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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Served by the United Press BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. .XXVII—NO. 200 Blytheville Courier, Blytlicvllle Dally News, lllythevlile Herald, Mississippi Valley Under. v .,,,,iiniii , M .,,,, , .,r, . c , ,„, ~ " ~ ^ ' HM'H.U-,. AKKA.NSAb, Till KSDAY, NOVKMHKK (i. mill) HOME EDITION SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS OF CONGRESS STILL IN DOUBT Late Returns Threaten Amendments EMIT LEAD :ES is cm Defeat of Highway Proposal Sure But Others Remain in Doubt. LITTLE ROCK. Nov. 0. <UP)Larye majorities rolled up In early returns for adoption of eight of nine proposed constitutional amendments submitted to Arkansas voters In Tuesday's elcctioi dwindled today as additional tabu- in from outlyinrr of thc Watch a Century Old Slill .Tolls' tin? Time of Uav An interesting old watch is owned hy Hoy Hawkins, local man, who says (ho timepiece has been In n!s family more than 100 years and is still doing dally service. Sivitzerlnnd, v.-as imported from England and was purchased by Hawkins' great, grandfather Luc\?\\ Hawkins, sr., when lie lived near Hnmington, Tenn. The waicli cos' $135. During the Civil War, Luc!?n BESIEN IN MISSISSIPPI CD, Marital Success of Paris Mayor Inspires Friend Inspired by the matrimonial success cf Tiis friend. Frank McNeil], | *\ul:hy 65-ycur-old mayor of Paris, i'l'enn, who wed « 15-year-old 6" I Marvin T. Olds, CO, mer, same Osceola District Boxes Re-1 £" ,£'" port. Big Majorities i!° M ' s ' Je5Sil -' D "' 15 ' ' . nil ' :o noon lct!a >'Against t roposals. 55, of Luxora, Majorities given the constitutional amendments voted on in Tucs- Hawkms, jr., an officer in the Cc:i- • day's general election by Blytheville federate army .carried tne aged I and the northern half of Mlssls- tuuepiece which has been handed sippi county have been burled be- 'Ibc- mayor and his girl wife, v.'ho accompanied o;ds to this ci'j. were the only attendants fit the tttdclluj, performed at the court house • by Justice Oscar Alexander. Mrs. Olds, a member of a :, ELLIS IfUions drifted dislvicts. On several amendments it appeared a final official count would be necessary b? fore the resulls are delermined. Amcndmenl 20 listen Amendment 20, to elect slate highway commissioners and provide an audit- of the department virtually was certain of being de- fcaled. Voles againsl the propose- measure held today at neon a nn- jority of 18,003 voles over those for Other proposed amendments fa: ing possible defeat were: Number 19. changing the state school law- Number 21, for a referendum o tax measure;, Nnmber 22, cr amendment to budget appropriations. Number 2-1. to subject Ih governor to mandamus, Number 2.' to stabilize thc salaries of suprem court, vide herltance tax and Number 27, to repeal the book lax. Governor Harvey Parneil, Democratic -candidate to succeed himself continued-to increase his In' oVef his Republican rival J. O. Livesay at noon by 55,009. Lawren- E. Wilson, Democralie candidat' led his opponent C. H. Harding nearly 57,000 in the race for lieii- tenanl-governor. . Vole [Surprisingly Light Voting throughout the stale WIT unexpectedly light and may not exceed the 100,000 mark, which is jus- half of thc votes polled in 192S. Surprise was expressed in political circles over -the light balloting ai it was predicted prior to the election a fairly heavy vote would b" cast due to the number of propose^ amendments. Returns from 1.061 precincts, c- about one-half of the state's voting places resulted as follows: Number 19, school amendment for 3&.101: against 34,541. down from father to eldest son sev- neath an avalanche oi negative I known family In Mississippi coun- eral generations. [ votcs [rom t he soulh end of the l >' aiul Itm 8 a resident of Luxora, .s carried county, according to Miss Emma | ;i > lllr s «'.er of state- highway com- i'ore