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Nassau County Review 1 FREEPORT, N. V., FRIDAY, MARCH lO. 1916 Vol. XX, No. 10 Freeport Single copies of the Review for sale at Greenblatt's and Braithwaite's, Rail¬ road Avenuej Michnoff's, Naasau County Review, DaSiiva'.t and Go- betz'K, Main Street; DaSilva'«,We8t Merriek Road. tf. The "People's Party" Appeal tne To Vote Regarding Registration (Special to Nassau County Review) HIGHWATER Tlioro till]"- nrw minnU). Friday Mar. Saturday, Sonday Monday, Tueaday, Wednesch ,. ThuradhN. Friday Saturt^Mv', (or f>«r 1 for H' TIDE TABLE i.ly H<H.k. D.-dii, mn^tuxd Hn>) 12 12:40 p. 13 1:44 p. 14 2:57 p. X5 4:01 p. l*i 4:64 p. IT 5:40 p. IS «:19p. 19 6:30 p. 20 7 :05 p. t - m. m. m. m. m. n:. m. m. m. Our siboids will close for Easter va¬ cation Friday. April 14, and will open on Tiiesduy mornini;;, April '25. New Club l-ormed "The VHiice Club of Freef was organiiied Tuesday night forty-three charter members with and "Why You Shouid Vote for Nominee, of the People's Party." All'of the candidates for olUce on the People'a ticket are uprichl, honest, busines. men of unquestionable char¬ acter and integrity. All have the welfare of Freeport at heart, which means that your interests will be pro¬ tected in every way. The candidate for rresident, Ernest require a separate hallot at S. Randali, jou all know has served lage Election on March 21. on the Board a? Irustee for two term. and i.l thoiouyhly familiMr with village atrair?. I'.is interests in Kreeport aie extejf»tve, Hiid it is most r'asonahle to assume that he will malie every elfoi t to have the atfairs conducted hcncHtly. judicidu.Mly and "conomically. His pa;it record is an open book for whi(.-h no apology need be given. His eon nection with one of the financial insti¬ tutions of the vil'H^e, ai.d in other Lu.-ine««' associations, pive.s him ex perience aid quiiliticatiuiis pussed-Ld t/y few men of tbe village Social and Personal ef Itema CoBcernunK Reudenta of Our musity. and Th«tr Gueats, Visit* nod Social Affairs In the Fratemai Orders The "Citizens Ticket" Appeal At '1:30 this morning a petition signed dy 25 voter:) was filed with Village Clerk .Shea, aa provided by law, requiring a vote upon the quea¬ tion as to whether voters must regis¬ ter for Village Elections. This will the Vil- News of the Churches Subject Service. IS in the chi ch MM:tctic. of Ihe week First Church of Christ, beientist.— Seivices Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Hempstead Bank Building; 8ubje(;t next Suntlay, Marcn 12. "Substance.'' V. G. Waltera haa retarned from the Southland and will .pi^nd the rest of the\W inter in Freepoit. FRED LEA ENGAGED The engagement of ."Wiss Helen T. Phillips, daughter m Mr. and Mrs. Edgar J. Phillips of Dean Street, Brooklyn, to Frederick Cordes, son of .Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Reginald Lea of Pierrepont Street. Brooklyn, was an¬ nounced at a "ofvo" party at the Phil¬ lipa home on February IS, which was also a birthday party. Miss Phillips^ is an Adelphi ^irl and a member of Uelta Psi Sorority. Mr. Lea is now in the automobile supply busineas in New York, with his father. three honorary member.^, its ohjei-t.s lin Hedell and-lohn .MnhnUen, are hth being "to (irornote sociul welfare and eminently tilted f.ir that office. Mr. inculcHte the principles of good fel Bedell has .served as Trustee for sev lowship and hrotherhood." The otli- eral terms, nr,d is familiar with as cera eletted are: Harold B. Hont, .s(--m. nts, road construction nnd the president; Paul Peroni, vice presi- operation of the water and li^ilit plHnt. dent; 1 ester Mo.sely. corre.ronding He has more liesure time than the secretary ; Harold S. Chaae, financiaT average business man to . ttend to the secretary; Glenn Lamb, treasurer, many detail.s of vil lafTeattnfnr,- which trustees, Vernon Colyer, Peter R. • increase greatly from year lo year, Peroni and Carl Schneider, (.'ook IS chairinHn of the hou.-^e com¬ mittee; Fiank E. Kose, jr., chairn'hn 'if the tournament commitfee, and Miltan Poat chHiritian of the ir.u.'