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The daily review. (Freeport, N.Y.) 1921-1926, March 18, 1921, Image 3

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FIREMEN'S ELECTION NEXT IN ORDER Company Officers M April 5 m—Chef to be Named on April 7 Prosport, March 18.~The Fire Coun: cil met Wednesday evening! in a, ses- wion postporied from the previous night. except routine business was tak- én up The basketball committee reported a most miccessful season. Interest in the games has been intense and the grade of basketball put up 'by -the Freeport firemen has been excellent. The end of this season is now in sight and next fall another crackerjack team will be on the floor eager to become champions of Nasser Nominating of officers in various fire companies will continue every 'Puesday might until the date of election, April 5. On April ? the fire chief will be elected. Thus far,. 8. Dimon Smith has no op- position for the position, He is now first deputy chief. On April 8 the annul meeting of the entire department will take place and reports of the secretary and treasurer will be read. A recent fire department story ap- peared in 'The Dally Review stating that Curtis Fulton might run against George Hoffman for captain of Truck 1. The story came to grief in \the works\ for it began with the statement that Curtis Fulton might run against Joseph Hoffman as second lieutenant of Truck 1. Students Make Record Urbana, TlL., March 17.-Twenty-eight men students at the University of Iilin- ois were given perfect grades in all their subjects, Dean Thomas- Arkle Clark announced today.: 'The record, is believed unique in- American collegiate eircles this year. Thrnrerkrn over 5,000 male atudents enrolled at the univer- alty Labor Crisis in Italy Milan, March crisis' has been reached in the industrial situation in morthern Italy, The number of idle men was estimated today at 120,000. Three hundred thousand workmen are on half time. INCOUNTYCWRT mama-m1. MIMC-vm Mincola, March 18.-Judge Lewis E. Smith, in County rt, announced yesterday afternoon that the calendar of cases for the. month. had. been finished and excused jurors of bis court from further service. The last case was that of Mike Swin- ski, of Plandome, convicted of burglary and robbery, 'With this convietion As- sistant District Attorney Edwards com- pletes a one hundret! per cent record for the term.. This was Mr. Edwards' fourteenth straight conviction, There were forty-two indictments handed. down by the January Grand Jury. -Of.these forty-two the entire lot were either convicted after trial or, knowing that they could not escape jus- tice pleaded guilty and saved the coun ty the cost of trial. There were four- teen trials involving twenty-two defend ants, twenty convicted and the balance pleaded That District Attorney. Weeks had been most careful in presenting cases to the Grand Jury, and that the January Grand Jury had been most careful in the consideration of cases brought be: fore it, is evident when the results ure Freeport, March :18.~The Freeport Club was.gay with shamrocks and the old ~Irigh green yesterday, when the Mothers' Club of Ergeport held a \Sah magundi\ party, for the benefit of the paper cup fund for antemic children In the Freeport schools. About-4$200 was realized. | <4 The large dance hall of the club was tastefully decorated with the colors of Erin and well fled with ladies of the village. One of the committee was inquisitive emough to look up the word in .the dictionary, and 'found it meant \hash.\ Just that and nothing more.. A glance at the woll filled room yesterday bore out the dictionary term, for the ladies were all seated at tables, and nt each table a different game was going on. No two were alike, and Hoyle in all his glory was working overtime. One table featured a little ball. 'They tried to see who could 'roll it nearest the edge without it going: off; At another a lady was dealing real cards, although the game was something that is not reviewsd Mr. Weeks and Assistants] 5°\ !\ the best mining camps and race * - f tracks, ° Edwards and Woods, prepared their , . ses with care, evidently from the A continuous chatter of village news recant was hitting the rafters with the rapidity * of machine gun fire, but the reporter Johnson in Mercy Hospital Rockville Centre, March 18.-Charles Johnson, a driver for the Nassau Taxi Company, is reported to be improving 3 at Mercy Hospital. He has been suff-| 4 ering from ulcers of the stomach and |% was removed to the institution a week ago: Thursday. Big Lockout E Copenkagen Copenhagen, March 18. -Two hun- dred thousand textile, shoe and metal|& workers have been locked out by their $ ' employers in the Maal district as a | & result. of labor -troubles. frre. Fourteen Presidents were the sons of # farmers or planters; three wore. the sone of clergymen, Andrew Jackson's 128 NORTH MAIN STREET couldtnot very well horn in for an earful of local items, eapecially as he was the only man present. 