tliar cox of the county election board, mt-ioner Uwl^ht H. Blackwood tarvln T. Olds, CO, p r _.,. city, was nfarrled U1SC Oj Lx-UtllCCrS AcCUS- ecl of Hi-Jacking Almost Gets Trial Today. Raymond Hodge and Fred Elllv former depuly constables of Half | MOCK) township, who were Indict- well "* by (ho enincl jllvy lnst 5| "" lni: eral generations. The present owner ha! the watch regularly for mon 12 years and predicts many moic |and Indications were thai all of'ih'e years of good service from it. an : amendments would be defeated In occasional trip to the repair shop ! Mississippi county by a vote of at l for cleaning and regulating being least three to one all that is necessary to keep t'r.e piece in good condition. Supiwrters of the amendments [ expressed themselves as astonished It has an old fashioned cylinder : a t n,e tremendous vote rolled up escapement and four jewels. Wind- | against them at certain boxes i: and selling of the hands ' and the mother of Mrs. Rush Hol- iicctcr, cf BlylJieville. -Mayor and Mrs. Frank McNelll, win v.cre in Blylheville for the f:rs'. time, talked gaily of their mairiase and of the stir It created in the Tennessee clly where the MeNcltl family has been prom- generations, on charges of robbery growing out oi alleged hl-iacking. almost went to trial In criminal court here today but over the vigorous prDtesl of the state Judge W, \V. Handy grained the plea of the defending for another continuance. TK; two youtlrr. who had deputy constables' commissions at the time the hl-jacklng wns alleged to have occurred, were granted continuances at the spring term of court and were not tried because of the objection of defense counsel said a lot but did nothing , „, ninghum, local member of the ex- The election board has received no report as yet from the boxes at furniture business. Mr. Hoolen. - secretary I accomplish the acts. Several jurors were examined for ! Bayou, Wilson and Whitton. ihilize the salaries o[ suprem- M c i , ,-, |^«juu, ,...o^.i «.,v. ,,»>M,,. justices Number 26. to pro iNorma ohearer and Ueorge ! The vo 'e from l »e res' ° f ine limitation for the state In- Ar |j ss Outstanding Act- ™* t V-_«*..>* a ™™* * X"* °>* ors of Year. HOLLYWOOD, Cal., Nov. S (UP) -Ncrma Shearer and George Ar- "Amendment 19-ler. 63'-, a,. lnst liss gave outstanding screen per- 2 088 - _, ..-- — - •\«>i*-n - , ' «Jt»Ui 111 JLM Ultj » Ul C L All IHll It. II 1U] Boynton. Lost. Cane, Rocky, Anno- M3 5or McNtill, accompanied them; tnc i r qualifications i o serve in Ihi rel, Luxora, Bowman. Frenchman': !'° "Us city. CHsU agaln5t the Uvo formcr of L SiE this morning, follows: Act No. 1, bible reading—for. 918: (against, 1.733. Act 118,- income tax—for, 2.381; against, 348. of (V.;. pait year, ending July 31, the Motion Picture Academy of Arts and Sciences announced last night at its annual Amendment 20—for, 415; against. 2,407. Amendment 21—for, 751; against, banquet. j ' Amendmcnt 22—for. 768; against. Arliss was cited for his work in [ n 013 ••Disraeli," find Miss Shearer for: ' Amendment 23-for, 783; against. • Divorcee. 2 014 Some 650 leaders in the film colony were present when the decls- 24—for, 747; against, 2,040. :ous. gained by n mail vote fromj ' Arne ndment 25-for, 711; against, members, was anounccd and bronze j 2 051 In'uettes awarded. • ' In other departments the follow-; lug awards were made: j Outstanding production. "All | Qui°l fn the Western Front." i mendment 2C-for, 159; against. i'unds Raised by Legion Auxiliary Will Help Caret 1 for Children. • r a for funds to World War American fleers this morning when the defense \regan. to Interpose varlour pleas in rapid succession for continuances. Judge Bandy ordered E. E. Alexander and Claude Cooper. defense counsel, to prepare their demand for it .continuance ..In written form. It was presented after noon today. Judge Bandy retired to his chambers with defense counssl ar.'I stale's attorneys and after almost