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pi THE WEATHER Continued fair; temveralure un- I ?han*ed. Light wind*. swcaesesstc M; v • ; a '«?\ • , ri': RFVIFW IXJCi V IJLi VV THE DAILY REVIEW At Year News Stead Or Delivered At Soar Uoase Of Nassau County Official Paper, Village of Freeport FREEPORT, N. Y , MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1921 VoL XXIV, No. 100 HARVEY TRIAL BRINGS ARRAY OF COUNSEL LONG BEACH ATTRACTS CROWD OF NOT LESS THAN 1 OB,000 L o n g Rpach, iu n e 20.— W a rm aim b r ig h t nkW-fl attm i-ted .a g r e a t crow d to f,ong R e a c h y e s terday . II In estim a ted by V u p taln W a ller J. ftarrlscale, th a t at leant 100,000 persons w e re on th e beach. Wellknown Lawyers Appear io Case of Former Queens Sheriff Charged With Bribery and Con* •piracy— Court Takes Name of Flushing Man Who Expressed Hope for Harvey’s Acquittal M lneola. Ju n e 20.—Hacked hy a d is­ tin g u ish e d a r r a y of counsel, H e rbert fl. H a rv e y of M u shing, fo rm e r D em o­ cra t ic Sheriff of Q u eens C o u n ty, went to trial today before S u p rem e Court Ju s t lee C ropsey and a ju r y here. i H e in charged with brib e r y and con- Cliff F red j^I. M&ldment and his fellow splm e y . H e Is alleged lo h a v e reeelv- candidates, ' C. E. Husnell a n d D aniel ed $200 from .M atthew J . O 'N eil fo r J- H e g e m a n , seem to have th e special p r o tectio n of O'Nail, W illiam H o ffm an j election tom o rrow alread y \sew e d up. SEA CLIFF VOTERS INDORSE MAIDMENT VILLAGE TICKET Four Hundred at Public Meeting Show Desire for Good Government M lneola, J u n e 20.—W ith 400 of his fellow villagers u n a n im o u s ly en d o r s ­ ing him for village presid e n t of Sea find S a lerno In certain crim inal e n t e r ­ prises in w h ich they w e re engaged. T h e $200 is alleged to have been paid, to H a r v e y a n d th r o u g h H a rv e y by de- v I ouh w a y s lo C a r m a n f'lnnt, form e r county detective, for I he p u r p o s e of 1 giving Riant “ p ro tect\ O’Neil when he cam e before I‘olive Ju s t ic e C linton M. F lin t In F reepo rt, on S e p tem b e r 16, 1910. O’Neil a t th e tim e w as charged w ith h a v in g a stolen autom o b ile In his pos­ session an d w as to h a v e a h e a rin g on tlia t day. O 'N eil sw o re he arran g e d w ith H a rv e y to have R ian t \ta k e eure\ of him and th a t w hen he saw 1'lant a t th e tria l a t F lin t 's C o u rt room o r Just p r io r to it. P l a n t told him It w as a lr ig h t an d O 'N eil w a s not held for indictm e n t a t th a t tim e . O 'N eil h a s sw o rn th a t P lan t told Ju d g e F lin t th a t th e S late w a n ted to use O’Neil to catch bigger gam e in the o p e r a tio n s of stolen autom o b iles. S ta t e case Is prosecuted by D istrict A ttorn e y C h a rles It. W e eks, C h a rles 1. ■ .Weed, an d Wtvin N. E d w a rds, A sstst-nnt D istrict A ttorney. H a rv e y is defended by fo rm e r * D is­ tric t A tto r n e y C h a rles N. W y song, Stephen C. R a ldw ln. W illiam B u tler of B a ldw in’s olllvv, and J. W illiam Has- Utiln of F lu s h in g . P lan t, P e tt it, O'Neil, H o ffm an, Jo h n Jones, H a r r y H. DeHeau, S a lv a to r S a ­ lerno a r e all expected to be w itnesses a g a in s t H a r v e y today. T h o selection of th e ju r y goes fo r ­ w a r d now, I t Is expected th a t th e trial will he well underw a y w h e n th e a f t e r ­ noon session begins. C h a rles T r i g g e r of R o c k v ille C e n tre, w h o w a s called a s talesm a n in th e Jury box today, said he had talked to W il­ liam Y a tes of F lu s h in g and th a t Y ates had expressed th e hope th a t H a rvey w o u ld be ac q u itted and hgd told Y ates th a t he b a d been called as a , j u r o r . J u s t i c e C ropsey asked fo r Y a tes' n a m e an d T r ig g e r gave it to him . FELLOWCRAFT