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TWENTY-FOUR THE T P A T I F . R - F R E E P O R T , N, Y. THURSDAY. JUNE 26. 1947 MISS GOLDMAN SHOWERED , chool. She is to be married to Miss Lillian Goldman was guest! Irving Daigen of Atlantic aVe., uf honor at a miscellaneous showe/, Lynbrookt a veteran of three and in the home of her parents, Mr.! . , , ... .. and Mrs. Ben Goldman of 249 Pine one-half years of service with the -st. Miss Goldman is secretary tolA™y. Sunday, in her parents the principal of the Grove st. I home. 1 ; :" Long Island's Best for SODA 9 LUNCH * Dinner • Candy ; }| 4' TRY OUR DELICIOUS Fresh Fruit Sundae Made with Rich French Ice Cream En joy the Soda, Sundae. Sandwich. Lunch or Dinner of your <juwn choice in an entirely new surrounding of beauty and quietness due to our sound-proofing and air conditioning for your comfort. HOLY NAME SOCIETY ADJOURNS FOB SUMMER The Holy Name Society at ~ its June meeting voted funds with which to purchase season tickets for the causeway and lockers at Jones Beach for use of the Rev. John J. Mahon, pastor of Our Holy Redeemer R.C. Church, and his assistants, the Rev. John J. Madden and John P. Drab. •—A—donation of—$10 was voted to the Catholic Foreign Missions con-ducted by the Maryknoll Fathers At Maryknoll, N. Y. Though the society has adjourned until September, it will hold its Communion Sunday masses on July 13 and Aug. 10, for the_ repose of the soul of Mrs. Bridget Madden, mother of Father Madden. THE RIGHT RINGS FOR THE BRIDE'S LEFT HAND Open 7 Days a Week VIEBROCK'S Long Island's Best for Soda - Lunch - Dinner - Candy 40 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT Phone FReeport 9-423$ FREEPORT INVITES YOU TO OPEN A CONVENIENT CHARGE ACCOUNT The Home of HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES Established 1921 •• >.*. I?:! Your bride will thrill to a nationally known MARQUETTE diamond bridal set such as this one. Faultlessly styled in ths modern manner, the diamond engagement arjd wedding ring form a perfectly matched twosome. Exceptional value. Store Will Be Open till 9:30 July ;!rd "Third Generation o] Jewelers" •iii 43: So. Main Street At Sunrise Highway Freeport Why Continue to Gamble With Their Health and That of YOUR Children u Do you know that the entire \ialciTionl area and oilier sections of Freeport are without sewers and that conditions an- so bad that the New York Stale and Nassau County Departments of Health have ORDERED Frceporl to install sewer?. EPIDEMICS AND DISEASE THREATEN from overflowing cesspools draining RAW sewerage into our channel;: and bays. This danger increases daily as new homes arc built in these areas. LACK OF SEWERS HAS RESULTED IN: t A. Condemnation of your village owned beach and warnings against swimming in Freeport's inland waters. B. Seafood from local waters has been condemned. HEALTH CANNOT BE MEASURED IN DOLLARS BUT HERE ARE THE FACTS YOUR COST The cosfc of the proposed sewer plan to property owners now 'enjoying the benefits of sewers is very small as less than $15.000 per year is to be borne by the taxpayers of the village at large or less than $2.50 per year on a village assessed valuation of $5.000. ; OUR COST The large part of the total cost of the sewer expansion program is to be paid by properly owners in the unsewered area—estimated at $10.23 to $13.30 per linear foot: The total cost may be amortized over a twenty year period. ^ - ' These taxpayers have for many years paid their proportionate share ol the trunk lines, interest charges, and maintenance of the present sewer system without the benefits thereof. IS COST TOO HIGH? It has been staled that costs are now high but there is no assurance that they will be any lower five years hence!. It should be noted that interest rates are now at an all-time low—any saving in construction costs obtained by waiting may well be largely offset by increased interest charges. DO YOU CARE? A referendum* is to be held Saturday, June 20. 