Chester Times, April 10, 1933

Chester Times

April 10, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - April 10, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE IIONTSS ENDING JDECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH 17563 Diily Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INSV CHESTER PA MONDAY APRIL 10 1933 TWO CENTS SEE PROSPECT OF HARMONY ON PA PROGRAM Legislative Conferees Meet With Gov Pinchot to Discuss Situation Working Out Plan to Feed 2000000 Needy Persons Over tile State BODY RECOVERED HARRISBURG Pa April of Republican state organization legislators on the ques tion of administering relief de veloped new prospects of a settlement of the unemployment relief program at todays conference in Governor Pinchots office Thirtytwo men representing every branch of the state government in terested in relief were participating in the conference to determine a plan to provide funds for feeding Pennsylvanias 2000000 needy the rest of this month all of May and from June 1 until the need ends The state organization legislators announced before entering the meet ing that they would agree to amend the Talbpt appropriation bill to give the entire amount to the State Emergency Relief Board to be expended as necessary At pres ent 515000000 of the appropriation is given directly to county poor boards This capitulation formed the key stone of a program of raising 00000 for relief promulgated by five legislators Speaker Grover C Tal bot and Reps Peters of Montgom ery Rice of Dauphin Turner of Delaware and Hutton of Franklin To the the Talbot bill would provide would be added S20 00000 in Federal money and the pro ceeds of a bond issue on which the voters will ballot in Novem ber Unencumbered balances of pres ent funds and probable use of part of the treasury balance paid in by the Dorrance estate would provide the balance The Dorranca money under their plan would be used for immediate re lief needs Pinchot says present funds can not last out this week Those who entered the Governors office for the conference included Pinchot Lieutenant Governor Edward C Shannon Speaker Talbot State Treasurer Edward Martin and Audi tor General Charles Waters all mem bers of the State Relief Board Eric Biddle assistant director of the board Secretary of Highways Samuel Lewis and two of his assistants Controller Thomas Frye and Chief Engineer Samuel Eckels Secretary of Revenue Leon Metzger Budget Secretary Ed vvard Logan Attorney General Wil liam Schnader and the following leg islators Representatives Sterling and Blum berg Philadelphia John Kane and Steedle Allegheny Hermansen Lu zerne Sarig Berks Wade Cumber land Turner Delaware Rics Dau phin Dunmire and Boyd Westmore land Rhodes Monroe Peters Mont gomery CaputOy Beaver BechteL Schuylkill Andrews Cambria and Delaware Rice Adams Sordoni Luzerne and Scott Centre The conferees represented every shade of political factionalism in the State Legislature which begins its fifteenth week tonight NAVY STARTS ITS PROBE OF AKRON AIRSHIP CRASH McCLURE SEEKS TO PASS REPEAL BILL OVER VETO Rear Admiral Butler in j Inequalities Cured by Dry Charge at Lakehurst Convention Me a sure N J Air Station Passed in Assembly Recovered Watersoaked Senator Brands Pinchot Note Book Gives Evi Objections as Evasion dence Wiley Is Present ADMIRAL WILLIAM A MOFFETT BODY OF ADMIRAL MOFFETT FOUND Akron Victim Picked Up by Cutter Two Others Recovered NEW YORK April body of Rear Admiral William A Moffett Navy air chief lost with more than 70 other men when the Akron crashed inthe sea of New Jersey was recovered today according to a mes sage received by Naval communication It was recovered by the crew of the Coast Guard cutter Daphne at a point about 40 miles northeast of At lantic City Tho bodies of Commander Frank C McCord master and Commander Fred T Berry commander of the Lakehurst Naval Air Station were picked up yesterday about ten miles from the place the Akron crashed Sixtyeight bodies remain to be found Salvage ships converged upon the Continued on Page Fourteen and Subterf us COURTROOM NAVAL AIR STA KARRISBURG April TION LAKEHURST N J April 10iState Senator John J McClure of and watersoaked Delaware county was represented as determined today to make an attempt watersoaked the property of one of note book the men who went down with the Akron was produced today as the Naval Court of Inquiry began its ef forts to determine the cause of the disaster The note book was identified by Lieut Commander H V Wiley one of the Akron survivors as the prop erty of Lieut James H Dugan Catpnsville Md The book was recovered by search ing vessels near the scene of the dis aster yesterday and was rushed to the court room and introduced as one of the first pieces of evidence Wiley said the observations noted in the book agreed exactly with his own recollections of the hours preceding the fatal