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Mitchel Field. April ».—Flv« plan»>« In flight forraatlon If ft l^cre yeirterday attmmoon. Bwept ov«r Xew Yorlt City. where th^y »<»rvenln(r of th»> free milk BtatlonB uponBoired by Mm. Hylpn. Wife of thn mayor. * '
The flve planefi from i the po«»t here were piloted hy Captain H. M; Hmith. I.leut. E. H. Barlcsdale. Lieut. H. D. Norrin, Lieut. F, H. .Tohnnon and UtuU A. K. Simonin.
All of them made perfect fliBhts and havinK furnishod the exbihitton above the heads of paraderji in, the utreets returned to the flying fleld.
With the- aero totirnament and "fly¬ ing cirrus" hut two day.i distant the pout here is a himy place Rlnce ull of the forrt-H nre being used to make the big exhibition far exceed anything like It tver before attempted.
Practice jumps from planes are be¬ ing niade dally. Wednesday Major Teft made his flrst jump from a plane e.fiOO feet from the ground. He land¬ ed safely hut because of the wind and the fact that he did not relexise him-
CAN UVE THOUGH CROWBAR K DRIVEN THROUGH SKULL
IntertMtfonai News a«rrlr«i)
MAYOR LUNN TO SPEAKATFREEPORT
Boriton. April SB.—Thc fact that a crowbar waa driven through a irmn'n Mku|k here without causing death flted recently by Dr. L. Vernon Brlggs, eminent- allenlM. commenting on the rnnoval of a bullet from the brain of a prisoner at Hlng Sing in nn eflTort to cure him of suicidal mania.
Years later, just before he died, the man Wilted hl« head to thn Harvard JWedicHl Hchoeing struck hy another man wltn o sledge hannmer. The man moved until his chin was di rectly over the top of the Iter. No< noticing the Thange In position of hl«^ fellowworker the man with the ham m»r struck him a smashing blow on the.head, driving the bar upward from the chin through the head and out of the top ot the skull. I)r. Warren, the eminent surgeon, performed an opera¬ tion, removing the bar and Inserting u sliver plate at the point in the skull where the crowbar emerged. The man lived many yeai-s.
The skull now reposes at Warren Museum with an iron' bar runninK through it to Illustrate to student* just how the accident occurred.
Hr. Hrlggs, Dr. George M. Kline
self from the parachute he. wus drag- ^g,,^, „, ^^^. j^f.,,^ Department of Men ged a conslderubl^, distance along the ,^, p,„,.g„e^ ,,n^, (^nj. Health (-ommi
E.MEROENCY TARIFF BILL
Washington, April 28.—The amended Kmergency Tariff Bill was ordered fav¬ orably reported to the Senate today by ¦ the Senate Finance Committee.
The committee Is to meet in execu live 8es.>ilon on Friday to pa8.i upon tlu' written report to accompany the bill, and. according to the plan of its Itepuh so that several men M'*^"" membersi the bill will be formall> reported to the Senate nn Tuesday next
The Knox amendment to protec: American dye.stufr.s is to be incorporated in the anil-dumping provi.sion of the liill.
ground and suffered cuts, brul.ses and laceration.-i about his hands and knees.
The rehearsal for the' "work to be ahown by the ambulance ship, the wrecked airplane and the motor ambu¬ lance, all of which will be on exhibl- tion Sunday, was hud yesterday also. It shows just how aid Is given the aviator once he and his ship are down.
The silken parachute used In the JuniiM were demonstrated to a group of newspaper men and the rather stiff breew! that blew at the time gave a very good Idea of how safely tliey curry the man who jumps from the plane to the ground. With the breeze that blew yesterday, the "chute" ojien ed and pulled were carried along the ground.
By tomorrow all the arrangements will be completed for the exhibition Sunday. The exhibition of planes, plane parts and equipment for war¬ fare will open at 10:30 o'clock and continue all day while the flying ex¬ hibition will start at 2 o'clock.
The following is the program: Aero Exhibits
All avallabip types of airplanes.
Airplane motors und .«»pare parts.
Airplane repair of wings.
All types machine guns and bonilis.
All types lit radio e(|ulpment.
Parachute exhibit. . . 4
Exhibition of aerial photographs, cameras, etc.
Aviation medical research exhibi¬ tion and aviation trucks and search¬ lights.
Single parachute jump from 12,000 feet.
