Radio: The Busy Air, Sep. 6, 1948

IN PHILADELPHIA—where $20,000 in bogus $10 bills has recently been passed— WCAU-TV televised a counterfeit and a genuine ten-dollar bill (Hollywood is forced by law to photograph nothing but stage money). With Secret Service sanction, a commentator pointed out the differences (e.g., on the counterfeit, Hamilton's hair is lighter and whiter). WCAU has also televised pictures of wanted criminals, on the theory, says News Director Harold L. Hadley, that "guys who are wanted will frequent taprooms that have television." Fellow barflies are expected to turn them in.

IN MANHATTAN, the Communist Party asked for and was refused free time to answer ABC's...

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