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RADIO
fWMFD Wilmington
1400 KC
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3*
7:30—Family Auar, Rev. J. A. Sullivan
7:43—Musical Cloc.
8:00—Daily War Journal.
8:15—Musical Clock
8:30—Blue News correspondent at Home
and Abroad
8:45—The Hubbard Family
9:00—'The Breakfast Chub with Ton 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'a
_r:ii Martvn News
11:45—Cliff Edwards
12:00—Glamour Manor
12:30—Farm and Home Makers
1:00—Baukhage Talking—Whites’
1:15—Musical Interlude
1:25—News—Wilmington STAR-NEWS
1:30—Little Jack Little
1:45—Songs by Jean Collins.
2:00—Kiernan's News Comer
2:15—The Mystery Chef
2:30—Ladies be Seated
3:00—Songs by Morton Downey
3:15—Hollywood Star Time
3-30—Aopointment with Life
4:00—The Gospel Lighthouse Hour.
4:15—Don Norman Show
4:30—Time Views the News
4:45—Hop Harrigan
5:00—Terry and the Pirates
5:15—U. P. News.
5:30—Lone Ranger.
(1:00—Melody Time
fi: 15—Sports
6:25—News — Wilmington STAR-NEWS
6:30—Ten. Two Four Ranch Party.
6:43—Henry J. Taylor and the New*
7:00—Happy Island with Ed Wynn.
8:00—Watch the World Go By
8:15—The Parker Family.
8:30—Meet Your Navy.
9:00—Excursions in Science.
9:15—Red Cross Program.
9:30—Parade of Spotlight Bands.
9:55—Coronet Story Teller.
10-00—Raymond Gram Swing.
10:13—Top of the Evening.
10:30—Fishpond.
OVER THE NETWORKS
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 12
Eastern War Timt P.M.
(Changes in programs as listed due to
corrections by networks made too
late to incorporate.)
Ngte: Listings below subject to change
for late-scheduled political broadcasts.
5:15—We Love & Learn. BTama — nbc
Fun with Dunn, Variety Show — cbs
Dick Tracy. Serial Series — blu-basic
Music for 15 minutes — other blu
Chick Carter Serial Skit — mbs-basic
5:30—Just Plain Bill, Dramatic—nbc
Terry Allen & Three Sisters — cbs
The Jack Armstrong Serial—blu—east
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
Lyn Murray Chrous. Orchestra—cbs
Capt. Tim Healy’s Stories—blu-basic
Hop Harrigan in repeat—other blu
Chick Carter, a Boy Detective—mbs
6:30—Vera Holly & Songs Show — cbs
Jack Armstrong’s repeat—blu-east
Vnlnpv T-Tiirri Npws Timp—mhs-past
Tom Mix Serial repeat—other mbs
6:45—Lowell Thomas & Newscast—nbc
World News and Commentary — cbs
Henry J. Taylor Comment-biu basic
The Sea Hound in repeat—bluwest
Repeat Superman Serial—mbs-west
7:00—Mercer’s Music Shop—nbc basic
*‘I Love a Mystery” Drama—cbs
Ed Wynn as King Bubbles — blu
Fulton Lewis. Jr. Comments—mbs
7:15—World War via Broadcast—nbc
Volney Hurd and repeat—mbs-west
7:30—Carolyn Gilbert and Songs—nbc
It’s Friday on Broadway — ebs-basic
Dancing Music Orchestra—other cbs
Lone Ranger Drama of the West — blu
Radio Newsreel from London — mbs
7:45—Kaltenborn and Comment—nbc
Dance Orchestra (15 minutes) — mbs
8:00—Lucille Manners & Concert — nbc
Henry Aldrich Family Drama — cbs
Broadcast of News (15 minutes)—blu
Cecil Brown News Comments — mbs
8:15—The Parker Family, Drama — blu
8:30—Duffy’s Tavern. Ed Gardner — nbc
Meet Your Navy. Great Lakes — blu
Freedom of Opportunity Drama — mbs
8:55—Five Minute News Period—cbs
9:00—Abe Lyman’s Waltz Time — nbc
