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RADIO
fWMFD Wilmington
1400 KC
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18
7:30—Family Altar.
7:43—Musical Clock.
8:00—News — Martin Agronsky.
8:15—Musical Clock.
8:30— United Nations News Revue.
9:00—The Breakfast Club.
10:00—Fannie Hurst Presents.
10:30—What's Cooking';'
■ 10:55—News Summary.
11:00—Chatham Shopper.
11:15—TransAtlantic Quiz.
11:30—Meditation Period.
12:00—Let's Dance.
22:30—Farm and Home Makers.
1:00—U. P. News.
1-15—Musical Interlude.
2..._.News _ Wilmington Star-News.
j-30—Musical Interlude.
2;00—Horace Heidt’s Orchestra.
2:45—Notre Dame vs. Georgia Tech.
5:30—Just Music.
5:45—Hello Sweetheart.
6:00—Holy Chur.ch of Jesus Christ.
6:15—Sport News.
6:33_News — Wilmington Star-News.
6:30—Sundown Serenade.
7:00—Correspondents Abroad.
7:15—Football Round Up.
7:30—Meet Your Navy.
8:00— Early American Dance Music.
8:30—Boston Symphony.
8:30—Parade ol Spotlight Bands.
8:55—Coronet Quick Quiz.
10:00—Guv Lombardo.
10:30—The Man Called X.
OVER THE NE1 WORKS
SATU RDAY, NOVEMBER 18
Eastern War Time I'. M.
12:30—Atlantic Spotlight, Variety — blu
Stars Over Hollywood. Dramatic — cbs
National Far mand Home Prog. — blu
12:45—Red Cross in the Pacific — mbs
J:00—Adventures Ahead Drama — nbc
Grand Central Station & News — cbs
Sez You. the Slanguage Quiz — blu
Navy Bulletin Board Haif-Hr. — mbs
1:30—The Baxters. Family Skit — nbc
Weekly Report to the Nation — cbs
Eddie Condon’s Jazz Concert — blu
Taking Luncheon With Lopez — mbs
1:45—War Telescope from London — nbc
2;00~Victory F.O.B. from Detroit—cbs
Musicana. a Variety Program — nbc
Football To Be Announced — blu
To Be Announced (until 5:30» — mbs
2:15—Football To Be Announced — nbc
4:30—To Be Announced (30 m.t — nbc
To Be Announced (to 5:301 — mbs
6:00—Grand Hotel Drama Series — nbc
The Philadelphia Orches. Hour — cbs ;
News; Stopak Concert Orches. — biu
6:30—Rupert Hughes & Comment — nbc
Dancing Orch. for Half Hour — mbs
6:45—Curt Massey & Vagabonds — nbc
Nancy Martin Songs Program — blu
6:00—I Sustain the Army Wings — nbc
Quincy Howe and News Time — cbs
Edward Tomlinson’s Comment — blu
Prayers, Halls of Montezuma — mbs
6:15—People's Platform, a Gorura — cbs
Harry Wismer’s Sports Report — blu
6 20—People’s War. H. Fleming — nbc
Soldiers with Wings, Guests — blu
Hawaii Calls Native Musicale — mbs
6:45—Religion in the News. Talk — nbc
World News and Commentary — cbs
7:00—The Great Novels, Drama — nbc
Lionel Barrymore as the Mayor — cbs
War Correspond,ents, Overseas — blu
The Amor van Eagle in Britain — mbs
7:15—Leland Stowe & Comment — blu
7:30—Ellery Queen Drama — nbc-basic
Grand Old Opry Program — nbc-south
America in the Air, Dramatic — cbs
Meet Your Navy, Great Lakes — blu
Arthur Hale’s Comments — mbs-east
7:45—Mu.-ic Lyrics. Fran Greer — mbs
