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32 Help Waattd FmtJt 32 Antomobilei Hi LEGAL NOTICES THE HARTFORD COURANT: Friday, May 4. IS4 Puzzle Daily Crossword ACROSS I A slip or mistikt Part of blooi 11 Grat show 14 Pleated trim-mint II Crei 17 Baltic country 15 Advis of dan- at A harltd challenge SI Placet of A kind of 1.5 SO -nil. in 5S Spanish. pr incest 9 Lloyd toll rfu norm river profession al II Wash by dram- Bedecked ii Taker of as exam ii Doughnut unker DOWX 1 Output of volcano 1 $iawerd product i Apertif in Pant oat 4 Capuchin monkey Svml'ol of the A. Guide 7 Sludo of a roiiiin; event I Luxuriantly Exert force 10 Two worda from the chick en yard 11 Diminutive of a girl's name IS Containing SI Hop-dry iag ovea Pronounce invalid IS Private remark! Valkyrie who loved Sigurd 31 Greek kttter St Female slave Hindu 21 Greek district.

home ot lb Muse SS It putvishsbl by fine and imprisonment: 2 d-SI Out of conttil at a mob 41 Decree of a French court 41 Girl's name And to forth 44 Time (l foi Congress 41 Minister! anise: Comb. form lS Animal's foot IS Gang war weapon JO Tyrannical or high-handed JJ A mounted sentinel ti Portrayed ii Almt boxes 2i Brief 27 Greek stylo of column II Accustom in Italy 31 Future trysts 34 Frugal 37 Foot ornaments: wd 31 Spanish min name 43 Wartime refugee from a city i A music, not 47 Inventor How 4f One of the DiMatgio 4) Quod demonstrandum 5 Henalize 53 British prim-ess 54 Roman road Youth 57 Worthless remnant ,51 Male clothes hcis Answer to Previous PuzzIa SJHIAIRJEIDB use the club they have found most effective rersonally. even (,,, some otner ciuo unaer tne cir cumstances. Dionne Q. Have any Of the Dionnej girlS ever worked Ul the DUSl- ntfR lNEnftAClNTF liiiilil III0 ElPS YBIn rR I I sHy" A TP A A Rj JD-R A EC SB? I I iWAN I 6lITI0N I 01 UC A TMJE aglR A C.E i i EEkE sl i I jDr 6 eTnPs" go pifi rfsjvnt ofv e11 rIaMaIgIeIo, of on of to or 2S.

In 2 it of to to of of to to 1 1 1 7" 7" 17" TT" IF" 7J -e tj- -j Ti "np I hj i fs zi pn 2 3 a 31 nr ti" 37 38 I 43 1 44" 4S I I 1 H'i I "I mi Ti i Lj lJ ft 57 58 59 I pr 5i i 111.11 1 11 1 Helu Wanted. FemiU ATTRALTIVt OPENING for person with knowledge of typing ana anon-hand. Apply 4 Olive Street Hartford. PIST JVTm fee. Figure clerk, no typing, ins, no i.

typist. $30, no fee. Beginner Stenographer. $57. no fee.

File Clerk, to $40. no fee. Comptometer, 55. Switchboard Tvpist downtown, $47. United Employment, 252 Asylum CH 6 7225.

BOOKKEEPER, full charge. $65. Steno. dictaphone West Hartford, one-gin office, Steno, patent attoi tiey, $60-165. Steno, four hours, 5 davs, $30.

Steno. accounting department. 5 davs. no fee, $65. Teller Trainee, central.

East Hartford, open. Clerk-Typists, Temple Agency. 75 Pearl. BOOKKEEPER $60. Executive Secretary, $70 per week, to start Steno-Typist, $60.

Part time Steno. $30 per week. Clerk. $45 per week. Typists, per week.

General Employment, 721 Main. steno-typist ag to 40. $50. Hours 9 4:30 p.m. Centrat Wilson Agency.

54 Church. Bl'RNHAM EMP'LOYMfo 18 Asvlum Secretary, Insurance experience desired Middletown, aal- arv $S5. Secretary, sales. Plainvllle "area, $65. Librarian, $60.

Drafts- woman. Typist Clerk CAMP JOB OPENINGS at Girl Scout Camp in Northern Connecticut assistant cook, arts and crafts consultant. counsellors over 21. wa'er safety in structor. Season June 25 to August 2dth.

Phone JA 1-0163 for Interview appointment. CTShTER WANTED Good pay. Day or night. Phone JA 2-7203. CASHIER experienced.

Good wages. Call for personal Interview, ja z--'t. CLERK-TYPIST T0STING CLERK Good working conditions. AH fringe benefits. Apply A.M.

TO 4 P.M. WEEKDAYS HARTFORD SPECIAL MACHINERY CO. 287 Homestead Avtnue ClEfcK Interesting credit work." WTIT train high school graduate. Many aa- vantages. Youth Centre, IPPO Mam.