crash It contained details of buoyance static condition of the ship and other particulars not immediately followed up by questioning Judge Advocate Pennoyer also in troduced as evidence a chart drawn from memory by Wiley to show the course of the Akron before it ran into the shattering storm off Barne gat Light Wiley who said at the outset of the question that he had 110 com plaint against any officer of the Akron amplified the report he ren dered to Secretary of Navy Swanson last weak He told of receiving word from to override Governor Pinchots veto of the constitutional convention bill which would allow Pennsylvania to act on prohibition repeal Action to pass a bill over executive veto is rare in the journals of the Pennsylvania Legislature Veterans go back to the administration of of Governor Pattison at the beginning of the century for a precedent Piiichpt refused to sign McClures convention bill because he claimed RECEIVE MEDALS MARKING PENNS ARRIVAL Continued on Page Fourteen IRATE CUSTOMERS HALT BEER SALES While many sections report jubilant news over the sale of legal beer the manager of a First Ward grocery store selling beer ori Saturday dis covered to his grief there Avere many persons who are opposed to the sale of the amber He found this when his regular customers failed rvappear for their weekend order of groceries and meats Later he found cne woman who told him as long as he sold beer the opponents of the sales would purchase their sup plies elsewhere He took the hint ripped ouc the beer sales cards and shipped twenty cases of the brew back to Philadelphia BEER TO BE SOLD IN WASHINGTON April Bser is to be sold in the restaurant of the House side of the Capitol The House Accounts Committee today voted to permit it and will in struct Frank Verdi manager of the restaurant to take up with local authorities tho matter of securing a license Theve will be no bar however only bottled beer being permitted STOLE BARREL OF DISHES BEER TAX TO AID PENNSYLVANIA 523000000 RELIEF FUND HARRISBURG Pa April State leaders agreed today to raise a unemployment relief fund to be financed by economies and a beer tax The proposed tax on 32 per cent alcoholic beverages would be a barrel or one cent a quart REVEAL MISTAKE ON AKRON DURING STORM COURT ROOM NAVAL AIR STATION LAKE HURST N J April mistake in carrying out the orders of the captain of the Akron when the dirigible was fighting storms on her final voyage was revealed today in testimony before the naval court of inquiry Commander H V Wiley the only surviving officer testified that Commander Frank C McCord told him he had ordered a 15degree change in course The order was misunderstood Wiley said McCord told him and the course was changed 50 degrees the setup of 17 delegatesatlarge and one delegate from each of 34 con gressional districts was unfair per mitted nullifying possibilities and did not represent the opinion of the voters The Governor recommended delegates be chosen from the 50 state senatorial districts McClure came back today with a statement which claimed there was nothing in the Pinchot proposition for senatorial district delegates but eva sion and subterfuge He charged that the dry Pinchot sought to prevent the state from ex pressing its approval of the Twenty Royaliy of Knjrland and the Netherlands will rccclvn medals commemorating the 250th anniversary of the landing ofWilliam Venn in Pennsylvania Here Gluirlcs F Jenkins chairman of the Medal Committee of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania is shown at the ceremony In Philadelphia presentingthe medals to the Hon Frederick Watson British Consul General at Philadelphia and P J Ciroendaal consul of the Netherlands who received them on behalf of King George and Queen Mary of England and Oucen YVilhel Jiiinn of ivMv LIFT PTtlCES IS DEMAND ON AS HIS NEXT TASK Measures Seeo Necessary to Counteract Recent Drastic Deflation Officials Uncertain How to Proceed Congress May Force of Netherlands respectively IDEAL WEATHER FOR PALM SUNDAY Services in the Churches Well Attended Ve hicular Traffic Heavy A burgular who forced entry tothe home of a Mrs Baxter at 604 Con gress avenue during the early hours today astole a barrel of dishes valued at to a police report Balmy spring weather marked Palm Sunday yesterday and the apprecia tive change from winter tempera tures worked magic for the long suf fering citizens and they replied in fashion From daybreak until late yester day morning devout thousands wended their way to thsir respective places of worship and the warmth of the summerlike afternoon lured thousands to the open spaces hun dreds motoring to the seashore The bright yellow palm Isaf with its green fringe was in evidence everywhere It could be seen pinned to the coat lapels of men the new j spring suits of women and misses and in the hands of children Th3 palm symbol of the