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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - April 11, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE riONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31 1932 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News ofthe Day 57TH 17564 Daily Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA TUESDAY APRIL 11 1933 SUNDAY SPORTS BILL IS PASSED BY SENATE 2722 Finally Gives People Chance to Decide by Ref erenda on Ball Games Now Up to Governor Pin chot Modifies Blue Law of 1794 HARRISBtTRG April Pennsylvanias Senace today voted finally to give the people of the state an opportunity to decide for them selves whether they want Sunday baseball and football The decision now rests with Governor Gifford Pinchot The Schwartz bill permitting local referenda swept over its final legis lative hurdle when the Senate adopted the conference report on the measure The vote was 27 for adop tion and 22 against There was no debate The affirmative side gained one vote since the last roll call Sena tor Bell Fayettc joining the ayes The rest of the roll call was pre cisely the same as when the upper branch first passed the measure on March 21 On that date the House refused to concur in amendments and the measure was thrown intoa con ference committee The vote means that for the first time a Pennsylvania governor will be forced topass upon legislation in tended to modify the blue laws that wereenacted in 1794 Whether Gov ernor Pihchot will sign the bill is purely speculative The most ardent liberals concede there is not a chance of overriding a possible veto The Senate roll call today on the bill conference report follows For adoption Armstrong JBaumer Bell Boyd Buckrnan Coyne Einstein Frazier Harris Harvey Howell Hun sicker Krause Mansfield McClure Miller Owlett Quigley Roberts Salus Shapiro Sordoni Stauden meier Trainer Woodward Ziesen heim Against adoption Batchelor Bennett Brandt Chap man Clary Ealy Fay Gelder Graff Homsher Lanius Norton Parkinson Pethick Prince Read Rice Scott Snyder Jones Thompson William son LOCAL CHURCHES CONTRIBUTE TO FUND Catholic churches in the Philadel phia archdiocese contributed 59166 to the seminary of St Charles Borromeo Overbrook in the collection recently taken it was an nounced yesterday The largest con tributipn was received from the parishioners of St Stephens Church PhiladelphiaWhose amount was 51719250 In this county the largest contri bution was collected at St Alices Stonehurst 5118984 St Michaels led the city parishes with a total of with the Immaculate Heart second for a total of Other churches St Roberts 7 St Cyril of Alexandrias East Lans downe S505 St Gabriels Norwood St Philomenas Lansdowne S400 St Ross of Limas Eddystone 5320 St Thomas the Apostles Ches ter Heights CANNES France April James J Walker New Yorks former mayor appeared at the Perfecture in Grasss today and sought to have the time for his marriage to Miss Betty Compton advanced to an earlier date The wedding is scheduled for Thursday There had been some questions as to whether it would be held because of Miss Comptons ill ness with influenza Walker also tried to have the marriage performed privately at Miss Comptons villa instead of at the mayors office Both his requests were said to have been denied It was ex plained that an old rule requires the marriage to be performed before a mayor wearing a red sash and with the doors of the mayors office open Miss Compton was understood to be somewhat improved today PRICE TWO CENTS BANKER HARRIMAN CARRIED INTO COURT FOR PLEA WHEY CHANGES AKRONS CRASH VIEWS AT PROBE Sees Shock to Ship Caused by Stern Hitting Water Not by Wind Gust New Version of Disaster Surprises Many in Court at Lakehurst NAVAL BOARD PROBES AKRON DISASTER Muffled in blankets Joseph W Harrlman former head of the closed Harriman National Bank Trust Company of New York 5s carried into the Federal Building in New York where he pleaded not guilty to an in dictment charging him with falso entries totaling Harriman is ill with heart disease Mrs Harriman is at the upper left Benjamin P Whitson who has held the position of president of the Friends Temperance Association of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends for a number of years and who is a generally acknowledged au thority on the subject of temper ance will address the monthly meet ing of the Chester Friends Associa tion to be held in the Friends Meet ing House Twentyfourth and Chest v nut streets tomorrow evening at 8 oclock The topic of Mr Whitsons address will be Temperance Prohibition and Enforcement The meeting is open to the general public and officials of Chester Friends Association have stated that they will appreciate as large an audience as possible VOTES BIRTH CONTROL WINTHROP Mass April resolution favoring birth control was at the New England Metho dist Episcopal Conference yesterday AtterburyDefends Officers Against Colwyn Mans Rap at Meeting Defending the officers of the Penn