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RADIO
WMFD Wilmington
1400 KC
alLKSDAY, DECEMBER 78
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1:45—Andrini Continentales.
2:00—Kiernan's News Corner,
2:15—The Mystery Chef.
2-30—Ladies Be Seated.
3:00—Songs by Morton Downey.
3:15—Appointment with Life.
2:45—Sincereiy Yours.
4:]5—To Be Announced.
4-45—Hop Harrigan
5:00—Terry and the Pirates.
5:15—U. P. News.
i:30—Hasten the Day.
5:45—The Cities of Belgium.
6:00—Let’s Dance.
6:25—News—Wilmington Star News.
6:45—Henry J. .a}lor and the News.
7:00—Fred Waring Show.
7:45—Sundown Serenade
8:lO—U r. riofc.ain.
8:30—Town Meeting of the Air.
9:30—Victory Parade of Spotlight Bands.
9:55—Coronet Story Teller.
10:00—Raymond Gram Swing.
10:15—Andy Russell Show.
10:30—March of Time Program.
OVER THE NETWORKS
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28
Eastern War Time P.M.
Changes in programs as listed due to
corrections by networks made too
late 10 incorporate.
5:30—Just Plain Bill, Dramatic—nhc
Terry Allen and Thres Sisters—ebs
The Jack Armstrong Serial—blu-east
Serial Senes, Superman—mbs-basic
5:45—Front Page Farrell 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
Fifteen Minutes of News - cbs-basic
Repeat of the Terry Serial — blu-west
Prayer; Comment on the War — mbs
6:15—America’s Serenade: Sports — nbc
Calling Pan-America a Concert — ebs
Repeat from Dick Tracy — blu-west
Chick Carter, a Boy Detective — mbs
C:.TO--Jack Armstrong's repeat — Din
Repeat, Superman Serial — mbs-west
6:45—Lowell Thomas & Newscast — nbc
World News and Commentary — ebs
Henry J. Tay’or Comment — blu-basic
Capt. Midnight in repeat — blu-west
R'ic-t of Tom Mix Serial — mbs-west
7:r'" Como’s Supper Club — nbc-basic
Ta Mystery.” Dramatic — ebs
Fred Waring’s Musical Variety — bul
Fr • Lewis. Jr.. Comments — mbs
7:’.''-World War via Broadcast — nbc
J'himie Johnston & Bill Slater — ebs
T- Ee Announced (15 mins.) — mbs
7:50—Bob Burns & Comedy — nbc-basic
Irresistibles. Girls Vocal — other nbc
Mr Keen. 30 min. Drama — cbs-basic
It’s Murder. Safety Drama Skit — blu
Arthur Hale and Comment — mbs-east
7 '5—Kaltenborn and Comment — nbc
Chester Bowles Talk on OPA — blu
Dance Orchestra for 15 mins. — mbs
B^O- The Frank Morgan Show — nbc
Suspense. Mystery Drama Show — ebs
Frank Singiser Newscast — mbs-east
/~thur Hale with repeat — other mbs
8-15—Lum and Abner Serial Skit — blu
S -nny Skylar Song Serenade — mbs
8■'"'I— Dinah Shore. Variety Show — nbc
T’-o r>atv, Valiev. Sheriff — cbs-basic
America Town Meeting Forum — blu
S"mrr»v Kaye’s Music Varieties — mbs
p-""—~ v** Minutes News Period — ebs
9:00—Bing Crosby & Music Hall — nbc
yT"irr Bowes Amateurs’ Show — ebs
Gabriel Heatter and Comment — mbs
f: '-Dramas from Real Life — mbs
C —Joan Davis & Variety — nbc-basic
Bob Burns with repeat — other nbc
Corliss Archer. Dramatic Series — ebs
P:"—Five Minute Story Teller — blu
10-Abbott & Costello Comedy — nbc
First Line. Drama About Navy — ebs
P-mond Gram Swing Comment—blue
-"-nry Gladstone in Comment — mb
10-15—Andy Russell’s Song Show — blu
p Carnegie Tel'c of People — mbs
10:50—The Rudy Vallee Varietee — nbc
Larry Douglas Songs and Guest — ebs
The March of Time and Guests—ebs
The Army Air Forces Program — mbs
11:00—News for 15 Minutes — nbc-basic
The Sunper Club Repeat — other nbc
News. Variety. Dance 2 hr. — cbs-blu
Newsreel; Dance Orches, 3 hr. — mbs
11:15—Variety and News to 1 a.m. — nbc
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NAVAL STORES
SAVANNAH, Ga., Dec. 27.—(iP)—
Turpentine 79 cents a gallon; of
ferings 67 (50-gal. bbls.); sales,
3 550 gallons; receipts, 44 barrels;
shipments, none; stocks, 24,865
barrels.
