Wednesday Dec. 2, 8 P. M. 7--FREE LECTURES--7 By India's Master Mind DR. BHAGWAN GYANEE , On the Science of HUMANOLOGY Subjects: Wd., Dec. 2. 8 P. M. INDIA: Her Mysteries and Her Caste System, as explained by a Hindu scholar ol high caste a Brahmin. Thurs., Dec. 3, 8 P. M. The Drama of the Subconscious. Psycho-Analysis ol Psychology. IH, Dec. 4, 8 P. M. Foods for the Brain, Nerves and Muscles. Animals eat to live, man lives to eat. NO LECTURE SATURDAY. Bun., Dec. 6, 2:30 P. M. Love, Marriage and Divorce. Subjects like Companionate Marriage, Birth Control. Causes and Cures for Divorce and Child Training will be discussed. lun., Dec. 6, 8 P. M. The Glands Wonder-Worklng Centers of the Body. How we can live 150 years. Mon., Dec. 7, 8 P. M. Rebirth and Reincarnation. Scientific proof of the continuity of life. Tues , Dec. 8, 8 P. M.The Gold Mine In Your Own Back Yard rThe secret of financial success How to make money. v At Hotel Gibson Roof Auditorium Humanology Is Sane and Scientific Monday and Tuesday Only Lowest Price on Record Dry Cleaned and Pressed Men's Suits Men's O'Coats All Work Positively Guaranteed. Cash and Carry. Family Valet Basement. line Bug StUwre C. Seventh and Race. D. L. LIEBMAN, President Monday-600 Pairs-Girls and Women's NEW HIE New pumps, new straps. Ties and Oxfords. All heel heights. All sizes in the lot, but not in every style. Shop early. CEL - Vo Mail, Phone or C. O. D. Ordert Big Store Third Floor to $3 values . . SALE! 1,000 PAIRS Women's Smart 3-SNAP ALLrRUBBER GAITERS "III ! I .M All First Quality Black or Brown 1 .00 $1.69 Value 3NUGFT AUfEELmcm Sizes 2V2 to 9 FOUR-BUCKLE ARCTIGS BOYS' First Quality MEN'S . 11 to 1312. 1 to & i Men' Sizes: 6 to 11. Misses' Child's CLOTH OR RUBBER SNAPS First Quality Sizes 6 to 101i and 11 to 2 5L29 1 $1.98 Value Third Floor HHne Uu HnFe Cn. Seventh and Race D. L Liebman, President lesson from this?" askec' Judge Ryan, who had caused an investigation to be made, which showed Quinlist never had been in trouble before. "I know I have," was the answer. "While in jail I talked to a lot of criminals, and know that none of them has made enough out of it to get by. I will take the pledge, if that would mean anything, but if I can't keep my promise not to drink, couldn't keep a pledge, and I say that I will not drink again." . Judge Ryan said he believed Quin list to be honest in his statements, and that if given a chance he will prove it, so he placed Quinlist on probation for one year, deferring sen tence for that period. , Receiver Sought For Pawnbroker. Annnintment nf a receiver to take charge of the pawnbroker and jew-plrv hnsineaa of Harrv J. Levi, 601 Central Avenue, is sought in a suit filed in Common Pleas court yesterday by Selma L. Rosenbaum, 812 Mann Place. She sued as a creditor to the amount of $2,000, alleging that, while Levi has large assets, the present depression has prevented realizing upon them, and he is unable to meet the claims against mm at mis time. NEW SUITS FILED. COMMON PLEAS COURT. A29.015. -Arthur Stern vs. City ol Cincinnati. Petition in error filed. A29.616. Karl C. Newman vs. Eleanor M. Newman. For divorce. A29.617. Alvle Davis vs. City Transit Company. For fS.OOO as damages. A29.618. Charles Cain vs. Joseph Tonaselll. For $5,000 as damages. A29.619. Richard Jordan vs. Lawrence Brandstetter. For $15,000 as damages. A29.620. Selma L. Rosenbaum vs. Harry J. Levi For appointment of receiver. A29.621. Pearl Market Bank & Trust Company vs. Charles J. Toepfer. For J45.714 and foreclosure of mortgage. A29 622. Helen Zlatin vs. Frank Yamin. For $10,000 as damages. A29.623. John W. Rogers Jr. vs. Joseph O'Meara, Administrator. For distribution of A29.624. William A. Chesick vs. Mae Chesick. For divorce. A29.625. The Pennsylvania Railroad Com pany vs. The Tildesley Coal Company. For J19S.05. A29.626. The Sun Oil Company vs. Walter R. Kelly. For SI, 072.70. A29.627 Fifth Third