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98c to- $7.25
preserve that picture that is so near and dear to your
Leather Frames, 3^x414 to 8x10.
$2.98 to $3.95
Single Leather Folders, 314x414 to 8x10.
$2.98 to $5.95
Double Leather Folders, 3i4,x4Vi to 8x10.
$3.50 id $6.95
Wood Frames in Many Styles, 3i4,x4i4 to 11x14
. $1.29 to $4.50.
Metal Frames, Many Different Styles, 3^x414, to 8x10.
$3.29 to $7.25
Simulated Leather Frames and Folders 3i4,x4i4, to 8x10
$1.00 to $1.98
ROAST PAN. AND RACK
A wire roast rack that prevents turning, basting and
shrinking and fits into the blue enameled roast pan.
| Set rack in notches to fit meat or fowl, adjust ac
A metal steak beater with both fine and coarse prongs.
$1.59 and $1.79
Stainless steel blades, 10 and 12 inches long, set in
| polished wood handle with two rivets.
VACUUM BOTTLE CORKS
Replace that old worn stopper with a new clean one.
ALUMINUM BAKING SHEETS
. 89c and $1.29
A heavy^aluminum cookie and biscuit sheet for both
i the larg^and small oven.
TIN COOKIE SHEETS
turnelf up ^rjs*ie(* baking sheet with three edges
A sturdy set of glasses with pressed design. 8 iced
’ ° waters, 8 fruit juice and 8 coasters.
53-pc. DINNER SET
^and design in an ivory body. 8 dinner
1 .“read and butter plates, 8 soups, 1 platter,
dish, 1 sugar, 1 creamer.
WILL MOVE HERE
One of 300 families of non-resi
dent service men. that have re
ceived notices of eviction from the
Benmoreell housing project at Nor
folk has moved to Maffitt Village,
quarters obtained by the Navy
from the Housing Authority of the
City of Wilmington, it was announc.
ed here yesterday.
Local housing officials expect
other families to move here be
tween June 1 and 15, after schools
have closed. An Associated Press
dispatch from Norfolk reported that
16 other families have applied for
In order to make room for the
families of men assigned to ships
with Norfolk as their home port
and of men on duty in the area,
Rear Admiral McD. Lebreton, com
mandant of the Fifth Naval dis
trict, in March began notifying
families no longer eligible for
Naval housing in Norfolk that they
mqst move within a reasonable
length of time.
A total of 77 other dependants
of Navy men have moved to other
parts of the country, the Associated
Press story reported. There have
been some protests against the
eviction orders, but no one has re
fused to obey, a Navy spokesman
In cases where children are in
school or there is illness in the
families, the Navy is avowing
extra time for the move to other
quarters, according to Fifth district
public relations officials.
NEWARK, N. J„ May 26.—OP)—
Four of six defendants who went
on trial yesterday in Federal court
on charges of stealing and trans
porting in Interstate Commerce a
platinum and diamond bracelet be
longing to Mrs, Eleanor Penner,
widow of comedian Joe Penner,
were sentenced today to five years
More inquiries from industries
interested in locating in Wilming
ton have been received during the
past two weeks than in the previous
three months, Walter J. Cartier,
executive secretary of the Cham
ber of Commerce, said yesterday.
The Industrial committee of the
Chamber, headed by E. L. White,
has been very busy recently with
the prospects, which cover a wide
range.” Cartier said. Studies for
each individual group have been
prepared, he disclosed.
Six or eight good opportunities,
he revealed, have had to be turn
ed down because of the lack of
buildings and other facilities here.
Included in the different types
of industries considering Wilmingr
ton are: one woodworking novelties
concern, three textile manufactur
ers (“cut and sew” trades) one
plastics manufacturer, one chemi
cal concern, and one dinnerware
manufacturer. The Department of
Conservation and Development of'
North Carolina has prepared a sur.
vey showing the definite advantage
Wilmington has to offer the latter
Cartier said that no publicity had
been given by the Chamber on
prospective industrial prospects
and would not be released except
through the industry itself.
The first commercial telephone
switchboard with more than one
other party cn a line was installed
at New Haven, Conn., in 1878.
BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS
We Teach Watcbet Te Tell
The Jewel Box
IN N. front
“Mother’s little precious” is the shining
light in your life. Dress him for his lead
ing role in the most adorable little clothes
you ever set eyes on. We’ve just loads of
wee garments to take care of his every
need. You’ll enjoy choosing what. he
wants from our star collection of baby
Sizes from 6 months to 1 year. Lovely little dresses
of embroidered batiste.
Our many accessories include: Bead Necklaces, Teethers Utili
ty Baskets, Nursery Toys just to mention a few items.
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Trains are crowded, buses load
ed and cars are out of the pic
ture—but who cares? Vacation
ing at home is fun, especially
when you have such lovable
sports clothes as these compan
ionable partners for your gay
times right in the neighborhood.
Swim suits, shorts, tennis dress
es and goodness knows what all
you’ll find in our Sports Depart
ment. Good lookers each and
every one, so come on in and
choose your vacation-at-home
wardrobe right now from the
best selection ever.
And Whai's More!. .. ’ !
We’ve all the gay, bright accessories
you’ll want to go with your clothes.
Dainty little flowers to pin in your
hair, colorful bands to tie back stray
locks, ribbons to match your dresses
and floppy brimmed straw hats to
keep the sun out of your eyes. \
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Just a few pennies a day in jjj
War Stamps will bay a War (
Bond in no time at all.
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