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RADIO
tWMFD WfaiiaftM
1480 KC
WEDNESDAY. JUNE VI '
•; in—Musics! Clock
g'oo-News with Martin- Agonsky —
Pender Furniture Co.
g,15_Musical Clock.
g-30 — Correspondents Around me
World.
g;96^The Breakfast Club with Don
McNeil.
in;00—My True Story.
■•C ;25—Chuckles in the New*.
l'i;30—Let's Dance.
10 :45—The Listening Post. ^
11:00—Breakfast in Hollywood ToTm
Brenamen.
11:30—Walter Herhily New*.
11:45—Ted Malone.
12:00—Glamour Manor.
17 -30_Farm an! Home Maker!. •
1 00—Baukhagc Talking “White I.
1:15—Musical Interlude. •
1:23—News—Wilmington Star-Newf*
1:30—Chicago Varieties.
2:00—John B. Kennedy—News.
2 -13—- Ethel and Albert.
2:."0—The Fitzgeralds.
* :00—Songs by Morton Downey.
3:15—Voice of the Army.. .
3 to—Ladies Be Seated
4 CC—Time Views the News.
4:15—Jack Berth and Boys.
4 50— Reports from Abroad,
4:45—Hop Harrigan.
5:00_Terry' and the Pirates,
3:15—D.ck Tracy.
«i TO—Lone Ranger—Merita
6:00—Kiernan's News Cnmpi:
6:15—Orange Crush Serenad/rs.
6:20—Musical Interlude.
6:05—News—Wilmington Star-News. *—
6:30—Ten, Two, Four Time.
6-45_Treasury Salute.
7 :oo—Headline Editions.
7:15—Raym.ondgfram Swing—Tidewater.
7:30—Your .Ton‘Reporter.
7 To—Let's Dance.
8:00—Tomorrow News.
8:15—Johnny Comes Marching Home.
8:30—Counterspy.
9:00—To Be Announced.
0:30—Jones and I.
9:55—Coronet Story Teller. t
10:00—Tile Fighting A.A.F.
30:300—To Be Announced.
31:00—United Press News.
OVER THE NETWORKS
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20
Eastern War Time P. M.
Changes in programs as listed are due
to corrections by networks made
too late to incorporate.
5.45—Front. Page Farrell Serial—NBC
Sparrow and The Hawk Serial—CBS
Capt. Midnight, a Serial—ABC-basic
Hop Harrigan in Reneat—other ABC
Tim Mix Cowboy Serial—MBS-basic
6;30—News' Report for 15 Mins.—NBC
Quincy Howe and News Time—CBS
Walter Kieman and News—ABC-east
Repeat of the ’Terry Serial—ABC-west
8:15—America's Serenade: Sports—NBC
.Timmy Carroll Sings. Orchestra—CBS
Repeat From Dick Tracy—ABC-west
Repeat Superman Serial—MBS-west
6:30—Sally Moore Song Concert—CBS
Jack Ann strong in Repeat—ABC-west
Repeat House of Mystery—MBS-west
6:45—Lowell Thomas & newscast—NBC
World News and Commentary—CBS
Charlie Chan’s Adventures-rABC-basic
Capt. Midnight in Repeat—ABC-west
Repeat of Tom Mix Serial—MBS-^est
7:00—Como’s Supper club—NBC-basic
Jack Kirkwood’s Radio Show—CBS
News. Commentary & Overseas—ABC
Fulton Lewis. Jr.. Comments—MBS
7:15—News & Comment of World—NBC
Harry Prime & Monica Lewis—CBS
Raymond Swing and Comment—ABC
Listen to the Waves in Songs—MBS
7:30—Music _pf Three Suns Trio—NBC
Ellery Queen, a Detective—CBS-basic
Dancing Music Orchestra—other CBS
Lone Ranger's Drama of West- -ABC
To Ee Announced (15 Mins.)—MBS
7:45—Kallenbom and Comment—NBC
J>Rnce Orchestra for 15 Mins.—MBS
8:00—Mr. and Mrs. North. Drama—NBC
The Saint., a Detective Series—CBS
To Be Announced (15 Mins)—ABC
Cecil Brown News Comments—MBS
8 15—Lum and Abner Serial Skit—ABC
Curt Massey Broadcast Time—MBS
8:30—Billie Burke Comedy Show—NBC
Jean Hersholt and Dr. Christian—CJBS
