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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
7:30—Family Altar, Rev. J. A. Sullivan
7:45—Musical Clock
•: 00—Daily War Journal with Martir
Agronsky
3:15—Musical Clock
g;30—Blue News Correspondent at Home
and Abroad
9:45—The Hubbard Family
9:00—The Breakfast Club with Don Mc
Neil
10:00—My True Story
10:25—Aunt Jemima Show
10:30—Let’s Dance
10:45—The Listening Post.
11:00—Breakfast at Sardi's
11:30—Gil Martyn, News
11:45—Cliff Edwards
12:00—Glamour Manor
12:30—Farm and Home Makers
1:00—Baukhage Talking—Whitei’
1:15—Musical Interlude
1:25—News—Wilmington ST AR-NE W S
1:30—Little Jack Little
1:45—Piano Playhouse
2:00—Kiernan’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—Pentecostal Church
4:15—Sunset Park Church
4:30—Time Views the New*
4:45—Hop Harrigan
5:00—Terry and the Pirates
5:15—Dick Tracy
5:30—Lone Ranger—Merita
6:00—Melody Time
6:15—Sports
6:25—News — Wilmington STAR-NEWS
6:30—Ten, Two, Four Ranch Party
6:45—Henry J. Taylor and the New*
7:00—Pages of Melody
7:30—onfidentially Yours
7:45—Sundown Serenade
8:00—Watch the World Go By
8:15—Lest We Forget
8:30—Belgian Series
8:45—Business Men Look to the Future
9:00—Dunninger. the Master Mentalist
9:30—Victory Parade of Spotlight Bands
8:55—Coronet Story Teller
10.00—Raymond Gram Swing
10:15—Top of the Evening—Ted Malone
10:30—Scramby Amby
OVER THE NETWORKS
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER IS
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 Three Sisters Sing 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
To Be Announced (15 mins.)—cbs
The Sea Hound, a Serial—blu-basic
Dick Tracy in a repeat—other blu
Serial Series Superman—mbs-basic
6:00—News Report for 15 mins.—nbc
Quincy Howe and News Time—cbs
Melody Time for 15 Mins.—blu-basic
Repeat of the Terry Serial—other blu
Prayer. Comment on the War—mbs
6:15—America’s Serenade; Sports—nbc
Lynn Murray Chorus, Orchestra—cbs
Capt. Tim Healy’s Stories—blu-basic
Hop Harrigan in repeat—other blu
Chick Carter, a Boy Detective—mbs
6:30—Jeri Sulla van’s Songs Show—cbs
Jack Armstrong in repeat — blu-west
Volney 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—bluwest
Repeat Superman. Serial—mbsTwest
7:00—Mercer’s Music Shop—nbc basic
“I Love a Mystery” Drama—cbs
To Be Anounced (30 mins.)—blu
Fulton Lewis, Jr. Comments—mbs
7:15—World War via Broadcast—nbe
John Nesbitt’s Passing Parade—cbs
Volney Hurd and repeat—mbs-west
7:30—Carolyn Gilbert and Songs—nbc
Easy Aces, 30 m Drama—cbs basic
Lone Ranger, Drama of West—blu
Radio Newsreel from London—mbs
7:45—Kaltenborn and Comment—nbc
Dance Orchestra for 15 Mins.—mbs
8:00—Mr. and Mrs. North Drama—nbe
Red Barber and Allas Jones—cbs
Broadcast of News (15 minutes)—blu
Cecil Brown News Comments—mbs
8:15—Lum and Abner Serial Skit—blu
The Sunny Skylar Serenade—mbs
8:30—Beat the Band Quiz Show—nbc
Jean Hersholt and Dr. Christian—cbs
Family Drama “My Best Girls”—blu
Stop that Villan, a Quiz Series—mDS
8:55—Five Minute News Period—cbs
9:00—Alan Young and Variety—nbc
Frank Sinatra Wednesday 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
Jack Carson and Variety Series—cbs
Rootlight Bands. Guest Orches—blu
First Nighter’s Drama Series—mbs
9:55—Five Minutes Story Teller—blu
10:00—Phil Harris Music and 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 (45 minutes')—mbs
10:30—The Colonel Puts on a §how—cbs
Scramby Amby, A Quiz Series—blu
11:00—News for 15 minutes—nbc-basic
The Music Shop’s repeat—other nbc
News. Variety, Dance 2 hrs—cbs-blu
Newsreel. Dance Orchs. 3 hr.—mbs
11:15—Variety and News to 2 a. m.Jnbc
FINANCIAL NEWS
Stock Market Quotations
(BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Alleghany -----.-.