^icBi committee. Meetings will lie held in the Villa^te (/'lubhouse, 21 Railroad Avenue. The three honorary members are Congress¬ man F'rederick C. Hicks, Aasembly¬ man Thomas A. McWhinney and Louis Peroni. A constitution was prepared arid will lie adopted at the next meet¬ ing. The regular monthly meeting of the W. H.'M. S. of the M. E. Churcb will The candidates for Tru.Mtees, Friirik- he held in the church parior this Fri¬ day afternoon. The program will he in charge of Mrs. J. M. Wiggins. EPISCOPAL LENTEN SERVICES Lenten services in the Episcofial Church of the Trunsliguration for the coming week are as follows: Sunday, Holy Communion 8 a. m. ; morning prayer and sernion 1<!:4.-j; evening prayer and sermon 7:45 ; Wednesday. Frank and reaui7e knowTedge as wellaa'time I i;''""y and Intercessions, 10:3(.i a. m. ; Thursday, evening prayer and sermon ; Rev. William R. Watson, pastor St. Luke's, Sea Cliff, will preach. Miss HilJa Fraleigh was hostess to a number uf her friends ata" Datfodil Leaf) Year Dance," at the Crystal I.Hke Hotel Friday evening;, 'ftje par¬ lors were appropriately decorat\;d in vellow and green. .^ (deasant eVen- ing was enjoyed by all. Ooiacs ia the secret frakeraAi orv:anis«tk>fU of Fr*eport and vicinity. KREEPORT L0D3E Ob" EIKS Wednesday evening. .March I.t, the members and their gentlemen and lady friends will have opportunity of wit¬ nessing two of the greatest amatear billiard players of the world in a spe¬ cially match?d game. The billiard table will be erected in the lodge room. The game will start at s o'clock. I'ancing wiil follow. The newly-eb cted othceis will be installed Thursday evening, April 9, Invitations have been extended to all the .Masons m this vicinity to attend the smoKer <if F'reeport Chapter No. 302, Rovai Arch .Masons, in their rooms in .\!echanics Hall, on Wednes¬ day evening. March 2y. There will be an address by Dr. C. W. Orr, Deputy G and High Priest, with other enter¬ tainment and refreshments. Communication from Fire Department i9it;. March 7, 1916. Editor Review: Believing that wh Freeport, N. Y., .March 1, To the Voters of Freeport:— On March 21, 1916, between 2 and ."< Believing that wi.ere proposition, p. m.. at Excelsior H. & I.. House, submitted at ViDage Election ari fully will be held the next Freeport Village explained and the need ihown, the election. taxpayers are alwaya ready to stand If we are elected Village President by us, I would appreciate your astiat- and Trustees respective y on the Cl • I- ance in giving publicity lo the lire de- Lsartmcnl propositions to tie submitted at the Village Klection tnis .Near. The.se are both Kpproved hy the Fire Council, the governing hody of the tire The Third Degree was conferred on tive candidates in Massapequa Lodge No. 822, Free and Accepted Masons, on .Monday evening. A delegation of about 211 members of F'reeport Chapter No. .'!u2, Roval Arch .Masons, attended. , our village and its residents. At the next meeting on Monday even j ^""r »ui'l'0''t and vote tor ing. March 2n. the First Degree will : ^'f greatly appreciated be given to tive candidates. for their attention. .Mr. .Mahnken in a :.iicci.-.ijfiil busi¬ ness man whom you nearly all know. He has lived amongst you for quite a nuirher of yenis and ia greatly inter¬ ested, and has done many things to , , ,.,,.. r^ ^. further the progress of our thriving i °""fy ^^e pulpit of the M. E. Church Rev. H. E. Woolever. D. I).. Asst. Editor of the Christian .\dvooate, will The heavy snow .Monday did not pre'* vent a numher of the ladie-s of the Fieeport Art.s Club from utti nding the lecture hy Dr. lyenaga in "Mapan and Ameiicu," in the M. E. Cliurch. The attendance was small, hut the The Most Excellent Degree will be lecture was one of the best that has ! conferred in Freeport Chapter No. been given by Dr. lyenaga for the 302, Royal Arch .Masons, at the ne:<t Arts Club. This lecture waa delivered convocation on Wednesday evening, ^without tbe usual stereopticon views. March 1.5. This was the sixth lecture given by , Dr. lyenaga and he spoke uf the pres- Freeport Lodge No. tJMO, I. O. (). ent relations between .lapan and the F., conferred the Hrst degree upon ZENS' TICKET, w.th Ai'.i HOK EM¬ BLEM, We 'vill give (.ittr undivideJ at ; tention thereto, keep expenses do*n without overlooking the real needs 1 of i-'reepoit, and endeavor to give a departmciU. square deal to all without fear nr thV- Proposition Numher 7 calls for the or. We shall conduct village alTi.irs raising of j4mMJ for the acquiring of on a sound business basis. necessary land and the erection of a We will let the taxpayers knoA huw house fiir Hose Co. No. :'• (Hayview). thi'ir nioiiey is spent and lel the neople John J. Randall Co. has donated a ; he heard on matter;^ of pubiic welfare strip of land on Bayview naar .Atlantic W^shall support the intertsts of our .