an, hour of arguments thc court granted the continuation. The plea i for continuance stated that' the dei fendnnts were caught unprepnrr-c' ccmrt llad ™- mnny debutantes like comely Dor olhy Fell, above, bhc Is n daughter of Mrs. Ogden Mills, wife of ury. and Li to make her debut at the cftpUr.'i this year. Jonesboro Mill Burns; Heavy Loss JONESBORO, Ark., Nov. G. (UP) —Loss totalling $75,000 was caused by lire which curly twlay destroyed Hie Jonesboro roller mills and damaged twelve houses dud a wholesale grocery. The blaze had gained great headway when discovered. l-'or a time the entire city seemed In damjsr. The loss is pnrttnlly covered by Insurance. 79 LIVES TIKEI EXPLOSION! IE All Bodies Have Been Recovered, Is Belief Mine Officials. MILLFIELU, O.. Nov. B. till 1 )— Seventy-nine bodies were rcivortc by officials liclny to have Ivjen re covered from the No. 0 mine of th Sunday Creek coal company whlcl was rocked by an explosion In gas yiocket yesterday noon who 238 workers and company official \verc underground. With the recovery of the TClh body C. C. Cook, company official, reported no other victims were In the mine. Rescue workers \vers saltl to have searched every recess TO HIVE 41 WE IQIESJS BELIEF Vly Victories Indicated in Both Kentucky and Minnesota. ST. PAUL, Minn, Nov. 0. (UP) — .Ilniu-sota's senatorial contest was llll Ill doubt today. With only 313 f the slate's 3,705 precincts mlss- i)g, Eiimr lIoMale, Democratic, loinlncc. led his Republican oppo? icat Thomas D. Schall by only lightly more than 2500 votes. find bodies. Amendment 27—for, 7G7; against. 2,048. While Miss Cox had not as yet Achievement by Director; Lewis- rcceived u, e Wilson box it was rc- .•,'!!! te.made to have. all. citizens- J" 'th^ city wear these .buttons. One-third, of the-.amount col- tctcd toes to the state child wel- earller lhat the tern- e occupied with it. would bo Impos- of .material witnesses was also nl- - .The.court granted the motion for continuance over thc vigorous pro- assistant prosc- ,,., , ,,,,„, .in...•»• L.,^ — — • - '' hi the local . treasury (or Milestone. ^ All Quiet on the West-j portf , d unofficially that 715 votes aiding the children of ex-service ern Front." were cast there. Photographic achievement. "Witii' n ~ n i,, t i ,>,-, Number 20, election oi hicthr.-ay BjTd at t ' hc g,,^,, Po]e czmen ; a^mst th, commissioners, for 26.004, again: i rreord i ng by W illard Van Dcr Veer | 48,689. and Joseph T. Rucker. Number 21, referendum on tax measures, for 3G.G02. against 3W- Numbe'r 22. nrovidin" bud- Art direction, "King of Jazz," j of appropriations, for against 35.029. Number 23. for filing journal pn- or to adjournment of legislature. for 3G.665. ngainst 35.337. • Number 24. to subie=i mr.ndamus. for 34.m, again=t 37.GCO. of^simre^.e court justices* for' 31 808 a-ainst 39427. Herman Rosse. Sound recording. "The nrrloft'' V^VJU.JV* iw^u.u... b , iuv iji_ 37,188,-; Ho nse." by Metro-Goldwyu-Mayef ' ' writing. "The Big House." writ ten b> . -^^^ iiarion. • h , . ?„'. he ,« maln(1<!r ff-'cutor. Mr. Reed stated that en in this vicinity who'are ui i:ced. • • The.annual .Poppy-sale, which is .var, goes h: prcject. n Shot When He Presbyterian Organization Tries to Vote in Missouri \Vill Be Formed Follow- .BLUFP, MO. — Will mg Dinner. ; had already been continued 0:1 behalf of the defendants twice, that the cases were, of .most Important public interest which demanded that' they be tried, and that the :a in the s ( 9te f 0r [ nc second .time had with this Brought witnesses here from Tcn- nessee for the case. He also staled ~ that the state and defense had set missin* Drucrcist Found '• loa ^' for trial of thc ca£CS earller • ui i • >." r» during the week. !H Memphis City Park I After announcing that he ha-' granted the continuance Judgr MEMPHIS, Nov. 0 (UP) — The Bandy stated that due to persona' body of R. R. Rogers, 62 pioneer business of an imperative nature druggist and