A1 Chem and Dye-148%
Allis Chal Mfg —.— 36%
Am Can-——.87%
m Car Fdy - 39%
Am Roll Mill —.14%
Am Smelt and Ref -38%
A T and T --.-..163%
Am Tob B .—.72
Anaconda -40%
Arm 111 - 37i
ACL . 3b
Atl Ref . 28%
Aviat Corp. 4%
Baldwin - 21%
B and 0 _ 7%
Barnsdall - 16%
Bendix Aviat -44%
Beth Stl .60 Vs
Bieing Airpl _... 14
Borden - 32
Budd Mfg .10%
Burl Mills.-.31%
Burr Add Mach- 14%
Case J I ..36
Calerpill Trac -- 47%
Ches and O _45%
Chrysler _ 90%
Coca Cola__ 13o%
Coml Credit _41
Coml Solv_ 15%
Consol Edis _24%
Cont Can _39
Corn Prod __ 58%
Curtiss Wright _ 5 Vi
Curtiss Wright A _ 17%
Doug Aire _59%
Dow Chem _-—124
Dupont _149%
Eastman Kod _167
Firestone ..._ 47%
Gen Elec .- 37%
Gen Foods _42
Gen Mot -.-..61% l
Goodrich _ 50% '
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j BondQuotations
A T and S F 4s 95__-124% ■
AC L 4%s 64__84% ,
B and O 4s 48 ..— 87 1
C ij and Q 4vs 77_109yg ,
C and E I Inc 97..50y4 J
C G W % 88__-.- 82% .
C K I and P 4s 34..40%
CLUI 4%s 77 . 94%
D and R G as 55..— 5 ,
Fla E C 5s 74..46
Hud C 5s b2A..71
Hud and Man 5s 57..61
111 Cent 4%s 66 —..- 61%
Int Gt Nor 6s 52 .. 19% ’
M K and T AJ 5s 67.- 44
Mo P G 4s 75___24% i
H Y C Rig 5s 2013 . 70%
Nor Pac 6s 2047 ...93% ,
Penn R R 4%s 65..118 ,
Ph Rdg Ci 6s 49 ..27%
S A L C6s 45 _.4() •
So Pac Rfg 4s 55 _102% ,
Sou Ry Cn5s 94 _ 115% 1
Sou Ry Gen 4s 56..87
West Md 4s 52 __.— 103% !
Finald Bond Sales_$5,006,300 j
FOREIGN BONDS
Aust 5s 55 - 100%
Aust 4%s 56 _97
Braz 6% 26-57 _60%,
TREASURY BONDS
|2%s 53-49 . 106.18 ]
3s 55-51 .110.18 j
2%s 55-52 . 102.8 .
2%s 69-64 Dec.-.100.11 ,
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NEW YORK COTTON
NEW YORK. Sept. 12.—(JP)—Cot- ,
ton futures pushed up more than $1 ‘
a bale today on buying influenced 1
by House-Senate conferee approval
of the Bankhead bill to increase the !
cotton loan rate from 92 per cent 1
to 95 per cent of parity.
Despite fairly active realizing in
the late proceedings final prices
were 85 cents to $1.05 a bale high- ,
er. Early commission house buying
centered in the distant contracts ■
selling at a sharp discount and <
around existing loan levels. <
Traders calculated the proposed ,
higher loan rate would raise the ex
isting loan price of .2055 for 15-16 ■
inch middling cotton gross weights 1
by 53 points or to .2108 a pound.
