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FINANCIAL NEWS
Stock Market Quotations
BX THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Alleghany _ 2
A1 Chem and Dye_-... 143V
Allis Chal Mfg _ 34
Am Can _ 84
Am Car Fdy _ 343/
Am Roll Mill _ 12’/
Am Smelt and Ref_ 36V
A T and T __158
Am Tob B . 61V
Anaconda _ 25V
Arm 111 _ 5
ACL .. 37V
Atl Ref.- 81
Aviat Corp.- 3V
Baldwin - 18Vi
BandO .. 7%
Barnsdall _ 16
Bendix Aviat - 35%
Beth Stl - 57%
Boeing Airpl _ 13Vs
Borden _ 30%
Budd Mfg- 6%
Burl Mills.. 28%
Bur Add Mach - 13
Cannon Mills - 425/s
Case J I__-.-— 34%
Caterpil Trac - 4o%
Ches and O - 44%
Chrysler --- 81 A
Coca Cola.. 112%
Coml Credit--- 39%
comi 301 v -
Comwlth and Sou - %
Consol Edis- 21 a
Cont Can . - 34%
Corn Prod - 54%
Curtiss Wright —-. 5%
Curtiss Wright A - 16%
Doug Aire . 48%
Dow Chem.-. 115 A
Du Pont .. 141%
Firestone .. 41%
Gen Elec -.-. 3? n
Gen Foods . 35 a
Gen Mot —. •*>%
Goodrich . - 43%
Goodyear .. 41 k
Gt Nor Ry Pf . 31%
jrt Harvest - - 69
Int Tel and Tel . 13%
Johns Man - 88 a
Kennecott - - 30 A
Ligg and Myers B- 73 A
Loews -- J9 %
Lorillard -- ]
Mont Ward - 43
Nash Kelv- 12
Nat Biscuit - 20%
Nat. Cash Reg..—- 27%
Nat Dist - 31%
Nv Cent - 18%
No Am Aviat . 8%
Nor Pac ---. lg%
Packard - 3 "f
Param Pic - 24%
Penny J C-- 08%
Penn R R - 29a
Pepsi Cola - 47 a
Phillips Pet -- 44%
Pitt Scr and B -- 5/4
Pullman - 40%
Pure Oil . 15%
Radio - “..
Radio K O - ? *
Rem Rand - ij!%
Reynolds B .-.-- 30 A
Sears - °7 8
Bond Quotations
At and Sf 4s 95 —.— 121%
ACL 4V2s 64 _ 87%
B and O 4s 48 _ 86%
Can Pac 4s Perp _ 94yj
C B and Q 4%s 77 .— 101%
C and E I Inc 97 _ 54
C G W 4s 88 __ 1J7
Cri and P Ref 4s 34 _ 41*
Ul 4“>S II _ 31V4
D and R G West os 74_ 56%
Hud C 5s 62A _ 67
Hud and Man 5s 57_ 63
111 Cent 4%s 66 . 60%
Int Gt Nor 6s 52 _ 20
L and N 4%s 2003 __.105%
M K and T Aj 5s 67 . 53%
Mo P G 5s 75___ 27
Nyc Rfg 5s 2013 .. 75%
Norf and W 4s 96 -.. 132
Nor Pac 6s 2047 . 93%
Penn R R 4%s 65__112
Ph Rdg Ci 6s 49.. 26%
Sal C 6s 45 _ 40%
So Pac Rfg 4s 55 _ 99%
Sou Ry Cn 5s 94 _ 112%
Sou Ry Gen 4s 56 - 83%
West Md 4s 52 _ 97%
. TREASURY
2%s 65-60 _ 111.20
Final bond sales $7,250,600.
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DRY GOODS
NEW YORK, April 21— (#) —
There was practically no civilian
business in the cotton textile mar
ket today and mills held to the
sidelines anticipating ew govern
ment directives regarding the dis
posal of goods. Small sales of
osnaburgs were reported for near
by delivery on high priority.