CLUB GIVES LADIES’NIGHT Masonic Temple, Rockville Centre, Now to be Made Suitable for Craftsmen’s Use T h e th r e e m e n on this tic k e t *are pledged to good go v e r n m e n t. Sea Cliff's b e tterm e n t an d th e public w e l­ fare reg a rd less of p e tty b ickerings and sm a ll tow n gossiping. M r, M a ldm e n t an d his colleagues have yielded to the im p o r tu n ities of th e ir fellow s an d -have ag r e e d to run for village offlne, n o t because they seek lim e -light, h u t because they feel th a t Sea Cliff Is en titled to as good g o v e r n ­ m e n t as its people w a n t it to have. W a lter T. J. D ickie an d his asso ­ ciates In th e village hoard resigned. Some of them a r e ca n d idates for re- election ask in g th a t th e y be sen t back as an expression of th e confidence of the people. M r. M a ldm e n t addressed the ratifica­ tion m e e ting F r id a y n ig h t ab o u t 20 ‘m in u tes, settin g forth w h a t he and his tick e t stan d for. W h e n he finished th e r e w a s no doubt th a t he h a d co n ­ vinced his h e a r e r s he w o u ld give a good aecO u n t of him s e lf in offic^. K n o w ing him a s they do th e voters p r e s e n t ratified him an d his ru n n in g m a tes anil tomorrowfe they go to the LEGION POST PAYS HONOR TO MEMORY OF ANDREW FATSCH First of the Valley Stream Boys to Die in France— Burial in St. John’s Cemetery V a lley S tream , J u n e 20.—T h is com ­ m u n ity received an o t h e r sh a ttered body of one of its ow n boyq, w h o m a d e th e su p r e m e sacrifice in th e W o rld W a r, th e first of th e hom e tow n boys to an s w e r th e call to th e \G r e a t U n ­ know n .\ T h e body of A n d rew F a tsch e r , now restin g in St. J o h n 's cem e tery. GAS EXPLOSION IN STREET CALLS ROCKVILLE CENTRE FIREMEN OUT; NO ONE HURT R o c k v ille C e n tre, Ju n e 20.—G a s ex ploded and set fire to planks used to pro tect th e pit in w h ich a g a n g of m e n had Iteen w o rking at Ijik e v iew an d S o u th a r d aven u e s S a tu r d a y evening. T h e gas com p a n y is in s tallin g new m a ins an d a t th is point th r e e valves w ere placed. W o rd of th e explosion w a s received ■U I'ollce H e a d q u a r ters and w h e n F irst A s s is tan t C h ief W ood w as notified In­ direct ed A lert H o se C o m p a n y to pro- reed to th e scene. N o one w as h u r t. T h e dam a g e w as to plunking. The flam es w e re extlhg ulshed w ith sand. HINEOLA GRADS PREFER HUMOR TO STILTEDNESS SUNDAY FIRES KEEP FREEPORT VAMPS BUSY GIRLS’ MEMORY FAILS; SPEECH NOT CONNECTED, IN HOSPITAL FOR OBSERVATION M lneola, J u n e 20.— M a ry I^ e , givfhg a hom e ad d r e s s at 662 N inth avenue, I M a n h a ttan , w a s adm itted to N a s s a u ] H o s p ital y e s te r d a y for ob s e rvation. She i suffers, th e hospital ann o u n c e s , from j loss of m e m o ry. T h e girl say s sh e is m a r r ied and th a t i h e r h u s b a n d 's nam e Is Steel wood, bu t , w h e n pressed to tell w h y she is know n t o Pile of Shingles Garage and HS M ary Lee h e r replies a r e eith e r not Automobile Owned by Frank 1 re s p o n s ive o r a r e not connected. She Boys Playing About House in Course of Construction Set Fire VILLAGE PRESIDENT CUTS TREES AiED BY MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES Rockville Centre’s Chief Executive, Edwin W. Wal­ lace, Uses Police Force and Workers from Power Plant to Destroy Shade Trees in Park Avenue-Two Trustees Join the Party Stevens Destroyed in Night Blaze— Firemen Save Houses | Was em p loyed. It Is said, a t the B righton H o tel a t Ixm g B e a c h . Get a Lot of Fun in Burlesque of Their Own Graduation in Com­ mencement That Has Real In­ terest and Individuality— Bac­ calaureate Address by Pastor Dunhee More Serious M lneola, Ju n e 20.