WEATHER: Time-Savers

Nationally mild spring evenings were made longer as many millions of citizens throughout the U. S. last week set their watches ahead, lost one hour of sleep with the advent of Daylight Saving Time. Principal nonconformist was John D. Rockefeller Jr., who, like the New York Central, does not believe in D. S. T. Last week Mr. Rockefeller's secretaries, as they must each spring, began carrying two watches to keep in time with their boss and with the world.


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