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Stock Market Quotations
IBI THE ASSOCIATE!) PRESS)
Alleghany -.-.—
A1 Chem and Dye - 1^1
Allis Chal Mfg .-— 37%
Am Can .
Am Roll Mill .. 14%
Am Smelt and Ref.- ™
A T and T -.-.163%
Am Tob B . 68
Anaconda --- ‘
ACL . 4®
Aviat Corp .-. 0
Baldwin --- "%
B and 0 . 8%
BarnsdaU ..
Bendix Aviat . 45%
Beth Sti —.-. 62%
Boeing Airpl -- 15%
Borden .
Buda Mfg . 10%
Burl Mills . 36%
Bur Add Mach ..— 14%
Case J I.. 36%
Caterpil Trac - 47%
Ches and O - 47%
Chrysler - "1%
Co ml Credit ... 40%
Comwlth and Sou -- 1
Consol Edis --—-—-- 25%
Cont Can . 39%
Corn Prod -.-. 59%
Curtiss Wright ...-.- 6%
Curtiss Wright A - 18%
Doug Aire - 76%
Dow Chem _ — 125%
Du Pont -. 157%
Eastman Kod - 170
Firestone _ 52%
Gen Elec ---- 39%
Gen Foods —-.40%
Gen Mot .—. 62%
Ooodrich . al%
Goodyear - 48 %
Gt Nor Ry Pf - - 42
Int Harvest . - 78%
Irt Tel and Tel .-. 16%
Johns Man .-- 98
Kenr.ecott - 3o,-s
L;gg and Myers B „. 80
Loews . 6a %
Loriilard —.. 19
Mont Ward - 53%
Nash Kelv - 15 a
Nat Biscuit - 2o
Nat Cash Reg ..- 32
Nat Dist . 34%
Nv Cent . 18%
No Am Aviat - H
Nor Pac . — 16
Packard - 5%
Param Pic —- 25%
_ t /-> infit'.
Penn R R - 31
Pepsi Cola _ 63%
Phillips Pet - 43%
Pitt Scr and B _ 5%
Pullman ___ 46%
Pure Oil _ 16%
Radio - 10%
Radio K O .. 90%
Rem Rand - 21%
Repub Stl - 19
Revnoids B _ 32Vi
Sears ..— 100*
Socony Vac _ 13
Sou Pac _ 30%
Sou Ry _ 27%
Std Brands _ 29Vi
Sid Oil N J.. 56%
Stewart Warner _ 15%
Swift ... 31
Tex Co . 47%
Union Carbide - 80%
United Aire _ 31
United Corp _ 1%
United Drug _ 15%
United Fruit _ 88Vi
Unit Gas Imp _ 12%
U S Indus Chem _ 37%
U S Rubber _ 49
U S Smelt and Ref _ 54
U S Steel.... 59
Vanadium _ 19%
Vick Chem _ 49
Va Caro Chem _ 4%
Warner Piet _ 12%
West Union A _ 43%
West El and Mfg _106
Woo "worth _- 43%
Final sales 866,230.
CURB
Can Marconi _ 1%
Cities Servict _ 14%
El Bond and Sh .. 19%
GOVERNMENT
Treasury
2s .54-52 .. 100.13
2%s 70-65 _100.3
CHICAGO BUTTER, EGGS
CRICAGO, Nov. 6. —WP)— But
ter, firm; receipts 205,976, eggs,
receipts 4,912.
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Today’s Pattern
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' MARIAN MARTIN
Crisp as crackerjacks! Pattern
9131 stars in many roles; a suit, a
two-piece dress, jumper with
blouse or extra sweaters.
Pattern 9131 comes in sizes 6,
8, 10, 12 and 14. Size 6, jumper,
takes 2 5-8 yards 39-inch; blouse,
1 1-4 yards 35-inch.
This pattern, together with a
needlework pattern for persona]
or household decoration SO cents.
Send 20 cents in coins for these
patterns to The Wilmington Star
News, 185 Pattern Dept., 232 West
18th. St., New York 11, N. Y. Print
plainly size, name, address, style
number.
