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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 30, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                             DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TWELVE 1CNTZS ENDING DECEMBER 31 FINAL EDITION With AH Latest and Best News of the Day 57TR 17606 Daily Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP and International News Service INS CHESTER PA TUESDAY MAY 30 1933 PRICE TWO CENT3 FRANCE HOLDS UP FOURPOWERPACT ON 10YEAR PEACE Decides Guarantees Not to Warrant Signature at Once Had Agreed to the Rome Proposi t i o iv Now to Consult Parliament THE WORLDS FAIREST PARIS May political life at stake the French Government today shattered hopes of immediate signature of the Mussolini Fourna tion Treaty binding Europes chief powers to keep the peace for ten years The Cuncil of Ministers that met under President Albert Lebrun de cided that guarantees to France were not yet sufficient to warrant her sign ing Optimistic reports from London and Rome which went so far as to ar range initialling of a draft at Rome tonight or tomorrow had roused simillar optimism here There were strong indications that Premier Edouard Daladier would rec ommend approval of the draft in its present form provided promised safe guards against hasty revision of the World War Treaties materialized But the government stuck to an undertaking made immediately after the installing of a rough draft of the treaty at Rome 10 days ago This was to consult parliament regarding the signature This means the treaty will come under a heavy fire of political oppo nents of the government and may cause delay in negotiations with other governments unless concessions can be wrung from as they are to make some progress before the rfimeetingiof the World Economic Con ference at London June 12 At the cabinetmeeting Daladier Informed the ministers in detail of the negotiation of the fourpower treaty He said these and disarma ment negotiations were progressing favorably at Geneva and Rome He reiterated the governments desire for safeguards in the Mussolini treaty regarding the Versailles treaty clauses in the League of Nations Covenant It was necessary he said to await the decision of the little Entente allies of Rumania and their view of the sufficiency of safeguards against hasty or ill considered revi sion of the World War treaties Minister of Finance Georges Bonnet reported on the international finan cial situation E S CAPES PEN GROUND S GOVERNMENT IS SCHOOL BOARD READY TO EXPOSE COUNTY RUM RING ADOPTS BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR Survey of Conditions Is Announcement Is Made Completed Noted Pros ecutor Assigned to Case Chester Center of Activity Declares US Attorney in This District That 35 Teachers Will Be Dropped From Roll Tax Rate of Eleven Mills Approved E f f o r t to Lower Fails Several severe headaches and many Thirtyfive teachers in the Chester bad cases of jitters were reportedi school district will not receive new here today following publication of contracts at the expiration of their a dispatch from Washington D C present school year it was announced that the U S Government has a thorough investigation of alleged vice crime and rumrunning activities nd is ready to expose racketeering From tea room cashier to Queen of Beauty at the Century of Progress Exposition in Chicago is the Cinder ella story come true fc Lillian An derson of Racine Wis pictured here in regal robes after her coronation The 125pound fivefoot sixinch Tjlond beauty took the first prize from 50 fair competitors LOCAL RESIDENT REFUSED DIVORCE Judge MacDade Dismiss ing Suit Sets Aside Mas ters Recommendation GRATERFORD Pa May throughout the east ern section of the state today sought Huston Hanlon 26 who escaped from the new Eastern Penitentiary here yesterday while making wire repairs outside the walls Hanlon was given an 18 months sentence in York county in September 1932 for rob bing a box car FILES DIVORCE SUIT ter U Reisinger se of a Newark N J corporation today had on file a suit to divorce Carrie E Reisinger Elizabeth N J He charged cruelty HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY Judge Albert Dutton MacDade yes terday set aside the Masters recom mendation that a divorce be granted Elmer J Noden 45 of 13 Beechwood road Parkside from Mrs Bertha Myers Noden 40 of Swarthmore and dismissed Nodens divorce libel Noden a letter carrier in this city was suing his wife for a divorce on the igrounds that she deserted him in August 1929 The Master James B Robertson found that desertion had been established and recommended the divorce Henry G Sweney at torney for Mrs Noden filed excep tions to the Masters report and Judge MacDade upholding these ex ceptions refused to grant the divorce The Nodens were married on March 8 1919 in this city and made their home in Parkside They frequently quarreled according to the testimony and in 1924 and 1925 Mrs Noden left her husband and lived with her mother Mrs