-\venus for this, and it has been tiremen. We believe exact particulars thought ivise to purchase an additional should be ascertained as to our muni- strip of 2n feet. Hltl'oii};li the gift cipal plant and the people informed was not cundllioned U|Hii : his. When thereof, the long promised tax map ^ the proposition was submitted it was completed and used eri as to have a , realized that the building now occu- more accurate method of assessment, I pied was in bad condition, in fact in and that village ofhcials should work worse contlition than an.s otner in the hard and faithful'y to liestow the villago, hut it was not until a thor- greatest civic benefits possible upon ough examination was made on .Miireh 6, that we tound that it was reali.v dan- Aill gerous, and that it probably would not stand for another year. Being on leased ground it was built upon posts, and has been several limen altered to proviile for dilTerent apparatus, and the la.st time ihe floor was lowered so that il r.'sted upon tlie ground, and it written before .Mr. George Wallace ''s now found that the floor beams have •nade his in.iuiries in last weeks Ob ' about rotted away so that a reputable server. Kew more thoroughly apreci-i-U'H'f'', sent to repair the floor, re- ate than I dn the interest in village : Ported thai it could not be done except allairs shown by Mr. Wallace. I shall 1 »' the expense of raising the liuilding. fore brielly enlarge upon our let I Considering that a similar building, in Re pectfully, Albin N. Johnson, Irank .M.v'^mith, Fred S. Howell. .NOTE:~The foiegoing Utter was T second to none on Sunday. The Thursday evening services will be conducted by Rev. John Callahan, Supt. Hadley Rescue Mission. Bowery, New York City. Hymeneal TRAYER- -MENKK Edward P. Trayer announces the marriage of his daughter, Eleanor Marguerite, to Frederick E. Menke on Saturday, March 4. They will reside Ht 930 St. Nicholas Avenue, New York City. BKRSEN-DENTON On last Tuesday evening a (juiet jyedding waa performed at the Presby¬ terian Parsonage by Rev. J. Sidney Gould, who united in marriajje Alfreo A. Denton and Mis.M Agnes Bersen of Roosevelt, Mra. John Urlacher, sister , of the bride, and Mr, Urlacher stood Qp wiih the contracting parties. The; happy couple will begin housekeeping I ¦!;' Ht once in the new home Mr. "—•— bas just finiahed in Roosev.elt village, whieh Long Island. Ytu will make no mistake in elect¬ ing these three men to aerve on the Board, one as President and the other t.vo as Trustees. You inov rest as-! „, „ ., ., ,,. , , ., w sored that vou will bave the business ' „ ^he Q"«" f'h" Circ e of the M. ,x r ¦ S3 . 1^11 I E. Church w 1 ho d a sa e of home- alfairs of Freeport conducted along 1 ^ ^^^ ^^^ „^^^^ busines.s lines, and that the moneys of , ' ' „f,„„„„„ ,. .^e the taxp-.yera will be economically ex- Denfon pended, thus securing the greatest re¬ sults at the least cost. The candidate for TreDsurer. S. Dimon Smith, and for t.'ollector, D. Frank ."^eaman, you ail know have served the village in their reapective positions for aeveral yearn, and tbeir work has been honestly and conscien¬ tiously performed, and tlieir recorda have WQn their right for re election. Yours sincerely, People's Party Committee, Daniel .Morrison. Frau.k H. Stevens, Clarence A. EdwHl'iIs., „'&me. Hanse, Stephen P. Pettil, Georgo Bennett Smith, Gijorge M. Leyw, Charles C. oore, Raymond J. Miller, Robert Hodge, Leo Fishel, Gilson 11. Raynor, John B. Cartwright, Lewis H. Cohn, Alvin G. Smith, Charles Mahnken, Charlea Johnsen, William H. Runcie, M. D., Wallace R. Post, Arthur D. Nosworthy, Edward A. Rice, Frank j home of Miss Florence A. Brown, at i 92 Brooklyn Avenue. Tea and crack- '- era will also be .served, at l-') cents. I Tho regular meeting of the SV. C. I T. U. was held at the home of Mrs. L. H. Ross, Pine Street, last Ihursday, March 2, a good number being present. The meeting opened with Scripture reading by Mrs. Flint, and prayer by Mr«. Kelley. After the necessary business, Mrs. Dayton, County Presi¬ dent, gave an informal helpful talk, | Refre.hinents