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Portsmouth Herald (Newspaper) - October 27, 1931, Portsmouth, New Hampshire BEAUTIFUL NEW HAMPSHIRE Hampshire more beautiful. In every section of the state gorgeou. foliage form, a riot of color that defies the most talented artUt imitate.' The touriet season in New Portsmouth VkCOn L L SUmmer alone- II "a year round pleasure. The spring and summer are beautiful, While this time ofLthe year the beauty of .this state must be seen to be fully realized. From shire are PV .the White Mountains to the northernmost tip of the state the are in royal splendor, turning the countryside into a veritable fairyland. The sparkling lakes of New Hamp- erv is nev j x U8ual> bordered as they are with foliage of almost indescribable beauty with the colorings of the leaves. ranging from deep brown to the brightest of scarlet. New Hampshire scen- from mfar tour can. It age or amiosi muocnvaviv oemiy wiui uio ui mo rouging rrom aeejj.uiuvrii LU "io state year after year. Have you seen all that your state hag to offw? If not take advantage of the opportunity now or as soon as you possibly KNOW AND ENJOY- YOUR OWN STATE THE WEATHER WHshinnlon, Oct. For Itov Hampshire: Increasing cloudi- ness followed by showers lace to- niyhl or Wednesday. Nob much change in temperature. IUN and TIDE AND TIMES Sun Rises.......................S. 10 Sun Sets......................4.45 High Tide ....11.24 a m, 11.51 p m Moon Rises ..___1........5.03 p m Light Auto Lamps at......5.15 p ni VOL. XXXXVII. NO. 29. PORTSMOUTH, N. H.; TUESDAY, iOCTOBER 27, 1931. PorUmouth Dally Republican Merjed PRICE TWO CENTS I With TUB HERALD. July 1, J.902 Tf V M. j VISIT NAVY 5S" ALLEGED MACDONALD BATTLES FOR SEAT AS VICTORY LOOMS RS FOR COURT To Exeter Fol At London Foi'.i" alleged hi-jnckers. one btic IS o'cl and nil residents o" Man- chester, wore turned over to Rocking- hiim County authorities yesterday by Mdi'.t-hcuer authorities. According to information given out by rue police, ihe quartet '-double- crossed" John Wudyka. self-confessed Cl-.icopce. Mass.. bootlegger, by order- in.; a ioael oi liquor from him and then holcimp: him up on a lonely road of this city and taking the 11- from him a; gun point. Wudykct. amliorkies say, promptly called Manchester Police Headquarters and reported the theft. As the result or subsequent sleuthing by Sergt. Wal- ter D. Giiiney and Inspectors Walter 0. Suosso and Romeo A. Harbour of the police liquor squad all four were run down. They included the 16-year-old boy and Walter Johnson, 18, of 283 Lowell St.; Prank Jean, 30, of 30 Marlon St.. and Zissis Carozl of 219 Cedar St. Wudyka was also arrested. The Manchester officers not only arrested the alleged hi-jackers, but se- cured the 50 gallons of alcohol allog- j edly stolen, from Wudyka, and they had the pistol which is said to have i been used in the holdup. Sheriff Ceylon Spinney and Rock- ir.gham County deputies took tha four men and Wudyka and the 50 gallons oE contraband to Exeter, where the men were held for indictment by the Grand Jury. TROUBLE IN Sheds Burned In Vill- age Of Plssouri Rioters At- tack British Troops BIG THRONG FIND: MUCH OF INTERS AT_______ Attractive Exhibits And Pro- gram Of instructive And In- teresting Activities Please Visitors Ramsay MacDonald, British prims minister, shown here in various fighting poses, is having difficulty carrying the mining district which he represents in parliament, but tho National government, which ha leads, 'is considered certain of Laboritoa and Liberals say' MacDonald been "trapped" by Conservatives into putting over Tory policies under guise of a national emergency and a "national" government which is largely Conservative. The Tories favor u tariff. FREIGHTER SINKS IN EAST RIVER The "City of Stamford" Was BuiSt At Kennebunkpori In 1907 'By Associated Press) ..London, Eug., Oct. governor of Cyprus reported to the Colonial Of- fice today that nev; disorders had brok- en out in the village of Pissouri, where the Customs sheds were burned, tn another village rioters attacked a de- laci-.menc of British but were beaten off after several of their num- ber had .been wounded. The soldiers are breaking up numerous Communist meetings, but in most of tne is'ands the situation is distinctly easier, the governor said. Since the trouble began la week four civilians have been killed and 31 wojnded. Thirty-five soldiers and police have been wounded. (By Associated Press) New York, Oct. 140-foot i Sound freighter "City of Stamford'" collided with a scow off Welfare Island STOCK MARKET PRICES OFF (By Associated Press) New York, Oct. Street's attention, returned to domestic aSairs today and further consideration of the status of corporate earnings and divi- dends sent share values into anothei slow