Georgianna Myers of Swarthmore She returned on each occasion however and they lived to gether until August 16 1929 when they finally separated Mrs Noden contested the divorce She denied deserting her husband m 1929 saying that she withdrew from Continued on Page Fivi AT WASHINGTON PARK Petty Lamp Black Carollton Printcmps Olive Sabath Ten Sexton Weather cloudy track fast AT BOWIE Count Snappy Story Xcr seise Neptune Felaxe Decorum War Tide Judge Primrose Ruanc Fusco Tell Oslo Ever Fair King Bird Vintage Uncle Donald Postponement Oregon Fir Hot Cake Axentea Silver Scepter Weather clear track fast AT BAINBRIDGE PARK Zombro Bell Cap Breeches Thorese Girl Huon Time Blithe Free Helen Hasola Red Polly Swccpingly Chalk Eye Pompeia St Jim Fill In Sam Cole Baigdora Prince Reno Weather clear track fast BARREL OF TAR Huge clouds of smoke rolled sky ward immediately in the rear of th J Lewis Crozer Home yesterday after noon shortly after 2 oclock an flames leaped high in the air as th contents of a tar barrel being usei by workman making alterations at th home became ignited No damage was done by the fir other than the destruction of th barrel and its contents However many inquiries were received at th hospital by persons in the central sec tion of Chester who saw the flame and smoke Workmen and hospita employesextinguish the fire within few minutes From a distance th fire appeared to be in a small buildin adjacent to a house located in th rear of the Home Times Classified Ad Proves Worth Whena dog is lost there is real sorrow for the owner How can a person assuage that sorrow Well one way is to try and get the pet back The best method is to advertise his loss Thats just exactly what the Rev T Harold Hill pastor of Marcus Hook Baptist Church did recently when he lost his pet It was a Boston bull terrier The license was on the collar He inserted a small classified ad in the Times The dog came back Shortly after the paper appeared on the streets he received a telephone call The caller told him he had found his dog It was returned What can be more satisfactory than a small ad in the Chester Times said the cleric today I am certainly gratified and should I ever be so unfortunate as to lose anything again I will immediately resort to the Chester Times for aid last evening at a meeting of the school directors held in the Larkin Building Broad and Crosby streets The teach ers whose names were not made pub lic will receive immediate notice of n this county The probe by government agents IRS been conducted with great se che boards action The action was recy during the past several months itaken in1 view of necessary economies nd is said to have produced matei upon the board in preparing ial on which indictments will be the ncw Budget so that proper con ought against many persons some i sideration in balancing the budget eputed to be more or less prominent could be Siven to the shortage in in Chet A Keyes sometimes called come due to decreased tax collcc Ninetynine Per Cent Keyes star prosecutor oi the Government who ecently retired to private practice in Kansas City is said to have been recalled to the Federal service to 3rosecute the cases in this county recently prosecuted the 000000 rum ring in ending many to jail For several Philadelphia tions The directors approved a new school budget for the coming fiscal year with a total expenditure of as compared with last years figure ol SI030000 The tax rate agreed upon will remain at 11 mills the same as last year The tax rate was agreed upon by all members of the boarci present at the meeting with the cx repeatedly rumored that a grand ex pose of racketdom in this county vould be made The first threat came following the conviction in 931 of several constacles who were ailed on graft charges United States Attorney Edward W Wells admitted today in Philadelphia hat a probe had been conducted in his county and that this city was he center of activity He denied knowing any of the findings as his office did not handle the investiga tion William Dunnigan head of the special agents of the Department of Justice admitted that the probe had been conducted but added that he is Continued on Five RUNS DOWN 2 BOYS Losing control of her automobile while proceeding along Lindsay street yesterday afternoon Mrs Anna Deutsch of 211 Sunnyside avenue ran over two small children when her auto bounced over the sidewalk and up upon a terrace The two victims were Lawrence and Joseph Trout sons ofMr and Mrs FrancisJ Trout of 2418 Lindsay street who were in front of their home The youngsters were taken to the Chester Hospital where it was found Lawrence aged 5 was the more seriously injured The machine passed over his stomach and he sustained a serious head injury Joseph aged 4 was sent home after treatment for a head injury Mrs Trout was in the rear of her home and Mrs Newlin Carr a neighbor was holding the infant son of Mrs Trout at the time of the accident standing close to the scene Mrs Carr fainted and required medical atten tion Mrs Dputsch was held in bail