Open High Low Last Chg.
Oct 21.52 21.65 21.52 21.63 up 17
Dec 21.36 21.46 21.36 21.45 up 18 .
Mch 21.18 21.26 21.16 21.25 up 29
May 20 93 20.99 20.89 20.98 up 20
Jlv 20.58 20.61 20.53 20.60 up 21 ,
Middling soot 22:18N up 17.
N—nominal.
--
Goodyear -1-47% !
Gt Nor Ry Pf .371/4
[nt Harvest -80 %
[nt Tel and Tel..17%
Johns Man -96%
Kennecott -31 %
Ligg and Myers B.. 82%
Loews -.- 63%
Lorillard - 19%
Mont Ward -..51 _
Nash Kelv _ 15%
Nat Biscuit _221/4
Nat Cash Reg-32%
Nat Dist -34
N Y Cent ..-.17%
No Am Aviat .— 3%
Nor Pac . 14%
Packard - 5%
Param Pic ..----25%
Penn R R -28%
Pepsi Cola -- 57%
Phillips Pet ..43%
Pitt Scr and B - 5%
Pullman --48/a
Pure Oil _ lji„8
Radio - 19"/s
Radio K O .—- 3%
Repub Stl - 13%
Reynolds B - 33%
sears ...9b/s
socony Vac -- 12 A
sou Pac _27%
sou Ry ---25
std Brands _29%
std Oil N J.. 41%
stewart Warner - 16V»
swift _ 29%
rex Co . 451/2
Jnion Carbide - 77
Jnited Aire - 29%
Jnited Corp _ 1%
Jnited Drug _ 15%
Jnited Fruit -89%
Jnit Gas Imp .. 1%
J S Rubber -*9%
J S Smelt and Ref ..57
J S Steel _56%
fanadum - 18%
7a Caro Chem - 3%
Varner Piet _ 12%
Vest Union A -45%
Vest El and Mfg -192%
Voolworth -42%
i'inal Stock Sales- 546,560
FINAL CURB QUOTATIONS
Jan Marconi - 1%
Cities Service - 13%
Jolon Dvmt_ 3%
Cl Bond and Sh - 10%
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FOREIGN EXCHANGE
NEW YORK, Sept. 12—(IP)—Clos
ng foreign exchange rates follow
IGreat Britain in dollars, others
n cents):
Canadian dollar in New York
narket 11 per cent discount or
19.00 U. S. cents, down .12 1-2 of
i cent,
Europe: Great Britain official
luying $4.02, selling $4.04.
Latin American: Argentina free
:5.10. up .10 of a cent; Brazil
ree 5.16n; Mexio 20.65n.
N—Nominal.
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NAVAL STORES
SAVANNAH. Sept. 12—!.?>—Tur
lentine 79 cents a gallon; Offer
ngs, 109 (50 gal. bbls): Sales 5,
50 gallons: Receipts 99 barrels;
Shipments 81 barrels: Stocks 28,
38 barrels.
Rosin: (100 lb drums), offerings,
64; Sales 264; Receipts 336; Ship
nents 200; Stocks 17.818.
Quote: B 4.61: D 4.95; E 5.35: F
.44; G. H, I. K and M 5.45; N 5.82;
VG 6.07; WW and X 6.15.
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AVERAGE MIDDLING PRICE
NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 12—(fln—
The average price of middling 15
6 inch cotton at ten designated
outhern spot markets today was
D cents a bale higher at 21.45
ents a pound. Average for the
last 30 market days 21.42: Mid
lling 7-8 inch average was 20.27.
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EGGS AND POULTRY
RALEIGH, Sept. 12—(.?)— (NCDA)
-Egg and poultry markets steady.
Raleigh—U. S. Grade A large
clean white) 50: Hens, all weights,
3 to 25.