were sprved. IJnited Stales. He stated that Japan candidates at the meeting Monday ev-j thi. ^ ,,, has no feeling but that of appreciation ening. The candidates were: Francis ' ter. ' 1 better condition, the old Hose \ house and gratitiuie toward our country. F.Smith, Stancy Woolsey, William' I confess that, like .Mr. Wallace and ''"^ ^'¦'•'^" Street, sold on lebruary 19 The lecturer also spoke ot the past re- Duda, H .rry Wolfer, William J. j not yet havinjj had even his advantage '"'" *'6o, the spending of any great lations between these two countries. Shady, and Ernest L Langdon. The j of tormerly being on the Village """^"fi' >''""'»"">' tn repair this build- A ,,ua „. off .„„,„ ia,. ,i"t ,-.1, ' ^°*^P" ^'"' "ained at this meeting Dis- | Board, 1 would also be interested in an : '"« ''""¦iJ'.V a^'*'"'^ » 1^'""' investment. m;1 r a 1 inir Til- nr?«dwl n '^''^^ ^^^"^ > *-^""'' ^''''' '''''''''' L- explanation a. to how *12,0,m was de Any other argument seems needless, Tn!; !„; »ft„rnnnn hv thP n ^7^r ' nf ' Gardner and a good crowd were there cided to he the amount neces.arv for Without s|,en.ling considerable money Tuesday afternoon by the members of j„ ^.g,p^„„, J,-,,, ^j^^^ ^y^^ meeting street lighting. If elected, our' pur-! on it, the building would not house , refreshments were served. | pose is to get all available (.Hrticulars 1'his company for another year, andi Next Monday evening the aecond de-I concern' 1; nur niunieipal (ilant. both 1 ^'^ ""' believe the t.;:,payers want us gree will be conferred On seven candi ' for its mipaiBtive value as lo past i " "^^^'•''JIO M''^'"*'-'' ""'"' thi s i.. I down dates, the same six and Joseph Asch. j years 1. id also as an aid to intelligent i "I'i" u^- Idecisioii. We would also endeavor t.: Propo^^itmn Number .'* is for .r-iooO At the regiiWr meeting of Kraternal liirclit liV the invosligalion formerly for a tractor to haul our only steam Council No. 19t;2, Royal Arcanum, at j made by Mr. Wallace. We would giv.- 1 ••'"e engine. On this we can quote tig- Mechanics' Hall, Wednesday evening, ! such lacts full publicity, three new members were received. ! We are strongly opposed to any Dr. Smith gave an interesting recital i "grasshopper government" of s(iend- on "The Little Bug Will Get You | ing yearly appropriations long liefore Some Day." ""' : the year has expired. Krom compara- I live data of other vears and other ! Hvailatde information a sy-tem of csre- '. ful SNpenditcre of such village funds I shoul I tir iirranged to cover th? whole ! Freeport's propoied Eastern Star Chap ter. .Xfter luncheon Five Hundred WHS indulged in, .Mrs. Fred Howell ; and Mrs. Ida .\rnold winning the hon¬ ors. Those present were : Mesdames Fred Howell, Ida Arnold, Fred Plump, Chester A. Fulton, Esmond Stiles, C. P. Kelsey, M. S. Schonmann, G. A. H Smith, G. A. Lindsay and Dr. Lind¬ say, A businesa meeting of the pro¬ posed Chapter will be beld in .Mechan¬ ics' Hnll on S«t«,(iii' evening, .March 11, at 8 o'clock sharp. A number of friends ^.ml neighbors surprised MHa. tfrank Johna of Graffing Place on Ihursday evening, March 2, in honor of her birthday. Among those A "Get-Together Sociable" wiil be held in the Baptist Church th.s Friday .,^„,„t ^^^^. j^,^^ ^ Cameron, Mrs. evening at 8 o c ock The committee q q^^;^ Mrs. N. Smiih, Mrs. M. barge consuls of Bedell tooper, Hoffman, Mrs. A. Verity, the Misses Guest and M,.. I'liia , Sadie and Mary Kobinson, Rose and Julia Hofl'man, Elizabeth Guhl, Doro- isl Church ,'hy Verity, Margaret Verity, Ella W. Daniels, Ethel Johns, Ethel Dunker A. Keogh, Frank T. Bailey, J. Huyler i church, next Thursday noon, March 16. »"'• ''assie Smith; William Daniels, Ellison, Joaeph R Clark, Roland M. 1 ^- '¦ William Dunker, Chauncey Smith, ' NORTH .MERRICK ¦ Ernest Healy, Fred Dunker and Mr. Mrs. William Young. The ladiea of the HApti will hold their monthly luncheon in the Lamb, Frank Bradley, Charles Con-! , „iw.... ii>,„„i. i„i,„o nnr« ('BdmanH Frederick John J i St. John's Lutheran Church meets • ano ""fS- ' f""'^ •J°""=- Randall Tr Charles A S=1gmond; ! in the Fire Hall on Camp Avenue, i Dancing and refreshments were en- John C: Kn^up Douglass Lawrencl'| North Merrick. Rev. William Stein- Joyed. Mrs Johns re-ived many Frank Willets 'bicker, pastor; Bible School meet, at ' P«tty birthday gifts and all lett ata., • ! 