for a further hearing on June 7 at police headquarters She was in a highly nervous condition after the ac cident This morning the young vic tim in the hospital was somewhat im proved although the extent of his internal injuries has not been fully determined ception of James L Rankin Frank Doherty who attempted to hold out for a reduction to 10 mills following a resolution offered by Mr Rankin Members of the school district finan cial survey committee of the Delaware bounty Chamber of Commerce who sat for two hours with the directors in executive session came to the meeting prepared to suggest a reduc tion of half a mill which was ar rived at after their investigation In the report furnished by the in vestigator of the Chamber of Com merce David H Kurtzman who con ducted both city and county investi gations for the Chamber of Com merce last winter the figures of the tentative budget set up by the com mittee did not differ greatly in their total from those of the school boards proposed figures which were adopted however the difference occurred in the matter of estimated shortage in an ticipated revenue The directors estimated the percentage of uncollect ible taxes as somewhat lower than last year while the committee made allowance for the same figure as in the current year The report of the committee showed that for the pass CHIEF DRAMA OF NATIONAL RECOVERY PAY TRIBUTE TO HEROIC DEAD OF THREE WARS Memorial Day Being Gen erally Observed in All Parts of the County Parade and Impressive Ceremonies at the Local Cemeteries Features Here is a new photograph of the setting on which the eyes of the world arc White Hnusc office with President Franklin Roosevelt seated at the desk from which many drastUi and momentous deci sions affecting not only the United States but world peace and economic recovery have been made during his arduous first three months in office Continued on Page Five MAJOR T E PRICE ORDERED TO PENNA STATE WILL ENFORCE SANITATION LAW PLANS PREPARED Private plans and specifications have been prepared for alterations to the Nether Providence township public school for which the school board are taking bids to be opened on June 7 Merchants of this city who offer for sale to the public such articles as meats pastry and other articles of merchandise on which the State Legislature had enacted legislation decreeing that all such articles be covered with netting as a precau tionary measure against infection or disease by flies arebeing watched during the summer months for viola tions According to reports a representa tive of the health department is working in the city checking up on all violators All found not cooperating will be served with a summons to ap pear before a magistrate for hearing BUYS WAYNE PROPERTY Third Corps Area headquarters of the United States Army has an nounced the forwarding of orders to Major Tenill E Price United States Cavalry who is now stationed in the Philippine Islands assigning him to duty as instructor of cavalry with the Pennsylvania National Guard at Lewisburg Pa upon his return to the United States Major Price is well known in this city and is the son of Major General William G Price Jr recently retired commanding officer of the Pennsyl vania National Guard Colonel How ard Price a brother of General Price is also en duty in the Philip pines at the present time where he is in command of a regiment of in fantry He will return to the United States next spring having received orders to stay in the Islands another year due to the Presidents economy plans for the army Future Conduct of Inquiry to Be Settled at Commit tee Session Resumes Tomorrow Cou zens and Glass in Quarrel Over Methods WASHINGTON May UP Dispute between Senators Couzens Repn Mich and Glass Dem Va over procedure in the Senate inves tigation of J P Morgan threat ens to come to a smashing finale in a secret meeting of the investigating committee today The future conduct of the investi gation probably depends on the out come of the quarrel between the two old friends Glass stalks Capitol Hill with a APPLY FOR LICENSES Since it became known a few days ago that the State Department of Agriculture is engaged in a drive against owners of unlicensed dogs many residents of the city have made applications to the various magis trates for licenses for their pets Magistrates Edward Shumway of the Seventh and Frank X Lee of the Eighth wards report that they have been kept fairly busy during the past few days procuring the necessary tags for owners CARRIERS TO VIEW WHALE F Wells McCormack has purchased of 10 rooms and three baths in the Colonial Village Wayne on a tract of l2 acres from John H Mc Clatchy Settlement has been made on the property which was held for sale at 522000 Postmasters in County May Not Complete Terms All the Chester Times newspaper boys will be the guests of the Pacific Whaling Company at the exhibition of the eriant whale at Sixth and Welsh streets tomorrow evening at p m It is expected fare will letters He said his frequent inter ruptions of Ferdinand