decline, Illinois Central's dividend j omission while expected had an ad- j verse influence on Illinois Central dropped to a new low under 120, off about five points, and Santa ;Fe and Union Pacific registered ,lar losses. Miscellaneous issues off 2'to J4 points included New York Central, :New Haver., Baltimore Ohio, Cfcese- which said the freighter had a large jpeake Ohio. Allied Chemical, Ameri- tue lean Telephone. North American, 'Service of New Jersey, Sears Roebuck, 3f' American Tobacco B., Internationa! Harvester, Eastman and McKeesport. hoie in her hull. The crew of sinking craft was taken oft in tugs and a launch. The "City Stamford" quickly settled, but ;wo this morning and sank in' the at that point is shallow and it U, S. Steel, General Motors, Standard River The c-ew of 24 men was taken rested on the bottom with the upper of New Jersey and California Anaeon- o'f the sinking freighter by river oraf.t part of the boat showing. It was be- Ida and Kennicot were among issues oif CHECK ATTEMPT TO DYNAMITE THEATRE There were no passengers. The "City of Stamford" is a wooden freight steamboat. 420 tons register, and was built in'1907 at Kennebunkport, Ms. lit was s.mk off 92nd street and the i freighter wlent down on the east side 'of Wefare Island. When the freighter collided with the barge and began to sink distress sig- nals were sounded. First to reach the (By Associated Press) Bost-on, Oct'. attempt; to blow up a motion picture theatre in ths Dorchester section of the city was frus- trated today by police officers, who found" three sticks of dynamite luse ready for dctona.tioii lying' against the building. Two men, challenged by officers as they crouched in sin al- ley a: the rear of the theatre anches- in an automobile. were removed from ths dynamite And the explosive was taken to police' head- quarters. Neither the owners nor the occupants of'the. '.building. which houses a furniture store as well as the theatre could be located and police were unable to offer any explanation for the attempted 'dynamiting. CHICKS GET NEW INFIELD Memphis, Tenn." The Memphis Chicks wil hava a brand new infield to play on next year. The infield to being resodded. The chicks "haven't had a 'new infield in eight years. teved salvage woud be a simple matter. ;a pome or more. Officials of, the Thames River Lines, I Inc., which operates the freighter, said that the boat was about to dock in New York with a mixed cargo from Connecticut when the collision oc- I WOMEN'S CITY CLUB A Hallowe'en party will be given at scene was a city fireboat, the crew of place. I curred. Officials of the line said they 1'he Women's City club Thursday eve- understood that the scow, laden "ing at eight o'clock. Mrs. Vida Randall a cargo of rocks, was being swung '.will be chairma around'by a tug when the crash is expected. '.will be chairman, and an evening of MARRIAGE IS ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs, Robert J. Eustace, for- merly of this city, announce the mar- riage" of their daughter, Edna Roberta to Percy Alfred Helton. The ceremony occurred on Saturday, Oct, 24. at the Actors Chapel in New York City. SALVATION ARMY Major Charles Traw, the Divisional Officer of Northern New England, and Mrs. Katherine McCollum, president, 'and members of the executive boord :jof the Women's City club enjoyed lie-, The observance of Navy Day brought to the Portsmouth navy .yard today s> throng of visitors, from all parts of New Hampshire a.nd Maine and many from Massachusetts, and all found much to interest them in their inspection of tha big government reservation and in the 'varied program of activities provided. The program was highly instructive as well as en- tertaining and afforded a real oppor- tunity to view the workings of this big: plant. Throughout the day from the time tha gates opened for visitors at 10- o'clock this morning, the people poured into the yard and the majority of them spent considerable time in looking over the points of interest, many remaining throughout the day. All were heartily welcomed and ev- ery officer and enlisted man and the civilian attaches from Rear Admiral W. C. Watts, TJ3N, the' commandant, down, saw to It that all wore mads to feel that they were welcome and that every visitor was giver, an opportunity to see everything possible of interest throughout the reservation. Guides were stationed at all of the various buildings and shops to escort the visitors a.nd explain matters of I interest. Among the chief attractions I were the big work shops, the hospital and the Peace Conference Building-. At the peace building there was a steady stream of visitors all anxious to see where the trea'.y of peace be- tween Japan and Russia was signed in 1905. In this building were al.so seen relics of the USS Maine which a j