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Chester Times (Newspaper) - March 25, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 2O1 OS FINAL EDITION With All Lktest and BestNews of the Day 57TH 17550 DaHv Leased Wire Reports of Onlted Press fUP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA SATURDAY MARCH 25 1933 PINCHOT SPEEDS PENNA BEER BELL FOR LEGISLATURE AttorneyGeneral Writes M e a s u r e Embodying Governors Wishes Plans Licenses From State Bureaus Opposition Forecast HARRISBURG Pa March plans today called for speeding a beer control bill through the Pennsylvania legislature to make it effective April 7 the day 32 beer may be sold legally and with out restrictions under present law in the keystone state The bill to which leaders will give the right of way will be an entirely new measure prepared by members of Governor Pinchots official family and endorsed by Republican state organization leaders it is understood It will appear early next week Its preparation means the scrap ping of the four different plans pre sented by Reps Sowers and Conner Philadelphia Under the socalled compromise bill the State Department of Revenue would be the licensing body in the practically every class of mercantile establishment dealing in food or foodstuffs would be given permits Should the bill provide that the state retain 100 per cent of the license fees and a probable production tax a fight on the floor can be ex pected from elements seeking to divert some of the license money into county and municipal treasuries Plans of the leaders contemplated using the beer revenue for unemploy ment relief Meantime state dry leaders called a meeting here for Wednesday April 5 to lay plans for a campaign to keep the Eighteenth Amendment a part of the Constitution PITTSBURGH March sale of beer in groceries drug stores and other mercantile es tablishments was favored today in a report adopted by the Allegheny County Bar Association Explaining its stand the Bar As sociations report said Consequences of allowing 32 per cent beer and wine to be sold every where would be that most sales would be made by reputable merchants who will make their principal profit out of other commodities Turning to possible repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment the lawyers voted to support the Philadelphia Bar Associations plan for the establish ment of a commissionof three mem bers in each county toregulate the flow of liquor NEW YORK March v The 32 per cent beer bill will not legalize homebrewing the U S Attorneys office told the owner of a homebrewers apparatus store who thought he would be able to adver tise his wares after April 7 A paragraph in the bill makes the national prohibition law apply to beer in any container not labeled and sealed as may be prescribed by regulation NAZIS POLITICAL ENEMIES GET FIERY WARNING A man who police characterize as a modern Pagin is being held here having been arrested yesterday on a warrant charging him with receiving stolen goods The suspect is slated as John Wal lace 26 of Morton avenue near Sev enth street Police say he bought articles stolen from the Emmanuel Baptist Church chapel Fifteenth and Potter streets for which two small boys are under arrest Detective Captain Peeney grilled the boys yesterday They admitted steal ing the articles an electric sewing machine some dishes and an electric lamp from the church They told police they were directed to rpb the church by Wallace who also in structed them to rob certain stores throughout the city with the under standing that he would buy the loot they obtained Wallace was arraigned for preli minary hearing in police court this morning and Magistrate Honan held him without bail for a continued hearing next Tuesday morning MAN STABS SELF IN BOTH HIS EYES PRICE TWO CENTS Stern measures of stamping out every vestige of opposition to the Hitler regime provoking protest in England and the United States arc illustrated by this photo newly arrived from Berlin showingpolice burning Communists nags m the street as warning to Reds and other enemies of the govern ment HIGH COURT HALT TRIAL Philadelphia Publisher Charged With Libel Se cures Stay The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has issued an order which delays the trial of Clement H Congdon a Phila delphia publisheron charges of crim inal libel scheduled for next Tuesday at Media Defense Counsel Howard Kirk and V Gilpin Robinson presented a peti tion to the Supreme Court asking that the trial be assigned to some other county on the grounds that Congdon would not be given a fair trial hi Del aware county The Supreme Court has granted a rule on District Attorney William J MacCarter Jr to show cause why the petition should not be allowed and has given him until April 3 to file answer In the meantime all proceedings in the case have been stayed In the petition the attorneys for the defendant say There is great and undue prejudice existing in this cast against your petitioner not only on the part of the public generally butalso on the part of jurors who will be enpaneled This publication has been devpted to exposing