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On The Air Today 8:15 p. in. WTIC— Grand Mnrciune WNI3C— Songn by Snooky 5:30 p. m. WNBC— American World WOK— Vfira Holly WWCO— I,. A. Symphonic fl:4s p. m. WNBC-WTIC— Kin K Cole Trio WOIl— Angostura Time 0:lM) p. m. \\ BRY-WCBS— Washington WATR--News nnd Sport* WOK- -Duroehcr Quiz Other Stations— News (1:15 p. m. WCBS— Once .Upon a Tim« VV13RY- -Columbia Work- Shop WNEC— Navy Recruiting WTIC— Strictly Sports \VJK- Chlttlson Trio . WATR— Munic of the Dny WWCO— Sports Ti-nc WGn— Guest Houi i 0:30 [ m. WTrC— MnsU-r Sir, rers WNEC — BoMton Ti nn 'nrty WATtt— New.i; HI sod Bits W.J5C-- Wlsmer, Sp rta WOR— News WWCO — Jn/.z Join- ial «:45 I', in. WBRY-WCBS — Lss:-y : ofleuer WTIC—Forum of > te Ir WNBC— Rfillfjlotw ^ev i WATR-WJX— Uibo . L.-!A WOK~-Stan Loma: -n. In' for Clayton i(,'n Policy ' our Business liar m. ov An* nn Monroi- MI Time Ubrury WBRYAVCES— Wi WTir-WNBC— Foi WATK-WJ54— It'i WOR -GUI-MS Wh- WWCO— Amorlcai 7:lii | WfiRY -Gu.M Van WCBS—Jcnn Subl WATR.WJX.-Son- 7. -.TO • ,'f.JRY-WCES— V vVTIC-WNBC— Ct ..•WATn-WJX- -Mu;.. WOTt- Word Stori- WWCO--N. E. In Won- -Answer -V WWCO F\ H. I... .uardln H:IH> p. in. WBPiY-WCBR-Stnr Timit PUC Orders 'Continued from Page One) westerly mi flcorKi'ntn'et to Cllfl slrri'l. tin-nee northerly on Cliff strci-t to TrowlirldK* pl«««'. tin-net- wistcrly on TrnwbrUI|{«! |)'«co t(i <iini(l.vciir uvciiiic. thcno<> northerly on G<i(i(l.v<'iir iivcnuc toJIIg-li- luiiil iivi-iniir, tht'iict- i-ii.stfily (in Illirhliind n v t- n n 0 to Mulnut .slrcct, tlifiici- northrrly on W«l- nut .street to Mlllvllle IIVMUIC, thence wcttcrl.v on Mlllvlllt uv- eiiue to Qulnn strcft, tlenu- northerly on Qulnn Mtrect to Surrey l>rJvt>, th«n<!t« wuntorlj on Nirrrey l»rlvc to North IloHOey strt-rt, thence NoirthriTly .on N'trtii J loinlley street tu C he-it nut strict, I henre ensterl.v on Clll-stllllt .Ht»-ot (<• 1'iirk avcndc, tliotlCe M<iuthir- I.V on i'ark iivenue to Griv<> street, tliiMice punt«rl.v on Gruri,- street to Hillside iivenue, thonif .southerly and ensterly on Illll<«l4i> iivenue to Mi-tiduw Mtrert. thvn«> southerly on IHi-n«low »tr<-et ID Division .vtrwt, tlieiice enstorl; on Division .street to Churcli street, thence southerly on Churcli street to Miiplt- utrvvt, thence ensV erly on Miiple street to tin: ter- irilnal, tde Borough will not piirklnt; on the west .mil north Hide of Meadow street lietwe.m Division street and Fulr- vlew aveiuir: From the terminal west on Mn- jile street (o Church Htreet, south on Church street to Kuhlx-r uv- eniie, \ve.st on Kiiliht-r avenue to lloiulley street, north on I loud- ley street to .Aefiui street, enst WTIC-WNEC—Life of Riley WATR-WJZ—Famous July Trials WWCO-WOP.—20 Questions 8:30 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Mayor of the Town WTIC-WNBC—Truth 1 or Conse- qucncen WATR-WJZ—I Deal In Crime WWCO—Leavcnworth vs. Naut;n- tuck Basketball Game WOR—Scramby-Amby 0:00 p. in- WBRY-WCBS—Your Hit Parnde WTIC-WNBC—Roy Rogers WATK-WJ2—Ganjr BuHters WOR—Gay White Way 0:30 p- m. WTIC-WNBC—Can You Top This WATR-WJZ—Murder & Mr. Malone WWCO-WOR—Leave It to 'the Girls 0:45 p, in. WBRY—Journeys In Jazz WCBS—Saturday Serenade 1U:00 p. ill. WTIC-WNBC—Judy Canova WATR—Leavenworth va. Naugatuck Resume WWCO-WOR—Chicago Theater 10:13 p- m. V/ERY-WCBS—This Is Hollywood 10:30 p. m. WTIC-WNBC—Grand Ole Opry WATR—Hayloft Hoedown V/JZ—Bob Elson 10:If. p. m. V/BRY—Hcrc'B to Veterans WCBS—Talks V/JZ—Hayloft Hoedown 11:00 p, m. ALL Stations—News 11:15 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Quincy Howe WTIC-WNEC—W. W. Chaplin WOR-WATR-WJZ—News WWCO—Sports; Rhythm at Random 11:3(1 p. m. WBRY—Ted Wccnw Orch. WCBS—Columbia Record Shop WTIC—Paul Clement Trio WNEC—Lomlmrdo Orch. WATR-WJZ—Carle Orch, WOH—Weather; Dance Orch. WWCO—Rhythm at Random ]!