It Pays to Be Ignorant “Quiz* — cbs
Gang Busters and Comment — mbs
Gabriel Heatter and Comment—mbs
9:15—Screen Test. Professionals—mbs
9:30—People Are Funny, a Quiz — nbc
That Brewster Boy, Dramatic — cbs
Spotlight Bands. Guest Orches. — blu
Double or Nothing. Quiz Show — mbs
9:55—Five Minute Story Teller — blu
Gary Moore & Jimmy Durante — cbs
Earl Godwin’s War Comment — blu
Cedric Foster in War Comment — mbs
10:15—Ted Malone from England — blu
Dance Orchestra (45 minutes) — mbs
10:30—Bill Stern’s Sports Series — nbc
Stage Door Canteen & Variety — cbs
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FINANCIAL NEWS
Stock Market Quotations
(BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Alleghany ... 2%
A1 Chem and Dye.— 149 A
Allis Chal Mfg .-— 36%
Am Can .. 88%
Am Car Fdy .—. 36%
Am Roll Mill —. 14%
Am Smelt and Ref . 39%
A T and T —-.- 161%
Am Tob B.—-.- 12%
Anaconda - 2o/s
Arm 111 —. 5%
ACL . - 36%
Atl Ref -. 28%
Aviat Corp .- 4,4
Baldwin .- 22%
B and O -
Barnsdall - — 1^/4
Bendix Aviat- 43
Beth Stl —. 61%
Boeing Airpl - 14%
Borden - 32%
Budd Mfg . 10%
Burl Mills —. 32%
Bur Add Mach - 14%
Case J I - 36%
Caterpil Trac - /2
Ches and O - 4a ,4
Chrysler ..-. 01 ,g
Coca Cola _ 136
Coml Credit _ 41%
Coml Solv- 15%
Comwlth and Sou- 15-16
Consol Edis _ 24%
Cont Can - 39
Corn Prod _ 58%
Curtiss Wright - 5%
Curtiss Wright A - 16%
Doug Aire -- 64
Dow Chem _ 123%
Du Pont _ 150%
Bond Quotations
domestic
ACL 4%s 64 - 84%
B and O 4s 48 - 8914
San Pac 4s Perp - 9414
SB and Q 4%s 77 109%
S and El Inc 97 - 50
CGW 4s 88 - 83%
Sri and P Ref 4s 34- 41 Vs
SI Ut 4%s 77- 9o%
D and RG West 5s 55 - 4%
Fla EC 5s 74 - 46
Hud C 5s 62A - 71
Hud and Man 5s 57 - 60%
111 Cent 4%s 66- 62
[nt Gt Nor 6s 52 - 1914
MK and T Aj 5s 67- 43
Mo PG 4s 75 —-- 24%
\ryc Rfg 5s 2013 - 70%
Morf and IV 4s 96 -132
Mor Pac 5s 2047 _ 95%
Penn RR 4%s 65 - 116%
Ph Rdg Ci 6s 49 - 28
Sal C 6s 45- 41
3o Pac Rfg 4s 55--102
Sou Ry Cn 5s 94 - 11614
Sou Ry Gen 4s 56 - 8714
iVest Md 4s 52 - 103
FOREIGN
Aust 5s 55 - 99%
Aust 4%s 56 - 97
Sraz 6%s 26-57 _ 59
Rio Gr Do Sul 6s 68 - 3714
GOVERNMENT
Treasury
[%s 48 3 101.16 up .4
_ __ Treasury Bonds --
>%s 68-63 1 100.11 off .5
>%s 70-65 1 100.13 up .2
-V
DRY GOODS
NEW YORK. Sept. 21— W —A
lack of offerings continued to
stalemate business in cotton tex
tile apart from scattered lots of
print cloth and sheetings sold to
the trade- The necessity for con
verting additional looms to pro
duction of duck partly accounted
for the absence of offerings at
mill centers.
The situation in wool goods re
mained tight with offerings to the
trade for spring lines on a restrict
ed basis.
In rayon goods, converters were
able to secure the regular allot
ment from the mills
Fish Pond, Quiz Series — blu-basic
10:45—To Be Announced (15 m.) — nbc
11:00—News for 15 minutes — nbc-basic
The Music Shop’s repeat — nbc-west
News. Variety. Dance 2 h. — cbs & blu
Newsreel, Dance Orch. (3 hrs.l — mbs
11:15—Variety and News to 2 a.m. — nbc
TODAY’S PATTERN
9346
SIZES
12-20
30-48
MARIAN MARTIN
New Fall version of your favor
ite wrap-around, so good for all
figures. Use contrasting colors for
striking effects in Pattern 9346.
