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I RADIO
I a WMFD WiimingtM
I 9 1400 KC
9 ^ ikidav, MARCH 30
1 ^rCfc».AC?~K'’ 8
m With Martin Agronsky
9 HW'Scal Clock”
• S:!-— ' ', o'.pondents Home and
■ ‘Abroad
9 fC-5^8 B;-< akfast Club with Don
I yv^True Story
9 Jfg^wnt ^mim“ Sh0W
„ -i pi's Dance
9 The Listening Post
il : : ',V,, s' 111 Hollywood with Tom
^ Rrenanien
■ ,n r Marten, News
9 jiSljack’ Bcrch and Boy.
I *£$5 wd’Hume Makers
I WhlteS‘
M Id^v-ws—Wilmington Star-New..
9 'iSfjMel and Albert.
fl j£jolui B. Kennedy-New..
■ ,'p Tht Mystery Chet.
9 'In 1 ad'es tic Seated.
9 Tom Morton Downey.
9 ’^Appointment with Life.
I 1:J!tSmeS shews*' the News.
■ your Gospel Light Horn* Hour.
■ ^Report from Abroad.
9 .ij-HoP Harrigan.
fl !'„r?errv and the Pirate*.
■ j.,;—Dick Tracy.
■ IZ.LOM Hanger-Merit*.
9 : rjcernan's News Corner.
9 v-jui-al Interlude.
■ ' y^.,—Wilmington Star-Newt
B fi-iiCien Two. Four Time.
B E’iLpeggv Mann Sings.
B -.QQ_c-ri:r-' r odents Home and Abroad.
B ;’i5—Raymond Gram Swing,
fl Let’s Dance.
B oyd—Stars of the Future.
9 sisd-Aimy Nurses.
9 end—Famous Jury Trials.
9 -fu-V' -or Parade of Spotlight Bands.
9 :5j_Coron(.‘ Story Teller.
9 k'-OO—Tangee Varieties.
9 in 3»—Doctor Talks it Jver.
■ jo:45—Andrini Continemales.
OVER THE NETWORKS
FRIDAY, MARCH 30
Eastern War Time P.M.
rhir.Ees in programs as listed du« to
corrections by networks made too
[ate to incorporate.
s-15_Portia Facing Life, Drama — nbc
^Service Time, First in the Air — cbs
Dick Tracy, Serial Series — blu-basic
Serial Series, Superman — mbs-basic
5-\wJust Plain Bill, Dramatic — nbc
i'.rry Allen & the Ross Sisters — cbs
The Jack Armstrong Serial — blu-east
House of Mysterj Series — mbs-basic
5:43—Front Page Farrell Serial — nbc
Wilderness Road, Serial Drama — cbs
Captain Midnight, a Serial — blu-east
Hop Harrigan in ’ epeat — 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
Chick Carter, Detective repeat — mbs
?:15— America’s Serenade; Sports — nbc
Lyn Murray Chorus. Orchestra — cbs
Repeat of Dick Tracy Skit — blu-west
Repeat Superman Serial — mbs-west
6:30-Sally Moore m 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 Tom Mix Serial — mbs-west
7:00— Como’s Supper Club — nbc-basic
Jack Kirkwood’s Radio Show — cbs
War Correspondents in Reports — blu
Fulton Lewis, Jr., Comments — mbs
7:15—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 Friday on Broadway — cbs-basic
Darning Music Orchestra — other cbs
Lone Ranger Drama of the West — blu
7:45—H. V. Kaitenborn 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— Curt Massey’s Broadcast — mbs
8:30—Duffy’s Tavern, Ed Gardner — nbc
Adventures With the Thin Man — cbs
To Be Announced (30 mins.) — blu
Freedom of Opportunity Drama — mbs
8:55—Five Minutes News Period — cbs
9:00—Abe Lyman's Waltz Time — nbc
It Pays to be gnorant Quiz — cbs
Famous Jury Trials, Dramatic — blu
Gabriel Heatter and Comment — mbs
9:15—Dramas from Real Life —
9:30—People Are Funny, a Qu.1* —
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
Sammy Kaye Friday Varieties — blu
Boxing Bout via Broadcasting — mbs
t0-30—Bill Stem’s Sports Senes — nbc
Stage Door Canteen & Variety — cbs
The Doctor Talks It Over — blu-basic
10:45_To Be Announced (15 min.l — nbc
To Be Announced (15 mins.) — blu
11-00—Ifews tor 15 Minutes — nbc-basic
The Supper Club Repeat — other nbc
News, Variety, Dance 2 h.—cbs & blu
Newsreel; Dance Orch. (3 hr.) — mbs
11:15—Variety and News to 1 ajn. — nb»
Watch Out tor the
Branchial After
Effects of a Cold
Too Important To Neglect
^Vhen nothing seems to do that irri
tating bothersome cought any good just
80 to Brooklyn Pharmacy. Futrelle’s
Pharmacy, Lane’s Market Street Phar
Jpscy or any good drug store and get a
Dottle of good old Bron-chu-line Emul
sion.
