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fWMFD Wilmington
1460 KC
WEDNESDAY, JAN LAKY 1?
7:30—Family Altar.
7:45—Musical Clock.
3:00—News with Martin Agronsxy.
8; 15—Musical Clock.
8:30—Correspondents at Home ana
Abroad.
8:45—Rosa Rio. . _
9:00—The Breakfast Club with DoP
McNeil.
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 s—Tom £reh
amen.
11:30—Gil Martyr!, News.
11:45—Jack Berch and Boyi.
12:00—Glamour Manor.
12:30—Farm and Home Makers.
1:00—Baukhagc Talking—Whites .
1; 15— Musical Interlude.
1 ;25_News—Wilmington Star-Newt,
1:30—Ethel and Albert.
1:45—Piano Playhouse.
2:00— Kieman's News Corner.
2:15—The Mystery Chef.
2:30—Ladies Be Seated.
3;0O—Songs from Morton Downey.
3:15—Apointrr.ent with Life.
3:45—Yours Alone.
4:00—Time Views the News.
4:15—Ozark Ramblers.
4:30—That’s *or Me.
4:4.5—Hop Harrigan.
5:00—Terry and the Pirates.
5:15—Dixie Mountaineers.
5:30—Lone Ranger.
6:00—Kiernan’s News Comer.
6:15—Musical Interlude.
6:'.’5—\ews—Wilmington Star-News.
6:30—Ten. Two. Four Time.
6:45—Peggy Mann Sings.
7:00—Correspondents Home and Abroad.
7:15—Vincent Sheean.
7:30—Let’s Dance.
7:30—Your Job Reporter.
8:00—Top of the Evening—Ted Malone.
8:15—Treasury Salute.
8:30—Norway Fights On.
8:4.5—Voice of the Army.
9:00—Keep Up with the World.
9:30—Victory Parade of Spotlight Bands.
9:55—Coronet Story Teller.
10:00—Kay Armen.
30:30—Scramby Aniby.
OVER THE NETWORKS
WEDNESDAY, JAM ARY 17
Eastern War Time P.M.
Changes in programs as listed due to
corrections oy networks made ton
late to incorporate.
5:30— Just Plain Bili. Dramatic — nbc
Terry Allen Sc The Ross Sisters — ebs
The Jack Armstrong Serial — blu-east
Serial Seri^-, Supcrmah — mbs-basic
5:45—Front Page Farrell 6»:rial — nbc
Wilderness Read, Serial Drama — ebs
Cant. Midnight, a Serial — blu-east
Hop Harrigan in Repeat — other blu
Tom Mix. Cowboy Serial — mbs-basic
6:00- News Report for 15 mins. — nbc
Quincy Howe and News Time — ebs
Walter Kiernan’s News Spot — blu-e.
Repeat, of the Terry Serial — blu-west
Prayer; Comment on the War — mbs
6:1") -America's Serenade; Sports — nbc |
L- i Murray Chorus. Orchestra — ebs
Repeat From Dick Tracy - blu-west
('.hick Carter, a Boy Detective — mbs
6:3C— Encore, Appearance Musical — ebs
Jack Arms’ror.g in Repeat — blu-west
Repeau Superman Serial — mbs-wesf
6:45—Lowell Thomas Sc New-cast — nbc
World News and Commentary — ebs .
