Daily Review of Nassau County 19210421
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THE WEATHER flhowora Tonight and Friday; noi muih chango Jn temrxtature; tn- VraaatAg amtth aad southviMt wlsda. THE DAILY REVIEW Of Nassau G>imty THE DAat mtEH 2c «r tPttmana at Tmt Hmm <^ Itc Per Wfdk $$ P« Tew Mlmmmi..mml*mmtmilim tarn Official Paper, ViBage ei Freeport FREEPORT. N. Y., THURSDAY. APRIL 21 1921 Vd. XXIV. No. 50 JOYRIDERS MAKMYCAR GOHETOIMF miPUIIE DOES 147 HUES AN HOOK DIAItllfTESr Product of Baidwia Cmapaay fa- UbBskes New Record—^Loab : j MeisterPiiat Six Occopaats Wtrrawly Escape Mitrhpi Fwa. Aprii 21.—i^ouia M<>ia- Deata Whea Big AntonBOblle! t<?|-, puot, drovo a Orenro purau^ plane TraTeDlBf At lfifk Speed, Tores h 47 mUen an hour in a ti>«t for the Orer in Henpstead-—Fire De- aviation branrh or the united state* partaient Called Ont To Prercat I Army yeaterday. The beat prevloun Machiae Banuae 1 np«>ed of thiR faat Uttle dying ahlp waa I Hempatead. April 21.—Six paraona had a narrow ext^ape from death or In¬ jury here last night when a hig army Cadillat' touring rar turned over at the corner of Kulton aveilue and Franklin atreet about eleven o'clock. It waa a car of Brig. Oeneral Hutche. aon who waa ntatloned at Governor's Inland and waa driven by hli^ chauftaur Corp. David J. Fitzgerald, motor trans- 'port Co. 618. . He had left the General Homewhere in New York early In the ev- , enlng, picked up two frienda, Frank Norton and William Oxford. In New York, and then pro<'eeded to Brooklyn | where they picked up three young wo-1 man at the KInga County Hoapital. j^,^„ Q^^^^ HlSterical aad GeB- The iwirty then atarted for a Joy ride. | , . . . i^^^^^ 0-lS I» The girls In the iwrty were Edith Ball | ealOglCal dOOety OClMTe It lie, "Tomio" Millaat and Mary MoI.raugh j Sboold Be Dooe lin, all employed at the hoapital. , ,¦ Ab thb car arrived In front of Hutche- Mineola. April 21.—The Naaaau Coun- Bon'a garage on FuUon avenue running: ty HIaforlcal Genealogical Society la ut :i high rate of apeed, Fitzgerald out for a meml>er8hip of 1,000 and it ia 140 mllea. ^ The plane, the product of the Ord¬ nance Engineering Company of Bald¬ win, haa attracted a great deal of at¬ tention becauae of the also and apaM, and becauae the War Department haa | »*..., »„ TL J D 117 I Juat purchaaed flfty of thfem to he uaad I WOTICt AttOraey tBarteS K. WeelU HEMPSTEAD IIRE CMEF VISITS ROCKVILLE CENTRE Rookville Centre, April Jl.—Fire Chief Poweis of Hempatead yiatted Rockville Cimtre laM night and inapected the ap- paratuH of the de(>artment. He waa ac¬ companied about the village hy Fire Chief Waterman. Chief Powers waa impreaaed by the completenena of the equipment and flne flre company houHea. / CiUilPllT MAYBEMD NEnmomi PIPELINE BOULEVARD BILLSIGNED Mayor Hylan Approves Construction of Road Over Brooklyn Wa¬ ter Supply Right of Way aa purault planea In the regular army aervice. The Orenco la equipped with Hlapano 300 h.p. motora. PROPOSE TO MARK HISTORIC PLACES aeemed to loae control of tht machine, threw on the brakea, awerved and turn- planned t(^atart a campaign to arouae intereat in the many pthcea of historical ed over. He waa unable to atop the Intereat which abound In thla country, A .__,, motfir, which became hot and Htarled flre to the oil. I'olice Offlcer Ulcker. unable to get tb^ flre headquurtera on the telephone, turnod in an alarm cnlllng out the de¬ partment which put out the flre and righted the car. The i)arty and the car were taken to police headquartt^ra and .later the chauffeur and mtichlne were turned over to a llrat sergeant, D. A. McDanlel, who waa sent out from the Army Baiie In Brooklyn. No one waa hurt ahd the car not bad¬ ly damaged although It waa necesaary to tow It to Brooklyn. TWO HURT WHEN NEW AUTO TRIES TO CUMB TREE I A Freei>nr|, April 21.