CLERK-TYPIST Immediate opening In sales department. Diversified typing and clerical duties. Modern industrial plant, all fringe benefits. The HOLO-KR0ME SCREW CORP. 31 BROOK ST.

ELMWOOD JA 3-5235 CLERK-TYPIST Yming lady with high school or equivalent wanted tor full time permanent position in our circulation department. Must good typist and be able to do general dental work, i day wek, paid holidays and vacations, good chance for advancement. APPLY 10 A.M.-1 P.M. PERSONNEL DEPT. HARTFORD COURANT 285 Broad St.

CLERK-TYPIST uo to aire 35 PernHa neni position. Liberal employe he ne xus rew air conditioned office, building. 8.30-4:30. Five days. Ameri ca Fsre insurance Group.

920 Farm Ington West Hartford, All 3-H21. CLERK TYPIST Posilicn available iune Uth In modern, air conditioned downtown offlc. Five day week. Pleae write P. O.

Box 17s slating age. education, expen. ence and salary desired. COOK experienced i Good es. in.

nriereocrs reTUireo. JA 3-1W9. COLLEGE GRADUATE The Agency Management ation has excellent snportunitv for recent college grafWe with background in mathematics or statistics, for training in research processes. The Agency Management I or. ation is a small research Vgan-kation, located at 855 vum Avenue, corner Ngoume air-conditioned building witl un.

usually good working condLoni and congenial atmospnere, Call Miss Honor JA 5-0881 EXPERIENCED TYPIS For work In shipping department. Excellent salary, working conditions, pleasant surroundings. All employee benefits. APPLY HARTFORD MACHINE SCREW CO. (3 Deerfield Road, Windsor Experienced MACHINE OPERATORS For Second Shift Apply PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT ROYAL TYPEWRITER CO.

ISO New Park Avenue OPEN SATURDAYS L'NTIL NOOI mNrUStT5MfiNDlN'T litie nothing sell nothing See ad unr FeirNTXiNnrirerrwiTmh7srKl: er. Must he experienced. Exeell salary, pnone ja EXPERiENCED" PART TIME CASHIER. ALSO SALES HELP APPLY Cury's Department Store 4 1 i 32 A SUPERB ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER AWAITS YOUR GENTLE TOUCH Insurance executive needs efficient clerk-typist for specialized work. Permanent opportunity if you can handle the spot For Interview, contact Resolute Insurance 83 Chapel St A YOUNG LADY Under 25, for secretarial Ir.riisding stenographic work.

Permanent position, West Hartford Center. Five day wee-Pleasant working conditions. Tlease phone AD 3-6260 between 10 A.M. and 5 P.M. except Saturdays AGENCY MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION has following opportunities ASSISTANT IN RESEARCH open DIVI- SION.

Recent high school graduate with or without experience, with math background, who likes to work witn figures. To receive instruction In statistics and machine computation. SECRETARIAL ASSISTANT, Good tvpist for diversified work, with or without experience. Opportunity to learn audograph transcription. Shorthand unnecessary.

KEY PUNCH OPERATOR. High school graduate with one to two years' experience In alphabetic and numerical kev punching for position In small I.B.M. installation. The Agency Manasement Association a small research organisation, located at 835 Asylum Avenue, comer Sigoumev. in air-conditioned building with unusually good working conditions and congenial atmosphere.

CALL MISS JA 5-0881 AIRLINE HOSTESSES For Trans World Airlines START NOW AT AGE 20 You can now fly with the finest airlines in the world with rouies both In the Vnitcd States and Overseas if you can meet these qualifications: High school graduate; age 20 to 27; height 5'2" to weight attractive; unmarried; eyesight 2" '5(1 or better: training at TWA's headquarters In Kansas City. Missouri at company expense with pay. Apply In person to MR. EVERETT HILL TWA SUITE, STATLER HOTEL Monday, May 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

AIRLINES ffEET3 VlGW YOUNG WOMEN see our ad under Classifica tion No. 39. Central. ALL YOU WANT TEMPORARY OFFICE WORK Stenographers, Typists Keypunch Operators Comptometer Operators Bookkeeping Machine Operators Your free time turned Into earning by doing temporary office work as a member of Hartford's first, oldest and most reliable office KffrvPft organization. Apply now and join our lifesaver staff.

OMS Office Management Services 50 State JA J-2631 Are you looking for an interesting job, working with congenial associates in pleasant surroundings? We're looking for typists, clerk-typists, file and clerical workers. The PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY 61 Woodland Hartford OFFICE HOURS -f MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY ASSISTANT to executive secretary. Re-quires knowledge of shorthand, electric typewriter, arUlressograph, and mimeograph. Excellent opportunity In small growing company. Two other girls In orfice.

Good pay. Insurance and Blue Cross benefits. Paid vacation. Call or write The Cro-Plate 717 Windsor Hartford, T-W73, Mr. Allen.

