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<B ' THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) Alleghany.. 2$ A1 Chem and Dye-148 Allis Chal Mfg —. 37% Am Can --- 91 Am Car Fdy - 39% Am Roll Mill.. 15% Am Smelt Ref - 40 At and T..163% Am Tob B —.-. 72% Anaconda - 26% ACL -.-. 39% Atl Ref . 30% Aviat Corp- 4% B and 0 --— 16% Barnsdall - 16% Bendix Aviat —. 39%i Beth Stl —.— 62% Boeing Airpl -. 14% Borden _ 32% Budd Mfg - 10% Burl Mills-- 32 Bur Add Mach - 14 Case J I - 36%i Caterpil Trac - 49% Ches and O - 47 Chrysler -— 93% Coca Cola ___133 Coml Credit —'- 41% Coml Solv -- 16% Comwlth and Sou -1% Consol Edis- 24% Cont Can - 40 %4 Corn Prod - 58 Curtiss Wright-— 5%t Curtiss Wright A--— 17%g Doug Aire - 52% Dow Chem -127% Dupont _ 155 Eastman Kod -165 Firestone -- 48% Gen Elec . 37% Gen Foods - 43 Gen Mot -- 62 Goodrich _ 51% Goodyear - 43% Gt Nor Ry Pf.. 39 Int Harvest - 76% Int Tel and Tel . 16 %4 Johns Man_ 96% Kennecott - 32%i Ligg and Myers B- •'#!% Loews _ 65% Lorillard - 19% Mont Ward - - 48 Nash Kelv .—. 15% Nat Biscuit - 22% Nat Cash Reg - 31% Nat Dist . 34% NY Cent-- 20% No Am Aviat - 8% Nor Pac —. 16% Packard - 5% Param Pic -<-- 27% Penney J C - 103% Penn RR - 29% Pepsi Colh _ 56y8 Phillips Pet - *f'-ha Pitt Scr B - 6% Pullman - 48Vi Pure Oil _ 16% Radio - 10% Rem Rand - 19y4 Repub Stl - 19% Reynolds B - 32% Sears —. 95% Socony Vac - 13% So Pac _ 30% Sou Ry - 26% Std Brands -- 30 Std Oil NJ -.■- 55% Stewart Warner _ 15% I SWltt ..—-. , Union Carbide .-- 79% United Aire - 28 United Corp -- 1% United Drug - 16% United Fruit_ 85 Uhit Gas Imp - 1% US Indus Chem - 40% US Rubber .. 52% US Smelt and Ref- 5Z US Steel - 59 Vanadium - 20 Va Caro Chem - 4% Warner Piet --- 10% West Union A- 47% West El and Mfg .101% Woolworth- 41% Final Stock Sales 746,410. FINAL CURB QUOTATIONS Citiea Service - 15% Colon Dvmt - 3% El Bond and Sh - 9% U. S. GOVERNMENT BONDS Treasury 2s 54-52 - 100.10 2%s 69-64 June_ 100.3 2%s 70-65 _—- 100.5 -V FOREIGN EXCHANGE NEW YORK, Aug. 1 — (£) —Clos ing foreign exchange rates fol low (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, un changed. Europe: Great Britain official buying $4.02, selling $4.04. Latin America: Argentina free 24.65, up .01 of a cent; Brazil free 5.20n; Mexico 20.65; N—Nominal. -V——— NEW ORLEANS COTTON NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 1.—(JPy Cotton futures closed steady 5 to 20 cents a bale higher today. Net Open High Low Close Chg. Oct ... 21.10 21.20 21.10 21.16 up 4 Dec ... 20.93 2102 20.91 20.97 up 4 Mch .. 20.78' 20.88 20.78 20.80 up 1 May __ 20.61 20.71 20.61 20.63 up 1 Jly ... 20.47 20.51 20.47 20.46 up 1 —--V EGGS AND POULTRY RALEIGH, Aug. 1—IB—(NCDA) —Egg and poultry markets steady to firm. Raleigh—U. S. Grade A large (clean white) 42; Hens, all weights, 20 to 23. Washington—U. S. Grade A large 43 to 44; Broilers and fryers 28 to 31. -V BUTTER AND EGGS CHICAGO, Aug. 1—MP)—Butter: firm; Receipts 608,732: Market un changed. Eggs, receipts 10.739; unsettled; Market unchanged. _ HOGSS RALEIGH, Aug. 1—I#)—(NCDA) —Rock Mount hog market steady, with top of 14.00; Richmond stronger with top of 14.25. -V NEW ORLEANS SPOT NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 1— (At — Spot cotton closed steady 25 cents a bale higher. Sales 411. Low mid dling 17.90; Middling 21.05, good middling 21.45. Receipts 1,772, stock 279, 948. -V CHARLOTTE SPOT CHARLOTTE, Aug. 1—OR—Spot cotton 21.60. womaFarrested in INAP CASE Lilly Mae Williams, 24-year-old Negro maid, was under arrest yes terday for allegedly kidnaping the four-day-old baby of Gicholia Pow ell, Negress, of Route s, Halls boro, from James Walker Memo rial hospital. The baby was found in the pos session of the Williams woman at her home, Love’s alley and Har nett street, after Miss Ellen Camp bell, hospital