>:(HI Midnight ALL Stations—Nows Personal Mr. Ztuxarelli Legion Group Weds Waterbury Resident Today An out-of-town wedding of local merest took place this morning at 9 o'clock in Sacred Heart church, Waterbury, when John Joseph Zuc- w.relli; son of Mr. and Mrs. Patsy /J.iccnrelli, 512 South Main street, teak »g his bride, Lucy Marie POB- sl-lento, daughter of Mrs. Kath- oiine Possidento 'of Waterbury. Ti-.e Rev. Henry E. Quinn performed the ceremony. Sscprted to the mixed cut flower banked altar on the arm of her brother, Anthony T. Possidento, th i bride was attended by Miss Gertrude Possidento as maid of honor, ard Josephine Fossidunlo and Antoinette Zuccarelli as bridesmaids, Fi incisj Zuccareili served as best mtiri, with William Angiolello and At maud Rossi as ueliers. Theresa Tiema;;lio was vocal soloist. Bridal Gown '?hc bride was attired in a white satin gown designed with a sweetheart necklne trimmed with lace. Her chapel length French illusion yrii. was caught to a coronet «l e carried a prayer book merke'd with camellias and roses. Her nnaid of noonr wore a light blue tcffetta and ninon gown, cor- onoi'o; blue eequlns and veiling, and'ea-rjed a prayer book marked jwi'.h iweetpeas and carnations. Ths bridesmaids were gowned in plr k . atin dumask, and wore irutctii'ig accessories similar to these-of -the maid of honor's. f^ n-ception for 300 was held I'ol owing the ceremony at Linden Pa:k, with the couples' mothers attending in black ensembles. Out- of-'iown guests were from Bridge- POJ t, New Haven, Hartford, Fortch< ster, N. Y,, Pennsylvania, Rome, N. Y., New fal), N. Y, To Attend Annual Dinner Seven mambers and its Ladies' auxili: tend the annual Natio conference and dinner partment of Connectieu the Hotel Taft, New Haven. Relegates to attend 'auxiliary includts Mrs. Maxwell, president; I Broder, secretary; Mrs. cnt as wil ber. feature of the occasion display United of 18 silk 'flags Nations, the York city, and Euf- The couple plan a wedding trip Legal Noticei NOTICE Tiikn notice thnt n public hearing will bo held at S o'clock Fri- <lny rvuning, Frtbrunry 7, 19'IT in the Town Hull. Town of Beacon faiUs. Suite of Connecticut, oti the application or Gnrry Fuco to con- tluct ;i Usntl Car Dealer BiiHiness nn No. Main St., Beacon Falls, Conn. Dutctl at Bencon Falls, Connecticut, this 29th clay of Jammry JCM7, Attest: •['. W. SEMPU2NSKI EDWARD J. SMITH RALPH E, UPRIGHT Selectmen. NOTICE To the Lfgnl Vo-tcrs of the Town of Bi-ncon Fulls. A .special Town Mooting will ho held (it 7:^0 o'clock Thursday. February Cth In the Town Hall. Town of Beacon Falls, Conn., for the fniiowinK piirpoHes: Take action nn building it new town hull or rriovInK present building nnd take .-ictinn on a trunk sewer lino to l») put through the new mnln highway, find to transact any other business proper to come before MM id meet Ing, Dated at Beacon Falls, Connecticut, this 30th dny of January. 