Fifteen cents more brings yon
the Marian Martin Fall and Win
ter Pattern Book full of smart
easy-to-make styles. A free pat
tern is printed right In the book
Bond Quotations
A T S F 4s 95..125Z
ACL 4%s 64 -.-. 89%
•B and O 4s 48 E. 93Z
Can Pac 4s Perp- 94%
C B and Q 4%s 77 ..111%
C and E I Inc 97 -- 53%
Cri and P Ref 4s 34 - 44Z
’Cl Ut 4%s 77 --- 99%
D and R G West 5s 5 5. 29
Fla E C 5s 74 .. 51%
‘Hud C 5s 62A .- 71%
Hud and M»n 5s 57 - 60%
111 Cent 4%s 66 - 67%
M K and T Aj 5s 67 - 48%
Mo P G 4s 75 . 25%
Nyc Rfg 5s 2013 -.- 75%
Norf and W 4s 96 -132
Nor Pac 6s 2047 - 98%
Penn R R 4%s 65-117%
Ph Rdg Ci 6s 49 --- 30%
Sou Ry Cn 5s 94 .118%
West Md 4s 52 - 10o%
FOREIGN BONDS
Aust 5s 55 ...
Aust 4%s 56.-. 96;2
Braz 6%s 26-57 .. 58%
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CHICAGO POTATOES
CHICAGO, Nov. 6.—UP—(WFA)
—Potatoes: arrivals 153, on track
244, total US shipments Saturday
879, Sunday 95; supplies moder
ate; for best quality western
stock: demand moderate, market
steady; for northern stock: de
mand slow; market dull, Idaho
Russet Burbanks, US No. 1, 3.25;
Washington Russet Burbanks, US
No. 1, 3:30; Colorado Red Mc
Clures, US No. 1, 3.24; Nebraska
Bliss Triumphs, US No. 1, 3.26;
Minnesota and North Dakota Bliss
Triumphs, commercials 2.30-2.35,
Cobbler commercials 2.20-2.25.
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NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 6. —(TP)—
Cotton closed steady 25 to 60 cents
a bale higher.
Open High Low Close
; Dec_ 21.49 21.59 21.49 21.57 up 5
Mch ._ 21.62 21.77 21.62 21.74 up 12
May _. 21.68 21.81 21.66 21.78 ud 11
Jly ... 21.49 21.62 21.46 21.58 up 10
Oct — 21.76 20.81 20.76 20.85 up 11
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NEW YORK COTTON
Futures closed 40 to 60 cents a
bale higher.
Open High Low Last
Dec ... 21.46 21.62 21.46 21.58 up 9
Mch .. 21.57 21.73 21.57 21.69 up 11
May .. 21.61 21. 76 21.60 21.72 up 12
Jlv ... 21.43 21.58 21.42 21.55 up 12
Oct ._ 20.73 20.81 20.73 20.79 up 11
Middling spot 22.07n up 8.
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N. C. HOGS
RALEIGH, Nov. 6.—Iff)—(NCDA)
Hog markets steady with tops of
14.10 at Clinton and 14 at Rich
mond and Rockv Mount.
-V
It Was Elmer’s Tune,
All Right, Even With
Machinegun Chattering
WITH THE 24TH DIVISION IN
LEYTE VALLEY, Nov. 2.—) De
layed)—(IP;—The last thing we ex
pected to hear as we walked down
a road between a cluster of na
tive shacks was "Elmer’s Tune ”
But that’s what we heard.
The trees around us still held
snipers, and a machinegun -was
chattering a half mile away. But
there from inside a grass hut came
the hot rhythm of "Elmer’s Tune’’
from a boogie-woogie piano.
"This may be some new kind
of booby trap,” said Lt. Lloyd
Price of Dallas, Tex. .
Inside the shack was medical
corpsman Arthur Mendenhall, Jr.,
of McPherson, Kas., at a batter
ed piano which some native had
dragged into this primitive valley.
Mendenhall was giving out with
all he had, his tin hat at a jaunty
angle, cigaret at (he corner of his
mouth, his face grimy with sweat
and dirt.
But for rr.y money, "Elmer’s
Tune” was never played better.
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Chinese Halt Enemy
To North Of Liuchow
CHUNGKING, Nov. 6.—(^—Chi
nese troops have halted a Japa
nese drive 45 miles north of Liu
chow, Kwangsi province rX'
center and site of the last U. S.
air base in eastern China, the high
command announced tonight.
The Japanese column, one of
three closing in on Liuchow, by
passed Yungfu on the Hunan
Kwangsi railroad in a swift drive
toward Liuchow. The high com
mand said the enemy was check
ed in fierce fighting.