Union Trust Company vs. KoDert tt. jjoepke and S. W. Perry. For $23,100. A29.628. Ohio Valley Constructors, Inc vs. Anna M. Moorman. For $1,913.47 and foreclosure of mortgage. A29.629. Twelfth Ward B. & L. Company vs. John and Eva Hamilton. For $7,060 and foreclosure of mortgage, v UNITED STATES COURTS. , Denial that it is polluting the river through waste deposits from its refinery at Hooven, Ohio, on the Big Miami River and that it has damaged the property and business of Alma Wobst, proprietress of "Shady Beach" a fishing and bathing resort two miles below Hooven, Ohio, is contained in an answer filed in United States District Court yesterday by the Gulf Refining Company. Court is asked to dismiss the action. the child received March 26, 1931 when a drum of chemicals rolled off of a truck of the defendant company at Jerome and Celestial streets, and onto the sidewalk in front of 1012 Celestial Street, where the child was playing. Formal Order Entered. Formal order of Robert R. Nevin, United States District Judge, affirm ing the order of the Referee and dis missing the petition for review of J. Alden Staker, aa state receiver of the Fair Store, Portsmouth. Ohio, was filed in United States District Court yesterday. The order complained of dismissed the receiver's application for an order directing the trustee in bankruptcy of the es- tata of Morris Meidenberg, bankrupt proprietor of the Fair Store, to turn over to the receiver for sale certain of the assets of the bankrupt estate. Exception to the order of Court is taken by the receiver. Bankruptcy Notes. Robert Malone, steel roller, 2433 Argonne Road, Portsmouth, Ohio, and Mon Corn, New Boston, Ohio, entered voluntary petitions in bankruptcy in United States District Court. They schedule liabilities to taling $1,755 and $743.09 respectivelv. No assets beyond exemptions claimed are listed. John O'Hara, bankrupt, Portsmouth, Ohio, filed his schedules in bankruptcy, listing liabilities totaling $373.50 and assets of $200, all of which he says are exempt. Petition for discharge from his debts was filed by Albert J. Tillman, bankrupt, 214 South Seventh Street, Ironton, Ohio. Denies Liability For Accident. In the personal injury suit of Jean Clare McGuire, a minor, by her father, John McGuire, 2 Filson place, Cincinnati, vs. the Grasselli Chemical Company, Third and Walnut Streets, the defendant filed its answer in United States District Court denying negligence or liability for injuries FLIGHT Over South America Enjoyed By Cincinnati, . G. Welbon Returns From Trip. Flight of the amphibian American Clipper, piloted by Colonel Charles Lindbergh, was described in a letter from William G. Welbon, retired Cin cinnati automobile dealer, yesterday. Mr. Welbon, who lives near Miami, Fla., during the winter, was a passenger during the entire trip. The plane climbed 5,000 feet in five minutes to get over the mountains in Colombia, he said. The flying party was welcomed everywhere it landed by civic authorities. Among those Mr. Welbon met were the Governor of Jamaica, the Mayor of Kingston and officials of Barranquilla, Colombia; Cienfuegos, Cuba, and Cristobal, Canal Zone, Among the other passengers was Igor Skikorsky, designer of the ship, the largest ever built in this country. Interest during the trip was provided by the tropical wild life that sometimes flew dangerously close to the propellers, Mr. Welbon said. SPECIAL -"SEP HALF SOLES and HEELS Ladies', Men's and Children's Shoes No. 1 Oak Leather Used. ILLINOIS HAT SHOP 716 VINE STREET IBS yM your i yes x Are Worth Looking Into I I We offer you our 26 years' experience in solving your eye problems you will find our prices always the most reasonable. GIBSON OPTICAL CO. tDR. P. E. REUSCH OPTOMETRIST 430 Walnut St. sthS. HotdSbtonj ft Gifts in LEATHER . . . and buy them at Geo. Schcll. Complete new stocks . . . large varieties ... all leathers . . . practical . . . useful and welcome gifts and best of all inexpensively priced. Traveling Bags Gladstones The snappy, all-around service bag for all trips. Beit models shown. As low as Walrus and all leathers; well made, roomy and serviceable. Always looked for. Choose now. aV.1?:. ...