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and See the Picture yfje Greatest Story of the Century NOW 69d Special Movie Edition; complete, unaltered text, illustrated with 14 full page "stills” in beautiful technicolor, of Margaret Mitchell's (OKI WITH THE WIND The novel that "in sheer readability is surpassed by prhine in American fiction” is now offered at only a faction of the price paid for it by nearly 2,000,000 persons! Every adult member of your family will find in this gripping story, the reading thrill of a lifetime. Select your Spring Bag early; from this group representing the newest of the new in PATENT HAND BAGS On Sale Monday tP [ JP Patent bags in plain and novel styles— “They're Honeys.” We’ve never shown such ■ a wonderful selection and such beautiful ; styles. They come in puffed patent with [ celluloid frame and zipper tops, large un derarm kid, or gabardine trim with zipper or handle style. ■, valentine Day... the 14th—Don’t Forget We have many attractive gifts for the occasion SCHRAFFTS CANDY Schraffts 1940 Valentine assortment Red Heart Box '-andy. Blue Banner assortment of chocolate covered nuts> fruits, nougats and creams, in many sizes. a ounce Heart Box . $ Pound Heart Box . ..60c - 80c - $1.00 box.$1.60 and $2.00 foelk-lfrillianM Go. bhllhK BUmSS CLUB WILL MEET Robert Romeo, Insurance Agent, To Explain Social Security Plan The Wilmington Better Business club—one of the city’s newer and more progressive organizations—will hold its first meeting after reor ganization on Tuesday night at 8 o’clock in the assembly room at the Tide Water Power company. The club, the purpose of which has been set up as the promotion of the interests of Wilmington, will devote half of Tuesday’s meeting to a lecture by Robert Romeo, Wil mington insurance man, and the re mainder will be given over to an open forum discussion by those pres ent. Outstanding Speakers The club plans to present some local person outstanding in a par ticular field as speaker each week and to use the other time for dis cussions of subjects pertinent to the purpose of the club. \ Present officers are: Herbert W. Slack, president; Leonard E. Allen, vice-president; Mrs. Frances W. Trigg, secretary; E. B. Ward, treas urer; and Sam Hill, W. D. Mills and Miss Mary P. Bell, directors. A question box will be provided for the convenience of those inter ested in obtaining specific informa tion about New Hanover county. The club is open to all business men, executives, fbl'emen, depart ment heads, owners and managers of business, and teose interested employes who wish to improve them selves and to boost Wilmington. There will be no charges what ever and those above mentioned per sons are invited to attend the meet ing. It is scheduled to last from S to 9 o’clock. Crate makers bnjoined j Under Wage-Hour Act ELIZABETH CITL, Feb. 10.—UP) Injunctions restricting five eastern Carolina fruit and vegetable ship pers from further violations of the fair labor standards act of 1038 were signed today by Judge I. M. Meekins, bringing the total to 11 restrictive orders issued against North Carolina crate manu facturers. Injunctions were issued against the following: F. G. Kelly' and Mrs. Leon Hughes, trading as the D. F. Hughes company, Taylor City. N. M. Woodock, Atkinson. J. H. Baker, Magnolia Crate works, Magnolia. Guy R. Rose, Clinton. W. F. Brice, Rosehill. D L. McBride, regional attorney for the wages and hours division brought the cases before Judge Meekins Squalus Name Changed To Sailfish By F. R. WASHINGTON. Feb. 10— (SO — By President Roosevelt’s order, tl.e name of the submarine Squalus In which 26 officers and men lost their lives, was changed today to Sailfish. The vessel sank last May off Ports mouth, N. H., was raised several months later and is being recondi tioned at an estimated cost of $1, 400,000. It is expected to be put back into service in June. The navy announced the change in name and officials believed it ret a precedent for a submarine involv ed in a tragedy. j Another tragic submarine, the S-4, retained its designation after being raised, but it