TUESDAY, APRIL 17
8:00—News with Martin Agronsky.
8:30—Blue News Correspondents Around
3:45— Rosa Rio.
9:00- The Breakfast Club with Don Mc
10:00—My True Story.
10:25—Aunt Jemima Show.
10:45—The Listening Post.
11:00—Breakfast in Hollywood — Tom
11:30—Gil Martyn. News.
11:45—Jack Berch and Boys.
12:30—Farm and Home Makers.
1 -00—Baoikhage Talking.
1:45—Johnny Thompson—Song Salesman
2:00—John B. Kennedy, News.
2:15—Ethel and Albert.
2:30—Sunny Side of the Street.
2;4j—Correspondents Around the World.
3:00—Songs by Morton Downey.
3:30—Ladies Be Seated.
4:00—Time Views the News.
4:30—Reports from Abroad.
8:00—Terry and the Pirates.
5:30—American Legion Program.
5: (3—Cancer Program.
6:00—Kieman’s News Comer.
6:30—Your Richfield Reporter.
7:15—Raymond Gram Swing.
7:30—Longines Concert Hall of the Air.
moo—Top of the Evening—Ted Malone.
8:30—The Alan Young Show.
»:00_Bretton Woods Security Program.
9:30—Victory Parade of Spotlight Bands.
9:55—Coronet Story Teller.
10:30—Archbishop Frances J. Spellman,
iiw;_orifin mrav and Orchestra.
OVER THE NETWORKS
TUESDAY, APRIL 17
Eastern War Time P.M.
Changes in programs ss listed due to
corrections by networks made too
late to incorporate.
8:45—Front Page Farrell Serial—ijbc
Wilderness Road, Serial Drama ebs
Capt. Midnight, a Sketch—blu-east
Hon Harrigan in Repeat—other blu
Tom Mix Serial Series—mbs-basic
6:00—News Report for 15 mins.—nbc.
Quincy Howe and News Time—ebs
Wr.Rer Kieman and News—blu-east
Repeat of the Terny Serial—blu-west
Chick Carter. Detective, Rep’t.—mbs
6:13—American Serenade; Sports—nbc
£dwin C. Hill in Commentary—ebs
Repeat From Dick Tracy—blu-west
Repeat Superman’s Serial—mbs-west
6;30—Ted Husing Talks on Sports—ebs
Jack Armstrong in Repeat—blu-west
Repeat House of Mystery—mbs-west
6:45—Lowell Thomas & Newscast—nbc
World News and Commentary—ebs
Pegg’- Mann & Her Song—blu-basic
C'nL Midnight in Repeat—blu-west
Repeat of Tom Mix Serial—mbs-west
7;pol_Como’s Supper Club—nbc-basic
Jack Kirkwood’s Radio Show—ebs
News. Commentary & Overseas—blu
Fulton Lewis, Jr.. Comments—mbs
7:15—War News From the World—nbc
Johnnie Johnston. Monica Lewis—ebs
Raymond Gram Swing Comment—blu
Mutual Musicale Short Concert—mbs
7;30—Lick Haymes & Show—nbc-basic
American Melodies Song Ore.—ebs
One Man’s Family, Dramatic—blu
Arthur Hale in Comment—mbs-east
Talk by M. C. Taylor (15 m.)—mbs
8:00—Ginny Simms and Guests—nbc
••Big Town,” Newspaper Drama—ebs
Te:l Malone’s Overseas Show—blu
Frank Singiser Newscast—mbs-east
8:i5—Lum and Abner Serial Skit—blu
Curt Massey’s Broadcast Time—mbs
8.TO—A Date With Judy. Drama—nbc
Theater of Romance, Dramatic—ebs
Ainu Young’s Comedy Program—blu
Rev Rogers and Cowboy Show—mbs
8;.- n—Five Minutes News Period—ebs
9:00—Mystery Theater’s Drama—nbc
June." Sanctum Mystery Drama—ebs
Donald Lame Sings a Concert—blu
G briel Heatter and Comment—mbs
9:^1—Dramas „From Real Life—mbs
9To— Fibber McGee-Molly Show—nbc
Th If Is My Best, Orson Welles—ebs
Spotlight Bands. Guest Orches.—blu
American Forum, Guest Panel—mbs
S ’ “—Five Minutes Story Teller—blu
10:3'---Bob Hope’s Comedy Show—nbc
S' vice to the Front. Dramatic—ebs
Tv ' - Atlantic Two-Way Quiz—blu
If:'" - Sydney Mosely Comment—mbs
