By BILL FARRINGTON
Henry J. Kaiser, noted Industrial
1st, will be the speaker today at the
Metropolitan Opera Victory Rally
broadcast over WATR and the Blue
Network as part of the presentation
of Thomas’ opera "Mlgnon.”
Kaiser will speak at 3:02 p. m., on
"Peace and Free Enterprise.” pis
talk will be a part of the genera]
theme of the series: ‘‘The Fight for
At the Opera Forum Quiz at 4:08
p. m„ Olln Downes presides. The
experts answering questions sent In
by listeners are Sigmund Spaeth,
Robert Bagar, and George Marek.
Rise Stevens sings the title role
In "Mlgnon” with James Melton,
Mlml Benzell, Ezio Pinza and oth
ers. Wilfred Pelletier conducts. The
performance la another In the se
ries sponsored again this year by
the Texas Company.
Eleanor Steber, young dramatic
■oprano who h one of the most
glamorous divas of the Met, will
be the guest star Sunday, Jan. 28,
on “The Metropolitan Opera Pre
■enta,’’ at 5:30 p. m. over WATR
and the Blue Network. With her
will be Wilfrid Pelletier and the
Met Opera orchestra and a con
tender for a Met contract.
Eleanor Steber, soprano of the
Metropolitan Opera Presents” on
Sunday, Jan. 28, at 5:30 p. m., over
Station WATR In a program of
operatic arias. An outstanding
young ringer will also be heard as
a candidate for a Met contract.
Wilfrid Pelletier will conduct.
Roy Acuff welcomes little Becky
Barfield os the guest star on
“Grand Ole Opry,” tonight at 10:30
p. m., over NBC Stations when she
sings, with the Golden West Cow
boys accompanying her, “Freight
Train Blues.” A new favorite,
"Jealous Heart,” nnd a sacred song,
“Olory’s Coming,” arc sung by Roy
Acuff. Other musical hlghspots in
clude “Pretty Little Pink” and “Sal
ly Goodin,” played by the Smoky
Mountain Boys; Mack McGarr, his
mandolin and "Goofus;” “Smoky
Mountain Moon,” a duet by Rachel
and Oswald; “Sweet Adeline,” har
monized by the Old Hickory Sing
er*, and a Tommy Magness’ fiddle
nolo, “Wagoner.” The Duke of Pa
ducah (Whitey Ford) talks about
yvomen working In men’s Jobs, and
Minnie Pearl reports on the social
didoes down In Grinder’s Switch.
Phil Baker’s ‘'Take It or Leave
It” I* the only quiz pros rum rank
ing among the “Top Ten," In the
moot recent Pacific Coast listener
survey. Baker Just started his
fourth years as ”th ema nwith the
$44 question,” Sundays over CBS
at 10 p. m.
A popular duo and a famous trio
get together whru Lum and Abner
drop In on The Andrews Sisters
Show on Sunday, at 4:30 p. m., over
Station WATR. The boys try to sing
but then stick to drama: the girls
Iry to act but qulrkly turn to rhy
thm with "Begin The Bcgulnc” and
T'm In A Jam With Baby.” Other
foot-tapping tunes include “Hang
Your Head In Shame." ‘T’m An
Old Cowhand,” "My Heart .Sings"
and "Red River Valley.” Helping
out on the comedy and music are
I»llm Comedian George "Gabby"
Hayes; Victor Schoen and his or
chestra: and Poy Willing and his
Riders ol the Purple Sage.
The Inside story of the FBI s ex
pose ol the "Merchants or Hate",
those Americans wrho betray their
heritage ol freedom to peddle dis
unity and sedition, forms another
exciting drama In “The FBI In
Peace and War ’ series on Satur
day, January 27, at 8:30 p. m., over
Station XXXXX. Based on a chap
ter from Frederick L. Collins popu
lar book, "The FBI In Peace and
War”, the story deals with an
American Fascist who wore his black
shirt of hate, sowing doubt and
discontent during war time, until
the FBI cracked down on him. The
thrilling series Is directed by Max
Jessica Dragonettc sings "Every
Time We Sny Goodbye", one ol Cole
Porter's songs In "Seven Lively
Arts", on the CBS "Saturday Night
Serenade" WABC-CBS, 9:45-10:15
p. m. tonight. As an encore she
chooses "Kiss Me" from Noel Cow
Tenor Bill Perry’s solos include
“I’m Making Believe” by Monaco,
and the "Cuban Love Song" by
Stothart, McHugh and Fields.