Counter Spy. Drama of the War—ABC
Bert Wheeler & Barney Grant—MBS
8:3 5—Five Minutes Nev;s Period—CBS
9:00—Eddie Cantor and Variety—NBC
Ray Noble Orches. and Guests—CBS
The Road Ahead, For Veterans—ABC
Gabriel Heatler and Comment—MBS
9-15_Real Life Stories, Drama—MBS
9:30—District Attorney, Drama—NBC
Detect and Collect’. Quiz Series—CBS
To Be Announced (25 Mins.)—ABC
Brownstcne Theater. Old Plays—MBS
9:35—Five Minutes Story Teller—ABC
10:-Kay Kyser, Music 8; Quiz—NBC
Great Moments in Music. Cone.—CBS
To Be Announced <30 Mins.)—ABC
Human Adventure in Science—MBS
10:30—Milton Berle Comedy Show—CBS
To Be Announced (30 Mins.)—’ABC
Between Us Girls. Roundtable—MBS
12 oo—News for 45 Minutes—NBC-basic
The Supper Club Repeat—other NBC
News. Variety, Dance 2 hr.—CBS-ABC
Newsreel, Dance Orches., 2 hr.—MBS
11; 15—Variety and News to 1 a.m.—NBC
X. C. POULTRY
RALEIGH, June 19. — (£>) —
(NCDA)—Egg and poultry mar
kets steady to vary firm.
Raleigh—U. S. grade AA large
44; hens, all weights, 27 1-2.
Washington—U. J5. grade A large
44; broilers and fryers 32.3 to
33.1.
ITed
M lone
11:45 A. M.
fiv* day* « w*#k
Manday lhroaf»i Friday
STATION WMFD
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FINANCIAL NEWS
-
Stock Market Quotations
(BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)
NEW YORK, June 19.— (JPl—
Final stocks: ... ... ... — -----
Alleghany -1- 4
Al Chem & Dye ..158
A ills Chal Mfg —.47‘*
Am Can ..9"lf
Am Car Fay -48 l-r
Am Roll Mill -.- 201s
Am Smelt & Ref ..50 Vi
AT & T .-.172*54.
Am Tob B - 7841
Ar.aconda ----35 ^
ACL ..- 75 Vi
Atl Ref -.— 22/4
Aviat Corp -- 8Vi
Baldwin _’=.28 M
Aviat Corp - 8Ji
Baldwin _285s
B & O .—.-• 25Vi'
Barnsdall --,---22H
Bendix Aviat -*■-53 'V
Beth Stl ___79 Vi
Boeing AirT>l ---2544
Borden -39
Budd Ml? -. W
Burl Mills __-.— 24 Vi
Bur Add Mach _ - 1644
Cannon Mills -531
Case J I —- 41V:
Caterpil Trac -68
Ches & O.— —.— 52Vi
Chrysler _ -H4}i
Coml Credit -45Ts
Coml *Solv .. 17Vi
Comwlth & Sou- l1-'
Consol Edis ----31
Cons Vultee - 24 V*
Cont Can -46’-*
Corn Prod _67
Curt Wright....'- 6%
Curt Wright A -2lv4
Doug Aire ---9»
Dupont _165
Eastman Kod -= 178
Firestone ..-.62 a
Gen Elec .
Gen Foods -46**
Gen Mot -. 680/4
Goodrich -60
Goodyear --- 54^
Gt Nor Ry PF.534
Int Harvest .874
Int Tel Sc Tel. 284
Johns Man _1264
Kennecott _394
& M- B .
Lockheel _264
Lorilla,rd _ 24j/i
Mont Ward _624
Nash Kelv _ 204
Nat Biscuit ___25
Nat Cash Reg ___36
Nat Dist 1_414
NY Cent .__30
No Am Avi _llVs
•Nor Pac _324
Packard _ 64
Param Pic _ 334
Penney J C -.1194
Fenn RR _394
Pepsi Cola _ 22‘g
Phillips Pet _504
Pett S & B . 84
Pullman _ 534
Pure Oil ..-.19*
Radio _ 134
Radio KO _ 84
Rem Rand _264
Repub Stl .... 244
Reynolds B ..__.344
Sears __1194
Socony Vac _ 164
Sou Pac _51
Sou Ry' ___471*
Std Brands _354
Std Oil NJ ___63
Stewart War _204
Swift _34
Tex Co .._.1_53
Un Carbide _894
Unit Airlines _334
Unit Aircraft _ 294
Unit Corp _ 2'g
Unit Drug _ 19 Ya
Unit Fruit ...102
Unit Gas Imp _ 16’,i
US Indsu Chem _ 494
US Rubber _ 58’*
US Smelt * Ref ..70
US Steel _ 694
Vick Ch8in _49
Va Caro Chem _ 64
Warner Pic _ 164
West Un A _46 4
Woolworth _48
Final stock sales, 1.560.000.