1917 on the question of constructing extensions to the existing village sewerage system. - --=•-- Will you help us protect the health of all Freport's children by giving us the benefits and protection of the sewers'now being enjoyed by the rest of the village? If sorVote YES on this proposition .at your local polling place — SATURDAY, JUNE 28th, 1947. Hours: 7:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Sewer Committee — Atlantic South Civic Association Soon 154 E. Merrick Rd. FReeport 8-7668 12th Year. No. 6 FREEP0RT, JI. Y., THURSDAY. JULY 3, 191 Freeporf-'s Official Newspaper PRICE: FIVE CENTS A COPY Village Garage Bids Indicate $103,356 Cos! , ,,236 in Excess Of Bond Issue for Four Contracts * • Contracts for the construction of a municipal garage in the south-eastern section of the village prob-ably will be let by the Village Board shortly, though the total of the low bids on four contracts is larger than the amount provided in the bond issue voted last year. When bids for the four contracts were opened Thursday night, it was found they totaled $102.062. or Truman To Be Sent Prayer After Delivery Tonight At July 4th-Eve Service "* t ipui rmnamg lonignt Tnursday >, Following its delivery tonight by Principal Martin M. -Manspcrffer, j SpOnsorecj by the Freeport Inter-in the Municipal Building a copy of a prayer "God Guide America," is A „ „ .„ 4 „ to be seijt to President H arry «S . ™Tr uman -i n .t1h. e WWFIh..i.It e MHo use !i„n 1'aith^ Clerg*y* Co.u n..c il, _the Commy-i «r~~i.i * Fourth of July-Eve Program Tonight in Municipal Building The program for the Independ-ence Day eve service in the Munic- |i ipal Building tonight (Thursday!, WasFhUilMnIgg ttUonI*.. The prayer, which is to feature the Independence Day-eve service, ir eisa«dusas ata»ss f*fo oVll1llIooUwYVsS: • "ALmiS'Iity God, from whom cometh all human understanding, in this hour of national confusion and international disquietude, open wide, we pray thee, the hearts and minds of all .thy people. Let not our human frailties and material longings hinder the fruits of Peace. Let not our age-old lusts, and cravings raise again their ugly heads above the true greatness of the Divine Spirit that is in all men. --Drive out from the thoughts of each of us every vestige of intolerance toward our fellow men, no matter what their color or creed. "Let the heart of everyone of us be filled with the realization that Peace is more than just a relationship cf Nations; that Peace is a con-wM XUUMU w«* towiieu »^,uu,, u. ^itloirof Mind brought about by a Serenity cf Scul; that Lasting Peace $6.962 more than the bond issue can come onl>' to 'Peaceful People. of $95 100 approved by the tax- "Awaken all men to the desire for t'.iis inner Peace, the Peace that payers at the 1„9„4.„6 spri. ng el,e ct..i on. nnssoth nil imripvcrnnrliiifr- tho -Dno^o flint- n.-.m«.- t~ -i) —t-- »._.i-. i However, one of the contractors, whose bid seemed out of line, it was so low, found he made a mis-take in compiling his figures, and asked permission to withdraw from the competition. If the Board agrees, the total will be increased nity Council and the Committee on Religion of the Cahamber of Com-merce, is as follows : Singing — "Star Spangled Banner." Invocation — Rev. R. G. Harris. pH rBe„s rii,de fe, nt aCdJ dl,er regsys —C„ Mo,u anycoilr. „C yri.l, C„. Ryan Only 1,119 at Polls, Vote 605 to 514 to Down Project by 91 Defeat of thc proposal to float n bond issue of $1.570.533.52 t.) finance the installation of sewers in the southern area ol the village yan has leef t thee Villaaggee Board iinn a Explanation of purpose of event ' dilcmna. Only 1.119 taxpayers took — Chairman Horace E. DeLisser. the trouble to 120 in Mm iv^iu- i ••> Excerpts from Declaration of In-the trouble lo go to the polls uxcerms