poli tical and criminal conditions in Dela ware county and elsewhere The editor has maintained a fearless and aggressive attitude and has incurred the illwill and enmity ofcertain sections of the public as well as cer tain officials interested in the con tinuance of the conditions exposed by him That because of the hostility against the publication which is felt by officials we believe that jurors will be subjected to influence and suggestions from many sources which will prevent a fair trial We bslieve that Dr J Hume Miller is not the real prosecutor but that he had bean urged aided and abetted to bring action by certain citizens Plea of Counsel for Con victed Man Wins Stay of Courts Sentence The fear of being stricken totally blind led William Gassner 22 to stab himself in both eyes with a table knife Philadelphia police said today The mans mother told authorities her son had been depressed fay his inability to find employment and his gradually failing eyesight Physicians held but little hope of saving the sight of either eye HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RAGES TODAY By United AT FAIR GROUNDS Ormont Winged Wind Sharp Jeanne Wachs Bel grade Valley Shot Anne L Burgoo Nyack Clare Bcc Reno Rejuvenation Super Toy Fellow Bill Seth Weather clear track sloppy AT TROPICAL PARK Louie Float On Mist Buzzy Boo Super charge Jolie Don Leon Smile PIntarch Yancey New Sun Via Appia Sun Falcon A Weather clear track fast Cloudy skies and slowly rising tern Derature are predicted today in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland There will be rain tonight and tomorrow The highest temperature here yes terday was 44 degrees at 345 p m and the lowest was 32 at 435 a m The average of 38 was five degrees below normal for the date and ten degrees below the average March 24 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 75 established in 1929 and minimum 15 in 1896 Sunrise today was at 556 a m and sunset will be at 618 p m Eastern Standard1 time The sentencing of Victor Barelli convicted of holding up the Prospect Park State Bank on February 3 was deferred by Judge John M Broomall yesterday when John J Stetser at torney for the prisoner made a motion for a new trial I am con vinced this man is innocent Mr Stetser declared and have informa tion at hand which may result in the arrest of the four men who actually committed this crime After hearing the attorneys im pressive plea Judge Broomall deferred sentence until May 2 when Mr Stet ser and Assistant District Attorney William R Toal prosecuting attorney will arguethe case Barelli who is 28 and lived in the 300 block Garrett street Philadel phia was convicted Wednesday of being one of the four armed men who invaded the bank and escaped with after threateningthe cashier and bookkeeper The latter Miss Thelma Rolph recognized Barellis picture in the Philadelphia rogues gallery and it was her positive iden tification of the prisoner in the court room that led to his conviction Mr Stetser has asserted his clients innocence since the verdict was ren dered and informed Judge Broomall that he expected to receive informa tion of great importance which may lead to the arrest of the four men who actually committed the crime Well Judge Broomall commented if your client is guilty he knows the names of the other three bandits If he is innocent you turn the names of the real bandits over to police He then remarked that Barelli when and if sentenced will be given from 10 to 20 years in the Eastern Peni tentiary NEWKIRK Okla March Zack Miller one of the last of the western bigscale ranchers was free today to proceed with recently announced plans of turning his 101 Ranch into a unemployment com munity Judges Claude Duval and John Burger last night approved contracts between Miller and his creditors simultaneously lifting the twoyear old 101 Ranch receivership Miller lately announced in Kansas City that the receivership was dissolved he would throw it open to 300 unmarried and unemployed men on an allwork and dividedprofits basis GENERAL PRICE RETIRING TODAY GETS RARE HONOR Penna National Guard to Pass in Review Along Phila Parkway Chester Soldier Has Had LongCareer in Military Circles Major General William G Price Jr of this city commandcrinchiei of the Pennsylvania National Guard will say farewell to his men today More than 3400 troops represent ing the 12000 National Guardsmen in the state will participate in Eve ning Parade and Review on the Philadelphia Parkway Afterward the sounding of Re treat will symbolize close of General Prices 47year career with the Guard Brigadier General Ed ward C Shannon Lieutenant Gov ernor of Pennsylvania has succeeded General Price as head of the Guard General Price was 64 last Thurs day At that age officers in the Na tional Guard must retire from active duty Todays ceremony means the mass ing of more troops in Philadelphia than at any time since the National Guard returned from Prance at the close of the World War In addition to the guardsmen famous regiments from other states will be present as guests The ceremony itself has never been held in Philadelphia before and Lieu