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RAIN MAY AGAIN
BRING HEAT RELIEF
Showers Forecast—Ther
mometer Is Expected
to Reach 90’s.
Possibility of another brief respite
from the sweltering heat was seen to
day in the prediction of thundershow
ers for tomorrow afternoon. How
ever, the temperatures were likely to
rise to the 90's this afternoon and
tomorrow, the Weather Bureau said.
This morning’s forecast was “gen
erally fair and warmer this afternoon
and tonight, and rising temperatures
tomorrow, with possible thundershow
ers later m the day.”
No neat prostrations or deaths at
tributed to the weather were reported
yesterday as the temperature rose to
a maximum of 75 degrees at 2 p.m.
Generally High Temperatures.
High temperatures already have re
turned to most sections of the East,
although widespread precipitation
brought some relief.
The extreme heat during the last
week brought about premature devel
opment of some grain crops, reports
from Huron. S. Dak., stated. Agricul
ture Department reports showed, how
ever, that the heat and rains were
highly beneficial to the corn crop.
Temperatures during the last week
averaged from 6 to 12 degrees above
normal, except in the South and some
sections of the Northwest.
Rainfall of 1.07 inches at Eau
Claire, Wis„ broke a five-day 100
degree heat wave.
Among the highest official tempera
tures reported yesterday were Okla
homa City, Wichita, Kans.; Abilene.
Tex.: El Paso, Tex., all with readings
of 100 degrees; Yuma, Ariz., 108, and
Phoenix. 106.
Maximum temperatures of some
of the larger cities included New York,
70; Chicago, 86; Cincinnati. 90: Des
Moines, 92; Omaha. 92; Pittsburgh,
82, and Minneapolis, 86.
TWO CAPITAL DENTISTS
AWARDED FELLOWSHIPS
Two Washington dentists—Dr. Dan
iel F. Lynch and Dr. B. E. Erikson—
were among 65 “leaders of the dental
profession” awarded fellowships today
in the American College of Dentists,
j now holding its annual meeting at
Atlantic City.
j The announcement of the selections
was made by Dr. O. W. Brandhorst of
St. Louis, secretary of the organiza
tion.
Only 650 dentists in the country
hold fellowships in the college, which
is considered the most exclusive dental
organization and is open by invitation
only to those who have practiced over
a long period and contributed to
teaching and research.
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THE WEATHER
District of Columbia—Generally
fair and warmer tonight and tomor
row except probably a thundershower
tomorrow afternoon; gentle southwest
winds.
Maryland—Generally fair tonight
and tomorrow except local thunder
showers tomorrow afternoon: warmer
tonight and in east portion tomorrow.
! Virginia—Generally fair tonight and
tomorrow except scattered thunder
showers tomorrow afternoon; slightly
■ warmer m the interior tonight and in
j extreme northeast portion tomorrow.
West Virginia—Generally fair and
continued warm tonight and tomorrow
except local thundershowers tomor
row afternoon.
River Report.
Potomac River clear and Shenan
doah River very muddy today.
Report for Last 21 Honrs.
Temperature. Barometer,
iesterday— Degrees. Inches
4 pm. __ 75 .to.Oii
* p m. _ 74 29.ns
Midnight _ 74 29.38
Today—
4 a m. _ 74 29.94
8 a m. _ 75 29.93
Noon . __ 84 29.92
Record for Last 24 Hours.
(From noon yesterday to noon today.)
Highest. 84. noon today. Year ago 94.
Lowest. 73. 8:30 a m. Year ago. 77.
Record Temperatures This Year.
Highest. 95. on July 10.
Lowest. 19. on February 28.
Humidity for Last 24 Hours.
(From noon yesterday to noon today )
Highest, 95 per cent, at 7 a m. today.
Lowest, 74 per cent, at noon today.
Tide Tables.
(Furnished by United States Coast and
Geodetic Survey.)
Today. Tomorrow.
High - 1:18 a m. 2:12 a.m
Low _ 8:12 a.m. 9:08 a.m
High _ 1:35 pm. 2:31p.m.
Low - 8:22P.m. 9:15 p.m.
The Sun and Moon.
Rises. Sets.
Sun. today . 4:54 7:33
Sun. tomorrow 4:55 7:33
Moon, today 12:65p.m. 11:36pm.
Automobile lights must be turned on one
half hour after sunset.
precipitation.