The wool goods market was like
wise quiet as mills appeared to
be sold up for the moment so
far as the civilian trade is con
cerned. Mills continued to operate
heavily on govemmnet contracts.
The rayon goods market was
dull. Some weaving mills report
ed a slackening in government
orders as a result of cancellation
of parachute cloth orders.
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NEW YORK FUTURES
NEW YORK, April 21. — (£>) —
Cotton futures closed from 5 to 30
cents a bale higher today.
Mill buying against textile con
trant.s ansnrhpH
houses and helped steady the en
tire list. May liquidation accom
panied by switching operations into
the later months dominated limited
trading.
Another firming influence in the
market was the unfavorable wea
ther reported to have delayed crop
preparations.
Open High Low Last
May — 21.07 21.11 21.05 21.08 up 6
Jly —. 20.61 20.68 20.61 20.64 up 5
Oct_ 19.92 19.96 19.90 19.92 up 3
Dec — 19.72 19.75 19.70 19.72 up 3
Mch — 19.52 19.56 19.50 19.51 up 1
Middling spot 21.61n up 3.
n-Nominal.
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FOREIGN EXCHANGE
NEW YORK, April 21—UP!—Clos
ing Foreign exchange rates
follow (Great Britain in dollars,
others in cents):
Canadian dollar in New York
open market 9 13-16 per cent dis
count or 90.18 3-4 U. S. cents, down
.06 3-4 of a cent.
Europe: Great Britain officially
buying $4.02, selling $4.04.
Latin American: Argentina free
25.07, up 96, of a cent; Brazil fret
5.20n; Mexico 20.65n.
N—Nominal.
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BUTTER AND EGGS
CHICAGO, April 21— UP)— (WFA)
—The butter market was firm to
day and unchanged at OPA ceil
loiift.
Socony Vac - 12%
! Sou Pac- 28%
Sou Ry_ 23%
Std Brands _ 29%
[ Std Oil N J —- 52*
s Stewart Warner - 13%
i Swift _ 30 Vi
Tex Co.. 46%
1 Union Carbide - 78%
1 United Aire _ 27%
United Corp _ 1%
! United Drug _ 13 Vs
United Fruit _ 76%
Unit Gas Imp _ 1%
U S Indus Chem_ 36
U S Rubber. 43%
U S Smtlt and Ref_ 53
U S Steel_ 50%
Vick Chem _ 42%
Vd Caro Chem_ 4%
Warner Piet - llVs
West Union A _ 45%
West El and Mfg_ 95 Vi
Woolworth - 37%
Final sales 481,240.
Can Marconi - 1%
Cities Service - 14%
Colon Dvmt - 4%
El Bond and Sh - 8%
GAS IS LIQUID
GOLD AT DAVIS
CAMP DAVIS, Apr. 21—Gasoline
is liquid gold among the battalion
motor pools of the Antiaircraft Ar
tillery Training Center where thou
sands of vehicles, ranging from
huge prime-movers to the famous
army jeep are meeting strict con
servation methods.
As a result of this wartime pro
gram, thousands of gallons of gas
oline are being saved which in
directly will flow into empty tanks
of civilian cars.
Steps taken by Antiaircraft Ar
tillery Training Center motor pools
to conserve not only fuel but pre
cious rubber and mechanical parts
include a GI bus-line to replace
individual transportation on the
post, and the elimination of waste
ful habits carried over from civi
lian life, such as “jack-rabbit”
starts and motor-idling.
Instead of army vehicles return
ing to camp from bivouac areas
or outlying training positions for
gas, a scheduled run by a tank
truck delivers the fuel daily.
Mileage is checked daily on each
vehicle, and any discrepancies that
appear are immediately investiga
ted.
Motor pool authorities are as
much concerned over a few drops
wasted as the loss of hundreds of
gallons, and as a result a cleaning
solvent has replaced gasoline for
cleaning mechanical parts.