tenant Colonel Robert Morris acting chief of staff says he does not recall that it has ever been held in any city street There will be no parade ex cept as the men pass General Price for their farewell salute At 330 p m the men will be lined up in company front formation on Continued on Last Page CAUGHT IN ROLLERS OF COAL CRUSHER When he lost his balance while trying to break a large lump of bituminous coal so that it would pass through the rollers of a crusher at the Essington plant of the Westing house Electric and Manufacturing Company Joseph Simpson 45 of Printz avenue Essington was caught in the rollers of the machine and had the muscles of both legs badly bruised Simpson who was unload ing a car when the accident hap pened wasalso buried under 20 tons of coal which continued to run from the chute of a car into the crusher Thoughtfulness on the part of a small Negro boy employed at the plant who saw Simpson fall intothe crusher by operating the controls and bringing the machinery to a stop saved the life of Simpson La borers rescued Simpson and took Mm to the Taylor Hospital Ridley Park for treatment of his injuries TWO IDESPONDENT MEN DRINK POISON Despondency over unemployment is he reason given for two suicide at tempts in this city during the night fiours Frank Mattera 39 of 109 Broomall street and Albert McGuire 26 of Green street Marcus Hook are n Chester Hospital suffering from the after effects of poison McGuires condition is considered to be serious Mattera tried to end his life by drinking poison at his home about 8 oclock last night He told members of his family what he had done and was taken to the hospital where a stomach pump was used effectively Vlattera was detained at the hospital for observation McGuires made his attempt to end lis financial problems and other wor ries at about 130a m this morning by drinking poison MEDIA INSTRUCTOR WINS FELLOWSHIP One of the most complete celebra tions of Boy Week was planned for the city of Chester at a meeting of the committee in charge held in the office of Walter H Craig direc tor of the department of parks and public property in City Hall Other members of the committee are Harry A Hynes merchant Wil liam H Krell representative of the Chester public schools Charles Elaine of the Kiwanis Club R H Diament representative of the Chester Boy Scouts Williard G Reese representa tive of the Chester Boys Club and Irvin C Bupp representative of the Chester Y M C A boys depart ment It is the intention of the committee to stage Chesters celebration in con junction with National Boys Week beginning Saturday April 29 and con tinuing to Saturday May 6 The boys in this city will have to begin their preparations for part of the weeks program immediately One of the principal events will be the annual pet and hobby show that met with such outstanding success last year Another competition that will require a great deal of labor and patience on the part of the boys is the aviation meet to be held on the first day of the celebration The Seventh Heaven for a boy Continued on Page Five FORMER ILL IN HOSPITAL Mrs Virginia Clyde Francis daugh ter of Samuel D Clyde wellknown business man of this city and a resi dent of Swarthmore is a patient in the Delaware Hospital Wilmington Del where she Is recovering from a serious illness Mrs Francis who now resides at 796 Green Hill avenue Wilmington is a former resident of this city and wellknown in the local social set Members of the family report that the latest announcements from the hospital show that her con dition is showing satisfactory im provement IT HAD TO COMEi JIGSAW DIVORCE CHICAGO March 25 Jigsaws step right up on a par with bridge and golf now as grounds for divorce It had to come of course Mrs Harriet Anderson was the first to bring the matter up in Chicago In her suit for divorce from Emil Anderson a contractor she charged he beat her because she exceeded her weekly allowance for jigsaw puzzles Mrs Robert Gray Taylor of Media an instructor in German at Bryn Vlawr College was announced by Dr Marion Edwards Park president yes erday as one of three recipients of fellowships She receives the Anna Ottendorfer Memorial Research Scholarship val ued at S1000 entitling her to a years study at some German University JEWS MINIMIZED War Veterans Group Sees Them Exaggerated But Admits Excesses BERLIN March Jewish War Veterans Association to day handed the United States em bassy in Berlin a statement condemn ing exaggerations in reports on antiSemitic acts here and requested that it be cabled to the United States Our duty toward our country as well as to the truth leads us to cor rect reports of alleged antiJewish atrocities the statement said in part Maltreatments and excesses have occurred which we are unwilling to excuse but such happenings are un avoidable in the case of revolution and the authorities have always ener getically intervened wherever feas ible NEW POSTOFFICE PROPOSITION IS AGAINJELAYED Information Received Here That Plans Have Been Set Aside Temporarily Action Attributed to the Failure of Site Owners to Reach Agreement Plans for the building of the pro posed