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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 16, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              FIFTH AND MARKET CHESTKft iwe 68TH 17724 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP ami international News Senlea INS COUNTY TRIAL ON THIRD WEEK IN PHILA COURT Government Expected to Produce Startling Tes timony This Week West End Resident Tells of Graft Payments Over Period of Years The trial of 78 county residents who were indicted on June 29 last by a Federal Grand Jury and which began on Tuesday October 3 entered into its third week before Federal Judge George A Welsh at Philadelphia this morning The defendants are charged with conspiracy to violate the liquor laws and are represented by a large array of legal lights led by Former Judge James Gay Gordon Sr John R K Scott and William T Connor of Philadelphia Connor is the mouthpiece for the defense and has hammered with stubborn insistence every question and answer during the governments side of the case Heston B McCray of this city manager of the marine department of the Sun Oil Company was the first witness today He described the Sun tankers the Raritan Sun Passaic Sun and the Blue Sunoco then told of the trip of thePassaic Sun which left Marcus Hook on October 23 1930 for Peekskill N Y returning to Marcus Hook on October 29 According to previous testimony the ship secured a cargo of liquor off Barnegat Light on this return trip and unloaded the contraband in Chester McCray stated there was no men tion in the log of the ship that the tanker had gone past its home port and docked at Chester He iden tified D D Higbee former captain of the tanker and read the roster of the ships crew at that time McCray was not crossexamined and the next witness to take the stand was Frank Wentzyn of the 2600 block West Third street who told of entering the bootlegging business in 1924 in a store located at Second and Mill streets He testified that after he had bought the place he was visited by the late Hugh Schlegel then cm ployed as city sealer of weights and measures He said that Schlegel had asked him for per week Wentzyn said he paid this amount weekly for a year and then moved his establishment to Second and Wil son streets and while located in the new place Schlegel died and was suc ceeded as collector by Mike Leary He said Leary had raised the weekly payment to which he paid for a period of two years when the weekly payments were raised at suc cessive timesto 520 and finally Mr Keyes here questioned the wit nesswith his usual query Why did you pay this money and the wit ness replied For protection Protection from what Keyes continued and the witness answered in the usual manner Protection from police who might raid me George Hoagland was then involved m the testimony when the witness spoke of him as a collector who had succeeded Leary He taid that land was later arrested and that Leary had again appeared as the col lector Wentzyn said he had then moved his place to another location on Sec ond street in the Tenth ward and had opened a delicatessen store He was asked what manner of goods h had dealt in at the delicatessen and answered general merchandise When asked if he also had sold liquor he replied Yes Keyes then asked What ward s the store in and the witness an swered The Tenth ward Who was the collector of the Tenth ward the prosecutor queried and the witness replied Tod Moore and then told of having paid ths collector Continued on Page Ten HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press AT LAUREL Box Charmer Landsman Crossing Over Marion T Thistle Play West Main Parity Stone Martin Modern Times Weather cloudy rack fast AT SPORTSMANS PARK Move Ann Can Civil Naivab Barbara Carom Lisheen Betty U Bcssies Babe Neve r Cliokoloskee Highest Point Knowledge Ameri can Queen Wait Not Keen Prince Child Glove Marvan Dody Infinity Just Buck Concisus Scot land Beauty Shot Pancho Georgia Lily O Play Alexander Blanket Bay Haramzada Kingpin Publication Ultramarine Weather raining track muddy CHESTER PA MONDAY OCTOBER 16 1933 FNAL ROOSEVELT HITS BUCK PASSING IN RELIEF WORK President Appeals for Sup port of Local Organiza tions in PLENTY OF SMOKE AT SHIPYARD Raps Those That Would Leave All the Task Up to Government WASHINGTON Oct 16Prcsident Roosevelt last night assailed buck passers who leave it all to the gov ernment in providing relief for the needy and appealed to all to give to local organizations carrying on weli fare services Opening the four weeks charitv drive of the 1933 moblization for human needs in an address