19-17. Attest: T W. SEMPLENSKI KDWARD J. SMITH RALPH E, UPRIGHT Selectmen. FRED C. CURTISS Town Clerk. on Ai'tnn street to Ihwhe niirlli on U»M'|M> Ntrcct to IIIIK! iivciuip, enHt on HI(rhLind .iivfiiuc, thence iisoutlliii'd uliovc. KOC/TE 3 Stiirtlnc ut the terminal, tlioncp westerly on Maple street tc Church Htrcct, thcnt'c northt'rl.i on Church Ntrcnt to Brldfce street, thfn<!<> (MiNterly on Brld({«! utroet to North Miiiii street, thence liartlirrly on North Main street to Prospect .street, thence easterly on 1'rospctt strtwt to Lines Iflll stront, retiirnlnfr from thlm point over the siime route to the terminal, ROUTE 4 From the junction or Maple und Wutvr Htrcetsi, <niNterly alonK Miii»lc .street, north iilone North Mnln s«rw>t to Brldtre street, then c e alonjf ]irldf;e Htreet, Church Htreet and Maple Htreet In South Main street, thence uloiiif South Muln to the> Pet<>r 1'uul Candy Company; returning from the 1'fter 1'iuil Ciuidy Com] puny on New Hnven ro«U to South M4iln street. North Muln .street to Bridge xtret't. thenc-e iiloiiK B r I U K o KtTcet, Cliurch .street mid Maple street to tin. 1 junction of Miiple and U'atcr I streets, It will be noted In connection with Route 2 that -the method of Operation is dependent entirely upon the action of the Borough of Nnugatuck with respect to the purkinK of automobiles on the west and north side of Meadow street. Some change in parking restrictions on the part of the borough may be necessary on that Htreet, in view of : '.he layout of Route 2 above. Transfer System The applicant is authorized and ordered to operate motor bus common carrier service over the foi-e- BolnR routes for u temporary period of 90 clays from the date upon which such service is begun. Ap- pll'iant shall commence such ser- t'lc • wi-chin .fifteen days from the tains •ec-Ipt of this finding;. The maxi- nu ii rate of fare for Routes 1-4. i id jHivn, ns set forth above, shall I e 10 cents per person for trnns- I >ruitlon from ;my point on a giv- c r itito to any other point on such !•• ift • nnd, through the issuance of ti in fcrs, at no extra charge, to at / point on nny of these routes. Uf. ir. expiration of the temporary (•<-•> .oJ of 90 days, the applicant, thi l ;proBcntnlives of the Borough nno he Town or any other inter- estc 1 party to New York city and Buffalo, the bride's traveling outfit being black wiih matching accessories. Upon their re-turn they will reside at 510 South Main street. Unusual Two-Way ' Turbans Harry Shaw of Now Haven During the evening a ic flag by Miss Elizabe North Haven .and vocal Fred Feegel of East Han be heard. Dinner will DC served o'clock with dancing ti Nearly all of the 319 u Legion posts of the state represented. Ticket Sales For "Blithe Spirit" General ticket sales and exchanges for subscription holders for the play, "Blithe Spirit" to be presented by the Playmakers Feb. 3oc >++++++++ +4 ^> mer he" Nauga)oat, No. 17 ry will at- al Defense of the pe- tonigiht at aven. from the Margaret Mrs. Mae Marsha-ll en Gerbor. .11 be pres- ibera. Marward Gcr- iromincTice >rogram. A wijl be a < of the roperty of .