Radio: Going To Town

Although Federal Communications Commission Chairman Frank Ramsay McNinch thinks purge is a nasty word, last week he persuaded his commission to oust three more FCC staff men, bringing his purge score to seven. By abolishing FCC's examining division, incorporating the examiners in the legal division under McNinch's right-hand man. General Counsel William James Dempsey, FCC sidestepped civil service statutes and fired Chief Examiner Davis G. Arnold, Examiner Melvin H. Dalberg. Similar action ousted Publicity Man G. Franklin Wisner. But FCC will not be without a pressagent. Marion Livingston Ramsay was borrowed for 90...

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