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GROUP APPOINTED TO STUDY TRAFFIC Secretary Lamont Names Committee of 39 to Take Up Problem* By the Associated Press. The Federal G-wernment today moved to solve the trt flic congestion problem. A committee of 39 prominent busi ness men and traffic experts was ap pointed by Secretary Lamont, with E. j. Mehren of Chicago as chairman, to study the question. It will hold its first meeting October 10. The group was appointed as a part of the program of the national confer ence on street and highway safety, of which Secretary Lamont is chairman. Committees already have been ap pointed on maintenance of motor vehi cles and protection of railway grade crossings and major highway intersec tions. “Traffic congestion and Inadequate facilities for street and highway traffic,” the Secretary said, "constitute one of the foremost problems before us today.” Members of the committee, in addi tion to the chairman, are Norman Damon. Fred W. Baer, W. H. Harland, Thomas MacDonald and Charles H. Tompkins of Washington; Owen B. Augspurger, Harold S. Duttenheim, O. W. Daniels, Lewis A. De Blois, Lee J. East man, D. C. Fenner, V. Everett Macy, William M. Nevin, J. W. Roberts and Col. William J. Wilgus of New York: Harland Bartholomew and Reyburn Hoffman of St. Louis; A. L. Belle Isle, Atlanta; R. H. Boykin. Jersey City; R. Keith Compton, Richmond; F. H. Devere, Auburn, R. I.; H. B. FloVer6, New Orleans; J. X. Galvin, E. J. Mc- Ilraith, Earl J. Reeder and Henry Relmers, Chicago: Stanley Good, El Paso; Harold M. Gould and William P. Rutledge, Detroit; Arthur M. Hill, Charleston, W. Va.; Paul G. Hoffman, South Bend, Ind.; Alfred B. Koch. Toledo: Burton W. Marsh, Pittsburgh; ■■■ ■ ■ ' ■ "■ You Always Save Momey at Hechingers on TkMngerCa, New Lumber d®ck-bottomprices,,J New Plumbing 3—Branches—3 main orncE*6tt&c.sus w. mr C L 0 CAMP MEIGS-5*&R*Av«.N E. 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C. « Character and Earning Power Arc the Basis of Credit • ■L . Mix equal parte of brown £ euede (or black kid) with j i simulated lizard. Add a \ L /' dash of gold piping . . . and you've this sparkling new “Carlton" tie . . . on ite new K ! I!. J 1,07 • ~ Miller McCormick, Cambridge, Matt.; J. Gordon McKay and Frederick L. Swetland, Cleveland; H. B. Potter, Bal timore, and G. H. Pride, Brooklyn. LEADERIN BOAT RACE DROPS OUT OF FIELD Horn Bra, Far Ahead in Biver Contest, Withdraws at Grand Lake, Ark. By the Associated Press. NEW ORLEANS, September 20. —The Horn Bru, last reported far in the lead in the speedboat race from New Orleans to St. Louie, withdrew on arriving at Grand Lake, Ark., at 3 am. today, a long-distance telephone message from the fueling crew above Lake Providence, La., stated. The reason was not given. The withdrawal of the Horn Bru left only the two New Orleans boats, the Cherie and the Bernadette, in the con test. Last reports gave the lead to the Cherie in the 100-mUe lap from Lake Providence, La., to Arkansas City, Ark. The Vivian G withdrew last night at Vicksburg on account of high wind handicaps and a heavy river, its pilot, S. J. Glanelloni. jr„ said. —.— ■ Graf Listed as Sea Ship. NEW' YORK, September 20 (/P). —A ship of the air is recognized in a compendium of ships of the sea. The New York maritime register now lists | the Graf Zeppelin. CHURCH NOTICE. Novena in honor of the LITTLE FLOWER —at— ST. DOMINIC’S CHURCH 6th and F Sts. S.W. Opens SUNDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 22. at 7:30. Preached by the Pastor, Rev. Raphael M. Burke, O. P. THE EVENIKO STAR, WASHINGTON, P. C.. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, I 9». CHAMPION ORATORS RETURNING HOME Contest Party Has Visited Principal Central and South American Countries. The National Oratorical Contest party is due to arrive in New York Wednes day. They sailed September 12 from Rio de Janeiro on the S. S. American Legion. The party upon reaching this country will have completed a three-month tour. ; Another One of the Eiftht / J-jf Hahn Special “Master Styles ” [ \\ ’BUCK* JtV a Hail Fellow Well Met sort of shoe—if •WALES'’ n I \ you get what we mean. Imported Holland Grain, > ' soft, me H° w * ruddy, tan or black leather that com- Pj bines rugged service with Collegiate style, free and \ L easy comfort. Hard leather heels—semi-soft, wide, I full toe. A shoe that will hit you in the eye— iTF - N. > minute you see it! fv 'jp/M I i| w urn wU at under **Man's Shop ” I wm&Ki Nine Bucks! 14th at G , ? 7th & K 3212 14th V? ™ ..... _ - ... U—m ———— mm — ' " '"==== Women are flocking A to this extraordinary “Fall Opening” Special Purchase \ \ "N v FflM Shoe Beauties \ very start »iiede trimmed W J * -—and . patents, l $ i At our 7th St» and “ Arcade 99 Stores only d • f covering 12,000 miles, during the course of which they visited the princioal countries of Central and South America. The members of the group follow: Ben W. Sw'offord, Kansas City, Mo.; Lee Miller, Maywood. 