“No unnecessary trips” applies
fully as much to officers as en
listed men and many a Lt. Colonel
may be seen waiting on the camp
streets for a GI bus instead of
requisitioning his own vehicle
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RED CROSS MEET
SLATED AP ,26
The annual meeting of the Wil
mington chapter of the American
Red Cross will be held Wednes
day afternoon, April 26. at 3:30
o’clock in the Tide Water assem
bly room, Red Cross officials an
nounced yesterday.
There will be an election of the
chairman of the chapter and other
officers and the annual report will
be read. Invitation is extended to
all members of the board of direc
tors, the executive committee,
and the entire membership.
Officers of the Wilmingtop chap
ter are Henry Gerdes, chairman;
Emsley Laney, vice chairman;
Mrs. J. B. Sidbury, recording sec
retary; and L. D. Latta, treasurer.
Mrs. Ida B. Speiden is executive
secretary.
-V
Legion Post To Have
Special Meet Monday
Night In Courthouse
Special attention of all ex-ser
vicemen is being called to a meet
ing of Wilmington Post No. 10.
American Legion by Commander
N. S. Westbrook. Scheduled for 8
p.m. in the Superior Court Room,
New Hanover County Courthouse,
it is reported that a surprising and
important announcement of ex
treme interest will be made.
All veterans of World Wars 1
and 11 as well as all local service
men home on furlough are urged
to attend the meeting, Commander
Westbrook said.
-V
LIVESTOCK
CHICAGO, April 21— W) —Hog
prices today were slightly higher
than a week ago, but stocks failed
to clear in a slow moving market.
Slaughter classes of cattle were
slow with nothing choice offered
here. Lambs were steady to 15
cents lower, wooled Colorados
bringing the best price of $16.40.
-V
NEW ORLEANS SPOT
NEW ORLEANS, April 21—(A>)—
Spot cotton closed steady 15 cents
a bale higher. Sales 1,217. Low
middling 17.58, Middling 20.73,
Good middling 21.13, Receipts 1.
100, Stock 214,989.
-V
N. C. HOGS
RALEIGH, April 21— Wl — (NC
DA>—Hog markets steady with
tops erf 13.45 at Rocky Mount and
13.85 at Richmond.
-V
CHARLOTTE SPOT
CHARLOTTE, April 21—W—Spot
cotton 21.10.
-V
A barrel cactus in Southern Cali
fornia grew in the form of a huge
“V” far Victory.
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MARKET DEALINGS
HELD QUITE TIMID
NEW YORK
STOCKS—Steady; selective
issues recover.
Bonds—Irregular; rails ad
vance.
COTTON—Steady; mill price
fixing, small new buying.
CHICAGO
WHEAT—Steady; trade light.
RYE—May contract lower;
others steady; Some commer
cial buying.
HOGS — Slow, incomplete
clearance. Top $13.80 sparing
ly.
CATTLE — Slow, weak on
most killing classes. Steer
top $15.60.
By BERNARD S. O’HARA
NEW YORK, April 21.—®—Se
lective investment bidding per
sisted as a recovery prop for the
stock market today but, as in the
preceding session, sluggishness of
dealings was far from bullish.
Timid demand apparently again
was based on the belief the recent
reaction had taken into account
the question of the forth-coming
big Allied push into Europe and
had put the list in a position to
resume the advance on a wide
scale when the long awaited in
vasion gets under way. Earnings
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Many customers remained in neu
tral territory, however, because of
the desire for liquidity over the
week-end.
Prices improved after a mixed
opening and closing plus marks of
fractions were well distributed.
There was a smattering of 1944
peaks.
The Associated Press 60-stock
average was up .1 of a point at
51.1. Only 801 issues appeared
against 848 Thursday. Transfers of
431,240 shares compared with 533,
740 the day before and were the
second smallest for a full session
since Oct. 14 last.