prominent Memphis " lat required his attention tomor- Red Cross Secretary Searches in Vain for Mother of Children. Parents of the two small children abandoned hei',7 Tuesday have not yet been found, according to Mrs. Ethel Wilson, juvenile officer, who has taken thc little t»ys Into custody. That their family nan:.? Is Montgomery with the three year old child culled James and the 14 months old baby "Buddy" was told ty a Mrs. Pierce, who operates 'a restaurant wlKre Ihey wrre [ound. It Is said lhat their mother's name is Bertha Edna Montgomery. Investigations by Mrs. Wilson revealed that thc children and their I mother cal',2d flt Ihe restaurant Monday night and the mother asked Mrs. Pierce to lock a'tsr the children while she went to vldt a sick friend. She has not returned, j With the announcement came a halt in the activities ol rescuers and they were ordered to the surface.. Official announcement of the death list laid fearp that. a great number had been Unppcd'and asphyxiated. 'Throuahpxt .th(i-;n! while rescue workers tolled through tunnels In search of bodies, officials announced 158 men were missing and It was believed they had died. Potenllsl falalltles were reduced, however, with the rescue of 20 men who had taken refug? behind a gas barrier where they remained until the gasses had b;en driven from the mine and their ; plight discovered by relief workers. Among the Identified dead are, W. E. Tytus, president of the Sun-Jay Creek Coal company; P. A. Cosn, Columbus, vice president: H. E. Lancaster, chief engineer; Walter 'Haydcn, mine superintendent; Joseph Bergen, P-hllo, O., general su- iwrlntendcnt of the Ohio Power company. NEW YORK, Nov. C (UP)— The Republican majority In both hous- •s of congress has been shattered iy the Democrats In the off-year 'lection, leaving the administration • laity with purely nominal control of Ihe senate and quite possibly .In mlnnrlly In Ihe housC' Results early today from Tuesday's elections In which Democrats made extensive gains showed the scnutc and house Hind up as follows: Senate — Republicans,. 74, comprising 12 clcclcd Tuesday, (me elected In Maine In September, and 34 hold-overs; Democrats, 46. comprising 20 elected Tuesday and 20 hold-overs. Of the thrc« remaining seals one is- held by a iarmer-laboritc and two, Minnesota and Kentucky, were yet to be decided. The Democratic candldales were leading in both contests. House—Republicans, 211; Democrats, 210 and probably 2!5; farmer-labor, 1; undecided, including . five oi those listed above as probably Democratic, 11. If the Republicans capture the- contested senate feats .they will have 49, Just a majority. If they capture only one they will have 48 and the Democrats 41. The Demo-' rrats. cytinot wmth*_'necessary .43... for 'a majority." '•— J "-''• 1J —'»-'If the Democrats capture both the contested seats they will have 48 against 47 for the republicans.a plurality of one over the Republicans but not an overall majority. Tile situation puts unique power Inlo th.2 hands of Hendrick Ship- head, the farmcr-labDrlte. If the Democrats emerge with 48 seat's against 41 he would hold the bal- anc. of power and. could by voting with the Democrats give them '. a majority. On the other hand If he voted with the Republicans It would be a lie and the Republicans would win through the vote of the vice president. QFG1P. Twelve Democratic Conine blue eyed youngsters, who j pressmen and Democratic tesine;r leader, discovered in a row he would be unable to rclurn I dirt has been wash.?!] fmrn their; General Assembly CllOSCn "'"• POPLAR Smith of Paragould, Art., was shot. city _ -ippearance from here early ZT~ „ . i month. ' First Fresbylen.n| ofU park ycuerday, solved his dis- nere Friday and that Judge V. G I white hair, are In a private home j ------ ' ' - b-r 2G limiting f.tate inheri- and _ _ last Holland wouid occupy thc bench as | while Mn> Wilson cunt:ni;cs her j g T- LOUIS, Mo., Nov. G (UP)— search