10:80 a.m.; evening service on the ; early hour, wishing Mrs. Johns many Business Men's Appeai ; first and third Sundays of the month more happy birthday.. The next service will be held at 7:30. With the more comfortable and cheerful place of meeting conveniently located we are in a better position mure earnestly tol urge all without a church home, espe- j cially Lutherans, to come to our ser-' I vicea. A het rty welcome await, all. HIMMEL—RAYNOR Louise C., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. R. Hinimel, and Daniel C. Raynor, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Amos Raynor, wore married Saturday, March 4, at Hempstead, by Rev. W. W. Winans. The witnesses to the marriage were Maude L. Williams and Evelyn Pray, both of Hemp.tead. Freeporters in Baseball Preeport, L. I., March 6 -Claude .Soper, former catcher of the Freeport If you should happen to be a busi- High School team, which won The ; nesa man, in business in this town, be | ^"^^ay^ March 19. Brooklyn Eagle trophy, ha. gone tn sure to aign a petition that will get San Antonio. Texas, «bere he will around to you, and which reada like play on tbe team repreaenting that \ thia: city in the Texas League. Thi. i. not; "We, the undersigned merchants of Soper'. initial bow in faat company. ', the Village of Freeport hereby pledge After leaving the High School two ! ouraelvea in the aum of $4, which sum years ago he canght for Andy Coakley la to be used for advertiaing purpoaea . on the Asbury Park team, in the At- ¦ in the "Buy in Freeport' campaign, to I ChVrch imlir'ovemenr'sociVtroY 'th; \ ^"'^^J^ antic Leagoe. He hni.hed among the I roo from April Ito April 15." Preabyterian Chorch will be held at I ^'^''"^"y leading catchera and waa high up m , Tbe following have signed: JohnJ. ' kitting. i Dolan, Louia MichnofI, Joaeph E. Sea- When tbo Colonial League, a branch . man, Williara Chobbock, Clarence •f the Federal League, waa formed j Abram., Charlea Fritz, Fred'k H. la.t year, Soper played with tbe New 1 Plump, Rfalpb Samet, Edward H. 01- Haven team, and at the cloae of the I sen, Jamea S. Lewi., Harry Barasch, aeaton was signed tip with tbe Hrook- F. Gump. Henry C. Schluter, James feda. Soper is only 20 years old, bat i F. Campion, H. B. Hagen & Co., he has caught some af the apeedieat, Adolph Levy & Son, H. E. Williama. pitcher, in the Colonial Lea^'ue in- The proposition is to run a two-page ^ ^ eluding Maxwell. Manager John Gan ; advertisement in the Nassau County ] j'^e benefit of thVcatholic Churcb of !''^at wi.hes from all present zel pn nounced Soper a comer. His Review and the Nassau Post for two i q^j j^oly Redeemer in the Crvatal' style is similar to'that of Archer of weeks. Along with this circular, are | j|,eatre. Owing 4o the size of the MISS SIEGMAN SURPRISED the Chicago Nationals. He has a good to be .ent to every home in FVeeport, ' i,ouge ^n aftgmoon performance will' A surprise miacellaneoua shower right arm and throw, to baae. without; and the telephone company has kindly j be given. It will be a real Iriah night: "aa tendered Mias Carol ine Siegman, any apparent etfort. dn " ' " "^ ' "- "' ' ' " —'— — • - -¦ Soper ia the fir.t of the Freeport m lads who have made good in fast com pany, to leave for the tiaining camp, to start, and the committee hope, to 1 ties and novelties not yet seen in these Hempstead, Tuesday evening. The Communication F^ditor Nasaau Couniy Review : Please allow me througii your paper |y to ask whether or not it is true our!/ Village Hoard has by a resolution, j which was not submitl< d to voto of j tbepeople, enlargi-d ur extended thej southerly boundary of our village lint beyond what it was when the people voted to incorporate our village. 1 understand a local aurvey of such en¬ larged boundaries was tiled in the office of the Secretary of State. If I am in error. I .