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Hazen Plan Would Include
Division of Rock Creek
Thoroughfare.
•peelal Dispatch to The Star.
* NEW YORK. June 8.—Washington
eould “spend profitably" i,t least
125,000,000 on a new highway safety
program, including construction of
through-traffic highways skirting the
city and making a divided thorough
fare of the Rock Creek and Potomac
Parkway, Distrcit Commissioner Mel
vin C. Hazen said here today.
Mr. Hazen was greatly impressed
by the modern system of safety by
pass and elevated highways already
built and under construction in the
vicinity of New York, which he Is
inspecting with District Traffic Direc
tor William A. Van Duzer an(> Capt.
H. C. Whitehurst, director of District
highways.
“We can’t ever catch up, at the
Tate we are going,” Mr. Hazen said.
“Why these people up here are spend -
♦ Ing millions of dollars where we are
spending a dollar for traffic safety.
"I think we could profitably spend
at least $25,000,000 on needed projects,
♦but Washington always has been op
posed to going into debt and the
problem now is whether we should
go into debt for such a program.”
The Commissioner said he would
discuss the possibility of seeking-legis
lation for a bond issue to finance his
projected program with the Board of
i Commissioners and civic leaders on
bis return to Washington.
: “It is something to think about,”
he said, “and. of course, we will not
take any definite steps until after
- thorough discussion.”
, The party of District officials was
to be escorted today on a trip up the
new Henry Hudson Parkway along
the Hudson River, after a 125-mile
tour of other New York and New Jer
sey highways yesterday. The visitors
plan to leave tomorrow for Washing
ton.
^ Mr. Hazen said he considered con
struction of a modem highway from
J Alexandria to connect with the Balti
more boulevard and Defense highway
and avoid traffic congestion in Wash
ington by skirting the southeast and
' northeast sections of the city, as one
of the District’s greatest needs for im
proving traffic safety.
| • “And sooner or later,” he said, “we’ve
| got to divide the Rock Creek and
11 Potomac Parkway.” This would in
f volve having one-way roads on each
' side of Rock Creek, he explained.
Many of the new safety highways in
spected on the present tour are divid
*ed, with parkways in the center and
one-way traffic flowing on each side.
Mr. Hazen also was impressed with
the efficiency of horse-mounted traffic
jpolicemen in Manhattan and said he
planned to renew attempts to obtain
a horse-mounted police squad for the
District, where mounted patrols were
discontinued several years ago.
REV. FRANCIS LYONS
' TO ADDRESS RALLY
Founder of Convert League to
Speak to Unit Here—1,000
Expected to Attend.
The Rev. Francis P. Lyons, C. S. P.,
of San Francisco, founder and national
spiritual director of the Convert
League, will address a special Convert
League rally, under the auspices of
g the Catholic Daughters of America, at
4 p.m. Sunday at Sacred Heart Church,
Sixteenth street
and Park road
. N.W.
More than 1,000
persons are ex
pected to attend
the rally at
which Father
Lyons will speak
on "An Urgent
^Message for a
Wounded World.”
> Father Lyons
* formerly was at
. tached to St.
Suzanne’s Amer
ican Church In
Rome, and later
Father Lyons.
was superior of St. Paul’s College here.
The rally is part of a national
program being sponsored in every
* State during June, under the direc
tion of the Most Rev. William J.
* Havey, Bishop of Scranton and
national chaplain of the Catholic
. Daughters of America, and Miss Mary
C. Duffy, supreme regent.
' There will be a solemn benediction
, following the principal address.
During an informal program and
reception to be held in the school
t, auditorium after the benediction, brief
^addresses will be made by the Rev.
> Dr. John Cartwright, pastor of the
Jbimaculate Conception Church, and
the Rev. Dr. A. J. Burggraff, C. S. P.,
superior of St. Paul’s College. Mrs.
Florence M. Winter, national chair
« man of the Convert League, will pre
* aide. A tea will conclude the program.
REST FOR HORSES
) Congress Passes Bill Providing
4
Base for Retired Steeds.
Congress has decided the Govem
' ment’s wornout horses and mules
1 should have either a quiet death or a
. life of ease.
The Senate passed and sent to the
White House yesterday a bill re
; quiring that animals no longer fit for
* service "be destroyed or put to pas
; ture.”
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49 _
Doubling Up
TWO BROTHERS WIN GRADU
ATION HONORS.
MATTHEW FRANK
THORP. THORP.
Sons of Mrs. Alice Thorp,
2129 Eighteenth street N.W.
Matthew and Frank are being
graduated with honors this
month from Valley Forge Mili
tary Academy. Both plan to
go to West Point.
•Sloane’s*
■711 Twelfth Street1
The Fourth Annual Sale of the
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• .
* •
At Reductions Up to 50c on the Dollar
*
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/ •
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t
Empire Group of genuine Honduras mahogany
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Reduced from $435_
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l including Twin Beds.
Reduced from $335_5
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Eight pieces, including Twin Beds, Att
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