The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 21, 1977 · Page 3
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PEERLESS LAUNDRY ijnindrrt'fH - Dry Cli'imor.M 1X0 SO. .MAIN ST. 6H54 WAI.TKIt IJON'C'AL MuMonry Of Jill klnd.s 50 Knlrclilld St. Ti.|. C102 EGGS } FLORA'S I'OUI.TRY » l.'uflLMlull,. I-T.OKA K. PINKIIAM I'lni'i ISrliljC" - lloucon Full* I Duren Roofing 1 Co. itintliiK • Slilliijt - Insulation •IK UAMONA AVKNUK \Viiti-rlKiry — Till. M-7D43 HIJY YOUR BLANKETS NOW .'SC.OH - $13:05 Cl)c Down 500 Wri-Vly 'Gives you u hlunki't In S«|it*'mlM»r HOSTON STORK Dry GooilH 'TKL. SHOO Auto Body Work IICIIIK By CAKL nt Rubber Ave. Garage IHii finliliiT Ave. Tel. 4HoS f). Thurston's Sons Ice Company OIL BURNERS FUEL OIL KI.'lllIKIt AVKNUK 22110 Vic's Smoke Shop Clears, (Muurt'lti'M, Ni'WHplil'cr.s Ciuiil.v, lii- Cri-iiiii, Soft Krlnks Maw/,]lies, TOVM I C\lVn('l\ ST. NuUKiitucU HY-LITE Plating Co. ImlMilrlnl 1'liilhltf—1'ri'i'NInn I'lutltur iii-ciinuivt' riiiiliw HIII Kiililn'r ,\vi'mii' S U'li.VI't CK, m.NNKl'TH'l'T I 1 . (I, Illlt K'fl Joe's Restaurant MM' 1 , I-'OOO und I.IQUOK X|ic«'liil Atttvitllon fur Wedding Turtles HO MAIN ST., SKYMOUR Ti'l. 2H,'I2 George J. Demers KOOFINCJ 01'' AM. TYI'KM Clilniiiryv C'li'iiTK'll, Hopiiln'll ii7 rrrv inr.r. ST. Ti'l. JJ1M13 V. E. GUSTAFSON — IMtiMlt Mi'dlolnoH — I.nnrliconrttii - too Cronni 111) Kiililicr Av<>, 1,'honp 4!>!>fl KHt!tl>llshoU ROCKWOOD SIGN CO. "SlgiiH that Ttilk" r " -T, WKRZINCiKR. Owner S3 Center Str<.flt REAR Wutnrliiiry, Conn, HUBBELL'S SERVICE STATION GAS - OIL - RKI'AHtlNG C Knlitter Avo, Tol. May Wo Servo All Your Needs In Dry Goods KENNEDY DRY GOOIJS STORE 180 Church St. — Tel. 3-101 BUSINESS PERSONALITIES AND Portable Welding Service Lord's Servicenter 'Service for Everyone 1 ' LUBRICATION - TIRES UU N. Muln St. Tel. 4883 LEO'S WELDING Iron Work of All "W« Go Anywhere" Tel, Wuterlmry 4-4800 LEO BRITES SKKVICK STATION 151S S. Muln St. Waterbury Tailor II-HIUTN - I)yorn I'Yot 1 IJullvory D. Lieberman J2(i CHURCH ST. SHAKER'S AUTO Maintenance. Complete Auto Service Kody Work Diiv and NlKht Rond Service 1HH5 SOCT1I MAIN" STRI2KT Wiiti-rliury Phone 5-123JS Nljflit Culls - Phone «-(IT08 DUNNE BROTHERS Automotive 'Service 34-lJnur Koail Service LiilirlnilliiK-' WimliliiE •HIM". I 111 (It-I'l I'H AlMM'J'HIirif'* llill SOVT11 MAIN STKKET \Vnterbiiry — Ti;l. Best Food In Town Served At DiNapoli's Leo's woldlnc truck, n portable service, featured by 'Leo Brltes Service Station,' 1615 South Main street, Waterbury. Ornamental Iron work of all designs Is a specialty, which may be executed on the site by the concern. The portable equipment Is constructed to go anywhere. MAT IN COMFORT In Our Dining Kooiu TEDDY'? "DINER South Muln St. Tel. •!»!>« Bucking-ham Roller Rink Ol'KN KVKKY KVKNING nnd SUNDAY AI-TKRNOON Sjxic-lal Instruction Classes Mon., JFri., Sun. Ill GRAM) ST. WATKKBURY DiNAPOLI'S RESTAURANT 1)15 DANK ST. WATKRHURY I'-RKK PARKING Ktitcrtulinncnt Nightly DANCING Thurs, - Fri. - Sat. -^ Ken Thompson Trio Floor Show Saturday BKST FOOD IN TOWN 0 Sti'iiks • T.olister Snmlwlcluis Fred's Grocery Finest Fruits and \ V 37 HIGH ST. Tel. -IMS \ TT M "ADHD SERVICE » f , 1TJ.. 2() y,.,,™ Experience J I'lckup nnd Delivery t 1730 EAST MAIN ST. * Hamilton Thoirtor Building I WttU-rhurj- — Tel. 3-JM07 f, .jjjjjjtfiitrrm 1 LOG'S BAR and GRILL 5G IlRinGI! STREET To I. TEL. 8KYMOUR 303 York Office: 270 LAFAYETTE ST. CAnnl C-7-UJ8 BEACON MANUFACTURING CO. SCREW MACHINE VROnUCTS 1'. O. Ho.x 50 .. . SEYMOUR, CONN: Gold Leaf Work Specialized At Rockwood Sign Co. In speaking of art one usually itiions portraits, but nearly every tvcilder of the paintbrush is an rtist in his own right, Such is the case of Louis J. Wer- InRcr, Naugatuck resident, who jpoi-atcs the Rockwood Sign Co., J5 Center street rear, Waterbury. //1th cold leaf work as its special- the company has done glass .,,n work throughout the Valley ind holds sub-contracts at the Am- .