Daily Review of Nassau County 19210627
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THE WEATHER Continued cloudy; probAbl^ light j showers. Warm light winds. THE DAILY REVIEW ¦MeeMMeaManiM Of Nassau County THE DAn.T REVIEl 2e A* Towr N«w« Or VAAjmroA M Tmv Official Papw, Viflag• of Fr««port FREEPORT, N. Y., MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1921 VoL XXIV, No. 106 FREmiRTHAS NARROWESCAPE FROM BIG FDtE Rnbbish Back of Store Igaited at ClotiBf Time Saturday Nifbt— PUce Heaped Hifh With Boxes —Police Attention Called to GmditioDs fal ViHafe Which May Yet Cause Disaster DIPHTHERIA PATIENT UNEXPECTEDLY LEAVES FREEPORT HOUSEHOLD Freeport, .lune 27.—A serious flre vraa averted Saturday nlKht when a blase was discovered and extlnftuinhed In the rear of fhe Roulston store on Main street about 11:30, A larRe t>art of the business sertton might have gone had the flre occurred half nn hour later, when the stores would have been closed. In .siiite of the fact that attention haK been called to Ihe condition of the back yards of stores, there is danger that the people will wait until a large fire o<"- curs before they take steps to remove rubbish. In Ihe'rear of the Houl.ston store is n court flanked by fhe store on one side, : Baumann's on the other and a flimsy ' Blied on other that is u.sed by Baumann! to house his cur. Ac<'ordlng to a report b.v the police I fills Hj«ce wa.s parked four feet high with rubbish, boxea, excelsior and the like. At about 11 •..10 p. m. tire was dis¬ covered in the yard by a rtoulston em- jdoyee. The store clerks rushed out and extinguished tiie I»(a2e. It Is thougiit thdt a <'igarettp was care¬ lessly thrown from the pool room up¬ stairs. In anotiier half hour all the Store.s would have been closed and the flre would have gained considerable headway before It would have been not¬ iced with everything dry as It was Rat- urday night, Heymour Baumann called the atten¬ tion of the i)ollce to tills condition. Freeport, June 27.—Miss Margaret O'Neil, employed at S3S Archer street, m>steriou>^y left the villaire Friday while lyider quarantine for diphtheria. Rhe was the only one in the house¬ hold affected. While the family were out Friday she paclted her belongings and departed. The family knnw nothing about her or where she may have gone. Dr. William Runcie, Health Officer, is anxious to locate the missing woman so the health authorities can be noti¬ fied. LOW PRICES PAID ATAUCnONSALEOF GARDEN Cin LOTS r THREE MEN HURT AS CAR IS STRUCK CROSSINGRAILROAD Freight Train Had Passed and Party Failed to See Train Com¬ ing in Other Direction Mlneolu, .Tune 27.—Three men were seriously injured and their car demol¬ ished when they ran onto the I.,. I. R. R. tracka at .lericho Turnpike crossing Saturday night just after a freight train had passed und a flier from Oyster Bay hit them. They are: .Joseph Oraskoaich, 33, of Roslyn. Ue has possible fracture of spine and a pos¬ sible fracture of the skull. In Nasaau Hospital. Joseph Jjabens, 36, of Mineola, car¬ penter. Has possible fracture of skull. At his wife's instance he waa taken home. Leonard Htrauss, 34, of New Hyde Park, owner and driver of the oar, cuts and bruises. Taken home. O, R. Kane, watchman at the cross¬ ing, says the crossing l)ell was ringing and that a long freight has Just passed. It obscured the view of the westbound tracks. The automobile party evidently thinking the bell was ringing for the train that had imssed, tried to cross and was struck Juat as the car was clearing the rails. The little car they drove was hurled ftfty feet and the men were thrown out ua if they were toys. '\ From $200 to $850 for Land b Exchuire Section and Not All Property Sold Oarden City, June 27.—The auction sale of lots in the exclusive section of this village yesterday was botli a disappointment and a satisfaction. There was a goodly attendance. There was some brisk bidding and good prices were paid for some of the better locations, but the crowd frankly came for bargains and they let it be known they exepect<!d them. The auctioneer by late aftemoon had sold 198 lots at an average of $-190 a lot or a total of $98,700, which was not high when the sales of other places In Nassau Cdunty recently are considered. The prices ranged from $200 to $860. I.<ots on Nassau boulevard l)etweeii Newmarket road and Somerset avenue, $475; at Stewart avenue and Whitehall t>oulevard, $500 or $10,500 for the plot of 22 lots; ut the corner of .Stewart avenue and Nassau boulevard, $850 or $18,700 for the entire plot; on Stewart avenue between Ktlburn and Brixton road, $625 or $13,750 for the plot; on RoKbury road between Chester and Salisbury avenues, $375; and on Nassau boulevard between Cambridge and Chester avenue, $475. Next Saturday there will be another sale of Long Beach property when 975 lots will go under the hammer. Re¬ cently 2,000 lots were sold there at one auction and the sales in that section this summer have run to al¬ most $1,000,000. SIINDAY SCHOOL PiUUDE,BLAZE OFRICHCOLORS About 800 Freeport Kiddies Pass in ReTiew Before Villafe Offi- dais and Listen to Speech by Jndfe Humphrey — Weather Conditions Perfect—Floats, Ban¬ ners and Costly Gowns in Parade =t1 $500,000 STAKE READY FOR THE BIG HGHTERS IN CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT Dempsey and Carpentler . will get $.')00.000 flat from Promoter Tex Rickard. The Promofer had the priv¬ ilege of giving the fl,?hter8 a guaran¬ tee fir a percentage and he chose a guarantee. Dempsey will get $300,<>W» and Car- tiontier $200,000. A certifled check for the amount is in the handa of Stakeholder ISdgren. BramiEDorF JllYtBEFOREJlBTICECROPSEY Burglar Who Jimmied Door Was Just Getting Busy When ! Family Returned j GETPLENHOFWINE IN "SPEAK-EASIES" Nassau Officials Make Arrests at Inwood and Seize More Than a Barrel of Treasure UCENSE SECURED NOW WILL SAVE PET DOG'S UFE Freeport, June 26. — The Freeport dogs not licensed by July 1 will be taken to the' pound and killed, accord¬ ing to the new dog law that puts the Issuing of dog licenses up to the viiage clerks, A suuply of blanks Is at the village office. Vlliage Clerk 8. P. Shea, is ready to take care of all applications. Hereafter the law will lie enforced. Pro¬ curing licenses immediately will .save dogs from the pound. Males require g fee of $3.26, females $3.25, and spayed , females the same as males, but th
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