for their parents. It is be- S j x c-ngrcsslonal seats lost In the special judge. LOUISVILLE, Ky., Novj G CUP) — M. Mills Logan, long term Democratic candidate for U. S. Senator, had a. lead cf 38,l(-2 over his Republican opponent, Senator John M. Robinson, on tlw basis of returns from 2,646 of the slate's 4,155 precincts today. State political leaders were cen- ccding. Logan's election, declaring returns from districts unreporled would Increase his lead. Also ahead of Robinson but trailing Logan was Ben Williamson, Dcnrcratlc candidate for the short term for which Robinson ako is seeking e.'^ction. The also were claiming nine of i;c' .-:! the mother and father are i Hoover landslide were re?alneil by sc-paratcd. If t:iey do net claim lhe:n efforts ! Missouri Democrats In Tuesday's will be made to place them In permanent homes after Ih- 1 records are cleared. elccllon lo give th? psrly state's clever, rongressicnal tricts. the dis- 12 of New Madrid Man, River Worker, Lost Overboard lertainmcnt merit*, tc invesiHa;e. _•!&-•"«•• o, i inuu un> Minm.- t ..- u.i un.- e.uu.u, i th- association It was said, have j lhat he was a resident of Arkan- o clock, vdll be featured with his j bom dispatched to Critlenden and; sas. address on "Men's Work In tlv Van Btiren counties to chfck up Threats were hurled at officers, f H >hr situation Ir those counties. | and. when he slarled lo leave town r- n :-> :riick fired at deputies v.'ho. tcastmastsr whr-so identity has J" "mediately took after him. i :rl i: ' cn announced. I Tl:c race"led for about a mile be-1 Because of the important r-o.-'-! i ' fore two deputies jumped frcm an: lio " ^~M -t:; Dr .Pin-cell members i ! automobile cnto Smith's truck and ' r! ' nis congregation consider his j 1 stopped the truck. A score of vls 'l D were fired, only one bullet effect in Smith's back. -MEHS worK in t.K « r>«« « rr » n if f * with informal m - i As Dixie Honored Memory ot Lee cor.uucted b/ I, 1 :?! ____ z_ ______ _ _ , In!' s'atc's 16 seals. Although Republicans retained four seats only two went to them by way c.l contests as both Henry MEMPHIS Nov. 6 (UPl— Clifton f - Mariner of thc Tenth district j c . Cc ij bi government engineer In and L ' c - D >'er of the twelfth dis- ] chargc o( M is>isUppi i'.iv;r con,- Iricl were unopposed. I itiuctlon crews, Informed police Both of the state general assem- 1 tl . al Albert Emory, 27, wnrkman. WASHINGTON. Nov. C. <UP)— My K =nt to the Democrats- i [e 'n OV erbaard from a boat and wns Woodcock Called Home . r . n j 10 IjlVe Ury Law Swcet'ieavt o$ Bank LAMAR. Colo. .UP)-One of tbe fe',v ,>crsons who mourned the dra-h ! of Jake F.eagle. notorious bank : banriii and Irain robber, was hi? sweetheart, Beatrice Holdcn. Ml>.s Holden met Fleagle in : Grar.ri Junction. Colo. At the tl'.ir : of his death she was nttemptitu ! to lo.^.;e him and work out a nla:i ' to s are under way r.-.r.t.:':, at tht- To Ro!e of Santa Claus : ngfi- Ship Reported in Distress Off Alaska . t - l it* * ui\muLj. ivia^^. »> which she hoped he would b: fireman's a Santa Cla> sei:tenrol to life ImprUcnment. ],[|i_ HAVERHILL. Mass. rtJP)—Evory us In Haver- InlcrmatSon received here is thy Miss Halden talked with feci°rv nnthnrities this year about ge'.tini Fleagle 13 surrender at San Fran. Cisco. At IV.e moment Ploa^e v.-is r.'-ii aboard a train at Brr!n?=i). :>'•' PORTLAND. Ore., N'ov. G (UP)— ' The pa.singer steamer Northwest : hospital has been est-b-' oi; ti>D At!ns Steamship company as ;:i distreis t'day two miles. •ni:h cf ^ape 3r.;ncer, on tSl- A toy llshed at Essex-street fire station. Firemen devote their spare time , to repa i r i, 1K damaged toys cc!le?t- A1 ^ksn coast. ed from homes throughout city. . .. - At Christmas time, the flr^. ...IM iioldon was attempting (o gM fl gtlt . rs CXP - c t to be able to s=i'i in touch will! him. She wanted f lnto K ris Krlnglc's pack more t'ls 1000 toys. submit her plan to him. An S. O. S. call was picked tip by the Merchants Exchange radio hero at C:27 a m. saying the ship's riid" der was gone. Heavy seas prevailed, according to 11:3 report. The Northwestern Is a medium 1 t senger vessel. The lav?sl «l- CLAIMS 130 DESCENDANTS -r^o 14,000-ton halves of steel I. L.S.