Daily News from New York, New York on September 27, 1947 · 16
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( 3 "c:i n. DICK TRACY VES SUE S IN THIS HOUSE. SHE'S SHE'S A VICIOUS MURDERESS A MONSTER!, SHE'S- . m. a W 9 ilk at . 4i & l- UH-1 i HINK 1M UUINU TO FAI r-i 03 r ! FtHE DOOS THEV WENT)! I UPSTAIRS. 1 'tT ISWT AUTUMN HEWS -aw r a, taw ammmmw ma- - f&r i in i -1 - b a; r3 132 -4 H Stocks Down fractions as Trading Sags ' By McKAY RUSSELL Stocks yesterday rounded out a dull week in slow trading sad lower prices. Today will give the Stock and Curb Exchanges their last Saturday holiday. Half-day weekend trading sessions will be resumed Get. 4. Trading slipped back to a familiar inactive 650,000 shares yesterday after a slight pickup the day before. The trend was lower but price MARKET BAROMETER ASSOCIATED FBX33 STOCK AVERAGES ' - Tser-- Vr's r's 19 Industrials 8J. .1 98.1 81.: 15 Rails 13.2 SS.S 27.7 IS TTttHtlea 43.J 47.2 4. Stock 6J.7 9.0 SS.S Yesterday TOU1JOT Friday, last year - STOCK SALKS Yesterday Thursday Friday, last year- BOND SALES 640.000 770,000 970,000 $S,J60,0W 770.000 5.S90.000 NEWS STILL IMPORTANT; CBS WILL EXPAND STAFF; SERIES ON TELEVISION. SATURDAY'S RADIO FEATURES William Bendlx In "The Life of UrfrOA.M. WMTC. PN Coverage. Ii53 F. M. wis. ranks- Athletics Baseball; Mel AJIen. . 1 :53 P. M. W MCA. Giants-Phillies Baseball; Frankle Krlsch. Ids P.M. WRX, Oodvers-Braves Baseball; Connie Dumond. 2Mr.lL wxrc. West Point- Villanova Football; iCevlrt Kennedy. SilSP. M. won Holy Cross-Dartmouth Football. SUSP. M. WJX, WCBJ. Georgia-No. Carolina Foot-bail; Harry Wisraer. Si 43 P. M. w;tfBJO. Armed-Assault Kace; Clem McCarthy. 4i r. Sf. WVBC. Washington-Minnesota Football; Bin stern. 5iwt.af. WOR. Kudl Blesh's "This is Jass." . I. Our Foreign Policy: "Is the Marshall P1b Uood or Bad?-' Sens. R. B. Flanders, J. g. Cooper; Chester Davis. Tit P. ST. WCBJ. "Sound Off;" Warnowa Orch.: Adele Clark. 8rO P. M. WXBO. iiey." 8oe P. St. wOr. Twenty Questions: Danton Walker, 8i3P. Mj WJIIC. Truth or Consequences. 8iS P. M. WOR. Al Schacht Sports Show; Tanks and uoogers Players, roe P. M. WUBC. Tour Hit Parade: Frank Sinatra, r P. W. WOR. Stop Me If Tou've Heard This One iJr.M. W5I1C, Can Tou Top This? wiser. Mwwcbs. vaugha Monroe Show; Stroud lwins. letOOP. M. W9TBC. Judy Canova Show. lM P. Sf. WJS. Professor Quia. lCro P. M. WCBS. Saturday Night Serenade; Tie juamone. lOna P. SC. WOR. Chicago Theatre of the Air; Col. Kobert K. McCormick; Kuth Slater, Todd Cook. TELEVISION PKATIRES lrAS P. M W-VBT. West Point-Villanova Football. las p. M WCM. Colambia-Rutgera Football. fBattt Darlifht Timet 5:30 A. M.T0 2P.M. CXTRB EXCHANGE STOCK SALES Yesterday 200,000 U. S. TREASURY FIGURES Cash Balance IJ,570.672,43 Internal Revenue Customs Receipts- 171.410,273 1.194,665 changes were small and meaning- . less. . In the Chicago grain pits, substantial price gains were scored. Wheat was particularly strong on a government boost in the flour - buying price. . In the stock list, Lee Rubber ran p 2, to close at 45, in response to its extra $1 dividend, while Pacific Western Oil rose 3, to Yesterday's Most Active Stocks Sales GAINS -22.TOO Stocks Tnl Tel A TeL. gtand Qaa A XI 4 pf13.400 8wr Oil 11.10O InMroat'l Paper 8-.70O Paramount Piet 6.SOO Facile Wet Oil 6.6OO Mission Corp 5.100 Ti Co LOSSES Sw!wa Oil (Ohio) 6.10O I hrr.iPT forp Siaolair Oil Pens Pwr A Lt .0M) fi.700 5 000 UNCHANGED Socooy Vacuum 9.100 Col Gas A El 6.SOO Comm A South B.0OO Close Ch'se 29 4- 6 "! -(- 1 4 22 -- H 44 W -1-3 43(4 2i S.ITi S ?: 4 is 5i,i J 5 14 19 1 IS 11 3 4414, on renewed talk of a merger with Skelly and Sunray Oil. " Jnternational Telephone issues were up 4 to 12, for the domestic, and, 58, to 12, for the foreign stock, on reports that the company may call in some of its outstanding shares. There also was talk of the possibility that Federal Telephone a subsidiary of IT&T, soon may begin to operate in the black. But such leaders as Chrysler, Santa Fe, American Telephone, Goodrich, Standard of New Jersey, and Bethlehem Steel dropped fractions in slow trading. United Airlines showed a sub- SJe wnsw. mmn. wBC. M eta. J-Wo. Turn Not. "Of. Harry MarbX Show. W. Wtrm Nix. :00 wksc. ltora Ttrmt. wnew. Mm. . . WiZ. Cites Sntt . Kadi Nvairart. JS WWW. Mm. WAR. N Ml V-nlu Y.trli 7e WMSC. Bob Seritk. WMIW. Mm. WII. N.k ' W0S. N . -: WJZ. p.tt BamH, WO. Musical Clock. Tae wmsc. Nm. - - WNEW. Mm. 7:S WMSC. Bob Smith Show. WII. .Nwi; .t Shaw. CS. 'm. tee wmsc. Ni: Bab Scaith. wmcw. Mm. WJZ. Nm. WCBS. Smi ttlBdw. wea. stmt. S:IS WJZ. Ta VHi(aral4a. WCBS. Pall Cook Show. W0. Dorothr kixi IMea-. Je w NBC. r rank Luther, tonga. WMCW. Mm. WCBS. Martarot Arlan. 0 WMSC. Trip) B BaackV WJZ. Al Paarra Show. WCSS. Nm. WOR. Rimnl Blddlaa. 15 WCBS. Ttila la Maw Tark. :SB WOR. LM O. JO WSBC. AdrantarM. WHEW. Mawa. WOR. tTnel Don. 1:4 WMSC. Sump Club. WCBS. Frad Robhim. rarorda. It 0 W NBC. Frank MarrtwelL WNEW. Ballroom W 11 M. WMCA. Tonnr Trar. WJZ. Tommy Bart tot t Show. WCBS. Garde Gilc WOR. Nowi. WNVC. Childraa'a Fair. I:I5 WCBS. 1 A 4am i. WR. Rohta Manas. lt--3 WMBC. Arrbi Aadrm. WNEW. Mcara. WCBS. Mary La Taylot. WOR. PAL. Strnw. 11 SO WNBC. Maat tb Mka. WMYC. UN Cora. WJZ. Plan PlaTheuM. WCBS. Nm: IM M PrataBd. WOR. rim. 11:15 WOR. Talla-Taat Otrix. 113 WMBC. E4 McCodmU. WNEW. Mm. WJZ. Jmfor Junction. WCBS. Ad'antirrara Ciab. WOR Man on tha Farm. U 40 WMBC. Nawa. WJZ. lim Bobartmn. amr. WCBS. Thaatr of Today. WOR. What Am I Offered? Ii:li WNBC. Public Afratla. WJZ. Farlns tha Futura. 12 J WMBC. Spand lor HapptsaH. WNEW. Mawa. WJZ. Ne : Amariran Farm ar. WCBS. rXara Orar Bllyo4. WOR. Km. WMN. Aik Kiia Maaon. I'3 WMBC. Ut m Aak aloaa. WBR. Anmr Man. I me WMBC. Th Kwhna. wj(. v aiahiiiiK.. W CBS. Grand Cantral matloa. WOR. J.iawehaon t Hard! 'a. I:l WNgC. R.r Barrrtt. talk. I as WMBC. Tctr Adriaar. WHEW. Mm. WII Gala Dr.ka. . WCBS. Catauy Fair. - WOR. On tn Rlot Ri.l. IMS WNBC Har.a to V.ta. l:U-WMCa. Gianu PhlUlaa. WINS. Yankf-Ahltlr. - WMM. Tftodcra-Braaa. 