from the White House Roosevelt reemphasized his position that local and state re sponsibility comes first in the relief program and said A am glad to sav a small people have written to me to express the thought that all relief work should be taken over by the government and have Intimated It that they would not feel any dutv this year to subscribe to local relief or local charity The people have a wholly wrong slant on the fundamental basis of our American civilization They deny the civic responsibility of the individ ual and would seek to toss every problem into the lap of the govern ment They are buck passers f a o war during the world conflict and chair man of the mobilization organization Program with the President who added I am glad my old friend Newton t1 is heading the forces of mobilization and this time He added the fine teamwork in cannot be i An oil blaze at the Sun Shipbuilding and Drydock Comn f si by Price nff iifii and individuals off relief rolls he said the needs of those still on relief is proportionately erea er than it was before and in addition to the work of direct relief us to our r of the permanent hospital and welfare services that exist in every county and in most communi llcS The President reiterated that the government would not let starve this winter but said this poliry the sumption Jni American citizen will continue to do his and her part tnan in the MOTORIST SAYS NEGRO BEAT HIM As he entered his automobile which was parked in front of the office of swift Company on Second street between Market and Welsh streets Saturday Philip j Borsuk of 615 East Eleventh street told poliche was attacked and beaten bv a 6SCaPe the door of the car and with on opened penlcmfe m his hand said to Bor suk If you open your mouth I will stab you to He then got into the car accord ing to Borsuk beat him up and fled Borsuk said the Negro accused him of splashing muddy water on his c otning as he was driving on Welsh street between Second and Third CHESTER WOMAN GIVENDIVORCE One of Five Residents of County to Receive De cree by Court Mrs Rosalie H Robinson 30 of Ninth and Madison streets this city has been granted a divorce T5y Judge Albert Dutton MacDade from Edwin R Robinson 35 a chief ptty officer in the Navy now stationed at Quan tico Va nThe7 were married on April 23 1921 m Easton Md and according to the testimony Robinson began PLAMES DESTROY SMALL STRUCTURE District fire companies fought a fire within the confines of the Sun Shipbuilding and Drydock Companys yards at the foot of Morton avenue shortly after 3 oclock Saturday aft ernoon A small frame shed and its contents of refuse oil was destroyed The blaze was in the southernmost end of the yard and the flames from the burning oil roared skyward only a few yards distant from the com panys expensive floatirig drydock in which one of the Seatrain Company ASSEMBLY PLANT REOPENS R F C IS TO FREE OVER BILLION IN FROZEN FUNDS Roosevelt Sets Up New Board o Lend Cash to Closed Hanks Aim Is to Place Money Back in Hands of Depos itors at Once WASHINGTON Del 16Ovcr M 000000000 of deposits in cloWd banks will be freed and restored to trade channels under a plun an nounced Inst night by President Roosevelt Ti1n known he establishment of a special division in the Reconstruction Finance Corpora tion to be known as a deposit liquida tion board lo cany out this program inu announcement stilted The innpose of Hie deposit liquida tion division will be lo stimulate and encourage liquidating agents of banks closed after January i 1033 to borrow from the Reconstruction llnancc Corporation In order Hint funds mny be made available lo depositors ns quickly us possible The general Intention is to make loans on thc assets of closed bunks for thc benefit of depositors up to n maximum of 50 per cent of their deposits inclusive of distributions heretofore mnde C B Mcrrlfini a member of the R P C board will hcnd the new division which will work In close co With All Latet and Bett of the Day PRICE TWO CENTS ARMS CONFERENCE MEETS RECESSES UNTIL OCTOBER 26 General Commission Approves Blunt Note to Germany Branding Nations Excuses for Quitting as Today a Perfunctory Empty Gesture Effort to Be Made to Persuade Hitler to Return to Family of to Remain Aloof Directly From Crisis France Is Adamant on Concessions GKNEVA Oct gen eral commission of the World Arms Conference adjournment today after approving a blunt note lo Germany characterizing her excuses for quit ting the conference us invalid and voting to reconvene on October 20 The meeting was a jicrfunclorv empty gesture but it attracted nii overflow attendance of