—T h e Rev. G eorge G. D u n shee, p a s to r of th e P r e s b y terian U h u rch, la s t n ig h t gave th e baceulaure ate serm o n to th e g r a d u a t in g elass of th e M lneola H ig h School. T h e g r a d u a tes, th e facu lty an d th e m e m b e rs of the Board of E d u c a tion w e re present. T h e Rev. M r. D u n shee talk e d of the requ isites for success In life a n d told the g r a d u a tes th a t courage an d m o ral en orgy w e re abso lu te essentials. The p a s to r gave an in s p ir in g serm o n I h a t w a s heard w ith m u c h in t e r e s t by a large num b e r. T h e re w as special m u sic. G r a d u a tio n exercise* Will he held In the village hall to n ig h t a t 8 o'clock, at the conclusion of w h ich th e class will receive diplom a s. C lass day event# of th e h igh school g r a d u a t in g class fu r n ish e d an evening of pleasure for th e seniors, th e Juniors an d th e facu lty on F r id a y n ig h t. The pro g r a m served as an adm irable vehicle to g e t over som e clever en tertain m e n t. C lass m e m b e rs burlesqued th e ir ow n g r a d u a tio n . T h e y took for a class m o t­ to, \M e for a D iplom a ,\ an d \H e c k e r 's \ as the class flower. F o r th e class anim a l th e y selected a \p o n y \ an d for the c lass color th e y chose \lig h t ta n .\ T h e r e w e re selections by the school o r c h e s t r a an d th e n th e full class day pro g r a m . R o b e r t Bedell gave th e presl d e n t ’s address an d Miss K a th r y n Botto gave an o r a tion, \L ife.\ T h e class I*oem, especially w ell done, w a s by Irv ing T redw e ll an d C h a r les F lesch an es say on \P ie s ” w h ile R u s s e ll B a r ley 's co n tr ib u tion w a s \A n A u tobiography of a M icrobe.\ M iss E m ily W h l tta r d gave \F o u r F reepo rt, Ju n e 20.—Tw o fires spoiled [ th e peace and calm of I he S a b b a th i yesterday. Boys started a blaze u n d e r I som e shingles n e a r a house In con-1 stru c tio n on M iller aven u e n e a r Whn- i ley s tr e e t in th e afternoo n , an d th e j g a r a g e u n d c a r F r a n k H. S tevens, 166 G ran d avenge, burned ab o u t 11:30 j o’clock. T h e aftern o o n fire w a s at a location I BEACH THEATRE OPENS AT WEST END. LONG BEACH L I. EMTOItS MET M l ENJOY RARE JUNE DAY SESSION Officers for Year Chosen— Gen. Passenger Agent P. H. Wood- • ward Gives Pleasing Address w h e re H a r r y k . v a n R i p e r of O cean Street Parade, with Much Splendor, Opens Celebration in Which Thousands of West Enders Show Their Belief in the Present As WeU As Future of The Resort— Speeches Enjoyed A n d rew F a tsc h e r w as d r a f ted a n d , s t a g e s of H ig h School,\ a hum o rou* sailed in Ja n u a r y , 1918, w ith M o tor j t h i n g as th e en tire program . R o b e rt T r a n s p o r t Co. 361. H e fo u g h t In every b a ttle up to th e tim e of h is death. A t C h a teau T h ierry , h e w as gassed and shellshocked. M cCord gave th e class h isto r y . Miss H e len W r ig h t th e class will, Charlee B e a h ler th e class prophecy In w h ich he foresaw the fu t u r e for all h is class R o c k v ille C e n tr e , Ju n o 20.—Fellow c r a f t C lub of M n ssapcqun Lodge, F. A A . M., con d u c ted a ladles' n ig h t In th e au d ito r iu m of M asonic Tem p le, U n c o ln avenue, S a tu r d a y evening. T h e \R e d C a p Jazz B a n d \ en tertain e d w ith song an d m u s ic. T h e affair w a s larg e ly a t ­ tended. ' T h is Is th e la s t affair to he held in th e au d ito r iu m by th e club until a f t e r a l t e r ­ atio n s a r e m a d e . W o rk of reco n s t ru c ­ tin g th e building is expected to begin Ju ly 1. T h e en t ir e In terio r of th e au d ito riu m Is to be r e a r r a n g e d so it can lie used fo r a lodge room an d an au d ito riu m . A g r e a t o r g a n , recen tly acq u ir e d from a B r o o k ly n c h u r c h is