IN BUSINESS 25 YEARS — Rosewell A. Norton, right, proprietor of the Norwood Radio, Co., 711 Washington street, Norwood, poses with Gene Wilford in the interior of his completely stocked radio repair and retail sales store … Mr. Norton has been in business for 25 years, during the war worked for the Harvard University Division of O.S.R D With a complete service department, Mr. Norton is now setting up equipment for the repair of television and FM receivers. (Photo by Warren Eriksen)

Roscwcll Norton, owner r»f the Norwood Radio Co. 711 Washington street. Norwood, is now in the process of Jetting up a television and FM radio repair department, in line with his policy of keeping abreast of the latest developments.

In business for the past 23 years, Mr. Norton took time out during the war to work with the Harvard University division o£ O.S.R.D.

The Norwood Radio Co. has a complete service department for home and car radios, utilizing the latest equipment, and stocks a lull line of radio tubes and new radio parts. At the present lime. Mr Norton and his assistant, a former AAF radar man, Gene Wilford are engaged in setting up a television and FM radio service department.

Norwood Radio has a fine stock o£ new radios, will have a full line or appliances as soon as they are available, Mr. Norton related.

The store is open from 8 30 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Fridays, the rest of the week from 0.30 to ü p.m. The telephonc number is NORwood ,1101.