68 Grand St.
One of England's ranking stars,
Sarah Burton, will be the featured
player on "Grand Central Station."
Saturday, January 27, at X p. m.,
over CBS stations. Miss Burton's
last American appearance was with
Lulse Rainer In the revival of Sir
James M. Barrie’s "A Kiss Por Cin
derella." She'll be supported by child
actor Alastalr Kyle, recently seer
In ‘"This Rock”; Berry Kroegei
whose new play, "The Tempest,'
bows In on Broadway, January 24;
Fay Baker, of "Harriet"; and Her
bert BerghofT, recently featured In
the Christmas season revival of
Henry Mongenthau, Secretary of
the Treasury, will deliver a brief
address on the weekly labor program
Labor—U. S. A., presented by the
CIO through the cooperation ol
WATR and the Blue Network, to
night at 6:45 p. m„ EWT.
The first six months of the 12
month series are devoted to the CIO
with news and views of members ol
that organization broadcast to lis
teners each Saturday. The Anal six
months of 1945 will be concerned
with AFL activities.
• • • • •
WJZ—770 — WABC—MO
WEAF—660 — WOR—710
WHN—1050 — fVQXR—1500
H:"0—WEAF—First Piano Quartet
WOK—News, 1*. Robinson
W.JZ—Kay Armen, Hongs
Teil Weing and Orch.
WABC—News; Let's Pre
tend, NIjr Mack
11:15—WOK—Music; Talk; Songs
11:30—WKAF—Smilin' Ed McCon
nell, Poster Brown Gang
WABC—Billie Burke Hhow
11:45—WJZ—Shopper, Luis Kong
12:UU—WEAF—News, Clyde Kit tell
WOK—Man on the Farm
WJZ—Jean Tig he, Songs
WAC—Theater of Today:
WJZ— Kadie Harris
WOK—News, H. Gladstone
WJZ—N>f.s; Farm and Home
Harry Kogen Orch.
W A BC—Holly wood Stars:
12:45 — WOK The Answer Man
1 :U0—WKA F—Saturday Rhythms:
Milton Katlm Orch.
WOK—Kitn. Claude Pepper,
Judge (F. Collins
1:30—W10A F -The Baxters, Drama
WOK — Symphonies for Youth
Bos Angel*** Phil
WJZ Soldiers With Wings
WABC'—Reports to the Na
tion: John Daly
1 .43—WI0AF—War Telescope
2:U0—WI0AF—These Are Our Men;
WJZ Metropolitan Opera:
WABC—Of Men and Books
2:15—WAHC —Science Adventures
2:30—WEAF Musicana: Joseph
WOK News. Leo Egan
WABC—Carolina Hay ride:
Southern Fork Music
2:13—WOK- - Stanley Mux ted
3:00—WEAF—Orchestras of Na
tion: Baltimore Symphony
WOK—This Is Halloran;
WABC—The Land Is Bright:
I >ra ilia t Iza t Ion
3:30—WoK- Where Arc They Now
WAU<! -Syncopation Piece
3:43 -WABC—Job for Tomorrow
4:00—WEAF -Doctors Look Ahead
Dr. W. W. Bauer
WOK—-News, Leo Egan
WABC Washington Report
4 :15—WOK—John Richards Orch.
WA BO—••Overscan Report
4:3J-—WEAF—Music on Display:
WoK--Music for Half Hour,
WARt ’• -Assignment Home
0:00— WEA F—Grand Hotel: Drama
WoK— l’noli# Don
WABC -Philadelphia Orch.:
5:15—WOK—-Names In Action
D:3(K—WKA F—-John W. Vamlercook
\V<»K -Bob Sherwood orch.
WJZ—To Be Announced
5:45—WEAF—Tin Pan Alley (>t Air
WJZ - Hello, Sweetheart
| 6 00—WEAF- News, D. Hollenbeck
W< >R—Sydney Mosulcy
WJZ- News; Bruno Shaw
WABC—Quincy Howe, Nows
0; 15— W EA F— Friendship Ranch :
WOK Strictly Personal
WJZ Harry Wlsmer. Sports
W A BC — People’s Platform;
6:30—WOR -News, Van Deventer
WJZ - I'M wat*d Tomlinson
t; 45—WEA F Dr. Walter Van KIrIf
WOK- Sport.*, Stan Lomax
WJZ- - Labor. H. S. A.