was used thereafter only for training. Associated Charities Assists 814 Families The Associated Charities serviced a total of 814 families during Jan uary, Mrs. L. O. Ellis, executive secretary, reported yesterday. These families consisted of the following cases, according to Mrs. Ellis: 355 were those mentally or physically unable to work, those who were temporarily unemployed, and those requiring special medi cines, milk, transportation, and oth er services requiring direct relief. The remainder of the cases, to taling 479, were those investigated for hospitalization, free water, home aides, wood and medicines from the New Hanover county drug loom. Capt. Ivan Poderjay Deported At New York \ NEW YORK, Feb. 10—CP)—Capt. Ivan Poderjay, released from Au burn prison Feb. 1 after serving a five-year sentence for bigamy, was deported to Yugoslavia today on the liner Washington. j Poderjay’s second wife, Agnes Tuf verson, vanished six years ago short ly after they were married here. Brought back from Europe Poder jay pleaded guilty to bigamy. Charles D. McGowen To Seek House Seat BURGAW, Feb. 10.— UP) — Charles D. McGowen, promi nent business man and farmer of the Willard section, today announced his candidacy for the house of representatives from Pender county subject to the democratic primary. In making his announcement, McGowen said that his section of Pender county has not sup plied a representative in more than 30 years. McGowen was high man in the last election on board of education members. 1 I A very smart spectator pump in tan and white. Tiny perfora tions. 17/8 built up leather heels. .Sizes 4% to 3. Widths, AAAA to B. $5.00 BALTIC Sophisticated spectator tie in tan calf and genuine white buck. 16/8 covered heel. Sizes, 4% to 9. Widths, AAA to C. $6.00 PARK White calf with brown calf trim. Zipper oxford, 13/8 leather heel. Sizes 4 to 9. Width*, AAA to E. $5.00 /TV TWILA A beautiful gore pump with tiny underlaid perforations in either blue or black kid. 17/8 covered heel. Sizes 4% to 9. Widths, AAA to C. $5.00 rs. LORNA Double T-strap for the conser vative woman who wants smart ness linked with comfort. May be had in blue or black kid. 14/8 covered heel. Sizes 4% to 9. Widths AAA to C $5.00 DORA A blue 5 eyelet tie, in soft kid skin with dainty perforations and stitchings. 17/8 covered heel. < Sizes 4% to 9. Widths, AAA to $5.00 COTTON^S® Smart typsy tie in black kid skin. Short wing tip, perfora tions on vamp. 14/8 leather heel. Sizes 4 to 10. Widths, AAA to D. $5.00 CLEWOOD^-^ A splendid walking oxford in soft black kid. Made on R-N (Registered Nurse) low conboid last. 12/8 leather heel. Size 4^ to 10. Widths, AA to D. $5.00 WALKER White kid nurses ox ford. 12/8 leather heel with rubber tap. Sizes 4% to 9. Widths, AAA to C. Spectacular frj,\ | ,1^1 a 6-WAY Floor Lamps 3 Student, Bridge — Torchiere *6.99 I Student bridge, torchiere and 6-way floor lamps, in a beautiful bronze or ivory finish. The torch- j ieres are complete with lovely glass reflectors and the student bridge and floor lamps are com plete with pleated and stretched silk shades. cnni w WITH"A CAI^GO OF Cannon Towels CANNON TOWELS Two-tone rope border gives a rich lux urious effect. They’re closely - woven with long terry loops to do a thorough drying job. MATCHING ITEMS: Bath towel.Size 22 x 44, 39c ea. Face towel.Size 16 x 27, 29c ea. Wash cloth.Size 12 x 12, 12c ea. Bath Size: •>(}<> Mrh 23 x 43 inches eaCn These big handsome towels with their colored block plaids on snowy white ground make a fine art of drying you quickly. They are large size 23 x 43, with lovely borders and stripes of Jade, Maize, Azure Blue and Peach. Big, thick and thirsty—unusual value at this low sale price. MATCHING ITEMS: BATH TOWEL_Size 23 x 43, 29c ea. FACE TOWEL_Size 15 x 27, 19c ea. WASH CLOTH -..Size 12 x 12, 10c ea. B - m DISH TOWELS Good size for quick drying, won’t leave lint on glasses. Size 17 x 32—6 to the package. Wrap ped in Ceilophane. Rapidry in Red and Blue, Green and Yellow. Kitchen Queen in multi color stripes. Checks in Red C FOR C I A A and Blue, Red and Green w QI ■UU ; m ..