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m «9 **ti>eT«Ikof Minhiwrt ” MANRASSET MAIL Mdi ^dMlOiaf Miwljantt** 1 VOLTlvi-NO. a. MANHASSBT, NASSAU OOUNTY, N. FIODAT. NOVEMBER 25. 1927 PRICE FIVE CENTS A.&P.LEASES2 ^ STORES IN THE HEHNBUILDING jWill Keep Present Location And Open New Grocery And Meat Market John C. Hehn closed a lease last Satacday for two of the stores i t the boOdinff he is erecting at the cbmer of Plandome Road and Hillside Ave ­ nue. The lessee is the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company. Gemrsc Harvey, who signed for the leasing company, announced that the A A P has elaborate plans for expan ­ sion in Hanhasset. The company, he 42nd. A n n h rwr w y Is ' Celebrated hj , Mr. and Mrs. Powell Hr. and Mra. S. M. Powell observed the 42nd anniversary of their mairiage oh November 18. They went to Atlantic City to celebrate the occasion quietly a t Chalfonte-Haddon HalL Mr. and Mrs. Powell were married oa November 18, 1886 near Brookville. At that time Mr. Powell was a farmer in Manhaaeet, his birthplace. He continoed as a farmer until 1903 when he sold the farm and went into busi ­ ness. He is now vice president of the First National Bank of Hanhasset. ^ said, is struck with the town ’ s , cen ­ tral 'location and with the business podsibilities promlesd for the immedi ­ ate future. The company will take the twe ad- doining stores on the northely eud of the building facing on Plan^me Road. One will be used as a grocery store, while the other will be oiie of the new A A P meat shops. These latter shops have been established k - ' cendy by the company amd run Iwith signal success in many other ^ng Island towns and the A A P feelsl^at Hanhasset offers ideal possibilities for establishing one here. I It is the company ’ s intention to keep the present location of the A A P store, of whicH' Jerry Healy. is man ­ ager at Plandome Road and Denis Street and to operate in both ends of town. ITie new Hehn building wiu be . ready about March 1- v*en the * P will be ready to open the stores with elaborate opening monies. CARTOONISTS IN FUNFESTATTHE NEWSPAPER CLUB Rube Goldberg- as Toastmas ­ ter Introduces Many Other Celebrities LOCAL CLUB WOME FOR CLEAN D Mrs. Jesag Wright and Mrs. phen L. Newman, in'the capUdl President and Vice President of[ the Msmhaaset Mothers ’ Club attended the conference luncheon of the Chtirch and Drama Association at the Hotel Commodore on Monday, Nov. 2L This organization has undertaken the task of prevailing upon New York Producers to put on worth ­ while productions and are enlisting the aid of all churches and civic or ­ ganisations in ttie work. If they can get one hundred thousand persons to signify their desire to see dean plays •they say they wUl be able to bring pressure to bear upon producers to such an extent that clean plays will be produced at least by a few pro ­ ducers. They are getting out a weekly bulletin, pving the name of the plays worth>Ming, so if you are going to the tneatre and wish to .take advantage of this service; call the Church and Drama Association, Gramercy 3476. The many admirers of Rev. S. Parkes Cadman will be pleased to kno wthat he is presi^nt of the association. Cartoonists of nation-wide fame, members of the New York Newspa ­ permen ’ s club, made merry at the Club last Saturday night in the first of a series of special nights that the Club has arranged for the winter. Other nights will be “editors” , “ re ­ porters ” , “ sporting writers ” and A |' “ critics ” night. Among the celebrities who appear ­ ed and helped-Hum the evening into a riot of fun were E. W. Kemble, who has been drawing the funny lit ­ tle negro cartoons for the last forty years; Winsor McKay, who made Nemo famous; F. Opper, whose char- of acter Happy Hooligan held the spot ­ light until Charley Chaplin came; Clare Briggs, Robe Goldberg, Tony EXdANGEODBTO GIVE XMAS DANCE SATURDAY DEC 17 WM. M. HYDE, PT. WASHINGTON NEWS EDITOR, SUCCUMBS TO PNEUMONIA Proceeds Will Go Christmas Tree for Station Plaza And Charity The Exchange Club of Manhasset will give a dinner and a dance to contribute toward the holiday and so ­ cial season at Rene Durand ’ s Chalet on Saturday night, December 17, ac ­ cording to plans completed at the club ’ s regidiir luncheon Tuesday. The proceeds will be used to decorate a CSuristmas tree