$6.oo Ladies Over-Night Cases For week-ends, short or long trips, etc, just as you want them. Ail sizes. Unfitted Cases Fitted Cases as low as yd as low as Other Suggestions Sterling Belt and Buckle Sets as low as $3. Poker Chip Backs, $3.50 upward. Toilet Cases as low as $2.50. Leather Diaries $1 to $7.75. Pen and Pencil Sets at $3. Brief Cases from $2.50 upward. Military Brush Sets, $2 upward. Writing Sets as low as $1. BUI Folds, $1 to $5. Ladles' Purses from $2.95 upward. Wardrobe Trunks, $25 up. $9.75 Made .$5 For the DOG Complete Stock Harness, Collars, Leashes, Baskets, Blankets, Sweaters and other supplies. A Small Deposit will hold any article for C hr iitma delivery. Monogrammed in Gold FREE Q!CHELL LCTGGAGE 112 West Seventh St., Between Race and Elm NAMED HEAD Of School Executives. Mount Healthy Man Is Elected At Western Ohio Superintendents' Session In Dayton. Cr-KCUL BiarATCH TO THB EXQUIItM. Dayton, Ohio, November 2&-W. F. Sizelove, Assistant Superintendent of Hamilton County Schools, Mount Healthy, Ohio, was elected President of the Western Ohio Superintendents' Hound Table at the semi-annual ses sion here today. J. G. Collicot, Superintendent of Columbus (Ohio) Schools, was elect ed Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Round Table; F. M. Shelton, Springfield, Secretary; O. L. Bailey, Greenville, member of the Executive Board. W. A. Driscoll, Superintendent of the Centerville Schools, is the retiring President. v The Superintendents also went on record as favoring further legislation providing for an income tax, luxury tax and taxes to place the support of the public schools on the wealth of those best able to bear it. Disfavor of begging for levies to support the schools was expressed by the Superintendents, who pledged their support to the proposition that the state is responsible for the education of the child. SHERIFF WITHOUT FUNDS. Sheriff Fred Wolf has no funds to pay the expenses of a deputy to go to Springfield, Mo., to bring Robert Laduke to this city for prosecution on a charge of having stolen an automobile belonging to Walter H. Liv-ingood, Berkeley, Calif., a blind man, now living at a tourist camp near here. HELD IN FATAL ACCIDENT. Dudley Wright, 22 years old, Negro, 119 South Williams Street, was arrested today on a charge of manslaughter in connection with the death of Luther Hotchkiss, 65, 1232 West Second Street, who died as a result of injuries suffered when struck by an automobile driven by the accused. ROBBED, THEN "DUCKED." Frederick Mixmer, 71 years old, 112 McLain Street, was robbed of $150 by a lone bandit and then thrown into the Mad River, near Huffman Dam, today, he reported to Dayton police. Mixmer was found lying in the river by Jeffie Upton, 450 North Williams Street, who took him home. Mixmer, who was suffering from exposure, was able to give only a meager description of the robber. JEWS CONCLUDE SESSION. Rabbi Leon Fram, Detroit, Mich., former President of the Ohio-Indiana-Michigan Jewish Religious Education Association, today gave a demonstration lesson in the use of the Bible as a text In the intermediate department, at the concluding session of the three-day convention, in the Temple Center, Salem and Emerson Avenues. SHUEY'S BOND REDUCED. Judge Lester Cecil, of Common Pleas Court, has reduced the bond of Ray Shuey from $25,000 to $17,500. Shuey is charged with embezzlement of $50,000 from the Duro Company, of which he was an official. FATHER HICKEY TO REMAIN In Cincinnati, Appointment Of An. other To Dayton Pulpit Indicates. 