—Two wei'c hurt Monday evening when an automobile craahed Into a tree ip an effort to get out of u rut in the road where it had been atuck. Fre<l Ware, Oeorge Canlllzo and Boa¬ ter Pinkham were the occupanta of thet car. Fred Ware bought the car the same day and took it to Farmingdale for a trial apln. The car ran all tight and at the eon¬ clueion trf the run the money-waa paid over and the deal cloaod. Thot even¬ ing the young men wer*i riding through Baldwin when, on Milburn avenue, they got Into a rut. Maneuvering to get out, the car shot ahead and craahed Into a pole. Canr ilizo and * J'inkham were aomewhat hrulaed and acratched and Ware's new purchase had to go up for repalra. «RREK LKAVBS $30,000 TO POOR OF HOME CITY (By International Kews Service.) Penver, April 00.---Greek maids In Isolated vlllagea of their homeland will be made happy by proviaiona of the will of Peter fHinlcka, Denver, restauran- teur, who died here recently- Poor girls In Divry. province of Ar- chaisaa and Ella, Greece, will not be humillated° because of a lack of dowry to preaent thetr proapectiviei husMtnds, na long aa Danlpk's 120,000 gift lasts. ,—t—: CELEBRATE SSTH ANNIVERSARY Rockville Oantre, .April >1.—Mr. and Mrs. Alfred jSoper gave^ a supper to celebrate the twenty-flfth anniversary of their wedding at their home laat night. Among the guesta were Mr. and Mrs. Bdward Kruse and Baimer E, Soper of Baldwin; Mr. and Mrs. William A. So¬ per and Mr. and Mra. John Soper and son, Richard Ue^ Tha tahle decoiSattlOns were white with pink carnations and pani>y blooms. INSCRIPTION ON LAKE BOTTOM WARNS OF TEARS (By International News Sarvice.) Geneva. April 00.—A sever* drouth Is prevailing In Swltserland. and the Rt^ and Rhine rivara 'have dwindled to half their normal slaa. At Ganthoud the stone bottom of the lake has ap¬ peared revealing thla Inscription dated ISSS: "When you see me agaita the worW. will be in tears." In Lake Thun a similar t«acr)pttem has been revealed. They will advocate pilgrimages to all the hiatorlcal piacea, they plan a series of lercturea setting forth the hiatorlcal lore of Naaaau County and Tx>ng laland and they propose placing markera nt the site of each hlatorfcal place with such Inacription as will tell Just what happened at thnt apot. There are many polnta of Interest. Many of theae are passed dally without a thought given to what great event had transpired whera today the feet of the unthinking or unknowing tread. Dr. Jamea S. Copley, aupe(thtendent of schools, is preaident of the society and Frank A. Coles, of Glen Cove is vice president. Jeaae Merritt, clerk to the Bonrd of Supervisors is secrettdnr and George D. A, Combea, of Rockville Centre, Is the treasurer. Expected To Ask That Criaua- al Cases Be Grrea Prefereace Whea Sopreme Court Jvsticf Joka MacCrate Opens the May Term HEMPSTEAD HONOR ROa HAS BEEN REVISED Hempatead, April 21. — Hempstead Post, 390, American Legion, haa re¬ vised the honor roll containing the namea of thoae from Hempstead Vil¬ lage who made the supreme sacriflce. It now reads aa followa: ' Magdallne H. Flcken, Alfred R. Noon. Wliliam S. Kimball. Calvin Valentine. Edward Brothers. Oerardus Clowes. Mil G. Pearsen, . Andrew McCoun. Daniel R. Junk. James Smollen. Thomas Garry. Melvln T. Smith. The name of WlUtam O'Connell haa been taken from the list as he was a resident of Garden City and his nanie is on the Oarden City honor roll. The names of Mlaa Flcken. Calvin Valeni,tlne and Edward Brothers have been added. Should the people of Hempstead know of any names that should he add¬ ed to ^he' ^hove list they are re<)ueated to communicate with Adjutant Iiael Van Elen or Commander Aldrich Van Dohlen of the Hempstead Poat. Lat the Honor Roll of those who made the supreme sac^flce be complete by Me^ mortal Day so that due honor may be given them. 1 . GERMAN CASTLE ON RIVIERA UNTENANTED Mineola, April 21.