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The daily review. (Freeport, N.Y.) 1921-1926, August 13, 1925, Image 1

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i Influenced by None Yol. XXVIH LIFEGUARD AT CASINO BEACH SAVES THREE Two Women 258W Are Res- cued As They Go Down Beatinon at Freeport ~_ Resort Freeport, Aug. 13. giving their names. and pushed It out from shore. either fell or Jumped overboard. gling boy. beneath the surface. ushore. ieues to hia-credi order at Reading, nd. in bloodshed, eged Klansmen were arrested. Ing ¢lubs - the yas a sonics FIND OPPOSITION ibin valoped poriiion can be granted. PUT RESTRICTIONS ON CALIFORNIA CQ-KD8 Berkeley, Cal, 'Au 13. | \1 r «wh m n | who enroll in the@University I of California this week wil | learn that the Women's Rx- l stutive Commiltteo hus been active daring the vacation. .. In outlising a campaign to promote intellactnat ta Fither - tham - frivoll the sunmittce lef it be known to- day it will not tolerate: Entertaining m a 66 ¥11ng frinds after 16.30 p. m. Too genersas use of rouge and lipstick. Any extremes in dfess and eeabuct. Indulgence in clgureta, Patting partion. Drinking intoxicants, YVinlaflone of the code will a «a> Strlal \Lefare <the) (mes --'« | ~ A NEW CROP OF STARS KEEP NAMES SECRET Large Crowd Sees Work of Tom- y- Beannon, life guard at lasino Beach, rescued two fomen and a boy from drowning yesterday after they had gone down for the third time. -After being re- wived they went home without Beannon was on the'life raft and ® small boy about seven years of sige ¢limbed. in the life guard's boat He had gone well out in the creek when. he became frightened and \Two women om shore, one of whom is believed to have been his mother, immediately plunged into the water and swam to the strug- Reaching him they each took hold ef.him and all three: disappeared In the meantime, Beannon was on his way from the raft to the boy and arrived in time to grasp all three rum.” and bring them First ald was given on the beach. The rescue was witnessed by a large @rowd. Beannon 'has a \long list of \\ % V # New York, Aug. 13.-First of the new stage season's stars on Broadway are Marion Coakley in \Spring Fever\ (above), and HROW BOMBS AT KLANSMEN Police Break Up Rampant Dis- below at left is Lucille Sears in her munt Zelda's show, \A Lucky Break,\ and, at right, Katherine Alexander, in \It Al} Depends.\ Thus far five productions have made their appearanbe under the fall schedule. \Spring Fever,\ Al Wood's first, is a frothy golfy bit that threatens a healthy run. \June Days,\ the first Shubert musical be saved from a very ordinary book and story by Elizabeth Hines and the snappiest chorus imaginable. . \It All Depends\ has been conservatively received at the Van- derbilt with Katherine Alexander, Jane Grey and Norman Trevor,\ Miss Alexander is a delightful actress and someday will get a show that will afford her merited eminence. At the Cort is \A Lucky Break,\ a \comedy with Music\ by: Zelda Sears, which has to do with a prodigai's comeback. The' Selwyns also are out early with a farce, which has Sylvi AME MULLER AS OFFICER Home Title Gives Recognition to Man Who Managed Nassau Business At m meeting of the Board Reading, Mass, Auz. 13-(AP)- After racing over the roads from four. different barracks, a strong fores of state troops mobilized here oday and stamped out a Ku Klux Jan disorder which threatened to \Something to Field in its cas | Before their arrival, several tear bombs had been hurled, m score of Jansmien and ant-Klansmer. had heen «Injured by stones and <clubs, hots. had been fired: and two al- CRASHES GATE BUT ESCAPES FROM TRAIN Baldwin,. Aug. 13.-George A. Bailey of No. 45 Broad- way, Rockville Centre, nar- rowly escaped serious and perhaps fatal injury Wednes- day afternoon when a sedan crashed Long & a train was The prisoners booked @t the Read- Jog-police station as Louis H, De- pidwon of Malden, and Henry Mor- ask of Brookline, on charges of car- rying dangerous weapons, will. be araigned in court here later in the fay. Police claim they were carry- driving the gates at the Grand nue crossing of the Island railroad as approaching. FREEPORT, N. L? URSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1925 BIG CROWD AT All Kinds of 'Attractions on Club, House Grounds at Hempstead EXHIBITS FEATURE Latest Models of Automobiles and Other Commodities on View Hempstead, Aug. 13.