diplomats delegates and im nnny of observers and reporters recording thc end of the rtrst phase of the worlds at tempts to reach Ktiropenn uuguia mrccioi Between 500 and 600 members arc Jesse H Jones chairman of the board of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation Denn G Achcson under secrelary of the treasury Lewi W Douglas director of the budget J I I 1C r r m iclrzcllcy ntul Waltcr JCtimmines Report for Work ot the Deposit Insurance AT Corporation looming The president said thc initial funds of the liquidation of deposits will be for work this morning at the assembly plant of the Ford Motor Company nftcr a shutdown since September 26 Deposit I n s ii r n n c c Corporation which comes Into existence January 1 The latter organization will realized the danger to the drydock and the ship nncl immediately upon Kodmson began C alllf uu upon heavily and abusing his j the companies di inie J Cheyney 41 of 317 j nc drydock The firemen ft cfr vrtnf i nti t IMI t f i Jennie J Cheyney 41 of on East State street Media has been granted a divorcefrom Roy st J Cheyney 41 of 4656 Griscom street Philadelphia on the grounds of desertion They ware married in Media in 19H According to the testimony of Mrs Cheyney her hus band left their home in Media on ThanksgivingDay 1929 and failed to return Mrs lone Allen 22 of 223 South Fairview avenue Upper Darby has been granted a divorce from Cheston J Allen 24 of Plainfield N j on the grounds of cruel and barbarous treatment The couple was married in FlainSeJd N J on October 2 1029 their task of watting i alr anxious this ine plant will be operated on a cur matter be handled with dispatch and tailed basis It was said this morning i to that end solicit the cooperation official or other connection with any y by Arthur Henderson Presi dent of the reply which already had been approved by thc steering committee im hour en viler The adjournment WHS mnrkcd by a single note of optimism As the dele gates mcpnved to rise Henderson said to them I hope you will return prepared lo write an arms convention The phrase suggested the only wny apparently open to achieve any re sult from Die next dividual negotiations between the na tions looking to a pact which may be signed by nil the fioyenimeiHs except Germany and which may then be submitted lo Chancellor Adolf Hitler for his acceptance or his rejection Thc conference thus has 10 lays in which to put forth intensive cf 1 to achieve one of two e crcw of the steamer who few days The United States Government In anticipation of violence thc I has authority over closed national l was guarded by a large detail banks and can srjpnd nn riUhihitHm Continued on Page Ten of poiics this morning Captain P dlslnbutlon Busher reported that thc picketing strikers had shown a disposition to Continued on Page Ten STATE EMPLOYES ARE DISMISSED MISSING MANS BODYJNCREEK Resident of Main Line Last Seen Week Believed Suicide tmu uiihj 11 11 IU intimidate the men as they returned to the plant this morning but were repulsed when one of their number was taken Into custody and escorted from the crowd William W Marshall leader of the Ford Loyal Employes headed a mo torcatle which assembled on Chester 1 pike west of Oak lane in Glenolrlon UNIVERSITIES IN VIENNA CLOSED VIENNA Oct gov ernment ordered the closing of every university In Austria today after an A rn Pikc west of Oak lane in Glenofrton outbreak of Nazi student rioting and and moved at 7 oclock for the plant Itnc explosion of smoke bombs in the in this city in order that the men j nations leading Institutions could arrive at the plant in time toi Outbreaks occurred simultaneously start up the machinery on scheduled at tnc University of Viennaat Inns time blllck Ora ntn Continued on rage Ten The body of Robert B Lederlc itime ercsldet ni About 2000 men who went on strike IAH vi wu m illUil w IIU WCllL Oil SL1IftC business man who had nearly four weeks ago are still out iQcr nTnrt rln r n L i vuu CLEARED OF INTRIGUE REPORTS WASHINGTON Oct informed that certain elements in Cuba were about publicly to charge AmericanAmbassador Sumner Welles with conspiring with the ousted army officers against the present ment of President Grau revolt the sergeants S TREASURY BALANCE The treasury net balance for October Miscelalneous internal revenue receipts that dnv were Custom receipts 1 Annual Auto Creep Just Held in Paris M Pommerol chauffeur Ing a stylish car beat 179 rivals driving various makes of autos in the slowness con test held in Paris over a course of 89i yards Rules Safety first Engines perfect No stalling Average spaed vas feet per minute Note