From Our Dublin Correspondent
Mr. Frank Gallagbar, until recently editor-in-chief of the Irish Press. took up his duties as assistant director of broadcasting in the Free State on Monday.
In 1911 Mr. Gallagher entered journalism, joining the staff of the Cork Free Press. Two years later he was appointed London and parliamentary correspondent, and late in the following year became editor. When the paper ceased publication in November, 1916, he came to
Early this year be applied for reinstateMCni in the civil service and was appointed principal clerk by the civil service commissioners and assigned to the broadcasting service as assistant director.