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The daily review. (Freeport, N.Y.) 1921-1926, March 09, 1921, Image 6

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ayprge i, \ | Miss-Vera Miler, of 176 Clinton has recovered from an atthck of scarlet fever, Joseph Zimebaki has returned to bis home . here after an \operation . for diseased knoe bone, He {s improving, mutans A non was born to Mr. and Mrs, Geo, Zimenald, - of - Hempstead\ Heights, . on ligand-y. --in Board «-of . Hompétead, . meeting (here , Bupervisor Douglity prealding In the absence of ' Bupervigor - Smith, henrd considerable of routine business «lthough it was a »hort semsion, Smith\ H. DuBois reported for D. TP. Mott Post, 527, (. A. Ft. Relief. Co mittee, the stims that had been expend- ed for the relief of veterans' of the Civil War and their families, Annually the town raises $2,000 for such relief. tam 5 Mrs. Moore has returned to her home In; Lent avenue-after a stay Jy Patter mon, where she went for a rest. Her health !s much improved, \Fappy'* Lawrence Duggan made his first appearance locally In' the profes sional vaudeville field, when 'he appear- «d at the Strand Theatre Monday night in biack face. \Happy\ has made a reputation in this locality as a comedian nnd he fully sustained it in his initial mppearance here ns a professional, winning plaudits. He will be connected with a well known New York booki house, * f ficer, . reported <the. comrhuricable . dis- month, - Aside from the usual children's diseases usually» prevalont at this time of year, Hempstead's hehithgs wood. The Board concurred in .the recom- se ' ae at ai ~ Blee : Company. Richard Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs.] prat the town 1 Albert Frank of Front street, who was upernted upofi? at the, Nassau Hospita® Sunday night, is much improved today, PREVENTION OF STUMP ROT coal. A mite box social will be held in the Methodist Sunday school room tomor- row at % p. m. A musical program and yecitations will be given. . Rrefresb- ments will be served, . A silver offering will be taken. Mineola, March 9.-H. J. Evans, man received many inquiries of late regard The Woman's Christian Temperance Union will moet in the parlor of the Methodist Church Monday, March 14, at 2:30 p. m. prevent dlack leg or stump rot. Island in the last two years. An interesting program.. of . music, recitations and other features, will be given thls evening at 8 o'clock in the Methodist Sunday,. school room. 'The program will include singing by Miss Madeline Bailey, recitations _ by | the Misses Marjorie Seiber and Helen Up- ham and a reading by Miss Gladys Hol- lister, The entertainment will be under the auspices of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society. Members of 'the society are requested to bring mite boxes. | Friends are cordially invited to enjoy thé program and partake of re- freshments. - A silver offering will be treatment that will prevent this disease, Mr, Evans advises\ follow directions for making 1-1000 solu pint of water) and you will have a solu tion of proper strength. as it will corrode metal vesscls. thoroughly . cover which should be r salt bag and tled loosely. Two quart your cabbage seed annual dinner the Hempstead Post Office Employees Club was held at Gal- vin's Restaurant, Front street, Thurs- day evening. Twenty clerks and car- viers were present. After the dinner remarks by several members were heard and means for maintaining the best possible service for patrons of the office and the best conditions for the employ- \. en. were € coco <p co- Hempstead, March $.-Communica- tions of Morton Lodge, 63, F. and A. M.. will be held on Monday evenings, March 14 and 28. On the 14th Senior Warden W. Herbert Eaton will confer the Felloweraft dagrce. At this meet- Ing, also, a proposition to amend the bylaws will be voted upon. The En- tered Apprentice degree will be confer- red at the communication of March 28, Seaford Jottings The Ladies Aid Society meets with Mrs. Annie Van Nostrand Thursday af. termoon, this week. bag will be thoroughly wetted. Running water is best. ton should be rinsed off. spreading thinly on newspapers. Plac and lotter, The seed should not be placed before placing in stornge. ain that it is thoroughly dry. ROOSEVELT r A surprise birthday party tendered to Rudolph Schegel on Wed the youngest mm\ of Mrs, A. 8. Schlegel The Junior League will hold its meet.