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tWMFD Wilmington 1400 KC FRIDAY, FEBRUARY * 7:30—Family Altar. 7:45—Musical Clock. 8:00—News with Martin Agronsky, 8:15—Musical Clock. *:30—Blue News Correspondents at Home and Abroad. 8:45—Rosa Rio. _ 9:00—The Breakfast Club with Don 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 Sardis—lorn Bren amen. 11:30—Gil Martyn, News. 11:45—Jack Bcrch and Boys. 12:00—Glamour Manor. 12:30—Farm and Home Makers. 1:00—Baukhagt Talking—Whites. 1:15—Musical Interlude. 1:25—News—Wilmington Star-News. 1:30—Ethel and Albert. 1:45—Blue News. 2:00—John B. Kennedy—News. 2:13—The Mystery Chef. 2:30—Ladies Lie Seated. 3:00—Songs irom Morton Downey. 3:15—Appointment with Life. 3:45—Yours Alone. 4:00—Time Views the News. 4:15—Your Gospel Light House Hour. 4:1.0—That's tor Me. 4:45—Hop Harrigan. 5:00—1Terry and the Pirates. 5:15—Dick Tracy. 5:30—Lone Ranger—Merita. 6:00— Kiernan's News Corner. 6:15—Musical Interlude. 6:25—News—Wilmington Star-News. 6:30—Ten. Two. Four Time. 6:45—Peggy Mann Sings. 7:00—Correspondents Home and Abroad. 7:15—Raymond Gram Swing. 7:30—Let’s Dance. 8:00—Stars of the Future. 8:30—Variations by Van Cleave. 9:00—Famous Jury Trials. 9:30—Victory Parade of Spotlight Bands. 9:55—Coronet Story Teller. 10:00—Clare Booth Luce. 10:15—Norman Cordon Sings. 10:30—Doctor Talks it Over. 10:45—Andrini Continentales. OVER THE NETWORKS FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9 Eastern War Time P.M. Changes in programs as listed due to corrections by networks made too late to incorporate. 5:15—Portia l acing Life, Drama — nbc Service Time. First in the Air — cbs Dick Tracy. Serial Scries - blu-basic Serial Series. Superman — mbs-basic 5-30—Just Plain Bill. Dramatic — nbc Terry Allen & the Ross Sisters - cbs The Jack Armstrong Serial - blu-east House of Mystery Scries — mbs-basic ; 5:45—Front Page Farrell Serial — nbc Wilderness Road. Serial Drama — cbs Captain Midnight, a Serial - blu-east Hop Harrigan in Repeat — other blu Tom Mix. Serial Series — mbs-basic 6:00—News Report for 15 Mins. — nbc Quincy Howe and News Time — cbs Walter Kiernan’s News Spot — blu-e. Repeat of the Terry Serial - blu-west Prayer: Comment on the War — mbs 6:15-^-America’s Serenade: Sports — nbc Lyn Murray Chorus. Orchestra — cbs Repeat of Dick Tracy Skit — blu-west Repeat Superman Serial — mbs-west 6. S -lly Moore in Songs Show — cbs Jack Armstrong in Repeat — blu-west Repeat of Superman Skit — mbs-west 6:45—Lowell Thomas & Newscast — nbc World News and Commentary — cbs Peggy Mann and Songs — blu-basic Capt. Midnight in Repeat — blu-west Repeat of Torn Mix Serial — mbs-west 7:00—Como's Supper Club — nbc-basic Jack Kirkwood's Radio Show — cb« War Correspondents in Reports — blu Fulton Lewis. Jr.. Comments — mbs 75—World War via Broadcast — nbc Dance Music for 15 Minutes — cbs Raymond Gram Swing Comment — blu Sinfonietta Concert Half Hour — mbs 7:30—Carolyn Gilbert and Songs — nbc It's Frida.