10■ *’3— Hildegarde’s Variety Show—nbc
C'ungrgss Speaks for 15 Mins.—ebs
Ji> ny Dorsey and Orchestra—biu
Wings for Tomorrow ’ Program—mbs
Y ■/ Behind the Scenes at CBS—ebs
li TO—News for 15 Minutes—nbc-basic
The Suorer Club Repeat—nbc-west
News Variety Dance 2 hr.—ebs & blu
Newsreel; Dance Variety 2 hr.—mbs
11:15—Variety and New’s to 1 a.m.—nbc
NEW ORLEANS UUiTUn
NEW ORLEANS, April 16.—(JP)—
Cotton futures closed very steady
20 to 45 cents a bale higher.
Open High Low Close
Mav . 22.35 22.41 22.35 22.41 up 5
Jly .. 22.23 22.31 22.22 22.28 up •.
Oct .. 21.78 21.92 21.77 21.91 up 9
t)zc __ 21.71 21.83 21.69 21.83 up 9
Mch _ 21.62 21.75 21.60 21.73b up 9
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TO HONOR BRYAN
New Hanover Superior court,
which.1' opened yesterday a two
week civil session, recessed at
10:30 a. m. in tribute to the
memory of Judge E. K. Bryan,
former criminal court judge for
the Eastern division of North
Carolina, who died March 5.
The recess, asked in a resolu
tion by the New Hanover Bar
association, was completed in a
few minutes and the selection of
Judge J. Paul Frizzelle, pre
siding jurist, acknowledged the
resolution, adopt*! by a rising
vote of bar members present.
It was signed by members of the
association’s Memorial commit
tee, W. P. Campbell, John Stev
ens, and George Rountree, Jr.
The resolution follows:
“Whereas, the members of the
Bar of New Hanover County learn
ed with profound regret of the
death on March 5, 1945 of Honor
able E. K. Bryan, a member of
the New Hanover County Bar for
a period of more than fifty years;
“Whereas, Honorable E. K.
Bryan was for a period of several
years Judge of the Criminal Court
for- the Eastern Division of North
Carolina. He was an able lawyer
of wide exper*ence, a man of ex
emplary character, and he was
one of the most able lawyers in
the State of North Carolina; and
“Whereas, he served long and
well in many important capacities
in Wilmington and New Hanover
County, and gave fully of his time
and counsel to those who called
upon him as a lawyer and citizen;
“Whereas, the members of the
Bar of New Hanover County deem
it desirable and fitting that the
Superior Court now. in session re
cess at 10:30 o'clock a. m. as a
tribute to the life and memory of
Honorable E. K. Bryan; and the
Bar desires to record its sense of
loss andt opay this tribute of re
spect to the memory of their for
mer associate and friend.
“Now, therefore, be it resolved;
“1. That the members of the
Bar of New Hanover County here
by express their sincere sense of
loss in the passing of Honorable
E. K. Bryan, their 'respect and
high regard for him as a citizen
and as a distinguished lawyer and
advocate, their high regard for
him as a friend and able coun
sellor, and to record this approval
and appreciation of his worthy
and valuable services rendered
this community and fhe profes
“2. Upon request of the mem
bers of the Bar of New Hanover
County and with the consent and
approval of Judge Paul Frizzelle,
presiding, the session of the Su
perior court will be recessed on
this date at 10:30 o’clock a. m., as
a token of respect for and in mem
ory of Honorable E. K. Bryan.