8PKCUI, DISPATCH TO TUB ENQUIRES. Dayton, Ohio, November 28 Rev. Charles A. Ertel, former Dayton resident and present pastor of St. Co-lumbklll Church in Wilmington, Ohio? has been appointed pastor of Holy Family Church, East Dayton, of which the late Rt. Rev. Mons. John T. Downey was pastor for 25 years, It was announced here today. Recently announcement was made by Archbishop John T. McNIcholas that Rev. George HIckey, of St. Andrews Church, Cincinnati, would come to Holy Family Church, which has a $300,000 church plant, as Mons. Downey's successor, but a change in plans has been made and Father Hickey may remain in Cincinnati. Rev. Father Ertel is expected to take charge here within two weeks. Father Ertel was graduated from University of Dayton in the class of 1905. He studied for the priesthood at St. Marys Seminary, Cincinnati, and for a number of years was secretary to the late Archbishop Henry Moeller. Later he was stationed at Mount St, Joseph's Convent in Cincinnati as chaplain and for 16 years has been pastor of the Wilmington church. FORMER MAYOR NAMED In Cleveland Mayoralty Primary Kohler May Not Run. Cleveland, November 28 (AP) A petition naming Fred Kohler, former Cleveland Mayor, a candidate in the January mayoralty primary, was filed here today. Eight others previously have filed. The naming of Kohler was a surprise in political circles. It was not possible to determine immediately If Kohler was aware of the filing or if he will allow his name to go on the ticket. The man who filed the petition, bearing more than 3,000 names, refused to reveal his identity or give any other information. Others who have declared their candidacies are Former City Manager Daniel E. Morgan, County Prosecutor Ray T. Miller, Councilman F. W. Walz, Former City Treasurer Adam Damm, Leander T. Re illy, Democratic precinct committeeman; Gustav Ebding, flat earth theory advocate; Michael Pegar, mechanic, and I. O. Ford, Communist. CAROL LEAFLETS HEADY. Printed leaflets, containing the words of traditional Christmas carols, are now available for distribution at the office of the Public Recreation Commission, 114 City Hall. Church, lodge, fraternal, social and recreational clubs may obtain copies of these carols without cost by calling for them there Surplus Wholesale Stock of GRAND PIANOS at COST and Less Than Cost , Regular Price. Sale Price. BALDWIN BABY GRANDS ..$1,450.00 $ 775.00 BALDWIN BABY GRANDS 1 ,650.00 875.00 BALDWIN GRANDS 1,875.00. 975.00 BALDWIN SEMI-CONCERT GRANDS ; 2,100.00 1,075.00 BALDWIN GRAND, Louis XV. Period 2,250.00 1,175.00 BALDWIN GRAND, Louis XVI. Period 2,500.00 1,250.00 BALDWIN GRAND, Italian Renaissance Design . . . , 2,000.00 1,100.00 BALDWIN GRAND, William and Mary Period . . . . 1,975.00 1,075.00 ALSO USED GRAND PIANOS DECKER BROTHERS $250.00 BALDWIN 495.00 . BALDWIN 375.00 HOWARD 395.00 TWO WEEKS ONLY Here is an unparalleled opportunity to get one of the finest pianos made, at actual cost or below. These pianos have been brought in from dealers and have never been off the dealers' floors. Every instrument brand new and guaranteed to be in perfect condition. Never in the history of Cincinnati or in the history of the Baldwin Piano Company has such an opportunity been offered music lovers as in this special Xmas sale. Discounts in some cases run 50 and higher. The pianos offered include Baldwin Baby Grands in mahogany, walnut and ebony, and various period models. We are also including in the sale a few used Baby Grands in excellent condition. For the many people who intend to purchase pianos for Christmas this sale comes at a most opportune time. As the supply of pianos is limited and the sale restricted to two weeks, we advise immediate action to avoid disappointment. TERMS Extremely liberal terms have been arranged for this sale. Small down payment and three years to pay. Delivery can be arranged for Christmas Eve. OPEN EVENINGS K PIANO COMPANY 142 W. FOURTH ST. PArkway 7800

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