| hearty good. wishes. Ing every two weeks at the home of Mrs. Anscl Raynor, Washington ave- nue. A rally of the fifth, sixth, seventh and. eighth districts» of the Brooklyn South District Epworth League was held at Amityville last evening. A delegation from the local chapter en- jJoyed the affair, Archibald Lott of Jackson avenue, having served his term of enlistment as Coast Guard at Short Beach, is. home., Ho will engage in. another line of work. The dance given recently. by. the Pastime A. C. was financially satis- fnctory ns $100 was cleared, to be used for equipment for athletic activities. ' the young people had. a. lnrge birthday cake,. with garet Smith, Mabel Dixon, Hansen Charles Mole, Harry Smith, Charles Vollmer, John Bergen, John Schlegel and Rudolph Schlegel, spent the holliday with Margaret Brawi of Nassau road, Roosevelt. A teachers' conference was held at Lynbrook high school yesterday at 4 o'clock. Seaford school was represented sont to Miss Margaret Braun. Misa Pauline Kotz. of Merrick has 'The Seaford Home Burenu meets on refinemy evening in the school build L moe. The Child , Welfare Assoctation . will hold its regular business meeting fol- lowed' by a' social evening in the school house. The program .will be conducted by. Mrs. O, D, Mra' Charles A. Smith. Telephone Henipstead 86 GRIFFITHS & KORNICKER .._ Counsellors at Law Bayhis 53 Main St., Hempstead, N.Y Frempstead, Marck 9.-'The - Town Dr. William, Rtbame, town health of- eases found in the town during the mendation of the committee to renew he Hewlett-Woodmere lighting district | contract with the Queenboro [:“s,\ That the town may have proper coal for its use when nceded, most the board.] concurred in the purchase of 50 tons of EASY, SAYS MANAGER EVANS ager of the Nassau Farm Bureau, has | ing the treqtment of cabbake seed to This disease js extensively prevalent in some of the farms and home gardens of Long Replying to numerous inquiries for ai \Procure from your' local druggist a bottle of corrosive sublimate tablets and | tion (which is probably one tablet to a | \Make this solution in an earthen jar \Mix up enough of this solution to wed in a sugar or taken. of the solution should be plenty to trea a pound of seed. The bag containing P. 0. Employees Bine the mixture should be carefully mani- Hempstead, March 9.-The second| pulated so that,all of the seed in the \After the seed has been in the solu- | tion fifteen minutes, remove the bag | and thoroughly rinse in clear water.| All of the solu- \The seed should now be dried by,} Ing a second newspaper on top of lhe‘ gently pressing will act ns a in stromg' sunlight or intense heat to be dried, but should. be thoroughly dried | \Be sure to nlace the seed in the hag | in which it was treated, making cer- was | nesday evening at hia home, in honor of 'his sixteenth birthday, Rudolph js and. he. was indeed surprised by his friends, He received beautiful gifts and |, The features of the evening were singing, games amd dancing, At 10.30 Mrs. Schlegel served an excellent luncheon, and a merry time Table decoration represented St, Val- entine's Day, Hearts were favors, and < sixteen candles was the centre attraction, Pres- ent were: The Misses Frances and Mar- Florence Bentley, Vera. Abrams, Monica Brock meyer, Clark; Messrs, George Miss Pauline Katz of Merrick road Items for this department may be been spending the week with Margaret “Nahumm the town grounds n nt He hoped it mightbe possible to haye hi#. wife and the. charges again the town take over the whoie care, the Stefano followed. <c ** NEED INFIRMARY FOR TUBERCULOSIS PATIENTS AT ONCE \We eut the grass one day and the village cuts it another,\ said he,, \so Medical SocietyIndorses Plans and __ Urges Action Without - that part of the time one part of the lawn appears to need a shave.\ Mr. Gilbert reported that Architect Stewart Wagner was preparing to ask for bids for grading and gardening. It is planned to have a fine lawn, shrubs and flowers with walks so that the pub- lic ean enjoy the place, M _ The board. coved the-report. - The received a communication from the residents of Fern Place, In- wood, asking that stagnant water in Mineola, March 9.