-A series of bomb explosions ear- nival of Hempstead Lodge. of, Elks on the. club house). grounds, Fulton and Bennett avenues, and the first night's crowd gave every indication that the affair will not want for popularity during the ten days it is to be open. About three and a hall acres of the spacious club Weuse lawn are given over to the circus and exhibits. Au tomobiles were parked at both curbs along the streets in all directions and many were fn the.big parking space provided in an adjoining lot. All Kinds of Amusement The carnival is undoubtedly the biggest affair of Its kind ever brought here and almost every conceivable form of amusement to be found at a place of this kind is there, 'The car- nival company carries Its own light- ing plant and the grounds are well illuminated at night. The first point of contact with the circus is affording much of Interest It is the big exhibition tent, through which all pass when entering the grounds, In this tent, are almost all of the popular makes of automobiles, the new models being shown, as well as: mutomobile accessories, garages, heating outfits for buildings and num- erous other exhibits, all of which re- mind one of the county fair. In the carnival proper one meets first with the merry-go-round, past which no one with children can go without first taking a ride. 'This con- (Continued on page 2). FOUR MUNICIPAL BUILDING SITES ~ARE CONSIDERED Special Electinikely to Con- sider Purchase and Perma- nent Roads OPENNG OF - HKS CROs ly last evening announced thfI opening of the circus and car-f PLANNING MEMORIAL TO WILLIAM J. BRYAN Dionessa Bryan Evans. A nation-wide movement for the erection of a memorial to William Jennings Bryan has been instituted by Miss Dionessa Bryan Evans, a god-daughter of the late commoner, She propos- es that the memorial be built in Clewiston, Florida, from funds supplied by children of the pub- lie and Sundry schools of the country. Plans for the memorial have been _ discountenanced .by . Mrs. Bryan. A memorial in Aflington National Cemetery is the ofly one she has approved. W. HEMPSTEAD | SCHOOL BOARD WINS ITS CASE Justice Grants Motion to Va- cate Award Given Con- tractors Mineola, Aug. 13-By a decision of Supreme Court Justige Joseph Morscrauser at White Plains, the motion . of Acampora - Brothers, Builders, Inc., of Mamaroneck, to confirm the final award of arbitra- Freeport, 'Aug. 132-A special elec- tion_to consider proposals for per- manent roads and a municipal build- Ing is a possibility within the next tew months. Various sites hi been suggested for a municipal building, including the Patterson homestead on South Acting Chief of Pullce: FrSnk|Directora of the Home Title Insur- Slack and other members Of th@lance Company' held yesterday in itmg police forte stated that/prooklyn, Herbert \E. Muller, who y were affected by the been Joorl Nassau County man- bombs when they arrived 9D|ager for the company, wa# elected scene 'The bombs, Chief secretary. , had been hurled into the The front of his car on the track, 'Mr, Richards hurried ly backed out of danger only = second ere the train flashed Since opening their Hempstead of d of anti-Kiansmen, 'The sh0t#|nce in April, the business of the wiso fired Into the same 6F0#4,| company has. shown & steady in- er policemen sald. No 006 Its mortgage business\ as by the shots, but scores #UC/weiy as inguring titles to property. fered: temporary discomfort froul| pug capital stock 'of the eompany at the présent time is $1,250,000 with surplus ~ang. profte $1,313,000. standing». at OLD Sister-in-Law Advances Theory That She Is in Rock- ville Centre That Miss (Julia , Munificld, year-old \who 'has -been mysteriously missing since lote Sat- TO INCORPORATION Park, . Aug- 13-Superviso® Hiram R. Smith has him & proposition _ am to . whether Island Park shall have the aight to vote on incorporation, . The town at & heat- Ing \held at Island Park. listened. to the objections surrounding. the. petl- There were about 125 people pre int and considerable opposition de- (Spécial to The Review) Rockville Centre' family to cire for Atbany, Aug. . 