- cn Broadway — cbs-basic Dancing Music Orchestra — other cbs Lone Ranger Drama of the West — blu 7:45—K. V. Kaltenborn Comment — nbc 8:00—The Paul Lavalle Concert — nbc Henry Aldrich Family Drama — cbs Stars of the Future. Musical — blu Cecil Brown News Comments — mbs 8:15—Sunny Skylar & Serenade — mbs 8:30—Duffy’s Tavern. Ed Gardner — nbc Adventures With the Thin Man — cbs Music Variations by Van Cleave — blu Freedom of Opportunity Drama — mbs 8:55—Five Minutes News Period — cbs 9:00—Abe Lyman’s Waltz Time — nbc To Be Announced (30 mins.l — blu Famous Jury Trials. Dramatic — blu For Quick Relief of SORE THROAT OR HOARSENESS DUE TO EXCESSIVE SMOKING OR SPEAKING . . defttttd OK i ^ FINANCIAL NEWS Stock Market Quotations (BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) Alleghany - 3 Vi A1 Chem and Dye _158Vi Allis Chal Mfg _ 42% Am Can _ 90% Am Car Fdy - 42 Am Roll Mill ... ..- 17% Am Smelt and Ref _ 43 A T and T _ 162% Am Tob B __ 70% Anaconda _ 31% Arm 111 _ 8% ACL ..-_ 57% All Ref . 34% Aviat Corp _ 6% Baldwin _ 27% B and 0 _ 14% Barnsdall _ 21V's Bendix Aviat - 53 Beth Stl . 70% Boeing Airpl - 19Vi Borden - 341 ■ Budd Mfg..-.— H% Burl Mills _ 45% Bur Add Mach - 15 Case J I - 40 Caterpil Trac - 50 Ches and O - °2 '« Chrysler - . 9® Coca Cola - 136 Coml Credit --— 42 Coml Solv — 17 Comwlth and Sou - 11-16 Consol Edis - 26% Cons Vultee-- 19Vs Cont Can - 41% Corn Prod ....- 61% Curt Wright - 6 Curt. Wright A - 1"% Poug Aire _ 68 Dow Chem - 126 Du Pont .. . 180 -2 Eastman Kod - 177 A Firestone - - 87/4 Gen Elec -- 39% Gen Foods - 41 Gen Mot ... 80/2 Goodrich . 59,4 Goodyear 86-4 Gt Nor Ry Pf - 48% Int Harvest —. 77% Int Tel and Tel .. 23 k Johns Mar - 109% Kennecott - 38 Ligg and Myers P _ 81 ? Loews - -- 76% Lockheed -- Lorillard _ 20% Mont Ward- 50% Nash Kelv - 17% Nat Biscuit _ 25 Nat Cash Reg .— 34* Nat Dist _ 37% Ny Cent- 23% No Am Aviat - 10 Nor Pac _ 19% Packard _ 6% Param Pic - 29% Penny J C - 110 Penn R R - 35% Pepsi Cola - 24% Phillips Pet - 47% Pitt Scr and B - 7% Pullman -_•- 49% Pure Oil _ 18% Radio - 12% Radio K O - 9% Rem Rand - 25% Repub Stl - 20% Reynolds B _ 33 Sears _ 104% Socony Vac _ 15% Sou Pac _- 41 % Sou Rv _ 37% Std Brands _ 31% Std Oil N J_ 59 Stewart Warner - 17% Swift - 34% rex Co _ 52% Un Carbide - 81% Unit Airlines _ 33% Unit Aircraft _ 30% Unit Corp - 1% United Drug - 17vs United Fruit . 91% Unit Gas Imp- 15% US Rubber_ 56% US Smelt and Ref.. 58% US Steel . 10% Vanadium - Va Caro Chem - 4% Warner Piet - 14% West Un A - ,46is West El and Mfg - 121 Woolworth _-- 42/8 Final stock sales 1.530,000. __V Bond Quotations ATSF 4s 95_ 131% ACL 4 % s 64 - 104 B and O 4s 48 - 101% Can Pac 4s Perp..- 993.i C B and Q 4%s 77 ..- 114% C and El Inc 97 _.- 63% CGW 4s 88 _ 93% CRI and P Rfg 4s 34 - 49% Cl Ut 4%s 77 _ 104_ D and RG West os 55 - 8% Hud C 5s 62A ..