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'I ¦ E. S. Randall Defeats A. N. Johnson 853 to 40 HEMPSTEAD VOTES $20,000 FOR FIRE DEPARTMENT, 325 TO 95 Nassau County Review t=R :EP()RT, N. Y., TUBSDAY, march 21 1916 VILLAGE ELECTION SPECIAL ^'ol. XX, No. 12 ¦] Freeport SinRl*' copif'.s of the Review for .sale atGreenlilittt'Hanrl Hraithwaite'*, Rail¬ road ¦ Av<'!uie: .Mic'hn^lT's, .Na-^";!!! Counlv i;.view, l>H.Siiva"H and C,o- b«'t/'- ¦..in Street-, DaSilva's,V/cst Mi-nrl: l;..n(i. tf. The irrst rtKul"'" njoetii;;; of fbern'W ViDsKe BciHri] of TrjateeH will be hi'lci next .V'lridiy evening, at 7 oclock. Thi.-i'!.¦' the statutory minjtinj?.^-utowiU- ed l)i' Ihw. Thf full Hoard o( '1 riistees new con- siBt'5 (if: Ern<'«t,H.:Kflndiill, l're.-'id(?iit Silas A. WilliBiiji Hi nry I.. .Mnxsun .John Miihpkin, new I'"rHnklin iifdell, rn-eleftpd Raynortown or Freeport? l.ymHTi VV. Taft sends ub the foliow- iiijj; item which he (•opied from the | I.on>4 Islander (Huntington) of Se|.- tembcr 2, 1853: •'Another nume changed—ChaiiKinc the nami s of villages and neighhor- hoodH neeni tu Xie the rage junt now in our ncighhoring Ci.unty. Among the reBt, th«! place heretofore called Kav nortown, Hempstead, ha.f chang nam or to w ppar Randall Elected Freeport President Mahnken and Bedell Truslees SEAMAN EASILY DEFEATS DUTEL THE T()T.\r, von: F.ir PvPsi.l • 1 U.HiKial! '. .i.lli N. JullUSDll ii.uikliii i:.mI,.ii .lulu, Ji. M:ililik.' Kr.-iiilv M. Sinith Imv.) S. l|..u,.li F,.rT S. 1 )iiii<iii Smitli I'or Cull.'.-t. iM;i:.snji;i\- Who ret,res ; :,..\.M1! ' si.-rvii. Fnilili S(';iii);rii ... K. Dnt-l lll-J I'isi liMI ill- I t;iiNEST I I'l-e.-iident Kkct, .^. KANDAI.I, \illage of Fivi'iM to Freeport-for what J'UrpoHe, i j. . s,„:|i, A-hat advantage, does not ap. ' ^UpCTVISOr :MT1 Jin ! a Candidate l'fC);>o.-.itii)n Nniiilii' ipriatiiit,' •^12,0(10 lor Stivi t M^,'litiiiK including if'|);iiis tn piant. No, -JOS. I 1 )U ail all ii'ighX schedule, One Birthday i in Four Years! Little Mis.s Norma Louise -jtumpf, j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John j .Stump', IM one of the fortuni»te or un- i fortunate youngsters who will only ! have a hirthday anniversary once in I four years, having lieen born on Feb-1 ruary '29 of this year. She haa four i hrotiier.i and .^^isters however, who will I '""^f y^'^'' undoubtedly allow her to have, a share | '"hn Xi. t.urlwright i.s al.^^o a candi- in their anniv.rsaries. , ^'"''' 'o'" '^e oltice, which carries with it membt r.-hip in the Kepublican j C'ounty Comniitlee. Removing Old Building The Freeport Bank haa sold the huilding 8011th of the, bank to Blaise Jordan, who will mo»e it to a site on Mill lioad, near Kaynor Avenue, as Hoon as weather conditions permit. This building was occupied for many years aa a millinery store by Misa f<il- patrick, and was later purchased by the Bank. It was recently occupied by Harold E. Williams as a feed state. Tlie aite will be cleared ap but no boilding operations are yet contem- pjated. Ves. IU. AiHiroprialiuK' Yes, -wr,. Clana to -Succeed Kditor .Stiies as Dis- ' trict Committeeman, liiram R. Stnith, Suiiervisor of the ! Townof Kenifistead, has sent out cards ' annuuncinj; himself a.s a candidate fori District Committeeman of the Tenth | .V|,,„.opriatin^,' «1.