In the “new high” division were
U. S. Steel preferred, Sunray Oil,
Amerada, Central Foundry and
National Tea Ahead were Santa
Fe, N. Y. Central, Texas Pa
cific, Coal & Oil, General Motors,
Deere, Goodrich, Consolidated Ed
ison, North American, General
Electric, Kennecott and Interna
tional Telephone. Among losers
were U. S. Steel common. Stand
ard Oil (N.J.), Chrysler, Du Pont,
Douglas Aircraft andDow Chemi
cal. Flintkote dropped a point at
21 1-4 on announcement of a pro
posed common stock offering.
Carrier bonds stiffened. At Chi
cago wheat was off 1-2 to up 1-4
of a cent a bushel. Cotton was 5
to 30 cents a bale higher.
In the curb Childs preferred
jumped 5 points to 34 1-2 Modest
improvement was retained by alu
minum of America, American gas,
uien niuen v-oai ana creoie Pe
troleum. Turnover here was 115,
290 shares versus 143,080 yester
day.
-V
NAVAL STORES
SAVANNAH, Ga., April 21——
Turpentine 75 1-2 cents a gallon:
Offerings 118 (50-gal. bbls); Sales
1,500 gallons: Receipts 23 barrels:
Shipments 85 barrels; Stocks 34,503
barrels.
Rosin: (100-lb drums'), offerings
182; Sales 156: Receipts 101; Ship
ments 200: Stocks 13,743.
Quote: B 3.55; D 3.88; E 4.50;
F 4.62: G and H 4.63; I and K4.68;
M 4.70; N 4.82; WG 6.25; WW and
X 6.50.
-V
N. C. EGGS AND POULTRY
RALEIGH, April 21-UP)—(NO
DA)—Egg and poultry markets
steady.
Raleigh— U. S. grade A large
(clean white) 32; Hens, all
weights, 22 to 25.
Washington—U. S. grade A large
36 to 37; Broilers and fryers 28
1-2 to 30.
RADIO
fWMFD Wilmington
1480 KC
SATURDAY, APRIL 22
7:30—Family Altar.
7:45—Musical Clock.
8:00—World News Hound Up.
8:15—Musical Clock.
8:30—United Nations News Revue.
9:00—The Breakfast Club.
10:00—Meditation Period.
10:30—Let’s Dance.
11:00—On Stage Everybody.
11:30—Land of the Lost.
12:00—Blue Playhouse.
12:30—National Farm and Home Hour.
1:00—News.
1:10—Musical Interlude.
1:25—News — Wilmington Star-News.
1:30—The Vagabonds.
1:45—Salon Ensemble.
2:30—Metropolitan Opera.
5:45—Hello Sweetheart.
6:00—Service Serenade.
6:15—Sports.
6:19—Sports.
6:25—News — Wilmington Star-News,
6:30—Let’s Dance.
7:00—Those Good Ole Days.
7:30—The Music America Loves Best.
8:00—Early American Dance Music.
8:15—Edward Tomlinson—News.
8:30—Boston Symphony Orchestra.
9:30—Parade of Spotlight Bands.
9:55—Coronet Quiz Quiz.
10:00—Leland Stowe Salute.
10:30—Music of Plantation Club.
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Over The Networks
Eastern War Time P.M.
(Changes in programs as listed due to
corrections by networks made too
late to incorporate.)
