Time Table: Nov. 3, 1930


National Affairs

Nov. 4—National elections: the 72nd House of Representatives and 32 U. S. Senators.

Nov. 11—Armistice Day. Speech by President Hoover at a conference of the World Alliance for International Friendship through the Churches; in Washington.

Nov. 14—Seventh annual National Corn Husking Contest; at Norton, Kans. Corn-husking record (1925): 35.8 bu. in 80 min.

Foreign News

Nov. 4—Reopening of St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, after ten years' restoration work costing £200,000; at Windsor.

Nov. 6—Last scheduled sitting of the League of Nations Preparatory Disarmament Commission; at Geneva.

Nov. 7—Ninth birthday of Crown Prince...

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