2 P. M. TO P. M. Imp WNBC. Farm and Bom. WJZ. Manpin'a Orrh. WCSS. Glaa aad Taba. WSR. Wln.-Im or Draw. WNVC. W. Patnt-VlllanoTa. :IS WOR. H.I, rroaa-nanmwtb. ae WNBC. Tha Baiter. WNEW. Urn WJZ. Knela. WCBS. I'wain Jaawnal. IsaS WNBC. Rtorr t Older. WJZ. ThU la for To. ISa-wm-!!. Ham Prose -m. WJZ Uraataff t Orrb. WCBS. Paatar'a Orrb WOR. BolT Croat CoafA - WMVC Army t'oM d. S:IS WJZ. Gaarl-N. Carali. - WCBS. Tti Kama. : WNBC. BarauiM'a Orch. WHEW. Ma. MC. ArrMd- tiia iH. JZ. Oaarsta Cont'A WCBS. Tb Sam. WNBC. Mirtaofa-Wahlnf1oa. WOR. Hly froa foot'd. WMYC. 'Ttf tonl'd. 4:S WMEW. Mm. WOR. T.!k and Moile. Sat WMBC. Waahiactoa Cant'A DANCE MUSIC t. M. It WMB0 SmS WMN WJf M WNEW woes 70 WMCA woa 7-J WCBS WMCW . IM WNBC WHOM It WCBS WAAT IIJS WNBC A. m. WJZ ISO WINS ' WCBS . WMM WOR - WCM WIZ. Gaorfl Com'A WCBS. Tha Sam. W0B. Tbit la J ami las WMBC. Win. Cast A WMCW. Mam. WJZ. afuaieal. WCSS. Sport Baaa. WOR. Jaaa Tisa Sbaar. f Jt WNEW. Ballroom 1 f . Sa WOR. J n Aarmt saow. C P. M. TO 9 P. M. a WNBC. X. Bansbart, wj. ?im: yasabonda. WCBS. Bob Hit, new a. WOR. Oaorg C. PiWaaia. am, IV-WMBC. Bockia BArmay. WIZ. Betty Riull. . WCBS. CBS Vim tb Pi. WOR. Bill Bam Show. : WNBC. Naw. WNCW. Mm WJZ. Harry Wfamer. aparta. WCBS. tlDorta Baiw. WOR. 'aw. WMCA. Baetnc Baaatta. WMN. Oaorc H. flm. awwa. f WMBC. AH f Lirfac. WJZ. Jark BU. talk. ' WCBS. larrr Laouaar. new a. WOR. Sua Lamat, aparta. WMM. Bobby Bremi Show. WMBC. Otar Faralta Palirf. WIZ. tjulidora Claa. WCM. Hawk tarab. . On w)i ADDITIONAL CONCERT MUSIC FEATURES VsOO A. M WS YC. Sunrise Symphony. 1:34) A. M. WO.XK. Breakfast Symphony. 9.-OO.A.M. W.NVC. Kasterworfc Hour. )a.JI. WQR. Worfd of Muio. J0:B3A. M. WOXK. Gilbert and Sallirau. It : WNVC. Midday Symphony. 1:19F.M. WMM. Luncheon Mumble, l:f. M. BI a. Midday Symphony. 4:sr. M. WQtS, Syaiphonic Matinee. 7:0 P. M. WNVC. Mntrrwork Hour. 8:93 P. W.WOKK. Symphony Hall. '9P. M. Wt.TR. F.renina; Cnnrrl. ll7r.M. WOXR. Hour of Symoiiony. lt:99Mia. Wtll). Symphonic Hour. frequencies of New York Stations at a Glance - WMCA I7SIWNVC SMtWINS HIS I WtIB IIMi I WSVM I4M WNB0 wS)wCBS m'wHN Mil W0V 120 I WHOM last WOR 7lt,WPAT S4S, WMtl II9S WEVB IS I WXR ISA WJZ 77BIWAAT tslwNCW IIJS I WBNX ISaslwWRL lav 7:1 WMM. Tdya BaaabaS, 730 WNBC. Cttnala Tim. WNCW. Mm. WJZ. U'Aatlc Orch. WCBS. Soane) OtT. WBR. Umaawr Beaarta WMN. Woray Amaterdsa Shw. 1 WOR. Anawer Man .-ISV-WatC. William BaatMs. WIZ I Il I Crime. wesa Robert 0. Lewia Skaar. . T"nty Owaatleat. S3S WMSC. Tratb Qirla, WMCW. Mm WIZ. ram Jure THa. WCSS. Sweeney e4 Marrk, W0B. rVrmrbt aaorta Hoow. WMM. Dr. W. HiilBbethaat. WINS. Myttary Plarbauar. P. M. TO MIDNIGHT f- hi, l-fc- . Ganebwrtan. WCBS. Bill Ooodwia Shaw. 0B. 