sylvania Railroad and praising them for theirwork in ths past GsrLW W Atterbury president today re futed charges of a sensational na ture made at a turbulent 87th an nual meeting of the stockholders in Philadelphia The charges were made by L P Hancock of Buffalo N Y a stock holder who declared he heard wide ipread rumors that officials of the Pennsylvania Railroad are con nected with rackets or else are getting outside compensation So far as I know no officer in this company is getting anything from anybody in the way of compensation from any outside source whatsoever General Atterbury retorted He explained that some officials of thj road hold positions in other con cerns and are directors in various banks but declared that was in line with their general duties Tha officers were given an almost unanimous vote of confidence and thanks at the conclusion of Atter burys address The annual report was adopted with only two dissenting votes those of Hancock and John J Welsh of Colwyn who attacked the salaries paid General Atterbury and other officials Hancock in a fiery address1 de clared further that the railroad had unloaded a lot of corporate cats and dogs on the stockholders in the form of the PennroadCorporation Answering the charges General At erbury pointed but that the opera tion of the Pennsylvania during the1 past year demonstrated it was con ducted more economically than the roads of any other competitorr While other railroads in the north and south failed to earn even their fixed charges the president said the Pennsylvania earned its fixed costs and paid a one per cent dividend on the capitalstock Atterbury declared the road never in its history had a more capable or conscientious group of of ficers He told how the railroad was aid ing the families of 50000 of its unem ployed workers and lauded the work of the womens aid organization It is difficult to say what the fu ture holds for the Pennsylvania he commented A future course cannot be charted he said until President Roosevelt and Congress act on the railroad and motor truck legislation now under consideration at Wash ington ATTACK VICTIM DIES MOUNDS Police Seek Assailants of Aaron Hunter Chester Township Fanner Aaron E Hunter 65 Chester Town ship farmer died in the Chester Hos pital yesterday of stab wounds in fiictad unknown1 assailants last Wednesday afternoon His case had been hopeless from the time of his admission at the hospital but he made a valiant fight for life Hunter was the victim of two men foreigners who were trespassing on his farmon theConcord road near Feltdriville A quarrel ensued when the farmer ordered the men off the property and in the tussle that fol lowed Hunter was stabbed in the abdomen His son Ernest 13 who went to his parents aid when he saw him guarreling with the men was also attacked and stabbed in the arm and chest His wounds were not serious and he is recovering State troopers from the Media barracks and county detectives have been working on the case Dominick Seratina of the 1200 block West Third street was taken into custody ques tioned and released for lack of evi dence The son Ernest and farmhands working on adjacent land offered partial description of the men One short andabout 40 yearsof age is alleged to have used the knife The other wasof medium height and about 18 years old They were gathering dandelions on Hunters property when observed by Continued on Page Eleven COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Mrs SamuelP Felix of 50 West Plumstead avenue Lansdowne presi dent of the Garden Club of Lans downeVhas announced the appoint the following committee chairmen Mrs Cyril G Fox 94 West Essex avenue program Mrs John Way of The Knoll conser vation and Mrs Charles W Strats man of 55 West Stewart avenue civic affairs COLLEGE BANS BEER Beer has been banned on the premises of Haverfprd College H S Scattcrgood president of the Stu dent Council of the college yester day announced that in accordance with a preprohibition ruling ban ning beer and liquors from the col lege students are asked notto bring beer on tb2 college premisss NOTHNAGLE BILL PASSES A blil by Representative Nothnagle of this city providingfor depositories of county funds inthirdclass coun ties passed finally in the House to day at an early morning session HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY AT LEXINGTON Windsor Vonnie Epidemic Irfaneh Racketeer Our Pride Free Helen Jeanne Wachs Doll Penncote Bonny Dear My Letitia Old Lady Bos tonian Gal Lary Justice Phara head Ace Nuckols Boy to be split Play Luck Piece 1 Weather cloudy track slow Public School Teachers Contracts Terminated All public school teachers in the city of Chester received by mail yesterday notification of th2 term ination of their present contracts In the letter was a warning of re duction in salaries with ths new contract andalso a reduction in the number of the teaching staff This messagewas not a surprise to the teachers At the last meet ing of the Chester Teach em Asso