From the sweeping span across the Delaware River between Philadelphia and Camden, on the south, to the Frenchtown, N. J. bridge on the north, grey-clad Pennsylvania State troopers were drawn up against a line of blue-clad New Jersey troopers last week. On Oct. 15 a Pennsylvania law had gone into effect requiring Pennsylvania licenses on all commercial buses and trucks owned outside and operating inside the State. New Jersey retaliated by closing its borders to all Pennsylvania trucks and buses, whether operated for hire or privately used. While Governor Gifford Pinchot...

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