WABC -World Today; News
7:00—WEAF — World’s Great Nov
els: Count of Monte Cristo
WJZ—News Flom Abroad
WABC—Mayor of the Town:
7:15—WJZ - Behind Stowe
7:30— WEAF—'The Saint, drama,
WOK- Arthur Ha4e
WJZ* Meet Your Navy:
From Great Lakes
WABC—America In the Air
7:43 — WOK-~The Answer Man
WO it —News, Frank Slngiscr
WABC—Danny Kayo Show,
Harry James’ orch.
8:15—Woll Bob Stanley Orch.
8:30—WEAF—Truth or Conse
ouonci*h, Ralph Edwards
*Wo|t- -Detroit Symphony
WA BC—F. B. I. mi Peace and
WJZ Boston Symphony
etnon shrdlu.lirdlu shrdluu
shrd etn .. ..„ ,..r aoln etaolnun
etaoln III 111.rdlu caolnnnn
0:00—W EAF —National Burn Dunce
Joe Kelly, Others
WABC—Your Hit Parade:
9:30—WEAF Can You Top This?
Jan Savlttj Quiz
9 45—WABC—Jessica Dragonette,
G. Haenschen orch.
10:00—WEAK—Judy Canova Show:
Mel Blanc. Others
ntS — I
I'llKH I'l. kan
01A I. S-IUTU
SOU NORTH MAIN ST.
"v^. v;ti *+•*
“Lum and Abner/' famous rural
radio comics, Join in the music
and merriment when they appear
as fuest stars on the Andrews Sis
ters Show on Sunday, Jan. 28, over
WATIt and Blue Network at 4:30
p. m. In private life, they arc Chet
Lauck (above) and Norris Goff
Me'or' • Time
1:00—Newn; Melody Time
1:1 S—lie rule Man's Orcli.
1:4o—< 'anil vul
6:4 5 —Hello Sweetheart
0:00- — Yankee .Network News
5:15—Tea. For You
0.1 s,—llarry Winner, Sports
lilts And Hitn: News
0:45—Labor, U. S. A.
7:^0— Line L'orren, ondents Abroad
7:30- Meet Your Navy
K:00 Karly A...eri< an Faroe Music
K: 50— Hog ton Symphony
0:30 -Spotlifjht Hands: Coronet
10:00- Ai ty It motel 1 SJ «>w
10:50- Tlie Man Failed X
11:00—Yankee Network News
ll:iG—Snarly Valley Jam borne
1590—W BR Y-96
11:30—The I:. 11 i«• lim k • Show
12:00 -Theater of Today
12:50 — Starn Over Hollywood
1:00--Gra ml Central .Station
1:30—Report to tin* Nation
2:00—Of Mon and Mook.s
2:15—High School Victory Theater
3:00—The Lund Ik Bright
3:45—.lob For 'Tomorrow
4:00—Report From WaHhIntfton
4:15—Report From OveraeaH
6.00— Quincy Howe and the New«
6:45 - 'The World Today
6:55—March of Dltnea—Frank
7:00— The Mayor of the Town
7;30- America, in the Air
8:00 - The Danny Kaye Show
8:30—FBI In Peace and War
8:55- Boh 'Trout and the News
0:00—Vo nr HI I Parade
9:45—‘Symphony of Melody—Allen
JO: 15- Here ('omen 1C liner
1 I :00—News
11:10—Roc a| News
11:15—fJeorut; Olson Oreh.
11:30—Den Brown Oreh.
ROBIN IN DECEMBER
Gary, Ind. <UP> — Mrs. Stanley
Cutler and her daughter, Jean,
wonder If Kpring Isn’t closer to
December—for that's when they
saw their first robin. Jean called
her mother's attention to the bird
when lie Joined others several
times on the table she has reserved
for feeding the fowls.
WOll— Chicago Theater:
H. Weber <>r< h.,
W.IZ Andy Run.all Show,
< 'onnlc Hay nos
1 0:15—W A HP- H*re Pomes Klmcr:
A| Pearce, other*
10:30 — W KAK- Fraud Tile Opry:
Roy Acuff, Otto rn
WJZ The Man < ailed \
10:4 5-— W ARP TalkH
11:00 — WFAF Ne w.m, Ryle Van
W< 111 Nt'Wi , \ an l)c\ enter
W.IZ Nhwh; Bruno Shaw
WAM« ' New ; .Maj. «5. I
11:15—WFAF-- W. W Mmplin, New#
\VuR Herald Tribune ,Ww»
W.IZ It'* Murder, hriuiui
WADC Tjeorttc <d*on',< orrh.
