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fWMFD Wilmiagton
1400 KC
i KID A V. DECEMBER lit
7:30—x ainiiy Altar.
;4o—Musical Clock.
g:00_News with Martin Agronsky.
8:15—Musical Clock.
8:30— Blue News Correspondents.
8:45-*Ro.-a Kio.
| g;00—'i )■•■ Breakfast CluD.
10:00— My i rue Story.
10-2,1 Jemima Show.
10" ..istening Post.
11:00- Breakfast at Sardi's.
lie.u- iti. .Martyn, News.
II: ... Berch and Boys.
12:00 Glamour Manor.
12:30 p m.— Farm and Home Maker*.
1:00 Baukhage Talking.
1:15—.Musical Interlude.
! 1:2.1_.News — Wilmington Star-News.
l:„u—Musical Interlude.
2:00—Kiernan's News Comer.
2:15—The Mystery Chef.
2:30—Ladies Be Seated.
3:00—Songs by Morton Downey.
3:15—Appointment with Life.
3:45—Sincerely fours.
5:00—Terry and the Pirates.
4:15— The Gospel Lighthouse Hour.
4:30—To Be Announced.
4:45—Hop Harrigan
5:00—Terry and the Pirates.
5:15— Dixie Mountaineers.
5:30—Lone Ranger.
6:U0--Let's Dance.
6:2o—News—Wilmington Star News.
6:30—Ten, Two, Lour Ranch Time.
6:45— Henry J. .ay lor and the News.
7:00—£d Wynn, Happy Island.
7:30—Cuiiiidenlially fours.
7:43—Let's Dance.
8:00—Stars of the Future.
8:30—Famous Jury Trials.
9:00—Sundown Serenade.
9:15—Red Cross Program.
9:o—victory Huraoe cl mputlight Bands.
9:55—Coronet Story Teller.
10:00—Ear) Godwin. News.
10:15—Bob and lienc.
10:30—The Doctor Talks It Over.
10-45— Andrini Continentales.
OVER THE NETWORKS
FRIDAY, DFCEMBER 29
Eastern Mar Time P.M.
Changes in programs as listed due to
corrections oy networks made too v
late o incorporate.
5:15—Portia Faces Lite. Drama — nbc
The Romance c l Evelyn Winters - cb>
Dick Tracy, Serial Series — bill-basic
Chick Carter, Sena! Skit - mbs-basic
5:30—Jut! Plain Bid. Dramatic—nbc
Terry Allen and Tines Sisters—ebs
The JacK Armstrong Serial - blu-east
Serial Series. Superman—mbs-basic
5:-k>- . runt Page i arreil S,*riai - nbc
Wi/jfiiip.- Road. S‘?rial Drama — ebs
Cap;. .Midnight, a Serial — blu-basic
Hop Harngyii in Repeat — other blu
Tom .Mix. Cowboy Serial - mbs-basic
6:tU- -News Repo-t for 15 Mins. — nbc
Qu>ncy Howe and News Time — ebs
Repeal oi the 'lorry Serial - blu-west
Prayer: Comment on the War — mbs
b: m ' America's beienaae; Sports — nbc
L> n Murray Chorus. Orchestra — ebs
Repeat l'rosn Dick Tracy - blu-west
C Carter. a Boy Detective - mbs
6:30—Sail; Moore in Songs Show — ebs
Jack .vi lust rung in Repeat — blu-west
Repeal, Superman Serial -- mbs-west
b: Lowell Fh imas & Newscast — nbc
World New - and Commentary — ebs
Hcmy J. Tay’ -r Comment — blu-ba-ic
C: Midnight in repeat — blu-west
i *. oi Tom Mix Serial — mbs-west
7- C m in' - Suppe; Club - nbc-basic
a Mvste'rv." D: a malic — ebs
Ed Wynn Docs King Bubbles — olu 1
1 Comments — mbs 1
l War \ ia Broadcast — nbc i
'i A moiincec! R30 minutesi — ebs (
•.'■•mc'-cI 'TO mins.) — mbs
7d' C- n.iyn Gilbert and Songs—nbc
It’s Friday on Broadway — cbs-baiic
: - - other ebs
Lone Ranger Disma ol West—blu
