KoMtPrn .NVw York.—Cloudy, mIiow- orn In the interior lat«» tonleht or Sunday; wiirniPr. utronR' muthprly winds.
THE DAILY REVIEW
Of Nassau County
THE DATLY review
at yew N*wti Stmiti or tVtivrrM at Tour llomn
lec Per Week $5 Per Year
Official Paper, ViUage of Freeport
FREEPORT, N. Y., SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1921
VoL XXIV, No. 22
$400,1)00 IS BID AT LONG BEACH FORECLOSURE
AU of Unsold Property Bid in for the Benefit of Bondholders— Sale Looked Upon as Indicative of Reorganization and Renewed Development of Shore Resort
Mineoin, .Manh I't-All of thf unsold property ut lx)nfc lirach w.oh .sold al foiPclOHUrc sale today af tho courthouse to .liitlMfy mortKnpeH iiixgrcpntinK »:)..100,000 or more. It wns bid in hy reprcsentatlve.s of two committees for the protection of the bondholders und for the purpose of reorsanlzatlon.
The total price bid was approximately 1100.000.
The two committees of bondholders are he;uled by IrviUK Hu.sch of 'New- York City and Krank Dailey of ITf. Heinsen street. Bieoklyn. It i.s .said Ihat Ihe purcha.se of this property l>y the bondholders' protective committi-e foretellH reorK-tnlzatlon and renewed ac¬ tivity in the development of (he prop, erty.
The action that brouplit about the sale was the Title Guarantee & Trust Company, as trustee's plaintiff a«:ainst the Kstafi's of l.onii lieach and others. The i>reHident of the Lonp lieach K.s- tatcs is William H. Reynolds. Arthur T. Hilton of .(iimaica appeared as jilaintlff's .'itloiney in the iiction. .unl Harry (i. Cloi no IntereM In thu property, exrept as Irustei'.
Map Showing Route of the Pipe Line Boulevard
" TSposraphical Bureau *
RIOCCWOOO RESERVOIR to SUFFOLK COUNTY Scafc : lincfl - imik
^r«>c*(nl,riatitled by the preat attendance at MadiHon Siiuare Garden last nlBlit, at the mectinK held In pro¬ test of the recent'"Rhine Honor" jfath- erinfr tliere.
Kully fifteen thousand |)ersons Jam¬ med them.selv(!.s into the bip bMildins:, while at least ten thoii.sand more took part in overflow meetlnps outside. All of thn .speakers emphasized "America First." (ien. John .1. I'orshinR- was the chief .speaker.
OfflciuKs of tho American LeKion .said similar mectinKs will be hcUl throughout the country.
Hempstead, March 19.—Members of the Carpenters and Joiners' Local, the union of men employed in the carpenter and allied trades, will meet on Monday night here to take dfeflnite action on the request of builders that the union men voluntarily cut their wages a dollar a day or six dollars weekly.
The request for the self-imposed cut came from the Long Lsland Building Employers' Association several weeks ago. The employers then asked that an answer be given before March 22.
M^WHINNEFS PIPE UNE BOULEVARD VICTORY NOT REISHED BY NASSAU CONSTflDENTS
TO CLEAR MISUNDERSTANDINGS CONCERNING FRANCE AND U. S.
Havre, France, March 1!).—"I hope tlmt my visit to the United States \fi\\ remove uny miNunderstnndinR.s between America and France that mny have been created by pro papa ndiSts who have been chnrKins France with militarism."
This declaration was made here today hy former I'romler Reno Vlvlanl, who will .sail for New York tonisht.
M. Vlvlanl save no Indication that he would dIsciis.H either the Loapruo of Na¬ tions or the French war debt.
I have replied to A. O. R. nrcy\*acs, endlns & stAte of wav that had existed for a y«cr, wis th* third trt- umph of tho RuMteO floTlM i|ovont' re«at MthiB AI tvMk. 4 Um •arllwr tba (ov*nuneat Swd
oeMdod In putting 4own the aatl- Ik uprisfnc at KrAnsladt, and
aljout the same time a commercial agreement was signed with Oreat Britain.
The Ru.<<.sians. according to the treaty terms, will pay Poland 30,000,000 gold rubles ($15,000,000). Soviet Ru.s8la has one year In which' to pay this .sum.
The hall was decorated with flags, and there were .several pictures of former Riinaian Czars upon the wallu.
Dr. Joffe. head of the Ru.ssian delega¬ tion, and .M. Domskl. head of the Polish deleftatlon. were conapicuou.'* flgures.
"The Soviet government at Moscow is ffetttne strongrer every day," said Dr. Jofle. "That is evident from the public developments. They are open for the whole world to aec."
After the sicnatures had be«iu. put upon the docunacnt Dr. JoSe and Mi Domsid t;^ehcd aofosn the . tivble ^oBd cordially shook hands.
RED CROSS FEEDING 12,500.FUGITIVES
London. March l!t—Twelve thousand five himdred Ifu.ssian refug(Hs have ar¬ rived in Finland from Kron.stadt .since the ,'collap.se ot the anti-lJolshevik re¬ volt in the Kronstadt.I'etrograd district, .saiil u Central News dls|)atch from Hel- singfors today.
