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Vnlr tnniglil THE WEATHER tonight and Tneeday: Cooler Moderate northerly arlnds. THE DAIL REVIEW Of Nassau County TKE DAAT RiYSi 2c al yaar XMm Slaai ar ^mtuteTht Yarne Omaa lie P^ Waak IS Per T«« >*; Offidai Paper, ViBafe of Freeport FREEPORT, N. Y^ MONDAY, MAY 16, 1921 VoL XXIV, No. 71 PLANT AND ACCOMPLICES TELING DISTRICT AnORNEY WEEKS ALL OF TBEIR STORY TODAY In Anticipation Of Grand Jury Session Tomorrow —Justice Cropsey Fines Another Juror and Directs Other Delinquents Be Brought Before Him—Repeats That Confidential Messages He sent ''Leaked" '^ were drawn and for each Bucce«alve day'n r€«cord nf jurors who oame to court and who annwered the roll call. JuRtlop Cropsey called for Sheriff Charles W. Bmlth, asking to question him In relation to the Jury Hat and when they were unable to find the Rherirt, he talked to Under-Sherlff O. H. Tuttle. "Is the sheriff here today?" aaked the <^urt. "Xo, he is not here," said the under- sheriff. "Is he ever here on pay days?" usked the Court. And then hc went on with an ex¬ amination of the jury list, checking up on those men who were called and going over tlje roll call list aa kept by Court Clerk Daniel Set(ley. Justice Admits a ''l.**!!" , After court adjourned, Justice Crop- Mineola, May 16.—Cnrmiin Plant, former counly detective and self con¬ fessed dealer in Illegal trafflc in stolen motor vehicle* In Nassau County 'h closeted With District Attorney Weeks today In anticipation of his testimony before the grand Jury tomorrow. Plant carrying out his promise when he wad permitted to change his pl'»a from not guilty to guilty. Is telling nil he knows In relation to the traffic In stolen automobiles. The District Attorney Is also hearing the stories thnt Matthew J. O'Neill, William Hoff¬ man nnd Aubrey Pettit have to tell !n relation to tho name criminal business. It Is expected that after all of these stories arc put together that It will make the concrete cases that are ex- pected to bring out of tbe Jury room tomorrow further indictments that will Involve those others who It Is intimated have been associated with Plant, I'ettlt, HWfman and O'Neill. O'Neill is the convict who h.as already been sentenced for his part of this crime. Hoffman Is under inchctment und is waiting sentence, while Plant and PettH having jilended guilty will be sentenced after their tisefulness to the state has ben exhausted. Oopsoy DirertA Investigation Supreme Court Justice .Tames C. Cropsey when he we;it on the bench thi.M morning, directed the further In¬ vestigation In the methods of notifying Jurors for service and the manner in which some Jurors have been (excused, as' ¦well as the action of these Jurors who hare not appeared for Jury ¦er>-loe without excu.ie of any kind from any¬ one. Tie fined Edward A. Morgue of Port Washington f25 for contempt of court because he had failed to appear for jury service when he was notified and he instructed Court Clerk Sealey to learn why John Both had not appeared for service ns a grand Juror and why William S. Wakner had not api)eared ns a trial juror. "How many Jurors nre here today" usked Justice Cropsey and the clerk told him that he had 88 nil of whom '"<l"'ry *"»<> the wreck of Chicago and the court seiit over to to Justice Mac- | Alton Train No. 9, known as "The Crate for duty until Thursday when Hummer,' which was derailed three TWO MEN ARRESTED FOR INTOXICATION Alkfed To Hare Had UnconnuB- ed Liqio^ In TiMir f ouesnoii —HeM For jTiuI Taetday Rockville Centre, May 16.—Two men, who gave their names as Raynciond Cossock. of 9 Greenwich street, New York, and Archie Vanelm, of 4t Tot- ten ntreet, Hempstead, arrested Sat¬ urday night by Sergeant William Need- ham on a iharge of Intoxk-atlon were held for trial Tuesday evening hy Po¬ lice Justice Thorp, whph the District Attorney will appear to press a charge of having intoxicating liquors in their possession. The men were arrested on Village avenue. When brought before Lieu¬ tenant KIrcher, he ordered them locked up over night. Sunday morning Police Justice Thorp fined each |5 and or¬ dered them to appear Tuesday night. Sergeant KIrcher took a half fllled hot tlo from the prisoners ajid is re¬ taining It as evidence against the men. He is also holding