13.~Corporationsher for the rest of her days in re- * [turn for being made beneficiaries in her alleged will, was the new theory}: $20,000; F, 8. and D.-E.-Caldwell, |advanced. by ber aftsér-in-law, R. F. Varnum, (Atgy., 1. W, Moote.|Wiliiain ©. Mansficld, this Mncola}. Rotary Lumber & Supply Co New Hyde Purk, 500 shares, $ exch; 4000 comraon, no par; R Bruckner, PA, Wibhent, W. 8, Hob (Atty., A. D. Emil, 2 Rector St., Mam:). M. ®. & Co., ~Minccin, roofing materials, $29,000;; H. E, Car- »taina, EL A. Richards, H; W. 'Wat (Atty, J. W.. Mages. Rich- mond HI), Rame Ltealty Corp., \Long Bexcb, $500; A. L. «Kraut, J.- Shomman, E. (Atty, Teltalbasin & Jay, $06 Broadway, Manhattan}. nig Island Park claims m population WV 340, A- population of 300 is @ ~ quired in all villages before jncor-|OBaztered bere include: C-V. Service, Mincola, trucking, H. 'Main street.. Other_ possible sites are on North Main; street, Olive Boulevard and East avenue. The North Main street site is near the present fire headquarters. 'The Olive Boulevard site in near Berken place. 'The other site is on the triangle=where Grove street -and East av Los Angeles, Ang. 13.-(AP)-- earthquake shock, not beavy to be generally percept- cecurred here about . 6.15 clock this morning. nog _i May Lease Airship Washington, Aug. 13.-(AP}- Acting Secretary .of the Navy maid today if a bona for lease of the dirig- 5 IP tors granting $2,350 for damages and costs against the West Hemp- stead Board of Education was de- nied, thereby establishing another vietory for the loeal school board in the litigation growing out of the additons to the school house, . The mbtion of Edwards and George, rep- resenting the board of education, 16 vacate the- award was granted. Tha arbitration proceeding fs part of the. litigation into which the school board has been thrown since work was started on a fourroom addition - to- the West Hempstead school house. It appears that Ar- chitect Edward Hahn, who was em-! ployed to map outthe plans, has a sult against the school ' bbard -for damages growing out. cf his dis- charge as supervising architect in Getober, 1924, to be heard. in the October term of the Supreme Court, \The school board-ha# counter claim ed Mr. Hala for substantial dam- mes becaume of alleged negligence in preparing plans and specifica- tlons-and supervising the work of construction. Allege Defective Work From the arbitration proceeding it seema that when the. foundation walls were built the school board claimed. they were not in accord- (canAurj-nd on page 2). Fear Democratic - Split Permanent New York This Fall Is ©, Possibility New York, Aug. prospect of Demogratic &n axsemblymen in the John F. Hylan'a determination to name full, borough tickate in > hattan and the Bronx in opposition to Tammany Hull alates. Former Rurrogaté Jahn P, C Inf, the mayor's Mamhattan and the Prong campalim manager, neunéed inst night that Hyinn loon! dermen, would be ready by tonight. Fear of a permanent spilt in party fas expressed by Représant ative AAhSing &. Prall of @'ston I+ Davison Named Chairman Of National Crime Board THE DAILY REVIEW -==- LONG ISLANDS GREATEST NEWSPAPER ‘Andit Bureau of Ciro-Minn; dent of the Tu Mustapha Kemal Paska was m sassinate him. THREE LOADS OF Steal Up Creek Between Free- port and Baldwin Eluding \Dry Navy\ Freeport, Aug. 13.