'The Indies» of the committee and re- freatiment committee was dressed in white, with green sashes, worn on the bias. The decorations were of green, as well as the cakes, ice cream, flowers, souvenirs. and bills that were passed in at the door. Prizes were given at all tables for all the games, oven though nobody knew just what the game was or who. won it, but then, there is the charm of 'the \salmagundi\ part 1st it, don't you. know! Mrs. Clarence A. m presidént of (the Mothers' Club, was here. and, there, and everywhere, seeing that the guests of the afternoon were enjoying themselves. In fact, the ladies of both committees were hard at work all the N. SHENKIN Carpenter - Builder . and General Confractor “mmfionymmphm Jobbing a Specialty 157 Harris Avenue FREEPORT, N. Y. Telephone 528-R DO YOU KNOW That we do all kinds of Mason and Concrete work, Waterproof Cellars and Furnace Pits? - CONCRETE WALKS, CURB- ING, GUTTERS and FLOORS are our specialties. 'A. S. JOHNSON FREEPORT, NEW YORK Let us estimate before placing your order. Will call upon request. Telephone 574W Freeport father was a sexton and constable. COME ANB SEE THE TO-DATE MARKET ON LONG ISLAND WHERE ALL CUTS OF MEATS ARE MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. QUALITIES THAT SHOULD FROM YOUNG NATIVE CATTLE 10 CENTS Telephone 1145 Freeport At The Free LEE WILLETTS PADDY PHILBIN n Of Westbury a of New York 6 Rounds-JOHNNIE KID LEWIS PRICES : $1.05 and ADVANCE SEATS at Chabbuck's Drog Store and United Cigar Store, Free- port; White House Barber Shop, Hentpstead, United Cigar Store, ___ Lirnbraok, md wud' D_N£ Store, Rockville Csntre. ALEX, t to THAN .TO-MORROW*S, ADVERTISED PRICES, AND ALL THE DESIRABLE CUTS OF MEATS ARE ON SALE- FOR THIS FRIDAY AND. SATURDAY. SPECIALS a Fine Rib Roast. .. . . .24%/c. a Ib. Boneless Pot Roast . . .24¢/c. a Ib. Fresh Chopped Meat . . .25¢. a Ib. Porterhouse Roast. .. .38c¢. a Ib. Smoked Tenderloin . . . 34%c; a Ib. OTHER SPECIALS AFTER 7 P. M. ON SATURDAY -For Instance Plate, Navel, or Brisket Corned Beef WERNER'S ATLANTIC MARKET, \%.... port Auditorium Monday Evening, March 21 AT EIGHT-THIRTY THREE BIG STAR EVENTS -10 ROUNDS- JOHNNY MURRAY vs. Murray is the pride of the New York fans and Johnson is Johnnie Dundee's sparring partner 10 ROUNDS- vs. The winner of this bout to meet Wee Wee Barton for the cham- pionship belt -10 RoOUNDS- Iria rpm MOSTMODERNANDUP RETAIL AT MUCH MORE SPORTING CooDS E4 & p s, | $ E 5 South Main Street 1 F a OUR A POUND this mission. THE BANK ON ANDY JOHNSON BUD SPARTLEY JOHNNIE HOLMES vs. SAILOR $2.20, Including Tax Our *Com ADAM (a Nae o ae ou enone da n b neao aB abe me bn ue e B n b ooo e me e pe ar a Mei bone M4 2204 %34 4 E M Your Gas Problem Solved Florence Oil Stoves LYMAN N. JONES The First National Bank FREEPORT, N. Y. This bank is chartered to be of service to the commu: nity-its capacity in this respect being unexcelled. Money deposited here is safeguarded by approved and np-to-date methods, and every patron is accorded. the mont liberal terms consistent with sound banking. Our aim is to serve well-we are fiignally fulfilling THAT TREATS YOU SQUARE (hie right posite Derby- MOTOR BOAT «:= __ FREEPORT, N. Y. Telephone, 60 Freeport autumn\an:uzuzuznzmznuxuzusnnqzulnan-unsung\; AIM a THE TRIANGLE slant in bat A- composite of our-most popular / shapes, over a period of years. * Aupiiteres Trademark averaged Wail Orders Fillea LANDSCAPE GARDENING Rogers Pest Courant STHUMEP & WALTER | I ieee at Hath BC. 'Oonven! w TELETARLE - AND FARM SEED ¢ | st Warren Freeport,. L 1. U oie sise Broadway Cornare\. Fimh Ars. ot Clot ®t I wEWw Tork Cit? time and deserve unbounded .pralse for making the affair & success, Those on the. refreshment committee were many, but it was impossible. to get all the namem and' to leave one ouf>-! It was done once, and with dire results., Therefore, the list is not printed. Suffice 10. gay, ;thoy were many and hard-working. The reception committee was' headed by Mrs. Clarence A. Edwards, president of the Mothers' Club, and Mesdames Anche, Jecke, ~ Hunt, Baron, Rose, Schley and Levy. Telephone Hempstead 85 GRIFFITHS & KORNICKER ~ Counsellors at Law Main St., Hempstead, N.Y NEW YORK BAKERY A. FREUDENBERGER, Prop 24 MAIN STREET, HEMPSTEAD ALL KINDS OPF BREAD, CAKE AND PASTRY BAKED DAILY JRDERS TAKEN FOR FANCY CAKES Orders Prompty Delivered Phone 184% Hempstead WM. G. MILLER, Inc. RATIO“ J. MILLER, Mgr. Auto, Plate Glass, Life and Fire Insurance WE BEAUTIFY HAIR AND GIVE) THE Newest of Coiffures MANICURING and SCALP TREATMENT HOURS : 9 A. M. to 5 P, M. EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT M. E. VIEHAEUSER Formerly with Binder, Phils. ROOM 3, SECOND FLOOR K. OF C. BUILDING HEMPSTEAD BECAUSE | The Early Bird Gets (Rid Of) The Germ NASSAU -< Electric Carpet Washing Co. 22 West Merrick Road Telephone, 1312 FREEPORT, L.L EING a bank depositor indicates that you are modern and business-like. The day has long passed when you can hide your money and serve your own best interests, Small or large, your surplus should be deposited in a modern bank, like this one, where the money will be. ife and easi'y obtained when needed and wil\ ie useful to you and the busi- ness communifty-to which you belong. oAsk for booklet, The Citizens National Bank of Freeport, New York 4% interest paid on special deposit accounts\ a most» Kordeous coflect\ on of ; {

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