There were no colli sions Neither was there any when seller and buyer met to mutual satisfaction through this classified ad in Chester Times EDGMONT AVE 1722Furnlshed apartment continuous hot runnlni wnter Includes gas electric and chot anouncsment was received today of the dismissal of 27 state em ployes the withdrawal of 38 othsrs and the subsequent appoint ment of 19 employes to state po sitions Residents of this county who were among those dismissed were Marie Rogan Upper Darby clerk salary 57BO Catherine E Norton Bywood typist salary S1I40 R P Matthews Media accountant salary Eugene L Heyser of Swarthmore was appointed to a position as en gineer with a salary of 54200 FOUR INJURED IN AUTOMOBILE CRASH An automobile driven by Irving Wolfrey of Lenni was struck by a car driven by John Renzzi of Lima on Pennell road near the Baltimore pike early today as the result of which Wolfrey suffered a fractured skull his father Lsvi suffered fractured kneecap and his brother Allen received a puncture wound of Ihe left leg while Renzzi suffered a i puncture wound of the nose I alleged confession of the CONTR A CT All of the injured were taken wf madc to Cnief of Police1 Prfia Wnsnit nl Hv Id rrtne wOrUl Bfit tOn liic nn nf Continued on Page Ten J lliJUHLr l llflli mile below the Holland Bridge where i P A T T V AT the missing mans abandoned car had I Ur been discovered Tuesday evening WARD TYRIVTnrl A TC At a bend in the lake bside the AKLl 1 b upper quarry one of the deepest spots in the creek the body came to the Democrats of this city will begin aaernoonb0It ther acliviUcs a ralfV be held Scouts from Media in Hall Fifteenth and searching thewoods nil day for the i streets tonight under the aus missing man It was pulled out by i Piccs tne First Ward Democratic Sergeant Reichart of the state police cubwhose candidate in the Alder who had that morning been searchj manic fight is Bernard M Dunion mg the waters with Edward Davis 1 Thc speakers will be Samuel Gootl j ley candidate for director of the Continued on Page Ten I poor William O Ilgcnfritz candi ADMITS MURDER OF TWOrPOLICE SAY John Stctscr candidates for citv bruck Graz and the Loeben Mining College Police believed the demon strations were carefully planned The Swastika flag was hoisted at Vienna while thc rioting students hurled smoke bombs and stood oft battalions of police sent to quell them Many arrests and injuries were re ported in the cncuing fighting but the government apparently had the situation well in hand W Vn IK lne candidates for A Oa DE LA WARE YOUTHS CREATED DISORDER Five youths from Delaware were arrested late last night when they began riding through the streets in Bethel Court and shouting at the top of their voices Tnkcn into custody by Patrolmen Rosen and Wright on a disorderly conduct charge they gave ths names Walter Howard 18 Roy Schuller 10 and Charles Hilliard 18 all of Clay mont Del and George Armstrong 1 To persunde Germany to return to the faintly of nations through the pledge of a compromise 2 To arrive at a disarmament con vention satisfactory to all Europe without the Inclusion of Germany and so Impressive that Hitler will be forced to join or find himself outside thc European pale No German delegates were present at the general commissions open meeting today The dominant figures were Normnn Davis American repre sentative Sir John Simon British foreign minister and Joseph Paul Boncour French foreign minister The three conversed In low tdhcs for several minutes before Hender son took his place on the rostrum and banged his gavel for order Davis is credited with attempting lo conciliate the widely divergent views in the steering committee and it was his pleas for a continuance of the conference after a brief ndjouni ment that prevented a complete wrecking of thc parley H was also Davis who counselled taking a softer tone towards the Berlin government than some of thc European diplomats advised The note sent lo Baron Konstantin Von Nrurath German foreign minister v IWO U1LV n JllillOLtUllli council the candidates for 1 18 Marshall Adkins both of Ii m Unllir SEES 8000000 MEN ARMED FOR NEXT WORLD WAR Writer Visions More Po tential Reasons Than Ever for Conflict G c r m a n y s Resignation F r o in Nation League Crashes Peace Hope By WEBtt MILLER European News Manager of the United Press YORK Oct 1033 by life United col lapse ot the great plans for estab lishment of a new world order as outgrowth of the World War is has tened by Germanys resignation from lne League of Nations and ruptura of the Disarmament Conference Hope for n new postwar world sys tem based upon a world