a Ford touring car. which they were using, as a surety Y.W.CA.eiRU STAGING3PLAYS ntlRSDAY At Freeport Oth VaAtr DirectioQ of Mn. Kleiiischmidt and L T. GMthve — Rehcariak Predict sey waa seen by the writer In his, chaml)er where Justice Cropsey asked • '""¦ *^''''' aPPearance. about the report that his telephone wires had been tapped, .said that he had no direct knowledge of it, but that there had been a "leak" In communi¬ cation sent by him as a decoy from his chttml)«rs to his offlce in Brooklyn, "Were your wires tapped," asked the Dally Keview reporter. "I didn't see them," replied the Judge. "But there wns a 'leak?'" the re¬ porter asked. "Yes, there was some 'leak,' abso¬ lutely." said Justice Cropsey. "Did you send confldential messages to someone that 'leaked' out?" aaked tho tVPMtn^"' '*• ¦ ¦ '^" TMt ot' "I am too old it ttfm came for that," stolen many bicycles from school chil replied the Judge. | dren, Charles Hansen, of District Attor- "But you did send a decoy message, i ney Charles R. Weeks' office, has stop tbe purport of which beeame known? " ', ped the robbery of one of the fine homes "Yes, " said the Judge. j jn Nassau Bouievai-d PROMPT ARREST ON MINOR THEFTS PREVENmOBBERY County Officers Recover Stolen Bi¬ cycles and Plans For Robbery Of Horton Home "Nipped In the Bnd" "Do you know how the 'leak' oc¬ curred?" "I have my own Idea how it 'leaked' out, " he replied. "1 Just planted them nnd discovered they were there." f—_ Blooming, 111., May 16.—An official Salvatore Salerno of Port Washington, who ia under indictment for receiving stolen automobiles, will be tried, - Jtiroi' Morgan Quieted He then called Kdward A. Morgan of Port Waahlngton before him and asked Mr. Morgan why -he had not ap peared for Jury duty when he had been notlfled. Mr. Morgan said he had re¬ ceived the notice May Z to appear on May 3. "It meant a vory serious loss to me If I had to come" said Mr. Morgan, "I saw Mr. Oould" (evidently meaiiing Byron C. Oould of Port Washington) and asked him if he could do anything about It. Mr. Oould advised me I did not have to go." Mr. Morgan said ho didn't see Mr. Oould but hc telephoned to him and then later when Justl.ce Cropsey asked him what he had done with his Jury notice, be said he sent It back to Mr. Oould. "Over the telophone?" asked the court. "No, no, that Isn't possible over the telephone, " said Justice Cropsey. Then Mr. Morgan recountered and said he had taken the notice back to Mr. Oould and had given it to him. Mr. Morgan aaid he had qualified as a Juror before Deputy Conimlsaioner of Jurora Oeorge Hyde, but he did not re¬ call any apeciflc inatructions that he was given at that time. "Why did you go to see Mr. Oould?" asked the^ court. "I knew Mr. Oould had aome influ¬ ence over here," replied Mr. Morsah. "How did you know that? What is Mr. Oould's pooition?" "I don't know what he is," said Mor¬ gan, "but it Is commonly known he has influence." Mr. Morgan also said that Mr. Oould had told him last Friday that he muat appear on Monday. "You have no excuse for not being here, tf you have you have not aaid no yet." "None except what Mr. Oould told me." "I flne you jlW for contempt ot court." aatd tbe «9urt, and Morgan paid. Cans for gmrata' Ust Justice Cropaey called for alt the miles from here last night, was launched today by railroad authorities. The belief that the wreck was the out¬ come of a i)lot has bean expressed by officials. Sta Theodore Hessing and Charles Trojan, of New Hyde Park, were the two men arrested and at the Inatance of Mr. Han- .sen they were taken by Offlcers Carlo and Hausch, of Floral Park. They are said to have confessecl and fo\lr bicy¬ cles have been recovered. The thefts of the bicycles all took place while the children were In .school and when the "bikes" wei'e parked in some place easy of access. Mr. Hansen says that Hessing'a con¬ fession Involves plans to rob the home of C. T. Horton, of Nassau Boulevard, and that the arrest qn the "bike" steal¬ ing charge waa the means of preventing, the consummation" of the robbery. FREEPORT IKIISTEES ADOPT FOUR NEW VIUAGE ORDINANCES Cannot Park Cars On Main Street Or Merrick Road For Longer Tban Fifteen Mmiites— Number of Special Policemen Reduc¬ ed To Nineteen Freeport, May 16.