attache, had named Lilly Mae as a suspect. Probable cause was found in the kidnaping case and it was bound over to Superior court yesterday morning at a preliminary hearing before Recorder H. Winfield Smith. Bond for the alleged offender was set at $500. Miss Campbell called police late Monday night, advising that the un named child had disappeared from the Negro ward. She added that the Williams wo man, who had been treated at the dispensary for a dog bite, had been hanging around the Negro ward. Officers N. J. Wolfe and M. M. Jeffords immediately made a search of the Williams home. The child was found unharmed. ___17 Soldiers* Shoes Stolen; OP A Gives Them Certificates It was under "extreme emer gency” conditions that two G. I.’s obtained special shoe ration certificates from the rationing board here yesterday. Barefoot and panting from their rush through the rain from a USO worker’s automo bile into the rationing office, Fred G. Vogt and William J. Burke presented their plight and asked that footwear be given to them. It seems they weren’t the type of soldiers who sleep with their boots on for last night while they slept at the Second and Orange streets USO, a thief made away with their shoes. Certificates for the Camp Davis soldiers, who were on furlough, to buy new footwear were issued by the rationing office, which is not allowed to issue shoes to members 6f the armed forces except nnder an "extreme emergency.” thig is one,” declared on^oidier. - /' NEW YORE COTTON NEW YORK, Aug. 1.—(JP)—Cot ton registered gains of 15 to 30 cents a bale today in a quiet mar ket as traders awaited further de velopments on the foreign situa tion. 'textile ceiling changes and crop prospects. The market rallied as much as 55 cents a bale in early dealing* on mill and New Orleans buying but part of the advance was erased on persistent hedge selling and commission house profit taking. Net Open High Low Last Chg. Oct ... 21.09 21.19 21.07 21.14 up 5 Dec ... 20.91 21.00 20.88 20.94 up 5 Mch .. 20-74 20.82 20.72 20.78 up 6 May .. 20.57 20.67 10.54 20.61 up 5 Jly ... 20.39 20.47 20.39 20.43 up 3 Middling spot 21.89n up 5. N—nominal. -V NAVAL STORES SAVANNAH, Ga., Aug. 1— Iff) — Turpentine 78 1-2 cents a gallon; Offerings, 63 (50-gal. bbls.); Sales 3,150 gallons; Receipts, 75 bar rels; Shipments, 262 barrels; Stocks 28,768 barrels. Rosin: (100-lb drums):, Offer ings, 1,757; Sales, 42; Receipts 721; Shipments none; Stocks, 16,506. Quote: B 4.77; D 4.88; E 5.50; F 5.54; G, H, I, K and M 5.61; N 5.57; WG 5.90; WW and X 6.26. -V- / TODAY’S PATTERN ■filial* Marian Martin A neatly tailored skirt and jum per with a variety of fresh blouses, Pattern 9092 makes a thrifty ward robe for your active little sprite. Pattern 9092 comes in sizes 2, 4, 8, 8, 10. Size 6, jumper, 1 3-8 yds. 39-inch; blouse, 3-4 yd. 39-inch; skirt, 1 yard 54-inch. This pattern, together with a needlework pattern o? useful and decorative motifs for linens and garments, TWENTY CENTS. Send TWENTY CENTS in coins for these patterns to the Wilming ton Morning Star Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St., New York 11, N. Y. Write plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER. Send FIFTEEN CENTS more for the Marian Martin new and bigger Summer Pattern Book. 32-Pages, easy-to-make styles. Free pattern wrinted In book. RADIO" fWMFD Wilamctw 1480 KC > WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2 7:30—Family Altar. 7:45—Musical Clock. 8:00—Daily War Journal. 8:15—Musical Clock. 8:30—Blue News Correspondents. 8:45—Arlo at The Organ. 8:45—Rosa Rio. 9:00—The Breakfast Club. 10:00—My True Story. 10:25—Aunt Jemina Show. 10:30—Let’s Dance. 11:00—Breakfast at Sardi’s. 11:30—Gil Martyn, News. 11:45—CUff Edwards. 12:00—Glamour Manor. 12:30—Farm and Home Makers. 1:00—Baukhage. 1:15—Musical Interlude. 