11:30—VVIsAT I Sinttalii the Wlngu;
Sgi. M. Hlucrtone
Wok Srndy Valley
.1 a mhorc'c
W.IZ Meorge paxton’M
WARP—Rea krown's Oreli.
j i hCfc
DISTRICT of WATKHUIJHY, aa.
PRORATE COURT, Jan. 2Gth, A.
I>. 194a. ESTATE of M A It V h.
ARMOUR, late of Watorbury, in
Hjild Dlatrict, deceaaed.
Upon f l» •• application of The
riTIZICNS & MANIJ KACTIIR KRH
NATIONAL IIAN'K of WATER
DITHV by THOMAS F. MOORK,
TRUST OFFICER, prayln* that
letter* of adniinlHtrution may be
granted on wild Fatah, aa per ap
plication on file more fully uppeura,
ORDERED, That aald application
lx- hoard and determined at the
Probate Office In Waterbary, In
Ha I d Dlatrict, on the l*t day of
February A. In 1945 at 9:30 o’clock
In the forenoon, Faatern War Time,
and that, notice be prlvon of the
pendency of Maid application, and
the time and place of hearing
thereon by puhliahluir the aame one
time In Home newspaper having a
circulation In said District, alao by
leaving with or by mailing In reg
istered letter, poatnge prepaid from
Waterbury, a copy of thin order to
MRS. MA MO Alt FT S’llFA, ah she la
fJiiardlan ad llf< in for* WARY b.,
DOROTHY E. and Wild JAM D.
ARMOUR, minora, on or before the
29th dnv of January 1045.
MAROCHRITF M FA 11 Y.
f-27-lt AhmU clerk
Notice la gI veil to all perron* in
the Town of UroMpeet, liable to pay
the Old Age Aralatance Tine, that
aijch tax «•(* three dollars I* due and
payable Feb. I, I 94R. 'Paxes re
maining unpaid March I. I94?>, will
be aubjeet to a penalty of one
Dated at Proapect, Conn.,
January 27, 1945. 1-27-11
For Best Results At Lowest Cost Use Democrat Want Ads
VT .. li Ml.dm II ■■■!«l
5 Uwt And Pound
MAN'S —Orucn wrist watch, loaf
vicinity Mill St. and Lido Theatei
Sat. Eve. Reward. 4-7404.
valuable papers, sum of money
Tel. 3-3489. Reward.
LOST—BLACK AND WHITE DOG.
ANSW ERS TO NAME OP
■MICKEY." PLEASE CALL 3-6410.
HAVING LOST—My "A” gas ration
book Issued by the local board
application is hereby made for a
new one. Chester Orendzlslewskl
47 Lounsbury Ave.
HAVING LOST—My No. 4 ration
book Issued by the local board
application Is hereby made for a
new one. Rodger Wutzl, Christian
LITTLE BROWN SPITZ DOG
LOST — Answers to ‘'Chubby,"
Shaggy hair. Call 4-0780.
GIRL S RAINCOAT—Lost on Wa
terury-Hartford Bus Sunday, Jan.
14th. Reward. Phone 3-5987.
HAVING LOST—Passbook No. 133,
765, Issued to me by The Water
bury Savings Bank, I hereby make
application for a new one to re
place same. Mrs. Mary Kelly.
HAVING LOST — My pocketbook
and (3) No. 4 ration books, Issued
by the local board. Application Is
hereby made for new one. Eliza
beth R. Hanlon. Reward.
INCOME TAX RETURNS
A reliable, experienced Tax Ac
countant will prepare your personal
or business return. For appointment
PLEASE CALL ME before you sell
your chickens or poultry. Call
3-9086 or at 11 Union St.
INCOME TAX—Take advantage of
the allowable deductions due to 1
changes in tax laws. Call evenings.
Dental Plates Repaired 3 Hrs. $ 1.00
Your old plate made like new up
CITY DENTAL LABORATORY 1
161 East Main St. Dial 3-8086
PASSENOER—Mt. Tobe Road dc- ,
sires transportation to Grand St.,
Waterbury by 7:45 a. m. dally.
8 Auto and Truck Dealer*
A SAFE PLACE TO BUY OR SELL
182 Watertown Ave. Dial 4-6109
DeSoto ana Plymouth
JOHN J COLLIN8. INC.