new postoffice building in this city have been pigeonholed accord ing to a Washington dispatch to the Chester Times this morning No one in this city wns found that might be able to offer an explanation but Postmaster John K Hagerty and others who were interested in the project say it is probably due to the fact that government agents and owners of properties on the proposed site were unable to reach an amicable agreement concerning land values The postoffice wns to have been built on a lot bounded by Edgmont avenue Fifth street and a point near Water street Plans for the federal building were completed last year by Philadelphia architects and every thing was in readiness to proceed with the building until steps to purchase the land were taken when prices asked by some who own parcels were con sidered prohibitive To reach some sort of agreement the government appointed a jury of viewers comprising Attorney John E McDonough William Provost Jr and Samuel R Bell They conducted hearings in the Federal building for several days before making their recommendations to the government It is said that six of the home own ers who occupy the site were willing to accept the governments price but two Others would not do so Business men and civic leaders have done everything in their power to aid in having the project consummated but so far their efforts have been in vain Chester is bndly in need of a new postofflce and will very probably get one in the future but as many point out another site will probably be selected JAPANS SPOKESMAN Tinicum Scoffs at Wild Wolf Story Explanation of Japans withdrawal from the League of NationsAssembly was expected from Ypsukc Matauokawho led Japans holtin dc it Geneva m the course of his visit to the United States cnrbutc to ToWo with his co leagues MalMioka is shown hereus he arrived in New Yore He is mentioned us the probable next Japanese ambassador to the First a flood and then a story of an escaped wolf So goes the exceedingly exciting life of the hamlet of Tinicum where during the past week certain resi dents found it necessary to drag a hefty oar and use the family rowboat when making social calls on neigh bors The wolf story had its origin in Philadelphia where lives Constable Eddie Abrams owner of a kennel on Tinicum roadabove Lester place resembles or to be more exact until yesterday did resemble a min iature zoo with its many prized bloodhounds two bears and a wolf or two as added measure But then came a flood of the marsh lands There was water everywhere in fact there still is at Tinicum and the onetime popular melody Mov ing Day in Jungle Town was de picted in true style when it became necessary to transfer the animals to other quarters Following the transfer it was re ported that counting of noses failed to tally for the presence of Fido who according to the farms social registry is a threeyearold Canadian timber wolf The story of the escaped wolf was widely circulated among the Lester populace but later it was found to be without foundation There was nothing to It was the way one resident put it this morning when speaking of the incident Continuing she said The families along that road say they dont have o worry about keeping a wolf from their door forthey have to row in and out of the thoroughfare them selves and wolves dont like water And anyway the rest of us have been so busy fighting the proverbial wolf at ones door for so long a time that weve about concluded that one more xvouldnt matter SWORN AS AMBASSADOR WASHINGTON March Robert W BIngham Louisville pub isher was sworn in as ambassador to 3reat Britain by his friend Supreme Sourt Justice Louis Brandels in a ceremony late yesterday at the jus tices home I Two Chester Men Plead Guilty to Possession of Homebrew BERLIN March are convinced that the full rights of the Jewish people in Germany will be preserved the Central Union of the Jewish Faith announced last night Foreign reports of violation of Jewish cemeteries and maltreatment of Jewish girls and children were branded as untrue LONDON March 25 CUP The World Alliance for combating anti Semiticism has demanded a boycott on German goods as a result of al leged attacks on Jews In Germany The world alliance not only has called a boycott on German goods Continued on Last Page The effect of the new beer bill on local bootleggers was seen yesterday when Judge John M Broomall meted out the lightest sentences ever given violators of the liquor laws when he fined one man and another S100 and suspended the jail sentences in each case The defendants Michael Manning of che 600 block Mcllvaine street this city and Louis Mattero of Milmont both entered pleas of guilty to pos sessing homebrew Matteros tested 3 per cent alcoholic content less than that allowed in the bill signed by President Roosevelt on Wednesday A similiar leniency was shown by Judge Broomall towards Anthony Minka a baker of this city and his wife Antoinette when they ap peared for sentence on a liquor charge Each was fined and costs and placed on probation for three years A small quantity of liquor was found in Minkas store when it was raided by county de tectives