BILLINGS and SPENCER CO. needs BOOKKEEPING MACHINE OPERATOR tBURROUGHS) Qualified trainees will be considered. TYPIST FOR BH.LINO DEPARTMHNT Permanent position, pleasant working Apply EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 1 Laurel Hartford Help Wanted, Femali 11 AUSTIN. English built Ford. fTlfman.

I MO new. used. alei and Service. I PallotU Poole. Inc S4 Wethers-1 neia Hartford.

CADILLAC All models, guaranteed, too. Cadillac 4-door Sedan. Convertible Coupe, Coup de Ville, Eldorado Convertible, urge stock on hand. Guaranteed by a tieneral Motors dealer. Raich Motor Sales.

S7 Post Road. East Windsor HuX CONVERTIBLE fully equipped. 1952 Studebaker. Private owner. Low mileage.

Excellent condition, economical. Weal second car. Call JA 3-0265. TJesOTOl PLYMOUTH. Sales Service.

Parts. Always a fine selecUon of clean used cars. Eastwood Motor Sales, 549 Conn. Blvd. East Hart- ford.

JA8-4115, open evenings DODGES always-complete-selection. Oatson Dodge, 10 Conn. East Hartford. BU 8-0255. open eves.

DRIVE TO MANCHESTER to Beaupre Motors, Chrysler-Plymouth. 35S East Center MI 3-1131. open eves. FOR DEPENDABLE-and guaranteed used cars see Taber Cadillac, 1530 Albany JA 7-0171. FOR TRUE VALUE visit the A.

C. Hine Used-Car Trading Post at 189 Washington JA 2-015L Open eve nings. new and used. Druckman Motors, 215 New Park West Hartford. AD 3-4483.

IT'S OUR KNOW HOW plus a low overhead location that enables us to make those deals you've heard about Take a ihort drive any evening or some Sunday to our low overhead country 'ocation. The direct Pontiac Dealership "You've Heard About." Open until 10 every evening 67 Post East Windsor Hill, Balch Motor Sales. OLDSMOBLLE sales, service, parts. Home of safety tested cars. Man chester Motors, Silver Lane High way, Manchester.

ONE ot thsTTiest selections of used cars in town, to pick from. Most makes and models in all body styles: from $99, $195, $229'. $395. $495 and up. No money down; your car may be accepted as full first payment; up to 3 years to pay.

Capitol Motors 1214 Main St JA 7-8144. Open evenings till 9 OUT OF THE HIGH RENT Low overhead. Good used cars at the lowest possible prices. 1951 Dodge 4 door, $395. Harvey Motor Sales, 2995 Main St.

JA 7-0484. PONTIAC II you are looking for a good clean used Pontiac take a short drive to long savings to your direct Pontiac dealer. Balch Motor Sales, 67 Post East Windsor Hill. 1549-1953 CARS low weekly or monthly payments Motor Mart, Inc. 695 Broad St.

JA 2-2173. Trucks 12 QTEVROLET CARRYALLS iSSTTBsS Several to choose from, exceptional condition. Ideal for business or pleasure. Dworin Chevrolet. 476 Conn.

East Hartford, BU 9-3441. open eves. ALWAYS RELIABLE. A complete selection of trucks in all years, makes and models. Attractive prices.

Capitol Motors Inc. 1214 Main JA 7-8144. SEE CLAYTON MOTORS for a fine used truck. West Hartford Ford Deal-er, 30 Ravmond Road. West Hartford.

AD 3-3616. 1932 CHEVROLET, Chassis, New motor, excellent condition. Make us an offer. Ryle Biscuit JA 3-5763. 1946 CHEVROLET 6 ton registered dump truck.

3-yard body, good rubber. 1947 Ford platform with rebuilt motor. Both trucks in good con-dition. JA 5-4070. Mobile Homes Trailers 12A AIRCRAFT TRAILER PARK! INC New and used mobilehomes.

We have housing for everyone's pocketbook. Low insurance, low bank financing. 441 Main East Hartford. BU 9-0265. Open 9 to 9 weekdays.

Closed Saturday night and Sunday. ALL NEW AMERICAN 45 to acconv modate 7 people. Completely new in side. Inspect this unit today. No down payment plan.

4 per cent mortgage, house insurance rates. 5 years to pay. Jensen's "Always 64 Park West Hartford. AD 3-6214. Open weekdays 9-3.

Mon, Thurs. evenings. ANDERSON Hcrrli Monocruiser mo bile-homes. 5 years financing 4 per cent interest Low insurance rates Including flood Insurance. Cash deals Invited.

Balrh's East Windsor Trail-er Sales, 75 Post Road, Warehouse Point, Conn TfSE'rTTSTOOf "'taOBTl'E HOMti "46 model. Owner moving to Florida. Will sell for $500. For. appointment Call MI 9-5627.

ir.3 PALACE RANCH HOWT bedroom, good condition. Extras Included. Inquire lot No. 20, Pioneer Trailer Parks. 38 FT, PALACE completely set up with view of large lake.