Bond Quotations
B & O 4s 48 .— 99 W i
C t O 'is 92 .- 104:d '
CB & Q 4%s 77 .. 104s*
Cl lit 4Vis 77 . 104m i
Ilud C as 62A - 87 __ i
Hud Man as 57 - 42:s 1
111 Cent 4=.js 56 - 94*4 i
Int GN 6s 52. al3- l
SAL C 6s 45_ 1057-. ’
Sou R1 CN 5s 94_ 105*'? ’
TREASURY
23is 51-48 __- 105.1? ■
2s 51-49 Dec. .. 103.
2'is 69-64 June ---- 102.2
Final bond sales, $7,670,000.
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RICHMOND LIVESTOCK
RICHMOND, Va.. June 19.—(Ah
— (USDA1—Hogs: 231. Market at
ceiling $14.85 (flat' on good and;
choice barrows and gilts 120-330
lbs. up 100-120 lbs. 13.35. Good ]
sows unrer 350 lbs. 14.10; 350-500 ^
lbs. 14.10; weights over 500 lbs. j
14.10. Good stags 14.10. t ^
Cattle: choice steers 16.00-16.50; ^
good 15.00-15.50: medium 12.00- ,
13.50; dommon 8.CD-10.00. Good
beef type cows 10.50-11.50: good
dairy type 9.50 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: 7
common 6.00-7.00. Good butcher '
bulls 10.00-10.50; medium 8.00- S
9.50; light common kinds 6.50
7.50. Choice calves 16.00; good f
14.50- 15.50; medium 12.50-13.50: I
common 8.00-10.00. Good to choice
lambs 15.50-16.00. Good sheep 5.00- :
7.00. 1
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NEW YORK COTTON
NEW YORK, June 19.—f/P.r—Cot
ton prices futures close 45 to 65
cents a bale lower.
Open High Low Last
July 23.00 23.01 22.95 22.94 off 9
Oct. 22.87 22.88 22.76 22 77 off 6
Dee. 22.81 22.84 22.72 22.72n off6
Mch 22.78 22.78 22.66 22.6un off 10
May 22.76 22.77 22.62 22.61n off 13
Middling spot 23.89n. off 9. 7i
n—Nominal. Vi Vi Vi
.Ntw ORLEANS COTTON
NEW ORLEANS. June 19.—(TPi—i
Cotton futures closing prices wer:j
barely steady, 40 to 50 cents a ]
bale lower.
ODen Kigli Low Close
July 23.00 23.01 22.95 22 93b off 10
Oct. 22.90 22.96 22.76 22.76 off 8
Dec. 22.86 22.86 22.74 22.72b off 10
Mch. 22.80 22.80 22.68 22.68 off 8
May 22.77 22.77 22.63 22.63 off 10
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NAVAL STORES
SAVANNAH. Ga„ June 19.——
Turpentine 79 1-4 cents a gallon;
offerings none; sales none; receipts
163 barrels; shipments 70 barrels:
stocks 6.356 barrels.
Rosin, f 100-lb. drums.! offerings
none; sales none; receipts 375;
shipments none; stock 4.566.
' Quotes: Unchanged.
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N. C. LIVESTOCK
RALEIGH. June 19. — W —
(NCDA1 — Hog markets steady
with tops of 14.55 at Clinton and
Rocky Mount and 14.85 at Rich
mond.
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blackheads, skin
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Ration Roundup
(By The Associated Press)
• As of Monday, June 18)
MEATS. FATS. E 'C. — Book
Four Red stamps E2 through J2
good through June 30; K2 through
P2 good through July 31; Q2
through U2 good through Aug. 31;
V2 through Z2 good through Sept.
30.
PROCESSED FOODS—Book Four
Blue stamps N2 through S2 good
through June 30; T2 through X2
good through July 31: Y2. Z2 and
A1 through Cl good through Aug.