—A grist of rou¬ tine bualneaa waa transacted by trua- teea of the village at their meeting laat Friday night, considerable time waa given to the diacuaaion of problems confronting the village fathera. Police Matters The application of Ruasel S. Smith for motorcycle policeman waa placed on flle. president Chrlatie dsclarwl that he waa not in favor of increasing the police force one man beoauae tbe crime record did not ahow the need ot It. "Why there ifcn't a decent crook in Freeiwrt," he aaid. It waa rei)orted tlutt tho thre* police booths were ready for installation at Bayview avenue, Mill Rood and South Main and Orand avenue, and Colum¬ bua avenue. The Board granted per- mlasion to have them aet up and equipped with phones connected direct to headquarters. / Sopfie time aco^ tbe President directed Chief Hartman to submit a liat of ape dal policemen tbat he would recom mend aa worthy ot being retained. Chief Hartman recommeoded 19, inoliidlng twn wonen, Mra. acholey and Mr«. Raynore. Thoae who bave been <»- dropped a» sperlaaa will be aaked to Jurors listed, the original panel as tbey! bring la tbeir badges at ones lo the village offlce. Tbere were over 30 on the list. New Ordinances Four new ordinances were adopted by the Board to be known aa numbers 54, 65. 66, 57. Ordinance S4 states that when anyone builds a sidewalk they shall flrst get the grade from the vil¬ lage engineer and erect their walk In conformity with aame. Ordinance 5t states that hucksters wilt not be allowed to park anywhere except on a denigrmted spot on Olive Boulevard east of Main street. Ordinance it applies to autos that are parked unintended on Main street for all ho^rs. It .^ill he unlawful to park more than 15 minutes in one spot QO Main street between Kailroad avenue and Bedell street or on Mer¬ rick road between Main and Church streetSk Ordinance S7 states that no bus. taxi, or other vehicle will park on the south aide of the raiU'oad station except st a designated spot. Tbe public market and tbe public parking spMM will be roped otf and suitably marked as soon as possible. Penalties for vlotatioii mt these ordinances wero ma4e severe. (CooUnuetf en pas!m 3). --^' By Hifh School Orchestra Freeport^ May 16.—Final prepar¬ ations are being made for the presenta¬ tion of three plays by the young ladles of the T.W.C.A. at the Freeport Club House this Thursday evening, tinder the competent coaching of Mrs. Klelm- Schmidt and E. T. Cheshire, both of this village, the finishing touches are being added and the coming theatricals are an assuiod success. The young ladies in the various casts hnve been working diligently to make their initial efforts as letter perfect aa possible. The plays to be .staged are "The Con¬ spirators,,' "The Maker of Dreams" and "Cat Tear" a fanciful Jai)aneae comedy. Those who have attended the rehearsals predict brilliant performances. The work of the V.W.C.A. ha.s he- come noteworthy under, the direction of Miss Margaret Johnson and the organization is becoming a stronger factor in the so<-Ial life of the commun¬ ities every day. The music of the evening, the over¬ ture and intermission numbers will bf furnished by the Freeport High School Orchestra under dire<'tIon of Miss Haidt. Tickets for the even are on sate at Chubburks drug store. The casts of the plays nre as follows: "THE CONSPIRATORS Cast of characters—Urinnle, T..ucy Watkins, Miss Primlelgh, Janet Schnei¬ der; Edna, Dorothea Gallaher: Madge. Mildred Baron; Edith, Katherine Boiler; Hilda, Evelyn Oarretson; Nancy. Nat¬ alie Earl; Kitty. Ethel Geller; Joyce, Alvira Mitchell; Mlsa Edwards, Hellen MUi. mmmmTm ^EWRECORDATFi™CIRCUS Loops the Loop 199 Consecu^e Times Before 10,000 People At Exhibition Staged By Auto Company—Bert Acosta In Army Planes, Hold Crowd Spellbound By By Stunt Flying Trailed To Rwal New Jersey, Trio Surrenders To Comity Aothori- ties—Held On $1,000 Rail Mineola. May 16.—Trailed to the most rural of the rural parts of northern Jer¬ sey three bold t)ad bandits, with loaded clube, black masks an^ but very little cash, came voluntarily back to Nassau , J County and let Deputy Sheriff I.