•rlciin Brass Co.. In that industry's inhibition department. Fni- the past 26 yoa.ru Mr. lA'ri-zingcr has been associated .vlt'h the Rockwood Co. Twenty /ears ago upon "the 'death of C. H. Soekwood, who established the luslness in 1884, the entcrpn'se vns turned over to the local resi- .ler.t.. Although the shop has always •pen in'tho center of Waterbury, it i us changed its location at various imo.i and only recently moved to ,hr- rear Of 30 Center stroct. The ilsiiH .*J still accessible and easily ,'ound with the aid of lur#o signs. With his son, Francis, an Army '/etci-un. as anles' manager. Mr. VVe.-zlru.'O! 1 carries on ar. extensive mslness and handles many large irdurs foi- industrial concerns, doc,ors, lawyers and other professional nun, the post ollice and the IT. S. nturnal Revenue o/Ilco. During tho war bond drives he Assisted in producing appropriate 'lgn«. nnd. does wovlc for insurance md real estate 1 companies, as well LS outdoor billboard fli'tfis. • tin recently completed truck body etterlntr on. the Whlttcmore Ti-an- .[Uil'lty F.-irm vehicles, A member jf the Walerbury Sign' Guild, he is Dnc of tho most cHicicnt, accurate ind oxpcrltnced men In the Held. D. Thurston's Sons j Serve Naugatuck For 42 Years Eflicient, dependable service for more than <I2 years—that Is D. Thurston's Sons record in Nauga- tuclt. In 190-1, the. late Douglas Thurs- lon organised the ice-harvesting and delivery company which now bears his nnme. After his death the management passed to his five sons, John. Freeman, Howard, James and William, who have continued to work together to serve you. To meet tho demand for Increased storage space, an ice- j house was erected in 1919 on Rub- \ ber avenue, the present site of the ice-manufacturing unit Installed In 1920. Recognizing the Importance of oil as a heating unit, and with an eye to the future, D. Thurston's Sons In 1930 established the oil nnd oil burner section of their company. To insure the need for an adequate supply on hand, oil storage tanks with a capacity for 250,000 gallons were erected. In 1935 the first transport carrier bearing the T>. Thurston's Sons nnme began the "from waterfront to you" schedule in order that these tanks would be kept filled. Today there arc seven of these blue and silver carriers familiar to all In .Naugatuck and every point in Connecticut. The Thurston "boys" wish to stand behind their record and continue to serve you, the people of Naugatuck, to the best of their ability. Egg Production Advancing At Flora's Poultry Ranch Maybe after reading a recent "best seller," you figured the egg raising business was only a product of the tar west in uninhabited country and a rather helter-skel- ter activity full of tht most har- rasslng experiences. If so, you're all wrong, for one of the most scientifically developed poultry ranches in this section of tho country IB right in the immediate vicinity. On the Seymour road in the Pines Bridge section of Beacon Falls you'll find Flora's Poultry Ranch, a large establishment, discreetly enclosed by landscaping. Here for the past 17 years, egg production has been gradually advancing, and today the public is supplied