“3. That this resolution be
spread upon the minutes of this
Court, copy transmitted to the
family, and copies sent to the
AT and SF 4s 95 _132
ACL 4%s 64 _ 106%
B and O 4s 48 ... 102%
Can Pac 4s Perp ...103%
C and El Inc 97 _ 68 V>
CC-W 4s 88 _ 98
CRI and P Rfg 4s 34_ 57%
Cl Ut 4%s 77 _ 106%
D and RG West 5s 55 . °%
Fla EC 5s 74 _ 68%
Hud C 5s 62A___ 82%
Hud and Man 5s 57 _ 36%
111 ent 43is 56 _ 85%
MK and T Aj 5s 667 _ 88%
Mo PG 4s 75 ... 37%
Nvr Pfp- .=>=■. 7013 043',
Nor Pac 6s 2047 ...106%
Penn P.R 4%s 65 _ 123%
Sal C 6s 45___ 62%
Sou Pac Rfg 4s 55 _106%
Sou Ry Gen 4s 56 _ 99%
West Md 4s 52 _ lOils
Aust 5s 55 _ 107
Aust 4%s 56 _ 101%
Braz 6%s 26-57 _ 65*2
Rio Gr Do Sul 6s 68_ 41%
2%s 47-45 ___ 101.1
2%s 58-56 _ 106.13
2%s 69-64 Dec_ 101.11
RICHMOND, Va., April 16.—UP)
—(WFAi—Livestock: Hogs — Mar
ket at ceiling $14.85 on good and
choice barrows and guilts. 120-330
lbs. 1,200 hogs. 100-120 lbs. 13.35.
Good sows under 350 lbs 14.10;
350-500 lbs. 14.10; over 500 lbs.
13.35. Good stags 11.85.
Cattle-steer? 15.50-16.00; good
14.50- 15.00; medium 12.00-13.50;
common 8.00-10.00. Cows 10.50
11.50; good 9.50-10.00; medium
7.50- 8.00; common 5.50-6.50; shelly
lower. Heifers 13.50-14.00; medium
8.00- 10.00; common 6.00-7.00.
Butcher bulls 9.50-10.50; medium
8.00- 8.50; common 6.00-7.50. Calves
16.50- 17.00; Good 14.50-15.50; med
ium 12.50-13.50; common 8.00-10.00.
Lambs 15.00-15.50. Sheep 5.00-6.00.
SAVANNAH, Ga., April 16.—UP)—
Turpentine 80 cents a gallon. Of
ferings 22 (50-gal. bbls.); sales, 1,
100 gallons; receipts, none; ship
ments, none; stocks 14,387 barrels.
Rosin: (100-lb. drums), oiferings
n°ne; sales, none; receipts, 19;
shipments, none; stocks, 2,118.
(Saturday's receipts and ship
N. C. POULTRY
RALEIGH, April 16. — (UP) —
(NCDA)—Egg and poultry markets
steady to firm.
Raleigh—U. S. grade A large 36;
hens, all weights, 27.
Washington—U. S. grade A large
39 1-2; |broilers and fryers 33.9.
5 First man
12 Per to birds
14 Lack of
17 Bitter vetch
18 Goddess of
32 Mean Sea
Level (abbr )
35 Female sheep
38 High seas ,
40 Jewish month
42. Fertile spots
45. Money (Hu
46 A stair
1 A pry
5 King of
8 Walks in
22 Portion of
26 Sign of
34 For fear that
41. Parasite's egg
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Stock Market Quotations
(BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Alleghany .. 3*4
A1 Chem and Dye_161
Allis Chal Mfg —. 46% :
Am Can -- 98%
Am Car Fdy _ 45%
Am Roll Mill - 18%
Am Smelt and Ref - 47
A T and T _ 163%
Am Tob B _«.. 73% !