«onard Brufiant PerfonnanCeS Mnsic' Thome and constable Jesse Mott take them Into cu.stody. They were held in $1,000 l>all by Ju.stice of the Peace Rals ig. The trio arrested are Donald Robert¬ son and Irving C oombs, both of Hew- letts and Robert Carman, of Woodmere. The last named was able to raise tho bail. The other two aro in jail. They confessed to robbing the cigar and stationery store of Samuel Wine- coff, of HewlettH on ^lay L'. They are said to have taken |300 of stuff and then they fled to Belleville, .V. J., which is about the last place that anyone would look for robbers. Deputy Sheriff Thorne .says thot the whereabouts of the fugitives had been known for several days and when the case against them Was fairly complete the officers went for their quarry. They seemed a little glad to leave .lersey and oame into I..ong Island knowing they would be arrested when they reached home .soil. Coached by Mra.'^nvtms(*hmidt "The Maker of Dreonui"—Castol characters: FMerrett, Dorothy FHemlng; The Manufacturer, Alice Haight. Coached by Miss Haight. "Food"— A Comedy ©asil—A New Yorker, Abe Raphael; Irene, his wife, Gertrude Johnson; Harold. An Officer of the Food Trust, Richard AlcChesney. Coached by Mrs. E. T. Cheshire. "Cat Tear,"—Cast of characters: Mlmo San, Pantomime Mistress. Helen Ault: Wanata San, A Japanese Heiress, Ki%kara, her short fat guardian; Ylay- ama, Klakara's very tall and very thin body guard; Bubu, The Cat; Dancing Maidens attendant 'on Wanata San: Edith Story, Margaret Gould, Dorothy Kirchgressner, Ruth Place. LYNBROOK MAN HAipHHMSELF Adolph Meyer, Sr., Discooraged By Easiness Reverses, Takes Life In Attic of Home Lynbrook, Moy 16.—Discouraged over business reverses, Adolph Meyer, .Sr., of 76 Earle avenue, hanged himself in the tttlc Ht his home .on Saturday. Hc had been morose for atwut ten days but none of his family su.«ipected timt he thought of taking his life. He was 65 years old and had l>een a paper tiox, manufacturer with a factor^' In Watt street. New York City. He had been connected with this factory as an employee and later as owner for fifty one years. Only a few weeks ago he had been comr>elled to make an assign¬ ment. The new owbers gave notice three weeks ago that he and hia son Adolph, Jr.. were to take a \'«cation until fur¬ ther notice. This so upset his mind that on Saturday morning he went up to the attic, removed collar and tie,^^Uaced a curtain so that he would be screened from ^iew and hanged himself.' Coroner Neu has decided that it was a clear caae of suicide. Born in New York City he ntarried there thirty-two yqars ago and reared a family of Ave -soha and one daughter. He was Tery well known in the Blgbth Ward, New York. Fourteen yeara ago be moved to Lynbnx* and pcflsseased one of the very attractive homes. He ts survived by his widow and one daugh¬ ter A«(na. four sons. Adolph, Jr., Ed- Vfwtd, James* and William. Another aon, XiOUis, died years ago. There Is a step¬ son. Frank Oallacher. and one graod- eWld. ' Tbe fiinerai oerrioe will taka plaee Tttssdny in the chapel of tbe Lutheran Cemetery. Mr. Meyer's strongest ttuubatmiiflie his ability to maHe friends. His death ift deeply mourned here. GUN CLUB OPENS SEASON SATURDAY WITHCEREMONY Flag Raising and Dance In Even¬ ing—Inter-Qub Shoot Sunday —Prizes Won By Freeport Men Freeport, May 16.-^WIth a great .sal¬ vo of shotgunt), the Freeport Gun Club blo.s.siomed Into life Saturday afternoon as the flog was officially raised at the shooting grounds on South Main street, with elaborate ceremonies. kde ee(«fno»iei» had been planned as ."wmethlng very elaborate, but as various things intervened it wa.s impossible to carry all of them out. Fred Stone, the jtopulor and fomous lover of sports, wos present, and has given the club his backing from the .start. He has offered a beautiful sil¬ ver cup to be shot for. The flag was presented by Moses Bernstein and accepted by Captain Mathias of the Gun Club, Little Doro¬ thy Stoiie, daughter of the well known Fred, mised the flag accompanied by school children, and the rest of the gathering properly saluated. Following the'ceremonies a shoot was held, and .some good scores made, al¬ though the newness of the traps makes thorn a little Irregular, and "no bird" was a frequent cry. Some of the members turned In per¬ fect scores. In the evening the Ca.sino Hotel was engaged by the club, and a dance and Jolllflcation wfts held. The score follows: Starting at noon Sunday, a large shoot began, with entries from several clubs on Long Island. There were about 200 entrie.s, and the barking of the guns was continuous from noon until-dark. The prizes shot for during the after¬ noon were presented to the club by Freeport. Saturday's shoot was won by A. Kle¬ sick of the Bergen Beach Gun Club, who had a card of 49 out of a possible 50 targets. The high handicap prize went to R. Combs. The club will hold a big invitation shoot today. The scores: Opening Shoot—BO targets Hit. H'cap. "ni. Hazelhui-st Field. May IB.