irom Declaration of In- vote on thc rcfei(MuUun, uf whom dependence — Lester H. Baumann. -__ . . ., . „, . .. , ;HTi. st.o ri.c al, i.n t.e rp.re.tat.io.n of, D^ ecl,a - 60a voted "no and 514 -yi-s. do-ration of Independence-C. Oliver - B a t i n g the proposal by a majority Moore. of 01. I by $1,294 to $103,356 or $8,256 in excess of the estimated cost. The Auserehl & Son Construc-tion Corp., was low in the bid for the general construction contract, with $84,334, followed by the Lowe Construction Co., Inc., Baldwin, $90,455.33; G. T. Olsen & Sons, .Ro.cfcvffle Centre, $01,823; Peter J. Guthy, $92,518; JohnrJ. plxori, inc.,. $99,294; Buhl Construction" "Co.',' -Xncw $101,052; Horn Construction Co., Inc., $102,521; Soffarelle Bros., Building Co* Jamaica, $109,306 and Dominick Milone, Inc., Rockville Centre, $124,803.' There were four bids for the heating contract, ranging from $9,286 by the Jacobs Engineering Co., New York; James McCollogh Co., Hicksville, $10,611; Dierks Heating Co., Long Island City, $11,160, and H. Sand & Co., New York, $11,725. The McCullogh concern was low with a bid of $4,966 for the plumb-ing work, the only other bidder for which was Novak & Relence, Inc., Manhattan, $7,977. It was for the electrical- con-tract, that the Greeo Electric Con-struction Co., of Manhattan, sub-mitted a bid of $3,476 which U is seeking to withdraw. Charles A Mulligan" was' sec6h'd"Wlth $4,770 followed by Nager Electric Co., Inc., -$5,722; D, E. Electrical Co., $6,213; Charles R. Meyer, $6,786, and the Waldroan Co., Inc.. $10,750. Board Meets Monthly During July, August The Village Board at its meeting Thursday night voted to meet only once a month during July and A"ugust; "the- -fourth -Thursday—of. each month. The dates are July 24 and Aug. 28. Village Counsel Martin H. Wey-rauoh submitted a petition from East Merrick rd. property owners requesting that the south side of the street be transferred from a Business B" to" a " 'Manufacturing zone. The matter was referred to the Planning Board. passeth all understanding; the Peace that comes ta al! who truly turn to Thee and love Thee and to aU who seek to serve their fellow men even as; they serve themselves. "Reveal to us, we pray Thee, that we are all a part and an important part of this mystic universe which Thou hast created and into which Thou hast caused us to be born. Make clear to us that no man is here because Thou didst not have good reason for his being; that no man would be rich were it not for the willingness of Jess able men to. work for him; that no laborer would find his hire were it not for the enterprise of his employer; that each of >us has been equipped to serve one another according to our needs and according to our respective abilities and understanding. •••CU.-r.11.. -J- TT-_ll »!-_ Singing— "God Bless America," j In only five of thc 17 election ' m favdr were in the most suutheru area, as follows: District 37, Southside favor, '3("Finally, dear 'Father, as the statesmen of the world seeikT the solu-tions of our problems in the councils of the United Nations; as we in the blessed country of ours struggle with our difficulties and our differ- ; as bhc minds and hearts and souls of mankind everywhere or ueace . . . lastlncr nncftcp., tfiacH UR- -WP . -nrav Him*. *r» a»f»v ences oouutt ffoorr peace .. lasting .peace* teach,.us,. we,pFay thee, .to aeelt and discern /to'OM tiling ••t&c^";rtfcix^-i^'ww^ ..,.;...- ~r - -,-.-.- tvtM^N" : ••• -'-V ' ' • • • " ' • ' " Merchants Raise $1,000 Gold Cur3 Decorations Fund Approximately $1.000 was raised at a meeting of the Freeport Chamber of Commerce Tuesday night as a fund to decorate the village streets during Gold Cup Week, in August. Rev. Martin J. Daly Conducts Mass Here The Rev. Martin J. Daly, former assistant pastor of Our Holy Re-deemer R. C. Church, now of the Church of St. Mary of the Im-maculate Conception,1 Brooklyn, paid a visit to Freeport over the week-end and celebrated one of . . . ,, " "•*-«. j in uiny nve oi ;ae i led by Young People's choir. H o l y ' , , „ , , . , , , , , . Redeemer R. C. Church. ' y,d*l"cl* was a majority Delivery of prayer—"God Guide i tne bond lssue- fou:' of America." Martin M. Mansperger. Reading of letter to be sent to President Harry S. Truman, with | ave. fire house. 