2 bedrooms and complete bath. 1 1-length porch, aluminum awning and hitch included. Asking $2,500. Mobile Homes Village, Lake Pocotopaug, r-ast Hampton, Conn. Airplanes 12B AIRPLANE 1943 Taylor-cratt.

Ask for Mr. Boyle, JA 7-7507 or 7-1167. Motorcycles Bicycles IS TRIUMPH. 1954 Tiger Cub. 600 ongfna miles.

Excellent condition. Call Win- sted FR 9-3448. Automobile Repairing 16 BUY your genuine Chevrolet automo- bile and truck parts at Grody Chev- relet. Isham West Hartford. JA 3-5274 nr i wantcq Antomotivs 1 makes of used cart and trucks regardless of condition.

Capitol Motors, 1214 Mam Hartford, JA 7-8144 Sctucced SERVICES OFFERED Offered lervices 18 ALL HOOFING and siding with Johns-Mansvllle insulating materials. Free estimate. All work guaranteed. John A Murphy. JA 7-0751.

CEHARS. ATTICS, LAWN CLEANED landscaping Free Estimate. Days, Call JAJU746 GARDENS PLOWED by Roto-Tller. Call CH S-8327. MODERN ROLLErJFGKMTCA kitchen counters furnished and Installed.

Reasonable prices. expert work. Call anytime. Newington MO 6-4063. Tri-City Paving: Co.

All work guaranteed, with years of experience, also landscaping. PHONE JA 7-5309 Building Contracting ISA EMPIRE CONSTR UCTION' VS. spe in brick worn, block work stone and dry wall. Phone MI or MI Carpentry 18B ALTERATIONS-REPAIRS1(itcheTi rah. (nets expertly done.

Call CH 6-57S8 or CH 5 p.m. ALTERATIONS remodeling, roofing and siding. New homes built on contract. Call J. Arthur Carlson AD 2-9r2.

Exterminators 20 Reliable exterminators ITie Birchard System, 130 Washington Street, (rear), 2-7'illl. floor ReTinisliint Jl and" Tel. FTOoTTS lUSn'ETr rterinished given free. waxed. Estimates CH 7-9976 Moving Storage 26 JULES MILKiE furniture moving an3 storage, reasonable rates.

Call CH 6-6269. evenings JA 8-5442. tVE-SPECIALIZE Inlnslde painting; papering Ceilings our specialty. Call CH 7-9978. anytime Heb WantedTTem-ile 12 JTFEW tt'OMEM-In earn mnnry psrt time.



ElrTLOYMENT OITIC, THIRD rLCXR EXTENSION. emu ErBetieneei Hi feneml routine tof automobile agaae. I dsy weelu all benefits. Aprtf Mrs. Wetuli 14 Waihingtoa 14.

Ji 6165 GIRC WANTED For eur afountlns; dspartnM prefer recsK high school graduate (comnereial course). Some) experience jestrable but not aee essary. Mua. be ab a to type an leam the ul of various bustnese machines. "Sis Is full time, permanent position working tn a light air office.

7 week, paid ration ani holl-daya Apply person betweest 10 a.m. and Jem. PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT HARTFORD COURANT 285 Broad St. INDUSTRIALS NURSS IN KEW IRITATl AKCA Write Box 793-F, Courant HoTSEeTE EPlil for 1 msn 10 miles rrort Hsmorn. an mooeni conveniences.

No laundrw. Near Ym' Ample Urns of. Salary iSO, Boa Courant. INVENTORY CLERK Position atert. Ititellt-gent Mlvid al who likes tm koiIc tsith (litres.

itP'T ANEMOSTAT Of AMERICA IS FLPWER. ST. LORD ani TAYLOR Full TiirE Openings SALES Readyo-wear Shoes i General Off ic Experience preferrid flvt-4s wee- Ail employe Mnefits. Apnlv at THE PEVTHOl'JtP. MOXDAI HIROICH SATIRDAY SS3 North Main St.

Weit Hartford MAIL GIRL TVitver mail Tin reproduction machines aiditkmal clerical duties. Good pnmouonal potsl-biluies. TIME KEEPER Prefer some eonptometer experience. Woik ai is.nMli. TYPIST For Steno Pool Rapid typist.

Variety of reports and also dictaphone work. All openings carry GE better living program benefits of course. APPLY Employment Office GENERAL ELECTRIC Co. 41 WOODFORD AVE PLAnfVTLLl OPEN I TO 5 DAILY TO 12 SATIRDAY work i to 13. commlsnon and bonus, fit MX.

HATTTiomNnnieiVjiert people to become Housemother at Connecticut school for delinquent girls. Monthly salary during si months training period 1-HS, afier training S'tS with annual Increases. Full maintenance provided for K7 a month. Send summary of qualifications with snapshot If possible t- Olendon A. Scorwna, Stale Personnel Director.