—Revolving over and ovor again from dizsy height to dizzy height. Miss I^ura nrommell. of Now YuflTTIfy, yeKlerday uftenmon brok<; her own record for lonplng the loop with an airplane and set a now high mark for women fliors. Sho looped the loop Ifllt consecutive times while 10.000 people gai>ed, o|M>n mouthed in amazement. After flying In e\"erlowerIng revolU' flnlir 171 QoA«»> r! tlons for one hour and 20 mlnutos this umy i^a dcouu Inj„,,„,. ,3.,.,.„,.,„j „,.,^,^,, ^,^^„^,, hack to the landing fleld with the «ame dtish thut matio strong men gasp as thoy .saw h?r winK hor way ui)war(l when .she starlod her stunt Hying. -Miss Bmm- mell started hor evolutions from S.OOO feot and, looklnp like nothing so much as a tiiml.lor pigoon at that height, she came lower and lower as she" loet uiti- BOY SCOUTS PLAN TRACK MEET FOR MEMORIAL DAY Scoutmasters Urging Increased In¬ terest In Organization In Free- port Freeport Freeport, Mny 18—The sixth annual Boy Scout athletic meet will be hold In Freeport May 30th on,>Olivp Roule- vard starting at 2 o'clock. Tbo athletic events have been divided In thr*ie da.sises as follows: Boys under 90 lbs. 60 yd. dash, standing broad Jump, 360 11"''»' "> "'e never-ending loop, A. Klesick 1 R. Combs —.. , J. H. Kauder ™ C. Hall P. A. Stone F. Hayes F, L. Wharas Dr. Schenck C. A. Van Rees A. Patherwein ___ J. M. Dotter . R, Van Rees F. P. Alcorn O. Cheney L. P. Stone a. tt 46 4< 44 46 45 42 43 S9 42 39 38 3H 29 27 2 2 2 4 2 2 4 2 t 2 2 0 2 8 10 . 1- 50 48 48 48 47 47 4< 45 45 44 41 88 87 37 37 GEORGES CARPENTIER ARRIVES New York, May 18.—Georges Carpen¬ tier. French heavyweight champion, who Is to meet Jack Dempeey at Jersey City July 2. landed from tha steamer La. Sovle here shortly before noon to- <!ay. to the vociferous cheers of a big crowi of hia fellow oouiitrymen, who had turned out to meet him. The French title holder declared he was fueling flne and WMld go at once to Manhssset, L. I., to be^in training for the flgbt. 'A- yd. relay; boys under 115 lbs. 90 yd. dash, standing broad jump, 44 yd. .o- lay: over 115 lbs, 190 yd. relay, stand¬ ing broad jump, 880 yd. relay. Tbe Scout events will be as follows: Signaling Contest, 2 boys to each team; Water Br>lllng, Knot Tying. Ekjuip- ment Race, Wearing Full Eqiiipment. There will be Ist, 2nd and .Ird prizes in tho form of medals, us well as medals for the teom winning the relay races. Williara H. Blume a scoutmaster, of Bayview avonue has sent out an urgent coll in an effort to stimulate the inti-r- est of the parents of boys In scout activities. Ho believes it the duty of parents to know of the Boy Scouts that they may interest their own as well as other boys in the organization. Two more Bcout troops are " being formed in Freeport at this time and it Is believed there is room for moro. The Scout masters say that out of a population of 10,000 or moro thore are only 125 Boys Scouts when thore .should he 5 times that number. The leaders of the various Troops say they are doing all they can to stim¬ ulate interest and tho fact that two more troops are forming is an ln<iloa tlon of their elTort. Miss Brommell. oasilly tho most strik¬ ing feature of tho whole aviation show that tbe Curtis"XTiVlano and Motor (Cor¬ poration staged here thin afiornoon. is tho avora^e .sized blond Kir! who takes to flying like a duck doo.s lo w.-itor and' this not smh a had stmiio since .Miss Brommell al.