Pecoras exam ination of Morgan partners had been misinterpreted Glass feels Couzen and the newspapers have placed him in an unfair position before the pub lic Tine Virginian reiterates that he If not trying to aid J P Morgan Co or anyone else But he objects to Pecoras methods as police court tactics Couzens the rich man from Mich igan intends to stand by Pecora He and Glass long have been friends out their frequent clashes in the investi gation room climaxed yesterday in hot argument on the Senate Hoot So sharp did their word1 become that the private conversation in which they were engaged at the rear of tho Senate chamber interrupted floor dc bate Finger wagging SHOWERS TODAY FAIR TOMORROW Showers InEastern Pennsylvania STew Jersey Delaware nnd Maryland is the forecast for today It will fair tomorrow with not much change in temperature The highest temperature here yes terday was 84 degrees at 2 p m and the lowest was 67 at 4 a m The average ot 76 was nine degrees above normal for the date and seventeen degrees above the average May 29 last year Maxlmunrtcmperaturc Cor Uie date is 89 established in 1019 and minimum 42 in 1884 Sunrise today was at 535 a m and sunset will be at 822 p m Eastern Daylight Saving Time With the exception of eight south ern states the nation today bows its head in reverence to the memory of those who laid down their lives so that the country might survive Sixtysix years ago today the first Memorial Day was observed although at that time itwas not a legal holi day Each succeeding year saw more more states revere the memory ot the hero dead until today it is the one holiday in the year when cemeteries throughout the country aro the gathering places of sorrow ing relatives and patriotic events are staged in every hamlet through out the length and breadth of the land Chester has its usual Memorial Day program featured by a parade in which veterans of three wars xiU be conspicuous The marchers will end their journey in Chester Rural cemetery and after conducting their rituals at the Soldiers Circle they will be addressed by a host of widely known speakers including Mayor William Ward Jr The address or welcome will be made byStateRep resentative Edward Nothnagle This morning veterans of all wars assisted by members of the Pennsyl vantion National Guard visited the cemeteries in and around the city and gave the dead the military salute of three volleys and the sounding of Taps Special services were con ducted in many of the churches and clergymen also visited the cemeteries and offered prayers for the departed soldiers Overcast skies and periodic showers during the early morning hours did not dampen the spirit of the hun dreds who had planned outings this being the day many parks and amusements places are officially opened Roads were filled with bent groups in decorated automobiles trains buses boats and other trans UNVEILS SHAFT Tribute to the Memory of Departed Comrades Im pressive Ceremonies High tribute to men who wear the uniform of a policeman was mid by Rev Francis J Tucker O S F S of Wilmington Del during the cere monies incidental to the VftTF Jl Repeals Clause in All Gov ernment and Contracts Private Continued on Page Five ANTIREPEAL GROUP NAMES DELEGATES of ceased members of the Chester Police Department this morning The services were witnessed by hundreds who packed City Hall Plaza the shaft being located on the north ern side McFadden Pa Assails Roosevelt Says Political Star Is Waning WASHINGTON May Ad ministration resolution repealing the gold standard i clause in all govern ment and private contracts was speedily passed by the House yesterday With a specific rule limiting debate to six hours finalaction came after a small but vociferous minority had assailed the measure as government repudiation of obligations The vote was 283 to 57 The measure now goes to the Sen ate where indications are it willbe passed just as expedielously Presenting the Banking and Cur rency Committees fiiXvorable report Chairman Steagall of Alabama told Temperance and religious organi zations opened their campaign yes terday to prevent this state from en dorsing repeal olthe Eighteentri Amendment Thirtysix individuals were named by the delegates at Harrisburg and from this number will be chosen 15 antirepeal candidates for election as delegates to the state convention to consider repeal or retentionof the Eighteenth Amendment in December Two Delaware county residents are among the 36 selected John G Pew of Moylan and Mrs A W Karnell of Lansdowne John A McSparran Lancaster county dry advocate heads the list Under the recently enacted law the Pennsylvania voters will elect 15 dele gatesatlarge November 7 to a state convention to meet in December to consider repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment Father Tucker said Some sixty years apo General Glass spoke his mind to Couzens Glass now blames his death threats and other less alarming but quite unkind commu nications upon the firm stand taken by Couzens in supporting Pecora John