The refugees ure hou.sed in concentr:i- tion camps, and ure being fed by the .\nierican Red Cro.ss.
CUPID'S WAYS TOOMUCHFOR CRP FORCE
following t)^ Story of Death Threats and Assault, Letters and Lovers' Handwriting are Compared^ - Then District At¬ torney's Office Passes Up Roose¬ velt Mystery Case
MAYOR USES AIRPUNES TO PROMOTE HIS CAMPAIGN
(H.v Intrrnallonul NrwH Srrvire.)
Fort Worth. Tex.. .March 1«.- Knter airplanes into politU^s.
With election day set for April 5, W. 1>. Oavis, seeking re-«!lection as Mayor of Fort Worth, lias "blrdmen" cumi)aigning for him from the air, probably the flr.st time in history that such a feat has been worked.
Two airplanes will drop campaign literature over thia city each day from now until the clo.se of the campaign. Mayor Davis declares. The Davisonlan idea has created considerable interest in the warmest municipal election in the history of this city.
"The buzzing of airplane motors," says Davis, "characterizes the hmm of my administration. The idea keeps the public alive to the fact that I'm running about us fast as the alrplanos."
RKCEIVEI) BY PREMIER
(B» Intrmalioaal »wh Scrrlc*.) Auckland. New Zealand. March 19.— W. D. Boyce. Chicago iiubllsher. who stopped here recently on his trip around the world, was received by the Right Hon. W. 1>, Massey. Prime Minister ol New Zealand and a member of the Peace Conference at Paris.
The Premier comjMired thf democracy of New Zealand with thnt of the Dnited States and said:
"Free voice, free aid. free counsel. A free throne by free nven circled, each representing each. A realm self-center¬ ed, yet with arms to reach where earth's oppresHol ones groan."
Ftcw tlw nas Friday?
Kreeport. March IP.—Did you see the village flaf flying yesterday? The Daily Ravlew scribe takes credit for calling the attention o fthe pollee to the fart tlM^t the flac wma not up. Ueut., Bill MarrlU promptly called upon the wfUtsf sanrices of Motorcycle Policeman John 4Iahii. and soon-CUd Olory w«:< wavlnf at th«' top of the Liberty pole.
Mineiila, March I'J. The way man with a maid" has puzzled m.iny folk thinks Charles Hansen (.f lln- Dis- tilct -Attorney's office and County De¬ tective Ferdinand Miller. They are sine that Theodore .Smith's way with his sweetheart is another of the many riueer things of the lovolorn.
Mr, Smith, siiid to have been engaged lo .Miss Katheriiw Hr.md. of Lakevlcw avenue, Uoosevilt. produced four let¬ ters which he said had Imun sent him by someone unknown to him. They threatened him with death if he did nol keep away from .Miss Brand. He con¬ tinued to call and then Smith says he was beaten senseless and thrown on the porch of the girl's home to recover as iM'st he might.
District Attorney Weeks, told of the death threat, took .in interest in the case. Mr. Smith nnd Miss Ri-and were both brought here yesteriJiiy for ques¬ tioning.
Incidentally Smith was asked to write something similar to thut contained in the letter. The investigators »iy that there Is no doubt as to the author ot the letters after seing the two pieces of writing.
"Pity is akin to love. " says Mr. Han¬ sen, "or at lea.st they tell me It is and Smith may have felt himself .slipping and wantcM to create sympathy for himself. Anyway T guess we're out of It."
Detectli'e Miller guessed the case was closed also.
LEGION MEN WANT CEMETERY PLOT
Will Ask Nassau Supervisors To
Set Aside Ground That May
Be Used For ExService Men
Rockville Centre. M.-uch 19.—The Nas¬ sau Supervlsois will be asked to set a.side a plot in Oreenfield cemetery as a hin-ini place for former service men.
A petition is to l>e circulated, accord¬ ing to an announcement at the Amer¬ ican Legion smoker la.st night, and every effort will be made to avoid the necessity of a duplication of the recent ca.Mc. when the Io<'ul organization had to obtain permis.sion from the G.A.R. to bury a formei service man.who died in this village.
Highway Project Becomes Law Despite Public Protest by Supervisors at Albany—Saddles Heavy Cost on County and Exempts City from Taxation Along Route in Nassau
Mineola, March 19.—The bill providing for the con.struction of certain hijrhway.s in Nassau County has passeci both houses of the Lefii.siatiire ani ha.s'become a law by fhe Hjfna'ture oi' Gov¬ ernor Miller.
It is the bill proviiiing for the construction of a new .state highway along the line of the ol(i Brooklyn pipe line which comes into Nassau County on the South Si(ie and follows an almost straight cour.se from Amityville to Seaford, to Wantagh, to Bell¬ more, Freeport, Rockville Centre and adjoining villages.
The west end of the highway will be in Brooklyn, extending throug'h to Nassau County.
