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M|SS EARN ART FORCED DOWN AT SEA THE WEATHER Washington, July 3—Forecast for New Hampshire: Fair tonight and Sunday. Sunday. Showers Sunday night or Monday. Monday. Slightly cooler on the coast Sunday. Sunday. PORTSMOUTH HERALD SUN AND TIDE AND TIMES Sun Rise* 5 ij Sun Seta $.34 High Tld» 7.05 « m. 7JJS p m Light Automobile Lamps at 8.34 p n VOL. LII. NO. 237. PORTSMOUTH, N. H., SATURDAY, JULY 3,1937 rottsmoatb Dall* Republican with THC HERALD, July 1, INS. PRICE TWO CENTS GEORGE WASHINGTON >>?~i! •!:!•;' ' : *i'<3\ ^ n Nev* York following non-ttop ?:l'. is*f|:i- : :$::. flight from Mexico City. ""Amelia Earhart Putnam acrou Atlantic ocean. Amelia with husband, George Putnam. BELIEVE PEACEFUL SETTLEMENT NEAR Japanese Ambassador At Moscow Moscow AMELIA EARHART FEARED LOST IN PACIFIC OCEAN Plane Forced Down When Fuel Gives Out — Believe Aviatrix Overshot Tiny Howland Island In Flight From New Guinea Moscow. July 3—Mamoru Shigtf tnitsu, Japanese ambassador, an flounced last night he had reached a-i agreement with tha Soviet government government which • promised an early peaceful settlement of the Russo- Japanese conflict on the Amur river H3 asserted that Foreign Commissar Commissar Maxim Litvinoff had promisee him that Soviet troops would be evacuated from two disputed islands and more than 20 Soviet gunboats In that vicinity would be withdrawn The two conferred for half an hour shortly before midnight. If this promise is fulfilled, the Japanese Japanese envoy asserted, Japan will consider the incident closed satisfactorily. satisfactorily. He aded, however, "it remains remains to be seen whether the order ALL KINDS FIREWORKS at Kittery Electrical Co. Kittery, Me. STOP I LISTEN! 1 Don't throw your old shoes away ] * We make them look like new. Come To Progressive Shoe Repair Shop _ 163 Islington St., City Best Leather, Reasonable Price Give us a trial! (for evacuation) will be carried out." Settlement along the lines indicated by Shigemitus would end four days of tension arising from disputes over possession of the islands of Sennefu and Bolshoi, la the Amur about 75 miles southeast of Blagovestchensk. Disagreement between Russia and Japan—and lier protectorate, Man— choukuo—over the islands and location location of the boundary along the Amur led to armed clash and Soviet casualties. casualties. The Japanese said one Russian Russian gunboat was sunk near Sennu- fu, one away by benched and artillery fire. ona chased NO SERVICE AT RYE CHRISTIAN CHURCH No service will be held at the Christian Christian church at Rye Center tomorrow. Week-End And Holiday Events SUNDAY Boat races off New Castle, Holiday Sweepstakes at the Country Club. Water polo game between Life Guards and South End, at Peirce Island swimming pool. Midnight Lighting of Bonfire at playgrounds. playgrounds. MONDAY Flag Tournament at Country Club. Prize shoot by the Portsmouth Gun Club. 2:3O-4 Band Concert Playgrounds by V. F. W. Band. 3:OO Baseball game at playgrounds, Portsmouth Portsmouth Merchants vs. Bernard's Retread- ers. 7:3O-1O Band Concert at playgrounds by V. F. W. Band. 10:OO Fireworks at the playgrounds. 2:30 3:OO 12:OO 2:OO LEGISLATURE HAS 86 BILLS WAITING FINAL ACTION Herald ads pay. NO PAPER MONDAY As Monday will be observed •* a holiday The Portsmouth Herald will not be published. The Herald on Tuesday will contain an account of the happening* happening* of tha weekend and holiday. While only 50 bills await action in ;he house of representatives and only 38 are listed as pending on the senate senate docket according to official figures on the standing of business of the legislature legislature the three major items o£ budget budget appropriations, reUsfand revenue remain to be decided by the legislature. Approval of the budget bills by the senate yesterday indicates that these measures, which will be received with amendments in the house next Tuesday, Tuesday, can be finally enacted next week. The relief bill, stripped clean of the [program recommended by renewed battle over amendment of the unemployment compensation laws. In the senate a new bill proposes enactment enactment of non-controversial revision, in the house, however, the bill defeated once by the senate, has arisen under a new title. BUSY SESSION OF LEGISLATURE NEXT TUESDAY Tuesday, the opening day of next week's session of the legislature will likely be a busy one. The appropriations committee has filled an unfavorable report on the administration bill creating a merit of civil service system but sponsors of the legislation are trying to rally enough strength behind the bill over the week-end to offset the committee action. Indications are, therefore, that Tuesday's session of the house will bring an interesting debate on that issue. issue. When the