to l>e placed in a g a llery a t th e n o r th end of th e hall, and clothes ch e c k in g room s will be placed on e i th e r side of it. T h e stag e la to be enlarged an d so co n s tr u c ted th a t th e new seats can be folded up a n d placed b e n e a th It w h e n an e n t e r ta i n m e n t h a s been finished an d th e fioor is desired for d a n c in g .. A p p ro x i­ m a tely $20,000 w ill be sp e n t for im ­ prov e m e n ts. g A new electric ligh ted sign, \M a s o n ic Temple,'* ha* been placed on th e fro n t ef the building. | I --------- - ---------- 1 ------------------- Entertain Mr. and Mrs. DIUenbark Mr. and Mrs. L. Q. DUlenback and daughter, Mary Louise, of UAnuta. III., are spending the summer trtpnths a t the home of Mrs. DlUenback's mother. Mra. Alexander McIntosh, 331; Rocks M r. an d M rs. O tto F a tsch e r , of New m a tes, w h ile R o b e rt Bedell w e n t throu g h Y o rk avenue, his p a r e n ts, received the body of th e ir son O tto, sen t hom e a few m o n th s ago, w h o also m a d e th e g r e a t sacrifice w ith honor. * B o th boys died th e sam e year. A n d rew w a s th e first to an s w e r the call Ju ly 3, 1918, a t th e ag e o f 26. O tto died on N o v e m b e r 8, 1918, a t th e age of tw e n ty-four. B o th boys| w e re born in B rooklyn, an d had lived In th e vicinity of V a lley S tr e a m fifteen 1 y e a rs. E a c h one h a d m a n y friends. T h e body of A n d rew lay in sta t e | from T h u r s d a y u n til S a tu r d a y m o r n ­ in g in his p a r e n ts' hom e, w h e n It w as carried to th e H o ly N a m e of M a r y 's ! C a tholic ch u r c h w h e re a high requiem j m a s s w a s said by Rev. M cG overn. F rom th e tim e th e body en tered Its p a r e n t s ' hom e, th e A m e rican Legion. \A n d rew F a tsc h e r Post. \ had a g u a r d I ‘n->u r *d 12:06 S u n d a y w h e ‘ of h o n o r w ith th e body. » rn e d e ter' drlven by Charlei As th e body of A n d rew w a s low ered. <>' M u n son crashed Into a tree a firing sq u a d front H e m p s tead fired H e m p s tead av e n u e . W e s t H e m p s tead th r e e volleys an d in th e distan c e tap s hls in t e r p r e ta tio n of th e p r e s e n tatio n ot diplom a s to th e class. T h e evening w a s also m a d e the occa slon for th e p r e s e n tatio n to P r incipal J . I. A llart of a silk um b rella an d to M rs. W a r r e n C lendem y of a handsom e TWO MEN INJURED ASCARHUSTREF Nassau Hospital Ambulance aid Hempstead Police Called to West Hempstead H e m p s tead . J u n e 30.—Tw o m e n w e n av e n u e is building a house. Sm all boys, playing aro u n d th e building, bu ilt a fire in the yard. T irin g of th a t, they built a fire u n d e r a pile ot shingles lying in th e yard. T h e fire soon reach ­ ed alarm in g proportions, frig h ten in g th e boys aw a y . W illiam M. G a tt e r an d C h a r les R a y ­ n o r saw th e sm o k e , rushed to th e fire, and pulled bundles of sh ingles to safe­ ty. T h e ir w o rk undoubtedly saved th e builder considerable m o n e y . T h e a r ­ rival of th e fire d e p a rt m e n t soon put th e blaze u n d e r control. T h e evening fire w a s m o re serious. Mr. an d M rs. F r a n k S tevens retu r n e d to th e ir hom e on G rand aven u e about 11 p. m. and a f t e r M r. S teven s had p u t th e c a r into th e g a r a g e he pre- pnred fo r bed. M rs. S tevens glaneed out th e hack w indow an d saw th e g a r a g e a m a s s of flam es. T h e alarm w a s tu r n e d in and F r e e ­ p o r t firem en w e re soon on th e job. T h e g a r a g e is ab o u t 50 feet from th e house an d th e back of th e house w a s blis- W e s t E n d L o n g B e a c h , Ju n e 20.