parliament to settle International conflicts peace fully instead of by slaughter and hope for universal disarmament in ternational cooperation arbitration of disputes and treaties of concllla t oni and nonaggression arc dealt a shattering blow Attainment of the aims for which millions marched into the war to endwar and died seems more hope less han at any time since ths armistice Danger of eventual war is greater than ttt Rny moment Elnca iUio Nearly 8000000 men In the world are armed and In training for millions more than in 1014 Nations are spending hundreds of millions of dollars more now in preparation or slaughter than ever before in history More terrible and eflectiva means of killing have been invented Today there are more potential causes of wars than ever as a result of redrawing of the map of Europe by thc Treaty of Vcrsaillae Bitter economic wars throughoutthe world Continued on rage Ten Continued on Pajc Ten WOMAN MEETS DEATH IN FALL IN PHILA Mrs Robert Blakcslec wife of a prominent manufacturing company official of Trenton N J fell to her death today from a fire escape at the Philadelphia Orthopedic Hospital in Philadelphia today Physicians who were treating her at the institution said Mrs Blakcslee confessed to the murders of his i iiiLrtaJU WI11IC U1C OL11CI Announcement of the rallyt came thrcc sentenced to serve 24 here toi Fifteenth street Media Hospital by James Rudolph of the 6200 block on Maple avenue in Philadelphia The Wolfreys were on vw VA John Britton following his capture late last night at Dunbar near here The youth had been Runted since BY CONG OLEUM CO 3 KILLED IN STORM HITTING TINY Legislator Asks Opinions on Pa Liquor Control Mils is investigating the accident CHILD STRUCK found at Trace Fork a Jm munity located 40 miles from ton idCMv0f the as to the best ods of liquor control which it the head and face yesterday after noon shortly before 4 oclock when he was struck by an automobile driven by Jerry Reich 256 Warren street Newark N J at Bullcns Lane and BECAUSE HE RAN OVER A DOG SAYRE Okla Oct per soixs were killed another was injured The Turner Construction Company i seriously and more than worth as been let the contract for a shop of Property was destroyed by a tor ly 33 were operation to be erected in 5 llado i a small area nine miles small com Hook for CongolcumNnirn southeast of Sayre yesterday am Charles c Thc Poposcd units will replace Frank Ysmdell 77 a farmer his a gjoup of old improvements It is wife 74 and his great grandson planned to erect at a later time a Luther Lawrence 9 were killed Na i wit itj Ul y OH iiuilLLU oillUC m niiuWiUi Wito JilJUl CU their way to work at a textile mill bePtember 11 when the bodies of his The Turner Construction Company seriously and more than worth whin thc crash occurred i Parents the Rev James Frank Eciciv 1 las lct tn9 contract for a shop of property was destroyed by a tor Constable Charles Kelly of Ashton and Mfs Bertie Eddv 33 were lllcimg operation to be erected in llado i small area nine miles ils is invfstiatincT thr found at Trnrc Vnii n TT NEVADA Mo Oct of brick and to be one and be e lieved will perhaps be the most im pike Ridley Police say that thc boy who suf fercd a lacerated lip check and fore todav head ran out in front of thc car cnarge John with his Knapp 23 is tfead and Jones faces a murder iinttaUf e mosi im neaa ran Om m JIOJIL 01 me car j iU411lVi comfmV Wlth which the Murray WPS taken to Taylor HOS Miss Geneva Irwin 21 was ridinc orncVy Promnent svSa W n the pcnnpital and the driver of the car car with Krwup when It dsCt 483 syivania leg slature will be called rested bv Ridlcv tomiship ovrr niri wnosc hold to Wait ths result of ane questions which Mr Turnrr injuries propounds to assist him to J An nnininn QC i Lulhej Lawrence 9 were killed were caused by head injuries PLANE PILOTS KILLEDJN CRASH ILL AT SONS HOME CLARKESVILLE Tcnn Oct I commercial pilots were Josiah Smith former district at Al5dto tocay when their rli f j T i i i torney and prominent member of fire and crashed WORSTED IN FIGHT Joseph Bonsall 31 of Ninth street i walked in the Chester Hos arly this morning and requested that he be given treatment for a lacerated wrist an injury he said he had suffered during a fight in a house in the 600 block Barclay street Ex amination disclosed that an artery had been severed Patrolmen Pcdrlck and Stewart went to thn hospital find I placed Bonsall under nrerst after his i injuries had been given treatment i He was released this morning by Magistrate Honan AUTO DAMAGED An automobile owned by Gertrude M Diggins of 235 East Fourth street and driven by