ciation President Charles P Larkin Jr of the School Board forewarned the teachers assembled that the con tracts would provide for a necessary reduction in salaries This action was brought about by the inability of ths School Board to collect taxes necessary to supply Continued on Page Eleven SENATOR McCLURE ON THE COMMITTEE The Municipal Charter Committee of Pennsylvania which is working for a program of municipal home rule bills backed byfourteen statewide organizations and many local bodies has just made public a which it has sent to its members and friends throughout the state The bills referred to aim to make the manager plan of government and pro portional representation as used in Cincinnati and recommended in the model city charter of the National Municipal League optional for Penn sylvania cities and boroughs Senator John J McClure is a mem ber of the committee on elections COURT ROOM NAVAL AIR STA TION Lakehurst N J April A conflict of opinion regarding emergency action to save the Akron as the great dirigible was falling to her destruction was revealed before the Naval Court of Inquiry today Lieutenant Commander H V Wiley testified that swiveling pro pellers were not used Would it have been desirable asked Judge Advocate Ralph G Pcnnoyer Yes if there was time Wiley ic plied My impression was that no order was given to tilt the propellers Wiley testified Do you lose dynamic lift in tilting the propeller Yes the propellers must be slowed down Then it appears to have been un desirable to tilt the propellers It depends on circumstances Wiley replied How grave do you consider the emergency It depends on how you see it at the time Wiley testified that on prior oc casions the Akron had suffered structural damage but that all in juries had been repaired Could these have caused perma nent structural defects Pennoyer asked Absolutely none The Akron was in fine structural condition Wiley said that the Akron could have been struck by lightning dur ing the storm being injured The Lieutenant Commander said he believed the shock which wrecked the Akron wascaused by the stem of the airship striking the Atlantic Ocean Wiley reported to Secretary of Navy Swanson last week that he thought the shock was caused by a sudden terrific gust of wind I desire to suggest to the court now he said that I am of the opinion that this shock was the result of the stem hitting the water If the Akron was wrecked by breaking in midair with the stern dropping into the ocean no action taken by the commander could have saved the ship Wileys revelation was received with surprised sildnce as the 200 spec tatorslistened 1intently to this new version of thecrash The recollection that caused Wiley to change his testimony was that id it Members of ihc Naval Board of Inquiry invcstijrutiuqthe Akron disaster arc scon here as co Lakehurst X J Loft to rightCaptain Harry E Shoemaker commandant of the AHVahrt l vac tal Rear AclmtnU Henry V Butler commandant of the Washington Naw Yard and rr4clnt oC l n qmry board Commander Sydney M Kraus and Lieutenant Commander Ralph C rennoyer acUnns iurV ad vocatc Behind them is a model of the lllrited Akron lennojcr acunB as judge ad TALBOT RELIEF BILL IN SENATE Organization Pushes Meas ure for Taps Dorrance Fund Continued on Pare Eleven HELD ON CHARGE OF DRUNKEN DRIVING Arraigned on charges of operating an automobile while under the in fluence of intoxicating liquor James Wood of the 400 block Cherry street was held in bail for Court when given a hearing in police court today Wood was arrested yesterday after noon by Patrolman Hincs after a car driven by Wood crashed into one operated by John Rosenblatt 1807 West Third street The latter had just started from his home to his place of employment in Marcus Hook He testified he saw the other car com ing from the opposite direction and zigzagging over the street In an at tempt to avoid a headon collision Rosenblatt pulled to the curb but Wood failed to see the car and ploughed into Rosenblatts car headOn Both drivers escaped in jury Dr H C Donahoo examined Wood and pronounced him under the influence of liquor SCHOLARSHIP BILL PASSED BY SENATE j Governors Program to Sign A ppropri tion Appears Shunted HARRISBURG April Governor Gifford Pinchots agreement to sign a bill appropriating for immediate relief was scorned by the Republican State Organization today when it reported to the Senate the Tulbot Bill amended to provide S10000000 for the remaining month and a half of the current biennium The appropriation would tap the recently paid into the gen eral fund by the John T Dorrance estate The amended Talbofc Bill will come up for final passage tomorrow With prospects for Immediate concurrence by the House in the changes it may be deposited on the governors desk thu same day Governor Pinchot has Insisted that an appropriation of that size should not be made until some definite means of returning the money to the general fund is assured An attempt to compromise on this was to be made later today