CTO—To Be Announced (30 m.) — nbc
Kenny Baker and Variety Show — cbs
Early American Dancing Music — bin
Frank Singiser Newscast — mbs-east
A;-:bur Hale with repeat — other mbs
8:15— Music Is for Remembrance — mbs
8:30—Truth & Consequence Quiz — nbc
Inner Sanctum Mystery Drama — cbs
The Boston Symphony Concert — blu
Detroit’s Symphony Orchestra — mbs
8:53—Five Minutes News Period — cbs
9:00—National Earn Dance Show — nbc
Saturday Hit Parade Orchestra — cbs
Results, Inc.. Detective Dramas — mbs
9:30—Can You Top This. Gags — nbc
Spotlight Bands. Guest Orches. — blu
Mysterious Traveler. Dramatic — mbs
9:4.5—Saturday Night’s Serenade — cbs
9:55—Quick Quiz Time, 5 minutes — biu
lu.wv—carry w uoa variety ratty — nut;
Guy Lombardo and Orchestra — blu
Chicago Theater of the Air — mbs
10:15—Correction Please, a Quiz — ebs
10:30—Grand Ole Opry on Air — nbc
Man Called X and H. Marshall — blu
10:45—Talks Time for 15 minutes — ebs
11:00—Variety and News to 1 a.m.—nbc
News, Variety, Dance 2 h.—ebs & blu
Bam Jamboree; Orchestra 3 h. — mbs
I FINANCIAL NEWS
Stock Market Quotations
(BY THE ASSOCIATED f BESS)
Alleghany -- 2',8
A1 Chem and Dye -147 V2
Allis Chal Mfg -- 36%
Am Can --- 87%
Am Car Fdy - 37%
Am Roll Mill - 14
Am Smelt and Ref - 39_
A T and T _«-163'/g
Am Tob B -
Anaconda - 27,9
Arm 111 -.-. „•>*«
ACL - 38:?
Atl Ref . — 3<%8
Aviat Corp . f/s
Baldwin - 01?
B and O --
Barnsdall --
Bendix Aviat --- 4o ,4
Beth Stl - 61%
Boeing Airpl - •?
Borden _ 34,8
Budd Mfg - — 10%
Burl Mills - 39%
I Bur Add Mach - 13,8
Case J I -- 3o
Caterpil .Trac - 48%
Ches and O - 47%
Chrysler °''8
Coml Credit - 39
Coml Solv - 1°
Comwl.h and Sou- r
Consol Edis - 24
Cont Can _ 37 ,4
Corn Prod _ 60%
Curtiss Wright - 6^8
Curtiss Wright A - 18"?
Doug Aire - 65%
Du Pont _ 135
Eastman Kod _ 16,"s
Firestone _ — 52
Gen Elec _ 38%
Gen Foods _ 41%
Gen Mot ---.- % %
Goodrich _— ■-9%
Goodyear _ 46
Gt Nor Rv Pf .^. 41%
Int Harvest _ 77
Int Tel and Tel _ 15 G
Johns Man - 96%
Kennecott - 34%
Ligg and Myers B _ 73^
Loews - 70%
Lorillard - 19%
Mont Ward _ 52%
Nash Kelv -
Nat Biscuit .. “ 8
Nat Cash Reg -
Nat Dist --- "2 :8
Ny Cent _ 1°^
No Am Aviat —- ,°j!f
Nor Pac _ l;?"8
Packard ... 5'4
Param Pic _ 2b ,4
Penn R R . — 29%
Pepsi Cola _ 62-s
Phillips Pet .. 43%
Pitt Scr and B _
Pullman _ 4714
Pure Oil _ 15"4
Radio . 19
Radio K O . - 8%
Rem Rand _ 21
■’’enub Stl _ 171(1
Reynolds B - 32%
Dears' ■_L_ 98%
Socony Vac - 13
Sou Pac _ 31%
Sou Rv - 26^
Std Brands _ 28%
Std Oil N J _ — 53%
ct.ewart Warner - 15
Swift _ 29%
Tex Co - 47%
Union Carbide - 79%
United Aire - 31%
United Corp - 1%
United Drug —- 14%
United Fruit . --- 84%
Unit Gas Tmp - 12%
US Indus Chem- 3614
US Rubber _ 46%
US Smelt and Ref- 51%
US Steel..-. 56
Vanadium -- 18^
Warner Piet _ 12%
West Union A _ 42%
West El and Mfg _103
Woo] worth _ 42 %
Final sales, 705.660.