•en tribute' to t.h Poll of >olos ' by Tnpton will at. 8:30 o follow. jnits and te will bo dal— Frai Waterbury Girl Becomes Bride) Of Local Man luarrlafje vows were exchanged this morning: in Our Lady of Mount Carnie! church, Waterbury, when Louis Sequenzia, son of Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Sequenzla of South Main street, took as hia bride, Mary Mwgaret Forte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pasquale Forte, of Waterbury. The Rev. Patrick W. Flynn performed the ceremony ao the bride was presented by her father. Palms and roses banked the altar, nnd .the musical program was provided by Joseph Bergantino, cousin. of trie bride, who sanjj Ave Maria accompanied at the organ by Winifred G-ianaini. The bride wore a white tafetta gown .designed along old-fashioned lines and lace trimmed. Her "fingertip veil was caught to a 1 Apiece of stephanotis and she ca: • . 1 a prayer book marked with tL- <ne flower.- Her .attendant Miss Ann Gambino wore aqua lame and a matching Viiit, and carried a cascade ol Camellias. The bride's mother attended in a black and white print dress, black accessories, and the hi-iHf»c*rrtnnrt 'e rYmVhni, "urni'ii a Hljjnlf i~~»^»«y.w»«w» »• • ternal j Local Resident Marries Today In Waterbury In the Blessed Sacrament tfhurch, Waterbury, this moi-ning at 3 o'clock the Rev. Edward L.'. Morrison united in marriage Miss Doris Agnes Gladding, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gladiling of Wa terbury, and Bernard Charles Ard— ry of Naugatuck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ardry of South Williamsport, Pa. Presented in marriage by her father the bride_ was attended by Miss Ruth Grube'r as maid of honor, and Miss Florence Frappie os bride-smaid. Clair Ardry, brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man. and ushers were Edward Ardry, another brother, and Eugene Gladdins, brother of t'he bride. Traditional wedding music was furnished, and the altar banked with carnations. The bride was costumed in a white brocaded satin frown fashioned with a sweetheart neckline. and lone wrist pointed sleeves. Her full Ifineth veil was trimmed with lace and she carried a shower hououet of white roses and oarna- !J bns. Attendants Hor n.t.t.pnd.int wnrr .1 fitted hrn- ensemble. Each wore a corsage of red camellias. A dinner for 85 and reception for 150 was held at the Club Esquire following the ceremony, with out- oi'-town guests from New Haven, Hartford and .New York, The couple plan a wedding trip to Miami Beach, Fla., the 17 and 18 will be conducted at 'the I traveling in a black dress, „...., same time in the parish house on ! coati b ] a ck persian asc^t scarf and bride grey Feb. 3 and 5 in the afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock, Feb. 7 from 7 to 9 o'clock, Feb. 10 and afternoon, and Feb. 12 In the in the evening, it was announced today by Mrs, Rosa Davis, chairman of ticket sales. muff. Upon their return they will reside on South Main street, Waterbury. NACGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), SATURDAY, Salem Next 3 Days Catherine McLeod one of .the stars of "I've Always Loved You" her* for 3 day run. ' • Funerals Tri-Hi-Y To Meet Monday An important meeting of the Tri- Hi-Y will be held Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Y. M C. A., at which time plans will be discussed regarding future meetings, All members are requested to attend. •' .'.