with three sizes of eggs all year around. This last fact may not seem-such an outstanding accomplishment, 'but it. is an achievement not boasted by many e{rg establishments. To maintain this constant supply to the public it in necessary to raise baby chicks at different ages. June and December are the months during which the largest number of chickens are raised to Insure continuous production. There is a constant turnover of replacement stock, and the thousands of New Hampshire (Reds) chickens at the Ranch are fed with regularity and 1 government inspected at frotjuent intervals. Eg-grs are picked up often during the day, and although no "freak" eggs have ever been found, three yoked eggs have been produced. Mrs. Flora Pinkham has been conducting the business alone since last November after the death of her husband, the late G. Lester Pinkham. It. is her intention to carry on the enterprise in the same manner as prior to that time, keeping up production, quantity and advancement. Mrs. Pinkham had spent many summers in the area with relatives when a young girl, and found the territory familiar when she and her husband moved to the Ranch from Flushing, L, I., N. Y., in 1929. Mr. Pinkham had been in the' coal business and she had been a public stenographer and gift Shop operator. When they settled in Pines Bridge they had- a house, grarage and only one coop. Obtaining their own incubator, they raised 500 chicks, from purchased eg-g-s, and from that starting point they gradually advanced, increased their buildings and firmly established the business. At one time they conducted a broiler business, but at present that phase has been discontinued as have many routes, due to the shortage of manpower and other inconveniences of the day. During the "Food for Fredeom" program th Ranch tripled production. There's one restaurant in Waterbury that advertises it has the best food in town, and there isn't ar.;' over-estimation in that statement, for DiNapoli's at 915 Bank street has not only the finest Italian dishes, but the most deliclously prepared American foods found in the area. Lobsters served any style or a large sizzling steak right from the gi-ill are only two of the savory items on the chef's specialty list. [ Tempting Italian menus always are I available for those enjoying the rich delicacies of that European country. , For 15 years there has been a restaurant at 915 Bank street, and until three years ago when Fred and Michael DiNapoli.. assumed ownership, it was known as Steve's. When the DINapoll brothers became proprietors, they prevailed upon Steve to continue his duties, and it is today that Steve still prepares all the Italian food. Catering to wedding receptions and parties of all types, the restaurant has two dining, rooms, a bar and cocktail lounge. The Ken Thompson trio which plays for dancing Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights,. also is available for private parties. No jitterbug- dancing- is allowed on the spacious dance floor, and when couples are not dancing Intermission music is heard from the Hammond organ, piano, guitar and drums. Floor shows booked' through New Haven are an attraction 071 Satur| day evenings and fine entertainment is provided nightly. Service is prompt and courteous in the modern establishment by eight waiters and two bartenders. Fine Wines and Liquors Imported and Domestic LIQUOR STORE 72 CHURCH ST. PHONE 5124 THE PAIS It's Worth a Trip to V tit J Market For Finest Foods 51 Spring St. Union City . Phone Xnuffutuck 4050 INC. Telephone 2226 PRINTERS SINCE 