—It ts announced here that Carman Plant, former county detective', under indictment charging him with receiving stolen automobiles, will, be re-tried sometime during the flrat two weeks of^the May term of Supreme Court. That term of court will start on ^ay 2. Justice John MacCrate will preside at the May term of court and It ia quite possible that District Attorney Charlea R. Weeka will ask the Cour; to let the trial of criminal caaea pro¬ ceed thnt of the civil calendar ao that the Plant cai«e may be disposed of. Plant was tried at the January term of court before Justice Lazansky and a jury, which last failed to agree on a verdict. The chief witnesses for the state at the last trial were Matthew O'Neill, already serving a sentence in Sing Sing Priaonr for his part in disposing of stolen autos, and "Red" Hoffman, who ifl In the County Jnil, and who is also under Indictment for the- aame ^cts. Both men treely confess their crhnea and Implicate Plant and an Italian nameH Salerno who has also been indicted and who is expected to be tried In May. • It is charged that Plant received a stolen car for his own use from the accused mtn and that he knew of othera they had In their possession and which had been stolen. HEMPSTEAD HIGH SCHOQL STEEL CONTRACT AWARDED Hempstead', April 21.—The Board of Education last night awarded the con¬ tract for the steel for the new high achool to Vellon, Inc., of Far Rocka¬ way, the lowest of several bidders. The <*mount is approximately aeven thousand dollars. The boferd also decided to employ a nurse full time beginning September. Por the past year or so the village has been paying one-half the salary of the visiting nurse who haa been doing achool work. Lactura in Ljrnbrvbk (By International News Service.) Paris, April 21.—At Beaulieu sur Mer on the Riviera stands a beautiful mansion In the midst' of a large and shady park. It is the property of Prince and Princass HohenloheSehll- UngMfurst. Sequestraf,cd at the tiegln- ning of th^ war and uaad as a hoa¬ pital for American soldiers during the war, the propeity was recently put up for auction by the French scquwtra- tion oflRciala. It ia estimated to be worth )iO,000 franca and c^naldered cheap at that price. Neverthlesa, uo one came forward to buy. The prop¬ erty Is now uninhabited and is con¬ sidered burdensome to the sequeatra tton oOktials. ¥ ^ FRED FORBELL RBCOVBRINO RockvUle Centre, Ap?.-!! s;.—I^ For- A la«)tura wtll ba given *t the RcdjbeU, tba tu yav tiit wo at Ur. «ad Croaa rooms. St ga—Amray, Lyn- j Mr». Oeorg* B. VtnfyPCl, ot tl Ltacohi btvok, L- I., thia |4tar»9an. A»ril SI, avenue, who waa tixJurad when ble at S.30 p. tp. Btpert eoraetiorea wili; pony ran away, la reeovarlag aioaly. tlve T&luable Instruction and expUin|He will probaMy b« out again In « •very detail. Ail v«0Mn are walcMM. tratti ar te* .tpya. ST. MARK'S CHURCH FAIR (M»ENS THIS AFTERNOON Rockville Centre, April 21,—Begin¬ ning today, and continuing tomorrow St. Mark's church will hold a fair, all organizations participating. There will beon .'sale u.seful arUclcs, candy, cake and Cooked food.s. The Men's Association will conduct a grocery store and each evening the Ladies' Aid Society will serve a cafateria dinner, beginning at 5.30 p. m. The fair will open this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The proceeds will go 'to the building fund. HITS TREE TRYING TO AVOID AUTO COLLISION Freeport, April 21.—Mrs. Daniel J. Snllivan, of Miller avenue, while riding along Olive Boulevard Monday noon, drove her car Into a tree while trying to avoid a colltsion with another car. Mrs. Sullivan's car was badly damag¬ ed. Mrs. SuUivan escaped Injury. She waa accompanied by a pet dog. The car that was the indirect cause of the accident sped on ita way wttheut stopping, and it is not known %rhether the occupanta knew that a collision had taken place. . 4' 1 • CAOEO PATRIOTUafr Olerveland. AprU 31.—"At thla time my duty to aerve my country cornea t>efore my duty to the Stater' With theae word«, John W. Joyce, serving a sixty-day ° aentence In the Workhouse for violation of tbe Vol¬ stead law, replied ,to a aummona to sarve on a Jury. TBA roinroKiD ~ The te« that waa to b* given by Mm. ^•ary Da Mott fw the Pareat-Tegrheni' Afaociatipn at ber btgttt. 