Pattern 9346 comes in sizes 12,
14, 16, 18, 20; 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40,
42, 44, 46, 48. Size 36, 2 7-8 yds.,
39-in. fabric; 7-8 yd. contrast.
This pattern, together with a
needlework pattern for personal or
household decorations, FIFTEEN
CENTS.
Send TWENTY CENTS in coins
for these patterns to The Wil
mington Morning Star, Pattern
D6pt., 232 West 18th St., New
York 11, N. Y. Print plainly SIZE,
NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUM
BER.
FIFTEEN CENTS more brings
you the Marian Martin Fall and
Winter Pattern Book full of smart,
easy-to-make styles. A free bed
jacket pattern is printed right in
the book
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Firestone _ 49
Gen Elec _ 37
Gen Foods--- 41%
Gen Mot . 61%
Goodrich -:_ 51
Goodyear - 47%
Gt Nor Ry Pf . 37%
Int Harvest -79%
Int Tel and Tel _ 17%
Johns Man - 96%
Kennecott - 32%
Ligg and Myers B - 80%
Loews - 63%
Lorillard _ 19l/e
Mont Ward - 51%
Nash Kelv_ 15%
Nat Biscuit _ 22
Nat Cash Reg - 3314
Nat Dist_.- 34%
Ny Cent - 17%
No Am Aviat - 8%
Nor Pac - 15%
Packard _-— 5%
Param Pic - 25%
Penny J C - 104
Penn RR _ - 28%
Phillips Pet - 42%
Pepsi Cola - 59%
Pullman - 48
Pure Oil - 15%
Radio - 10%
Radio K O - 8%
Rem Rand -— 20
Repub Stl - 18%
Reynolds B - 3314
Sears _ 96%
Socony Vac _ 12%
Sou Pac _ 27%
Sou Ry_ 24%
Std Brand _ 29%
Std Oil N J . 52%
Stewart Warner - 18%
Tex Co - 45 %
Un Carbide _ 78V2
United Aire _ 30%
United Corp - 1%
United Drug- 14%
United Fruit - 88
U S Indus Chem - 38%
US Rub _ 49%
US Smelt and Ref - 54%
US Steel _ 56%
Vanadium - 18%
Va Caro Chem - 3%
Warner Piet - 12%
West Un A - 44%
West El and Mfg - 102
Woolworth - 42%
Final sales 560.920.
CURB
Cities Service - 13%
Colon Dvmt - 3%
El Bond and Sh^- 10%
FOREIGN EXCHANGE
NEW YORK, Sept. 21—iA*)—Clos
ing foreign exchange rates follow
(Great Britain in dollars, others
in cents):
Canadian dollar in New York
open market 10 5-16 per cent dis
count or 89.68 3-4 U. S- cents, un
changed.
Europe: Great Britain official
buying $4.02, selling $4.04.
Latin America: Argentina free
24.90, unchanged. Brazil free
5.15n; Mexico 20.65n.
N—Nominal.
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NAVAL STORES
SAVANNAH. Ga„ Sept. 21—(A«)—
Turpentine 78 1-2 cents a gallon;
Oflerings: 26 (50-gal. bbls.);
Sales: 1,300 gallons; Receipts: 40
barrels; Shipments 269 barrels;
Stocks: 28,291 barrels.
Rosin: (100-4b. drums), offer
ings: 410; Sales 250; Receipts
248: Shipments: 369; Stocks 18.407.
Quote: B 4.81; t) 4.88; E 5.41; T
5.51; G. H. I. K &- M 5.53; N 5.79;
WG 604; W\V & X 6.31.
• -V
N. C. EGGS AND POULTRY
RALEIGH, Sept. 21 — UR —
(NCDA)—Egg and poultry mar
kets stronger to firm.
Raleigh—U. S. grade A large
(clean white) 54; Hens, all
weights. 23 to 25.
Washington—U. S. grade A large
50 to 51; Br'/lers and fryers 29
to 30.
• -V
CHICAGO BUTTER, EGGS
CHICAGO, Sept. 21—UR—Butter,
firm; receipts 259,718. Eggs, re
ceipts 7,093.
STOCK EXCHANGE
AVERAGES SLUMP
NEW YORK, Sept. 21.—(#>—Tfye
stock market averages dipped to
day, after rising moderately in
five successive sessions, and, while
scattered liquors and other spe
cialties successfully contested the
trend, declines of fractions to more
than 2 points predominated.