Rosin: (100-lb. drums), offer
ings, none; sales, none; receipts,
62, shipments, none; stocks, 14,
590.
Quote: B, 5.05; D, 5.12; E, 5.65;
F, 5.75; G, 5.79; H, 5.81; I, 5.81;
K, 5.85; M, 5.87; N, 6.03; WG,
6.28; WW, 6.55; X, 6.55.
-V-,
NEW ORLEANS COTTON
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 27.—(#)—
Cotton market closed steady un
changed to 15 cents a bale higher.
Open High Low Close
Mch — 22.99 21.99 21.94 21.98 up 1
May - 21.92 21.92 21.89 21.92 up 1
Jly ... 21.54 21.55 21.52 21.54 unch
Oct ... 20.62 20.64 20.62 20.64 up 3
n^NANOAlTNEWS
Stock Market Quotations
<BI THE ASSOCIATED TRESS)
Alleghany . — ~ 8
A1 Chem and Dye .- -laa
Alii- Chal Mig - £, 4
Am Can -
Am Car Fdy - *‘1*
Am Roll Mill
Am Smelt and Ref - “8%
A T and T --
Am Tob B --
Anaconda - ‘N 8
Arm 111 -- 4 8
Atl Ref.. 3”,
Aviat Corp -■- ^
Baldwin - “j?
B and O
Barnsdall -
Bendix Aviat - 46 4
Beth Stl —.-.— 6344
Boeing Airpl.. t- 1< g
Budd Mfg- 10*?
Burl Mills ..- 38%
Bur Add Mach .. 13%
Case J I - 3o
Caterpil Trac--- 48
Ches and O- 49 4
Chrysler -- 39 .2
Coca Cola _ - 133*2
Coml Credit - 38 s
Coml Solv - 15%
Comwlth and Sou - °s
Consol Edis _ 24%
Cont Can _ 37
Corn Prod ...- 58%
Curtiss Wright _ _ 3-_4
Curtiss Wright A _ 11%
Doug Aire _ _ 68
Dow Chem_ 118
Du Pont _ 154
Eastman Kod_172
Firestone _ 55%
Gen Elec _ 37%
Gen Foods - 41%
Gen Mot __- 62% |
Goodrich _ 52% j
Goodvear _ 49% 1
Gt Nor Ry Pf _ 46%
Tnt Harvest _ 79%
Tnt Tel and Tel _ 18%
Johns Manv _ 100%
Kennecott - 35% ;
Ligg and Myers B _ 78% !
Loews _ 74%i
Lorillard _ 18% I
Mont Ward - 50%
Nash Kelv _ 15 j
Nat Biscuit _ 23%
Nat Cash Reg_ 32%
Nat Dist _ 36
Nv Cent __ 22%
No Am Aviat_ 19
Nor Pac- “i:4
Packard . ™
Parana Pic
Penny J C..— l™.
Penn R R .. 82-b
Phillips Pet - _.8
rai Scr and B . 5-?8
Pullman ..-.- *'■8
Pure Oil -- 1°
Radio -
Radio K O .. 8%
Rem Rand _ i272
Repub Stl - 1°_4
Reynolds B _30,4
Sears _162 ,s
Socony Vac _ 13%
Sou Pac _ 40=4
Sou Ry__—. 32%
Std Brand .. 28
Std Oil N J.-.- 55%
Stewart Warner - 15%
Swift - 31%
Tex Co--- 47%
Union Carbide - 7974
United Corp- 1%
United Drug _ 1674
United Fruit - 881 .'i
Unit Gas Imp - 13%
US Indus Chem- 3774
US Rubber _ — 50%
US Smelt and Ref- 5174
US Steel _—— 58%
Vanadium --- 20%
Vick Chem_ 4812
Va Caro Chem_ 3%
Warner Pic - 13
777est Union A -,- 4.2=4
West El and Mfg- 112
Woolworth _ — -- 4174
Final stock sales 1,582,845.