branches cast in the path of Christ on his triumphal entry into Jerusalem by the multitudes that adored Him was HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Continued on Last Pajrc MEL EMPLOYES Action Follows the Firms Announcement of Wage Cut No Disorder SEN JOHN j MCCLURE first Amendment repealing federal prohibition As a dry and representing he minority he uses his powei to BEERS COMEBACK GIVES MORE WORK SURVEY SHOWS Increased Patronage Em ployment for Brewery Workers Reported Restaurants in New York Sell More Salesmen In crease Seen NEW YORK April creased patronage of restaurants and hotels and additional employment for waiters and brewery workers was re ported from cities all over the coun try in a United Press survey today of the immediate result of the legaliza tion of beer The ringing or cash registers was not confined to sale of the new bev erage Restaurants said they sold more food hotels said they were bet ter filled than usual Milwaukee famous as a bscr center before prohibition reported 5100 men were at xvork in Its breweries as com pared with 1500 a year ago Hotels said their business was greater than in many months and that more sales men were on the road The Milwau kee Journal ard News published more advertising in single issues than at any time since 1931 In Chicago Secretary Maurice C F Cohn of the Waiters Union said all j 1500 members were employed over the weekend for the first time in months The Palmer House dining room did the biggest days business in its history and had to turn away Continued on Page Fourteen TWO CARS DAMAGED NO ONE INJURED Two automobiles were damaged this morning in a collision at Oak lane and Chester pike Glenolden The accident happened about 130 oclock when a car driven by Leon Reese of the 1000 block Poplar street Wilming ton Del drove put Oak lane onto Chester pike in the path of a car driven by J A Smith of 2733 North Fairhill street Philadelphia Patrolman William Gorman of the Glenolden police force arrested both drivers and took them to the office of Magistrate Walter S Swartley in Glenolden who assessed a fine of and costs on Reese for disregardinga stop sign before entering a State high way Both drivers reached an amicable agreement as to the settle ment for damages to the cars No one was injured In the collision SIXTH ROBBERY AT JEWELRY STORE For the sixth time in the past few years the display window of Roubcrts jewelry store at Sixth and Market streets was broken by a brick thrower early this morninp and merchandise valued at approximately was stolen The robbery was not discovered until 1 a m A gaping hole was broken in the window leading to the entrance The loot consisted of an electric clock mesh bags bracelets and wrist bands COURT REFUSES TAXPAYERS PLEA IN RAMSEY CASE Intervention in Bond Suit Refused by Two Judges in Opinions MUSCLE SHOALS MESSAGE GOES TO CONGRESS President Asks Power for Government Operation of Huge Plant Third Member of Court Is sued Dissenting Views Law Interpreted Continued on Page Fourteen CLOUDY WEATHER OCCASIONAL RAIN Mostly occasional showers is the forecast for today and tomorrow in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware ana Maryland The highest temperature here yes terday was 66 degrees at 530 pm and the lowest was 43 at G30 a m The average was 54 or four above normal The highest temperature ever recorded here on April 9 was 83 in 1022 and the lowest was 27 in 1885 Sunrise today was at 531 a m and sunset will be at 634 p m Eastern Standard time TOTRUN CHARGE FACED BY MOTORIST Employes cf the manufacturing departments of the Irving Worsted mills located at Ninth and Mcllvaine streets staged a walkout this morning following announcement by mill officials of a wage cut Shortly after the plant began op erating for the day the announce ment was made the striking em ployes assert and when the word was passed around a general walkout followed The employes created no scene or confusion merely leaving their machines and benches and making their way to the street out side the building Here they stood for several hourswith no showof violenceand no attempt to reenter the plant A few who remained at their posts were dismissed shortly after the walkout as the plant was crippled by the cassation of labor in the production department In the of Continusd on Page Fourteen AT LEXINGTON B AH Forlorn Ozlti Babee Double Shuffle Drombo Bronx Park Judge Urban Tea Lee Double Nujjget transact Harry Boy Fair Grade Guinea Sabre Slash Wachs Santa Sophia Fly Red Forage Jim Cacair Flyinsr Flynn Sir Michael Chest nut Tree Baggage Master Sunlow Packard Marion Ormont Betty Beau Transmit Betty Far rell Weather clear track fast Will Urge Legislature to RetainEdmonds Act Five men said to be members of a gang of robber suspects are being held by local police who will question them in an effort to clear up a series of store