Sinfohictta C . ert Half-Hour — mbs
• \yr: y and Comment — nbc
S '' Paul Lavaile Concert - nbc
Henry Aldrich Family Drama - ebs
Bi'-wn New Comments — mbs
r*’- e . ny SR • & S* nde - mbs
8.30 Duffy s Tavern Ed Gardner — nbc
Adventure with the Thin Man - ebs
i ■ . ' I ials Dramatic — blu
i ; vfuuir ui wupui luuiijr uidmo — uiuj
.1.1 . «•■-■ >'■•.* - P«nod — cbs
9:00 Abe Lyman’s Waltz Time — ubc
It Payv to Be Ignorant "Quiz” - cbs
Gang Bwstei ^ Anti Crime Pity — blu |
Vj. •■. Heat ter and Comment - mbs ;
• Real Life — mbs i
9:30 People Are Funny, a Quiz — nbc ‘
That Brewster Boy. Dramatic — cbs •
h ronifts Guo.'I Orches.—blu
Double or Nothing Quiz. Show — mbs
r S'."r- Toller — blu
10 00 Arnos Andy Comedy Show — nbc
Garry Moore & Jimmy Durante — cbs
Earl Godwin s War Comment — Dlu
Boning Bout via Broadcasting — mbs
(<> ■•.') M.i — bin
10:30 B.li Stern’s Snorts Series - nbc
Sta-'t Door Canteen & Variety - -bs
The M'.do, Talk-' li fiver blu-hasjr
10 45 To Be Announced *15 m • — nbc
Andrini & His Continentales — blu
1. ." .niuutc' nbc ba-ic
'• • -e r: :•» Repeat - other nbc
New.-. Varie-y. Dance 2 hr. — cbs-blu
Newsreel: Dan^e Orches. 3 hr. — mbs
13:15— Variety and News to 1 a.m. — nbc
-V
NEW YORK COTTON
NEW YORK, Dec. 23 — UP) —
futures closed 25 to 55 cents a
bale higher.
Net
Open High Low Last Chge
Mch . 21.93 21 99 21.9 321.99 up 5
May . 21.89 21 93 21.88 21.93 up 5
Jly .. 21.52 21.62 21.52 21.62 up 11
Oct ... 20.63 20.cS 20.63 20.67 up 6
Dec .. 20.45 20.59 20.59 20.59 up 10
Middling spot 22.39n up 6.
n-Nominal.
! financial news
Stock Market Quotations
(BY THE ASSOCIATED l&ESS)
Alleghany -- 3
A1 Chem and Dye -la4%
Allis Chal mg--- 38%
Am Can .-..
Am Car Fdy —. 38 ?
Am Roll Mill ..
Am Smelt and Ref.. 38%
A T and T —. 163%
Am Tob B .—"
Arm 111 -.-.- 6%
a r L _ 5274
Ati Ref*:::.—
Aviat Corp .-.
B and O .-.-— 13,8
Baldwin - “tf8
Barnsdall - 16
Bendix Aviat -- 47%
Beth Stl.—-.— 64%
Boeing Airpl.
Borden •.. 33%
Budd Mfg..— 16%
Burl Mills - 39
Burr Add Mach .- 13%
Cannon Mills - 49 2
Case J I —.-. 35%
Caterpil Trac - 48
Ches and O _ 49 4
Chrysler _ - 9074
Coca Cola _ 134
Com! Credit _ 38 4
Com! Solv _ 15%
Comwlth and Sou _ %
Consol Edis _ 24%
Cont Can _ - 37%
Corn Prod _ 58%
Curtiss Wright _ 5%
Curtiss Wright A _ 17%
Doug Aire - 68%
Dow Chem _119
Du Pont _ 154
Eastman Kod_ 173%
Firestone - 55%
Cen Elec - 39
Cen Foods __ 41%
C.en Mot ..- 63%
Coodrich _ 53
Toodyear - 50%
Tt Nor Ry Pf - 47%
[nt Harvest - 79%
rnt Tel and Tel - 19%
lohns Man -- 100%
Kennecott - 35%
Ligg and Myers B - 77%
Loews - 7772
Lorillard „- 18%
Mont Ward _ 50 77
Nash Kelv _ 15%
Nat Biscuit - 23%
Nat Cash Reg -- 3274
Nat Dist _ 36
Ny Cent . 22%
No Am Aviat -- ir.
Nor Pac -.-. 29/8
Packard .-.— Jl'f
Param Pic - 27 s
Penny J C - l®8 4
Penn R R . 33
Phillips Pet _ 43%
Pitt Scr and B- ”74
Pullman - 47 ^
P :e Oil ..- 16%
Radio ... I®'8
Radio K O —-. 3%
Rem Rand _
Repub Stl .