— 75% Hud and Man 5s 57 - 3374 11 Cent 4%s 56 - - 78% Int G N 55s 52 - 69‘b MK and T Aj 5s 67 - 84% Mo PG 4s 75 _353', NY CRfg 5s 2013 ... 92% Nor and W 4s 96. 133% Nor Pac 6s 2047 __— 1043i Penn RR 4%s 65- 124 Sal C 6s 45- 58% Sou Pac Rfg 4s 55 - 105% Sou Rv Cn 5s 94 ..127% Sou Ry Gen 4s 56_ 97 West Md 4s 52 _. - -106 FOREIGN BONDS Aust 5s 55- 101% Aust 4%s 56 - — 96^8 Braz 6%s 26-57 _-61% Final bond sales $10,060,000. TREASURY 2s 54-52 _ 101-16 2s 54-52 Dec __- 101.14 27bS 60-55 --- U3-6 2%s 69-64 Dec .. 101.14 2%s 71-66 _ 101.15 Gabriel Heatter and Comment — mbs 9:15—Dramas from Real Life — mbs 9:30—People Are Funny, a Quiz — nbc That Brewster Boy. Dramatic — cbs Spotlight Bands. Guest Orchest. — blu Double or Nothing. Quiz Show — mbs 9:55—Five Minutes Story Teller — blu 10:00—Amos-Andy Comedy Show — nbc Garry Moore & Jimmy Durante — cbs Norman Gordon Sings a Concert — blu Boxing Bout via Broadcasting — mbs 10:20—Bill Stern’s Sports Series — nbc Stage Door Canteen & Variety — cbs The Doctor Talks It Over — blu-baslc 10:45—To Be Announced (15 min.i — nbc A String Ensemble for 15 min. — blu 11:00—News for 15 Minutes — nbc-basic The Supper Club Repeat — other nbc News. Variety, Dance 2 h.—cbs & blu Newsreel; Dance Orch. (3 hr. i — mbs 11:15—Variety and News to 1 ajn. — nbc RICHMOND LIVESTOCK RICHMOND. Va., Feb. 8.—(TP) (USDA) — Hogs: 1,000. Market] steady with Wednesday. 180-240 lb. hogs 14.55: 100-120 lbs. 11.30: 120 140 lbs. 13.15; 140-160 lbs. 13.30; 160-180 lbs. 14.40; 240-270 lbs. 13.95; 270-300 lbs 13.65: 300-330 lbs. 13.40. weights 330 lbs up 13.15. Good sows under 350 lbs. 12.80; 350-500 lbs. 12.30; over 500 lbs. 11.55. Good stags 8.55. Cattle: receipts light. Good steers 14.50- 15.00; medium 12.00-13.50; common 8.00-10.00. Good dairy type cows 9:50-10.00; medium 7.00-8.00; common 5.00-6.00: shelly kinds 3.50- 4.00. Good butcher bulls 9.50 10.50: medium 8.00-8.50; light com mon kinds 6.00-6.50. Good to choice lambs 14.50-15.00. quotable but none on sale. Good sheep 5.00-6.00. -V NAVAL STORES SAVANNAH, Ga„ Feb. 8.— (TP)— Turpentine 81 cents a gallon; of ferings, none; sales, none; receipts, none: shipments, 613 barrels; stocks. 23.403 barrels. Rosin: < 100-lb. drums), offerings, none; sales, none; receipts, 30; shipments, 310: stocks, 9,464. 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 YORK COTTON NEW YORK, Feb. 8. — (TP) — Cotton futures closed 50 to 75 cents a bale lower. Open High Low Last M'h . 21.88 21.90 21.75 21.79 off 11 M'y _ 21.72 21.75 21.58 21.64 off 10 Jly „ 21.34 21.38 21.19 21.25 off 13 Oct . 20.69 20.73 20.52 20.57 off 15 Dec _ 20.61 20.62 20.45 20.48n off 15 Middling spot 22.09n off 12. n—Nominal. -—V NEW ORLEANS COTTON NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 3—fTP)— Cotton closed steady 30 to 65 cents a bale lower. Open High Low Close M’h _ 21.84 21.84 21.71 21.74b off 8 M’y . 21.75 21.75 21.59 21.68 off 6 Jly . 21.35 21.39 21.20 21.26 off 12 Oct . 