Bond Quotations
ATSF 4s 95 _... 129%
ACL 4%s 64_ 99
B and O 4s 48 _ 38%
Can Pac 4s Perp- 95%
CB and Q 4%s 77_113
C and El Inc 97_ 60
CR1 and P Ref 4s 34 . 49%
Cl Ut 4%s 77 _ 102%
D and RG '.Vest 5s 55- 4%
Fla EC 5s 74___ 56%
Hud C 5s 62A . _ 71%
Hud and Man 5s 57_ 31
111 Cent 4%s 56 ... 76%
Int Gt Nor 6s 52 _ 66%
MK and T Aj 5s 67 ... 84%
Mo PG 4s 75___ 36%
Nyc Rfg 5s 2013 ... 88%
Nor and W 4s 96_ 93%
Nor Pac 6s 2047 ...J_ 103
Penn RR 4%s 65_119ya
Ph Rdg Cl 6s 49.. 34%
Sal C 6s 45_ 54%
Sou Pac Rfg 4s 55 - 105%
Sou Rv Cn 5s 94 _122%
Sou Rv Gen 4s 56_ 95%
West Md 4s 52_ 105%
FOREIGN BONDS
Aust 5s 55_ 99%
Aust 4%s 56 _ 96
Braz 6%s 26-57 _ 58
Rio Gr Do Sul 6s 68 .. 37
Final bond sales $10,581,800.
TREASURY BONDS
2 s 54-52 Dec. 15_100.10 up .1
2s 60-55 5 „ _ 112.22 up .16
2 l-2s 69-64 Juno 5 .. 100.12 up .2
2 l-2s 71-66 6 _100.13
RICHMOND LIVESTOC K
RICHMOND, Va. Dec. 27. — (TP)—
— (USDA)— Hogs': 3200. Market
steady with Tuesday. 180-240 lb.
grain-fed hogs 14 10. 100-120 lbs.
10.85. 120-140 lbs 12.70. 140-160 lbs.
13.35. 160-180 lbs. 13.95. 240-270 lbs.
13.70. 270-300 lbs. 13.20. 300-330 lbs.
13.05. Weights 330 lbs up 12.70.
Good sows under 350 lbs 12.35; 350
500 lbs. 11.85: over 500 lbs. 11.10.
Good stags 8.10.
Cattle: Market slow. Top dairy
type cows bring 8.00-9.00; medium
to good 6.50-8.00; common grades
4.50-6.00; shelly kinds 3.50-4.00.
Good butcher bulls are selling 8.50
9.50; sausage bulls according to
size and quality 6.00-8.00. Good and
choice vealers steady 14.00-14.50;
medium calves 11.00-13.00; common
8.00-10.00.
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CHARLOTTE SPOT
CHARLOTTE, Dec. 27. — (TP) —
Spot cotton 21.05.
BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS ,
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age! Note width, length (almost to
hem of dress); non-skid straps.
Pattern 9387 in wide size range:
small (14-16), medium (18-20; 36
40)) large (42-46), extra large (48
52). Large size, 1 3-4 yds. 35-in.
This pattern, together with a
needlework pattern for personal or
household decoration, TWENTY
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Send TWENTY CENTS in coins
for these patterns to The Wilming
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Dept., 232 West 18th St., New
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FIFTEEN CENTS more brings
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is printed right in the book.
Should all Germans be punished
for Nazi crimes and atrocities?
“YES!” says Major E. Lessner
“NO!” says Dorothy Thompson
Are all Germans basically barbarian, or just the Nazis? Tonight,
on America’s Town Meeting, authorities come to grips over this
stirring issue. “Punish all Germans for Nazi crimes!” says Major
Erwin Lessner, author of “Phantom Victory—The Fourth Reich.”