-Members of the pools there be eliminated. Supervisor leal Soct f Glen Cove and of the | Doughty temporarily presiding, said an Medical Society of Cien LG effort would be made to have this mat- ter corrected. Mr. Doughty lfllso said that certain} the effect that improvements submitted health matters in Cedarhurst, brought f - mut by the Health League there, woulq bY the Board of Managers at the Nas have Attention. sau County Sanatorium are so urgent A communication from the Cleary they should be commenced immediately. [Etream Taxpayers Association protest: The Nassau County. Sanatorium was ing against being incorporated into the] opened on April 15, 1920, with a capaci- proposed Village of Valley Stream was| ty of 48 patients, Soon after opening, its received. The Town Board his had nO capacity was taxed, especially on the proposal for the incorporation of V@l-l mae ward, and there is a waitimg list ley Stream village, but the protest Wil\ constantly in this department. be noted if such proposition is made. Mr. Gilbert announced that amend- ments to laws providing for licensing [dogs would probably be enacted into _ Jaw and that next year dog Harm? | would be issued by the village instr Townships of Oyster Bay and North , No small children have been admitted since in the original plans no quarters were provided for their treatment, [J of care and must be under institutional | | t B d a Many such children are in lurgent need | ning, March 17 at 815 p. m. treatment, if active tuberculosis is to be prevented in adult life. From 75 to 90 per cent. of tuberculosis infections oc- cur in childhood and those are the cases that develop active pulmonary of by the town officers, BOXER, RELEASED BY COURT, COMES BACK ON TIME AND PAYS HIS $50 FINE Mineola, March 9.-\Let me go Judge? I gotta fight Monday night and T'll he hore to pay you Tuesday\ pleaded Will- jam J. Crosson, of Jamadea to Judge Smith Saturday when the judge had im- posed a fine of $50 on Crosson who had just pleaded guilty. Judge Smith, ever a believer in the given word of a man, was impressed with the youth's honesty and he le go. Crosson with an added incentive to win, stepped into the ring at the Pioneer A. C. in New York City and won in rounds. Won better >than spread of the disease. Children. react to treatment much better than adults with open pulmonary s t! treatment of the children will he the disease. The hospital has no private rooms, so it is not possible to segregate the very | rest and quiet are essential in the treat- * PM ment of all active cases of tuberculosis; and in an institution treating. tubercu- with heat must be provided for the acutely ill. % . 'The present buildings of the bought?“ knew. He got a victory over his OP- were approved by the State Department ponent in the squared circle but he won f Health h derstanding that a victory for himself in that he was able * to Ann Atfamg e.“ 4 \be bul AupS9nJ, Arunog ou} ovat spam 03 Ezelnflrmmy building should be built aftermbon and present to «fudge Smith m | $50._of the money he won by subjecting himself to a Wm another batt- ler equally determined win. Crosson was one of six youths who | went - automofille riding. | 'They | took some fruif from Tony Sicano at Rose: dale and then kicked him off the car, Crosson claimed to have bad no part in the actual crime and pleaded guilty to a lesser degree of assault. SENT TO REFORMATORY Vincent de Stefano Escapes Jail and Gets Chance to do Better | { the Supervisors to provide funds for the every facility for the proper care of the ed to properly administer the institi- tion, and they have been included in the program. . + Plans for the new infirmary building have been approved by the State De- partment of of the National Tuberculosis Associa- tion considers it a decided step forward in the provision for the treatment of cases of tuberculonia, In an-editorial in Mincola, - March | 9.-County - Judge Lewis J. Smith on Saturday sentenced Vincent de Stefzno of Hempstead, or Stevens, as he js known, to a term in Elmira Reformatory. The Court admonished Stevens. He was convicted earlier in the week of a serious crime in which his H-year-old . Rosemary, was the accuser through the children's society, Judge mth said he was sending the boy to the reformatory because he was guilty, because he had led on the wit« ness 'stand, because he had degraded his own sister and had attacked the honesty. of other witnesses. - \You told a story of Mr. Chapman, of the children's society which I did not believe and the jury did 'not helieve you. I want you to get the idea out it described as one of the most notable advances In hospital architecture in recent years, In 1920 there was a decrease of 9 1-2 per cent. from tuberculosis in Copnty, the. majority of which decrease was attributed to the more active. fight against the disease and the provisfon of hospltal treatment. mf Basketball at Mincoln Mineola, March $.