Tba <1*Mn. ^ at^nilby that •tinuld be l< ovriv home. ilet • bMII* at mur driac auii*.—Adv.
HEAVY CASUALTIES IN IRISH BAHLE
London. .March 1!».—Heavy casu.ilties marked a battle between Sinn Feiners and crown forces near Dimgarvan. Ire- lanil, according to a central news dls- l)ulch from Diililln toda.v. The dispatch nave no further details.
CHICKEN COOP SERVES AS
DOVECOTE FOR ELOPERS
lieiiver. Col.. .March Ifl.—"Love in a chicken coo\)," substlt/uted for the better known cupUl brand of "love in a cot¬ tage." proved disastrous here lor William Itohl and his schoolgirl sweet¬ heart. Helen Kennedy. Uoth ale six¬ teen.
The couple eloped from their Denver homes without suying a word to theii- parents. Police, after a nt'.rht-loi)g search, found them cooking breakfast over u campflre in the chicken yard. Helen hnd fixed pretty curtains for the chicken hou.s*' windows, while Williajn had built necessary furniture from cast- off lumber.
The youngsters had Ignored the mere process of getting married or of figuring out nn income for the future.
"We love each other." said William as police parted them. "We would hav« gotten along somehow. When you are in love yfni don't need money neces sailly to get along."
This from the deep wisdom of hia sivteen years.
The iDsl of this greal liiuilevard. as proi)osed. will be about $1,000.00(1. (it this sum .N'as.siiu County will I»- aslod lo pay about SL.IOO it Is suid.
The law i)rovides that State Higliw'iy Commissioner Slsson may say whciier it shall be contiinied on Into .\:issa\i County, or whether the county roads already designati'd for Improv-tneiii and selected by the .lUthorltles of .N';is sail Counl.v and Its peopli- .shall be llii- roads improved.
Tf the pipe line boulevard Is conliiui- ed into N.issau on Ihe s;'y ^o of I'n; Stale Highway Commissioner then no other ro;id.s can be built In tiiis county with state highway funds 'or thit. year.
This also me.ins thjit whatever plans then- are or have been fur improvMni nl of Ihe Lakeview uvenue-iv'amaii ave- nue routes must be abundonrd and peo-
206 ALIENS ASKING FOR CITIZENSHIP
Greatest Number That Ever Ap¬ plied at One Time in Mauau County WiU be Presented to Court on May 6—Many Barred During World War, Now Privi¬ leged to Show Their Fitness
Mineola. March 19.—With .lustlce Manning presiding there will be on May 6 the .largest number of citizens the county has ever known to be examin¬ ed in Naturalization Court, says Court OfH<'er .loseph Ring, who Is preixiring the li. clf exainin:itioii.
FLAGS AT FREEPORT TOLD OF RESPEa FOR DEAD BROUGHT FROM OVERSEAS
l''no|,ys who might hiive become I.egloniinires but a await¬ ed their loved ones nil I'ici 4 at Hoboken.
WILUAM S. PETTIT LIKES CHANGE TO DAILY EDITION
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SEPARATE PEACE WITH GERMANf WAY OUT OF TREATY TANGLE
IN PICXrKK PL\Y8
l.,ondon. Murch 1!>.—The medical of¬ ficer of Nfttlngha.m created a sensation at th»> annual i-ttiema trade dinner by declaring that there wus tf>o much Im¬ morality and indecency In picture plays.
"It, does not iiay in England." said the doctor. 'The constclence of the couTitry is better than Its londuct- and that Is why the Knglish people are called hypolle colleacuea on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee- He has. nevertheless, - dlscusaed (he |iitH*tion senatally and infermallr with **varal MMtors. and those with whom he i>as talked hare come away from the
White Hou.sc convinced that Harding will n,.VPi. i,-.f(nbmit the tr«taty, «-lther wilh the covenant or wilhoiii it, m- wilh oi without .\rlicle .\,
It is geneiall.N biljived in Wa>.liin«lon •hilt .M. VIviani i.s coming lo the I'nlleil .¦itales lo sMHftest lo President HardiiiK that the Srnate take the treaty ami rut if y it with aii.\ changes II sei-s (It, but ratify it in some way oi other, so as to preserve ,in outward s».'niblaiice al buist of the wartime .solidarity of tin- grreal powers
If M. Vlvlanl does make sonii- eon trete piopofvnis along thes'- lines, n. is the belief of ••» number nf influential Re- putllcun Senators Ihat tliey will be turned down al thi- White Hou/ie.
The status of the Knox resolution, de¬ claring an end to the state of war with Germany Is un.Hetlled. If will not be Introduced, however, until tliere is .some clariflcntion of the Rhine situation. ¦ While present indications make a separiite peate appear not ifnlikely, (here is no desire on the jiart of either the White House or the Senate fo pro. vide for Cermany any moral support by widening the Franronrltlsh-Ameri- can breach when ttiltitary maneuvers are again In progress.
The Knox resolution for the present has Nsen pigeon-holed. It may be pull*»ii«