44 Irving l^ee, Rockville Centre, tomorrow, haa been postponed until Friday afternoon, Kpsil tt. Mineola, April 21—Mayor Hylan yes¬ terday signed fhe bill which provides for the censtrurtion of a atate and OMmty highway along the line of the old Brooklyn^ pipeline from the reser¬ voir in Brooklj-n on oat throudi Nas¬ sau County. The bill, aa paaaed by the liegi.slature, provides for sixteen foot highway to be built from money fomlshed by the state, the rity of New Vork and the county of Westchester. This is what is known aa the Mc- /Whlnney Pipeline Bill. It ia the bill that Aasemblyman Mc¬ Whinney inalsted -Srt introducing and paasing in the'last session of the legis¬ lature in spite of the fact that the Board of Supervisors uninamously op¬ posed the measure and even went to a hearing at Albany to voice their opposi¬ tion. The land for the proposed new high¬ way will be ceded by the city which owna it and for which they now pay in taxes to Naasau County $80,000 a year. In the event that the pipe line boule¬ vard la constructed into Nassau Coun¬ ty this sum In tuxes will be loat to the county l)ecauae the city ceding the property will insiat that ther oounty takf* over all the land, which is 100 feet wide and several miles long, in¬ stead of merely the sixteen feet that will bp required for highway purposes. Mr. McWhinney practically said this at the meeting of the Board of Super- vlaora when he announced it would be a fine wide Ixjulevard with trees and ahruba planted in a plaza in the centre. He probably had in mind at that time a roadway wider than sixteen feet and If the road ta wider than« sixteen feet the communities through which the highway passes will be called upon to pay for the construction ot everything over the sixteen feet provided by the state laws. The conatruction of thia highway now into Naasau County reata on the decis¬ ion of the.State Commissioner of High¬ ways. That provision was made In the bill by McWhinney. It takes aWay from the country the right to diclde which highway route they will have improved with the state and county monpy this year, investing that power in the State Commissioner o Highways. If the city of New Tork builds the highway down to the Nassau County land, the State Commissioner of High¬ ways la almost certain to deaignate the same route leading the pipeline through within Nassau County. This in spite of the fact that 2,000 people in the county have signed :i petition for the improvement of tho Seaman—Lakevlew avenue route which the Board of Supervisors had promised the people would be Improved with the flrst money the state provided and which they already designated aa atate hlghwaya. _;^ The coat of this great boulevard in Naaaau County will be about two mil¬ lion dollars. ' nRE CHIEF MAKES LAND¬ LORD OFHCIAL CHAUFFEUR Rockville Clentre, April 21. — Fire Chief Waternuin repakl Eddie Burmester the deirt of flndlng him a new home by appointing him as offlcial chauffeur. No one knows better where Larry lives bm- cause Burmester owna the house. And It's good policy to stand in with the landlord nowadays. coi^ir SATISnEDAFTER DiSPECnON ¦^SSIIK™-GRAND JURY lllAi All UN Nassau Conaty Mosquito Extenni- nation Officials Find William H. DeMott's Crew Has Sitnatioa WeU Under Control—Comniis- sioners Use Autos and "Mosqui¬ to Fleet" in Tour Freeport, April 21.—The Naa.sau County Mo.squito Extermination Com-1 mission made a tour of the .south side of the connty ye.sterday tor the purpo.se of seeing at flr.st hand what the field forces had done and what is to be done to pro.secute the extermination of the mo.squito during the spring and summer months. While the work' of the comml.ssion and its men goes* on all the year, there are extra activities about this time of the year, since within a few days now mosquitoes will be on the wing, and the commission wishes to be forehanded in the flght against thefn. "A wonderful piece of work and nn amazing undertaking to protect the health of the community," is the way one of thoae in the inspecting party characterized the extermination meth- od.s, after .seeing what was being done today. The Nas.sau County Mo.squito Exter- SeatiBient of lahahitants To Be AKertained Today ThroUfh a Straw Vote .\ POUCE PLAN Expressed Desire To Know Fall Particulars and District Attorney Weeb and Charles Hansen WiH Explain All Details—It May Make Recommendations Tp Presidinf Justice Mineola. April 21.