Reynolds B _ 30/8
Sears _192 /s
Socony Vac-- 13%
Sou Pac _ 41%
Sou Ry - 33
Std Brand - 28
Std Oil N J ..— 56
Stewart Warner - 1574
Swift ..—.. 31%
Te-• Co -. 49
Union Carb - 79
United Aire _- 29%
United Corp - 1%
United Drug - 1714
United Fruit - 88VS
Unit Gas Imp - 137s
US Rubber . 50%
US Smelt and Ref ..- 5274
US Steel . 59%
Vanadium - 20%
Va Caro Chcm -- 3%
Warner Piet - 13%
West Union A - 44
West El and Mfg ..122
Wooiworth - 41%
Final stock sales 1.232,266.
RICHMOND LIVESTOCK
RICHMOND. Va., Dec. 28.—(A?)—
— (USDA> — Hogs, 2000. Market
steady with Wednesday. 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
300 lbs(. 11.10. Good stags 8.10.
Cattle: Good butcher bulls sell
8 50-9.50: sausage bulls according
to size aird quality 6.00-8.00. Top
dairy type cows are selling 8.00
9 00: medium to good 6.50-8.00:
common grades 4.50-6.00; shelly
kinds 3.50-4.00. Good and choice
vealers sell 15.00: medium calves
11.00-13.00; common 8.00-10.00.
-V
N. C. FRUITS, VEGETABLES
RALEIGH. Dec. 28.— (UP) —
(NCDA)—Fruits and vegetables:
Sweet potatoes: New York, mar
ket about steady. Bushel baskets
US No. 1 North Carolina Puerito
Ricans 2 75-3.25.
Cabbage: Washington, market
firm. 50-lb. sacks North Carolina
domestic round type, 2.25.
Apples: Philadelphia, market
dull. Bushel baskets US No. 1
2 1-2 inch minimum delicious 3.00
3 65; Staymens 3.00-3.25.
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N. C. POULTRY
RALEIGH, Dec. 28.—UF—(NCDA)
—Egg and poultry markets steady
to firm.
Raleigh—US Grade A large, 52
to 54; hens, all weights, 25.
Washington—US Grade A large
54 to 56; no poultry arrived at
authorizes processors.
-V
NEW ORLEANS COTTON
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 28.——
Cotton closed steady 10 to 50 cents
a bale higher.
Net
Open High Low Close Chge
Mch .. 21.97 22.01 21.97 22.00 up 2
May — 21.92 21.9C 21.92 21.94 up 2
Jly ... 21.54 21.65 21.54 21.64 up 10
Oct ... 20.64 20.70 20.64 20.69 up 5
-V
N. C. LIVESTOCK
RALEIGH. Dec. 28.—(PI—(NCDA1
— Hog markets stronger to steadj
with tops of 14.25 at Clinton anc
Rocky Mount and 14.10 at Rich
mond.
Bond Quotations
VTSF 4s 95 .-. 129%
ACL 4%s 64 .. 99%
a and O 4s 48 .. 99%
Jan Pac 4s Perp- 95%
JB and Q 4%s 77-113
J and El Inc 97 - 60%
JGW 4s 88 _ 89
2RI and P R g 4s 34 . 49%
21 Ut 4%s 77 __102%
D and RG West 5s 55- 4%
Ha EC as 74 __ 56%
dud C 5s 62 A ..-. 71%
dud and Man 5s 57- 33
11 Cent 4%s 56 _ 76%
nt Gt Nor 6s 52- 67
and N 4%s 2003 _ _
VlK and T Aj 5s 67 - 84%
VIo PG 4s 75 __- 36%
\YC Rfg 5s 2013 .— 89%
STor and W is 96_134
Vor Pac 6s 2047 _103%
3enn RR 4%s' 6_ 119%
?h Rdg Ci 6s 49 .. 35%
sal C 6s 45 ___ 54%
sou Pac Rfg 4s 55 _105*2
sou Ry Cn 5s 94 _122%
sou Ry Gen 4s 56 - 96%
Vest Md 4s 52 _ _105
FOREIGN BONDS
Aust 5s 55_ _ _ 99%
draz 6%s 26-57 _ 58
Doland 8s 50_ 25%
dio Gr Do Sul 6s 68_ 38%
Final bond sales $7,701,000.
TRE ASURY BONDS
! l-2s 53-49 1 _ 106.28 up .14
! 3-4s 65-50 5 _ 112.17 up .21
! l-2s 69-64 June 4 odd 100.12
> l-2s 70-65 7 odd __ 100.11
2 l-2s 71-66 3 _ 100.13
Play Outfit
MARIAN MARTIN
Boy’s or girl’s all-season over
alls; applique toyboat on ric-rac
waves; cap; jacket; short play
suit—Pattern 9391. Use wool, cor
duroy or denim.
Pattern 9391, sizes 1, 2, 3, 4,
6, 8. Size 6, overalls, jacket, hat,
1 1-4 yards 54-inch; 1-2 yard con
trast; all one fabric, short-sleeved
jacket, 2 1-4 yards 35-inch.