'ap M. t IJ WWRL. VoatbaJl Srerat ' "J" ,C- ' To T" ThU? WNEW. Mwa. WJZ. Msrder ae) Mr. lii'eja WCaa Vamrrm brnara Smtw. WOR. Beuar Half. WMSC. imUr Shew. WJZ. Prm-aaaor Qela. WCBS. Saturday eWreaad. WOR. rc( Theatre. tS JO WMBC. Oranat Ol Opry. WMCW. Mm WlZ. Joe Htl. aparta. WCBS. Ah Barrow. Show. Mi WJZ. Hirkrft Btnita. WCBB. H. Weorerd Jr.. Ulk. Ilam WMBC. Baa Graawr. aril WIZ. Km. WCSS. r.r Bryan, aaws, WOR. Nm. WMM. ReJIe Nawiraet ll:l WNBC. w w. Cbanlla. WIZ Tnt Cmria. mi weaa twiabom Bowou. WOa. Newa II as WNBC TaekM's Orrb. WHEW. Mm WJZ. Fnnla' Oerh. W0B. FlM'a Orrb. AFTER MIDNIGHT i:e WMBC. Km: MH-on a Or WIZ. Nm: Muilc t 1. WCBS. Nawi; Tarker'a Orrb. WOR. Nawa; CaralUr a Ona. WMCW. Matlaa t . WHOM. Mult la S. WAAT. Nm: Maalc to s. fide WMSC. Calttlaaa Trio, WNEW. Mawa. WCBS. MrKlntay'a Orrb. . WO . Maralaa' Orrh. WIN B Mail to tv 1:00 WCSS. Nm: Brrna'i Orb. WOR. Mooney Quartet. ' WMM. Muale to 1. AS WNCW. Mm. WCBS. Owani' Orch. WOR. Pleper'a Orrh. f WOR. af.ttlf to 5:11 130 WMCW. Mm. stantial profit in the September quarter after a moderate $250,000 in the June quarter, President William A. Patterson reported. Sep- I . Al A. tertiDer train c was roe neaviesi in the company's history. Patterson said. ... Oppenheim Collins omitted its common dividend, to permit continuation of its present expan sion program, President Philip jN, Cohan explained. ECONOMIC BAROMETER Yester- Thurs- Week Month day day Ago Ago Wheat, Chicago (Dec.) $2.72,, 2.6V,b $2.60 $2.53 Corn, Chicago (Dec.) $2.21 ?2.18 $2.26 $2.24 Cotton, New York 31. 42c 31.68c 32.55c 33.51e Cattle (top), Chicago-Hogs . (top), Chicago. Cootxr. New York : 'Sugar, New York- Coffee... Santos. New York Ceiling price. -Trading suspended. $35.35 $28.25 211.4c 6.32c 26e $33.75 $28.50 21c 6.32e 26c $33.00 $28.75 21c 6.32c 27c $31.00 $28.00 21c 6.32c 27c Year Ago I 38.59c $20.25 $16.25 14C 5.575c 21.70c JOSEPH AUGUST Veteran cameraman Hollywood, Sept. 26 (P). Joseph August, 57, one of the oldest film cameramen here in point of service, died yesterday. A cameraman, for 36 years, he won an Academy Award in 1936. He was a Navy commander during World War II and filmed the Battle of Midway from the deck of an aircraft carrier. He also photographed "They Were Expendable," a Navy film. City Third Safest For Pedestrians "New York's 1946 pedestrian safety -record yesterday earned the city a certificate of honorable mention from tha American Automo- New Around.. The Clock llfllaalll lJO . a,, . r- .. -po ' iooo iipo taoo ' ikh ' Oaifv Newt fcrem-cfcasf scfceefiii: HBQULAH orfffioas 24 fimes stay oa rJr wwW. WAKiUP OtfltlMS wooktfoyt at 4, 1 and I A. M. tXTHA wdHlwM am rfc hour, wnenovor mows Is rff. BULLtTINS at aae: " bile Association. William J. Gottlieb, president of the Automobile Club of New York, presented the certificate to Mayor O'Dwyer. The city had 531 pedestrian deaths in 1946, a death rate of 7.1 per 100,000 population,, and became the third safest city among communities over 600,000. Detroit, and Washington ranked ahead of New York. - m ysfd Bob Hopa UsteninS.. In " UlthlkiiCiosSj " There'll Be More News ... Now Lthat NBC, with Jack Benny. Bob Hope, Fred Allen, Edgar Bergen, etc., is the undisputed champion of