“Punish only the Nazis!” pleads* Dorothy Thompson, famed
columnist and commentator. What do you think? Hear both sides
tonight on AmerUa’s Town Meeting, sponsored by The Reader’s
Digest, S:r;n. WMFD.
DOWNWARD TILT
NOTED IN MART
NEW YORK, Dec. 27.— Wl—1The
dock market tilted downward
again today although numerous
eaders managed to halve their
osses.
An early bust of selling tripped
a long list of prominent rails,
:teels, motors, aircrafts, meals
and specialties. The recoveries,
.vhich were spotty and slow, still
eft a wide assortment of declines
ranging from fractions to more
;han a point.
The Associated Press 60-stock
average was off .5 of a point at
57.0, the 15-carrier group dropping
7.
It wras a broad market, 984 is
sues crossing the tape. Of that
cumber, 842 were unchanged or
low’er. Volume at 1,582,845 shares
compared with 996,709 in Tues
day's downturn.
Continued cloudy war new's de
pressed speculative and invest
ment enthusiasm. Bearish be
liefs were propped also by
thoughts of further reaction from
the long advance to new highs.
Rail bonds duplicated action of
carrier equities. Cotton futures
finished ahead 10 to 25 cents a
oale. Wheat at Chicago was down
1-8 cent a bushel to up 1-3 cent.
-V
OPA Order Ends Ration
Riot In Portland (Ore.)
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 27.—OP)—
Portland’s rationed food free-for
all ended today, as grocers—pres
ented with a formal order—began
enforcing the new OPA regula
tions.
Buyers swamped city stores last
night after learning that grocers
still were selling point-free goods
and accepting expired stamps be
cause they had not received an of
ficial OPA order. Police were call
ed to two stores to quell a near
riot.
OPA officials, issuing a formal
order, began a check today to see
that OPA rules a^-e being enforced.
N. C. FRUITS, VEGETABLES
RALEIGH, Dec. 27.— (UP) —
(NCDA)—Fruits and vegetables:
New York.—Sweet potatoes, m:\r
iret stronger. Bushel baskets US
Mo. 1 North Carolina Puerto Ri
;ans 3.00-3.25.
Washington Cabbage, market
steady. 50-lb. sacks North Caro
ina domestic roundtype, 2.00-2.25.
New York: Apples, market dull.
Bushel baskets US No. i 2 1-2 inch
minimum delicious 3.00-3.25.
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NEW YORK COTTON
NEW YORK. Dec. 27. — (ff) —
Futures closed 10 to 25 cents a
bale higher.
Open High Low Last
Mch „ 21.94 21.95 21.93 21.94 up 3
May .. 21.87 21.89 21.87 21.8ft up 3
Jly ... 21.50 21.52 21.49 21.51 up 2
Oct 20.60 20.61 20.59 20.61 up 5
Dec --- 20.52 20.54 20.52 20.48 up 3
Middling spot 22.33n up 5.
n-Nominal.
-V
NEW ORLEANS SPOT
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 27.—MV
Spot cotton closed steady 25 cents
a bale higher today. Sales 1,155,
low middling 17.70, middling 21.45,
good middling 21.85^ Receipts,
none, stock 27,811.
-V
N. C. POULTRY
RALEIGH, Dec. 27.—(tf)—(NCDA)
—Egg and poultry markets steady.
Raleigh: U. S. Grade AA large
54; hens, all weights, 25.
Washington: U. S. Grade A large
55 to 56.
-V
N. C. LIVESTOCK
RALEIGH, Dec. 27.—OP!—(NCDA)
—Richmond and Clinton hog mar
kets steady with tops of 14 '0 and
14.15 respectively. Rocky Mount
stronger with top of 14.425.
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10. Therefore premium 30. Poetical foot
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12. Journalist the lobes 31. Foxy
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14. Sambur 12. Female pig harvests
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16. Tree 18. Fear 38. Biblical 42. Meadow
17. Boy's 19. A weakling mountain 43. Pig
nickname 22. Slice 40. Fish 45. Accomplish
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