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The Garden City news. (Garden City, N.Y.) 1923-current, October 03, 1923, Image 4

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• Page Four en .. GARDEN CITY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1923 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ • I GARDEN CITY NEWS L . H . ANTHONY, Managing Editor 10 THIRD PLACE, GARDEN CITY, LONG ISLAND, N. Y. Telephone 2422 · Published on Wednesday of each week by J. H. Pinckney and McHarg Davenport Subscription, $3.00 per year. Single Copies, 10 cents Application for Entry in Post Office as Second Class Mall P e nding • • • , • · The Home Woman's Financial Affairs Since women are primarily occupied with home duties, many of them are inexperienced in regard to invesUnents and the care of money. That is where an institution like this Bank can he of service. The GARDEN CITY BANK is fully equipped to handle women's personal checking and special interest accounts and to give them financial advice. This Bank has a check book designed specially for the women. Let this Bank have the privilege of being of service and convenience to you. Your account will be appreciated. Place the interest coupons on your bonds and dividend checks to your credit in our special interest department at 4 % . • • - Directors James Addison B. L. Atwater George L. Hubbell, Jr. H. L . Smith John F. Klipp E . N. Townsend Warren Cruikshank H. Louis Naisawald W . H. Duval Ernest B. Osborne George L . Hubbell E . A. St. John • Officers C . P . Turner Arthur E . Whitney Wifred L. Wright • G. L. HUBBELL, President H. L. SMITH, Vice President JAM~S ADDISON, Vice Pretldent G. G. WATSON, Cashier \ she w<K .:,. .. B lNG PLOTS --.~ d. So • ) • ' ••• 6' • • • • AND BUSINESS SITES FOR SALE . • • Liberal Loans Extended to the Home-Builder • THE GARDEN CITY COMPANY Office Near Rallroad Station TELEPHONE 1134 GARDEN CITY • R. W. ENSIGN, •• Reside,.t Mana1er St. Pa 159 Stewart Avenue, Garden City, Long Island - Episcopal Boarding School for Boys of good character and high purpose. College preparatory course of four years, open to boys who have finished Grammar School. Candidates for admission to college are prepared to take examinations set by College Entrance Examination Board. Junior Department covering grades 5 to 8, open to boys ten years who have finished grade 4. Fire·proof building, gymnasium, awimming pool, and facilities for all . athletic•. System of intramural leagues, in addition to varsity teamt, giving athletic instruction on teams to every pupil. Private chapel, resident chaplain, well appointed infirmary, resident nurse. Rate $1200 (plain washing included). Every boy has private room. Day Studenta $400. Forty minutes from New York on Long Island Railroad. • CATHEDRAL SCHOOL OF ST. MARY GARDEN CITY, NEW YORK , (1. • I . .. ..... I ' I . • £, • •. ~ ..... r • COLLEGE PREPARATORY AND GENERAL COURSES MYRIAM A. BYTEL, Principal . • • • .. • • • • • - • REPUBLICAN COMMITTEEMEN CREDIT TO DISTRICT The attention of the Republican voters is drawn to the election of H. L. Naisawald and S. V. Bogert as successors to Geo. B. VanSickel and C. Walter Randall as Republican Committeemen. We, as a district, are to be congratulated on having had the services of the two men that have retir~d and can depend on those newly elected to maintain this high standard. The entire committee of both parties is comprised of representative men and women and if the other districts endeavor as we do to secure good govern· ment for the county we can look hopefully for an improvement in our County politics. MR TAYLOR'S WARNING SHOULD BE HEEDED The community is indebted to Mr. Norman Taylor for his instructive article on \Garden City Trees\ that appears in this issue. The note of warning it contains should not be lost. It is better by far to give our friends, the trees, the attention now they need, than to see them · suffer thru neglect, while inanimate things have our fondest care. Let the roads wait a little. We can all bump along if need he, if in bumping we know that the money that would have smoothed the roads is • better used by saving our trees. One of the nurserymen of Long Island is reported to have observed • when the original avenues of small trees were set out over 40 years ago that, \trees would not grow in Garden City soil\ and that \if the Lord intended trees to grow on the Plains they would be there before now\. While this opinion, if correctly quoted, was wrong in the main, yet he · ' appreciated the peculiar soil conditions of our · village, which are confirmed • • now by Mr. Taylor's article. Would.it not be well to use M'r. Taylor's knowledge thru asking his advice or securing his service, if possible in the conservation of our trees? • • A STEP IN THE BIGHT DIRECTION The nomination of Argyle Parsons by the Democratic Party for Supervisor of the Town of Hempstead is to the credit of thae organization. Mr. Parsons, by throwing his hat in the ring deserves the support of his neighbors and will stir up throughout the county public interest in the course of good government . • If there is any one thing we need to give us clean politics it is strong opposition to the present regime. The more men like Parsons that can he induced to enter public life, the bett~r. We want less of partisan party lines in Nassau County and more efficiency. . ' -- .. ~------------- ADVERTISERS 0. K. \THE NEWS\ The publishers desire to express their appreciation to the public for the interest and suppart given the first issue of the Garden City N.ews. We are making a conscientious effort to give the Village a really useful news- paper and can accomplish this only as long · as the public by its support demonstrates its desire for this sort of paper. To the Advertisers, who have shown their beli~f in us by advertising in these early issues we offer our thanks and feel sure they will not only reap a pecuniary reward by placing their business before our readers, but will also derive satisfaction in knowing they are helping to make possible the publication of this needed paper. • • • • • •• • . AUCTION SALE •• • EUGENE P. PARSONS, Auctioneers, of Hempstead ' ' • will sell at Public Auction on ' Saturday Afternoon, October 6th ' at 1: 30 o'clock at the residence . 12 Third St., . Just off Cathedral · Avenue, . ... .. Garden City • • The following household goods; Furniture, some Antiques, Curtains, Rugs, Draperies, Bric-a-Brac, .. Garden Equip- ~ent, . Ohina, Kitchen Appliances. · · • • . . SALE TO COMMENCE PROMPTLY AT l:SO \ • • • ' • • • • • •

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