CURB
Can Marconi _ 1%
Cities Service - 12%
Colon Dvmt _ 3%
El Bond and Sh - 98%
—-V
Bond Quotations
ATSF 4s 95 - 126%
ACL 4%s 64. 90%
B and O 4s 48 - 92%
Can Pac 4s Perp.- 95
CB and Q 4Vis 77..111%
C and E I Inc 97 - 51%
CGW 4s 88 . 88Vi
CRI and P Ref 4s 34 .. 45%
Cl Ut 4Vis 77 _ 99Vi
D and R G West 5s 55- 4%
Fla EC 5s 74 _ 57
Hud C 5s 62A —- 72%
Hud and Man 5s 57 _ 27Vi
III Cent 4%s 56 _ 67%
Int Gt Nor 6s 5s —- 60%
M K and T Aj 5s 67_ 70%
Mo PG 4s 75 .. 25 V s
NYC Rfg 5s 2013 _ 77
Nor Pac 6s 2047 .. 99%
Penn R R 4Vis 65 _117%
Ph Rdg Ci 6s 49 . 33V*
Sal C 6s 45 _ 47%
Sou Ry Cn 5s 94 _ 118%
Sou Ry Gen 4s 56 _ 92%
West Md 4s 52 _ 104%
FOREIGN BONDS
Aust 5s 55 _ 100 %
Aust 4'is 56 __ 97
Braz 6Vis 26-57 - 57%
French 7s 49 _ 1067k
Rio Gr Do Sul 6s 63 _ 36
GOVERNMENT
Treasury
2'as "0-65 _ 100-2
TONIGHT
Schuman's Prayer in Time of War
Shostakovitch’s Symphony No. 6
Played by the Famous
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NEW YORK COTTON *
NEW YORK, Nov. 17.—MB—The
cotton futures market fluctuated
indecisively over a range of 70
cents a bale today to close 20
cents a bale lower to 5 cents
higher.
Activity was confined chiefly to
routine mill buying and covering.
Hedge selling and commission
house liquidation depressed prices
as much as 50 cents a bale in
early trading but the market later
improved as traders awaited
fresh developments on the sub
sidy program and the domestic
purchase plan.
December liquidation and
switching into later months was
a feature.
Open High Low Last
Dec ... 21.6 21.70 21.56 21.63 off 4
Mch .. 21.76 21.81 21.69 21.75 off 1
May .. 21.77 21.82 21.71 21.76 off 2
Jly ... 21.57 21.60 21.52 21.59 up 1
Oct ... 20.88 20.88 20.81 20.85 off 2
Middling spot 22.1 In off 3.
n-Nominal.
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NAVAL STORES
SAVANNAH, Ga., Nov. 17.—fA*—
Turpentine 78 1-2 cents a gallon;
offerings 60 (50-Gal. Bbls.); sales
3.000 gallons; receipts 36 barrels;
shipments 261 barrels; stocks 26.
215 barrels.
Rosin: (100-lb. drums), offer
ings and sales 350: receipts 94;
shipments 286: stocks 16.379.
Quote: B 5.05, D 5.12. E 5.65, F
5.75, G 5.79, H and I 5.81. K 5.85,
M 5.87. N 6.03. WG 6.28. WW and
X 6.55.
-V
N. C. EGGS, POULTRY
RALEIGH, Nov. 17.—'.P—(NCDA)
—Egg and poultry markets steady.
Raleigh—US Grade AA large
(clean white) 56: hens, all weights
25.