— T h e season a t W e s t E n d lx>ng B e a c h w as auspiciously opened la s t S a tu r d a y . T h e celebration began w ith a parade u t 4 o'clock an d concluded w ith a perfo r m ­ ance a t .the B e a c h T h e a tr e . H e a d e d by th e M a s o n ic Club bund of th i r ty pieces from N e w Y o rk, th e p a ­ rade sta r t e d a t th e statio n and m o v e d th r o u g h the stree ts of the village. Six w h ite horses hearin g b a n n e r s and n u m ­ erous floats an d decoraU-U autom o b iles la r y ‘ M edford, Ju n e 20.— T h is is a big day for M edford. T h e L o n g Island P r e s s A ssociation is In session here, w ith h e a d q u a r ters ut the L o n g Island R a il­ road dem o n s tr a tio n farm , alias “ P ence a n d P len t y F a r m .\ T h e m e m b e rs of th e n e w s p a p e r f r a t ­ ern ity an d th e ir w ives a r e g u e s ts 'b f the d a y of M r. and M rs. H a l B. F u llerton, both m e m b e rs of th e associatio n and : b o th responsible fo r a sh a r e of the | g r o w th th a t h a s com e to L o n g Island, ! th r o u g h railro a d ac tivities. I t is th e a n n u a l m e e tin g of th e asso­ ciation. T h e nom in a tin g com m ittee a p ­ pointed by P r e s id e n t D. W . M u r ray, of R o c k a w a y B each, offered th i s ticket: F o r P r e s id e n t, V e r n o n A. W illiam s , H e m p s tead; for F irst V ice P resident, F r a n c i s H o ag, S a y v tlle; for Second Vice P r e s ident, G e o rge S c h u b e l, of R idge­ wood; for T h ir d V ice P r e s id e n t , Jam e s A. Canfield, of P a teh o g u e ; fo r Socre- J. F r e d F lu g r a t h , of R o c k v ille added splendor to th e parade. W ilfred M. T h o m p s o n , president of th e W e s t L o n g B e a c h Civic A ssociation, delivered an ad d r e s s of w elcom e an d w a s followed by fo r m e r S e n a to r W illiam H . R e y n o lds w ith a n address. T h e show opened a t 8:30 w ith th r e e tered by th e heat. T h e c a r w a s de- selections by the o r c h e s t r a directed hy stro y e d w ith th e g a rag e . M r. Stevens A r th u r H . H o ffm a n , conductor. Inter- has an o t h e r c a r th a t w a s saved. T h e excellent w o rk of tho d e p a r t­ m e n t k e p t th e fire from sp r e a d in g to adjoining buildings. C h ief S. IMmon Sm ith w a s in ch a r g e an d all th e vil­ lage a p p a r a tu s w a s present. T h e j e a u s e of th e fire is not know n and th e loss is covered by insurance. H1CKSV1LLE GROWS FAST, AS BUILDERS INVITE NEWCOMERS Neary Two Hundred New Homes Built in the Village and Taken As Soon As Ready national new s p ictu r e s of events w h ich occurred F r id a y , T h u r s d a y an d W e d ­ nesday, w e r i first on th e program . A com edy a n d fe a t u r e pictu r e , w h ich had Just been released, followed. C e n tr e ; for T r e a s u r e r , W illiam M c­ C a r th y . In a m e m o randum it w a s stated th a t th e renom ination of M r. M u r r a y w a s not m a d e , as he had exj)ressed belief th a t the office should no t he held too long hy an y one m e m b e r. F i r s t Vice P r e s id e n t H o a g had ex p r e s s e d unw ill­ ingness to ta k e the hig h e r office. Mr. I W illiam s ’ nam e w a s proposed as he 1 w a s n e x t in line, as Second V ice Presl- i d e n t, an d th e kind of m a n th e com m lt- | tee would he. glad to \b a c k \ in the ! P r e s idency. | R o c k v ille C e n tre, Ju n e 20.—D e ter- I m ined not to he held up by d isin terest of c o n tr a c to r s , V illage P resident E d w in W. W a llace assem b led several em p loy­ ees of th e village S a turday m o r n ing and rem o v e d the trees from th e w e st side of P a r k avenue. Bids had been asked for b u t no response received. Rem o v al of the trees w a s considered necessary to per­ m it the co n s tr u c tio n of a g u t t e r lo drain th e pool th a t form s a t Observer stre e t an d P a r k avenue. T h is pool h a s - b e e n a source of annoyance m a n y W h e n P r e s id e n t W a llace look u p the question w ith th e hoard he insisted ttfion a c tio n . T h e co n tr a c t w a s ?et W e d n e s d a y . H e w a s to h e a r th e n e x t day as to w h a t could be done to re. m o v e th e trees. The answ e r being u n ­ sa ti s f a c to r y to him, he a r r a n g e d to do it him s e lf w ith the assistan c e of several village em p loyees. S a tu r d a y m o rning, P resident W a llace appeared on tho scene. 