-.hould be glad to be corrected ures from our own experience with motor tiactora. Where we liire horses 111 haul ouv apparatus f5 per call is paid, nnd of- course no owner of horses will gu.ii'antee the service. Where We keep horseB, as we have done for Hoae 2 and are doing for Hose 1, we pay •iJtlii ii.r nionth. Hose i has had IL ctfully, Allon N. lohn- If I am not, I should be glad to know t '^i"''' '• what power the Village board had so; to do and why it was done, i :5ome ques ion» hftve come in my [ mind concerning the notes of Counsel I lor George Wallace in the South Side ' Ob.fcrver last \\eek. Does he mean tf) infer or does he overlook, that village motor apparatus for over four months and the total cont of maintenance has lieen .'fil.25. against i'24l> u:idir the (irevious method. Truck 1 has been hauled I y a tractor, very similar to what is desii'.d for F'nginr 1, aince Augu-'i, r.ill, over i:it!lite(.'n 1110';^^^^^ and during tlial lime has left i'^^^ ouar lers 'J7 liu;es, 55 for ac.,^^, ^/^^ .^,,,^ .«.,.„, ,.„...«i.u... ,„..., ,„ «.:r"::H;;'i.r'rr',s'£''r,,;;; Povvn Taxes Due Jo.-itpli 'axe--. Ih. 11. Koster. Keceiv - now collecting tin II llall. Hemiisleai r (,l l<AVii taxis at I), tttila George M. Randall, father of G. Howurd RandaU, and father-in law of government rests on the Trustees aa S. Dimon Smith, Village Treasurer, well as the President? Is it not re¬ ba. been in a critical condition from quired that a Village Trustee should pneumonia for some considerable time, also insist and see to it that village At tbia writing there is not much affaira are run correctly? Doea he The regalar monthly roeeting of tbe Presby I the home of Mr.. Alvin G. Smitb, 17 I South Ocean Avenue, next Wednesday, I March 15. Thia will be an all-day : meeting, from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. I Tbe ladies are aewing nnd working for ; the Easier .ale which they will hold ; the last week in April. I An "Irish Night" will be held on next Friday evening. March 17, lor change in hi. condition. Mts. E. E. Daniel, of had a chicken dinner in honor of her March a. Among tho.e preaent were: Mesdame. G. Dunker, I A. Cameron, E. Johna, N. Smith and i F. Dixon; Miaae. Ella Daniel., Theo. I Dixon, jr., and William Daniel, of 'Freeport; Meedames S. Bonne, G. : Hine. and D. Lammart, and Mias : Lammart, of Brooklyn. Theafternoon was pleasantly spent in dancing and farioua other amusements. Mrs. Dan I iei. received many p.-etty gifts and mean by hie notea that hi. po.it ion now i. that Mr. Randall haa partici- Jay Avenue pgtgj ,g , fyygtgg j„ ^ gra.Bhopper "" government, but he will overlook it, if Mr. Randall will promi.e not to do 80 again should he become Village President? I should be glad to hear from Mr. Wallace further. Very truly yours. Village Voter. March ti, 1916. [We will get the facts regarding the boundary from .Mr. Shea, our Village Clerk, for "Village Voter," for our next iaaue if poasible. Ftom our rath¬ er ,vague recollection we would say that tbe boundary referred to haa not been changed but that there waa some mistake in the survey, but not one that when ;orrected took in a big sec- have time, cr at *Hil [iet iponth, which in . ,. iHot exfcorliiianl, .¦flmirt, « ..i'^Mb ot OOltUary -0>.ji ji-l fourth the cost of the uiipa- ; ratus, which was $8600. It is the practice In almost all citiea wheri> -Ihe' steaiU lire engines are in good condi- ^,g ti.>n lo pul tractoTH on them in prefer¬ ence to discarding them for motor ap good wh< KKV. S. S ROCHE (jarden City, L. 1., March Rev. Dr. Spencer S. Roch for many yeara rector of .St. Ilark's, Episcopal Church, Adelphi Street, near I paralus, and our steamer IS DeKalb Avenue, Brooklyn, died at; "condition. In a very short lime th« his residence here Monday morning. Council would have been forced t(, He was chancellor of the Garden City »table horses in the engine honse «| month, having served the church for more than thirty yeara. or apparatus. I would be glad to answer any ques¬ tions, verbally or n writing, for tbe information of the taxpayers, relating to either of these two propoaition*. Thanking you sincerely for your kind interest, I remain. Very respectfully your., Howard E. Pearsall, Chief of Fire Department. ionated all thn show cards, printed , ,yith features appropriate to the day : one of the popular operator. >n the ^j^j, ^^ ..j)„„gg,o,, city," as w natter, etc., for the campaign. celebrated and will afford an enjoyable Freeport Exchange of the New York j^^^^j jntirtiated. It is neceasary to have fitly signers ' evening to all who attend. Special- Telephone Company at her home^in We will confers oor ignora of Bert Edward, i. slated for a team in the North Carolina League and Big Bill Herring will doubtless go with any team John Ganzel manages. "Smoke" Herring, as he waa terined by Manager McGraw, waa a rookie with the Giants two years ago, and pitched in several gamea for the Brookfeds last year. — F^agle. F-ire liouse in Dangerous Condition It has been found that the floor of the house cf Hose Co. No. 8. situated in the Bayview section of Freeporf, has tiecome .0 decayed from n .ting upon the ground that it ia dangerous for horsea. A propoaition ia to be aubmitted at the village eleclion thib year to apend S4000 for a new house for thi. company, although the Fire Council was not aw(^re of thi. condi¬ tion when the appropriation was sub mitted. Try my special box of cut flower.. 