TO I P.M. SATURDAYS. 1 A Tn is uvm NURSES R.N.g Ceneral duly, all shifts, 12S0 pr month 4- full mslntenanct. ST. BARNABAS HOSPITAL hrd S(, Jrj Ave.

New York 7. nl ttMe'-MAlpS inenin to ieekT.J.0 ml m. to pm )ul time on 1 BUCK. 1953 HARDTOP Choice of 3. fully equipped.

Save. Red's. 70S Capitol JA 7-5216. open eves. El'IOv, 1332 Roadmaster 4 door Sedan, radio, beater, dynaflow.

power aieer-rng. 1 tone finish. Reduced to S995. Terms and trades. W.

Hart Buick 1549 Parle SL at tht underpass, JAS-K2S. SUICK. 1931 Super Convertible, RtfC d-naflow, all leather. $593. Reds.

705 Capitol JA 7-5216. EUICK, 1950 Special 4 door Sedan, equipped with radio, heater and dynaflow Only J.19& with easy terms. W. Hart Buick 1M9 Park St, at the underpass. JA 3-952S.

Cadillac, 1956 62" 4-door, fully powered and fully equipped plus air conditioning. A real beauty. Loaded! See this one today at Balch Motor Sales, 67 Post Road. East Windsor Hill. tel.

JA 8-21M. open evenings '111 10 p.m. and all day Sunday. CADILLAC lSSS hardtops. Coupes, convertibles, sedans.

Save. Red's. 705 Capitol 7-5216, open eves. CADILLAC, 1953, One owner, private must sell. 4-rtnor, 2-tone sednn.

white wall tires, slip covers, power steering, electric windows and seat. Autronic eye. Radio and heater, air-conditioned 450. Tel. VAIIcy 8 9295.

CADILLAC. 1952 Convertible, yellmv with black top and red upholstery. Radio, heater, hydramatic, power accessories, tinted glass, etc. Save at Balch Motor Sales, 67 Post Road, East Windsor Hill, tel. JA S-2101.

open evenings 'Ul 10 p.m. and all day Sunday. CADILLAC, 1949 4-door, model 62! Phone JAJ7-0751. CHEVROLET, 1955 Bel AiFHardtopT powerglide, coral with grey top. Red's, 705 Capitol JA 7-5216.

CHEVROLET. 1953 "210" 4-door, 2- tone, radio, heater, signals, backup lights, immaculate. S995. Moriarty Brothers, 315 Center Street, Manchester MI 3-5135. open eves.

CHEVROLET, 195.1 Bel Air 2-door se dan, radio, heater, signal lights. many, many extras. A honey of an automobile priced to suit your budget. McClure Pontiac, Manchester MT 9-4545. CHEVROLET.

1953 "210" Club Coupe, radio, heater. 2-tone green, a fine family car. Take a short drive to long savings to Balch Motor Sales, 67 Post Road, East Windsor Hill, JA 8-2101. open evenings 'til 10 p.m. and all day Sunday.

CHEVROLET 1951 2-door Sedan, new paint, heater, standard shift. Reduced to S495. Terms and trades. W. Hart Buick 1549 Park St.

at the underpass. JA 3-9525. CHEVROLET, 1950 2-door sedan, ra dio, heater, excellent tires Reduced to J345. Easy terms. W.

Hart Buick 1549 Park SL at the underpass JA 3-9525. CHEVROLET, 194 convertible. Radio and heater, new top. Good condition. J450.

Telephone CH 7-8333. CHEWOLET7T949 4 door Sedan, radToi heater. A very clean car. Now only J295. W.

Hart Buick 1549 Park St. at the underpass. JA 3-9525. CHEVROLET! 1949, 194S also Ford. Chevies, Plymouths.

all makes and models. No Money Down. McClure Pontiac, 373 Main Manchester. MI 9-4545, open eves. CHRYSLER, 1947 coupe, good condT- tion Call after 5:30 p.m.

JA DeSOTO. 1952, 4-door Sedan, gray fin ish, radio and heater. A clean car reduced to $595. Terms and trades. W.

Hart Buick 1549 Park St, at the underpass. JA 3-9525. CESOTO 1947 9 passenger Suburban. Reasonable. Call after 6 p.m.

AD 2-1275. DODGE, 1953 V-8 Coronet 4-door. radio. heater, gyromatic, $895. Red's, 705 Capitol JA 7-5216.

FORD, 1955 VICTORIA Loaded, yellow ana oiacic, new wnuewans, have. Red's, 705 Capitol JA 7-5216. FORD, 1954 convertible, beautiful. Dick Carbray. Vincent Motors 380 Hudson St.

