Science: Radio Congress

Herbert Hoover, Tsar of radio, called his Duma together. From far and near came radiocasters to the Third National Radio Conference at Washington. Mr. Hoover calls these conferences, invites those present to make suggestions for alterations and additions to the radio code. On the basis of their recommendations, the Department of Commerce from time to time draws up and recodifies the laws of the other.

The Secretary of Commerce presided over the conclave and welcomed it with a speech in which he said:

"It is our duty to consider the possibilities and potentialities of...

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