54 in favor. 3(i copy of prayer—Rev. Wesley N. opposed; 40. Crystal Lake Hotel. Haines. 87 for and 23 against; 45. Archer Singing—"America the Beauti- st. school. 118 for, and 43 against. *ul*" and 46. South Bayvlew. ave. fire Benediction—Rev. John P. Drab, house, 58 to 28. Thus, in the dis- The entire program is to be tricts where the proponents of broadcast by Station WGBB at 8 sewers were able to get out the o'clock. vote, the count was 317 to 130.-a-majority ot _ only 187 in.- tavor pi U^e.;^measure^- "' :~:"v '"""••-• " '• l£b4*^ivibA£%£3$$]E.'*%» -JSTttWC^MSfcA*" ?ja.y.w^.v^^^y./;:*.*^y^ Three of setbacks and dedication 'tracks stood 2b6 against arid'only maps on which hearings were con- 92 In^favor, -or a majority of 108 ducted Thursday niffht, were adop- Inopposltlon. Voters in Dist&ct 50, ted at a special meeting of the comprising the extreme southwest- Village Board Monday night. ern area, with Its polls In the drug: They were the dedication map store at 389 Atlantic ave.. went for Parsons ave., from North Co- agtttnst the Issue by a count of 93 lumbus ave.. to Rutland rd.. the to 01. Had workers of the At-set- back map for* Broadway from lantic-South Civic Association sue- North Main st. to North Columbus ceeded in getting approximately ave. and Parsons ave., to Rutland another 100 more of their friend a "' . e . . ..i_ _ n_ *!,„., ,, r,.i)H Hfiiro cfnrirl There also is to be a pageant in weeit-cuu »»« ^ T— ,„, wcahrircyhi ngt hGe ufye atLuorme bwaridllo sb e"T ae mfplooa."t tneA Ainimunuanusnmsne;rcsf4 tim»mce .»nhut ls w»^fac«s" "mmear deP artishne-re More than 50 merchants attend- would be two masses tomorrow, at ed the meeting in the Municipal 7 and 8:15 A-M- with confessions hpfnrp. and after each. They Will jilding. - Al B, White, chairman of the be in Preparation for the Firsj Frl ij-j day communion. The latter s.erv Gold Cup Committee presided. —- - Mayor Cyril C. Ryan spoke. He ice w111 be Preparation for the said the village was unanimously Leaeue of the Sacred Heart devo-behind the event and urged every- tlous-one to back it up. Announcement " was made the village had voted TAIBEB'S PHARMACY OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY $2,000 to the fund „ ALFRED J. SMITH ABOARD The Taiber Pharmacy, 152 South Main st.. will remain open Sunday the other druggests in Pree-rd., and the dedication map of Smith st., from just west of South Ocean ave. to Main st., and the extension through Hanse park, Lee and St. John's pis. to East Merrick rd. Action was postponed to August on the proposal to establish a set-back on Church st., from Smith st. to Sunrise Highway, when nu-merous property owner appeared In person and others were represented by counsel, opposed the project. Opposition was based on the fact that should a building be damaged by fire or other cause, it could not be replaced, but would have to con-ALiMttu j. oi«--» « n r tne otner aruggesLb m ncc-, form -t,o the sMet0-fbmaocHk mwaopu.l d bTehis, U.S.S. PtIRDY ON CRUISE - *rt - close at 2 P.M. The tele-several persons claimed, would Alfred J. Smith, fireman. flrst rhone ls Freeport 8-7777. confiscatory. to the polls, they would have stood an excellent chance of carrying thj proposal. In the nine election districts north of the railroad tracks, only 380 taxpayers went to the polls, casting 275 Votes against the issu-ing of bonds and only 105 in favc.