National Affairs: Air Patrol

Fortnight ago, the House passed a bill which affects the ears of more people than any other act of the present session of Congress. Last week the Senate twice refused to delay this bill by sending it back to conference. Passage loomed. "An Act," it is entitled, "for the regulation of radio communications."

Authors of the bill are Senator Dill and Congressman White.

Mr. Dill, after teaching country school and reporting for Cleveland newspapers, went West. He reached the State of Washington in 1909, and 13 years later persuaded that commonwealth to send him, only...

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