Anaconda _ 33%
Arm 111 ..-. 8
ACL -_ 70%
Atl Ref .-.— 35 ;
Aviat Corp _ 6*4
Baldwin - 29% 1
B and O - 16*4
Barnsdall - 22%
Bendix Aviat - 53*4
Beth Stl . 76*4 1
Boeing Airpl - 18*'s .
Borden _ 36*4 ,
Budd Mfg .-. 11*4 .
Burl Mills .. 22^ ,
Bur Add Mach - 14%
Case J I _ 40_
Cat.erpil Trac - 52%
Ches and O - 50%
Chrysler - 104%
Coca Cola - 135
Coml Credit - 44*4
Coml Solv _ 17%
Com with and Sou - 1
Consol Edis - 28%
Cons Vultee - 19%
Cont Can _ ,43%
Corn Prod _ 63%
Curt Wright - t>vs
Curt Wright A - 20
Doug Aire _ 71
Dow Chem _ 136*A
Du Pont - 167
Eastman Kod_ 178
Firestone _ 62
Gen Elec - 43%
Gen Foods _,- 42%
Gen Mot _ 68%
Goodyear _ 56%
Gt Nor Ry Pf__— 52%
Int Harvest _ 82%
Int Tel and Tel _ 28%
Johns Man _ 116%
Kennecott _ 38%
Ligg and M B _ 86
Loews _ 78
Lockheed _ 21%
Lorillard _ 23%
Mont Ward _ 62
Nash Kelv . 18
Nat Biscuit _ 24%
Nat Cash Reg_ 33%
Nat Dist _ 39%
Ny Cent . 24%
No Am Aviat _ 10
Nor Pac _ 23%
Packard _ 6%
Param Pic- 29%
Penny J C - HO
Penn RR _ 37%
Pepsi Cola - 23%
Phillips Pet - 521/2
Pitt Scr and B ..— 7%
Pullman - 51%
Pure Oil - 20%
Radio _' H%
Radio K O _ 8%
Rem Rand_ 26%
Repub Stl - 2314 j
Reynolds B _ 34%
Socony Vac _ 17
Sou Pac - 44%
Sou Ry --— 42%
3td Brands _ 32
Std Oil N J..32_ 60
Stewart Warner _ 19 .
Swift _ 32%
rex Co _ 54%
Jn Carbide _ 87
Jnil Airlines _ 35%
Jnit Aircraft - 29%
Jnit Corp - 2
Jnit Drug _ 18%
Jnit Fruit _ 94%
Jnit Gas Imp _ 17%
JS Indus Chem _ 47%
JS Rubber .. 60%
JS Smelt and Ref _ 60%
JS Steel ..- 67
/anadium _ 26J.'4
7ick Chem .-.— 49
7a Caro Chem _ 4
Varner Pic _ 14%
Vest Un A_ 47%
Vest El and Mfg__136%
Voolworth _ 45 %
Final stock sales 2,500,000.
NEW YORK COTTON
NEW YORK, April 16. — (IP) -
Futures closed unchanged to 65
tents a bale higher.
Open High Low Last
May 22.38 22.44 22.38 22.41 unch ]
Jly ... 22.34 22.32 22.21 22.31 up t
Dct .. 21.82 21.95 21.76 21.95 up 3,
Dec .. 21.73 21.87 21.67 21.87 up 13
Mch . 21.61 21.78 21.59 21.78 up li
Middling spot 22.75n' unch.
N. C. LIVESTOCK
RALEIGH, April 16. — Ijf) —
fNCDA)—Hog markets steady with
tops of 14.55 at Clinton and Rocky
Mount and 14.85 at Richmond.
r, St. John’s Tavern
J 1U Orange Et.
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First City Showing
It you love a boy or
girl in uniform . . .