Logan commanderinchicf of the G A R made public the custom of decorating the graves of those soldiers who during the Civil War lost their lives for the Union cause Since then we have extended the custom to the extent of making of this day Americas All Souls Day or the Commemoration of All the Faithful Patriots Departed In vain would we celebrate the memory of their bodies lying buried in the dust unless we believed that their souls go marching on Among the souls of the Faithful Patriots Departed none are more Pecora himself is scheduled to arI worthy of our reverent remembrance from New York today to resume be a 100 per cent turnout of the the investigation youngsters SCHOOLS CLOSED TODAY Students of Chester High school as well as pupils in all other schools in this city are granted a holiday today in observance of Memorial Day It is the last holiday of the season be fore the closing of school pledges of support from President Roosevelt assurethe committee of all the funds necessary to conduct a thorough inquiry of private banking But the general meeting of the Bank ingand Currency Committee called for today will alter profoundly the than those of the custodians of our civic rights the guarantors of our public safety our deceased police men It is most fitting that on this by President Roosevelt to the perpetuity of the Government of the United States Opponents have charged the mea sure would formally repudiate the governments promise to pay in much thesame wayas foreign governments have repudiated war debt payments to the United States Representative Luce of Massachu setts Mapes of Michigan and Lehl back of New Jersey all Republicans charged the United States was break Ing its word to its creditors But their opposition was In vain INCIPIENT BLAZE District firemen were called out shortly after 11 oclock lost night to quell a blaze that broke out in a small shed In the rear of Third and Crosby streets The blaze was dis covered by a resident of the locality who was attracted by the dense smoke clouds The damage was slight Topics of Times Continued on Papc Five ROAD IMPROVEMENT Concord road between Lincoln street and Central avenue is being rapidly put in condition for resur facing with concrete The work of grading the highway has been completed for approximately half the distance between the two points and the work of laying the concrete foundation will be started in Continued on Last Papc l a short time Continued on Taffc Five WASHINGTON May Lynne February 14 1935 Darby three Republican postmasters in DelJune 1 1936 Drexel Kill June 1 aware county drew a deep breath 1936 Essington June 10 1936 Mar when Postmaster General Farley ancus Hook April 4 1936 Moylan De nounced they would be allowed to tober 10 1933 Newtown Square Feb complete the terms to which they ruary 5 1936 Norwood Station June were appointed will find within the next few weeks that the assurance 10 1936 Prospect Park January 9 1935 Radnor January 3 1934 Ridley i QUEST FORB LEADSTOTROUBLE Two Philadelphia Youths Held for Court Trial on Burglary Charges of the patronage chieftain should Park June 10 1936 Saint Davids have been liberally sprinkled with February 10 1934 Swarthmore Jan Two South Philadelphians whose salt uary 5 1935 Upland June 20 1934 quest for free beer caused them to be The PostofSce Department presumj Villanova January 9 1935 Wayne i held on burglary charges were re President Represented as Permitting Him to Select Reasonable Time ably with the knowledge and author April 4 ity of Farley is demanding the resj 1936 ignation of holdover postmasters by the score and the helpless jobhold ers are perforce submitting The sub 1936 Woodlyn March 17 leased under WASHINGTON May Secretary of the Treasury Woodin will resign shortly after Congress adjourns and followi a lull comes in the storm of criticism WASHINGTON May the The lineup of the Democratic team help of Congressman James Wol will include several former star ath ctcs of tnc collegiate and profes fcnden of icnaen or Now that the Century of Progress Exposition has opened in Chicago they will certainly attribute most of their progress to the fact that AX Capone and his pals are in jail Wildwood life guards are equipped with needle and thread to repair bathing suits Bet they are hoping the girls go out for a ripping good time Frown exercises 50 muscles in face says a doctor Moral Take less exercise Roy Seaman gets a lot of fun out of nshing Some of his pals get more fun out of telling about their fishing trips Offering the Bonus Army a job in a forest is one way of getting em to raise trees instead of something else A woman political worker predicts the day when women will be getting mens wages They have been lor years and years pipes the much married man Ellzey of Mis Republicans fondly hope to repeat on sissippi Lama Jeffers of Alabama June 10 the dlefeat they administered to the Democrats last year in the annual baseball game between mem bers of both parties The game will be played in the local American League ball park VICTIM OF