*<o holds tho woild's. record foi- women as a high divor. She has |)lt!nj;pd J(i5 foot into water. Yesterday when she ¦turnod the 199 lt)ops she set a now world's record for looping for women and heat her own l>est previous mark, which was 88, by a larK'i margin. In addition to her loop record Miss Urommell also set a rctmrd for tho fast, oat mile by a woamn In a piano when she went at the rate of 135 miles an hour In an Italian G. P. A. Tn loopln.sr ,\llsH HromuK'll used u Curtis mandard shil). The air show here yesterday, con- ductiHl by Charles 8. Jores for the Cu;-- Ms Company, opened with a formation (light ill whiih Mr. Jones. W. K. (ill nioie and U. H. Depew, with the sM(>h ivtiri the Curtis factory showed. Throufrh tho coui-toNy of the army post ot Mitchel Kiold there was a imia- ihute Jump. Sorgt. William Simiic drop¬ ping from a regular army I). H. ma- The leaders in Freejwrt have decided chine at 3.000 feet and la'^ding safely, to set one night a month apart to In- "Wild BIM" Kopla, of .Nowark, Was struct the boys in some of the various scheduled to do some aerial acrobatics phases of scout work, all the Trooiis | including wing wall<inK and flyinn lad- fo attend at that time. Last Friday evening former Lieuten¬ ant Walker Tait of Freeport, a veteran of the war spoke, giving the boys an Interesting nature ^study. The meeting was> held at the Columbus avenuo school House and was well attended. On future dates there will l>e lectures on other topics of Interest to the boys. DOG BITES BICYCUST WiUism Olacken of Freeport Attacked by I'gly Dog—Attended by Ur. Runcie Freeport. May 18.—William Clack en of 221 Miller avenue, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Olacken was bitten by a dog Saturday while riding his bicycle. The accident happened at Smith and Or«rve street when the dog rushed out of the yard and chased the boy leaping at him, and flnally sinking hl.<i teeth in¬ to the boy's leg leaving a vivid im¬ print. Dr. W. H. Runcie attended him and reported slight injuries. No action has been taken against the owner of the dog. dor work, hut hf- wa.s forced lo elimin¬ ate this by reason of motor trf)ulile In ono of Ihi'^shlps, but he did Kive a para- I'hute jumi) after Miss Hrommoll took him lip to about 3,000 fot-t. Hi- landed .safely, lucked his "chute" under hlrt arm and walked luick to the field. Bert Acosta. known the country over as a daring j)llot. In a fast Orenco, loan¬ ed liy tho anny poNt for the |)urpONe, ^'avo an exhibition of stunt flying thnt kept th<.. crowd oJifi'Ited all the time he was In the ulr. All afternoon tho fliers were beselged liy people who wanted to fly and eVeVy ship that went out carried one or more women iMiKsengers wlio were talcing their lliMt niK'lit. J CAUGHT STEALMG PRIZED PIGEONS Four Baldwin Youths Arraigned Before Judge Johnson Se¬ verely Reprimanded WEEK END "DUMBS" GET "JOE" MARINO INTO TROUBLE —DAUGHTER SENT AWAY Mineola, May 18.—"My papa does n*>l get drunk much, but he Ih always drunk Hbturday and Sunday," said twelve year-old Anna Gleoevice, of Rast Shore roud. Port Washington, and that led to the arrest of "Joe" Mtafino who keefM a store across the street from where Anna formerly lived. She told her story to Preston B Chapntan. of the Society for i»»e Pre vention of Cjnusity to Children and slf is now in a home in Syracuse where she can be properly cared for. Joe" Marino was arrested by D«t«e- live Ferdinand Miller and held to anadt the sction of tbo <3rand Jury. Dstec Uve Miller found two casks ef wine in tbe iptrlno phwre aad It is tbe Uqiwr New York, May If.—American cheese sold at 18 cents a pound wlwtesale heH i Quote* bar daddy «• wtjrlnf "Tivo dr|nks t^sjQ^tbe toweat prtoe In ^sbt year*, jof tbst wine apd rov «M itrnnk." Kreeport, May 16.—Upon complaint of 1. Seklne, a Japanese, living at 312 I^ocust avenue several boys were hailed Into court Saturday afternoon before Judge Albin N. Johnson and charged with breaKIng Into Sekine's garage with intent to , purloin his prize pitreons housed there. Tho hoys Were Albert Krug, tho ringleader. Herbept and Vernon Bea¬ man, and Klmer Carman, all of Bahl. win. The boys planned the robbery ahead of time and worked out all the details. The Sektne house bod been watched all day by them and after dark two hoys watrhed. while the other two Ijroke a window in the garage and entered. Mr. deiilne aod his nephew were In the hou!M> and heaitl the noUe, and rushed out. caught KIroer Carman who WSN held for the police. Tlio pigeons were ITaa Tail Tumblers and highly valued. 3uagp Johnson gave the boys a severe lecture and let them go without any for^iw pusishnent.