-)(M) for eeiiieiit ,vi,l..walks, hlection Di-^trict. This position iai y ,,.,, v- ,,,,1 now held by .Jamep l-L Stiles, who was i ^''^' '''''¦ •^"' '•" ¦ elected by the Super visor's assistance' I'i'oiiositioii Nuuilit-r li ID.OOO for maintenance of I'olic.,.' Dej.aiti No, 2: (7. l*ro|M)siiioii Niimljei :i Want Pads and Pencils Mra. Etta J. Carman, euperintend- «Dt of relief wcrk, is receiving dona¬ tiona of pencils and pads for tlie Mine ola Home, the inspectors of tbe acbool board hating forbidden tbe use of ¦Utes. Mrs. Carman requests that doDBtions be sent to her home on Brooklyn Avenue, before Wednesday, March 29, and she will attend to their delivery. All donations, no matter kow small, will be appreciated. Mrs. Carman would also appreciate farther donations of clutbinc and sec¬ ond-hand aboea for ber needy poor. To Improve Shell Fisheries Congressman Frederick C. Hicks, ti'rough hia secretary, J. Huyler Elli¬ aon, ia sending the following letter to the oystermen and others InteresteJ in lishing. The bill he refers to is also reproduced: ! l'ro|io-iitiiin Ntiini.ei -1 i A()jir()i)riatiu)^' >'.")(MI for m.-iiiifeih-inre of piihlii- [j.-irk at 1.. i. j Ves, :!<)(.;. No, 277. ,^ I'lopositioii Nilliilier ,'i jCiiviug .authority (0 expend from tli(» liitrlit Fund •'-'KililU ;<»r Yes, -Kid, No, ](»!». ! I'fopositioii .Numlier ti , (iiving' .uithoiit.' to e\|.i.nd froiu tl e Water l''iiiul-S!..")(t(i !¦ 0 • Ycs, 4:;."). No, 1H.|. 1;. 1;. vl'iisidiis •\ tcn,.^ioiis. .Niimiiei Propositi! .\ppropiiatint; s4,()0() for pnrch.ise of addititmal land in ly section of villatre ;iiid erectiti^ i< bouse for Hos. Ves. -406. No. 2:!7. ''Piped Heated" ARain We thoasht this "joker" was shelved, but here it is again from the Brooklyn Eagle: "Business men along Kailroad Ave- ¦oeand through Main Street bave been discDssing tbe advisability of connect¬ ing a heating system between the municipal plant and the business sec¬ tion of the village, the object being to heat the stores and buildings here by a central heating plant at the power house. The system haa been tried out in Scranton witb success, and the gen¬ eral belief here is that the thing could be worked out just aa successfully in Freepoit. This will eliminate the uae of coal for heating purposes in the Freeport business section. An underground sys¬ tem would have to be iiistalieil con necting with each building, so ar ranged that the heatinj; process for each, store or building can be managed hy Bteuiii guages in the various huild ings. The initial expenne to the vil¬ lage will lie met within several years, it 1? i!iituied, by the merchants. The .ii-.-'r.-ij. (Ill coal expense to the r\;i'i . ::iii!.-i will not be s^o great. I'l. . '' r.innin time anJ labor wil iom. riiis (i"on33i'ribn will brouglit to the Bttentieii Boaui after eh'ction." Keinle-s of the Nasaa 1 County vil ware »ware tlial when tbe . «'i;fv building of Hose -1 of the Fire . "'"l li'pfirtinent was built iiractically j''" ^'"'' nlcn..; id" the village plant, the engin •i'"'''''''' eor advise.i against trying to heat i in the method suggested above as h< dill not b -lieve enough heat 'could h delivere4.to ilo lho work, becau.se ol the rapid condensation of the ste«m. Esteemed Friend : Realizing the great importance of the shelltish industry which in the! middle Atlantic States produces some I I'loposition Niiniltei -s 28,000,000 buahels of the finest oyBterBJA.p,>r^,j,r,.,tiu^' k4,(XX) f.n- a motor tmctor Sor Kngiii- Con in the world, betides large quantitiea .