1889 Bob's Garage DODGE and PLYMOUTH. Service and Parts Factory-Trained Mechanic* 157 >'. Main St. _ V) THAT M.IA1* MOrnM For The Younger Set LEYNARD'S 70 Church St. Tel. 5990 • DISCUSS YOUR PLANS NOW • ESTIMATES SUBMITTED • NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REMODELING Matty J. Karbowicz Office: 193 Rubber Ave Tel. S865 MECCA Where to go for Leading Musical Instruments Also Guaranteed Rebuilt Instruments Sold For Appointment Call 4-1422 Open Thiirs. & Frl Until 8:30 MUSIC CO. VINNIE'S Highway Restaurant Home-Cooked Meals Beer and Liquors 1449 SOUTH MAIN ST. Waterbury Tel. S-0980 Three Oaks Convalescent Home Naugatuck Road Platts Mills TEL. 3354 • BANQUETS 'I. • WEDDINGS • PRIVATE PARTIES Wines — Beers — Liquors Riverview Inn - Seymour 68H DERBY liD. — Amonla 3499 — Derby S499 North Dakota's State capltol buildinpr at Bismarck is or .skyscraper construction and a part of It is 38 stories high. Prosen-t accepted division of the earth Into five climatic zones was established by a Greek, Thales of Miletus In 640 B.C. Dancing Every Night Except Sunday SUNDAY DINNERS 12:00-9:00 NO 209?, TAX IN OUR COCKTAIL LOUNGE EXCEPT ON SUNDAY Specializing In Sea Food and Kansas City Steaks We Cater to Banquets, Wedding Parties, Etc, 23-25 Harrison Ave., Waterbury A Kx'i",n«"m P JT 4-7027 Dutch Door ~Cholc« Liquor* SIEAK — CHOPS — SEA FOOD 7 BROAD STREET SEYMOUR Hy-Lite Plating Grows From Five To 24 In Year Don't discard that valuable piece of machinery. It can't be salvaged? That's where you're wrong, and let us tell you why. , Naugatuck has one' of the most highly- specialized industries in the state and one that has become an important asset to the'community in the establishment of : the Hy-Lite Plating Co. of MiUville. Just about a. year ago Joseph A. Sbordone of Oakyillo, a veteran of \Vorld War II| with his brother, Louis 'and Paul DeSanto as co-owners, .leased, a building of the J. M. Russell Manufacturing Co,, and with two other men started w5at has become an ever' growing business. Not only has the business increased and the plant apace been expanded, but the personnel has grown from five to 24 persons in that year. The company does salvage work in reclaiming: tools and machine parts, and the plating operations include that of bright and decorative copper, nickel and chromium, as well as cadmium and color plat- Tile highly developed precision chrommium plating maintained is responsible for large costly machine parts being -salvaged. Under' ordinary circumstances factories would discard and replace machines, 1 literally throwing- away thousands of dollars. There are only two or three other plating firms in the state at present, and the Hy-Lite Plating Co. is recelv- in ga large number of local as well as out-of-town orders daily. Many of the men now being employed are veterans oh the "on-the- job" training prog-ram under the GI Bill, Among the Naugatuck em- ployes are Maurice King:, Edward. N'lskl, Thomas atrd Michael be Santo, Louis and Charles Grlswold and others. "Eddie" Lord Has Servicenter For Fourteen Years Quality DYERS and Our Modern Cleaning Plant Assures You Better Cleaning 5 No. Main St., Naugutuck JACK'S AUTO BODY 100 So. Main St. Tel. 6169 PHONE DERBY S489 Walsh's Green Acres Catering- to Weddings, Banquets, Partie*, Choice Foods and Liquors Derby Avenue Seymour FOR. FAST SERVICE ROLLER'S CLEANERS Pickup and Delivery 127 N. MAIN St, UNION CITY Tc). Naugatuck S10I SAVE .... As You Buy WE GIVE Green Stamps With Every Purchase ISAACSON'S INC. UT-F DRY GOODS SEYMOUR . For Vacation and Travel Need* ! Locker and Steamer Trunks, from $11.85 reiw Trunks—36 In $22.50 ; Wardrobe Trunks—36 In. $32.50 plun tax I JOHN J. CONNOLE i; } 70 Grand St. Wtbry. Tel. 4-73S3 HOME COOKED FOODS Boer — Wine — Liquor* Valley Grill 158 No. Muln St. • Tel. 4969 Charlie's' TATION . Ph. Naufir. 