1 P o lice C a p tain Bacon, a n d P a tr o lm a n V o u g h t an d Jack s o n w ith several men fro m the. pow e r p la n t, w e re th e r e , too. R e m o v ­ ing th e ir \official d ignities\ th e y a t ­ tacked th e tre e s w ith a vim an d before 6 o’clock had trim m e d five an d reduced the tru n k s to stu m p s w h ile the o th e r s w e re trim m e d , ready for finishing to­ day. T h e slu m p s are to be rem o v e d h> stu m p puller. T r u s te e s L o n g e n e e k e r and E r ls m a n also visited th e scene of action. It did not ta k e long, once the axes began to sw ing a n d th e saw s to saw , fo r the trees to go. T h r e e team s w e re used to rn r f aw a y th e debris. The th e a t r e h a s a seatin g cap a c ity of 1 B esides m a n y m a tte r s of business the 750 w ith a dance hafl ad joining th a t w i l l ! a s s o c iation w a s addressed by P . H. accom o d a te 400. T h e place is so equip 1 W o o d w a rd, G e n e ral P a s s e n g e r A g e n t, ped w ith exits th a t it. could be em p tied in five m inutes. T h e hall o v e r th e th e a tr e will be used a com m u n ity house by the residents rof W e s t E n d L o n g B e a c h , m a n y of w h o m a r e stock h o lders in th e co r p o r a ­ tion o p e r a tin g th e building. Its use has been d o n a ted to th e C a tholic residents S u n d a y m o r n ings for ch u r c h purposes. T h e r e w ill he p ic tu r e s each afternoon an d evening a t th e th e a tr e except th a t j on S u n d a y th e r e will he no d a n c in g and i p ictures will be show n only a t night. I T h e new American-IgU F r a n c e fire ---------- : w a g o n w h ich w a s recen tly acq u ir e d for M lneola, Ju n e 20.— W h ile m o st of th e 1 th e protection of the village, w as in Go­ w ns sounded. A le tte r had been sen t to th e p a r e n ts from hls lieu ten a n t, a t th e tim e of h ls death, w h ich show s th e love and resp e c t th e boys o*d officers h a d for A n d rew , an d how he w a s m o u rned. MAN ARRESTED AT KEAN SIDE ON DEPT. OF JUSTICE ORDER Rockville Centre, June 20.—The local police arrested Stephen W. Cautoloe a t the Ocean Side Inn last night, in re ­ sponse to & telegraphed order from the Department of Justice. He was W ith P falzer a t t h e tim e w a s P h ilip Me C o rm a c k , son of M itchell M cC o rm a ck ot H e m p s tead. T h e accident o c c u rred In fro n t of the M cGee residence. M r. McGee telephon ed N a s s a u H o s p ital fo r a n am b u lance T h e am b u lan c e d r iv e r picked u p P a tr o l m a n R ick e r a t th e w e s t end police booth an d th e y w e n t to t h e scene of the accident. PfaUer, who had sustained the worst Injuries, refused to go to the hcapita- and both men were taken to police headquarters. There Dr; Smith A Combes dressed their injuries, after which they went home. Pfalzer had a cut on the pose, another over way avenue. Rockville Centre. Mr. DU- j locked up over nlgjht and this mom- lenback la instructor and tacuitjl mem- i ing. Peter W. Lamb, an agent of the her in the University of Illinois. ! | department, came and got him. ■ ■ villages in N a s s a u C o u n ty have hud n fair sh a r e of building th is y e a r it w o u ld ap p e a r th a t H lckavtlle tak e s the palm say th e folk th e r e . In th a t village 176 new houses have been b u ilt a n d sold In th e last year. Jo h n R e lqjjgrdt, w h o th r o u g h hls own efforts h a s