38 Willow Street Dial 3-2124
‘CARL & WALT, INC. — Wood
bury, Conn. Phone Wood. 68. Good
used cars bought and sold.”
9 Autos and 1 rucks For Sale
WE WILL BUY YOUR CAR!
1941 Champion 2-Door Sedan
J. G. MOTORS
17 Willow St. Dial 3-2131
1935 PACKARD SEDAN
Good rubber and mechanically o. k.
for sale. Good tires. Tel. 4-8205
39 PLYMOUTH — 4 door Sedan.
Heater and radio. $540. Waterbury
Motors, Inc., Phone 4-5129.
GROVE USED CAR EXCHANGE
14 Grove St. Dial 4-6971
4TATK of ruN'NK* 'TH X*T, DIS
TRICT of WATKIMIL'IIV. sa. PRO
RATK COURT, .fun. 1 i th, 19 4*1.
KSTATK of MAUCAKKT M. UY
AN, lato of the town of Wilier*
bury, In *uid district, deceased.
The < 'oiirt of Probate for the I>i.s
rb-t of Wuterbury, hath limited
ind allowed six months from the
late hereof for- the creditor** of i :i id
•state to c.vhlhit tliejr claims for
M-f t lenient. Those who neglect to
ircucnl their Account*. properly al
erted, within Hitld time. will he
lebarn d n recovery. All persons
nd* hied f<. mid estate, are request*
d to make lnirncdlnt,e payment to
Kr.eent rix. I
IPlea; a fit si.. Waterbary, Conn.
Per (*i der of font I
M A ItOi: KKlTK M. KAIIY,
|.25-3t Asst. Clerk.
?TATK of CONNECTICUT, 1 »1 S
TRK'T of WATKRRIJRY, r<*. PRO
RATK COURT, Jan. 25th, PUS.
KSTATK of KLKA M. JIOKTJIKK. -
late of the town of Waterbary, (;
In aald district, deeeftHed.
The foart of Probate for the
District of Waterbary, hath limited
Hid allowed six months from the
late hereof for the creditor* of said
•state to exhibit their claim* for
lettlement. Those who nejflact to
ire He nt their accounts, properly
ittested. within raid time, will he
1obarred a recovery. All persons In
iehted to said estate are requeited r
o make Immediate payment to a
Adml nlstr.it or.
lift Pembroke Ave.,
per Order of Court
HAIMtY F. HOJfiTHKK,
1-25-31 Clerk. .
NOTICK OF APPLICATION
Thl* I* to k!v«- noth o that I,
l»eter T. llablb, of 1 o I llnrper*
Kerry Road, Waterbary, Conn., have f
lied an application dated Jan. 25th, j
1945, with the Liquor Control Com- ,
Mission for a Oroeery Meer Permit
'or the sale of alcoholic liquor oil ?
he premises, S50 Meriden Road,
Waterbary, Conn The business Is -
■ wned by Peter T. llablb, of 101 ■
Harpers Ferry Road, Waterbury, -
*onn , and will be conducted by
I'eter T. llablb, of 101 Harpers
Ferry Road, Waterbary. Conn., u*
pi;ti:r t harm?. 1
Dated Jan. 194.. 1 -27 2-3 C
Buy Wor Bonds *
10 Auto Part* A Accessories
JIMMY'S Oarage. 73 Ward. 5-1203
AUTO PARTSfor be,t
Johnson's Auto Parts Also John
son wants to buy any make of car
for Junk. Opposite Lakewood Park.
1803 North Main St. 6-1797.
JOE’S offlclal Tire Inspection:
Service. Drive up!
JOE'S TIRE SHOP, 241 North Main I
Fast Battery Charger
for sale. Good condition. 5-1321
14 Service Stations, Repairing
•CARL” * "WALT." INC. — Have
your tires recapped and vulcanized.
Prompt service. Call Woodbury 68.
WE CARRY — A complete line of
new and used parts, save money,
buy out of the high rent district
Will also buy late model wrecks.
MOE’S AUTO parts
Scovill St. Garage
25 Scovill Street - 4-1273
15 Automobile* Waniru
A THOUSAND CARS
VANTED—Top prices; spot cash. I
want 33's — 34's — 35's — 36’s —
37's — 38 s — 39's — 40's — 41’S
660 East Main St Phone 4-4841
7 Men Wanted
VE CAN USE—A reliable man for
Inside work. Especially desirable
for winter. Good, steady working
conditions. Part time If desired. .