The Talbot BUI in addition to a appropriation measure of Senator H B Scolt Centre gives the state a potential relief fund of SIOO000000 The Scott and Talbot appropriations along with a bond issue would provide arid the Reconstruction Finance Corporation has agreed to match the sum furnished by Pennsylvania for its own state The Pinchot program was set for immediate progess when the sug gested amendments to Talbots gen Thebill introduced by State Sen ator J J McClure providing for an aopropriation of for the Pennsylvania Military College was passed by the Senate at Harrisburg early this morning by a vote of 47 to 3 The first vote taken on the measure was 32 to 18 lacking a re quired majority vote by two and necessitating the second vote which resulted as stated The bill which includes allow ances for senatorial scholarships to the school is now in the House awaiting final action TEACHERS FEAR ECONOMY AXE Some Expect to Lose Job Tax Receipts Must Be Shown Conjecturing as to the exact place where the axe will fall when the time comes to renew teaching contracts with members of the present force in the Chester school district has be come a pastime with many of the teachers They recently votec1 their approval of a suggestion by the school directors that they take an additional 10 per cent cut in salaries for the remainder of the current year the second taken under economies forced upon the board by tax defaults through unem ployment and other conditions Teachers have received official no tice from theschool authorities that each must furnish school tax re ceipts at the offices of the secretary Continued on Page Eleven XL S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON April The treasury net balances for April 8 was Expenditures that day were Customs recefpts for the month through April 8 were Continued on Page Eleven Members of thV crew of ernment dredge Rossclt this morning visited the morgue ofE F White at Third and Norris streets and identified the body recovered from the Delaware River yesterday off the Philadelphia Electric Com pany plant at the foot of Ward street as the body of one of their companions who was drowned when he fell from the dredge ofl Hog Island on March seventh The was in an ad vanced stage of decomposition was identified as that of Frost McClintlc aged 31 who had been boatswain on the dredge It was learned that he has only one surviving relative a sistci who resides in Oakland Cali fornia FILM FOLKS HAVE SON HOLLYWOOD April seven pound son was born yesterday to Louise Fazcnda film comedienne and her husband Hal B Wallis motion picture executive They said they would name him Hal Brent Wallis Jr CHILD HEALT Interesting Information Given Members at Meet ing Held Yesterday The monthly business meeting of the Child Health Centers was held yesterday afternoon with Miss Eliza beth Price vice president presiding in the absence of the president of the association Mrs William Ward Jr Others in attendance were Mrs P C Nyce Mrs William Ward 3rd Mrs S Blair Luckie Mrs Harry M Armi tage Mrs H Gordon McConechy Mrs E Bartley Powel Mrs Frances Campbell and Mrs Thomas Diggins The chairmen of the standing com mittees made their regular report and Mrs Anna M Brice supervisor of the Health Centers read her monthly report Mrs Brice announced that the corrective treatment given to chil dren was done through the Chester Hospital It was also announced that there would be no clinic at the De shong Health Center on Good Friday afternoon Two hundred and sixteen visits were made to homes during the past month Ninetysix baby books were delivered one hundred and thirteen miscellaneous visits were made there New Beer Below Legal Content Of he many persons that tm Dibcd of the new beer nmrle logal last Friday few knew the amber beverage contained less than 32 per cent alcohol by weight ac cording to Dr Ambrose Huns oerger head of the Federal Bureau of Industrial Alcohol in Phila delphia In fact Dr Hunsbergcr saidf the new brew is approximately only three per cent the brewers being content to drop the other 2 per sent as a leeway so that they will rtot accidentally exceed the speci fied limits The small fractional difference nowever will not be noticed by the sonsumcr he said and the beer produced at three per cent is of ittlc difference from the brew ontaining the extra 2 per cent The beer shortage in thePhil Klclphia area including Chester continued today as brewers re oorted no letup in the demand for beer since early Friday morn J3g Federal beer taxes in the Phila delphia district have amounted to ipproximatcly Some Dealers Are Unable to Fill Orders Consign ment Expected Today Chester almost was a bcerlcss city yesterday many distributors 4 being unable to get either bottled beer or beer in barrels Sorry we havent a drop and dont know when we will get any The brewcries arc unable to supply the demand so we just have to wait and take what we get was an average greeting that met customers who sought to slake their thirst One dealer