—The Grand Jury In session here today will hoar District Attorney Charles R. Weeka and Charl««» Hnnaen. the Hnger print man of the dia¬ ln relation to Baldwin, April 21.—Baldwin is today actively engaged in deciding the moment, ous queation of whether it shall Ite- come an incorporated village or not. The Baldwin Civic I>eague haa had iMUIota distributed throughout ithe vil¬ lage to ascertain the sentiment of the people. Together with the usual "Ves" and "No'-'^ls the request "Why." It Is expected that the answers to the "Why " will have much to do with the flnal aolution of the question. Tho Baldwin Bu.sineas Men's A.s.so. cjatlon at a special meeting held last night went on record as beinsr unani-1 1^,01 ,i;,„r„ey'r for^. vTaT '"'*''*"" "' '"^'"•P«'«*'"« 'ho j^hat they <-onsider is an adequate police ' force for Nassau County or u county iwlice organization. The Grand Jury liaa. already heai-d Bomethlng of the !)lan that Mr. Wofks and Mr. Hansen have worketl out. It WH« broached to thi-m last week and because they wanted to hear It in detail 'they will hear it tomorrow whi»n lhey Pastor of Bethel A. M. E. Church, | ''etum to (omj)lete their labor for the Freeport, Acts As Detective in i*'"'^- '^ ""¦¦'' ""' ^'^^¦'"•a''i>' impresswi II h f H r with thc plan they may return a pre- nocnstaner Lase isentment to tho presiding Ju.stice of Su- l)reme Court. Mr. Hansen suggeata that the county have a poliie syatom with offlcers on flxed posts. .12 men stationed at hours at placed that ail parts of the MINISTER TESTIFIES IN DIVORCE ACTION Brooklyn, April 21.—Dr. W. F. Coffey, pastor of the Bethol A.M.E.. Church, Freeport. testifled yesterday before Su- _ treme Court Ju.stice .Squiers In Urook-1 i.oothj county will he i-over^ and so that they MASONIC SERVICES FOR FERDINAND JOHNSEN Rockville iCentre, April 21.—Funeral services will he held on this evening at 8 o'clock over the remains of Ferdin¬ and Johnsen. a member of George C. Whiting Lodge No. 22, of Washington, D. C, by Massapequa Lodge, 822 F. a A. M. A large attendance l« requested aa here. Lynbrook meml)ers will meet at the L. I. R. R. Station, 7.46, others meet at Lodge rooma in this vAlage at 7.J0. Serrlcea will be at the home of Mrs. Anna Haar, Broadway. Lynbrook, near R. R. track. Bring ears. 4 BOY KNOCKED OFF WIIEEL Freftport, April 21,—Nonaan Leclr, ot Atlantk; avenue, while riding hia bksyoia on Long Reach avenue, Tueaday at noem time, collided wltK* an auto driven by Lyman Jones. Jonea reported the matter to tha liolice and stated that the boy tucned in front of H'm '^"t much dbMnaiea 'waa dt>a«. relations with the corespondent; that last February he went to the West street address and found Mrs. Hochstat- ter living thore under the name of Mrs. mlnation Commis.sion Is made up of j caiutiy; that ho saw Gallitly there. an.I Supervisor Hiram R. ^mith. chairman Lhnt OalHHy and Mrs. Hochstattor wore of the Hoai-d of .Supervisors and Presi-1 nvinR in a small ^partment. dent of the commission; Abraham Adol-1 ,„. coffey iderttifled .Mr.s. Hochstat- berg, treasurer, of Cedarhurst; Dr. Ar- lyn, for Charles Hochstattor of tO;j Ea.st IS.'Jrd .street, Manhattan, in his suit for^oun he rontrolled f^om the hoadquar- divorce from Mrs. Maude Hochstatter, j ters at tho Countv Jnil where thc sher. whom he married October 27. 191f,. , i^ ,„. ^ .loputy or someone designated Hochstattor alleged that for the past ^ ror the puupose will direct them l.y tolo- s.x months his wife has been living at i,h„„e. Thoy woiil<i ask for tlv .ooper- 148 West streot, Brooklyn, as tho wife;ation of village police forces in all crim- of a man named Ciallitly. ^ !„«, ^.^..^ ,,„np Dr. Coffey testifled that he was cm-, The plan olao calls for ton detectives ployed by the law Arm of Scu.idor & ,0 ho u.sod for the suppression of crlm.