JA 2-3203. FORD. 1954 V-8 Fnrdor customline. whitewalls, radio, heater, overdrive, i.09'x Reds, 705 -Capitol JA 7-5236. FORD, 1953 Customline V-8 4-door, radio, heater, signals, whitewalls, $S75.

Red's, 705 Capitol JA 7-5216. FORD. 1953. "8" ranch wagon. Radio and heater tordumallc txceiieni condition.

AD 3-4642. FORD, 1953 Customline Fordor, ra dio, heater, overdrive, dark green. An Immaculate own owner low mileage car. McClure Pontiac, Manchester, MI 9-4545. FORD.

1953 4-door Sedan radio, heater, standard transmission, beautiful tutone finish 1S95. Terms, trades. guaranteed. W. Hart Buick Co.

1549 Park St. at the underpass. JA 39525. FORD 1952 V-8 Ranch Wagon, heater, beautiful 2-tnne maroon and gray. Now only $995.

Terms and trades. W. Hart Buick 1549 Park St at the underpass. JA 3-So25. FORD, 1952 "8" tudor, radio, heater.

whitewalls. Immaculate. SS75. Red's, 705 Capitol JA 7-5216. FORD.

1951 V-8 Tudor custom, radio. heater, signals, Red's, 705 Capi tol JA 7-3216. FORD. 19S1 Tudor, new tires, lm. maculate, 5545.

Red's, 705 Capitol JA 7-5216, open eves. MERCURY71954 Sun Valley. Complete-ly equipped Including Mercomatic, radio, heater, and all the power accessories. It Is spotless throughout and has been driven only a very few miles. A real buy at only $1895.

Harrington-Palmer 140 Washington JA 2-6165. Open evenings 'til9. NASH. 1953 rXMBTER convertible. Nicely equipped with radio, heater, many other custom Nash extras, A very low mileage automobile in excellent condition.

Llpman's low price S9S5. Only $185 down and $39 per month. Lipman Motors, 133 Washington JA 7-185L Open eves. 'Ul 9. 5LDSMOBILE, 1954 Super '88." 4-donr sedan.

AH power. Harrington's, 373 wethersrield CH 9-uaa, OTDSMOBILE. 1952 Super'SB" 2-door, radio, heater, hydramatic, signal lights, a one owner low mileage car. McClure Pontiac, Manchester MI 9-4545. PACKARD, 195S HARDTOP with pnw-er steering, power brakes, twin fltra-malie Drive A Radio.

As George Gohel would aay, "It hardly hes no miles at all!" Sells for 14.300 In the high rent showrooms, but at low overhead Talcottvllle, It's only S2.9S8 delivered to you. Brunner's Packard, Talcottvllle, Just east of Howard Johnson's, off the Parkway, PACKARDS '53 and 51's. most models available with prices s'arting at 1395. Packard Retail Store, 150 Washington JA 7-2071. open evenings.

PLYMOUTH. 1955 Belvedere Station Wagon 4-door, Ivory over red, American Motors, 625 New Park West Hartford. AD 3-5508, open eves. PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE 1955 Snorts coupe. Power flyte and undercoat and usual accessories.

Excellent condition, original owner. Day JA 7-5107, Eves. Collinsvllle, OW 3-4907. PLYMOUTH, J9S1 Cranhronk Sedan, light green finish, only S495. Easy terms and trades.

W. Hart Buick 1549 Park at the underpass. JA 3-9525. PONTIAC, 1956 Calallna radio, heater, hydramatic, power steering, power brakes. Power windows, pow.

wer seats. Electric antenna. Many, many others. For big savings, call Ml 9-4545. M-Clure PcinlWc.

PONTIAC, 1955 Sfation Wagon, radio" heater, hydramatic, all metal 'body. Color Olympic blue. One owner. Ixiw mileage. Ideal for business or plea-sine.

See It at Balch Motor Sales, your low overhead Pontiac Dealership, 67 Post Rnad, East Windsor Hill, tel. JA 8-2101, open eves. PONTIAC, 1955 3-Slar Catallna. power makes, steering. Loaded.

Save at Moil's. 7a Capitol JA 7-5216, open eves. PONTIAC, lfll92-doorsciiah, tone blue, radio, healer, slandaid shift, A very clean car, $295. W. Hail Buick 1119 Park hi.

at the underpass. JA 3-9525. fiAMIXKK, 'M StatiTWaSon Sdobr. all metal, radio, heater, Ideal for bus-Iness or pleasure, very economical. Call or see Andy Schultl at Dworin Chevrolet, 476 Conn.

East Hartford. BU 9-3441, open eves. 1954 MERCURY 12.000 2-tone paint. Showroom condition Contact Antlinny Rho, Vincent Mr tors Downtown Mercury. JA J-5U23, i94 AND 51 excellent financing.

All makes and models to choose from. Contact Anthony Rho, Vincent Motors, Downtown Mercury, JA 2-31123, JTlXRGB SET.TC116N"'of ianu5lel cars of all makes and body styles always nn hand If you need a car don forget lo ee lis. as nut' prlres a' low and the great, Meais Motor .3 Conn. East Hartford. Tel.