To Be Announced — blu-basie
Cant. Midnight in Repeat — blu-west I
Repeat of Tom Mix Serial — mbs-west ;
T:00—Como’s Supper Club — nbe-basic
Jack Kirkwood’s Radio Show — ebs
On Stage i:\erybody in Variety — blu
Fulton Lew.. Jr., Comments — mbs
7:15—World War via Broadcast — nbc
Johnnie Johnston Sc Bill Slater — ebs
To Be Announced <15 mins.) — mbs
7:30—Carolyn Gilbert and Songs — nbc
Easy Aces. 30 min. Drama — ebs-basic
Lone Ranger’s Drama of West — blu
R. A. Gunnison in Philippines — mbs
7-45—Kaltenborn and Comment — nbc
Lance Orchestra for 15 Mins — mbs
8:0)—Mr. and Mrs. North, Drama — nbc
Jack Carson & Variety Series — ebs
Ted Malone’s Overseas Show — blu
Cecil Brown News Comments — mbs
8:15— Lum and Abner Serial Skit — blu
Sunny Skylar Song Serenade — mbs
8‘ —Henny Vcungman Sc Carol — nbc
Jean Hers In It and Dr. Christian — ebs
My Best Girls. Family Drama — blu
Human Adventure, Dramatic — mbs
8:55—Five Minutes News Period — ebs
9:00—Eddie Cantor and Variety — nbc
Frank Sinatra s Mid-Week Var. — ebs
Freling Foster Dramatic Series — blu
Gabriel Heatter and Comment — mbs
9:15—Dramas from Real Life — mbs
9:30--District Attorney, Drama — nbc
Which is Which, Ken Murray — ebs
Spotlight Bands. Guest Orches. — blu
Cisco Kid, Drama of the West — mbs
9:.,.->—Five Minute Story. Teller — blu
lOTO— Kay Kyser. Music & Quiz — nbc
Great Moments in Mu sir. Con. — ebs
To Be Announced 130 mins.) — blu
^umner Welles in Commentary — mbs
Scbubert in Comment — mbs
JO.oO—Milton Eerie Comedy Show — ebs
Seramby Amby, a Quiz Series - blu
i,lH? f'Hoi,r for Dance Music — mbs
3I^&~eews U'r 15 Minutes - nbe-basic
Jnc Supper Club Repeat — other nbc
News, Variety. Dance 2 hr.—cbs-blu
Newsreel: Dance Orches. 3 hr.-mbs
.ia Variety ar.ci News to 1 a.rn. — nbc !
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NAVAL STORES
SAVANNAH, Ga.. Jan. 16.—W_
Turpentine 79 1-2 cents a gallon;
offerings, none; sales, none; re
ceipts 8 barrels; shipments *1
barrels; stocks, 24.020 barre s.
Rosin: (100-lb. drums), offer
ings, none; sales, none; receipts, t
73; shipments 187; stocks 12,000. £
Quote: B 5.05, D 5.12, E 5.65, F r
5.75, G 5.75, H 5.81, I 5.81, K 5.85, -
M 5.87, N 6.03, WG 6.28, X 6.55. "
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N. C. VEGETABLES
RALEIGH, Jan. 16.— (UP) — ,
(NCDA)—Vegetables: —
New York: Sweet potatoes, mar- r
ket stronger. Bushel baskets US j.
No. 1, North Caroline Puerto Ri- <•
cns 2.75-3.25.
Washington: Cabbage, market f
•teady. 50-lb. sacks North Caro- t
lina domestic round type 1.75-2.00. r
—v_—. ;
N. C. POULTRY s
RALEIGH, Jan. 16.—Iff]—(NCDA) 5
—Egg and poultry markets weak
er to firm r
Raleigh—US Grade AA large 47; 5
hens, all weights, 25 1-2. r
Washington—US Grade A large t
46 to 48; broilers and fryers 32. f
FINANCIAL NEWS
Stock Market Quotations
<BT THE ASSOCIATED CHESS)
Alleghany - 3%
A1 Chem and Dye - 16
Allis Chal Mfg -- 40%
Am Car Fdx - 40%
Am Shelt and Ref_ 42
At and T---163%
Am Tob B _ 68%
Anaconda - 31%
Arm 111 - 7%
ACL _ 52%
Atl Ref . 32%
Aviat Corp _ 6
B and O _ 12%
Bamsdall - 19%
Bendix Aviat _ 49%
Beth Stl _ 70%
Boeing Airpl - 18%
Borden - 34%
Budd Mfg - 11
Burl Mills -- 46%
Bur Add Mach _ 15
Hannon Mills - 51
Base Ji - 37
Haterpil Trac - 49%
Hhes and O - 51%
(Chrysler ..— 94%
jCoca Cola -135
I Coml Credit - 39%
I Coml Solv . - 16%
jComwlth and Sou - _%
| Consol Edis - 25%
iCons Vultee - 19%
[Cont Can .. 39%
Corn Prod ..- 61
Curtiss Weight . 6%
Curtiss Wright.. 70%
Dow Chem -126%
Dupont _160%
Eastman Kod -1-178
Firestone - p7
Gen Elec - 39%
Gen. Foods- - 41%
Gen Mot .-..