-•Raymond Loman Engaged To Wed . Mr. and Mrs; Ange'Jo Pastor of Waterbury, announce the cn'ga'ge- mcnt and coming marriage of thetr daughter. Nancy, to Raymond Loman, son of Mr. and Mrs, Anthony Loman, 5 Prospect street, which will take place April 14 in ; the Church of Our Lady of-. Lourdea, Waterbury. Entertaining House; Guests Mr. nnd Mrs. Warren Dl Abel, 243 Millvillo avenue, are entertaining ever the week-end. Mrs. Abel's daughter, Miss Marion Baldwin and granddaughter, Mis.5 Jane Silloway, buth of Boston, MP-SS. be at liberty to prop'so any changes in these rout . that they believe are re- qulri-' by public convenience and nece: ity or by public safety and such jhanges, If nny, can be the subjc ' of consideration at a fur- •thcr icnring, if a heat-ing be found necessary. R2358 P \TTtRN No, H235g A snia 1 piot-'i of jersey, an hoii with you • crochet hook and Ihesi flattering turbans are yours. Wear them plai i or add a brilliant pin and you a. <>. dressed for daytime o evening. A must for your ward robe! Pattern c ivolope No. R2358 con comp ete easy-to-read anc easy-to-follo\ • directions for the above two-w.iy turbans. Our new "0-page multicolored "Book of Nc -die Arts" containing five free pa-ti ivns, and many other suggestions for dressing up your home and yourself, is a homemak- cr's ti-casure. Send your request foi this book to the address listed be low, enclosing twenty cents (20c) in coin to cover the cost and mailing charges. To obtain this pattern, send 15 cents in COINS, giving your name, address and zone number 'to Peggy Roberts, Naupatuck Daily News, P, O. Box 100, Station G, New York 19, N. Y. (Released by The Bell-Syndicate, Inc.) Mils :11 shells in the fresh waters 01 north Arkansas yield pearls, und tl shells themnelves are ex- tenaiv, 1 • us<;d for the manufacture of pen:-l buttons. BDJIJ ESS TJJAI.VIXG FOR VETERAN'S •ie • CIDN.OCH Feb. 3rd COLLEGE 21 Cmti .1 Avc. Walerbury Phone 4-8772 The ec-called "lead" pencil contains no lead at oil, The core is composed of a form of smooth graphite, mixed with clay in proportion of about 10 to seven. FRED'S HI-WAY GRILLE 6(11 South Muln St. Regular Dally Dinner SOc up A La Carte Menu Spaghetti To Take Out Bunquet Room, Cocktail Lounge Full Liquor License Listen to Al Vestro's Play-By-Play Broadcast LEAVENWORTH VS. NAUGATUCK BASKETBALL GAME SATURDAY NIOHT — 8:30 P. M. 1240 ON YOUR DIAL 1210 ON YOUR, DIAL WWCO Presented by ARMSTRONG TIRE HEADQUARTERS JOE'S TIRE SHOP, Joe Samoska, Prop. *U NO. MAIN ST., WATERBURY Ollies Radiator Shop 18 PROSPECT-ST. TEL. 5541 Union City Auto Radiators Repaired, Cleaned and Re-Cored Work Called For and Delivered ALL WORK GUARANTEED OlUe Le Due, Prop. REFRIGERATION SERVICE Electric Appliance Co. 1944 Baldwin St. Wat, — Tel. 4-4242 Skating Party Planned By Scouts A roller skating and ice skating party will be held by Girl Scout troop, No. 31, Sunday afternoon. Those planning to attend are requested to assemble on The Green ut 1:30 o'clock. The t'l'oup will be accompanied by Mlse Helen Sutor, leader. Past Pocahontas Club To Meet Members of the Past Pocahontas club of Ramona Council, Degree of Pocahontae, will meet Tuesday evening. Feb. -i, at the home of Mrs, Nellie Lawton on South Main street, at g o'clock. Installation of officers of the council will be held Feb. ,11 in Odd Fellows' hall. / Weather In which you can't hang out clothes you'v« just washed doesn't bother UN. All