Washington—U. S. Grade A large
7; Broilers and fryers 29 to 30.
BEGINNER’S^HOICE
9294
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12-20
30-48
By ALICE BROOKS
It’s the easy pineapple design
lhat makes this handsome butter
fly chair set. Even a beginner can
win laurels crocheting it!
Crochet a set for each chair for
Fall dress-up! Pattern 7170 con
tains instructions for chair set;
stitches; list of materials.
This pattern, together with a
needlework pattern for personal
Dr household decoration, FIFTEEN
CENTS.
Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins
for these patterns to Wilmington
Star-News Household Arts Dept.,
259 W. 14th St., New York 11, N. Y
Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS
and PATTERN NUMBER.
Our new 32 - page Needlework
Book is yours for Fifteen Cents
more • , . 130 illustrations of de
signs for embroidery, home deco
ration, toys- knitting, crocaet,
quilts ,
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Feed French Tots
FRENCH CHILDREN, hair neatly
combed and wearing their best
dresses, enjoy a nourishing meal at
a communal restaurant set up in the
Paris area by the Allied relief au
thorities. When the Nazis occupied
France most of the food was sent to
Germany. (International)
SELECTED LIST
SHOWS RECOVERY
NEW YORK
STOCKS — Steady; Motors,
aircrafts advance.
BONDS—Mixed; Some rails
improve.
COTTON — Higher; Mill and
commission house buying.
CHICAGO
WHEAT—As much as 1 1-4
cent higher; Favorable Wash
ington news.
RYE—1-8 up to 1-2 down;
Rallied with wheat.
HOGS—Active, fully steady;
top $14.75.
CATTLE—Steady.
NEW YORK, Sept. 12—i/B— Se
lected stocks, particularly motors,
aircrafts and other industriasl,
cantinued to nibble timidly at re
covery in today's market while
many leaders remained indiffer
ent.
Wall Street was cheered by the
Maine Republican sweep but in
clined to caution pending more con
firmatory political developments.
Investors were a bit less apprehen
sive over reconversion although the
Allied push into Germany again
inspired buying caution. Outcome
of the Quebec^ conferences also was
awaited.
Transfers of 546.560 shares com
pared with 571.940 Monday and
were the smallest for a full session
since May 16.
Douglas Aircrair toucnea a peak
for 1944. Advancers included Chrys
ler, General Motors. Graham
Paige, United Aircraft, Mont
gomery Ward. American Telephon
Pullman, Santa Fe, Goodyear,
Eastman Kodak and Johns
Manville. Major steels did nothing.
Allied Chemical lost a point. Howe
Sound dropped 2 in the wake of a
Halved dividend. Minor losers
were Southern Railway, Sinclair
Oil. Western Union “A1', Ameri
:an Can, General Electric and
Boering.
Bonds were narrow. Most com
nodities rose. Cotton advanced 85
rents to $1.05 a bale, spurred by
approval of a congressional con
ference committee of a higher loan
.ate for this staple.
In the curb Aero Equipment
jumped 2 1-8. Modest improvement
was retained by Peppered, Creole
Petroleum and Electric Bond
fe Share. Turnover here was
165.950 shares versus 148,430 yes
terday.
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NEW ORLEANS COTTON
NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 12.—(#)_
Jotton futures closed firm 80 to 93
rents a bale higher here today. The
lemand for contracts was encour
aged by bullish Washington devei
apments.
Open High Low| Close Chg
Oct 21.57 21.62 21.52 21.61 up 17
Dec 21.42 21.47 21.36 21.46-47 up 18
Jan 21.39 21.39 21.39 21.34B up 18
Vleh 21.24 21.29 21.18 21.18 up 18
May 21.00 21.03 20.94 21.01 Up 16
Jly 20.65 20.65 20.55 20.63B up 19
BUTTER AND EGGS
CHICAGO, Sept. 12—OR—Butter,
firm; Receipts 698,962. EgaS; re.
ceipts 11.527.
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