BOARDS & BUREAUS: Fixer and Feud


Few Government employes occupy a more ticklish position than the seven members of the Federal Communications Commission, whose weightiest duty is to assign air channels and regulate their use by U. S. broadcasters. Last week President Roosevelt did to the Commission just twice as much as he had just done to the Supreme Court. He took advantage of two vacancies to appoint two new members who will bring it more into line with his own ideas.

Upped to the membership vacated by the retirement of Republican Irvin Stewart for a full...

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