^ ..^, .., ,,.,, of clams and scallops, 1 have intro-i l*'", •>n4- ?ti>, '2M. duced into Congress the enclosed bill; i\.,„.s:.. v 1 1 and am exerting all my energies fork . ,. Question Numl)er 1 its passage. jrrovidiut,' for registration of vot^r- for Vill.tye elections. The valoe of this industry to tbe i Ye.s, 86'.>. No, 28(>. citlcens of Long Island cannot be over I estimated and I feel that every efTort j ^ should be made to increase tbe yield and insure tbe propogation of the catch. Our aection has not received proper consideration in the past atid too little attention generally baa been paid to the conditions linder which sfaeltfisb thrive and now tbat the sup¬ ply is being threatened by unkncwn causes, tbe Government should lend\ ^^ aasiatanee to ascertain the reasons for the failure, for thoae direetly inter eated have neither the means or the facilitiea to make a scientific study of the subject. I have solicited and been promised the support of all Congress* men coming from marine districts, and to strengthen my poaition wh>n I appear be.'ore the Fisheries Commit¬ tee, I ask tbat you write me a lettir expressing your views anl also thnt yo'i ask others who are interested to write me, in order that I may prjseit all ihe lettera and thus convince the Committee of the necea.iity of passing the measure. The amount of the appropriation asked for has been made small in order to insure ilii passsge, but is sufficient in the opinion of the HureaN of Fish¬ eries to make a proper study of the •uhject. I hi-ijie you will give the matter your prom-'t atteiitinii. Aaaur-' ... ing \eu of i;-y hearlv Co o.iertition in' Oldest Tm- bH ninlters perf'iining to the welfare of the district which hus honored me vvith its cciinriission as niember ot I am with high regards. >oUtll\\ Co. N. iter- I Population of '^ Incorporzited \ illaijes I rweiity-niiie incorporated villages in I this State at the prtsent litre have 'each a population ol .")iliM) or better. ; Saddle Kock has fhe distinction of be- 1 ing the srmillest of the -tfi;! incorporat 'ed villag s, il.-i permanent residents numbernu; liut 71, Peekskill lo[ia the lliat vvith its population of 15,59'2. IFigures compiled from the State Cen- I BUS taken by Secretary of .State Hugo last June show that there are '297 in-¦ corporated villages in this State nav-; itg a population under KHiii; 121 that range from fOOO to 200(i residents; ;"..'. ^ from •Jiinn to 3*1(10; 1^!? from 3011(1 to' ' UMtii and '22 vvith populatit/ns between ; 4000 and .''iiloo. Villages in cloae pro.Nimily to the : larger cities have in many instances enjoyed a marvelous growth aince 1905, the rtuctuation.s of imlustnal ac tivities lieing strong factors in pro¬ moting or retarding growth. The foi lowing givea the iiopulalioii of New York State'a incorporated villages in 190.') and 191.') that have a present pop : ulation of 6000 or better, including , figurea for .Mechanicsviile, Saratoga Springs and \Vhite I'iaina thai have now become cities : • Villages Albion Catakill Endicott Fredonia Freeport Hastings-on-Hudson Haverstraw President-EIect Randall Gratified Ii .; ,<;,scs Appreciation to Vott rs in Speciai Interview to Re¬ view Editor and Promi.sesar Efficient and EconoinicT' Adinini.stration, Our r:evv \niii)..