-. the antis carrying these districts by a majority of 170. However, in -District 47, with polk, In thc Seaman ave. school, the vote was 16 lo 14 In favor of the proposal. Apathy Shown at Polls Despite the size of the proposed bond issue and the importance of the matter at stake, only 1.119 out of the thousands of taxpayers in the village voted. In most of tho class, USN, a local boy, is serving aboard the destroyer U.S.S. Purdy, which is making, .an. extensive tour of the Mediterranean area. The Purdy has visited Naples, ItalyL_Spuda Bay, Crete; Istanbul, and Gibralter. Highlight Chamber Plans Meeting Tuesday To Receive Suggestions of AIL TUrKey anu \_»IUIUIK=I . **.e....0--- • • of the cruise was a five-day visit meeting of the Freeport Chamber of Commerce lo. .. „_. „ TP,. «r wh«rt«, An <*en - iv?ntr ju^pBiions. comments and cntiriHnis from . c. bo , Mnnirinal Buildup to the Greek Isle uf Rhodes. IlEV. T. O. HEKN TO SUPPLY FIRST BAPTIST PULPIT The Rev. T. Tuesday night. The reads: . "Calling all- business men. First MOLE GETS CONTRACT Charles R.'Mole, Roosevelt elec-trician, was awarded a contract by toe Village Board Thursday night, to install fluorescent lights in the children's room of the Freeport Memorial Library. Mr. Mole sub-mitted the lowest of three bids for the contract. He asked $149, the »'!'- Jt'OL»4"J.JL . - , - — _ - ±iic n.cv. x. O. Hern, a retired open business meeting. Come one Missionary to China, will supply —come all." the pulpit of the First Baptist The meeting is for everyone in- Church the five Sundays of July terested in the development of a while the pastor, the Rev. Wesley strong Chamber of Commerce for ^f»onnrt. b e c e, u s e "Freeport's N. Haines is on his vacation. Freeport, Chamber of Commerce Chamber of Commerce." is your As tomorrow is-- July 4, Com- H. McCloskey of Story Post, A.L., Mayor Cyril C. Ryan is to give Walling Electric Co.. Willig Bros., $300. $160, and meeting had been postponed to Friday night, July 11. the July Future.' present polling places, the clerks through the 11 hours doing every-thing possible to pass the time away. The largest vote was cast in District 45. the polling place of which is in the Archer St. school, where ifi'l voted," lllTfo 43~ln favor of the proposal, while the lowest turnout was in District 39, Main st. Fire Headquarters. Where only 25 votes cast. In only two di •= - tlon or individual selected to re- ] tricts outslde the 45th- were more . _, 41 ,,, . ; than 100 votes cast, viz: Distri:t -c-e- ive -it.* - A-n.d : t.he.re. will_ be an <i 50• , 3_7_9_ A..t. lant,i.s ave., 1._5.4 , and . D_.is-open meeting .from 9 to 10 o'clock! • - - — to receive suggestions concerning the welfare of the organization. Notices sent out calling for at-tendance at the meeting are ac-companied by a postal card read-ing "I believe the most ,vital prob-lems on which the Chamber of Commerce should take some action are:—" Signing of the cards, which are to be returned to the office of the Chamber, 65 Sunrise highway, •is optional. trict 40, Crystal LakeT Hotel,'110. One suggestion that has be-jn made is that action be deferrv:! until the 1948 spring election, tn-as- much as £t has been demon-strated that; no matter how im-portant the issue, people will njt go to the polls at a special elej-tlon. Mayor Issues Statement Mayor Cyril C. Ryan issued the following statement after the re- (ConUnued .on- Page 2) ( MPMKV -V-
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THE T P A T I F . R - F R E E P O R T , N, Y.
THURSDAY. JUNE 26. 1947
MISS GOLDMAN SHOWERED , chool. She is to be married to
Miss Lillian Goldman was guest! Irving Daigen of Atlantic aVe.,
uf honor at a miscellaneous showe/, Lynbrookt a veteran of three and
in the home of her parents, Mr.! . , , ... ..
and Mrs. Ben Goldman of 249 Pine one-half years of service with the
-st. Miss Goldman is secretary tolA™y. Sunday, in her parents
the principal of the Grove st. I home.
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