Take it as ut.-ected and notice how
easily i\ takes hold—gives you relief
helps you get a restful night’s
sleep.
Often one-half bottle is enough and
rou are better before you know it.
-lit very first does takes right hold,
loosening phlegm, soothing end quiet
ing irritation. So get a bottle of Bron
chu-line Emulsion today and get relief
quick as you can. Money back if
dissatisfied in any way.
Brooklyn Fharmacy-Futrelle’s
Pharmacy-Lane's Market Street
Pharmacy.
jirbor that Constipation can
tnck* easy problems look hard I
Constipation can undermine energy
»nd confidence. Take Nature’s
Remedy (NR Tablets). Contains no
chemicals, no minerals, no phenol de
rivatives. NR Ta blets are different—
cct different. Purely vegetable — a
combina tion of 10 vegetable ingredi
ents formulated over 50 years ago.
ucRoated or candy coated, their
•ction is dependable, thorough, yet
Rent le, as millions of NR’s have
proved. Get a 25jS Convincer Box.
Caution: Take only as directed.
NR TONIGHT; TOMORROW At RIGHT
All.VECETADIE IAYATIVF
fONEWORD SUGGESTION
for acid indigestion
I * 1NANCIAL NEWS
Stock Market Quotations
(BT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Allis Chal MfV".
Am Can ■.
Am Car Fdy ...
Am Roll Mill ...""..
Am Smelt and Ref
Am Tob b ..::— 13i%
Anaconda _
Arm 111 _I
ACL ........ -
au Ref_. „
Aviat Corp _...
Baldwin _ „/?
b and o..:::::.
Barnsdall _ ' any
Bendix Aviat _ fail
Beth su_::::.
Boeing Airpl _ 1Qu
Borden _
Budd Mfg __
Burl Mills .. 2iy
Bur Add Mach ..._ uv
Cannon Mills . ' =,
Case J I .C..II. §7%
Caterpil Trac_I 50
Ches and O _~~ 40
Chrysler __ &fiVA
Coca Cola ......._ 130
Coml Credit_411/
Com] Solv _ 16%
omwlth and Sou _ 11-16
Cons Edis . 26
Cons Vultee_ 10%
Cont Can _ 3934
Corn Prod ..H””” 62%
Curt Wright _ 5ii
Curt Wright A..Ill”” 1934
Doug Aire _ ’ 69%
Dow Chem .II.IIIII 134
Du Pont _ 157%
Eastman Kod__175%
Firestone _55
Gen Elec _ 40%
Gen Foods __ 41
Gen Mot_ 64
Goodrich .. 56y4
Goodyear ...- 51%
Gt Nor Ry Pf .. 473/4
Int Harvest ___ 76
Int Tel and Tel_ 26%
Johns Man _107
Kennecott _ 37
Ligg and M B_I 82
Loews - 21%
Lockheed _ 77%
Lorillard _ 21
Mont Ward .i_:___ 52%
Nash Kelv _ 163/4
Nat Bis _ 23%
Nat Cash Reg _ 32%
Nat Dist --- 38 Vs
Ny Cent - 22%
No Am Aviat _ 10
Nor Pac.. 21%
Packard _ 6 Vs
Param Pic _ 28%
Penny J C _109
Penn RR _109
Penn RR __ 35
Pepsi Cola _ 22%
Phillips Pet _ 49%
Pitt S and B . 7
Puliman _ 50
Pure Oil __■_ 19%
Radio _ 10%
Radio K O _ 8%
Rem Rand _ 23%
Repub Stl_ 21%.
Reynolds B _ 32 %
Sears .. 102%
Socony Vac _ 15%
Sou Pac ...-.,_ 40%
Sou Ry - 38%
Std Brands _:_ 30%
Std Oil N J . 57%
Stewart Warner _ 17%
Swift ...:. 31%
Tex Co .. 14%
Un Carb _ 83%
Unit Airlines _ 34%
Unit Corp _ 1%
Unit Aircraft _ 28%
Unit Drug _ 16%
Unit Fruit _ 92%
Unit Gas Imp... 166%
US Indus Chem _ 47
US Rubber _ 54%
US Smelt and Ref_ 59%
US Steel .. 62%
Vanadium _....... 24
Va Caro Chem.^._...- 4
Warner Pic _-_ 13%
West Un A _ 45’/s
West El and Mfg _124
Woolworth _ 43%
Final stock sales 660,000.