75c, for tbe weekend. C. R. Anker. (¦cure this number drtV! the nexl -few (jonimittee. parta ^ill be presented. Ticket, admiaaion will bo 60 cents. of Primaries April 4 Nearly all the papers in th" County published ii iv« rtL-ements l„.il week, liy favcr ot ;iie Hoard of Fjitctions, announcing primaries to be held April 4, forthe election of Distriet Com milteemen. rooms were beautitully decorated with pink carnations and ferns, and the table in pink and white. Mias Seig "An Eight-Year-Old Bullfrog that man was the recipient of many band- Had Never Learned to Swim. " some presents, including silver, :ut The story comea from Eastern Colo- gla.ss. hand-painted China, pictures rado It must be true for a perfectlv and linen. orthodox Presbyterian misaionary. After a pleasant evening in games. Rev. Mr. Schumacher o' Colorado, dancing and music, a dainty collation brings it. He fails to account for the was served, after which the guests Stephen Pettit is the Committeeman presence of tbe said bullfrog in so dry vvere taken to their home, in automo- in the Sixth and Cadman H. Frederick i, country, however, nor does he ac- biles. in the Seventh District. It ia not yet count for it. extreme age. ' Bul other- Mias Siegman is the fiance of J. announced that they have any opposi- wisetirt facts are well attested. Ihey Cecil Powers, aon of Mr. and Mrs. tion are indeed fully as well authenticated'John Powers of Freeport, and an em- Robert G. Anderson is a candidate as the olher story of the drvne.s of , p'oye of the Telephone Company, to .uoeed Smith Cox in the Eighth Eastern Colorado, which told" of the Among those present were: Misses District. Clarence A. Edwarda, whose dust the catfish raiaed in swimming up Ethel Wade, Vera Reid, Oiive and name was mentioned, will not be a the river. Vera BedeU, Mary Nock, F'lorence candidate. Tbe missionary who brings the story , Loonam, Ruth Stromberg, Mary QuirkJ Inthe Ninth Diatrict the present of tbe bullfrog, and by the way he ha. , Mrs. Sadie Anglin. .Mrs. M. BOLkley. efficient Committeeman is Clarence I. several other good .tories. too, inalud- Mr. and Mr.. John Powera, of Free Lewi., who will he a candidate for re¬ election. Henry L. Maxson of South Long Beach Avenue, has announced hia candidacy for the position. Dr. George G. Kelley, a former gnorance what "grasshopper government" ia, but from extendedobservations of Mr. Randall', method of conducting vil¬ lage afiairs we would predict he will make no promises before eleclion and will live up to the law if elected — and justice impel, the further remark that no man who ever sat on the Board was better ver.ed in village law. LYMAN N. JONES, SR. The funeral service, of Lyman N. Jone., .r., were held Saturday from the home of hi. son, Lyman N. Jonea, jr., 6fJ Whaley Street, with interment in Greenwood Cemetery. Mr. Jonea wa. born in New York. He was a member of the New York Unclaimed Letters Volunteer F^ire Department and ran , (FrecfMirt Foil Office) with Hose Company Nj. 12, of Hud Box 143, Freeport, N. Y. son Street, for many years. He served Beard Mr Robert with the Twelfth New York Regiment j barman, Mr^. Viola throughout Uu Civil War. About fifly years ago Mr. Jone. moved to Harlem, where he was Treas¬ urer and a deacon of the First Dutch Reformed Church for thirty years. He was a member of the American Insti¬ tute and the Royal Arcanum. Crobsy, .Mra. Berth Dedek, Mra. Marie F'urtlie, Mra. Garlield, Ralph, N. Atlantic Av. Feiiizin, .Mi.s Mclionild. Llovd R. Miller, Mis. F; "" Merly. Miss. Buffalo Ave, GEORGE S. M03ELEY Porcell. iH'w Harriet George S. .Moaelcy, aged 68 years, .Super, Miss Fannie died from pneumonia ori .March -J. Thompiton Poultry Kari/i Co.. C F'uneral services were held at hi. late Wells. Mi.s F'. home, 93 SoutliliceHn Avenue, Free-i Robt. G. Anderson P. M. While this last paragraph in the i port, on Tue.