Distillers came to life when the
W.P.B. lifted restrictions on the
use of grain sorghums for the pro
duction of alcohol during the last
three months of 1944. Most air
crafts were depressed by profit
cashing following the recent bulge
of this group although Grumman
was an exception with a gain of
17-8 to 18 1-8, a peaK tor tne year.
In front were American Distil
ling, Schenley, Park & Tilford, J.
C. Penney and Woolworth. Doug
las Aircraft dropped 2 1-4 and les
ser recessions were shown for U.
S. Steel, Chrysler, Goodrich, Sears
Roebuck, United Aircraft, Sperry,
Anaconda-, Westinghouse, Allied
Chemical, Texas Co. and Pepsi
Cola. U. S. Smelting conceded 2
1-2 points at 54 1-2 when the com
pany’s directors cut the dividend
from 50 cents paid in three pre
vious quarters to 25 cents.
Bonds were uneven. Cotton was
down 45 to 75 cents a bale.
Better curb movers were Aro
Equipment, Cuban Tobacco, Pitts*
burgh Plate Glass and American
Light. Singer Mfg. was up 4 points
on a 10-share transaction. Turn
over here was 148.865 shares ver
sus 180,875 yesterday.
-V
CHAMBER SEEKING
350 NEW MEMBERS
The Wilmington chamber of
commerce Thursday started mail
ing invitations to join the cham
ber to prospective members, as
its campaign for 350 new mem
bers got underway.
Aimed at having “Wilmington
on its toes when the war is won,”
the campaign is being conducted
to raise the chamber’s member
ship to 600. according to Secretary
Walter J- Cartier.
The Membership committee,
under the leadership of Emsley
A. Laney, will personally contact
the prospective members of “all
types of business,” as a follow-up
to the correspondence invitation.
Cartier pointed out- that the
Wilmington chamber of commerce
"operates with a county interest”
and for that reason new chamber
members are being sought among
business establishments throughout
New Hanover county.
■\T
NEW ORLEANS COTTON
NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 21.—(^P)—
Cotton futures closed steady 45 to
85 cents a bale lower #ere todav.
Open High Low Close Chge
Oct ... 21.52 21.52 21.46 21.47 off 9
Dec ... 21.37 21.37 21.28 21.28 off 14
Mch .. 21.22 21.24 21.13 21.13 off 17
May .. 21.05 21.06 20.93 20.95 off 17
Jly ... 20.71 20.75 20.59 20.62 off 16
--V
SPOT COTTON
NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 21—(JP)—
Spot cotton closed steady 50 cents
a bale lower today. Sales 11,717.
Low middling 17.20, middling
20.95, good middling, 21.35,
ceipts 2,111, stock 322,728.
-V
N. C. HOGS
RALEIGH, Sept. 21 — UP! —
(NCDA) — Hog markets steady
with tops of 14.40 at Clinton and
Rocky Mount and 14.65 at Rich*
mond.
■-V
SPOT COTTON
CHARLOTTE, Sept. 21—(A»)—Spot
cotton 21.20.
DAILY CROSSWORD_
ACROSS 5. Speak 24. Dull pains ^ ~
1. River (Fr.) 6. Slioshonean 25. Male fowl
5. Prosecutes Indian 26.1 am
9. Broken coat 7. Old (contr.)
of cereal measures 29. Sun god
seed 8. Draws off, 30. River (So.
10. King who as a liquid Am.)
married 11. Before 31. Developed
Gudrun 13. Wise men abilities
11. Antelope 15. Eack 34. Feather
(Afr.) 19. Girl's 35. Shrub I
12. Barks nickname 36. River (Fr.) 9 2i
14. Succor 20. Capable 38. Keep Yesterday's Answer
16. Silk (Chin.) 22. Spigots 40. Harvest
17. Bitter vetch 23. Bird 42. One’s 43. Old times
18. Region (Hawaiian) relatives (archaic)
21. King of %_
casnan
22. Musical in
strument
24. Melody
27. Destruction
28. Embrace
32. Exclamation
33. Bag
34. Chum
37. Large worm
39. Breezily
41. Pale
44. Furnishes
45. Wicked
46. Narrow
roadway
47. Wrest
48. Mast
DOWN
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2. Mountains
(Russ.)
3. Coins
(Rum.)
4. To hold in
affection
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