WATERBURY WET ]
WASH LAUNDRY CO.
tutledge St. Phone 3-1038
— Apply —
647 EAST MAIN ST. TEL. 4-9713
Tor 5 ton truck. Must be strong,
reliable, steady worker.
IAN Also USE WAREHOUSE MEN
Good postwar opportunity.
225 EAST AURORA ST.
NEAR WATERTOWN AVE.
HOURS 3-11 P. M.
. . —Also— 1
PART TIME NIGHTS
APPLY PERSONNEL OFFICE I
HOTEL ELTON ‘
ROOM 111 i
PULL OR PART TIME
DAYS. NIGHTS & SUNDAYS
ART TIME 9 A.M.-3 P.M.
C. II. & L. LINES
701 WEST MAIN ST.
OUNTER MAN—Pill or part time
ifternoons. Stabilization Plan. Ap
ply Valley Diner, 1301) South Main
NATIONAL BISCUIT 1
AN ESSENTIAL INDUSTRY
'eeds floormcn. 20 to 35 years of
ge. Pleasant work — no nights or J
APPLY IN PERSON
161 WEST LIBERTY ST.
Stabilization Plan i
[EAT CUTTER—Wanted at once.
Pull or part time. Apply at Bour
nlval'x Market, 438 South Main
9t. Stabilization plan. C
OR PART TIME WORK AT ICE -
LANT. Al'PLY TO ENGINEER
T 80 CHERRY ST. SOUTHERN
IEW ENGLAND ICE CO.
I Women Wanted
)r general office work In our ac
puntlng dept. Stabilization condi
ASTERN MALLEABLE IRON CO.
augatuek, Conn. Tel. 2255
U Women Wonted
FOR FACTORY CAFETERIA
FULL TIME OR
Good pay, pleasant working condi
tions, steady employment, excellent
post-war luture. Meals furnished.
Part time schedules arranged on
7 A M. to 3 P.M.—3 P.M. to II P.M.
Stabilization Plan Conditions apply
on full time work.
FACTORY SERVICE Co.
95 SILVER STREET
make money In your spare time.
We can use you. Positions now
FULL OR PART TIME
Good hours; Rood pay; waitresses
aave meals and uniforms furnished.
SEE MR. VANTASSELL
S. S. KRESGE CO.
FOR CLEANING and DUSTING
— Apply —
Matzkin Furniture Co.
n SCOVILL ST.
— Apply -
IOOM 111 PERSONNEL DEPT.
19 Help—Male or Female
HAN or WOMAN WANTED with
car for our Circulation Dept.
Either all day or afternoons only
Call In person. Mr. Lynch, Cir
culation Dept., Waterbury Demo
crat, Inc. Stabilization Plan.
!2 Situations Wanted
AM—An experienced typist. I live
at 21 Grand St. Would like work
to do at home. 4-5602, 9-12 a. m.
23 Correspondence Courses
ENCE SCHOOLS, Scranton Pa.
has over 400 courses at your dis
posal. Write for free booklet on
25 Dancing Teachers
LEARN TO DANCE
ftegina Leonard. 73 E. Main. S-0015
AMERICA'S—No. 1 school. Mnrtone
Studios, 100 Grand St. 4-3877
Dance, voice, piano, physical cul
0 Business and Office Equipment
ICRATCH PADS—Ideal for memos.
Odd lots of the smaller sizes. Ar
row Print Shop, 285 North Main
1 Farm and Dairy Products
’RUIT AND VEGETABLE MART
let your winter vegetables now I
Ve also deliver seasoned cord wood.
>inl 4-9634. 402 Watertown Avc.
6 Household Articles
BELTS and other
FOR ALL MAKES OF
46 Grand Street Dial 8-8848
>IL BURNERS and HEATERS for
sale. A. B. C. Actnas. A1 Cusson.
Oil Burner ShIcs, 439 South Main |
St. Dial 5-0273.
1ILITARY PICTURES FRAMED
- Mirrors, glass tops. Wallpaper,
paints, window glass and putty.
Non-slip wax. paste and liquid.
Paste wood filler, steel wool and
chumols. Painter's pre-war grain
ing tools, drain pipe solvent. Union
Plate «fc Window Glass Co., 40
3covlll St. 4-0694.
EW Copper coil gas hot water
heater. Also small radiator suitable
lor bathroom. Reasonable. 4-7367.
February specials now at
Poston Furniture Co.
