COMMUNICATIONS: Carlton v. Young

"In the matter of Mr. Young's views on international communications, with all respect, of course. I put them in the class with any advice he might feel moved to give to nursing mothers."

So, last week, spoke smartly-tailored Newcomb Carlton, head of Western Union Telegraph Co., to the Interstate Commerce Committee of the U. S. Senate sitting to ponder national policy on communications, nerve of trade, nerve of war. Last month Owen D. Young of Radio Corp. had told the same Senate Committee that a merger of Radio Corp.'s...

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