# then see this picture
Open JIMMY LYDON
-10:45 A.M. _jn
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"WILSON" STARTS 23rd
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SERVICE IS HELD
FOR LT. SANFORD
Hundreds of friends and ac
quaintances of the late First
Lieut. Oscar Nolan Sanford, of
Wilmington, paid final tribute to
the young officer who died of
wounds received in action in Bel
gium on January 15, at memorial
services at the Southside Baptist
church Sunday afternoon.
The services were conducted by
the Rev. J. O. Walton, pastor, and
Chaplain P. L. Davis, of Wilming
ton Post No. 10, American Legion.
“To us he was a comrade in
arms, an able and efficient lead
er, respected by those whom he
led, faithful in the performance
of his duties and long to be re
membered. Our country honors
him as a man who laid down his
life that others might continue
to enjoy its blessings,” the Rev.
Mr. Walton read in the letter
from a fellow officer of Lieut.
Sanford’s regiment to his family.
In his memorial address, the
minister dealt with the late of
ficer’s life as an upstanding young
man in the community, especially
as to his interest in his church and
the Senior Fraternity of the Bri
gade Boys’ club. He was the first
member of the Fraternity to lose
his life in the armed services.
Members of the fraternity attend
ed the services in a bodv.
The Rev. Mr. Waltqn traced
briefly the life of Lieut. Sanford,
who was born in Laurinburg, July
30, 1916, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
O. G. Sanford, of 16 Hudson drive.
Graduating from New Hanover
High school in 1934, he was first
employed at Sears Roebuck com
pany and later with the Atlantic
Coast Line Railroad company.
Later he became a member of the
staff of the Wilmington postoffice
and it was from there that he
entered the service as a Volunteer
Officer Candidate on September
18, 1942. Because of his postal
experience, he applied for the Ad
jutant General’s school but, be
cause its quota was filled, trans
ferred to the Infantry and was
graduated from OCS at Fort Ben
ning in June, 1943. He was sta
tioned at Camp Shelby before go
ing overseas in June, 1944.
He had been in action but about
a week before being fatally wound
ed on January 12. At that time
he was a member of the 329th In
fantry, 83rd Division, Ninth Army.
“We will not say Nolan died for
his country, but that he laid down
his life—yes, laid down his life
unselfishly for you and me. He
made the supreme sacrifice that
his family, as well as ourselves,
would have a better world to live
in. When we gaze upon the Gold
Star upon our service flag, we
should hold our heads up high
and strive day by day to carry
on the priciples which Nolan so
nobly stood for,” the minister read
from the Memorial resolution by
the Senior Fraternity earlier this
The services were opened with
organ music by Mrs. Adna F. Ris
ley as members of the American
Legion formed a guard of honor
at the door. The procession of
family and relatives was led by
the Rev. Mr. Walton and Chaplain
Following his address, the Rev.
Mr. Walton placed the Gold Star
on the church’s flag. It was the
fourth to go on the banner, the
others representing Lieut. Porter
Lee Hufham. Lieut. Victor Mintz
and Horace Batson, USNR.
Chaplain Davis then took charge
of the program and, following
prayer, presented the American
flag to the w’idow. Mrs. Grace Mc
Daniel Sanford, of Wilmington.
The services were concluded
with the sounding of ‘Taps” by
In addition to his parents and
widow, Lieut. Sanford is survved
by a young daughter, Lina Calder
Sanford, and a sister, Mrs. V. C.
McIntyre,- of Wilmington.
Negro Youth Apprehended
After County Farm Flight
Ezekeal McKoy, 14-vear-old Ne
gro of East Wilmington, who is
being held in the Ne’V Hanover
detention home prior to being
transferred to a State training
school for his part in the robbery
of the home of' Herman Kalfin,
Guilford avenue, last November
30, was re-arrested by sheriffs
deputies yesterday for the third
time since he was placed in the
home, it was reported yesterday.
According to deputies, the youth
had escaped from the detention
home twice previously. He was
apprehended yesterday at the home
of a friend in East Wilmington.