robberies in the western section of the city The suspects are slated as Ignatius Opps 29 of Trainer street Samuel Pollack 39 Front and Booth streets Joseph Kanigcski 34 Second street and Highland avenue Walter Stud zinski 19 Front and Highland ave nue and Joseph Zakielarz of Second An automobile said by police to have been driven by Barrett Duke j of the 900 block Elsinorc street fig TTT7T i urcd in a lljt run accident at flEjJuU Ninth street and Morton avenue early yesterday morning The incident was reported by Reynolds Lilly of Lin wood who gave police the names of several witnesses Lilly says his car was struck on the side and almost overturned by the impact The Linwood driver says he win testify against the accused driver when the latter is arrested PETITION IN BANKRUPTCY Elmer E McNutt and Carolyn E McNutt of Lahsdowne filed a sched ule of liabilities and assets in bank Would Create Corporate Body to Plan for Its Development WASHINGTON April INS President Roosevelt today asktyl Con gress for authority to make a vast laboratory out of the Tennessee Val ley in which he proposes to under take one of the most unique experi ments in social and economic realign ment ever attempted in American his tory In a special message the Executive requested creation of a Tennessee Valley corporation clothed with the power of govern ment but possessed of the flexibility and initiative of a private enterprise The Roosevelt plates One Federal operation of Muscle Shoals Two Construction ot a dam in Cove Creek Three Trans mission and distribution of heat power and electricity Four Flood control Five Soil Erosion Six Af fcesfcatlon Seven Elimination from agricultural use of marginal lands and Eight Distribution and diversifi on the part of Injc payers will not be allowed in the suit to collectfrom the bonding company the amount of the bond covering tax collections of William T Ramsey former tax collector of Chester In opinions filed by two of the county ludges the petition of ten taxpayers o intervene is reused although in a hircl opinion the taxpayers right s upheld President Judge W Roger Fronc flcld and Judge John M Broomall lave held in their opinions that the has discretionary powers in acting on the petition of a group of taxpayers to enter such a suit Judge Albert Dutton MacDade 5n a dis senting opinion holds that that law makes it mandatory for the Court to frrant permission when apetition i presented On May 20 1932 the county en tered judgment on the bond of Wil liam T Ramsey in the sum of 380 posted by the American Surety Company of New York for the col lection of 1931 taxes by Ramsey Damages were assessed under date of July 10 Then a group of ten tax payers with James L Rankin acting as counsel presented a petition foi permission to go into court and prosecute the suit against the surctj cpmpariy on behalf of the county 1 A reply to this petition was made by County Solicitor Albert J Wll liams on behalf of the County Com missioners on October 16 with a supplemental answer on Novembo WASHINGTON April The next basic task facing President Roosevelt is to lift prices Pressure for action to this end is growing on all sides in the formof talk for inflation Officials recognize frankly that measures are necessary to conteract the drastic deflation which has con tinued through the first few weeks of the new administration as a result of locking up of billions of dollars of bank deposits and of drastic curtail ment of government expenses They are uncertain how to proceed Congress may force the issue In flationists in the Senate are talking xbout testing their strength through mcndments to the farm bill Demands for action are based on ho contention that business rwili not expand until prices start up Some in he administration want to wait in hc hope that natural causes will start the climb They point to current rises in vheat hogs and other farm products They count on impending passage of he farm relief bill to support this endency They think this plus the purt in some lines caused by heavy beer sales may prime the economic engine Others notably Secretary of Agri culture Wallace believe more aggres sive artificial restoration isneeded Two maiii proposals are urged One is a public works bond issue of at least This is fa vored by men like Senators Wagner Dem N Y and LaPollette Repn Whs Its advocates believe such a fund devoted1 to self liquidating proj ects would provide employment and business activity which would speed up circulation of money The second major proposal is for cutting down the value of the dollar This is urged by a group of business men Including such figures as James Rand Jr of RemingtonRand Frank Vandcrlip the former banker Continued on Fourteen TAKEN FROM RIVER The corpse of a drowned man was found floating in the Delaware oppo site the plant of the Philadelphia Electric Company at the foot of Ward