RADIO: Commission

Last week the President conferred with Secretary of Commerce Herbert C. Hoover, picked well-trained minds of radio and one able jurist to reign over radio. They will form the commission, created by the White-Dill Radio Bill (TiME, Feb. 21) to rule for one year and have the last word in all disputes thereafter.

For listeners, broadcasters, these five men are tsars:

Rear Admiral William Hannum Grubb Bullard, Republican, blunt strong-minded naval veteran of two wars is the President's choice for chairman; he will serve six years.

Orestes H. Caldwell, Republican, is "the perfect...

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