- Levy lo investigato Mrs. Hoch.staltor's „nd for the purixuce of ferreting out the evil doers when a crime is committoO. Thero nie many other details thiit will be itrescnled to show that tho jiluil is ))ractical. thur Jaquea of Lynbrook, Irving Cox of Mill Nock, and,Daniel Morri.son of Freeport. These commissioners serve without compen.sation. The secretary to the commLssion ia Jamos H. Dayton of Lynbrook and William H. DeMott la the chief insj.ector and the directing head of the fleld forces and the actual extermination work. The tour of inspection waa under the direction of Mr. DeMott and Mr. Day¬ ton, and they left nothing untold and nothing was left to ho .soon after they had shown what had been accomplished and what was expected to bo dono. Pleased With Resulta Mr. Cox, who is a state appointee and tor, who was in court, as the woinan he had found living at the West .str>el address as Mrs. Gallltly. Dr. Coffey tos- tifted also thot he serveil the papers in the action on Mrs. Hochstattor and gave her a subpoena to i)o In court yes¬ terday. Mrs. Hocb-statter made no dofonse, and Justice Sqhiers .said ho would srant Hochstattor a decree. ARRANGE TO PAY ROOSEVELT POLICE Commissioners Borrow Money and Will Be Reimbursed When Town Board Acts there were upwards of 500 cases of ma¬ larial fever reported yearly in Nas.sau County. Last year two ca.ses wonj rt- ported and it is definitely proven thnt the mosquitoes are the rftrriers of ma¬ laria. "That fact alone." said one of the In- as a rather recent acquisition to the|8pccting party today, "is sufficient rea commiaaion was frankly oat to learn I ^on for not only continuing the work of what is being done. He was mo.st en-j exterminating the mosquito hut for ox thusiastic over the results that Hiram ! tending the work in every direction." R. Smith, as the head of the' commi.s- sion, and his colleagues had attained , Roosovelt, April 21.—.\faJor .lohn J, / Dixon, Harvoy .J. Goorgi' and Henry C. I Albers, constituting the )»olice comml.s. I sion of tlie Tloosevoll: police district, ' hfivo mado urniiiKementa with lhe. ! First Nationiil Bank of Freeport lo ; borrow moni'y for tiie payment ponding I the receipt of the money from the town. ! It Is probable Ihat the Town Board I will soon issue certillcatos of indebled- j ness, ponding the collection of taxes, lis ia permitted hy a new law relating lo apecial police dl.strlcts, and will then j).'iy the amount ))orrowe<t by the com- ' mlasloners. ', The R(K)8evelt district has one rogu- in the effort to carry out what is looited on as one of the great health measures that the county has ever known. Mr. Cox is a man who docs things himself and he ia one of those who has a keep appreciation of real results that othera get. He waa unatinting in his praise of what the commission had done and being an enthusiaat in cami)aigns againat diaease-carrying fljes and mo¬ squitoes he waa quite prepared to ap¬ prove or condemn what he saw. He!' approved the whole campaign of mo- | Where the Peat ia Fought Tho mosquito breeds in the stagnant lar rwlicoman, Fred Holt of llcmpatpad, l)ools In thjB salt marshes, the pools in and there arc fourteen deputies who the upland meadows. In the coss|iools. can bo railed on In case of emergency. in the low ground in the backyards and i '¦¦ ' ' " in the water holding tin cans that aro POLICE GETTING TRAFFIC allowed to gather in the untidy door ; REGULATION OFFENDERS >-arri. The commissior^'a Held force digs I uoekviile Centre. Apiil 21.—J. C, dit.hes. 20 Imhea deep, 10 in.hea wide j ^,,f„„.„,,.,,p„ „f g^,^ Klovonth avenue. , and many milea long with spurs lun- ning off from both aidea, j'reateK a rir- hrooklyn. was summoned before I'ollc Instij'o Thorit Tuesilay nisrht by Her- marsh and the home of the mosquili „ ,und the mosquito larvae la destroyed. aqulto extermination for Naaaau Coun | ^.^^ ^^^^ ^^^ „„j^, ^^^ dire.tion of ty and expreaaed the hope that the, ^^^ ^^^.^^^^ ^j,^ ^^^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^, county would he a unit In commending; yrulutlon of salt water, drains-the Ha!t;^^.„„, Ni-fdlmni. Ho was accused of <letnolishlng the trafflc sitrn at tho intor- .sM-tlon of Merrick mad and Villago ave¬ nue Sunday night. Schoenlolw»n's cnr I struck the sign wlfti quch force as to thoae who were carrying out the work.! »^*"''' ^^^ """ '*""*'" """ """ '" ""¦'i »>4e«k it to pieces ami cast thom against thoae who we e car ing outJ^eworK ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^,j, ^^^^ „^^. '" I the gutter in front of St. Mark's Chu.Th, Works with State Department oea.,>ooia. ferret uut the untidy dm..