|Title||Daily Review of Nassau County 19210516|
|Title||Daily Review of Nassau County 19210516|
tonight and Tneeday:
Moderate northerly arlnds.
Of Nassau County
TKE DAAT RiYSi
al yaar XMm Slaai ar ^mtuteTht Yarne Omaa
lie P^ Waak IS Per T««
Offidai Paper, ViBafe of Freeport
FREEPORT, N. Y^ MONDAY, MAY 16, 1921
VoL XXIV, No. 71
PLANT AND ACCOMPLICES TELING DISTRICT AnORNEY WEEKS ALL OF TBEIR STORY TODAY
In Anticipation Of Grand Jury Session Tomorrow —Justice Cropsey Fines Another Juror and Directs Other Delinquents Be Brought Before Him—Repeats That Confidential Messages He sent ''Leaked"
were drawn and for each Bucce«alve day'n r€«cord nf jurors who oame to court and who annwered the roll call.
JuRtlop Cropsey called for Sheriff Charles W. Bmlth, asking to question him In relation to the Jury Hat and when they were unable to find the Rherirt, he talked to Under-Sherlff O. H. Tuttle.
"Is the sheriff here today?" aaked the <^urt.
"Xo, he is not here," said the under- sheriff.
"Is he ever here on pay days?" usked the Court.
And then hc went on with an ex¬ amination of the jury list, checking up on those men who were called and going over tlje roll call list aa kept by Court Clerk Daniel Set(ley.
Justice Admits a ''l.**!!" , After court adjourned, Justice Crop-
Mineola, May 16.—Cnrmiin Plant,
former counly detective and self con¬ fessed dealer in Illegal trafflc in stolen
motor vehicle* In Nassau County 'h
closeted With District Attorney Weeks
today In anticipation of his testimony
before the grand Jury tomorrow. Plant carrying out his promise when
he wad permitted to change his pl'»a
from not guilty to guilty. Is telling
nil he knows In relation to the traffic
In stolen automobiles. The District
Attorney Is also hearing the stories
thnt Matthew J. O'Neill, William Hoff¬ man nnd Aubrey Pettit have to tell !n
relation to tho name criminal business.
It Is expected that after all of these
stories arc put together that It will
make the concrete cases that are ex-
pected to bring out of tbe Jury room
tomorrow further indictments that will
Involve those others who It Is intimated
have been associated with Plant, I'ettlt, HWfman and O'Neill.
O'Neill is the convict who h.as already been sentenced for his part of this crime. Hoffman Is under inchctment und is waiting sentence, while Plant and PettH having jilended guilty will be sentenced after their tisefulness to the state has ben exhausted.
Oopsoy DirertA Investigation Supreme Court Justice .Tames C. Cropsey when he we;it on the bench thi.M morning, directed the further In¬ vestigation In the methods of notifying Jurors for service and the manner in which some Jurors have been (excused, as' ¦well as the action of these Jurors who hare not appeared for Jury ¦er>-loe without excu.ie of any kind from any¬ one.
Tie fined Edward A. Morgue of Port Washington f25 for contempt of court because he had failed to appear for jury service when he was notified and he instructed Court Clerk Sealey to learn why John Both had not appeared for service ns a grand Juror and why William S. Wakner had not api)eared ns a trial juror.
"How many Jurors nre here today" usked Justice Cropsey and the clerk told him that he had 88 nil of whom '"