31; D1 through HI good through
Sept. 30.
SUGAR — Book Four stamp 36
good for five pounds through Aug.
31. Next stamp valid Sept. 1.
SHOES — Book Three Airplane
stamps 1. 2 and 3 good indefinite
ly. OPA says no plans to cancel
any. Next stamp valid Aug. 1.
GASOLINE—15-A coupons good
for four gallons each through June
21; 16-A coupons become valid
June 22 for six gallons each. B-6,
B-7. B-8, C-6, C-7 and C-8 coupons
good for five gallons each. B-6 and
C-6 coupons expire June 30.
FUEL OIL—Period One through
j Five coupons good through Aug.
31. Last year’s period Four and
Five coupons also expire Aug. 31.
CHARLOTTE SPOT
! CHARLOTTE, .June 19.—(JP)
I Spot cotton closed 22.R0.
STEELS, METALS
RALLY ON MART
NEW YORK, June 19.— (,/P) —
Steels and other metals hit a fast
rallying pace in today’s abbrevia
ted stock market while the recent,
ly sprinting rails were stalled by
selling and many industrials neg
lected.
It was a three-hour session—the
stock exchange and other markets
recessed from 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.
in honor of Gen. Isenhower’s visit
—but customers crowded enou/n
orders on the ticker tape to put
volume around that of a normal
ly active full .stretch. Transfers
totalled 1,560,000 shares compared
with Monday's 5-houf aggregate
of 1.930.000 which was the largest
since May 7.
The Associated Press 60-6tock
average was unchanged at 67. The
utility composite managed to
touch a peak since 1937. Of 938 is
sues appearing, 369 were up, 354
down and 215 unchanged.
In the “new high” class were
U. S. Steel, Crucible, Republic
Steel. Jones and Laughlin, Ameri
can Rolling Mill. Anaconda. Smelt
ing, Park Utah. Johns-Manville
and Homestake. M-K-T common
was up a- shade but the preferred
dropped 1 3-8. Atlantic Coast Line
conceded 2 1-4._ Lesser casualties
included Santa Fe. N. Y. Central,
U. Rubber, General Motors,
Boeing. Eastman Kodak, Sears
Roebuck and Du Pont. In front
were American Telephone, Chrys
ler, Southern Pacific, Kennecott.
American Can, Dome Mines, Com
monwealth and Southern and
Phelps Dodge.
Bonds were narrow. Cotion was
down 40 to 65 cents a bale.
Colonial Airlines and E. W. Bliss
improved in the curb. On the off
side were Pittsburgh Plate Glass
and International Petrol eum.
Turnover here was 420.000 shares
versus 470,000 yesterday.
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POLICE CAUTION
NOISY MOTORISTS
Chief of Police C. H. Casteen is
sued stern warning yesterday to
operators of buses, trucks and auto
mobiles driving without mufflers
or with straight exhausts. This
practice in certain sections of the
city in direct violation of the law
—is creating a great deal of noise
and discomfort to residents of Wil
mington, he said.
Within the next few days, police
officers will stop and warn motor
ists guilty of this offense, but
shortly thereafter offenders will
be cited to court, and those opera
tors whose cars are not properly
equipped will be prosecuted.
Chief Casteen stated that for
some time past there has been a
shortage of materials and parts,
but that he believed them to be
available now. and that all fnotor
ists must secure mufflers for their
vehicles as soon as possible.
In order to eliminate this noise
factor, the drive will be vigorous
and intensive, and all offenders
punished according to the discre
tion of the court, he said.
NEW ORLEANS SPOT
NEW ORLEANS, June 19.—.VP)—
Spot cotton closed steady 50 cents
a bale lower. Sales 1406. low mid
dling 18.880; middling 22.55, good
middling 22.95; receipts 28.56;
stock 230.837.
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Out of 103 collegiate institutions
in California, only 23 of • them
grant degrees. Ohio has approxi
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I and 44 of them grant degrees.
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20. Muscular
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21. Corrode
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23. Begone!
(slang)
26. Sounds, as
of the wind
27. Exclamation
28. Chum
29. Wander
about idly
30. Per. to
billows
34. Close to
35. Project
36. Narrow
inlet
37. To go
stealthily
39. Fascinate
41. Wicked
42. Detest
43. Trust
44. March date
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