-j when arraigned he explHinod tc .ludKo The commission worka with the ap-, yard and got people to help In thia way ^ .j.^j^,.,, ,^^, ^y^^ „,,„t ^^,^^ ^^j, „p„,„, proval of the State Health Department to exterminate the m.wqulto. They | ^,^ ^^^^ windshield of his car, and tho whhh de|>artment ipprovea the plans, carry on a campaign of work all tho,^,^,.^- „, ^^^^^^^ ^, another automobile and advlsea with the commission In re- year around ao that in Jhc "unimer | ,.^,„jj j„^^,.^ ^,^ „^^.j^ ^^ ,„,po,«,,,,^ lation to details. The pollclea of the! time instead of mllliona and millions of , j^^ ,,,^ ^^ ^^^ jj^^ ^^^ Judgq Thorp commission as laid down by Supervlaor! ..gga to be hatchwl into millions of wihg-1 ^^^pj^^ ^^^^ explanation" and dlsmiswd Smith and hia fellow commissioners la to ed moaqultoea the young Is deatroyed U^ ^.^^^piaint. Hcho«nl.-ben paid $35.50, get the moat that can be had for the and the breeding plaoea wiped out. Thel^^p ^^^^^ ^, replacing the tmlTIc post. money expended and to have only the adult mosquito, the old pappy moaqulto ; j^p^jj |»aveaka, of 1420 Avenue A, New best plans promulgated. /«nd hla mate, die in the winter. It la | y^yj^ (,j,y «.„„'„„„, „(, ,„,. «.xceeding The commlaalon feels that the resulta the young that take toll of your Ufe ,„^ ^p^^ ,„^„ „<• w.is s.im«n«l by Johnsen waa visiting In this jMri8dic-> have Justified thair earnest work and | j.iood. * offlocr Boyd, tlon when lie met with an accident. His *<hey point with pride to the fact that | FoBrteen Different lUnda «ergeani Klr< h* r summoned Aaron father and mother are almost alone i^ople who first comptalned that the ex,| xhere are fourteen different klnda of Hpreengen of Fr»)opoit for not having termination of moaqultoea waa a via-j ^y^ju,,jj^ j^„j j^ey crome at you in all , Itfchts on hia car. He was'fined l.'i. ionary project now complain that a ; jf^^y^j^^^ j,jf^^^nt ^^y, ^ence the work > * '¦ neighbors place Is free of moaqultoea | „, .^^ extermination commiwion and lt-( »'AHT HIPPKK AHOLIHnKD while they themselves have some—and „,^^ g^^ never done. Tha prlea of com- 1 <¦» imttnmtlMtmt Metre anr/lmt.l won't the commisalonfrs pleaae aendj^^^^j ,g eternal vigilance. Toat la the- B^rtln. April 21.-jTho "gallowa m<^r' their men to exterminate them? The; ^^^^ j^at Chief Inapector DeMott and i '^' '^^'" '»»'""»»"^'I '" »«Jw.ny aroording commisaioners do wherever it i.s ..os^. ^,^ ,^„y ^^,^. ^j^ tltchma. miles and *" » I>ros.len t*-legram received ^ ble. mile, of tbam. and k«»p them open with \ Z^*'1"''' '' 'r^*"'-" 'f^ °Z 'm^ * One man laughed the cOmmlasion toji^^,. ^^ ^^^r running off all the thne. .¦*""^'»**' of tot^ '"»'"•*" **"* ¦*~'' •corn Whan the mo.*inlto flght waa pro-^T,^, ditches ara dug with s special kind *?"'""*" "' """'"''"uJll" :<'"""'"' poeed. ^ Today, aaW ona of the com ! ... . ... t »-- w_ .-. 1 the custom, which haa been In forca . , .«f spade, a contrivance invented by Mr. , .u _ u j ^j ^ flUaelonera. people can live at that mana I j,^Mott, which ia the last wSd in in """ '"'"¦•' ". ". ''""*"**' »*""¦¦' '^ S«W witbout being eaten by mo-qult.^ai',„,o*^'i„^^t,^/- '". *" providing crbnlnala with a lu«uri«w Jand he ia honeat enough to approve'*,^ .^ ».«>« «,^ ^ ^, _„, ,*nnef on th^ nlghM^for, oxe. tdlon. whwra he ance sneered. jewio tba ao«»ty »n« M;M» ofcthega aro Before the flght began a«Mnat thei already onder control. It i« the ide« paats and beftw^e Mr. DeMoct aturteiiof the cemtQiiwton la prevent the mo to carry out tlw ideas ot Bupcrvlaor' ^ ' ¦• ' -, ^ . , Smith snd his fellow eottna^aPianmrn, (ContitUMMl on yi^i* tt. aKsmtuf/r tmro.t mat tMaUHla. Mast eeavenl^i. . M ra«alf«e a« wwHlaa. A ¦tanaaf tha* abaaM ke Li mmr aarmm. ttat > '~.'ii» m Mr
|Title||Daily Review of Nassau County 19210421|
|Title||Daily Review of Nassau County 19210421|
flhowora Tonight and Friday; noi muih chango Jn temrxtature; tn- VraaatAg amtth aad southviMt wlsda.