4908 j 109 So. Alain St. MOVING and TRUCKING Moving to All Conn. Point* Peter Moruska NAUGATUCK. CONN, PHONE 2586 or 0112 Stoves Moved Refrigerator* Moved Clyne Glass Shop Table Lump* $7.95 up Bed, Boudoir $3.95 up Gifts of All Description* Ke«ll»tlc Artificial Flower* JoHcplilnc Manio, Prop. 29 HARRISON AVK. Waterbury Tel.| 4-4S4fl < AIRPORT DINER At Bethany Airport Operated by Ex-G.L MAURICE J. JOIXY Amity Road, Bethany THE White Meat Market and GROCERY FRUITS — VEGETABLES John Gftupar, Prop. 1ST RUBBER AVE. DIAL 3SOO The V & H Trucking Company Excavating — Trucking; — Driveways — Road Construction The Seymour Sand & Stone Company Washed Screened Sand — Wanned Crushed Gravel Quarried Granite Building Stone 482 NO. MAIN ST. — TEL. SEYMOUR 2531 When "Eddie" Lord opened hia ervice station in 1932.he took as his motto, "Service for Everyone." roof that the good-natured proprietor means just that haa been howri during the past 14 years «th the building of one of the inest trades in the area. With the assistance of hla brath- r, Paul Lord, nnd Jack Leonard, veteran of the U. S.I Navy, he onducts a well organized busi- oss, with careful consideration iveh to each and every custom- r. Lord's Servicenter at 116 North Main street, deals in Sunoco prod- cts, and when you "fill 'er up," our car receives a full check of ater, oil, lights, windshield and ny other accessory you may de- ire to have attended. But Lord's la not merely a gasoline station, it also'is fitted'to give complete .lubrication and .tire service. .Perhaps one of. its best known features is the reverse flushing process to recondition your car to its best performance. Besides repairing tires, the station also sells, those hard-to-get rubber accessories. Mr. Lord states the Servicenter has_ "plenty of stock'.' and a highly regarded. crew with all-around experience to cater to every whim of your vehicle. » Glenwood • Ostemioor and Rod Crosi Mattresses I Emerson and Sonora > Kelvinator Refrigerator* i ABC Washer* and Ironera i Bcndlx and Ma.vtap Waaherc Agents for All tho Better Types of Furniture SEYMOUR FURNITURE COMPANY 26 BANK ST. TEL. 2807 — Seymour — Radiator* Fluxhed Oil - GrcaKlrtp Tire Repair • Washing . MIKE'S SERVICE iriin.^ o !STATrON BRIDGE ST. UNION CITY Nauffatuck 4926 SELRITE. Juvenile Furniture Co. TOYS - GIFTS 470-172 South Main Street Watorbury, Conn. Tel. 4-4724 \\ BANQUETS WEDDINGS Phone S468 PARADISE INN Wm. Pottbecker, Prop. FINEST FOODS ' • Choice Wine - Liquor* J Wakelce Terrace, Annonlu, ConnJ ] HORNBECKER'S Buck's Hill Tel. 4-8420 Wtby. HOME COOKED FOOD We Cater to Family Dinner* ] Office Parties, Banquet*, ; Showers, Etc. J Prospect St. Garag-e At Prospect St. and Locunt Americans 65 years old or older increased by 35' per' cent between 1930 and 1940, PARSONS SCREW PRODUCTS CO. Quality Headed and Automatic Screw Machine Product* RUBBER AVE - NAUGATCCK VALLEY WELDING and Fabrication Works The Portable Welding Service Tel. 5492 Darra-James Corp. MILL SUPPLIES POWER TOOLS 22 Savings St Waterbury Tel. 5-2241 RELIABLE GRAIN and FUEL CO. LEHIGH VALLEY. COAL—ATLANTIC FUEL and RANGE OBL, Fertilizer* —• Poultry Equipment —. Baby Chick* Field and Garden Seeds 5 Church St., Naugatuck ^;.,, ; "Phone S076 i

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