18 South Main St. Tel. 4-0137 ,
ABY CAHRIAGES —Cribs, high
•hairs, play yards, largest selection (
in tlic city.
he Radio Shop 180 Grand St.
LEOTRIC SINGER BEWINO
MACHINE FOR SALE. IN VERY
HOOD CONDITION. TEL. 3-2643.
LEOTRIC HEATERS — Cabinet
type—1.000 watt. Also bowl type
heaters. Membrlno Electric Co., 306
South Main St. Tel. 5-1755.
>IL BURNER —Parts and wicks
ror all types of burners. A1 Cusson
Oil Burner Hales, 439 South Main
St. Tel. 5-0273.
LI VINO ROOM SUITES
(59 (79 (99
HADLEY S ANNEX
13 Meadow St. Wuterbury
UllNITURE 3 rooms, reasonable
wire no dealers. Take a year to
i>ay. Albert's Furniture Co., 286
South Main. Phone 4-3144.
UARANTZKD Repairs, all makes
machines, vacuums. Used machines ‘
bought. Singer Sewing Machine
36! 4 Cwnerm»—Projector*
SELL ,our clun,rB- Projector or
an; toto equipment—new
or used at GOLDIE’S CAMERA
8ROP. 17 Orand 8t Tel. 6-1876
EXPERT— Printing and develop
ing of your films. Picture (rtmes.
SPEED PHOTO & MOVIE SUPPLY
164 South Main (Next to Schneer’s)
37 Radio Apparatus
RADIO TUBES — Batteries, parts,
and substitutions. A Manka, 40
Howard St. 4-1243.
HAVE A RECORD MADE of your
voice at our booths Mecca Music
Co., 203 Bank Street Tel. 4-1422.
Clothing and Footwear
CLEARANCE—On all dresses, sizes
9-46. Free alterations. Eve’s Dress
Shop, 386 Cooke St.
Mbcellaneou* ter Sal*
cally new — extension ladders —
scaffold -ropes—hooks and brushes.
Reasonable. Dial 4-3237.
PEARL BUTTONS—Rlc-rac, braids,
laces bindings In large assort
ments. Reliable. 87 Scovlll St.
$1 FOR 100.
Inquire 85 Workman Ave.
44 Articles Wanted to Bn;
BABY Cashing machineF"
PLEASE PHONE 3-3047
PIANOS WANTED - Highest cash
prices paid for Grands. Spinets,
Small Uprights. Phone or write
Hallock’s, 75 Orange St.. New
WANTED—Used boy s bicycle. Pre
war style. Reasonable. Please Dial
USED RADIATOR WANTED
24”. 26 ', OR 28 ' HIGH
CALL 4-0230 OR 3-2261
TYPEWRITERS WANTED- Sell us
your Idle machine. STOCKER
TYPEWRITER SERVICE. 20 East
Main St 4-3310
CASH PAID for all makes of fam
ily sewing machines and vacuum
cleaners. 221 Bank St. 5-1364
IS Cattle and Swine
LIVE BOLOGNA BULLS WANTED
- TEL. 4-310(1.
GUERNSEY COW — Fresh. Tele
phone 1105J Watertown or inquire
at 621 Busklngham St., Oakville.
4-9 p. m.
46 Do(i, Cats, Pets
HOMING PIGEONS — REASON
ABLE PRICE. WALTER KOM
ARNSKY. S2 WOOD ST. 3-9475.
47 E((s, Poultry, Supplies
Young Healthy Pullets
Just started to lay. Tel. 5-1624
S! Buxines* Services Rendered
WE REPAIR—Refrigerators, Wash
ing Machines and Oil Burners.
Por particulars Dial 4-8675 or
PUR COATS RE-LINED, guaran
teed lining. |16. H. Ciresl, 38 Win
chester St. Tel. 4-1884.
POR BETTER SERVICE — Call
Link’s Waterbury Towel Supply
Co., 892 East Mam St. Dial 5-1377.
Coat, Apron and Towel Supplies
also Industrial Dry-Cleaning Serv
ALLEN'S UPHOLSTERY STUDIO
I Grand. Cor. So. Main. Dial 4-0645
WINDOW CLEANINO — You will
save money if you send for us to
do your cleaning. Conneectlcut
Window Cleaning Co.. Office, 322
Pine St. Dial 4-4517.