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BondQuotations
DOMESTIC
ATSF 4s 95 -131%
ACL 4%s 64 - 107%
B and O 4s 48 _103
Can Pac 4s Perp _102%
CB and Q 4%s 77 _115'
C and El Inc 96__ 72%
CRI and P Rfg 4s 34_ 51%
Cl Ut 4%s 77 _106
D and RG West 5s 55_ 10%
Fla EC 5s 74 _ 67%
Hud C 5s 62A_ 76
Hud and Man 5s 57 ..._ a5%
111 Cent 4%s 56 _ 63
Int G N 6s 52 _ 72%
MK and T Aj 5s 667 . 89%
Mo PG 4s 75___ 343/8
Nyc Rfg 5s 2013 _ 92 Vi
Nor and W 4s 96_135%
Nor Pac 6s6 2047 ... IO6V4
Penn RR 4%s 60_122%
Sal C 6s 45 _ 62%
Sou Pac Rfg 4s 55 _ 106%
Sou Ry Gen 4s 56_ 98
FOREIGN BONDS
Aust as 55 _ 106
Aust 4%s 56 . 101
Braz 6Vis 26-57 _„_ 62
Final bond sales $5,360,000.
TREASURY
2s 54-52 4 102.4-.5
2s 54-52 Dec 2 odd 102.4
2Vis 6762 10 102.7 up .5
2%s 6964 June 2 101.11
2Vis 70-65 9 101.11 101.9 101.11 up .2
2Vis 71-66 2 101.12 101.9 101.12
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RICHMOND LIVESTOCK
RICHMOND, Va„ March 29.—
(IP)—Hogs: 1356. Market at ceiling
$14.85, on good and choice bar
rows and gilts 120-330 lbs. grading
hard under Federal carcass in
spection. 100-120 lbs. 13.35. Good
sows under 350 lbsi 14.10; 350-500
lbs. 14.10; over 500 lbs 13.35. Good
stags 11.85. Under Federal car
cass inspection hogs grading soft
are discounted 75 cents per hun
dred and those grading oily $1.50
per hundred.
Cattle:: choice steers lb.50-lb.00;
good 14.50-15.00; medium 12.00
13.50; common 8.00-10.00. Good
beef type cows 10.50-11.50; good
dairy type 9.50-10.00; medium
7.50- 8.00; common 5.50-6.50; shelly
kinds lower. Good beef type heif
ers 13.50-14.00; medium 8.00-10.00;
common 6.00-7.00. Good butcher
bulls 9.50-10.50; medium 8.00-8.50;
light common kinds 6.00-7.50.
Choice calves 16.50-17.00; good
14.50- 15.50: medium grades 12.50
13.50; common 8.00-10.00. Good
sheep 5.00-6.00.
-—V
NEW ORLEANS COTTON
NEW ORLEANS March 29.—(JP)
—Cotton closed steady 5 to 10 cents
a bale higher.
Open High Low Close
May 22.01 22.03 22.00 22.02 up 2
Jly 21.75 21.75 21.73 21.75 up 2
Oct 21.23 21.25 21.20 21.24 up 2
Dec 21.15 21.15 21.15 21.13b up 1
Mch 20.01b 21.03b up 1
b—Bid.
—__—V
NEW YORK COTTON
NEW YORK, March 29. — (A>) —
Cotton futures closed unchanged to
5 cents a bale lower.
Open High Low Last
May 22.06 22.06 22.02 22.03 off 1
Jly 21.78 21.79 21.74 21.75 unch
Oct 21.25 21.27 21.20 21.23 off 1
Dec 21.12 21.15 21.08 21.12 unch
Mch 21.02 21.04 21.00 21.01b off 1
Middling spot 22.38n off 1.
n—Nominal;b—Bid.__
NAVAL STORES
SAVANNAH, Ga., March 29.—W
—Turpentine, 79 1-2 cents a gal
lon: offerings, none; sales, none;
receipts, 8 barrels; shipments, 343
barrels; stocks, 16,108 barrels.
Rosin: (100-lb. drums), offer
ings, none; sales, none; receipts
11; shipments 275; stocks 2,112.