clothes sent here lire done Indoors In u innde-to-or<ir:r atmosphere that assures oilorlessly clean laundry, And, of courses delivery IN dependable. In rain or slilno, sleet or snow. Two Students In Missouri Two 'students from Naugatuck are among the 13,000 enrolled in the spring semester at Washington university, St. Louis, Mo. They are: Henry S. Marlor, Jr., 82 Fairview avenue, a freshman in the School of Law; and Sona Faith Moran, daughter of Mrs. H. B. Moran, 1GG Meadow street, a freshman in the College of Liberal Arts. Next Week At The Y The T:-i Hi- Y ciub will -meet on Monday night Feb. 3 to .hear Dr. Franklin Warren of Waterbury tell of his experiences in. .the Philippines 'during World War 11 .He wil show movies taken 'by himself during 'h'is tour of duty as an army lieutenant. , The. speaker at the Y's Men's Club on Tuesday at 6:30 will be Thomas J. Seeney of ths Waterbury office of the F. B.' I. Volley ball will follow the Spikers playing the Setters in a grudge match. Wednesday evening will see the renewal of the Industrial League basketball-feud, High School Vets v.5. Eastern Malleable Iron at 7:30 p. m. and -U. S. Rubber Vs. Chemical Co. at 8:30 p. m. With last week's games ending with one point differences, good games are promised. In the Senior House League on Friday night '.he following games will be played. 7 p. m., Dog House i'.s. Ice H-ousc.; 7:45, Gns House vs. Hot House; 8:30, Green House vs. Light House. Saturday morning will see the Midgets and Juniors going througih their drill preparatory to the Annual Gym Exhibition now scheduled for May 2 and 3. caded gold satin gown, matching headdress with shoulder length veil, nile t'reen mitts and carried a bouquet of carnations. The bridesmaid wore a pink fitted cel- anesc nylon frown with long: sleeves, pink headdress with shoulder length veil and carried carnations. A wedding breakfast for !)0 guests was held following the ceremony at .the Hotel Elton, after which a reception for 200 was held at the Quaker Inn. The bride's mother attended in a green gabardine dress with brown accessories, and the bridegroom's mother in a black and white dress with black necessaries. Out-of-town guest* were from South ' Williamsport, Naugatuck, Detroit, Mich., Ansonia, Seymour, Mcridcn and Waterbury. The couple plan a wedding trip to New York, the bride traveling In a green suit with black accessories. Wiggleswofths In Florida Mr. and Mrs. Georpe " Wigg-les- worili of Oak stree-t are vacationing in. Florida. Leaves Today For Florida . Louis Frcilich of Waterbury, an employe" of; Rubin's 'store on Church street, leaves today for a vacation in Florida. ' M. Barry Keegan GLAMOUR PORTRAITS. 108 Bank St. Waterbury Jones Morgan Bldg. Tel. 4-5384 Mrs. Erall Brodcur Funeral services for Mrs. Ann (Guertin) Brodeur, C3, wife of Emil Brodeur nnd mother of Mrs. Charles O'Connor, 192 Andrew avenue, who died Thursday at her home in Hartfci-d, will he held Monday morning from the Cola^anto Funeral Home, Waterbury to St. Ann's church, Waterbury. Burial will be in Calvary cemetery. W;>- lerbury, and friends may call -at the funeral home lodjy and tomorrow fiom 2 to 10 p. m. CONVICTED . .;• A New Haven man is slated to die in the electric chair April' 7tft after fyMng convicted of muMer In the first degree. Robert Bradley W3s found guilty of slaying three men • in order «o stoail th<=ir automobiles. . As the condemned man left the c'l-bwded courtroom, his wife—who had testified in his behalf—remarked—"I'm satisfied." Reicrled Bradley. ."So am I.." Modic.il services cost the average American farm family $39 a. year, equivalent to about 4 per cent of nil the £Oods und services for 'the family living on the farm. I.ADIKS' FLANNBC NIGHTGOWNS Reg. Size — $2.39 X-Size — $2 69 . STORE :. 