the Marine Barracks. Moving pictures on naval topics 1 were shown continuously in the Audi-, torium from 2 until 5 o'clock. For those interested in athletics there was a football game this after- noon between the Marine team and tha i'rtohman B team from the Uni- versity of New Hampshire. As last year one of tha features that drew a large number was the presence In the enclosure near the Marine Barracks of the grand old horse. Old Tom. Old Tom is 39 years old and Is now on the retired list. He served in Cuba with the Marine Corps in 1898. On ths second floor of the electrical shop there was an exhibit of various electrical appliances from the complicated switch boards in use on the submarines to the simplest fuse. This exhibit included various types of light sockets and shades, all manufac- tured at the local yard, switches, fuses, lanterns and hundreds of other large and small parts which go into making of the more complex units. This exhibit is one of the most com- plete exhibits of its kind ever assembled in this country. In fact, it has been judged so good tliat a request for a similar exhibit or one like it has been made for use at the coining Chicago j World's Fair. A trip to the submarine sheds to see the U. S. S. Dolphin on the ways, the keel of the U. S. S. Cachelot and Uie ice lighter, for use with the fleet iibiagc. wns worth while. Here and dock, where the recently b'.own up in Havana Harbor on Feb.. 15, 1898. Many favorable comments were heard on the general excellence of the equipment at the naval hospi-. launched airplane crane carrier is moored, one could see examples of expert welding which is turned out at the Portsmouth Navy Yard. Captain tal and the evident fine care that the I Louis K. Shane, yard manager, staled patients are receiving. Much interest .was taken in the work on the submarine Dolphin now on the building ways and ihe details concerning this type of giant undersea fighting craft were explained. There was also an exhibition of old guns and cannon balls' guns cap- ered during the Spanish American that experts after inspecting the type of welding donie .here, have said that in no other industrial plant any- where in the country is the quality of the work duplicated. Mayor F. W. Hartford during ibe morning paid a visit to the yard arid called upon the officers making a tour of points of interest with Capt. David. War, Civil War spar torpedoes Boydj of the yard. Capt. Hiimmv mines, rcikes a.nr1 enrlasses. rj- ot__.- ___i dummy mines, pikes and cutlasses. A periscope such as is installed in a modern submarine was mounted near the building ways' so that visitors might view the surroundings as seen from a submarine. Breathing appara- tus, a water-tight door and frame and Ensign J, F. Dockendorf, cashier of iciprocity Day Saturday with the New- various submarine devices were exhi- Portland, Maine, will' do the regular .market Women's club. Rev. Mr. Ol- Inspection of the corps for the la-st six sen of Kittery gave a fine address on months. They will also conduct the American Womanhood" and Mr. service in the Hall on State street to- Goldsmith oi- Chester entertained with night to -which all are Invited. "Both [vocal music. are good speakers and also good musi- i _ HAVEN P. T. A. NOTICE There will be a meeting of the bited, and there were many interesting examples of electric welding in tha shops and at the building ways. At 11 o'clock thig morning- there was an interesting fire drill and at 2 o'clock a Coast Guard exhibition life saving drill. These were followed be- tween 3 and 4 o'clock by exhibitions It is expected that many people! of deep sea diving near the dry dock, from Dover and other surrounding! One of the high lights in the after- towns and cities will be present at the noon's program was an. exhibition of smoker to be given tomorrow night by i photographs and u lecture on the TO HOLD SMOKEH Haven Parent-Teacher Association this JAlpha-Council Royal Arcanum. An in-j Managua earthquake by Lieut. M. evening at 7.30 o'clock. iteresting program has been planned. I Watchman, USMC, This _was held at Louis K. Shane, yard manager, and Comdr. George N. Barker, aide to the commandant. Under the guidance of Capt. Shane, he visited the electrical shop, where there Is a remarkable ex- hibition of electrical work under the supervision of M. A. Barrett, The following were chairmen of Hie sub committees appointed for the plan- ning and execution, of the events scheduled in the Navy Day program: Rear Admiral W. C. Watts, U. 3. N, commandant. Capt. David F. Boyd, captain of the yard. Printing, Lt. Col. J. A, Rossell. Hospital, Capt. R. E. Hoyt. First Aide and Rest Stations, Capt. G. F. Freeman. Band Concert, Comdr. G. N, Barker. (Continued on Page Four.;
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