53 Professional Services
XJUIfS A WALSH - ARCHITECT
111 West Main St. Dial 4-2481
is Building and Const, ucting
BETTER be safe than sorry Let
us make your necessary home re
pairs now. We have skilled stall
and materials for any Job. large or
small. Dial 3-7107 between 6 and
7 p. m. for estimates.
r.EN. CONTRACTOR At BUILDER
181 South Main St. Tel 4-8418
58 Plumbing, Heating, Metal Work
’ROMPT At RELIABLE SERVICE
199 North Main St Dial 3-6423
WE INSTALL, FURNACES
JEVINO COMPANY. Phone 3-3856
58 Moving Trucking Baggage
ilso Kindling Wood. Tel 3-9073.
59 Painting, Paper Hanging
E. JOHNSON PHONE 4-8414
oms. Board. Hotels
>6 Room to Let
JINGLE ROOM for gentleman.
Shower, parking privileges. Dial
JOYS' CLUB—Cottage Place Pleas
ant rooms, swimming pool, home
cooking reception room MODERN
>8 Rooms fsr Housekeeping
["WO FURNISHED ROOMS—Kit
chen end bedroom, private family.
One person. References. 8-1827.
For Rent Real Estate
72 Apartments, * Tenement*
2 ROOM RENT—All Improvement*.
Corner Griggs and Robinson 8ta.
Inquire Mrs. Michele Laccone,
1501 South Main St. TeL 4-7422.
74 Business Place* For Kent
FOR RENT—10-car garags. Two
driveways. Also suitable for stor
age, warehouse, -etc. For details
A. B. C. REALTY CO.
Real Estate For Sale
25 Houses For Sale
WELL BUILT HOUSE
of 6 rooms. On a very pretty lot.
Contains hot water heat (new
furnace) oil burner. Rock wool In
sulation. Storm windows & screens.
Screened veranda, garage for three
cars. Brasspiplng. Near bus.
— Consult —
ROOT & BOYD, INC.
174 Orand 8t. Dial 4-3161
D. T. FARRINGTON, Inc.
141 West Main St. Tel. 3-3112
HIGHLAND AVE—3 family house.
15 rooms. H. W. H. on 2 floors, ex
cellent condition. Triced reason
OFF HIGHLAND AVE. — 3 family
house. 15 rooms, II. W. H. on 1st
floor, 4 ear garage, extra lot, good
buy for 211,500.
OFF WALNUT ST.—3 family house,
15 rooms, good condltln. 28,900.
BUNKER HILL SECTION—2 fam
ily house, 8 rooms, heat. Reason
ON ALDER ST—3 family, 12 rooms,
very good condition. $7,300.
FARM IN WOODBURY—137 acres,
30 head of stock, tools, buildings
In first class condition.
81 FOX ST.
36 North Main St. Dial 4-7493
TWO —2 families; northwest sec
tion. H. W. heat; garages; nice
quiet neighborhoods. One for
$9,000—the other $12,000.
LEO J. CURLEY
51 W. Main St. 3-5169
BRAND NEW HOMES—Only a few
left. Move right In. Winter fuel
available. Home of 6 rooms (one
unfinished), heated garage. $6,000,
small down payment. Located on
Chase Avc.. between North Main
and Cooke Sts. Tufaro Const. Co,
6 ROOM HOUSE FOR SALE
$6,500 AND $10,000
FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION
— CALL —
REALTOR — INSURANCE
51 WEST MAIN ST. DIAL 4-5118
Gus De Cicco Agency
REALTOR & INSURANCE
29 Leavenworth St. Tel. 3-1249
TWO FAMILY HOUSE
5 and 5 rooms; In excellent condi
tion; only 13 years old; hardwood
floors; modern throughout.
W. H. HART, INC.
20 East Main St Dial 4-3129
HOUSE OF 19 ROOMS —Central
location. Suitable for rooming
house or to remodel Into upart
inents. For further particulars
— Call —
REALTORS and INSURANCE
141 Bank St. Tel. 4-214'
(8 Suburban For Male
Pour Miles From Watcrbury
NEW 6 ROOM HOME
BEAUTIFUL residential section.
Large plot, landscaped. All Im
provements. City sewer, gas, elec
tricity, and water. Convenient V
school, churches and stores. Fuel
for heating available. Ready for
occupancy. Arrangements can be
made for 8pring possession. Ex
penses start upon occupancy.
Down Payment Cun Be Arranged
In Accordance with Your
$3185 MONTHLY EXPENSES
Quinn and Chestnut Streets,
The A. J. Potion Co.
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