^fa'y, Rev. IJr. Rhodes of. March 7, 1916. above communicatiio^ is a gpod adver¬ tisement for our esteemed contempo¬ rary, we publish il for the good it may do. — Ed. ] Brooklyn, officiating; interment at' Mount Olivet, Brooklyn ; C. A. Fulton, f'meral director. Mr. Moseley is sur¬ vived by a wife and children.- WilMng to Serve Country The wireles* amatear. of the coun- • Does Mr. Smith Oppose AH Improvements? Dear Review FJditor: As we are now discussing candidate. for village election I think we aboald have a fail and clear understanding aa SUSAN E. FIELD Susan E. Field, aged 62 yeara, died - > , , Monday at her ho.me on Debevoise to %»hat and who we areS-oting for. I try are receiving letters from the Gov Avenue. Roosevelt; interment F'riday have been told that Mr. Frank is-nith, ernment asking queitions abiut their at Greenfield Cemetery; C. A. Fulton, | r>ominBled on the Citizens ticket for get.. Among otber. this question i. 1 funeral director put to them: "In case your aervicea mg a brand new one on the Ford, is to port; Mias Loretta Shade, of Mineola;! f"'*^'"'.",^ mnril'Tn "Lie' o1^"aIcegaitv'' ¦ apeak at the Preabyteriar Church on Mis.es ^doa ReUley. and EHzabeth 'j-"^^ net Sunday morning. He .. ao full of King, of L/^b;.""'*- Mim_Marion JCet- ^^^^ aov^,„^^„t Radfo Service?" might be required by the Government, y^im(|^(>f FreepOrt ' ' ' "Lad" Advances his work, which is that of a Sundav cbam, of Amityville; Mr.. L. Kaiser, Scbool missionary in Colorado, that he of Jamaica, Mra. M. Hunter, of Floral florist "RockvVllie Centre, L.L; tele- Committeeman, bas not yet decided fairly bubble, over witb interest and Park 7 Miaaea A. Agnew. E Cashmere phone connection; delivery anywhere. AavorUMOMiit whether he will be a candidate against anecdotes and may "spill" a good story M. Cashmere, Loretta Como.key, Lo- George H. F. Aring, the^present hold- or two even if the occasion is Sanday retta Kelly. Irene Kelly, Florence Stephen Stu.Ty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Needle., to say, several of our Free- H^nry Sto'y, of 87 South Bergen port wircle.? amateur, bavp answered Place, ha. obtained a po.ition aa civil this question in the affirmative. engineer in the Public Worka Division ; the opportunity of der.ying iL Tro.tee, .tales thai he ha. never voted for an improvement in the village. Thi. does not .eem poasible, but in thi. enlightened age if it i« not denied he will not and .hoold not be elected a truelee in our village. Ip justice to Mr. Smith, if tbia rumor is untrue, he .hould be given er of tba othtse in trict the Eleventh Di? Tbe Boynton F''urnace Co. is a am* advertiser in the Review thia week. Their advertisement ia in aeaaon, and Smith & Bedell can supply you with tbe attention of persons intereated i. anything yo« want for your corapI*»- «a1ied to it. ion; aee their adv. " .^av<>-:tlsornvii! AdT»rtlieinonl and the place the pulpit. Come and tfelly, Gertrude Siegman, Caroline hear him for youraelf. You will qoick ^ Siegman. Alice Siegman, Mr. and Mrs. ly rid yourself cf every suggealion of Siegman. Mr. and Mra. J. Hamroar, gloom you mav have a.see'ated with a Christopher Hammer and Arthar sieg- misMonary life. man, all of Hemp.tead. (continaed oa pag»" 8) (Continued on page 5) The foregoing information is re of the Bureau of Municipal Research, iqoe.ted in order that the Di.trict New York Cily. Mr. Story wbo grad- ; Radio Superintendent at Radio, Vir- uated from Union College, Schenecta !ginia. may familiarize himself with dy, in 1914, has since tbat time been ! all amatear. and amateur atations in general manager of the Y. M. (". A. ! hi. diatrict, in order to perfect an connected with tbe college, and wa. ' organization of dame to be used in case al.o employed as instroctor in norvey- ;of neces.ity. mg fieM wcrk. Progre.B. We, too, have heard this rumor, bot 9 did not take any .lock in it. We will b" glad to publi.h any atatement from Mr. Smith or hi« campaign mabagera. -M Editor} IJ More Freeport New* on Page 8
|Title||Nassau County Review 19160310|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19160310|
Nassau County Review
FREEPORT, N. V., FRIDAY, MARCH lO. 1916
Vol. XX, No. 10
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