I, 410 Negroes Register
For Municipal Election
In a tabulation by wards of the
II, 929 registration for the primary
and general municipal elections,
H. G. Carney, chairman of the
City Election Board, announced
yesterday that .10,519 were white
registrants and 1,410 Negroes.
Of 622 names that were added
to the registration books for Wil
mington township, 253 were white
citizens and 369 were Negroes, he
The township's registration prior
to the last registration totaled 11,
(Continued from Page One)
his strong pronouncement in be
half of the San Francisco confer
ence and the establishment of or
ganized peace and security.”
Senator Johnson (R-Calif): 'I
think it was excellent.”
Senator McCarren (D-Nev): “It
was a fine speech given under
very trying circumstances.”
Cordon (R-Ore): "A clear, forc
ible and couageous statement to
the American people, inspiring
confidence and loyalty.
Morse (R-Ore): 'I find myself
in accord with the general prin
ciples of the speech given in an
hour so solemn that all should
rededicate themselves to Ameri
Representative Rankin (D
Miss): "President Truman made
a great speech,—one worthy of the
man, the subject and the occa
Rep. Randolph (D-WVa): “It
was a good message by a man
who will make a good President.”
(Eastern Standard Time)
(By IT. S. Weather Bureau)
Meteorological data for the 24 hours
ending 7:30 n.. yesterday.
1:30 am, G3; <:o‘o am, 71; 1:30 pm, 73;
7:30 pm. 73.
Maximum 79; Minimum 66; Mean 72;
1:30 am. 91; 7:20 am, 84; 1:30 pm, 79:
| 7:30 pm, 79.
Total for the 24 hours ending 7:30 pm,
Total since the first of the month,
Tides For Today
(From the Tide Tables published by
U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey)
Wilmington - 1:34a 8:55a
Masonbcro Inlet -11:38a 5:45a
Sunrise, 5:38 a.m.; Moonset, 6:45 p.m.;
Moonrise, 9:54 a.m.: Moonset, -.
Funeral services for Thomas Mc
Neil, Negro, who died last Friday,
will be held at Jordan’s funeral
home at 4 p.m. today.
307, including 10,266 white and 1,
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ITALY PUSH HELD '
THE FINAL FIGHT
(Continued from rage Onrl
the first stages of the a... ,
These peaks are a few thousa^
yards northwest of Vergato g
man bas.ien on Highway 64 abo *
17 miles southwest of Bo'ajr.
Casigno, .a village a mile east „<
Vergato. also was taken.
Allied tactical planes contin"^ 1
to give- i;ic advancing ti-oopV clrTI 5
support throughout the blar •-! |
day, but at some points vUftJfi !
was so poor the planes return'd •
their fields rather than ’
chances on hitting Allied forces *
NEW YORK. April 16-... , __
The British radio, in a broadcast
heard by FCC monitors, said n
day that a Professor Krafft,
tified as “Hitler’s personal astr-!
loger,” was captured in the R ]
CHARLOTTE. April 16 p __
Spot cotton 22.10.
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Low-Splrlt«d Met is
And Fatlgus Aro Often Symptom
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chemica'-, no minerals, no phenol de
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GASOLINE ALLEY— THE GOOD OLD DAYS I
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I COULP TAKE
| YOU BACK to
THE R4RM [fl
PONT LET HIM CET TOO I'M AFRAIP HE
USED TO CITY WATS, WON'T BE MUCH
NINA. I WANT TO HELP FOR A
MAKE A^^J^WjCOUPLE OF TEARS.
THOMAS, I CAN'T HELP M VES, MOTHER.
THINKINC HOW FORTUNATE THIS WAR HAS
WE WERE WHEN WE WERE BEEN CRUEL TO
FIRST MARRIED. WE VOUNG COUPLb
PlPN'T HAVE MUCH, BUT WE AND WE CAH PO
COULD BE TOCETHER. /- SO LITTLE V
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you BEFORE \
. LONG, MOTHER.
DR. BOBBS— By ELLIOTT and McARDLE
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