which it is intended to erect in the Station Plaza or the Town Hall^ grounds, and for charity. The Comeli-Penn football game of oughty seven was fought over again play by play when E. M. McCallie, the club ’ s guest and Dr. Louis A. Van Kleeck, who both attended Cor. nell at the time, reviewed those stir- ' ring days. Mr. McCallie played left half back ia that game. Other guests of the dab were C. B. O ’ Connell, Great Neck, and -Earl Haig, of Brooklyn, both connected with the Aetna Life Insuranae Company. The luncheon ww one of the best attended of the present season. i Veteran Publisher, Stricken Suddenly, Had Been 111 t^nly-.Kew Days FOUNDED PAPER IN Identified With North Shore Politics And Brininess AH His Life $800.00 REALIZED FOR CHARITY IN FIREMEN ’ S DANCE Goldberg was Sarg and others, toastmaster. Mr. Kemble said his first drawing of the little negroes appeared in 1882. He is still producing them actively. Eld RandalL cartoonist for the New York Daily Mirror, and a frequent visitor to Manhasset doubled that night between two affairs, the car ­ toonists ’ night and the annual ^n- quet in New York of Stanford and Annual Thanksgivintf Ball ; of Auxiliary No. 2 Ijs Hugfe Success The annual mask and cii-jc ball of Auxiliary of Company No. 2, Msu- hasset-Lakevdlle Fire Department held in the High School gymnasium Thanksgiving Eve, was the most .suc ­ cessful afiTair of its kind elver held by the orgaaization. More than 800 University of California alumnL Mr. | guests gathered to enjoys the festivi- fondall Rr-flfiRidtQftb of-sthe'Unlver-1 ties in the elaboralely decorated sity of California of the class of |room to make up one of the most oughty something oi other. Linkletter Honored By Masons K=>« )CZ=H K=>« Presented with Bronze Token reOSPERTTY SEEN i ■JN. ’ ZSBYSIMPSpN A good Ofaristmss season for the msMbants, then six months of stcmdy baying in 1928, is the forecast cf James Simpson, president at Die Mar- shaU Field Company, Chicago;- who retnmed fi:om Elnrope this week, o He knows of bo inflation in this country except in Wall Street, where be *Svoald not like to see priceej go frigher.” | ^ During his harried trip through Germany, France and England, J Simpson found that manufacturers Anally realize that if they sure to do busines with America they most miske the sort of things this co untry wants. AU through the manufacturing cen ­ ters he found firms coneentla^ig on goods for American use. Germany ’ s exports to the United plates have in- crmmed 40 per cent over last year, he sidd. LITTLE WONDER CUTS COAL BILLS Herbert M. Fiah, 27 Andrews S U ws t , luB become sole agent in Man- hasnst flw the “ little wonder ” fati known as the “oxy- sver and which, _- to coal hnraing fum- is designed, to anve fuel cpn- - * “ ^ fioms and the gaeis that iitharwiss go to wail# nn the-ehinmey. saver, cdh m w ls n knosn blast hoWiar fuel se- coal aeaa is dssigissd.to i hsrarise go to wadi# tV tho-ehinmsy. GEORGE O. LINKLETTER EOSGE a LinUettsr, of Manhas- se^-dne ci the East ’ s most promia- oht .Hazonsr was hosiatad Iteadagr nS^t^y tha.toemhers of Paanmnak Lodgafc.^ Great Hack, of -whkk ho was OBO <t. acggniaars in 1906. Mr. « UBUMnir x9iM« ,in a4a» m^|l,odgst;.niiiiiitoad in 1901 1 - - — taken pert to nativities to an aztaat tiiat laa 0#an him a <onspicnous place in Masonry. Mr. Linkletter was presented 1^ members of the Lodge with a hronze dtatue two and a haK feet of a monnted ragaMdee, a flgara aya> balk of strencta, chanmtet and cou^- m a mbrrs < Msiiiassst strength, cheraetet ami age. Di^det Depato Graa£l KKrard O. Fmme, of Gla Co^ at- man pr sae nt . I.U iJuoAc up viitr v»a uiuea Wftshin^tOD If' 'icoloriul dance assemblages ever seen I . , .T. , I'u j , .iceired his elemem •here.. About 50 apjieared in masked :Costume. About 3800 .was realized brom the ball toward the interests of~ Christ ­ mas charity. A huge lucky number turkey was won by Z. Klensky, of Port Washington and there were six Winners of lucky number $5 gdd pieces. Firemen were present as guests from Great Neck, Little'Neck, Flashing, Mineola, Valley Stream, Glen Cove, .Port WashingHion and Long Branch, N. ,J. The committee- in charge of the was composed Of Herbert; Anderson, Chairman; Oscar Piendng, secretary; Walter Nielsen, treasurer; John Smith, floor manager, 'the assistant committee phairmen were: Charles Stevens, pub ­ licity com.; Fred Reinhold, program eom.; Nick Schneider, refreshment com.; Elisha C. Rice, printing and music com.; Harry ^hneider, door com.; John Beyer, Sr., wardrobe com.; Oscar Piening, prize committee. THANKSGIVING DAY FOOTBALL GAME OFF A targe , -Thanksgiving Day crowd was disappointed at Memorial Field yesterday -when the football game scheduled between Manhasset and Great Neck was called off because of the weather. With rain and cloudy ddes in the morning Great Neck-felt that it would be useless to make the trip so the postponement was made. Fire Chief Rice, head of the Manhas- aet Athletic Association, has a good game arranged for this Sunday. VICTORY DINNER . AT RED MAPLE INN William M. Hyde, editor and own^ er of the Port Washington News died at his Port Washington hoeae at 8 o ’ clock Monday morning, after suf ­ fering with pneumonia, since the night 6t Tuesday last. He was 67 y^Ts old and would have celebrated the 23th anniversary ot the foundii^ of The News on January 1. Mr. Hyde was one of the oldest and' most experienced newspaper writers, and editors in this section* of tha state, bis reportorial'and correepondi- ence work f^ metropolitan papers, extending over a long period of years and his management of the Port Washington News proving a venture that has produced widespread satis ­ faction and general community en- lightment. Born in Port Washiagton Mr. Hyde was a son of Edmund M. Hyde, bom at Port Washington, Jan ­ uary 8. 1837, died 1917, and Caroline (James) Hyde, bora at Cold Spring Harbor, 1825 and died! 191A William M. Hyde ’ s gnndfathcr, Edmund S- Hyde, was bora in Glen Cove 1812 and; he died in 1888 at Port Wash- ingtonA where, be mov^ in hia early daya'v His maternal grandtotlier, Daniel H\james was barn at Catd Spring' 4778 and died 180S. Williain M. Hiyie was born at Port 12, 1860, and rii- »ry traiaidg to^be j “ red school honse” ^Mld other pnbUc schools in the -villaW Soon after completing his educatibn he eatered upon a business career^at ' ftest in the capacity of a shippiaffs ckik for a wholesale house in New Y#rk City where he continued for four pears; then for eight-years he was associ ­ ated with a vdioieeale paint concern in Williamsburgh. Oa' N. Y. Newspapers He soon afterward joined hb in ­ terests with those of -the metropoli ­ tan ne-srspapers, and for ten years was reporter for the New Yark: Herald, Brooklyn Times, and New York Rw^rder. When he retarnad to\ Port Wa^ingtqn in 1896, he centin- \ued to report for the Btooklyn Times- in which capacity he continued for years. In 1898 he was insti iimi nisi in bringing! about the opening of the Long Island Railroad hi Port Wash ­ ington. The Port Washington News was started by Mr. Hyde in Jannary 1903, at that time a four-page pa ­ per. It it no-w a sixteen pdge week ­ ly publication. Mr. Hyde was a great sportsmair and his record as a day bird shut was established at a meet not kng^ ago when shot 99 out, of a hun ­ dred. He wto an enthnsiastic fisber- man and hunter and a great lover of dogs. \Was Staaack Repahlksw He always i'uterested himself fn politics and was considered one of the staunchest Republicans in Nas ­ sau (bounty, and especially in Town <tf North Hempstead affairs. His fraternal aflOiations were Merton - Ikpveeentatives from practie^ly every department in tie Town Hall gathereJ at the Red Maple tbvern a# an infaraui- dinner tveeaMp to celebrate the RepuUican victory of Mov e i ah a r 8. 'Thera were s a v et a l m- vhed guests present, one of whom, -was William IL Hy^ late e^tor of the Pott WaaUngtto Mows, and it M hdkvsd this wto thh last puUk function ha attendai. Sami shaft talks w«R given dtaing tbs eventog. Tbaaksgivtoc D«]r. Lodge. No. ea F. and A. M.. of Hempstoad; Frcep<nt Lodge 1253, B. P. O. E. He was a Moihodist arid a member of the Knkhetheckar Yacht dub, a ehaztar mraihsu of the Port Washington Yacht Onto aad an Odd Fellow of Seawaahaka Lodge, Port Washington. He im s urv i ve d m hb wife, the fen asr Careiiua D. Waste, of Brooklyn, aad tasee hrotbers, Charles EL, Doaial aad George of Port .Waftatogtaa, aad a ibtor, Mrs. Alke Hnlto of Port Wtahtogtoa. Fneni s e t v faa a vseva held at hist . n Jiaeksen Ota ea LTu iiis y the M|v. Fked pT C awta ef- wy in tltafamUp, Stfa^ ingtOB. HlfyHii ■1 iiliyiiiiiiiiiafi

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