- rresident, Kin*.st S. Kamlhil. v,ii~ inlii viewi il ly the Heview t'tiil. I lh;s ivtniiig, al'ter the result of llie electu n was Bt-certainrrt, and at ( ur iKiuest timde Ihis brief .statenitnt: I wish to iiiiist heartily tliiir k Ihe voter;, of Ireeport for Ihe i.-ontitlence expressui in ll.e Bs shown hy the result of the bHlluts cast today, «iiuli have eltcttd me to be the I'reaiilent ff our Village of Freeport for the coming year. 1 wish alao to thank those cf my friends who have worked so hard and faithfully lo bring about this remit. Wcrds ciiiiriot express niv most heartfelt api.reciation. The campaign has been con¬ ducted along the most gen- tlwTianly and honorable lines and for whicii no apologies need by made. For myself 1 pledge to th>- ta.xpayers ami residoo.ts of Freeport the most etlii-ient and economical aumiiiistration of the affairs of the village Ihat lies in my power. I sluill strive to produce the best re su''-^ Ht Iht leaat popsilile Cf 1 ,-i;;il without fear or fsv- 1310 Votes Cast lib declare.!' li-rk l-allot .The Local Topics Wltti -I'residt polls closed at 1310 had jus.l 1- latit ten voteis ; 1:;!' r.aiii-. laoit Allurt E. Alien l:!»i-s W. R. Nyv'ren " ' " IMwiird Merlz \M!Iiair, Miller Wilijaiii \V. Busi- ;;il J U. A. MHIrr T'^oa ( hs.iits F. Young 13U_ » ' -¦•• i '¦ TheFir..t Mv ui al Llic l*oll Tuesihiv. .March Jl-The Villi Ekctivn iu>m 2 to !S o'clock today l# lively fine, rotwithstatiding tht; snoV storm thi.'i tiiuniii g and the disagret'^ able walking this afterncon. The j)oH(| Were opened by President LRlBi( promptly at 2 o'cl( cK, T-usttes Bedell^ Handail, .Maxson and Williams; Vil¬ lage Clerk S. P. Shea, pIbo 11- E. Ki(}« er. H. A. Waliing, 11. K. I'earsall ani) Walter l^. Cozrcr.s assisting. tUSi^ In the tirst hour 2tiO Vfites were :««t,; fiiUf- of them being women, namely:i<|| .Marie I, Campbell j Katie .Miller Lilla M. Humplire;. .1. M. Wiggina 111 the tirst fifteen niinuie-s T.^ votei were cast and 'JtiO in the (irst hour, tb4 fir»t ten voting being : ('adman FredericK j William C. Smitb * Ceorge M. (.leiler ^ I,.0 Fishel .1 . A. a. Wallace 'J K. E. liimaghy j I Ieorge Miller C. A. Edwards ] Kuaaell K..- .'.o llmry Verily ' The last part of tlm hour tht' initi'afl ru:-h let up a liltle hu' the t-ital n_-m--. ber ( f vote-' cast ttave evidence of thW intere;;; the citizens have in Villagai a trail At .mpl.r i.>turr, I by the iitionk not enti n vilUiir nffairs editor Ihl.. is not H fair idea o issu.'. being rushed oul f your village election news. Iar edition contains eight vve liuLilish h1 can lind. 'Ur Weekly give you Our regu- pagea and the [''feporf news we I Hempstead j Herkimer j Hoosick Falla 1 Hudson Falls Illion Lancaater Lesterahire Malone Mamaroneck Mechanicville Medina Newark Ossining Peekskill Perry Portcheater Rockville Center Rye Saratoga Springs Seneca Falla ' Solvay Tarrytown Walden Waverly White Plains 1'.<M.- 6.174 5. -294 1,817 6.14K 4.012 3,060 <;,18L' 4,14.'') 6,596 .'¦),2.51 .'¦),321 5,924 S.86S 4,035 6,478 5,090 B,102 4,784 4,654 7,185 18.200 3,749 11,198 2,648 4,076 12,999 6,783 4,196 5,370 3,737 4.855 11.579 19 If). 5,9HH 5,371 ' 5,581 : 5,328 i 7,463i k Ihe total voir was tilO.. Vote Compared With Other Years. 1 ;I I I) I.hiiib (;ii7 ¦lohnson ,",7^ I'or Trustee. Williams received 526, Max.'on 4."i8, Frank M. Smith 435. 