-tvVAlEK. tlsle rf Wight). were lowered into place rorentlv f P'—Js.-.v? of the birth of her CO mpVtc Ihe work on Is snld to be on top of tlv> Union i.«n ivina de^enclant has been thc ]SIIRC M arn ], br ; Al<: h , thc f.| Btlon [„ Chicago. It Is 288 feet reuivod here by Hrs. Anno Mjlch- world . u is located-, at Sydney, I'ng and 23 feet high, with two '"• ' Aiistrftllo, '' lines of letters. Attorney Genera: M.tchcll announced today that Proi-.ibiitcn Di: reclor Woodcock had bc«-:i Mimtnra- exl to Washington :o .T-.-.S', In obtaining prohibition cinl.i requeued by President Hoover. Woodcock was recj'.iod by .-, personal telephone call !:o::i Attornr. General Mitchell. Ti-.e ornrr for his return came only t'.r-'o bwz he- fore Woodcock wif <r .liiirl t" leave for Honolu^i. A'.:V.™3h th: : purpose of the cj:: '.»a' : t r'v^il- jed 11 was ur.-.'.::.-'.Oj;i '.V-i.-<lm:k | would be asked (•- be ir.-an M. n l meeting of pro!:;'-, 1 .::'):'' ..::n:.nis'.r:i- ' tors here next wck. PASTOR TIT11NS OTliri; i MACCN. Ga. ••'p. ''-' : ; William C- Sistc-: .-f :!.<• '•' ; ProEtylcrlcn rl. :rch .i , thieves had s:o>:: a '.'-• his church, he r, '•.!•::•."•.'. : to return and f" '•'•'•>' '"••'•' •and other a:tao:i:r.:v,r- i :-,J };j rf J r n k'~ Il " '^ l * VOQ S Ij [) 0 He Braved Jail for Her : rlrc'.vned Tuesday. Emoiy's near- I tst relative lives" In N':iv Madrid, | Mo rop ,, u £ald [Armistice Day Program ; Given at Rotary Club BOSTON. (ISP,— Shortly serving a two-months jail >enrnco for Illegally wearing a sailor's uni-: form. Corredo Dalessio was re-ar- i u. A. Rice, commander of Iho rested for wearing the same uri [ Dul Ca-on rest, American I :g;on, f° rm - , .and C. R. Babccck, former c'm- Pollcc, who asked him why Ir mander. spoke at thc Rolary club persisted in posing as a seitnan ', luncheon meeting today for an received this reply: I Armi £ ;ice Day program. Apprcprl- 'Well, I was going to seo mv | a t c group tinging supplemented the girl and she likes uniforms, Hint's uvo talks n11 -" ! "Armisfc Day" was Mr. Bal)• j ccck's subject and Mr. Rice discuss- 1>IES DL'RIXG SILENCE ! cd the TBSnlzatlon and activities LONDON, (UP)—During a tw:! cl the American Legion. .-!! RCV. ; Cabin rovcr:d minute filcnce In honor of the R o; from lul dead. Henry George Marwell, vr thrm <6, retired naval comman-ier. drop; T door P<d rj^ad at a football game frcm ' a heart attack. ARKANSAS—Fair, probably frost. Icnight. Frid.iy fair. thc t . »'3 from nln-> states of the norti and smith tipped commcmovAts •'•e'ce'li', auiiivcrsriy oi tlio ucall: ot General Iiooerl E. I.ce, Ctiifeilovate |»-.-\-' in the Civil War, at ^eri-moiilcs recently hcl'l at his iiirthjilace rt't:tvat(ord, -V;stmorcland coi; Va. A ponion of ilia crov.M which>d tl-e ceremonies Is shown lu front of lie oM luiildlng taken ovei by thc RoUsrt B. Lno Mcrof-loj Found-'.lou. Srrwim the ,'• ^'•'•' : moon and s:ai.- ;. •'." , so fcrtl), a v.-cr. .rr. :: | of the clod: '.vil! '" '-ihcl sunsel, and .1 ::•"• ] hoad'nnd tail and i;--.- a- noon - ernment of Soviet Russia. Af?hanisiqn. A'tsiri". Cze; 1 --- ! It was 31 degrees here bs: nisi'.t . .r-:iii and'Slov.iktn. Denmark. Germany. Es- with a ki:iing fron and iig-.t freer?. ; ; •:•. is be- tnnli. Finland, Great Britain, The maximum for yesterday was «::;a Ca- Greece. Hungary, Italy. Latvia P-v 60 degr:es compared r.lth the s^me i^ on top and. Sweden, Turkev, France, Lllh- maxinu-m a year ago when the it :un•'••.• uanfa, Norvfsy, P,;rsla, Japan, M - x- mlnlinurr. was 31 degrees, accorrl- '.ill wag Its lo and Ch'hih rec-cnlze thc gov- Ing to Charles Phillips, official iwealher observer.

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