Quote: 8, 5.05; D, 5.12; E, 5.65;
F, 5.75; G, 5.79; H, 5.81: I, <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, March 29.—(J)
—Spot cotton closed, steady and
unchanged. Sales 612, low middling
17.75, middling 21.50, good mid
dling 21.90, receipts 4,552, stock
260,931,
180—Legal
(Continued from Page Ten)
R. W. Jorddn, husband of Mary Tate
Jordan; Katherine McNeal; Charles Tate
and wife, if any; James Tate and wife,
if any; Oliver Tate and wife, Estelle
Tate; and the following persons and their
respective spouses, if living; if dead,
their surviving spouses, unknown heirs,
personal representatives, creditors, suc
cessors and or assigns, if any, whose
names and addresse are not known:
John K. Brown, Attorney in Fact; Louisa
Tate Davis; Mary Tate Jordan; Virginia
Tate McNeal and husband. James Mc
Neal; Fanny Tate and husband, Charles
Tate; Barzilla G. Worth, and W. E.
Worth, Defendants, and all other per
sons claiming any right, title, interest,
lien, easement, or other interest whatso
ever in the lands hereinafter described,
will take notice that an action or pro
ceeding entitled as above has been
commenceed in the District Court of the
United States for the Eastern District of
North Carolina, at Wilmington, North
Carolina, for the condemnation of cer
tain, lands for use in connection with the
expansion of Bluethenthal Bomber Com
mand Station, Wilmington, North Caro
lina, and for the purpose of excluding
all parties other than the Government
from any actual or contingent interest
in said lands, to*wit: "Tract No. 73: All
that tract or parcel of land lying and
being in Cape Fear Township, New Han
over County, North Carolina, being a
part of the Government Access Road
by-pass, boundel on the Northeast by
other lands of Fanny Tate Estate, on the
South and West by Lillie Maye Wood
bury and being more particularly de
scribed j's follows: Beginning at a point
«K the Northern margin of Government
Access Road by-pass right-of-way said
point being where Little Acorn Branch
crosses said right-of-way; thence along
Little Acorn S 45 degrees 00’ E 198.0
feet; thence continuing along said branch
N 84 degrees 00’ E 150 feet to the North
ern right-of-way margin of Govern
ment Access Road by-pass; thence with
same N 70 degrees, W 60 feet to point
of curve; thence with inside arc of a 4
degree 00* curve to the right in a North
westerly direction 255.0 feet to the be
ginning; being substantially a part of
the same land conveyed in Deed from
Bun Bryant, et ux, to Fanny Tate, re
corded in Deed Book 1, Page 4, in Of
fice of Register of Deeds, New Hanovei
County, North Carolina, containing .24
of an acre, more or less." And the said
defendants and all other parties claiming
an interest in said lands of any kind
| whatsoever will further take notice that
they are required to appear and file
answer or demur to the petitions filed
herein before the Clerk of the United
States District Court at Wilmington,
North Carolina, on or before the 14th
day of April, 1945, or within twenty (20)
days thereafter, or the relief prayed
for will be granted.
This 14th day of March. 1945.
MADELYN D. DIXON, Clerk
United States District Court
By WILLIAM C. SHAW
Deputy Clerk
Having qualified as administratrix of
the estate of Julian W. Morton, deceased,
notice is hereby given all parties having
claims against said estate to file them
with the undersigned at the office of
Harris Newman. Attorney, Murchison
Building, Wilmington, N. C., on or be
fore March 13, 1946, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of recovery.
Parties indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment.
This 13th day of March, 1945.
AGNES MacRAE MORTON. Ad
ministratrix of the estate of
Julian W. Morton.
RE-SALE OF REAL ESTATE
Whereas on the 19th day of March,
1945, the undersigned Commissioner, ap
pointed in the proceeding pending in
the Superior Court of New Hanover
County, wherein the City of Wilmington
and others were Plaintiffs, and Rosa
James was Defendant, did sell, at the
Court House door of the New Hanover
County, the lot of land hereinafter de
scribed, for the sum of Three Hundred
Dollars ($300.00) and whereas there
has been deposited with the Clerk of
Superior Court, of the county aforesaid,
and increased bid, and the Clerk of
Superior Court, under the provision
of the law, has ordered and directed
the undersigned to re-sell said tract
of land, now therefore, the undersigned
will on Saturday, April 7th, 1945, at
twelve o'clock noon, sell, at public
auction, for cash to the highest bidder
that certain tract of land situate in
the City of Wilmington, North Carolina,
and bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a point in the western
line of Sixth Street, sixty six feet south
from its intersection with the southern
line of Queen Street and running thence
southwardly along said line of Sixth
Street, sixty six feet, thence westwardly
and parallel with Queen Street, one
hundred sixty five feet, thence north
wardly, parallel with Sixth Street, sixty
six feet and thence eastwardly, parallel
with Queen Street, one hundred sixty
five feet to the beginning, the same
being the eastern one half of Lot 2 in
Block 63 according to the official plan
of said City.
The bidding will start at Three Hun
dr-H THriy Dollars ($330.00).
This March 22nd, 1945.
MARSDEN BELLAMY,
Commissioner
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