1911 554 511 19i:j f)79 398 212 I.amli Con Stevens Fllisun There i- a subscription blank on this page for you to fill out, and give your family the privilege of getting this local news regularly. If you prefer further evidence that 6,461 ' ^'*^ ^^'i" K've you your money's worth, _ 5,41S : just sign your name and address and • the then record tigures of nficrforTroB- 6,07Hjf"8''« under it, "Want sample copies" ' tee. 9,577 I '°'' ^'¦'hich there will be no charge. 5|686i ' Will Buoy Waterways S.9M I ..^ ".nversation at the polls on Elec j Birdsall Jackson, the civil engineer la thia year Robert Welden made g'og^ltion Day 5,400 1 "Well if I am arrested you will have 7,404 I to bail roe out." 7,290, "No danger at all." s'ftSoi ' " ^*"*'""'' *" »«8ert theae twe men 6.078 didn't vote for regiatration. 6,468 1 10,326' 15.502 6.009 16,129 5,228 .5.339 12,864 7,018 .5,886 .5,752 .5,196 5,119 18,681 __1 V_FKA \ K S !•:,\ .M -X N Re-elected Tax Ooilector Handy Guide to Citizenship County Clerk Thomaa S. Cheshire has secured a quantity of Ihe "Guide for Applicants for Citizenship" by C. O'C. Cow'ev which is a very valuable hook for persons (ilanning to become citizena of the IJnited States. Copies will be furn'shed by .Mr. Cheshire upon «( plication, to any interested persons- (JMR VILLAGE ELECTHCIAN The Brooklyn Eagle had an intereat¬ ing item in a recent iaaue regarding our village electrician, Harry A. Wal ling. We quite frequently copy auch itema, giving credit to our contempo¬ rary, but everybody knows Mr. Wal¬ ling so well that this time it would aeem a waste of our apace. For tbe benefit of thoee who saw the item it might be in order to remark that there I ia only one Harry A, Walling, altho 17.' . .1. • 1 t . . .u u„.„ .u ». .1) 11- . "'"'" County, their bank tax in accordance ; the photo with Mr. Wa ine s name -.i. .\ , 1 , ,- l -1 , , ,. 01111)11; B """"^ with the law, as here published: [under it would aeem to be another' man. The item was a better picture of him than the photo was. for the Town in all the dredging that has been done of tbe bays and creeks, recommended to the Town Board at ita meeting laat week that buoya or chan> nel markere be placed in the water> ways to indicate the channela. Ttw Board thought the suggestion a good one and referred the subject to Super¬ visor Smith with power. Mr. .Iackson stated that he thought that the work might be done for about $500. Mr. Jackson was also directed to re* port on dredging a channel through the waterway in Hempatead Bay known as Kundy. Bank Tax Apportioned County Treasuri-r D- ./. Hegeman has received from the banks of the Congr.' Date. assistants ii; .loubti - of Ultl. R.¬ iw i- Fi satnr. ( Bureau HIGHWATEK ri um»i!< tr,* lor ->, mimUp." to- K Fridav Mar. Suturday. Sunday Monday, Tuesday, Wednesdav, Thursdav, Friday 3nturi',ny, April HUE lay II... TAHI.E 1,. D'.lll,- ¦mi.'teHflJBn)) •-'» ¦-'5 26 27 28 29 to Si 1 '10:51 p. 11:49 p. 1 :06 a. :.':48 a. 4 :02 a. 5 :08 a. 6:0r«. 6:21 a. 7 :U9 a. 1 .'C m m. m. m. m d:. m. m. m. ants. will. - . . I ,L - .1 o .