comedy, CBS has decided to shoot tha works in an effort to excell in news. Just as it tops its rivals in documentary broadcasts, Columbia is planning to do to with vivid reporting of conditions in this country. So it intends to spot top newsmen in various key sections of tha United States who will provida the listeners not only with spot developments but also with background material to explain tha kaarflinaa nf thai rlav. CRS unliV some of th other networks, has com to th conclusion that in the ' , critical times th public welcome newscasts and analyses as eagerly as it did during th recent conflict. Therefore, it will apply its international war coverage technique to th home scene. Tha chances ar that the plan will materialise in a 15 minute daily series, with perhaps co-operative sponsorship pay ing th bills. Extra! . . . Th World Series will be telecast, starting Tuesday at 1:15 P. for th first time in th history of th classic. Baseball Commissioner Albert B. Chandler announced yesterday, following an agreement reached with the Mutual -. Broadcasting System. Edgar Ko- bak, president of Mutual, who stepped into th picture at the last moment, although his network has " as vet no television outlet, said that th sponsorship would be shared by Ford Motor and Gillette Safety Rator. Neither Commissioner Chandler, Mutual nor th sponsoring company would disclose . the amount paid for th video riekf T fr im Keiteeail nAwever 4j .. ' be in considerable excess of $95,-000, which was the highest figur offered by NBC before its bid was ' rejected. The telecasts will b carried by the three New York video stations WNBT (NBC), WABD (Du-Mont) and WCBS-TV (CBS). In 99. a .. 9 w-al -a S UUlUVJJi lW V -ytWVIlS III I IIIIUC1 l i f - phia, on in Schenectady and two ; V in W-mhintrton will har the oro glBUi IIWUW W .II.UIU IV Ill names of the announcers chosen to handle the televizing will be mad known today. Th deal is a triumph, for Mutual, which now dominates the Series picture, as it also has the exclusive broadcasting pnvi- f t lege for th games. Th latter 11 9 a . a - - win re airea Dy more man tuu a MBS affiliates in this country, 't J f j r . .... ' f Z ' w Biiaua, ziawau ana Aiasxa. j - Hot Off the Microphones ... Les Tremayne. Mutuals famous "Fal con," should be twins on Sunday.. II- . .v.. -.a - Quick As a Flash" (5:30 to 6- 'J P. M.) and exactly at 6 he intro- , duces the commentator Drew Pear 5L son over a rival chain ABC. Thovff problem will be solved, however, by running an ABC wire into th'f Mutual studios. . . . Therell be n studio audiences for NBC's Fordt sponsored drama series which taken-' the air on Oct. 5. I Hear . . . Fred Waring's NBC" crew goes on an hour earlier at in a 11 .j l . . , xv in. aiariinjf, nexi iMonaay . . "Mr. D. A." and his top aide, "Harrington," will search for clews on Fred Allen's first Droe-ram of ua season srer NBC, Oct. ft . Kl i r e ??rXecE,corspamoE5Jpra.

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