Alexander Small of Lansdownc was given from 1 to 2 years in the county jail and fined and costs on a charge of attempting to commit arson Small was accused of trying to burn his home following a dispute with his wife and other members of Continued on Page Five COUNTYmiS PLANCAMPAIGN Supporters of Eighteenth Amendment Elect Of ficers at Media Meeting An unexpected dry sentiment is growing in Delaware County led by the Allied Citizens in Support of the Eighteenth Amendment the organ ization which sponsored the mass meeting heldInst week in the Media Armory Last night definite and decisive action was taken by these dry forces at a meeting held at theMedia Inn Gteptrwure taken to whip the organ ization into shape when were formed and plans made to start immediately the work of preserving the Eighteenth Amendment in Penn sylvania Of primary importance was the resolution adopted which in effect provides for an executive com mittee to consist of two members from each voting precinct in the county for the purpose of organizing the voters and doing all things nec essary to conduct a campaign to elect to the constitutional convention delegates who will vote against the proposed amendment to the consti tution of the United States intended Continued on Page Five BLOCKED TRAFFIC MOTORIST IS FINED Charged with violation of the parking ordinrxncp Harry DlzengofT of 323 West Second street was fined in police court this morning Dizcngoff parked his automobile on Fourth street in such a manner that trolley traffic on that street was held up for 20 mlHutcs police say The car doors were locked and police were unable to move the vehicle MISSION HELPERS AT SHARON HILL The regular meeting of the Cornelia Connelly Association of Mission Helpers will be held at the convent of the Holy Child Jesus Sharon Hill tomorrow at 245 p m A day of recollection for the mem bers and their friends will be held at the convent on Palm Sunday April 9 Reservations may be made by communicating with the directress of the association at the convent before April 2 Two Darby Residents and Chester Negro Sentenced by Judge Davison Two Darby men convicted of con ductingthe number game were sent to the county prison yesterday by Judge Watson R DavLson Eddie Braun of GIG Darby terrace wns fined and sentenced to a term of six months to two years His companion John J Duffy of the same address was fined and jailed lor two months to she months Judge Davison sentenced Harry Ashton Negro of Bryn Mawr to pay a fine of and serve from four months to three years in the county jail Ashton had pleaded guilty to violating the liquor laws Harry Pitts Negro of this city who had pleaded guilty to writing num bers was sent to jail for one year in addition to being fined 5200 Judge Davison sentenced Theodore ShulerNegro who admitted driving a truck in Sharon Hill while under the influence of liquor to pay a fine of and serve from two months to three years In the county prison Sen tence was deferred on Joseph Daley or West Philadelphia who had pleaded guilty to conspiracy to com mit robbery Henry Siemck of West Third street this city who had pleaded guilty to Continued on Page Five One man was severely cut and bruised and two cars badly damaged when a sedan driven by Walter S Briggs of Drcxel Hill collided with a coupe driven by George Green Negro of Media Park at the inter section of Front and Orange streets Media early last evening Brings suffered from cuts shock and mouth injuries and was treated by a nearby physician Officers Shultz and Kclley arrived on the scone shortly after the accident and took thejinjurcd man to the doctor COAL MAGNATE DIES Henry Wharton 67 member of one of Philadelphias oldest families and wealthy coal magnate died In the Chestnut Hill Hospital Philadelphia lost night following a surgical oper ation How Will Beer Bill Effect County Seat Charter VOLUNTEER WORKERS AT CLOTHING CENTER Volunteer workers of the Chester Chapter American Red Cross who will be on duty morning and after noon next Tuesday at the clothing distribution center Seventh and Welsh streets where Negro clients of welfare organizations and churches of the city will be pivcnneeded gar ments are as follows Mrs William Duncan MUSS Mary Bonner Miss Sadie Grossman Mrs Margaret Schwalbc Mrs W G Crothcrs and Mrs Truman Pullen Others will be assigned to the group as the work warrants an additional force CLUB OWNER SLAIN LEXINGTON Mass March Mulvey 65 proprietor of the Mohawk Club was beaten to death early today during a battle with several men in the club according to police A man who gave his name as Ralph P Prain 35 was arrested U S TREASURY WASHINGTON March Treasury balance as of March 23 554095784171 49523 customs receipts When beer comes back will It be sold in Media This is the question that is being discussed at the Countv Seat for Media has never had a licensed saloon or hotel within its confines The special act of assembly which created the borough of Media provided that no Intoxicating beverages should be manufactured or sold there The speculation arises out of the fact that the new beer law passed by Congress declares that the new