created R e in h a r d t P a r k , has built an d sold 87 houses. ■The n e x t la r g e s t o p e r a to r in real es­ tate of th e hom e ty p e Is I» u l s H alley, w h o h a s p u t u p 24 houses, all of them tak e n . Joseph K e ller. Jr., has erected and sold 12 hom e s, A u g u s t Schneff an d the Jam e s M cC u llough Inc., h a v e each nine to th e ir cred it w h ile Jam e s M cG u n n l- gle h a s erected and sold five hom e s. I t is estim a ted th a t m o r e th a n 700 new people hav e com e to H icksville to live in th e la s t y e a r and m o re a r e com ­ ing. T h e building goes on dally w ith m o re In prospect. D e p u ty S h e riff Louis M onlco, w h o know s all in H icksville, by first nam e , say s h e n e v e r h a s seen a n y t h in g th a t equals th e g r o w th of t h a t th r i v in g com ­ m u n ity an d it is due solely to th a t fact th a t th e people a r e p r o g ressive, build the hom e s an d invite folk to buy them an d locate th e r e . MAN INJURED BY SWING AT OCEAN SIDE CARNIVAL .Ocean Side, J u n e 20.— A man w a s in ­ jured Ju s t before th e close of th e c a r ­ nival at Stop 102. S a tu r d a y night. H e had l forced a sw ing too h igh. H e struck his head with such force a s to H ls name is wtth- r Uiw . - h e l d because of the condition of bis the left' mother who returned home from a hos- parade. It is a com b ination chem ical an d hose w a g o n an d w a s g r e a tly ad m ir­ ed by th e sp e c tato r s . I t cost w a s $12,- 600. eye and hip left arm waa injured. Me Cormack'e injuries constated of a out on one leg. FOR INCORPORATION OF VALLEY STREAM Special Committee To Report on June 23 at School 24 As to Necessary Procedure L .I.R .R ., w h o w as m e n tioned a s the fo r m e r \p a s s ” ag e n t of th e railroad . M r. W o o d w a rd said It is indeed a g r e a t h o n o r to he u g u e s t of the Ixm g Islan d P r e s s A ssoci­ atio n . 1 have had m a n y am b ition s , and 1 c a n tru t h f u lly say th a t th is one ran k s am o n g the top\ n o tchers. To be classi­ fied by th e editors of th e p r e s s of L o n g Island as a n \esteem e d \ an d “indlapen- sible\ Ixm g Islander, p u t s m e w a y up in the clouds, because, if a n y one on e a r t h realizes and ap p r e c iates th e vlaue of friendship of you m e n , it Is m y s e lf, an d I can also add m y b r o th e r officers an d associates in the railro a d end of the T h e press of Long Islan d stan d s for all th a t is good an d pro g r e s s iv e for L o n g Island and the jlhople w h o reside w ithin its boundaries. T h e r e is a con stu n t im p rovem e n t In y o u r m e thods and y o u r w o rk generally. You a r e up-to- date, and have th e point a n d b read th of view th a t m e a n s cooperation w ith your neighbors and a desire to build up and retain good will. (C o n tinued on page throe) ST. AGNES SCHOOL PUPILS ENTERTAIN WITH MUSIC AND DANCES OF MUCH MERIT R o c k v ille C e n tre, J u n e 20.—T h e re V a lley S tr e a m , Ju n e 20.—A m e e ting of resid e n ts of V a lley S tream is called by the C o m m ittee on in c o r p o r a tio n for T h u r s d a y , J u n e 23, a t 8 p. m. at a d v i s e ! waH a la r k e atten d a n c e of relatives a n d friends of pup ils of St. A g n e s School a t the hall last n ig h t w h en th e first of the g r a d u a tio n exercises w e re held. Violin selections by th e gro u p of School 24. B rooklyn avenue, to ta x p a y e r s as to th e progress m a d e on th e proposed Incorporation of the vil­ lage. T h e com m ittee h a s studied W a y s and M e a n s used in su r r o u n d in g villages be- . _ , _ fore in c o r p o r a tin g an d investigated children, including J. F e r r a r i , E W ^ - benefits derived from incorporation. I P r e c b t, G e o rge F ln s te r , K a r K u c k ^ M. T h e assessors' *>11 was obtained from M ara. M Sorenttno, E. W a lsh an d C. th e Tow n of H e m p s tead show ing , h e ! ^ \ c h i n g e r . received g r e a t applause tax a b le pro p e r ty w ithin the lim its of ; T h e dances of the girls a n d boys, in cos I th e proposed co r p o r a te area. OPEN PARISH HALL IN FRANKLIN SQUARE The Rev. Father Lutz’s Work Wins Fulfillment — Supervisor Smith the Speaker F r a n k li n S q u a re, Ju n e 20.