Goodyear-- p3
Goodrich _ 34%
Gt Nor Ry Pf..— 49%
Int Harvest - 78%
Int Tel Tel . 22%
Johns Man -102%
Kennecott _ 37%
Ligg Myers B .-. 80%
Lockheed _ 21
Loews -- 78%
Lorillard _ 19%
Mont Ward _ 30
Nash Kelv _. 16%
Nat Biscuit _ 24%
Nat Cash Reg - 34
Nat Dist _ 36%
NY Cent . 24%
No Am Aviat _ 10%
Nor Pac _ 19%
Packard _ 6%
Param Pic _ 29%
Penney JC _108%
Penn ER . 35%
Pepsi Cola •_ - 24
Phillips Pet _ 45%
Pitt Scr B . 6%
Pullman___ 49
Pure Oil _ 17%
uaaio _ uv*
Radio Ko . 9%
Rem Rand _ 23
Repub Stl _20%
Reynolds B _ 33%
Sears _ 103%
oco-'v Vac _ 15%
Sou Pac _ 41%
Sou Ry _ 35%
Std Brands _ 29%
Std Oil N.l .. 58%
Stewart Warner _ 16%
Tex Co ..%_ 50%
Union Carbide __ 81
United Aire _ 31%
Unit Airlines _ 32%
United Corp _ 1%
United Drug _ 16%
United Fruit _ 14%
Unit Gas Imp _ 14%
US Indust Chem _ 39
US Rubber _ 52%
US Smelt and Ref .. 56%
US Steel _ 61%
Vanadium ...*_ 22%
Va Caro Chem__ 4%
Warner Piet _ 13%
West Union A _ 46%
West El and Mfg_ 1122%
W'^Uvorth .. 41%
Final stock sales 1,208.880
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NEW ORLEANS COTTON
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 16.—(JP)—
Cotton, closed steady 45 to 60 cents
a bale higher.
Open High Low Close
Mch. _ 22.18 2213 22.22 up 12
May .. 22.05 2213 22.04 22.12 up 11
Jly. . 21.74 21.35 21.73 21.81B up 9
Oct. . 21.06 21.19 21.05 21.17 up 11
Dec. 21.08 21.15 21.08 21.12B up 12
NEW YORK COTTON
Cotton futures closed 50 to #5
cents a bale higher
Open High Low Last
Mch. 22.19 22.23 22.14 22.22 up 10
May .22.03 22.13 22.01 22.10 up 13
Jly - 21.74 21 31 21.71 21.79N up 10
Oct - 21.06 21.18 .21.02 21.15 up 11
Dec _ 21.03 21.13 21.00 21.13 up 12
Middling spot 22.56N up 9.
CHARLOTTE SPOT
CHARLOTTE, Jan. 16.— (,fl —
Spot cotton 21.55.
Bond Quotations
AT and SF 4s 95 ..- 59%
ACL 4%s 64 .. 99%
Can Pac 4s Perp. 98%
B and O 4c 48 - - 99%
CB and Q 4%s 77 - 1134s
C and Ei Inc 97 ... 66
CGW 4c 83 ... 9544
Cri and P Refg 4s 34 - 52%
CL UT 4%s 77 .. 103%
D and RG W 5s 55 -- 1044
Fla E C os 74 —. 60%
Hud C 5s 62A - - 7644
Hud and Man 5s 57 - 33
111 Cent 4%S 56 - 68%
Int G N 5s 52 .. 69
L and N 444 s 2003 -. 105%
MK and T AJ 5s -- 8244
Mo P G 4s 75 _ 37%
NYC Rfg 5s 2013_ 93
Nor and W 4s 96 Unquoted
Nor Pac 6s 2047 - - IG4%
Penn RR 4%s 65 - - 122%
Cal C 6s 45 __— 58 !