JA 1-21 TL Open evenings at no rrscToN eTraRtrui rati. Terms. Hartfuid Euick. leL JA I-115L SANITARY SEWERS 15 PROGRAM CITY OF WINSTED. CONNECTICUT NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Seoarate sealed bids fur the con struction of iwen and appurtenances In fifteen itreets will be rceivl by the'Srnrr Commissionprs of the City WinKted at the Town Hall.

Main Sireft, Winsted. until 7:30 p.m.. D.S.T.. Thursday. May 17.

19oi, nd then publicly opened and read aloud. The Information for Bidders, Form Proposal, Form of Contraft, Plans. Specifications, Form of Bid Bond, and' Form of Performance Bond may be examined at the. office of Buck Buck. Engineers.

6T0 Main Street. Hartfodd .1 Connecticut and rouie thereof obtained upon payment of for each act. A return of $10.00 will be made to bidders and non-biddera on receipt of all docu ment! in good condition within fifteen diva after the date of opening ot bids. Documents will he mailed upon receipt of $20.00 payment plus 11.00 cover mailing costs. Th City of wmstert reserves tne right to waive any informalities in to reiect any or all bids.

NOTICE TO CR'EPltORS OF THE SIMSBURY WATER COMPANY Please be advised that on April 30. 1956, by a unanimous vote of Its stockholders present and voting confirming vote of the Directors taken March liVSS. The Simsbury Water Com. pany is to be dissolved and tinuidated. acmrdanc with Section of the General Statutes.

Revision nf IMS. the final date for the limitation period during which claims against the Cor poration Mt he nesented 's: SKHEMBEK 1, 13i8 Tn the event that you have a claim asramst The Simsbury Water Company forward it before September 1, to: Hreely Sturdivant. Secretary The Simsbury Water Company co Hartford National Eank Trust Company 777 Main Street Hartford. Connecticut May 1936 By GREELY STURrvtVAVT. Secretary, The Simsbury Water Company State of Connecticut.

District of Hartford, Probete Court. Town of Hartford, April 30. 1956. Present, Hon. Russell Z.

Johnston, Judge. On motion of Georgia C. Watson. High New Haven, ad ministratrix of tne ESTATE OF CKORRJS rUNXrvOHAM. late of West Hartford, within said district, deceased, Is ORDERED, that six months from the 30th day of 1956.

be and the same are limited and allowed for the presentation of all claims against said estate to the administratrix there and said administratrix Is directed cite all creditors of said decedent bring tn their claims within said time allowed by publishing a copy this order once In some newspaper having a circulation in said Probate District within thirty days from the date of this order. Certified from record. MARY E. F. CUN.VrN'ritfA'Vr, Ass't Cleric.

State of Connecticut, District of Hartford. Probate Court, Town of Hartford, April 30. 19,56. Present, ln. Russell Z.

Johnston, Judge. On motion of Edward N. Allen. 896 Main Hartford. ad ministrator nf the ESTATE OF A.

SHKEH4.N, late of Hartford, within said district, deceased. It is ORDERED, that six months from the 30th day of April. 1956, be and the same are limited and allowed for the presentation of all claims against said estate to the administrator there and said administrator is directed cite all creditors of said decedent bring In their claims within said time allowed by publishing a copy of tms order once in some newspaper naving a circulation in said Probate District within thirty days from the date of this order. Certified from record. MARY E.

F. CUNNINGHAM. A'Vt C'erk. INVITATION TO BID Sealed bids will be received In duplicate by the housing authority of the Town of East Hartford, at its office. 70 Cannon Road.

East Hartford Conn, For Fire and Extended Cover age Insurance for Stale Moderate Rental Housing Pmiect. Vet erans Terrace until 7 p.m. EDT May 11, 1956, when they will be publicly opened ana read. All particulars considering the above may be obtained by calling at the of- fii nf the authority at the above named aonress. This authority reserves the right to reieci nv or mi oms and to waive any informalities In bidding.

Housing Authority of the Town of East Hartford JOHN A. MURPHY. Executive Director. J93S CHANGE OF NAME OF THE UNION SETTLEMENT OF HARTFORD As provided In Section 5124 of the Cene-al Statutes Revision of 1949, notice is herehv 9ii-An that it nrn. posed to change the name of The ford Neighborhood Centers pursuant to w.

l. may it By BLAKE PENT, President. Notice Of Application LIUrOK PKK.MIT This Is to give notice that J. Adam John Chase of 25 Hungerford Hfd. have filed an application dated 23 April 1956 with the Liquor Control Commission for a Package Liquor Permit for the sale of alcoholic liquor on the premises 584 Franklin Hfd.