street by Captain Louis Mc Quillen of the U S Engineering De partment in charge of the tug Listen this morning The body in an advanced state of decomposition removed to the morgue of Deputy Coroner White at Third and NorrLs streets The man was nbout six feet In height and weighed in the neighbor hood of 170 pounds The body was clad in jumper and two pairs pants The jumper was lined with a blue padding He wore black shoes and they were daubed with paint smears He had on a blue working shirt a B V p combination union suit and a pair of canvas working gloves There was a black belt with a silver buckle bearing the initial Continued on Last IN FALSE ALARM Pearl Glbbs 53 Negro craved ex cjtcment last night but she selected the wrong way to get it and Phillip K This group Is lobbying aggressively in Congress aud among members of the admini stration The amount of gold in a dollar is fixed by law This group would re duce thai amount It would in other words shorten the yardstick by which values of commodities are measured money would be required to buy a given article This group argues If such a step were taken or were even thought to be imminent the public would rush to buy before prices went up and in that process business activity would Jump rapidly ACCUSED BY GIRL FACES DEPORTATION Cries of in thevicinity of Third and Kcrlin streets at 3 a m today led Patrolman James Cauley to the house at 210 Kerlhvstreet where Helen Corolla an attractive young woman was hanging out a sec ondstory window Cauley entered and arrested the girls stepfather Jasper Matranger 40 who the girl said had chased her with a razor In police court today the girl recited a pathetic tale of the abuse her mother and herselfare fre quently subjected to by the man She also revealed that he had previously been convicted of a similar charge She informed the police that the man had entered this country illegally After hearing the young womans talc which was corroborated by younger sisters Magistrate Hbnan sentenced the defendant to serve 90 Pearl who had been in police court days in the county prison and ordered and Thurlow streets The five were ruptcy proceedings in the United X1 arrested by Captain of Detectives states District rnnrt I Feenev and Detectives Dougherty and I ISSa McDowell of the local police Feeney and Detectives Dougherty and Hardman AT TANFORAN IVIyrtha Weather clear j irack fast The Edmonds Act is the rock of Gibraltar about which the stormy waves of legislation seethe and splash at Harrisburg It is the oasis in which the crusaders of modern edu cation find a haven of protection for their ideals and ideas Those who believe that economy in State finance budgeting must include a drastic rearrangement of teachers salaries and educational appropria tion are attempting to blast away the rock and remove the beautiful Prom all over the Stats an army of determined men and women are gathering to the defense of the storm center of education v In the 12 years that the Edmonds Act has been in effect no legislative provision has at any time been passed lowering the standards or detracting from the effectiveness of this whole instrument of educational progress The Act was an outgrowth of the conditions existing in education rc jvcalcd from statistics gathered in i examinations ol army applicants for the World War These cold facts revealed that we were a nation of sixth graders that threa par cent of these examined were below a 10 WORLDS SPEED MARK RECORDED Italian Seaplane Zooms Miles Per Hour Over Lake Garda department was notified of the dis covery by Captain McQuillcn and an investigation started before admitted she had been drink ing during the day Shortly before midnight she deckled to call out the firemen go she turned in an alarm from Second and Pulton streets The only trouble sending in fhe alarm was that a member of the Franklin Fire Company saw her This fireman Prank Varano inquired as to the scene of the fire and she told him at her home but she couldnt sny her home was located She admitted sending in the alarm and Magistrate Honan held her in bail for court BATE FOR TWO INQUESTS An Inquest in the case of Aiithony Allen Negro Trainer who died in the Chester Hospital yesterday of in juries received when he was brutally beaten by two Negroes now in cus tody will be held at the office of E P White Third and Norrisstreets by Coroner J E Schcehle Wednesday afternoon An inquest in the case of John McAllister who was killed by an automobile at Ninth and Butler him held for immigration officials The prisoner admitted being in this country 20 years buthad nevertaken steps to become a citizen POUND DEAD BED POTTSVTLLE Pa April C Reese 68 Schuylkill county poor director was found dead in bed at his home here was immediately streets last Thursday nighb also 1 be held Wednesday mentality that DESENZANO Italy April Officer Francisco Famous