Yungfu was cut off completely.
It is 33 miles south of Kweilin,
one time site of a U. S. airfield,
where bitter fighting is raging.
-V
Mrs. Dewey Is Free
For Election Work
ALBANY. Nov. 6.— UP) —Trim
Mrs. Thomas E. Dewey has clear
ed her own decks so efficiently
for election day, that she’s free
to act as a sort of second-run sec
retary to her husband.
She’ll assist his secretaries in
digesting the papers, watching
news.tickers, catching news broad
casts, in their New York hotel
suite, where they’ll wait the ver
dict of the polls—and of course
she’ll vote.
-V
DANISH FERRY ESCAPES
STOCKHOLM, Nov. 6.— <JP) —A
huge Danish ferry essential to the
Germans in traffic between the
islands of Seelar.d and Fyn escap
ed today to the Swedish port of
Halsingborg instead of going to
Helsingoer, a Danish port just
across the channel between Den
mark and Sweden, for repairs as
had been scheduled. The ferry car
ries 1,500 passengers.
--V
Eight languages and 87 native
dialects as spoken in the Philippine
Islands.
ELECTION TREND
AFFECTS STOCKS
NEW YORK, Nov. 6.—^—Frac
tional advances were well distrib
uted in today’s pre-election stock
market although rails and utili
ties lagged and many industrials
failed to do anything in particu
lar.
Some bidding was based on the
idea that prices probably would
hold or rise moderately if the
present administration wins and
that a victory of the other side
might touch off at least a temp
orary rally. It was recalled that
markets generally have operated
on the upside in the wake of past
presidential elections. At the same
time, caution was the watchword
for numerous customers and these
either lightened accounts or stood
aside to await the results of to
morrow’s balloting. Major secu
rities marts will recess Tuesday.
War and international news took
second place in the day’s trend
factors.
The direction wras indefinite in
the forenoon and dealings rela
tively slow. Low-quoted issues,
such as United Corp., which came
out in blocks running to 10,000,
and Commonwealth & Southern,
helped volume and activity else
where picked up in the final hour.
Top gains were reduced in many
instances at the close.
The Associated Press 60-stock
average was up .1 of a point at
55.4. Of 890 issues appearing,
3885 were up against 505 down or
unchanged. Transfers totalled 866,
230 shares compared with 730,340
Friday.
Improvement was retained by
U. S. Steel, Bethlehem, Chrysler,
General Motors, Goodrich, Texas
Co., Sears Roebuck, Westinghouse,
Johns Manville, General Electric,
Dome Mines and Western Union
“A”. Losers included N. Y. Cen
tral. Southern Pacific, Consolidat
ed Edison, North American, Am
erican Water Works, Anaconda,
Kennecott, Woolworth, J. C. Pen
ney, United Aircraft and Boeing.
Bonds were fairly steady. At
Chicago wheat rose 1-2 to 1 3-4
cents a bushel. Cotton was up
40 to 60 cents a bale.
In the curb Childs Co., pre
ferred, jumped 81-2 points and
small plus signs were attached
to American Gas, Cuban Atlantic
Sugar, Creole Petroleum and
Aluminum of America. On the
offisde were Electric Bond &
Share and Glen Alden Coal. Turn
over here was 258,470 shares ver
sus 224,855 in the previous full
session.
-V
NAVAL STORES
SAVANNAH, Ga., Nov. 0.—(A»—
Turpentine 78 1-2 cents a gallon;
offerings 24 (50-gal, bbls.); sales,
1,200 gallons; receipts 14 barrels;
shipments, 2 (CQ) barrels; stocks
27.272 barrels.
Rosin: (100-lb. drums), offer
ings, 166; sales 166: receipts 75;
shipments, 130: stocks, 16,495.
Quote: B 5.05. D 5.12, E 5.65, F
5.75, G 5.75, G 5.79, H 5.81, I 5.81,
K 5.85, M 5.87. N 6.03, WG 6.28,
WW 6.28, X 6.55.
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NEW YORK COTTEN
NEW YORK, Nov. 6—OR—Pre
election uncertainty brought in
considerable short covering in the
cotton market today which found
offerings scarce. Values advanced
as much as 90 cents a bale ana
were near the best at the close
to show net gains of 40 to 60 cents
a bale.