-In spite of the heavy blockade that has been thrown across Jones In- let by the \Dry Navy\ fre- quent landings from the Rum Fleet are being made, accord- ing to good authority. . . Three boats stole up the «reek that-separates Freeport from Baldwin one night re- cently and landed their car- goes. It is reported that the Rum Fleet has been augmented by the arrival of some of the \old timer EXCHANGE CLUB IN BALDWIN PLAN OF PROMOTERS Rockville Centre Body Advo- cates Founding Organization of Business Men Rockville Centre, Aug. 13. -At the luncheon of the Ex- change Club of Rockville Cen- tre at Ketcham Lodge today, plans were considered for the founding of an Exchange Club in Baldwin. Among the Invited guests froth Baldwin, were Frank C. Place, Westervelt Prentice, Dr. I. J. Gold- farb, George M. Boca, C. H. Luers- sen, Jr., Léo Levison, O. D. Lyon, A. W. Dow, Leon Joseph, George Blair, William F. Crocker, H. B Dennison, John F. O\Tool¢ Paul Boggs, A. E. Newton. Frank. H. Erisman, secretary and treasurer of the Rockville Centro Exchange Club, stated that once A week on Thursday at 1240 noon, a number of the business .men of Rockvilie Centre, among them many of your personal friends, gathered at Ketcham Lodgb for Tunch. \The Exchange Clubs are na- tlonat in character and number sev- eral bundred with their national headquarters in\ Toledo, Oho,\ 'he explained. \These clubs all grow out of the other, The Rockville Centre Club, of which I have the honor of being secretary. and treasurer, growing out of the Exchange Club of .Free- port; the Exchange Club of Lyn brook: ~growing out of. Rockville Centre. Anti-Smith Assemblyman From| \It requires ten men to get- a dispensation from the National Club, and twenty-five men for a charter, 'The Rockville Centre Ex- change Club js -wery auxious to wponsor an Offapring, namely:- an \These clubs are powerful in own, daughter of Mauaamerou Ch Smyrqa. The marfiage is said to have brought him a dowry of 1,000,000 Turkish lire. A few months later Madame Latife, known ms & believer in women's rights, was proposed as a deputy to the Turkish Parliament from Constantinople by women of that city who were Indignant over the unsuccessful prope Salih Effendi to make marriage obligator: Mustapha Kemal has faken an active interest in the improvement of the condition of Turkish women. In January, 1924, it was reported that Madame Latife was wound- ed by a hand grenade thrown at her husband in an attempt to as- LIQUOR LANDED | County, 1500 feet. ‘ Turkish President” Divorces His Beautiful Young Wite Constantinople, Aug. 13.-(AP)- ish Itepublic, has divorced his wife, Latife Hanoum. ied Jan. 29, 19 stapha Kemal Pasha, Presi- to thy me Bey, a wes ant of al of the Deputy Madame Latife was nineteen years old at the time of the marriage, She was described as a dainty, nttractive girl with large black eyes. The divorce is attributed in some quarters to a tendency to master- fulness on the part of Madame Latife and to her desire to mix in matters which her husband considered outside her sphere. RESENTS ATTACK ON OLD PATRIOTIC SONG Freeport, Aug. 13.-In the Baptist church last Sunday, Rev. Erwin Dennett referred in his sermon to an advertise- ment printed in the daily pa- pers on August 5 in which he claimed an attack was made on \The Star Spangled Banner.\ The authors of the attack, he said, were Augusta E. Stetson, who was ex-commu- nicated years ago as a mem- ber of the Christian Science Church, and I. P. Blair, who refused to remove his hat at a concert while the anthem was being played. The audience was called upon to answer these attacks by rising and singing the song. \While this song- has never been legally made a national anthem\ said Rev. Dennett, \it is one in the hearts of the people of this country and it will be a long while before is ever supplanted by any other,\ Darwin S. Hudson Sells Land on East Fulton Avenue to Fein- berg Holding Corporation Hempstead, Aug. 13-Another of the attractive Hempstead ties has given way to the rapid de- velopment 'of this section of Nassau and within a few weeks will be developed and a number of attractive, | amall - colonia! - homes will be built The Darwin 8. proper- Hudson property on Eabt | Fulton | avente, opposite Hendrickson. Place. was sold. this week to Leo Feinberg Holding Com- peny, thryxh Geer Bros. real es tate office. Before late autumn several streets will be laid out, .the -principad one being Meadow Brook Road, which will extend north and south through the property for a