-The High School Basketball «First Team defeated the second team in a practice game played in the gymnasium yesterday. was 85 to 8. game. REAL WARMTH - ~~ WHERE YoU waNt I _ \ Lok ‘mywwmn' 'The chilly moments breed the colds. A Vulcan Odorless GAS HEATER the first aid-the little the Architectural Review for February, | over 1919 in the mortality | The score | Mr, Allart refereed the | tuberculosis in later life, and cause the | disease, and, looking to the future, the ) greatest factor in the decrere of the | | sick from the ambulant cases. Absolute | los!s, a certain number of single rooms | For these reasons, the Board of Man-) agers of the Sanatorium have requested erection of an Infirmary Building with | patients, Other improvements are need., Health and the National! Tubereulosia \Association. The architect | room in your home ar wit secuomically sip. > om your or w plement the work of the furnace, -.- vig 'SAVE COAL . HEAT In lawyers, members of the Bench and Bar tbroughout New York State. for a convention to be held at Albany at which: will be considered rules for civil whall be binding on all courts of low troduced by Assemblyman Duke and is now in committee. he Committee on the Simplification of Ci Practice, the Board of Statutory Con- polidation, bar associations and Judges: be' one appellate judge from each judi clal district, one trial judge of the Su- preme Court in each district, one attor- years active practice from each judicial district who shall be Hempstead, have passed resolution 40) (Governor, two members of the Board Bimplification of Civil Practice and the on ''The Mission of the Republic be- 18, March 9.--A hill introduced t Arsembly. in' of hunt-Atato all ° A List Your wit Us Now: and We Will Produce ~ \This proposed act of Legislature calls practice which after adoption n the state. 4 'The proposed measure has been In- The{convention will bo held.on Tues- day, June 14, at Albany, .Rules will suggested by a Joint Legislative it H. H. DRESING Formerly with B. Altman, New York Those attending the convention will Buccessor to T&, Thomas A., UPHOLSTERING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES ney and counselloratlaw having 10 named by the of Statutory Consolidation, six members of the Joint Legislative committee on Attorney General. The rules so compiled at this con- vention snail bo filed according to the proposed act, with the Secretary of State before October 1 and shall become effective on that date. Sparkes Cadman will lecture Window Shades, Awnings, Draperies, Cabinet Making and Polishing Tel. 662-W Hempstead 318 FRONT 8T, HEMPSTEAD, L. I. prmmc LOOKING FOR A DROP? No need to look for that in building material prices, because we have already dropped. Dr, 8. fore the Men's League of the Rockville Centre Baptist Church, Thursday eve- We have consistently followed the market, up and down, which is the only businesslike way to do. CARS Washed and Polished We' would also remind you that even at the top prices our share of your building was never more than one-third of the total cost of the completed work, oftentimes much less. All Night Service If we reduce our third of your cost by one-third, that means that our portion of the reduction is one-ninth of the total cost. That's our share. Goodrich and i, Here are some of the actual reductions we have made Racine Tires from our highest prices, Timber ...... ..15.00 Oak Flooring ............ 100.00 Ceiling ...... 50.00 Lath ................._. mensen! 11.00 General Garage Work Novelty Siding ............ 30.00 Nails ...... 2.50 Bevel Siding .............. 20.00 Mouldings .............. 20 P. C. i Sheathing ................... 25.00 Sash ...... 20 P. C. Kreischer Auto supply Fir Flooring ................ 40.00 Doors .............. .... 25 P. C. 301 Front Street Y. P. Flooring ...... 50.00 Shingles .................... 25.00 -_LZ._ Phone 1790 NASSAU LUMBER CO. 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