•--V
SPOT COTTON
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 6.—OR—
Spot cotton closed steady 25 cents
a bale higher today. Sales 3,967.
Low middling 17.40, middling 21.15,
good middling 21.55, receipts
8,693. Stock 279,253.
RADIO
fWMFD Wilmington
1400 KC
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER T
7:30—Family Alta'..
7-45—Musical Clock.
8:00—News — Martin Agronsky.
8:15—Musical Clock.
8:30—Blue News Correspondents.
8:45—Rosa Rio.
9-00_The Breakfast Club with Don Mc
Neil.
10:00—My True Story.
10:25—Aunt Jemina Show.
10:30—Let’s Dance.
10:45—The Listening Post.
11-00—Breakfast at Sardis.
11:30—Gil Martyn and the New*.
11:45—Jack Berch and His Boys.
Iz:ti0—Glamour Manor.
12:30—Dem. Natl. Comm.—Henry Wal
lace and Claude Wickard.
12:45—Farm and Home Makers.
1:00—Baukhage Talking.
1:15—Musical Interlude.
l;25_News — Wilmington Star-News.
1:30—Musical Interlude.
1:45—Blue News.
2:00—Kiernan's News Comer.
2:15—Mystery Chef.
2:30—Ladies Be Seated.
3:00—Songs by Norton Downey.
3:15—Hollywood Star Time.
3:30—Appointment with Life.
4- 00—Ethel and Albert.
4:‘l5—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—Palestine Speaks.
5:45—Organ Serenade.
6:30—Voice of the Army.
g:45—Henry J. Taylor and News.
7:00—Sundown Serenade.
7:25—Your Job Reporter.
7:30—Election Returns.
OVER THE NETWORKS
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7
Eastern War Time P.M.
(Changes in programs as listed due to
corrections by networks made too
late to incorporate.!
5.43—Front Page Farrel Serial—nbc
Wilderness Road. Serial Drama—ebs
Capt. Midnight, a Serial—blu-basic
Hop Harrigan in repeat other blu
Tom Mix Cowboy Serial — mbs-basic
6:00—News Report for 15 mins — nbc
Quinev Howe and News Tiane — ebs
Sea Hound, Serial Sketch — blu-basic
Repeat of the Terry Serial — other blu
Prayer: Comment on the War — mbs
6; 15—America’s Serenade; sports — nbc
Edwin C. Hill in Commentary — ebs
Captain Tim Healy Story — blu-basic
Repeat by Dick Tracy—other blu
Chick Carter, a Boy Detective — mbs
6:30—Election Returns in Preview — cos
Jack Armstrong in repeat — blu-west
Repeat, Superman Serial—other mbs
6:45—Lowell Thomas & Newscast—ebs
World News and Comeeenttgry—ebs
Henry J. Taklor Comment—blu-basic
Capt. Midnight in repeat—blu-west
Repeat of Tom Mix Serial—mbs-west
Election Returns
T:00—Entire evening until sign-off to
be primarily election returns, in
terspersed with commentaries and
entertainment. Regular schedules
set aside—all networks.
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*Lenoiry Christened
At Yard Yesterday
The U. S. S. Lenoir, named in
honor of a county in the eastern
section of the state, was launched
at the North Carolina Shipbuilding
company Monday afternoon at 4
o’clock under the sponsorship of
Mrs. John H. Kerr, of Warrenton,
wife of the representative of the
Second North Carolina district in
congress.
Her attendants were Mrs. Ed
ward O. Hall, of Littleton, and
Mrs. John H. Kerr, Jr., of War
renton.
Lenoir, whose county seat is
Kinston, has a population of ap
proximately 42,000 and is consid
ered one of the most progressive
counties in eastern North Carolina.
The U. S. S. Lenoir is the 23rd
AKA combat cargo ship to be
christened here. It is also the 185th
vessel built at the yard.
DIVIDEND
NEW YORK, Nov. 6. — UP) —
Directors of General Motors Corp.
today declared a dividend of 75
rents on the common stock, pay
able Dec. 9 to holders of record
Nov. 16. The same amount was
paid in previous quarters, bring
ing the total for the year to $3.
against $2 last year.
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13. Stimulate (Hind.) 27. Roman
14. Clubs 8. Without pound ii-i
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17. Turf 9. Goby side 35. Little island
18. Malt kiln 11. Entrance 32. Doctrine 37. New star
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