14 Sl>RING Just Arrived!! The New General Mills Tru-Heat Electric Iron . The iron Botty Crocker is talking aliout. Look at tin's.' ft'Atures: . . 1—Tru-II>;:il, Fabric Selector' 2—Tru-Fit.. Handle <. 3—Safety Side -ItoSI: .Bar ' . 4—All Around SlanU-d Kdffc S—Pernianently Attached 'Coril Now Avnilalilc At LPUNDRYCD. PMONEi4-4l06.fcOCOTTA6E PL THE CHINA INN 11 HiirrlHun Ave. At Lpuvenworlh \VttttfltHry SprrlullxlnK. .Ill ChlnvM- und .-X^iKTlrikn IllHlirtt ' Stop in After the Theater Oiipn Unify 11 11. m.. (« 10'ti, m. SiimluyN m niiou to 10 P. .m> CluHtd ull. fluy Mundayt • Bill's Danbury Hatter 57 SOUTH MAIN ST. Win. Mariano, Prop.' Men's Hats Cleaned, Blocked Factory Methods NEW HATS FOR SALE Hats Made to Order SECRETARIAL BKI'OIITINO .'• Dtrrluimirut In Grvcr Bhiirthuud to 160 WIHII. New Group brclnri Jan. S7, 1047. KvrnlDEii ut 0 1'. M.. THE PERRY SCHOOL "OFFICIAL GBEGCJ SCHOOL" Brown Bldr. W«t»r»«/ PAINT HARDWARE HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES ETC. Free Delivery CANS, Inc. Maple Street Tel. 3507 REMINGTON and SCHICK ELECTRIC SHAVERS SCHICK SHAVERSETS G. K. Table Model Radios Portable Electric Record Players G. E. Electric Mantle Clocks Electric Irons HAWLEY HARDWARE 102 CHURCH STREET 4J3 No. Main St. Union City CLOSING OUT! Children's ROCKING CHAIRS tpl«5/o UP .JUVENILE FURNITURE BEACON KIDDIE CENTER 73 GRAND STREET Watcrbrry Storu Open Friday Night Until 8 O'clock GET A JEEP Vnnr WIM.YS-OVKItl.AND Dealer LIBERTY MOTORS, Inc. llarrlmm • A Off KxclutiKr 1'lnrr. •rhoD* 5-KS02 FOR RANGE OR FUEL OIL TEL. 5618 Bill's Fuel Oil Service 5!) Woodland Slroct "Bill" Mnrlnclll, Prop. RUG CLEANING and DYEING Also Specializing In Dyeing Ex-Servlcemcn's Uniforms THOMAS DYE WORKS 64 1'EARL ST. _ 3-7105 Wuterbury FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 DAY or NIGHT Independent Cab Co. 4 OAK STRKET PARTS und SERVICE. ON AI-I- MAKES OF CARS B & M Motors, Inc. NutiKudiclt'x Hudson Agency Ueneral Repairing ;.; , JW-K2 SOUTH MAIN S». :, Tel. M41 ' CAHS WINTERIZED CHAPPIE'S AMOCO GASOLINE SERVICE STATION 1 248 BRIDGE ST. TEt. Mi-MIM.AN MOTOR <>lk« : WAT.KER TCRNKR Tallin nntl- 1-loof Mwlr.l 15 M DRILL PRESSES :x $90 to $111.75 Complete, With. Motor. MILL SUPPLIES* ?JSAVINGS..£T Tf k S 2J4i WEISS' Ben Franklin Store 152 CHURCH STREET . Mot Off The Juke Boxes! ! POPULAR RECORDS 25c SSI NORTH MAC* ST. Oly - Tel. RUPTURE TRUSSES ArvaMttlr fitted t* roar rrqalrrmriit* &v j/ avei\ of Waterbury 206 Bank St. 5-0013 Waterbury VERPLEX SHADES 60c to $9.05 STRISIK'S W Center St. WatsrDury. Conn RE-WEAVING Team, acid and cigaret burns beautifully repaired. EMBRUSKI RUST CRAFT SPECIAL I t |s) TIN E S VALENTINES > CHILDREN For Sweetheart Husband - Re Thousands of , Humorous or BAG of VALENTINES Come in 29c - 59c - 79c Se i e ction li — The Card and Gift Shop —-^ SWEENEY'S 213 "CHURCH STREET 'ART STATIONEBYl

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