Forty-five mile airiilane race. Art^co liguinst Fokker and de Havlland.
Triple iiurachute jump from one pliine.
LlW bomb dropping.
Hospital ambulance olrplane in ac¬ tion and simultaneous forraatlon par¬ achute jump of ftve men from flve planes.
To those who hold lucky numbers, there will he free airplane rides given, although anyone getting a lucky num¬ ber may iiass it along to someone el.se if the ride Is not alluring. ,4jThe moije.v realized la for the lx>ne- llt of the post athletic fund.
sioner Woodward, oil suld that onl.\ time can tell whether the Sing Hint lirlsoner will be cured of epilepsy and .Mulciilal mania by the removal of tht bullet. *
f>e on hand thla week. rtUn or shine.
In the event of rain the ceremonies are v> bo IM-M in tbei Freeport Audi¬ torium.
Mayor Lunn is a forceftU speaker.
; ! He is In full posnisaion of farts con-
WS Make AddrCtt at Mcnorial ccmlng the war as a result of his
trary Cereinoiiie»—Resi- 1 *""''' «" '^o ^iiitary Affairs commit
J » T IV 1 CI tee and will be able to tell of many
dents To Display Flags
points of interest.
Tta* «sremaay of breaking ground will he al speaker at the ground break¬ ing ceremony of thp Freeport Memo-;
ftROKCiE R. LI'N'N
Mayor of Schenectady, Who Will Npeali
in Freeport Tomorrow.
•ial Library tomorrow al 3 o'cloik. Should It rain the crowd will adjourn j to the auditorium where the spc«cheH ( will be delivered. i
During the world war Mayoi- IjU)\n j was a m<'mber of the Military Affairs . Committee of Congress. He has he.-n ] .nayor of Schenectady for four terms. ;^e made the journey last Saturd:iy j when the event was called off and ipim his arrival stated that lie vvoiiM
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The Early Bird Gets (Rid Of) The Germ
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to be a rousing semi-off for fhe beAuti-| ful memorial that Freeport Is e»-j deavorirc ft hitiki fn^ »h«> sisit ft«f. daughters who hav* been In senriee. 1 Residents arf requested to display | flags. I
WEAR THE POPPY MEMORIAL DAY
You have been thinkinsr for the past few weeks of ordering screens for your windows and porches. It is now time to act. A week of warm weather will bring the flies and mosquitoes.
We make and install screens to fit your windows and porches. There are points of difference in our screens, to which we would U\ie to call your attention. FRAMES are made of one and one-eighth inch white pine with mortised and tenoned comers. The joints are glued and further secured with lock pins. Wire is attached to the frame without the use of tacks, using a special style of material which we manufac¬ ture ourselves. We give the frames two coats of paint before putting on the wire so that no part of the frame is unprotected. Fbr installing porch screens we use a special molding of our own manufacture between each S frame, which effectually seals each connection. We 4> use sheradized invisible top hangers on window ? screens and for your convenience put a number tack f on each screen frame and a duplicate number on each ^ window frame.
\ Having the facilities of a complete woodworking
f plant, we are able to make quality screens in such t quantity as to insure prompt attention to your order. ? Let us estimate on your work now. We also make
4 and install porch enclosures and metal weather strips.
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By being too economical—think of the cost of doing without. The older the stove the more it wastes, not only in food and patience but in fuel Saving a few pounds of coal each day means hundreds of pounds in a year. A Modern Glenwood gives wonderful results with the smallest amount of fuel. Get one and start saving now.
OPENING DATE FOR BOUTS AT MITCHEL FIELD MAY 11
Freeport. April 2».—C. Herbert Kerr of the Freeport Auditorium, who is to stage summer bouts at Mitchel Fleld open olr arena, will not start on May 4, but on Wednesday evening, May 11. According to the contract, If the bad weather prevents a bout, it will be held on the flrst fair night after the sched¬ uled date.
An excellent card will be arranged for the opening date.
LAST lONA DANCE
Lynbrook, April 29.—The seventh and last dnnce of the series of the lona r. S. Club of Sprlngfleld Oar- dens will be held Saturday evening, May 21, at Tally-IIo Hall, Horton ave¬ nue. Valley Stream, trolley stop 146. This dance will be a prise one-step con¬ test and a good time is promised. Mu¬ sic will be furnished by Harry Ar- rtngton's colored .jazz band from Jamaica.
Tea roses derived their name from their odor, which resembles that of tea.
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