Also Author and Philosopher Sage of Princeton in three was papers or write a letter home that every 557 of every 1000 men were dis eased or defective that 212 of every 1000 men or one out of every five was rejected It was shown that trained minds and healthy bodies become the na tions greatest asset andthe lack of them the nations greatest liability The recognition of these facts re sulted in an examination of the ef fectiveness of the public schools The soldiers and prospective soldiers had received schooling and training In adequate to prepare them for the duties of the emergency much less effective living cither because ft public schools were not geared to me the demands of the period or because Agello set a new world speed record ased PRINCETON 2TJ April Henry Van Dyke world famous miles an meters was set by Flight Lt G Stainforth of Great Britain orr Sept 29 1931 Agello a young warrant officer In the Italian air force made his flight over Lake Garda in a Macchi plane towered by two Flat engines with a total of 2850 horsepower Agello was a reserve flier in the Cup seaplane races of 1029 died today at his home in r 1 iPrinceton in his eighty first year LRevered The Sage of Princeton Chester Woman and Meet After Many Years A World War Buddie and the Chester Times were responsible for the happy reunion of a woman and searching for years The mother Mrs Emma LUley of 2100 Edgmont avenue this city and the son Oliver Marsh who was born 32 years ago of a first marriage and who e suburbs of Newark her son who nad been each other for many in V S TREASURY BALANCE Continued on Last Page WASHINGTON April the The treasury net balance for April 7 test was 553554340838 Expenditures that day were 14704 Custom re ceipts for the month through April 10 were m ouu rf m Pro N J were aided in their reunion by a fessorships in foreign universities and high acclaim in the field of letters Death came peacefully while he Ucu iiift uvciuijji jjcijjei and Urbane Dr Van Dykes Monday night an exserviceman who repeated through all his would not divulge his idenity spotted i lectures was that TY chain of circumstance in which the Chester Times played a prominent part Reading his evening paper last writings and lectures was that the world Is getting better From his cloistered retreat at Avalon his Princeton home he had up to the last sent out to the world his mes sages of cheer He was born on November 10 1852 at Germantown Pa His father was an article which attracted his atten tion by the peculiar nature of the circumstances surrounding the story The news article told of the separa tion 32 years ago of a mother and her child at the time of a marital scpera tion of the efforts of the mother to seek her son who she claimed had been placed Sn an institution by his Continued on Page Fourteen father Oliver Marsh and his grand mother The heartbroken mother who claims she was unjustly robbed of her son by legal action based on a claim that she was unable to take care of the child went to the various bureaus in the city of Philadelphia and attempted to prove her ability to take cape of the child better than anyone else Referred to the institution in which the child had been placed she ascer tained that adopted the he had been legally officials of the home refusing to divulge the identity of the foster parents claiming that such action would violate the agreement of adoption Through lack of funds the mother was powerless to legally contest the case She was later mar ried a second time and is at present a widow At the time of her second marriage the woman talcing another name made the search more difficult than it could formerly have been and for Continued on PasTC Fourteen Topics of Times Children will have a lot of fun with egg hunts next Sunday We know several who enjoyed a man hunt yesterday So far we havent heard anyone say heres in Welsh In that language its Cwrwl Try it Charlie Busher doesnt know which is worse for an automobile a loose tire or a tight driver President Roosevelt presents an old Dutch brick to New York Mu seum But he seems intent on pre venting presentation of gold bricks to investors A man fishing in Florida caught a kinftftsh and died from the excite ment Thats a dangerous sport dowa Louisiana way too The box score for Germany thus far seems to be A million huns one Hitler and a long string of errors Season of summerromance icom ing on now Young couples should remember that many a beach ro mance that starts on the sands winds up on the rocks The Weather WASHINGTON April cloudy tonight and Tuesday Showers Tuesday night and possibly in extreme west portion Tuesday afternoon Mostly cloudy tonight and day showers Tuesday and possibly along the lake tonight little change in temperature r TODAYS TEMPER ATITRES 6 a 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m 10 a m 48 11a m56 52Noon 58 50 1 p m 62 52 2 p ra63 ;