(,'•. reppectivel,'-', he, at,d the hereby, authprizf.l in t,be Fisheries, l)«pHiH«ent uf Commerce to ensble that bureau lo contio't need ed investigatioD-j and experimeDln for the development and impr.nemert of I'tiiKi !c i tho oyster and other Bhelllish Indus trie*. COUNTY REVIEW. lijw Builcliiig-, Freeport. N. Y. 1916. accoi;iin.' i Name , When some papers adopt the stile of publishing duch names as Pater ' Kilowatts and Tonsilitis Barto as a slur on some one they can't control, the person- referred to should not be debarred from reply in;' in It itv! hut what's the use'.' lAKP'S HOt l.ynven W. Taft wriics fr«m Hunt ington that his hfih.sl-fl i" now "O. K. 'll'-. ' ¦¦ I ¦¦ healthy ¦i ' '' I in down ' KR down, the •-. ,k Cotr... Street First National, Hempstead Hempslead Hank First National, Freeport Freeoort Hank First .National, Hock, ("entre Bank of Hockville l.'enire Hank of Lawrence I.vnbrook .National Total .Vorth HempsltatI Hi Oyster liay Hark-' k- (irand ttjHal The .J...triliuiion of the i.]_;^ i'! i lij: yi)i. ¦•' i' I ij.-i- ¦¦ your (jffer in Viilag-e $1948 50 210.5.41 588.04 l'29ir.4S .576.84 18:18.84 1II4.S.04 588.18 $9328.78. .'5.!980.2T- $H487.41 |19796.46: ran WHM made -• -.0 51 ,75 75 H3 <>4 0 <i 4H A J dress. I If you dijnot receive your copy ot , the Review regularly, you will do us a special favor by letting us know of it Every subscriber is entitled to eaco copy issued du ing the tittie for which hia Bubseriptioo is paid and mis^inp copies will be gladlv mailed upon re quest. Woul,d like you to send me speciai reminder -when taxes on my property in Freeport are due, without extra cost. Make a cross (X) mark. Kditor- Do yoo know hou newspaper? Applicant--No. gir. Editor—Well. I'll try you. you've had experiiroe -T.rurk Comin;; hvents Yes. No. Wedoesdsy evening. March 29, smokf r given by Freeport Chapter No. 3('2. K. A. M., in tbeir rooms In Me chanics HaU. ,, $i9,79S.4f f-rom Our Exchanjfes H>fvpriue c^fittef Mohawk dm Sutn?* 'lay hit w up derelict wreck of bark !:'her:undoBh, five miles northeast Oif Jones beach Coast Guard Station I I -N. Y ! Whicii H»«.ma to be on the Merri Ro«<l near Bel|i.iurtt,
|Title||Nassau County Review 19160321|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19160321|
E. S. Randall Defeats A. N. Johnson 853 to 40
HEMPSTEAD VOTES $20,000 FOR FIRE DEPARTMENT, 325 TO 95
Nassau County Review
t=R :EP()RT, N. Y., TUBSDAY, march 21 1916
VILLAGE ELECTION SPECIAL
^'ol. XX, No. 12 ¦]
SinRl*' copif'.s of the Review for .sale atGreenlilittt'Hanrl Hraithwaite'*, Rail¬ road ¦ Av<'!uie: .Mic'hn^lT's, .Na-^";!!! Counlv i;.view, l>H.Siiva"H and C,o- b«'t/'- ¦..in Street-, DaSilva's,V/cst Mi-nrl: l;..n(i. tf.
The irrst rtKul"'" njoetii;;; of fbern'W ViDsKe BciHri] of TrjateeH will be hi'lci next .V'lridiy evening, at 7 oclock. Thi.-i'!.¦' the statutory minjtinj?.^-utowiU- ed l)i' Ihw.
Thf full Hoard o( '1 riistees new con- siBt'5 (if:
Ern<'«t,H.:Kflndiill, l're.-'id(?iit Silas A. WilliBiiji Hi nry I.. .Mnxsun .John Miihpkin, new I'"rHnklin iifdell, rn-eleftpd
Raynortown or Freeport?
l.ymHTi VV. Taft sends ub the foliow- iiijj; item which he (•opied from the | I.on>4 Islander (Huntington) of Se|.- tembcr 2, 1853:
•'Another nume changed—ChaiiKinc the nami s of villages and neighhor- hoodH neeni tu Xie the rage junt now in our ncighhoring Ci.unty. Among the reBt, th«! place heretofore called Kav nortown, Hempstead, ha.f chang nam or to w ppar
Randall Elected Freeport President
Mahnken and Bedell Truslees
SEAMAN EASILY DEFEATS DUTEL
THE T()T.\r, von:
F.ir PvPsi.l • 1 U.HiKial!
'. .i.lli N. JullUSDll
.lulu, Ji. M:ililik.' Kr.-iiilv M. Sinith Imv.) S. l|..u,.li
S. 1 )iiii|