—H iram U. Sm ith, C h a ir m a n of the N a s s a u Conn* ty S u p e rv iso r s w a s th e special s p e a k ­ er n t - t h n opening of tho C a tholic l ‘nr- l.sh Hall h e r e S a tu r d a y night. T h e R e v . F a t h e r Lutz, w h o se p e r ­ severance a n d energy brough t ab o u t fh e fulfillm e n t ef hls desire to h a v e a parish hall w h efss his people m ight g a th e r , w as host to Supervisor S m ith and presen ted him to the people of th e p a r ish . S u p e r v isor Sm ith, in brief rem a r k s , “ W h a t w e need today a r e m e n an d women of vision. Not visionary m e n and w o m en, bu t m e n and women w h o can look into th e fu tu r e w ith th e th o u g h t in m ind th a t they m u s t build for th a t fu t u r e and prep a r e fo r th e days th a t a r e to com e.” He said \no great reform , no g r e a t changes, no great event w as ever brought ab o u t unless som eone c a r e ­ fully paved th e w ay, or som eone c a r e ­ fully th o u g h t out all plans in advan c e .\ in illu s tr a t in g his point an d localiz­ ing It, S u p e r v iso r Sm ith said: \T h e Rev. F a th e r L u tz looked Into the fu tu r e , saw tLe need for a parish h a l \ saw th e o p p o r tunity to get It by close ap p lication, perseverance an d en ­ ergy and ton ight is seeing his vision realized.\ pitai recently. The injured man after reoatring treatment at Rockville Centre Sanitarium, left. T h e com m ittee h a s had som e diffi­ cu lt problem s to solve, b u t believe all th e necessary d a t a is ready to m a k e T h u r s d a y 's m e e tin g in terestin g and satisfacto r y . A prelim in a r y m a p , prepared by- F r e d e r ic T. W e ldersum , on M ay 12, b a a been posted in various places to give it full publicity. It Is believed th a t V a lley S tr e a m will ta k e its place w ith th e rest of th e su r r o u n d in g villages and grow and prosper, o s th e y h a v e done since they have been incorporated. The committee, earneetly desires the •^attendance of every taxpayer. tu m e w e re g r e a t ly app r e c iated . T h e R e v . E . P. C tiriey, o f H e lena, M o n t., h e r e on a visit to h ls p a r e n ts, w a s on th e stage. T h e exercises will be co n tin u e d at th e school hall T u e s d a y evening. “BUD” ROSE, FIREMAN, IS GREATLY IMPROVED Freeport, June 20.—N e w s came from the office of D r. O. A. N e w ton, who is attending \Bud\ Rose, the firem a n Injured at the tournament a t P o r t Washington Thursday, that R o se has shown much improvement and ex ­ pects be will fully recover. FLORAL PARK BONDS, 5 PER CENT, UNSOLD Village Board Calls Special Elec­ tion, July 12, to Authorize Higher Interest F loral P a r k . J u n e 20.—The F loral Turk V illage Board ha* been unable to din pose of the bond Issue of 1100.000 voted a t la s t sp r in g ’s election, ds no cap italists seem ed to w a n t them at only five per ce n t Interest. The B o a rd h a s decided to hold a sp e ­ cial election on Ju ly 12 asking th e ta x ­ payers to adopt a resolution giving th e Board the rig h t to pay an Interest not to exceed six per cent. * I t is th o u g h t th a t the bond* m a y he sold a t 61* p e r Bids to r laying sidew a lks w e re e x ­ ceedingly close th i s year, m o re so th a n ever before. T h e r e w e re four bids, tw o a t $4 ce n ts 'per sq u a r e fool, and tw o a t 25 cents. H

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