Monthly precipitation in inches in the
Capital (current month to date):
Month..'' 19.37. Averate. Record
January _ _ 7.8.3 .3.55 7.8.3 '.37
February _.3..3.3 .3.27 8.84 ’84
March _ 1.50 .3.75 8.84 '91
Anril __ 8 85 .3.27 9.1.3 '89
H«- 4.03 .3.70 10.80 '89
June _5.21 4.1.3 10.94 'Oil
July _ 1.52 4.71 10.8.3 'so
August _ _. 4.01 14.41 '28
September _ .3.24 17.45 ’.34
October _ _ __ 2.84 8 57 '85
November_ 2.-37 8.89 89
Decemher _ 3..32 7.58 '01
Weather in Various Cities.
Temperature. Rain
Stations. Bare Hieh.Low. fall Weath'r
Abilene Tex 79.82 100 78 . Clear
Albany. N Y._ 79.98 78 84 .... Cloudy
Atlanta. Ga .30.00 78 74 Cloudy
Atlantic City 79,98 74 70 0.04 Cloudy
Baltimore __ 20.94 78 74 0.04 Cloudy
Birmingham 30.02 94 74 Clear
Bismarck. N, D. 29.7R 72 HO 0.28 Rain
Boston. Mass . 30.02 78 87 Cloudy
Buffalo. N. Y. 79.80 74 72 0.78 Rain
Charleston. S.C. 30.07 98 94 Clear
Chicago. 111. . _ 29.72 88 77 0.40 Cloudy
Cincinnati 79.88 90 78 Clear
Cleveland. Ohio 79.87 88 70 0.82 Cloudy
Columbia 8. C. 30.00 98 74 Clear
Denver. Colo 29.98 82 58 0.02 Cloudy
Detroit. Mich.. 29.78 84 70 2.10 Cloudy
El Paso. Tex.29.78 100 78 _ Clear
Galveston 29.98 88 82 _Rain
Helena. Mont 29.88 70 50 _ Cloudy
Huron. 8. Dak. 29.78 82 82 Clear
Indianapolis 29.88 90 78 0.02 Rain
Jacksonville.Fla. 30.08 92 78 Cloudy
Kansas City , 29.78 98 74 ... Clear
Los Angeles . 29.94 78 bo ... Cloudy
Louisville. Ky.. 29.82 92 80 _ Cloudy
Miami. Fla ... 30.08 88 78 Clear
Minneapolis .. 29.58 88 70 0.28 Cloudy
New Orleans .30.08 90 78 0.01 Clear
New York. N. Y. 30.00 70 80 1.38 Rain
Oklahoma City 29.80 100 78 0.12 Cloudy
Omaha. Nebr . 79.72 97 72 Clear
Philadelphia _ 29.98 70 88 0.12 Rain
Phoenix. Aril . 29.74 108 78 Clear
Pittsburgh, Pa 29.00 87 88 1.32 Cloudy
Portland. Me 29.9R 72 62 . Clear
Portland. Ore*. 39.06 76 80 _Cloudy
Raleigh. N. C. 29.94 90 74 Cloudy
Salt Lake City 29.88 88 58 _Clear
8an Antonio 29.92 94 74 Cloudy
San Diego. Cal. 29.92 72 84 _Cloudy
8an Francisco 79.94 80 54 _ Rain
8t. Louis. Mo. 29.82 94 78 . _ Cloud?
8esttle. Wash. 30.08 88 58 Cloud?
Spokane. Wash. 79.98 72 58 0.01 Cloudy
Tampa. Fla. 30.08 90 78 0.02 Clear
WA8H.. D C. 29 04 75 74 0.02 Cloudy
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Seeks Aid
DEPORTED BOV APPEALS
TO PRESIDENT.
_
COLIN FRASER,
Who was deported to Canada,
playing all by himself at
Windsor, Ontario, rchile wait
ing for the word which rvill
reunite him with the rest of
his■ family—his request in a
note which he scrawled to
President Roosevelt. Colin's
father, Thomas Fraser, aiid
the boy were both deported by
immigration officials after
they learned that the two had
entered the United States
without paying a head tax.
The father is in Scotland and
the mother and four other
children, born in this country,
are in Detroit.
t-Wide World Photo.
BATTLE FORECAST
ON INTERIOR BILL
House Prepares to Attack Senate
Amendments to Supply
Measure.
B.v the Associated Press.
Legislators forecast a long parlia
mentary battle would begin in the
House today over Senate amendments
to the $136,000,000 Interior Depart
! ment supply bill.