bev erage is not Intoxicating and there fore not under the bsn of the char ter provisions of Media However if the Pennsylvania Legis lature decides that courts shall license places to sell the new beer it is a debatable question whether a license would be granted for any place in Media One citizen is so strong in his convictions that he has offered to wager to that beer will not be legally sold in Media The bill incorporating the borough of Media was introduced at Harris burg by James J Lewis the repre sentative from this county on Janu ary 30 1850 The bill passed and was signed by Governor Johnson on March 10 The prohibitory clause reads 1n part It shall not be lawful for any person or persons to vend or sell vinous spirituous or other intoxicat Page Five WOMAN IS SLAIN BODY FOUND AT COUNTRY CLUB Shot to Death While Mem bers Entertain Inside Heard No Sounds Tragedy Occurs Over Phila Line in Montgomery Co Killers Escape The telephone number of a mar ried man scrawled on a slip of paper emerged today as the sole clue to the identity of an attractive 30yearold woman corpus delicti in a reallife country club mystery The womans body with one bul let through the head and another through the heart was found in a drive near the exclusive Cedarbrook Country Club Cheltenham township Montgomery county early today In her purse police found the telephone number some small change a crucifix religious medals keys and several foreign stamps The telephone number was re vealed as that of a married man with a large family in declining to divulge his name detectives said the man professed astonishment over discovery of his telephone number in the purse Circumstances of the crime ledto the belief that the murder itself was tne culmination of a carefully planned and skilfully executed plot it was believed the victim was lured to the lonely country club road by a man who three times last night te ephoncd the clubhouse to ascer tain that no social affairs were on the nights program Frank Schniztcr 60 night watch man said a young couple notified mm they had found the body and then disappeared before he could learn their names The body lay on the service drive of the club 150 feet south of the main entrance and about 250 yards east of the clubhouse There was a bullet wound in the head and another in the chest The bodv was badly bruised arid the mouth had been crushed with a rock Signs of a struggle nearby led detectives to believe the woman who wns about 42 and soon to have become a mother was killed where she was found and not dropped there from an automobile She appeared to have fought furiously with the slayer A man and woman who reported at the clubhouse that they found the body disappeared when anat tendant started to call police but their license number is believed to be known and police say they will be traced Richard Reisnyder Montgomery county detective said it looksas if racketeers may havedone it when he had completed a preliminary in vestigation of thescene The woman was five feet eix inches tall and weighed 160 pounds bhc had an olive complexion dark Continued on Last Page DISMISSESBUS SERVICE COMPLAINT HARRISBURG Pa March Public Service Commission today dlmissed the complaint of the Aronlmink Transportation Company Delaware county against the bus service provided tenants by the own ers of the Shirley Corporation apart ment house Upper Darby The commission decided the service the corporation provided to carry ita tenants between the Sixtyninth station and its apartment houses was not a public engagement but is private in character HARRISBURG March Governor Pinchot today vetoed tha McClurc Senate bill fixing a flat pen al ity on failure to meet instalment payments of municipal taxes said McClures bill would Increase the confusion and add to the lack of uniformity in the tax collection system A man at Media on trial blamed magic as his downfall No wonder some of our lawmakers want to pre vent magic and its inner workings A fellow here struck a car being driven by State cops No doubt he had no idea where he was going Mike Honan is going up in the world since they made turn police magistrateThey elevated his bench nine inches in police court Some beer dispensers are planning for free lunch Probably figuring they wont be short of customers Pretzel manufacturers are said to be using more salt with beer coming back Probably figuring there will be more sugar in it for the brewers John Bessinger spent yesterday morning in court at Media We merely print this for his information Automobile club officials say pedes trians should wear white at night And not a few night drivers we know ought to wear stripes Weather WASHINGTON March UP Forecast for tonlgrht and Sunday Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey Rain or snow tonight prob ably ending Sunday morning slowly rising temperature tonight Western Pennsylvania Snow or rain this afternoon and tonight Stm day generally fair slightly colder in southwest portion TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m36 10 a m40 7 am39 H a in 42 8 a m 42 Noon 42 9 am
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