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The Newts-Review, Roteburg, Ore Thurs., Sept. 29, 1949
There's Millions In Television But
Color Type Believed Years In Future
By HAL BOVLE v
PASSAIC, N. J. (. A video pioneer ay It will probably be
t least a decade berore you can have ralnbowsin your living
"I figure color television Is still 10 to 20 years away," said Dr.
Allen B. Du Mont, one of the
The Federal Communications
commission is currently holding
hearings on whether to authorize
"I think the FCC will postpone
the thing until they have some
thing decent to go ahead with,"
said Du Mont. "There has been
no real change In either the CBS
or RCA systems In the last three
"We are experimenting with
half a dozen methods ourselves,
but you can't make a foolproof
color system overnight. And
there Just isn't a system ready
yet that Is commercially feasi
ble." The FCC announced In advance
of its hearings that It wouldn't
approve any color system that
would make television sets now
"big three". TV manufacturers.
on the market obsolete.
Du Mont believes that hy 1953
there will be 13,500.000 video box
es in use, 1,000 RV stations on
the air, and some 950,000 persons
in the mushrooming new indus
try. The 4Syear old scientist-turned-businessman
began at the bot
tom. In 1931 the young inventor
made the biggest decision of his
lite "to be my own boss."
First Six Years Wont
He began turning out cathode
ray tubes in a remodeled garage.
"Our sales for the first year
totaled exactly $30," he recalled
"and we lost money for six
But by 1941 the firm had an
annual gross of SMO.OOO. In 1948
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it had grown to $27,000,000, and
this year Du Mont expects it will
reach $45,000,000 to $50,000,000.
He has his own television net
work now and Just this week ded
icated a $2,000,000 plant at East
Patterson, N. J , capable of turn
ing out a TV stt every 20 sec
onds. Du Mont has patented more
than 50 Inventions himself and
still tinkers a couple of hours a
day with some 80 TV sets he has
set up in a laboratory near his
"I used to keep them in the
house, but my wife screamed so
much I had to move them out to
a lab," he said.
He feels that radio will soon be
secondary to television and be
lieves this is already true In the
larger cities. And he stubbornly
contests the contention by some
that radio will retain its dom
inance during daytime hours.
"We already have a bigger
audience on some of our daytime
TV programs than competing ra
dio stations," he said.
with bomb manufacture In their
"In view of Russia's claim that
she has the bomb, we have more
responsibility than ever before
to keep atomic developments en
tirely under our control," he said.
Chairman McMahon (D-Conn)
Savants May Join
U.S. In Atom Job
WAS! IINGTON. Sept. 2H-OT) -Lawmakers
heard today that Bri
tish and Canadian scientists may
he invited to join in atomic en
ergy developments in this coun
try. Senator Illckenlooper (R Iowa)
told a reporter he has asked for
legal advice on whether any such
arrangement can be made, lie
wants to know whether it would
violate terms of the atomic en
ergy act, which he and others
contend bans exchange of A
bomb information with any other
Another committee member,
who asked not to be quoted by
name, said It is his belief that
British and Canadian experts
could be taken into the American
firoject without any change in the
This senator said he would not
be surprised it some such pro
posal is made as a result of Am
erican British Canadian atomic
talks which James K. Webb, un
dersecretary of state, has said
probably will be put on a con
Illckenlooper said he has no
basic objection to bringing Brit
ish and Canadian scientists into
the American set-up, so long as
they are properly screened. He
added that he would favor a
change In the law to that end, if
The senator made It plain, how
ever, that he doesn't subscribe
to any full partnership arrange
ment under which tne British
would be given the complete
know-how and would go ahead
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International Mint-Smelter Union Labeled As 'Disgrace'
SPOKANE, Sept. 29. UP) The
CIO International Union of Mine,
Mill and Smelter workers was la
beled Tuesday as "a disgrace to
the labor unions ot tnis country.
Robert E. Vivian, a staff mem
ber of the American Metal mar
ket, New York Mining publica
tion, attacked the union. His cri
ticisms were in a speech pre
pared for the Western Division
convention of the American Min
Vivian told Mine operators at
tending the convention that "you
no longer can stand by and ee
your employes used as pawns
by a labor union that has r.o
sense of shame."
He urged the congress to ask
the Justice department to probe
further Into the status of some
union officials who recently sign
ed non communist affidavits.
Vivian said that in one case
an official of the union tore up
his membership card in the com
munist party but reaffirmed his
belief in communism.
'The communism we see In ou.
labor unions today is but a part
of the infintely wider conspiracy
directed against the free world, '
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