GANGSTERS stitution of Democrats for Republi cans is being worked so quietly that no suspicion of it has crept out until now Postmasters whose terms run into 1934 1935 and 1936 are the ones being picked out to make way for the in sistent demands of supporters of the present administration The twentythree postmasters in Delaware county who may be asked to leave before their time as a con sequence of Farleys amended policy and the date on which their terms officially expire are as foHows Boothwyn January 8 1934 Ches ter February 10 1936 Clifton Heights January 27 1938 Crum NEW YORK May eph 46 jeweler who figured prominently as the fence for the famous Whittemore gang of jewel thieves was dead today the victim of a gang rids He was shot to death on a street corner on the lower East Side last night before the startled eyes of hundreds of spectators BOMB ROUTS DANCERS PITTSBURGH May Scores of dancing couples fled to safety today when a dynamite bomb let go In the entrance of the Band Box East Liberty night club None was injured Damage to the resort was slight ing habeas corpus proceedings before i created by disclosures that he was Judge John M Broomall yesterday j one of the favored who bought Mor The defendants are George Hinkle fan Co stock at bargain prices of the1500 block South Twentyi This was learned on high author fourth street and Joseph Coffey of j ity after Woodin had returned from the 1300 block South Newkirk street Philadelphia They were represented a cruise down the Potomac with the President on which the Treasury by Robert W Eeatty Assistant Dishead offered to tender his resigna trict Attorney Guy G De Furia repretion immediately if his presence in sented the commonwealth at the the Cabinet was embarrassing to the hearing administration The two men were arrested on May At the same time It was learned 3 at 5 oclock in the morning after the President does not intend to neighbors had called the Yeadon po riro lice and reported that burglars were fire Woodin He will permit his Cabinet officer to choose his own in the Yeadon Republican Club ttme to stp out of the official fam house Church lane and Darnell but it is understood this must nue Yeadon Chief Earl Allen ac companied by Patrolmen Latch Allen and Colkey went to the club and ar Contkmcd on Last Page be within a reasonable time The President today was repre sented as being sympathetic toward Continued on Page Five Tommie McMillan of South Caro lina Jim Meade of Buffalo Dick Richards of South Carolina Millard Caldwell of Florida Jennings Ran dolph of West Virginia Charles West of Texas Maring Smith of Wolfenden will be catcher for the j Washington Pat Bolin of Pennsyl RepublJcans The pitching arm of Uania John Wood of Georgia John Representative Vincent Carter of j OConnor of Ncw York Tom OMal ley of Wisconsin John Brown of Kentucky and Ray Cannon of Mil waukee famous baseball lawyer Pitching for the Republicans will be Representative Vince Carter of Wyoming who is hoping his whip will hold out and on the field will be Leo Alien of Illinois Everett Dirkson of Illinois Bill Lambertson of Kansas Ulyses Guyer of Kansas Dick Wigglesworth of Massachusetts Fred Hartley of New Jersey Hamil ton Fish of New York John Clark of New York Clarence Hancock of New York Ed Gossof Connecticut Walter Andrews of New York Jim Wolfendcn of Upper Darby Old Anthracite Brumm of Pennsylvania Clyde Kelly of Pennsylvania Michael Muldowney of Wisconsin and Gard ner Win throw of Wisconsin Wyoming is only one of the reasons Republicans are optimistic over their chances With Wolfendcn promising to catch anything propelled In his direction by the Democratic if theyre not too hot Representa tive Charles Millard of New York manager of the G O P team believes they will be able to take the measure of the Democrats The game last year was an historic affair Bebore a crowd of celebrities the Republicans slammed the offer ings of Jim Meade of Buffalo with such effect that the Democrats in disgust gave up keeping score In the fifth inning In that frame the Republican base runners started di rectly for the home plate after reach ing second base Their wind had given out circling the paths so1 many times The welltodo couple arent open ing letters nowadays They maymean an invitation to a commencement or a June wedding Both being about the same thing Communists are planning a wall on Washington next July Anyona who can walk in July is worthy oi recognition or somepin Herman Kestner the big repair man can create showers no matter what the official weather forecast may be say Chief The Weather WASHINGTON May forecast Eastern Pennsylvania showers this afternoon and probably tonigrht Wednesday generally fair and not much change in temperaturta Western local thundershowers this afternoon gen erally fair tonight and Wednesday except possibly showers in extreme east portions tonight not much change in temperature TODAYS TEMPERATURES G a m 66 10 a m 7 a m 66 11 a m 8a m 68Nqbri 9 a m 63 70 72   

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