The business Is owned by Adam John Chase and Sophie Chase both of 25 Huneerford Hfd. and will be conducted by Adam John Chase of 25 Hungerford Hfd. as permittee ADAM JOHN CHASE paten 7i April 1956 Tlie Zoning Board of Anneals of the Town of Columbia. Connecticut, will hold a hearing in the Town Hall Wed nesday, May 9. 1956, at 8 p.m., on the appeal from zoning agent's decision on the application of Alexander Eigner Jr.

for building permit. Board Of Appeals GEORGE H. RE AM Chairman. Other Legal Notices 28 Classified Advertising Strayed Lost Found 10 IMPOUNDED. Terrier type, male, hrown.

black and while. Hartford Dog Warden, CH 6-5326. Female brown. White marklnrs. Hartford Dog War- den.

CH 6-5326. LOST PASS BOOlOJO. 573941 Society for Savings. Application made for payment. LOST Passbook 37TS82 Society for Savings for Savings.

Application made forpayment. LOS-TTass Book EH. 4123. Society for Savings, Application made for payment. LOST PasshoolTNo.

Socle'tyTnr Application made for pay. ment. LOST ladieshlack wallet. East HarC fnid. between Eastwood Theaier, Main St.

and Conn. Blvd. and Prospect SI. Contents valuable to owner. Reward.

JA 8-6177. LOST School Savings, No. 7S.579. So-nely Kor Savings. Application made for payment.

LOST-Pans Book 72S2S of'Dlrne Sav. Ings Bank, Application made for payment LOST slock certificate foJ5 shares of Swan-Flnth Oil Co. If found please ClTrshliT BUoHnin? rUierl. AUTOMOTIVE Automobile Agencies A AT NIELSEN'S SWd 'salesTriJT Fv.r-rheni renair lacillt'ei available 122 Washington St. JA 5-2671.

CMYLERPLYMOUTirSalrs se'rv Ice parts Motors. li Burnside Ave Past Haitford. BU 9-B244, oien evenings. Automobile! 11 BTtTTv I9'S Rnadinastrr convertible. Will he sold because "1 license sua-pensicm F.Ncellenl condition, Call JA 2.

WO. K7 i V) d-nluiv liajdTnn" RHiiTrT. healer, dynaflmv, and power steer- ll'g me Ninw mili-K in, H9 Binad Slrect. Windsor, MU 8 3iii8. fil I equipped in's, 375 Welhus-lieid Ave, CH 8-UXU.

MrD A Not SO1 v0" 01 corporators at a meet- ness world, a. inoi so(fTJ my cMti hcM on Aprjl Questions Answered By RASKIN A reader can get the answer, by mail, to any question of fact by writing The Hartford Cou- rant, Information Bureau, 1200 Eye N. Washington 5, D. C. Please enclose three (3) cents for return postage.

T-Men Q. What are the major duties cf Treasury Enforcement Agents (T-Men)? E.A.G. A. They investigate criminal cases involving violation of Federal laws within the enforcement jurisdiction of the Treasury Department, and make non-criminal investigations relating to the functions of the Department. They may have to participate in raids, shadow suspected persons and premises, lo cate illicit distilleries and count erfeiting plants, inspect files and records, seize contraband, take custody of criminals and fugitives, do undercover work, etc.

The work of a T-Man requires tact, judgment, resourcefulness and initiative, and may involve great physical exertion and personal risk. Automobiles Q. Are there now more black automobiles on the road than in recent months or do I only imagine it? D.L.S. A. A trend back to black and dark gray has been noted throughout the industry.

In January 1956, 20 per cent of all cars turned out by United States plants were black, as compared with 16 per cent in January 1955 and 12 per cent In mid-1954. Golf Q. How does a golfer know which club to use for a particular shot? A.D.R. A. Each of the clubs is designed to be, or has proved to be, particularly effective under certain circumstances.

The club which should be used is the one most likely to get the ball from tee to green In the easiest, surest manner. Many golfers cannot use all the clubs with precision and simply STAR -By CLAY ami MAR 22 JK Vouf Daily I tar as we Know, nowever, press reports from Montreal say that Marie Dionne is about to open a flower shop there, to be named the Emilie Salon in memory of her sister Emilie, who died in August 19j4. Drive Q. How many organizations raise; money nationally to fight specific diseases? Which collects the most and which the least? F.D.F. A.

There are 8 major voluntary health agencies, fichting polio, tuberculosis, can cer, heart ailments, cerebral pal sy, muscular dystrophy, rheu matism arthritis, and mental illness. In 1954, about $66.9 mil lion was raised for the fight against polio with its estimated 100.000 victims, including the nearly 39,000 new cases in that year. The lowest amount- about SI. 5 million was raised for lighting mpntal illness, with its estimated 10 million victims. Canada Q.

Are there any women members in the Canadian Parliament? L.P.P. A. Yes, nine. There are four women in the 265-member House of Commons and five in the 102-member Senate. In Canada, Senators are ap.

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