Pay, Military and Civilian
The Senate of the U. S. on Dec. 16, 1929 passed a bill authorizing the Federal Radio Commission "to appoint a Chief Engineer, who shall receive a salary of $10,000 per annum, and not to exceed two assistants to such Chief Engineer at salaries not to exceed $7,500 per annum. . . .' The engineering work of the Federal Radio Commission has been performed heretofore by Capt. Hill, U. S. A., and, before him, by Commander Craven, U. S. N.
It is interesting to note this contrast: the pay of...