The Senate added about $13,000,000
to the $120,000,000 fund approved by
the House.
One Representative, who declined to
be quoted by name, predicted oppo
nents of the Senate changes would
I force 35 roll calls before the report of
a Senate-House committee assigned to
work out a compromise could be adopt
ed. Each roll call in the House con
sumes between 30 and 45 minutes.
The bill carries funds for a large
number of reclamation projects, the
Indian Bureau, National Park Serv
ice and other Federal activities.
Representative Taber, Republican,
of New York said much of the oppo
sition to the conference report would
center on a *1.250.000 reclamation
project on the Gila River in Arizona,
the Colorado-Big Thompson reclama
tion project, calling for an initial ap
propriation of *900.000, and an amend
ment which he said would give the
Five Civilized Tribes of Indians *19,
000,000.
FORMER DEAN EAGER
FOR ASSAULT TRIAL
Thomas E. Elder Accused of
Threatening Colleague With
Shotgun.
By the Associated Press.
GREENFIELD, Mass., July 15.—In
dicted on two counts of assault, gray
haired Thomas E. Elder, 54, retired
dean of Mount Hermon School, said
today he w’as ready and eager to
defend himself next week against
charges he threatened a colleague
with a gun.
The former educator, now an Alton,
N. H., fanner, pleaded Innocent in a
clear, firm voice to charges of attempt
ing to murder S. Allen Norton, former
cashier of the school, and attempting
to assault Norton, "putting him In
fear of bodily harm.”
He is at liberty in (10,000 bail.
District Attorney David H. Keedy
said his trial probably would begin
late next week.
Norton acoused Elder of threatening
him with a shotgun last May 25 as
he entered the garage of his home
late at night. Elder steadfastly dis
puted Norton’s identification of him
self as the assailant and asserted he
was in a Keene, N. H., hotel with
Mrs. Elder at the time.
Both men were aides of Dr. Elliott
Speer, slain headmaster of Mount
Hermon, whose shotgun killing nearly
three years ago has never been solved.
-•
DRY DOCK FIRM DENIED
LABOR BOARD RESTRAINT
B> the Associated Press.
NORFOLK, Va., July 15.—Federal
Judge Luther B. Way yesterday denied
the petition of the Newport News Ship
building & Drydock Co. for an in
junction to restrain officials of the
National Labor Relations Board from
conducting a hearing on a complaint
against the company of unfair labor
practices in violation of the national
labor relations act.
The hearing, scheduled for today,
in Newport News, will be delayed until
Friday, July 23, under the court
ruling, which ordered a stay of the
hearing until that day to permit the
compaay to appeal from the local
court e decision to the United States
Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fourth
District.
Cabby Pal
NANCY HOYT CURTIS DENIES
SHE WILL WED
JAMES BAKER,
The Bar Harbor, Me., hair
dresser and cab driver, who
drove to the Canadian border
with the twice-divorced Nancy
Hoyt Curtis, Washington
author. The trip caused
rumors that they would wed,
but Nancy denied them.
—Copyright, A. P. Wirephoto.
47 Japanese Leave for U. S.
TOKIO. July 15 (A3).—Forty-seven
Japanese delegates to the Japanese
American Students' Conference at
Stanford University, Palo Alto, Calif.,
left today for San Francisco.
OCEAN AIR MONOPOLY
OPPOSED BY ROPER
Transport Routs Must Be Kept
Open to All Who Prove
Worthiness, He Bays.
Opposition to the development of
sn air transport monopoly across the
Atlantic has been voiced by Secretary
of Commerce Roper, who declared yes
terday that the route between the
United States and Europe "must be
kept free to all Americans who prove
their worthiness to enter and serve
iur trade and humanity.”
Completion of the first trans-Atlan
tic trial flights by Pan-American Air
ways and British Imperial Airways,
Roper said, "opens up very forcibly
to the American public the future
oosslbiilties of foreign air trade over
the seven seas.”
He said that the Federal Govern
ment, “in visualizing the future enor
mous possibilities of air-borne trade,
will see to it that proper encourage
ment Is forthcoming to any and all
American citizens desiring to make
contributions In this field.”
Sentence 464 Words Long.
ATLANTA, July 15 (4>).—The first
sentence ot a labor opinion handed
down yesterday in the Georgia Court
of Appeals numbered 464 words and
covered two sheets of paper.
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