This pattern, together with a
needlework pattern for personal or
household decoration, TWENTY
CENTS.
Send TWENTY CENTS in coins
for these patterns to The Wilming
ton Morning Star, 165 Pattern
Dept., 232 West 18th St., New
York 11, N. Y. Print plainly SIZE,
NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUM
BER.
FIFTEEN CENTS more brings
jou the Marian Martin Fall and
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INDUSTRY WIPES
OUT MART LOSS
NEW YORK, Dec. 28.—(fP)—The
stock market turned the tables
on the bears today as steels and
other pivotal industrials wiped out
all their losses for the previous
trend.
The trend reversal began at the
opening and the advance rarely
faltered. Closing plus marks ran
to a point or so for most leaders,
with a few isolated favorites jump
ing as much as 10. Dealings were
relatively active throughout.
Short covering and reinstatement
of commitments was based mainly
on the more optimistic war news
in addition to individual situations.
Some buying was attrbuted to the
belief the recent stumble had serv
ed as a healthy technical correc
tion.
The Associated Press 60-stock
average was up .5 of a point at
57.5 against a drop of as much
Wednesday. It was another broad
market, 919 issues appearing. Of
these, 618 were up and 301 down
or unchanged. Transfers of 1,232,
266 shares compared with 1,582,
845 the day before.
Railway bonds improved. At
Chicago wheat was unchanged to
off 5-8 of a cent a bushel. Cotton
was up 25 to 55 cents a bale.
Prominent curb gainers were U.
S. Graphite, Cities Services, Gray
Mfg., Solar Aircraft and ARC
Equipment. Turnover here was
345,825 shares versus 385,670 yes
NEW BERN MAN
COMMISSIONED
IN NAVY UNIT
NEW BERN. Dec. 28.—L. A.
(Zan) Harper, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Harper of New Bern,
has been commissioned an ensign
in the Naval Reserve, following
his graduation from the Midship
men’s school at Columbia Univer
sity in New York City. The parents
■ttended the graduation exercises
in the Cathedral of St. John the
Divine.
After a brief leave in New Bern.
Ensign Harper will report to Flor
ida for advanced training in tac
tical radar. He will then receive
his. permanent assignment as a
lint' officer in the Fleet.
Before joining the service, he
was a student at the University
of North Carolina, where during
his sophomore year he won the
Kay Kyser scholarship in music
A violinist, he was a member of
the University band, Universitv
symphony orchestra and North
Carolina symphony orchestra. He
also was active in the Y. M. C
A., dramatics and many other ex
tra-curricular lines.
-V
NAVAL STORES
SAVANNAH, Ga., Dec. 28.——
Turpentine 79 cents a gallon. Of
ferings, none: sales, none; re
ceipts, 27 barrels; shipments,
none; stocks, 24,392 barrels.
Rosin: (100-lb. drums), offer
ings, none: sales, none; receipts,
191; shipments, 85; stocks, 14.696.
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 SPOT
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 28.—fA*)—
Spot cotton closed steady 25 cents
a bale higher here today. Sales
1,363. low middling 17.75, mid
dling 21.50, good middling 21.90.
receipts 8,074. stock 239,309.
CHARLOTTE SPOT
CHARLOTTE, Dec. 28.— (£) —
Spot cotton 21.70.
DAILY CROSSWORD
ACROSS DOWN 21. Close to GAME S1A L
1. American 1. Boy's 22. Public notice aIpIsIeisBsIa
Indians nickname 23. Regions I I
5. Lengthwise 2. Boring tool 24. Frisks
threads of 3. Social group 25. Affirmative
a loom 4. Feeling reply
9. Bulrush 5. Pale 27 Any power
10. Chills and 6. Grows old ful deity
fever 7. Move with 30. Help
11. Commenced haste 33. Estimate
12. Sets, as of 8. Flower 34. Donkeys _
boxes, etc. 11. Wager 35 Firmament 12-26
14 Occurrences 13. Yet 37. Pen-name of Yesterday's Answer
15 Close 15 Weep Charles
17 Thrice 19 Names as a Lamb 40. Fashion
imus.) candidate 38. Pack down 42. Property (L.)
is Kiectrined
particle
20 Nickel
isym )
21 Large read
ing desk
22 Trouble
23 Size of t ype
20 Emblem
for valor
28 Beam
29 Claw
11 Type
measure
12 Metal
1.3 Fuel
10 Incite
19 Figured fab
ric of linen
11 Per to the
sun
43 Shaggy
icolloq I
44 Fruit
45 Border
46 Weakens
47 Observes
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