1:25—News — Wilmington Star-News. 1:30—Living Should Be Fun. 1:45—Little Jack Little. 2:00—Kieman’s News Corner. 2:15—The Mystery Chef. 2:30—Ladies Be Seated. 3:00—Songs by Morton Downey. 3:15—Hollywood Star Time. 3:30—Appointment with Life. 4:00—Organ Serenade. 4:15—Church of God. \ 4:30—Time Views the News. 4:45—Blue News Correspondents. 5:00—Terry and the Pirates. 5:15—Dick Tracy. 5:30—Lone Ranger. 6:00—Hop Harrigan. 6:15—Sports News. 6:25—News — Wilmington Star-News. 6:30—Ten Two, /our Ranch Party. 6:45—Henry J. Taylor. 7:00—Scramby Amby. 7:30—Confidentially Yours. 7:30—Sundown Serenade. 8:00—Watch the World Go by. 8:15—Lest We Forget. 8:30—Red Crosc Program. 8:45—Treasury Star Parade. 9:00—Dunninger, The Master Mentallst. 9:30—Parade of Spoclight Bands. 9:55—Coronet Story Teller. 10:00—Raymond Gram Swing. 10:15—Top of The Evening with Ted Malone. 10:30—Pages of Melody. UVfcK THE NETWORKS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST t Eastern War Time P.M. (Changes in programs as listed due to corrections by networks made too late to incorporate.) 5:30—Just Plain Bill, Dramatic — nbc The Murphy Sisters and Songs — cbs The Jack Armstrong Serial — blu-east Marie Baldwin, Organist — other blu Tom Mix, Cowboy Serial — mbs-’basic 5:45—Front Page Farrell Serial — nbc Wilderness Hoad, Serial Series — cbs The Sea Hound's Sketch — blu-east Dick Tracy with repeat — other %>lu Serial Series for Kiddies — mbs-east 6:00—News Report for 15 mins. — nbc Quincy Howe and News Time — ebs Hop Harrigan, Serial Skit — oasic-blu Repeat of the Terry Serial — other bin 1 Prayer; Comment on the War — mbs 6:15—America’s Serenade; Sports — nbc Lyn Murray Chorus, Orchestra — cbs Captain Tim Healy Story — basic-biu Hop Harrigan in repeat — other blu Chick Carter, a Boy Detective — mbs 6:30—Jeri Sulla van Song Shoiv — cbs Jack Armstrong in repeat — blu-west Volnev Hurd News Time — mbs-east Tom Mix Serial repeat — other mbs 6:45—Lowell Thomas & Newscast — nbc World News and Commentary — cbs Henry J. Taylor Comment — blu-basic The Sea Hound in repeat — blu-west Repeat of Kiddies Serial — mbs-west 7:00—Mercer’s Music Shop — nbc-basic "I Love a Mystery.” Dramatic — cbs Scramby Amby, a Quiz Series — blu Fulton Lewis, Jr., Comments — mbs 7:15—War News from the World — nbc John Nesbitt’s Passing Parade — cbs Volney Hurd in repeat — mbs-west 7:30—Carolyn Gilbert and Songs — nbc Easy Aces, 30 m. Drama — cb»-basic Lone Ranger, Drama of the West — biu Radio Newsreel from London —* mbs 7:45—Kaltenborn and Comment — nbc Dance Orchestra for 15 mins — mbs 8:00—Mr, and Mrs. North Drama — nbc Red Barber and Allan Jones cbs Broadcast of News (15 minutes) blu Cecil Brown News Comments — mbs 8:15—Lum and Abner Serial Skit — blu Nick Carter Detective Serial — mbs 8:30—Beat the Band. Quiz Show —* nbc Jean Hersholt and Dr. Christian — cbs Family Drama, “My Best Girls’* — blu Xavier Cugat Orchestra Show — mbs 8:55—Five Minutes News Period — cbs 9:00—Alan Young and Variety — nbc Jack Carson and Variety Show — cbs Joseph Dunninger’s Broadcast — blu Gabriel Heatter and Comment — mbs 9:15—Screen Test, Professionals — mbs 9:30—Mr. District Attorney Play — nbc Mildred Bailey and Company — cbs Spotlight Bands, Guest Orches. — blu First Nighter’s Drama Series — mbs 9:55—Five Minutes Story Teller — blu 10:00—Phil Harris Music & Quiz — nbc Great Moments in Music Cone. — cbs Raymond Gram Swing Comment — blu Royal Arch Gunnison Comment — mbs 10:15—Ted Malone from England — blu Dance Orchestra for 45 mins. — mbs 10:30—The Colonel Puts on a Show — cbs Buffalo Calling, Orch. & Vocal — blu 11:00—News for 15 Minutes — nbc-Basic The Music Shop in repeat — nbc-west News. Variety. Dance 2 h.—cbs & blu Newsreel, Dance Orches., 3 hrs. — mbs 11:15—Variety and News to 2 a.m.