THE DAILY REVIEW
Of Nassau G>imty
THE DAat mtEH
«r tPttmana at Tmt Hmm <^
Itc Per Wfdk $$ P« Tew
Official Paper, ViBage ei Freeport
FREEPORT. N. Y., THURSDAY. APRIL 21 1921
Vd. XXIV. No. 50
JOYRIDERS MAKMYCAR GOHETOIMF
147 HUES AN HOOK
Product of Baidwia Cmapaay fa- UbBskes New Record—^Loab : j MeisterPiiat
Six Occopaats Wtrrawly Escape Mitrhpi Fwa. Aprii 21.—i^ouia M<>ia-
Deata Whea Big AntonBOblle! t|-, puot, drovo a Orenro purau^ plane TraTeDlBf At lfifk Speed, Tores h 47 mUen an hour in a ti>«t for the Orer in Henpstead-—Fire De- aviation branrh or the united state* partaient Called Ont To Prercat I Army yeaterday. The beat prevloun Machiae Banuae 1 np«>ed of thiR faat Uttle dying ahlp waa I
Hempatead. April 21.—Six paraona had a narrow ext^ape from death or In¬ jury here last night when a hig army Cadillat' touring rar turned over at the corner of Kulton aveilue and Franklin atreet about eleven o'clock.
It waa a car of Brig. Oeneral Hutche. aon who waa ntatloned at Governor's Inland and waa driven by hli^ chauftaur Corp. David J. Fitzgerald, motor trans- 'port Co. 618. . He had left the General Homewhere in New York early In the ev- , enlng, picked up two frienda, Frank Norton and William Oxford. In New York, and then pro<'eeded to Brooklyn |
where they picked up three young wo-1
man at the KInga County Hoapital. j^,^„ Q^^^^ HlSterical aad GeB-
The iwirty then atarted for a Joy ride. | , . . . i^^^^^ 0-lS I»
The girls In the iwrty were Edith Ball | ealOglCal dOOety OClMTe It lie, "Tomio" Millaat and Mary MoI.raugh j Sboold Be Dooe
lin, all employed at the hoapital. , ,¦
Ab thb car arrived In front of Hutche- Mineola. April 21.—The Naaaau Coun- Bon'a garage on FuUon avenue running: ty HIaforlcal Genealogical Society la ut :i high rate of apeed, Fitzgerald out for a meml>er8hip of 1,000 and it ia
140 mllea. ^
The plane, the product of the Ord¬ nance Engineering Company of Bald¬ win, haa attracted a great deal of at¬ tention becauae of the also and apaM,
and becauae the War Department haa | »*..., »„ TL J D 117 I
Juat purchaaed flfty of thfem to he uaad I WOTICt AttOraey tBarteS K. WeelU
HEMPSTEAD IIRE CMEF VISITS ROCKVILLE CENTRE
Rookville Centre, April Jl.—Fire Chief Poweis of Hempatead yiatted Rockville Cimtre laM night and inapected the ap- paratuH of the de(>artment. He waa ac¬ companied about the village hy Fire Chief Waterman.
Chief Powers waa impreaaed by the completenena of the equipment and flne flre company houHea. /
PIPELINE BOULEVARD BILLSIGNED
Mayor Hylan Approves Construction of Road Over Brooklyn Wa¬ ter Supply Right of Way
aa purault planea In the regular army aervice. The Orenco la equipped with Hlapano 300 h.p. motora.
PROPOSE TO MARK HISTORIC PLACES
aeemed to loae control of tht machine, threw on the brakea, awerved and turn-
planned t(^atart a campaign to arouae intereat in the many pthcea of historical
ed over. He waa unable to atop the Intereat which abound In thla country,
motfir, which became hot and Htarled flre to the oil.
I'olice Offlcer Ulcker. unable to get tb^ flre headquurtera on the telephone, turnod in an alarm cnlllng out the de¬ partment which put out the flre and righted the car. The i)arty and the car were taken to police headquartt^ra and .later the chauffeur and mtichlne were turned over to a llrat sergeant, D. A. McDanlel, who waa sent out from the Army Baiie In Brooklyn.
No one waa hurt ahd the car not bad¬ ly damaged although It waa necesaary to tow It to Brooklyn.
TWO HURT WHEN NEW AUTO TRIES TO CUMB TREE
Freei>nr|, April 21.—Two wei'c hurt Monday evening when an automobile craahed Into a tree ip an effort to get out of u rut in the road where it had been atuck.