in the Eleventh ward stopped taking orders His telephone was ringing continually throughout the day the calls being made from store owners cafe proprietors and in dividuals who sought one or more cases of beer We expect to get some in late to night or early tomorrow was the hopeful message which the deal ers sped their departing customers Now that everyone who wanted to has had ample chance to sample all the biands of beer that were sold in Chester many who drank the new brew are disappointed It doesnt seem to give me a lift no matter how much I drink and there isnt a kick in a carload is the theme of such Appar ently many believed the now beer to be as potent as gin or white Yet others rate the beer as good and the orders prove its popu larity NOONDAY SERVICES WELL ATTENDED Continued on Page Eleven The noonday religious services con ducted this week in the Stanley Theater under the auspices of the Ministers Association of Chester and Vicinity were largely attended today the services were in charge of Rev Herbert A Weaver pastor of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Kcrlln street north of Third street and the sermon was preached by Rev Floyd Eicher pastor of Advocate Lutheran Church Philadelphia Rev Rittenhouse Neisser of Crozer Seminary will preside at tomorrows services when the speaker will be Rev F Raymond Baker pastor of the Second Baptist Church Wilmington Del Music at the services today was furnished by the mixed quartet of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church AID FOR TEACHER COLLEGES MAY BE RESTOREDJN BILL Leaders Said to Have Promised Appropriation to Be Cut McClure Dry Repeal Bill Passage Over Veto Is Held Over HARRISBURG Pa April of appropriations for four state teachers colleges and two stateowned hospitals was promised tqday before the House of the Penn sylvania General Assembly considered finally the general appropriations bill providing for state ex penses 5n the mxt two years As reported by the appropriations committee the bill made no pro visions to support colleges at West Chester California Clarion and East Stroudsburg nnd hospitals at Sha mokuv and Coaldalc Conferencesheld while the legis lature began its fifteenth week suc ceeded in bringing agreements to cave six institutions and pro iudfc money lor their support Under the plan adopted it was understood appropriations for all stateowned hospitals willbe cut 10 per cent from the amounts provided forj in Governor Pinchots btulget which the bill reducedby With an agreement reached on what were consideredthe most con troversial phases of the appropria tion measure the bill came up as a special order of business on final passage today Other economies ef fected by the bill cut salaries of all state officials and reduced school sub sidy appropriations Conference committees representing the two Houses had in their charge today the SowersConner beer con trol bill which the by a vote of 33 to 14 after brief debate House refusal to accept Senate changes sent the bill into conference for a compromise Representatives Sowers ot Phila delphia Steedle of and OConnor of Cambria were named to represent the House and Senators Continued on Page Eleven LOCAL MERCHANTS POSTPONE MEETING The regular meeting of the Mer chants Division ofthe Delaware Chamber Commerce scheduled for next Thursday has beon postponed a week due to the rush of Easter business action was taken at a meeting of the directorate oftheorganization held yesterday at the Chester Club 511 Welsh street The directors de cided to sponsor another meeting of the Sales Institute the meeting to be conducted solely by store employes No date for this meeting has been set HITRUN CHARGE WILL BE DROPPED Having been reported topolice as the driver of an automobile that figured in an accident at Ninth street and Morton avenue Sunday morning and failed to stop Barrett Duke of the 900 block Elsinore street denies the charge but admits his son Barret Jr was driving the car The complaint was made to police by Reynolds Lilly of Linwood It is understood that the elder Duke agreed to make good the damages to Lillys automobile and no charges will be preferred Farm Wealth Increases As Grain Stocks Advance APPJL SHOWERS PREDICTED FOR AREA Showers are expected this after noon or tonight in Eastern Pennsyl vania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It will be cloudy and cooler tomorrow probably with more showers The highest temperature here yes terday was 65 degrees at 230 p m and the lowest was 48 at 7 a m The average of 56 was six degrees above normal for the date and twelve de grees above the average April 10 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 37 established in 1922 and minimum 30 in 1917 Sunrsie today was at 529 a m and sunset will be at 635 p m Eastern Standard time CHICAGO April grain farmers of America made more than in the kst five weeks The corn wheat rye oats and bar ley in their cribs and bins gained that much in price due to the booming gain markets