20.73 20.73 20.52 20.61 off 10 Dec 20.65 20.65 20.44 20.52 off 13 b—Bid. RUSSIANS STALL STOCK EXCHANGE NEW YORK, Feb. 8.—UP)—Com modities ^weakened and the stock market stalled today as the Rus sians virtually entered Berlin and the nearing of victory in Europe tended to chill speculative enthus iasm. In addition to thoughts of a quick ending of the German war, with economic adjustments a prob ability, accounts were trimmed on the idea seven consecutive rising sessions to 7-year highs entitled the list to a technical correstion. Dealings tapered at intervals but sizeable blocks of low-priced issues put volume for the full pro ceedings of approximately 1,530 000 shares compared with 1,499. 470 the day before. The Associated Press 60-stock average was oil .1 of a point at 60, first recession since January 30. Bonds were narrow. Cotton was down 50 to 75 cents a bale. Humble Oil and Creole Petrol eum were up 1 1-4 each in the Curb. Small plus marks were at tached to St. Regis Paper, Ameri can Superpower and Pioneer Gold. Turnover here was 542,440 shares versus 443.680 yesterday. -V Wrightsville Reports Indicate Financial Condition Excellent Indicating the “good financial condition’’ of Wrightsville Beach, receipts for the first seven months of the fiscal year ending January 31 were $60,250.21 as against a 12 month budget of $83,637 46, Town Clerk R L. Benson reported yes terday. Net expenditures for the seven month period have been $46,933.55. leaving an unexpended amount of cash balance as of February 1 was $47,286.69. All bond principal and interest on the annual appropriation of $10,890 for debt service has been paid, with the exception of an in terest item of $2,500 due April 1. Tax collections on the 1944 levy of $31,774.62 amounted to $26,552.20 at the end of last month. -V Wessell Is Re-elected Deputy Health Officer Dr. John C. Wessell, Sr., has been re-elected deputy health offi cer. without pay. by the Consoli dated Board of Health, Dr. A. H. Elliot, city-county nealth officer, announced yesterday. His duties primarily consist of observing and advising Dr. Elliot on the health conditions at the beaches. He also acts as medical advisor in the cases of indigent tubercular patients. -V N. C. POULTRY RALEIGH, Feb. 8.—i.dh—(NCDAi — Eggs and poultry markets steady. Raleigh.—US Grade A large 39: hens, all weights, 25 1-2. Washington.—Not available at release time. NEW ORLEANS SPOT NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 8.—(.Pi Spot cotton closed steady 50 cents a bale lower today. Sales 1.046. Low middling 1 ?.45, middling 21.20. good middling 21.60, receipts 600. stock 255.210. -V— N. C. LIVESTOCK RALEIGH, Feb. 8.—(5>)—(NCDAI —Hog markets steady with tops at 14.45 at Clinton and Rocky Mourt. CHARLOTTE SPOT CHARLOTTE. Feb. 8. — (P) — Spot cotton 21.00. FORD MOTOR COMPANY PRESENTS TONIGHT! 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