distance of about It is the Intentions of the Holding Company- to erect the same attractive type o; new development aimifar to that of the Jeremiah Estate. on Parsons Drive, adjoining (the. Hempstead Country Club.. Houses of this char acter have been in considerable 4 mand among the Hempstead broke era for some time Mr. Hudson retains his attractive newly created Baldwin United Civia colonial hore and about 1wo A605 | Association, ange s Baldwin, and T|Of/ Jand, which is surrounded by Eff “032.4?” get h. touch | very attractive trees and shrubbery edt in: Batd-| Th with at 1 fiftéan men. in Tain house on their a the , firm“; flrfl liam Cools, John Nieman and Wil- Helmont | Estate, , R. P. Almirail,|HAm MacRae, it was decidéd to ad- io. [Mrs. A. B- Duncan, Mrs. Charles R.|¥oeate: making the boundarics of Scott, and a short distance beyond|the witer, fire and lighting districts | Member of PRICE TWO CENTS- Nassau _ Assemblyman - Giver Honor in War to Check Criminality FUNDS - NECESSARY Will Select Head of Finance Committee With Great Care; No Restrictions | I | l Assemblyman F. - Trubee Davison of Nassau County, swan yesterday chosen chair- man of the National Crime Commission, with power and authority to lay plans and di- rect the activities of the Com- mission in the war against all forms of crime. Mr. Davison was chosen Iapart from his other qualifi; cations, because of his wealth, his record and that of his late father as public servants, and his freedom from prejudicia} connections. \4'il»nl.4).~ meeting of 23 out standing business and professional Jf men interested in finding a remedy for present crime conditions resulted In the permanent organization of the National Crime Commission, The meeting was held in the office of JJf Elbert H. Gary at TL Broadway, Manhattan Accepts With Proviso Mrs Davison accepted, - but - wily the understanding that he will re Unquish the leadership to another should his legislative duties this nu tumn. require He was proposed to the orgunizers of the commission by a mittee composed of George W, . Wicker sham, former United States attor ney | general, chairman; - Richard Washburn Child, former ambassador to Italy; William B Joyce, chair man of the Board of the National Surety Company, and former Gov ernor irles 8. Whitman \Ample Fund Necessary\ This committee recommended that the \commission in the first instance whall devote itself to the problem\ of coping with crimes of violence throughout the country and the fail- ure of swift and efficient justice,\ Next, it recommended \that a |amail body be selected from the membership of the crime commission as an executive committee, com- | posed of gentlemen who can give conniderable time to the problem; and, of primary Importance, the for- mation of a small committee to pro- vide for financing the commission's undertaking. Ample funds are nee essary.\ An important work of the com- mimsion,\ the resolution continued, \will le in promoting the forma- tion of loérl commissions or com- mittees in the principal cities of the country, in meting as a clearing house of information as to methods and in stimulating local activties, To Pick Chairman With Care Mr. Davison said he would first select, with great car, the chair- man of the finaiice committee, then the executive committee. The membership Of the latter com mittee, he be drawn from the country at large |- The. comftilemion, - he - continued, will first prepare its ground by gath- ering and compiling »tatisties. There (Continued on: page 1) ~--4. ___. BALDWIN (VICS ADVOCATE NEW DISTRICT LINES Baldwin, Aug, 18.-At a meting of the executive committee of the the\ committee being comprised of -A. E. Newton, Wester: velt Prentice, Carl O. Bader, Wil- the same, 'Now they ovariap. Also it was propose! to appeil ta the authorition to widen Grand ave: sue at the Pipe Line botlevard amt to apply to Chiof Skidmore. th do: vise. ways and means to ogtle traffic near the rallroad crossing to reduce congestion, 1 a t rp »alightly [warmer 40 1g ht ;> fraa a m4Be¢ly becoud ag

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