111.; Miss Lucille Fletcher, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Miss Kath erine Marshall, Quanah, Tex.; James L. Butsch, Washington, D. C.; Miss Eliza beth V. Corey, Portland, Me.; Albert Finch, Battle Creek, Mich., and Wilbur Thlbault, Portland, Oreg.; Dr. and Mrs. Glen Levin Portland, chaperons. The party was also accompanied by the Mexican winner, Roberto Gris. Hungarian Star to Sing in Chicago. BUDAPEST, Hungary, September 20 (/P). —Emma Kosary, one of the most prominent operetta singers of Hungary, has signed a contract to appear in Chi cago. She will leave for the United States on October 17. New bathing suits at the Lido have “ba re-backs,” waists and pajamas. r-r. l y ‘ «*»- *y-. i ;_f J - r .;*•• V? > .- *« • * •> FARNUM WILL ADDRESS BAR MEETING TONIGHT Assistant Attorney General, Back From Europe, Scheduled for Talk to Federal Association. George R. Farnum, the Assistant At torney General, who recently returned from a trip to England, will address the monthly meeting of the Federal Bar Association to be held in the audito rium of the Interior Department to night at 8 o’clock. The subjects of his address will be his observations of the English judicial system and the oper ation and functioning of the English tribunals of justice. Judge Fenton Booth, chief justice of the Court of Claims, who is chairman of the judiciary committee of the asso ciation. will address the meeting cn the proposed changes in the Federal judiciary. The chairman of the irgls lative committee of the association, C. Nless, will submit a report on pay legis lation and will discuss th» Mcßeynolds wage report, issued as a result of the Federal investigation on comparative wages of private and Federal employ ment. There will be a discussion by the council of the question of reduction of the Income tax on earned income. Maj. Horace Jones, dliairman of the program and entertainment committee, will out line the social program of the associa tion for the ensuing year. W. W. Warwick, chief counsel of the Employes’ Compensation Commission will be inducted as a member of the executive council. jMßliiaipajiiTUX.JuLl— j''' SUPERIOR GARAGES IN ALL MATERIALS TIN ROOFS PORCHES BUILT WE RIMLf'.D, REMODEL. REPAIR ANYTHING AND GIVE TERMS (Ponebraker kJ/ebvice First Trust Notes Yielding Interest Money to Loan on Real Ittat* J. Leo Kolb •3S NEW YORK AVENUE Repair Parts (or Your Furnace FRIES, BEALL & SHARP 734 10th St. N.W. Natl. 1964 i 1 ■■ ■ —»■ —* ■ For more than half a century, Reliable School Shoes have been the bulwark of our business. The effervescent “springs” from we continually gather renewed youth and embryo customers. Mothers wel come the long wear of our school shoes . . . the correct fit and free dom they give growing feet.. .and their undisputed economy. Their sparkling styles.. .adapted from our newest footwear creations for men and women . . . place our School and College shoes in topmost favor with girls and boys. “HAHN SPECIALS” I I Our great popular priced group Styled like Dad's. and again steps to the front for Econ - extra quality throughout. omy. Nowhere in the wide world There are no finer boys’ school shoes that look and wear shoes made than these, n goo.—/or *o little money.' IsV # \ G (kJI IbL / jj§§L' Iral Junior Men’s collegiate im ,s y J/ ported tan Scotch grain wing or black suede and other smart ma rt • 1 O 11* terials. Size* 3 to ' Vs — $7.50. special helling ' good wearing shoes * for smaller children Mighty good shoes for little money, «d n ■ are these. Sturdily made with Good- One of many exquisite Bally » X year stitched damp-proof leather Swiss imported dress and party i i #1 soles, wide foot-form last. Dressy slippers for misses, minor women enough for dress and ruggedly dura- and little children. Priced accord- 0 ble for school. *™~53.75. $4.(5, $5.7(3. Sizes Bt4 to 11-52.29 J JpfJunior Women’s smart Collegiate _ Mmf * iports oxfords of two-tone brown jB ralf, with “Plytex” rubber sole and mr low heel. For high school and college girls. Sizes 2% to 8— 56.50. School Stockings mpr 3212 14th Novelty sports effects in lISICS OT ZAyOn And lisle mixtures. Striped, diamond shoes also in shaped .and checkered e<- # • ' sects, in popular colors. W Til 111 nrtoV/fl ” Values that exceed all tmr JUIUUiIUWU previous efforts. Women’s Shop, 1207 F 35c; 3 prs. $1 1 v II -» VOLCANO AROUSES ALARM. Mont Pelee, in West Indies, Shows Signs of Eruption. BT. VINCENT, West Indies. Septem ber 20 <£*).—Fear of an eruption of Mont Pelee continues among the pop // \\ P»rUii* end TtrepUt* if Jy | jj? | \\ Mo4»U ft Crtry I'mpaf i Instant, Odorless Heat this Fall i I I Cheerful and warm as sunshine, these keen Fall days and infinitely cheaper than furnace heat —Radiantfire, the new, revolutionary heater. Install one. Save a ton of coal between this and Christmas. Heat by a new principle— radiant rays that send heat directly into the room—pure, smokeless, oderless, cleanly 1 heat. Saves bother and coal bills. Improves I ventilation. It is a gas room heater Models from sls up. See them today. EDGAR MORRIS SALES CO. 1305 G Street N.W. National 1032 HUMPHREY I Radygjtttjug | illation of St. Pierre. Yesterday there were heavy rains and a fall of ashes accompanied by renewed activity of the volcano. Residents are evacuating towns near the mountain. The heat is still excessive here and the winds are changeable, but the sea remains very calm.