—nbc STOCK MARKET SWINGS UPWARD NEW YORK * STOCKS—Higher; leaders in quiet recovery. BONDS — Steady: Selected rails improve. COTTON—Even; Mill buying and covering. CHICAGO WHEAT—Closed 3-8 to 1-8 up; Trade dull and mixed. RYE—1-4 to 3-4 higher; ral lied under short covering. HOGS—Active — generally steady. Top $14.75. CATTLE — Fed steers and yearlings advanced 25 cents. Steer top $17.75. NEW YORK, Aug. 1 _f£|_Re covery was the slogan for today's rails and selected industrials greet ed the new month with fractions ■ to a point or so. | It was not so much the matter of spot news, most of which was good, but customers generally seemed to have concluded that the market had enjoyed a healthy cor rection of the lengthy upswing and was in position to resume the jaunt even if the Nazis should fold. Prices steadied at the start and dealings expanded at intervals. Ac tivity, however, failed to rate with the fast sessions of July. Bids tapered in the final hour and top marks were reduced in most cases at the close. The Associated Press 60-stock average was up .1 of a point at 54.8. The market broadened some what, 836 issues appearing. Of these. 446 were up, 195 down and 195 unchanged. Transfers totaled 746,410 shares compared with 578,880 yesterday. j In front were U. S. Steel, Bethle hem, General Motors, Chrysler, Grahaam-Paige, N. Y. Central, Santa Fe. Southern Pacific, U. S. national Harvester, American Tele phone, Consolidated Edison, West ern Union “A,” Public Service of N. J. apd General Electric, Stan dard Steel .Spring came to life for an advance of 7-8 at 10 7-8 on announcement of a big axle order. American Can dropped a point as labor troubles threatened pro duction. Lower also were Texas Co. Douglas Aircraft, American Smelt ing and Allied Chemical: Bonds improved; at Chicago wheat was off 3 8 of a cent a bushel to up 1-8. Cotton as 10 to 30 cents • bale higher. Tilting forward in the curb were Raytheon, Cities Service, Electric Bond k Share, Fansteel and Pitts burgh Plate Glass. Turnover here was 197,MS ahares versus 155,105 Monday. --V NEW ORLEANS SPOT NEW ORLEANS. Aug. 1— I/D — Spot cotton closed steady 25 cents a bale higher. Sales 411. Low mid dling 17.90; Middling 21.05, good middling 21.45. Receipts 1,772. stock 279,948. DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS 1. Source of cocaine 5. State of in* sensibility •. Precious stone 10. Silk scarf (Eccl.) 12. Occurrence 13. Ramparts 14. Enclosure 15. Printer's measure 17. Expression of impatience 18. Silkworm ■ib. Bleep, email waterfall 22. Serf 24. Sailor 25. Erbium (sym.) 26. Breach 28. Firearm (slang) 30. River (Chin.) 32. Spawn of fish 34. Explosive missile 37. Tuft of hair 40. Sorrow 41. Prescription term 42. Prefix mean* ing "not” 43. Greek letter 44. Speaks in distinctly 47. Protective garment 49. A courtyard 50. Turns aside 51. Tidy 52. Finishes DOWN 1. Lids 2. A breach 3. Preserve food 4. Indian (Mexico) 5. Bovine 6. Anglo-Saxon money 7. Island off Italy 8. Refer 9. Conical tent 11. Chemical compound 16. Small rug 20. Droop in the middle 21. Shell fish 23. Nobleman 27. Hawaiian food 29. Raised to a height 30. Part of the head 31. Native of Ionia 33. Shield 35. Engines 36. Vegetables 38. Squander 39. Rascal r Ye«terd»y’« An»wel 45. Covering of the brain 16. Habitual drunkard 46. Enclosure ■ CRYPTOQUOTE—A cryptogram quotation DXACHFG WH KCNUUG XAUG FDC jl TF xi nvvcnkwao DXACHF OQNKWAV. Yeeterday’s Cryptoquote r HEARD MELOWmS ARE SWEET. BUT THOSE VNHBARP ARE SWEETEST—KEATS. TM^hutod by King PWturoj Syndicate. Inc. _—■——— ■■ ■ II I » —mmmm—— Allen C. Ewing & Co. INVESTMENT SECURITIES 105 Murchison Bldg. Phone 5221 end 5222 p- Bo* HU roots and her BUDDIES— WH0 IS she? "I DU _ - ----i ---- I 60 / h Vb tftW-Y i FOOT'D 1VOWV ] K>0, VOO-J VA\6U)'tV'. 6W>WT ■ rv WASH TUBBS— ; . 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