budget bills arrive it is expected the house will decline to accept accept senate amendments and ask for a committee of conference. The ground has already been prepared for quick action, however, as the members of the appropriations committee have been advised of the senate changes and the reasons for them. While not all changes are acceptable many are understood to be acceptable to the house indicating that the conference need to be protracted. (By Associated Press) Los Angeles, Calif. July 8— A radio message believed to be from Amelia Earhart was picked up here at 3.30 a. m., Pacific Standard Time (8.30 a. m., EST) today by two amateur operators operators who interpreted it as indicating the famed aviatrix's plane was adrift on the Pacific near the equator, between Howland Island and Gilbert Island. The operators. Carl Pierson and Walier Walier McMenamy, reported Intercepting the figures "179" and "16." Th latter was believed to have been Intended for 1.6. The first figure was believed to represent the longitude and the latter the latitude. The signals were weak and were considerably hampered by static. i Honolulu, July 3—Distress signals j signed by the call letter of Amelia Ear- I hart's monoplane flashed over the Pa- cific today in the midst of a feverish sea and sky hunt for the famed aviatrlx, missing to equatorial waters surrounding surrounding tiny Howland Island. Amateur radio operators in Los Angeles Angeles heard repeated calls of "3. O. 8. K. H. A. Q. Q." shortly before 1.30 a. m., Pacific time (4.30 a. m. standard time) more than 14 hours after the intrepid intrepid flier said her gasoline supply would last but 30 minutes on her flight from distant New Guinea, having, overshot overshot the tiny target on a 2,570-mile hop from Lae, New Guinea. A radio message from Miss Earhart and Fred Noonan, saying they had only a half-hour's supply of fuel, and that no land was in sight, was believed to indicate they had overshot the tiny coral island on the daring oversea flight. The Coast Guard cutter Itasca im(Continued im(Continued on Page Five> HEAR VOICE OF MISS EARHART this morning C. 1.0. REMOVES STRIKE CAPTAINS Jeff Hall Now In Jail In Warren, Ohio, Among Leaders Replaced Replaced LOCAL WOMAN AIDS CAPTURE OF FUGITIVES California The quick work of Mrs. Alice Perel- J, wife of Joseph Ferelli of Deer street, this city, and her brother, Herman (By Associated Press) Youngstown, O., July 3—A CIO purge began today as the union axe fell on Jeff Hall and two other strike captains' in tha Mahoninff Valley-steel sector,' John Owens, general CIO strike director ' in Ohio, announced without comment' the removal of Hall, now in Jail on charges of leading a "dynamite ring," as strike captain in the Warren area. The joint leadership of Harry Wines and John Orajcier replaced him. i Owens also stripped two of- his Youngstown strike lieutenants of their authority, removing Bob Burke, chief organizer at the Republic Steel plant, and John Stepnenson, organizer at tha main plant of the Youngstown Sheet Se Tuba Co. Communist participation in the strike was claimed in circular* distributed throughout the valley today, today, Philip Murray, chairman of 3WOO (CIO steel affiliate which called the strike May 27) said at Pittsburgh ha "knew nothing about" the removal of the Ohio strike leader. Rounds, brought about the capture at At 10 o'clock (EST) two cadio amateurs in picked up S O S signals from Amelia West Scarboro, Me., of two young men Earhart in her own vocie. One of the I who had escaped from the Maine men who fa acquainted with Miss Ear- j State Reformatory and had been miss- ' Governor ] hart S ave assurance that the voice he | ing for three days. It is alleged that ! Murphy and now proposing simply a | na * heard was that ef the aviatrix. At Ithe men were atempting to steal some continuation of the present state law|P ress tirae tbere were "° new develop- j pullets from" the home of Mrs. Perelli's has gone to the senate finance committee committee for review. After this bill is acted acted upon, with or without changes, in the senate it must go to the house. Revenue legislation apparently must be held back until the relief decision is made. '•_ Into this picture fan baen tnrust thai ments. AN APPRECIATION I wish to thank all who so kindly sent me cards and flowers during my illness. MBS. JOHN SINK. parents at West Scarboro, when they were discovered and Mrs. Ferelli and her brother gave chase which resulted resulted in the capture of the fugitives. Ouglielmo Marconi, inventor of wireless wireless telegraphy was born of an Italian father and Irish mother. 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  1. The Portsmouth Herald,
  2. 03 Jul 1937, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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