ou Pac Rfg 4s 55 _105%
■sou Ry CN 5s _ _125%
Sou Ry Gen 4s 56 _ 93%
West Md 4s 52_ 10544
FORIGN BONDS
Aus 5s 55 _:-100%
Aus 4 lw s56 .. -_ 96
Braz 6%s 26-57 _ 57%
Final bond sales $11,526,000.
TREASURY
I&S 60-755 _ 113.2
1 S 59-56 _ 101.2
2%S 65-60 _ 113.2
244S 69-64 June .. 100.26
2%S 71-66 _ 100.26
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RAILS TAKE TURN
ON RECOVERY SIDE
NEW YORK, Jan. 16.— (Jp) —A
few rails and industrial specialties
took a turn on the recovery side
of today’s stock market although
many leaders were unable to at
tract worthwhile support.
Trends steadied after an easy
opening w hen Prime Minister
Churchill warned of a prolonged
war until unconditional surrender
eventuated.
Tending to cool bullishness was
the move of the SEC to abolish
floor trading by Stock Exchange
members for their own account.
A reflection of this was the sale
of a seat on the big board for
$61,000, off $4,000 from a previous
transaction on December 4.
Total dealings for the full pro
ceedings of 1,203.860 shares com
pared with 2,013,000 the day be
fore, smallest for a full session
since December 26.
The Associated Press 60-stock
average was unchanged at 59.3. Of
911 issues appearing. 350 were
down, 347 up and 214 all even.
Bonds were spotty. Cotton ad
vanced 50 to 60 cents a bale.
Improved in the Curb were Mid
west Corp., Pantepec, Republic
Aviation, Schulte and Eversharp.
On the offside were Atlantic Coast
Line Co., Humble Oil and Creole
Petroleum. Turnover here was
338,635 shares versus 407,110 Mon
days
Conservation Board
Reviews Activities
In Semi-Annual Meet
RALEIGH, Jan. 16 —W— The
Board of Conservation and Devel
opment, ending a two-day semi
annual session here today, receiv
ed reports from various divisions,
including fisheries, forestry, fire
control and other activities coming
within the scope of the board’s
work.
R. Bruce Etheridge, board di
rector in his report, said the de
partment had fared well at the
hands of the Advisory Budget com
mission which recommended an
appropriation of $461,744 for the
first year of the biennium and $440
555 for the second year, represent
ing an increase of $101,173 over
the $360,571 for the current fiscal
year and $79,984 for the second
year.
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RICHMOND LIVESTOCK
RICHMOND, Va., Jan. 16.—(A>)—
<USDA) — Hogs: 2,300. Market
steady with Monday. 180-240-lb.
grain-fed hogs 14.10, 100-120 lbs.
10.85, 120-140 lbs. 12.70, 140-160 lbs.
IS.35, 160-180 lbs. 13.95, 240-270 lbs.
13.50, 270-300 lbs. 13.20, 300-330 lbs.
12.95. 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: Good butcher bulls are
selling 8.50-9.50, sausage bulls ac
cording to size and quality 6.00
B 00. Top dairy type cows bring
B 00-9.00, medium to good grades
6.50-8.00, common 4.50-6.00, shelly
kinds 3.50-4.00. Good and choice
vealers sell 15.00, medium brades
11.00-13.00, common 8.00-10.00.
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NEW ORLEANS SPOT
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 16.—(A1!—
Spot cotton closed steady, 50 cents
a bale higher. Sales 2,591. Low
middling 17.90, middling 21.65,
good middling 22.05. Receipts
1,532, stock 244,851.
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N. C. LIVECTOCK
RALEIGH, Jan. 16.— im— (NCDA)
—Hog markets steady with tops
at 14.30 at Clinton, 14.25 at Rocky
Mount and 14.10 at Richmond.
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