The jerky climb up the that has prevailed since the bank moratorium continued yesterday Wheat went up 13A to cents and other grains were fractionally higher Trading was at high pitch in the clos inghour with commission men buy ingfor the general public The reason for most of the price advances in the grain pits is the fact that almost no rain has fallen in the southwestern winter wheat belt Continued on Page Eleven SCHOOL BOARD NEEDS TO BALANCE BUDGET Discussion of Finances Features Regular Ses sion of Directors Member Charges Some Of fice Holders as Being Tax Delinquents In a communication read before the school directors at their regular meet ing held last eveningin the Larkin Building Broad and Crosby streets Carl Bergido representing Richard son and Luce contractors on the Frederick Douglass School re quested the certification by the board of the final payment of to his clients which he said had been discussed by the board at a meeting on February 27 The waiter of certification was said to have been brought before the board by George S Well architect on the school The solicitor Paul Lane Ivcs was authorized to clarify the incident of the Certification with Bergido The letter also contained reference to charges for extras in amount of listed in eighteen items which the directors also placed in the hands of the solicitor as they were of the opinion that no authori zation had everbeen made lor the extras The solicitor saidthat Mr Idell had said that some of the ex tras listed were also covered in the original contract The members of the board concurred with James L Rankin who suggested that if the builders continued to press for the extras the school board would react by entering claim for penalty for delay beyond the time stated in the contract for finishing the job James L Rankin gave a brief finan cial resume in which ho estimated that would be spent by the board during the remainder of their fiscal year makingthe total for the year said that the saving on the anticipated budget would be approximately To balance thebudget for there mainder of the fiscal year he said that a total of would have to be collected by the district for the months of April May and June a figure which he said was more than was brought in during a similar period last year Approval was given to the suggestion ot Mr Rankui that the secretary be authorized to supply the solicitor with Continued on Page Eleven MARCUS HOOK IS MECCA FOR THIRSTY Marcus Hook has proved ahaven for many residents of Wilmington who lmvc been hunting a place to sJake their thirst since the legalizing of 32 beer by Congress last Friday Nightly automobiles bearing thirsty Delawareans canbeseeii traveling on both the Post and Ridge roads filled withsearchers the nations new drink P J McBride chief of police of Marcus Hook who is a native of Henry Clay near Wilmington and is acquainted with many residents of tho big city in the Blue Hen State has met many of his old friends to whom he extends the make yourself at home spirit The sale of beer is banned in tha neighboring state until the State Leg islature enacts to legalize its sale SIXTH WARD SCHOOL BOY IS MISSING Bernard Layfield 9of 221 Penn street has beenmissing since noon time yesterdayreport of his dis appearance being made to the police shortly afterlast midnight The youngster who is in the fifth grade of the Franklin school started for school after dinner yesterday but did not attend the afternoon session He was clad in a dark suit and wore high top shoes He was bare headed at the time of his disappear ance An investigation is being made by the school authorities and the Chester police in conjunction with the childs parents His schoolmates could offer noclue as to his where abouts Topics of Times Jesse Isidor Straus Americas new ambassador to France is head of the largest department store in the world that makes its customers pay cash Wonder if France will take the hint British story tells that a cuckoo flew from Berkshire England to West Africa That reminds us that the transocean stuntflying season is almost upon us Glass manufacturersare foremost among those who hope for a revival of old drinking customs Remember they used to smash the glass after a solemn toast News item says a new farm plan is being worked out Well it will be a new plan if it requires work Quite a few moreboys back oa April 7 got caught in the draft More than 1000 inhabitants In Montenegran village near Cetinje have the same name Vlahovitch Understand they have petitioned the government for relief TheW WASHINGTON April Weather forecast Eastern Pennsylvania Showers tonight and Wednesday Somewhat warmer tonigrht in ex treme east portion Cooler Wednes day in west portion Western Pennsylvania Cloudy with showers tonight and probably Wednes day morning cooler Wednesday and in north and west portions TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m 9am 10 a m 46 11 a m 46 Noon 50 i p mj 52 2 p m 55   

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