Philip E Walker of 3H West Fifth street was damaged when it collided with another car driven by Lewis Bruno of the 600 block West Seventh street at Hie in tersection of Patterson and Barclay streets last night WOMAN GOP LEADER DIES IN NEW YORK NEW YORK Oct Hen rietta Wells Llvermore founder and first president of the Womens Na tional Republican Club died Satur day nlRht of a heart ailment st her home 144 Park avenue Yonkers Sho was G3 She had been ill several months A national figure in the fight for women suffrage Mrs Livermore waa one of the leaders in cdticatin women in their political responsibili ties She established the first politi cal school of the club she headed She was the wife of Arthur L Liver more New York lawyer In the campaigns to elect Presi dents Harding and Hoover she had charge of organization of Republi can women in the Eastern States i member of the commission to rep resent the United States at the Bra zilian Centennial Exposition in 1923 PARTLY CLOUDY AND WARMER Partly cloudy and warmer Is tht forecast for today in Eastern Penn sylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland Rain Is predicted for to morrow The highest temperature here jes terday was 65 degrees at 4 p m and tne lowest was 47 degrees at 5 a m The average of 56 was two degrees below noimal The highest temperature ever recorded here for October 15 was I So in 1920 and the lowest was 32 in an are lbws5 to licensed retail stores be FIRE DAMAGES AWNING return of the Crews a rt 1 lne mensmg Hook and Ladder Should hard liquor be sold in hn TVere calcd out at 9 am yesterday i no in response to a still alarm and ex tinguished a blazing awning in front of a meat market on Welsh street near Eighth street The fire believed to have been caused by a carelessly MC uiapuiumu wun as at present i cscarced cigarette was extinguished Should licenses be granted bv W within a fcw moments with the con mrts or by some other agency If tents of a hanci extinguisher t some other how should It be by tllc Attorney Mr Turner is anxious to deter i s ores Should beer and wine be permitted 10 be dispensed with as at present They were William T Murray 35 As Knapp admitted he was Jones pulled a gun from beneath his sweater and shot him RUSSIA LOOKS CONDITION IS IMPROVED The condition of Mrs John Lacusch i Order Knight wife of a West End business man whlca opened here today tend the 15th annual convention of the Supreme Commandery of the Continent of America Ancient and Illustrious Order Knights of Malta CHEWS OXALIC ACID DIES Tni r rcPorcd considerably improved i UK H AKtoday after sufTerinR from blood poisoning of the leg for the past two READING Pa Oct UP PEIFING Oct reside Tlie curious white crystals which he has strengthened her far eastern 7l1lrd slrcftnncl both found near a stream and put into fcnscsm preparation far a possible vrn i of he Irs mouth lo taste brought death to war with Jaoan a Soviet Ukrainian Naticmal Home at Fourth Jack d Ward streets i cians portant matter from persona reached by the questionnaire The program 5s an extension one and many able speakers are expected Nine days of prajer began Saturday EXECUTED FOR MURDER j v 4Jniil Loiimtr Jehol northward craft llceman po Roosevelt to Get Full Transcript Of County Case A transcript of testimony in the Delaware county conspiracy case will be presented to President Roosevelt upon completion of the da in United States District Court This was disclosed by govern ment officials as they prepared to renew their evidence presentation and Charges today before Judge A Welsh and the jury in Philadelphia The full transcript of the testi mony will be presented to ths president as a picture of thc times in which we live it was said While officials declined to dis close the channels through which the testimony will go to thc White House they indicated that the full testimony had been requested from a high Washington source Sunrise today was at a m and sunset will be at p Eastern Standard time WIT DIES PASADENATcal Oct INS A heart attack today had caused ths death of thc Countess Jaro Von Schmidt 78 noted beauty and wit formerly Miss Eleanor Beebe Svra cuse N Y socialite She wasths widow of an Austrian nobleman The Weather WASHINGTON Oct Eastern Pennsylvania cloudiness followed by rain tate to niRhl or Tuesday warmer tonight colder Tuesday night Western Pennsylvania Rain to nipht and probably Tuesday morn ing slifhdy warmer tonight cofdcr Tuesday TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m n a m 60 7 B m4612 Noon 62 8 a m 3 a m 10 a m 52 1 p m 2 p m 5S 64 M   

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