Washington—US Grade A large,
57 to 58.
-V
N. C. HOGS
RALEIGH. Nov. 17.—(41)—(NCDA)
—Hog markets steady with tops ol
14.25 at Richmond and 14.10 at
Clinton and Rocky Mount.
STOCK DECLINES
DOMINATE CLOSE
NEW YORK, Nov. 17.— (/P)-*Scat
tered stock favorites managed to
keep in the plus column today
while numerous market leaders
stood still or slipped to slightly
lower levels.
A little short covering toward
the last transformed a few losses
into gains but irregularly lower
tendencies prevailed from the
start although offerings were light
throughout. Declines predomnat
ed at the close.
The usual week-end caution stall
ed many potential purchasers. In
addition reconversion doubts, bas
ed on the big Western front push
and the possibility of a quick
European victory, accentuated
conservatism. Thoughts of ex
panding tax selling from now on
proved a handicap and m,any cus
tomers remained aloof to await
congressional moves and more
light on 1945 taxes. Dividends
and earnings continued as props.
The Associated Press 60-stock
average was up .1 of a point at
54.6 owing to timid last-minute
comebacks in several rails. Of
850 issues appearing. 332 were
down, 175 up and 243 unchanged.
Transfers totaled 705,660 shares
compared with 847.260 Thursday
and were the smallest for a full
session since Oct. 31.
At peaks for 1944 were Sandard
Gas $7 preferred, up 5 1-2; Pitts
burgh Coal preferred, up 4 points
on meager sales, and Emerson
Electric, up 1. Modest improve
ment was shown for Chrysler,
Santa Fe. Great Northern, Good
rich Paramount Pictures. Westing
house. Johns-Manville, Montgom
ery Ward and Boeing. Texas Pa
cific Land Trust added 7-8 to its
stumble of yesterday. Down also
were U. S. Steel. Pennsylvania.
General Motors, U. S. Rubber,
Douglas Aircraft. Eastman Kodak,
American Telephone, Standard Oil
<NJ\ General Electric, American
Smelting a.id Consolidated Edi
son.
Railway bonds did better selec
tively. At Chicago wheat was
unchanged to off 1-4 of a cent a
bushel. Cotton was 20 cents a
bale lower to 5 cents higher.
Among strong spots in the Curb
were Illinois Power, up 1 7-8 and
Raytheon, up 3 1-4. Minor reces
sions were posted for Electric
Bond Si Share, Cities Service, Re
public Aviation and American
Cyanamid “B”. Turnover here
was 240.345 shares versus 218,
440 the day before.
-V
CHICAGO POTATOES
CHICAGO, Nov. 17.—I7P)— (WFA)
—Potatoes: arrivals 113, on trac^
185. total US shipments 889: sup
plies rather light; for western
stock: demand good, market firm;
for northern stock, best quality,
demand moderate, market steady:
Idaho Russet Burbanks. US No.
1. 3.38: Nebraska Bliss Triumphs.
US No. 1. 3.26: Minnesota and
North Kakota Bliss Triumphs:
commercials 2.35-2.50. US No. 1
washed 2.84-2.96: Wisconsin Chip
pewas, commercicals 2.25.
-V
NEW ORLEANS COTTON
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 17. — <JP\—
Cotton closed steady unchanged to
10 cents a bale lower.
Ooen High Low Close
Dec ... 21.67 21.70 21.61 'U.65 off 2
Mch .. 21.79 21.81 21.75 21.80 off 1
May .. 21.82 21.84 21.76 21.82 off 2
Jly ... 21.61 21.61 21.55 21.61 unch
Oct ... 20.90 20.90 20.84 20.89 off 1
-V
CHICAGO, BUTTER. EGGS
CHICAGO, Nov. 17.—(TP)—Butter,
firm, receipts 181.069: market un
changed.
Eggs, receipts 9,057; top firm:
currrent eceipts weak; market un
I changed.
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