2:00—Musicana by Gallicchio Or. — nbc
Of Men & Books, Prof. Frederick—cbs
Josef Stopak & Salon Ensemble — blu
News Comment; Dance Music — mbs
2:30—Grantland Rice and Sports — nbc
Calling Pan-America in Concert — cbs
The Metropolitan Opera (3 hrs.) — bit
Half Hour for Dancing Music — mbs
3:00—Chicago Symphony Orches. — nbc
Victory F.O.B. Variety Show — cb*
This Is from Halloran Hospital — mbs
3:30—Philadelphia Orches. Hour — c'»;
The Army-Navy House Party — mbs
4:00—Rupert Hughes Comment — nbc
Dance Music Orchestra (15 m.) — mbs
Horse Racing Broadcast (15 m) — mb*
4:30—Doctors at War. Dramatic — nbc
News; Colonel Puts on a Show — cbs
To Be Announced (15 minutes) — mbs
5:00—Your America, Cone. Talks — nbc
Corliss Archer, Dramatic Series — cbs
Navy Bulletin Board’s Salute — mbs
5:30—Cesar Saerchinger’s Talk — nbc
“Mother and Dad,” Dramatic — cbs
Tea & Crumpits. Popular Music — blu
Half Hour for Dancing Music — mbs
5:45—Curt Massey & Vagabonds — nbr
The Saturday Songs Program — blu
6:00—I Sustain the Army Wings — nbc
Quincy Howe and News Time — cbs
Service Serenade in USO Camp — blu
Prayer; Augustana Coll. Choir — mbs
6:15—People’s Platform, a Forum — cbs
The Storyland Theater Drama — blu
To Be Announced (15 minutes) — mbs
6:30—The NBC String Ensemble — nbc
The Ink Spots Negro Quartet — blu
Hawaii Calls Native Musicale — mbs
6:45—Religion out of the New* — nbc
World News and Commentary — cbs
Leon Henderson and Comment — blu
7:00—The American Story Series — nbc
Lionel Barrymore as the Mayor — cbs
Those Good Old Days, P. Barnes — blu
American Eagle Club, London — mbs
7:30—Ellery Queen Drama — nbc-basic
Grand Old Opry Program — nbc-south
Bob Hawk & Quiz Show — cbs-basic
Dancing Music Orchestra — other cbs
The Music America Like* Best — blu
Arthur Hale’s Comments — mbs-east
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8:00—“Abie’s Irish Rose.” Drama — nbc
Groucho Marx & Variety Show — cbs
Early American Dancing Music — blu
Arthur Hale with reoeat — other mbs
8:15—Edward Tomlinson’s Talk — blu
Music for Re«n«mbrance, Vocals — mbs
8:30—Truth or Consequence Quiz — nbc
Inner Sanctum Mystery Drama — cbs
Boston Symphony Orches. Hour — blu
The Cisco Kid, Drama of West — mbs
8:55—Five Minutes News Period — cbs
9:00—National Barn Dance Show — nbc
Saturday Hit Parade Orchestra — cbs
Chicago’s Theater of the Air — mbs
9:30—Can You Top This, Gags — nbc
Spotlight Bands, Guest Orches. — blu
9:45—Saturday Night’s Serenade — cbs
9:55—Quick Quiz Time, 5 mins. — blu
10:00—Barry Wood Variety Party — nbc
John W. Vandercook’s Comment — blu
Royal Arch Gunnison Comment — mbs
10:15—Army Service Forces Show — blu
Correction Please. Quiz Series — cbs
Nick Carter, Detective Drama — mbs
10:30—The Grand Old Opry Show — nbc
10:45—Fifteen Mins. Talk Time — cbs
Harry Wismer and Sports Spot — blu
Leo Cherne and Commentary — mbs
11:00—Late Variety with News — nbc
News, Variety, Dance 2 h.—blu & cbs
Melodies; Dance Variety (3 h.) — mbs
-V
NEW ORLEANS FUTURES
NEW ORLEANS, April 21. —(A3)
—Cotton futures closed steady, un
changed to 20 cents a bale higher.
Open Hieh Low Close
May .. 21.24 21.24 21.20 21.22 up 4
.Tly ... 20.78 20.81 20.76 20.79 up 3
Oct ... 19.98 19.98 19.93 19.94 unch
Dec ... 19.77 19.78 19.74 19.74 up 1
Mch _. 19.56 19.58 19.54 19.55 up 3
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