The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 28, 1977 · Page 5
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PEERLESS LAUNDRY Jjnin(lpr(;r« - Dry ClfiiiKTH 150 NO. MAIN ST, 5851 HOME-MAO BAKERY Products ELITE Bakery < NAUG. 2567 } b CHURCH ST. * WALTER BONCAL Miisonry of all Id nils JO Fall-child St. Tel. ,5102 May Wo Serve All Your Needs In Dry Goods KENNEDY DRY GOOD* STORE J80 Church St. — Tel. 3-191 Nuugiituck BU/INE// PER/ONALITIE/ AND Jff By DOROTHY M. BEAN -* Walsh's Green Acres EGGS FLORA'S POULTRY RANCH Established 1030 FLORA K. PINKHAM J'lniiK Ilrlcljfd - Beacon Fulln ,. ****************************** ' Duren Roofing Co. Rnnflng - Siding - Insuliitlon j 48 RAMONA AVISNUK \ J Wntortiury — Tol, ,'l-7M,'! J ******************************** ---.--.******** ******^ ******-***-* BUY YOUR BLANKETS NOW Lord's Servicenter 'Service for Everyone' 1 LUBRICATION - TIRES 11B N. Mil In St. Tel. 4803 LEO'S WELDING Iron Work or All Deigns "We Go Anywhere" Tel, Wutfirhury 4-4800 LEO BRITES SERVICE STATION IMS S. Main St. Wiiterfoury flOc Down GOc WrnUly Given you ii blanket In UOSTO.V STORK Dry GorxlH ro CHURCH ST. TKL. sasa Tailor iriincrs - D.vern l-'roe Delivery $ Heberman * si; cmmun ST. *********** DIAL 1)255 Wtilsh'.s Green Acres, owned and operated sliico Dec imbcr 1945 by Denis Walsh, veteran of World War II, Is located on Derhy avenue, Seymour, amir- caters to weddings, banquets, parties. Choice foods and liquors are obtainable at the restaurant, with, lobster, steak and chops as specialties. Mr. Walsh has a wide experience In the restaurant field, having been employed for I'i yours at the Riviera. Auto Body Work Domi toy CARL lit Rubber Ave. Garage 1,'W Rubber Avi'. Tol. 4Ki"2 SHAKER'S AUTO Maintenance Complete Auto Service Body Work Day and Nlprht Itoud Service 1SHC SOUTH MAIN STRKET biiry I'hone 5-12S8 Culls - IMiono :i-(>708 D. Thurston's Sons Ice Company OIL BURNERS DUNNE BROTHERS Automotive Service 2'1-Iloiir Road Service l.ulirh'liMni,-—\ViishlnB '1'lri'^—lltlKcrll'H AciTMHdrlffl i:ui SOUTH MAIN STREKT Wnterhury —.Tol, 4-974<l FUEL OIL KtlllUKK AVKNIIK Vic's Smoke Shop C'lgiirN, duurt'ttrq, Ni'w.Mfwi'ors C'liiKly, Ice C'rcimi, Soft DrlnliH Mnjriiy.lni'H, TO.VH 1 CIKflU'll ST, KAT IN COMFORT In Our Dlnlnir Room TEDDY'S DINER Smith Mnln St. Tel. 48flG HY-LITE Plating Co. Inilnxlrlii! rliillnic—rrri'luliin I'liillllE 1)«<ritri\llvt. I'lutliic -til) Uiihtii-r Avi'imi- NACdATl'CK. CIINNKCTKM'T Buckingham Roller Rink OI'K.V EVERY EVENING mill SUNDAY AFTHIINOON Spoclill Instruction Cliis.Hi'S Mnn., Fri., Sun. Ill GRAM) ST. WATKRBURY Auto Body, Paint Work New Branch At Rubber Ave. Garage The intricate art of auto body •ml painting work is now a special branch of tho Rubber Avenue larafrn, nncl if) a phase customers 'Pproelatc. Lncatcd at 13fi Rubber avenue, ho garage formerly did a trcmen- lous amount of mechanical worlc, >ut disc -to the shortages of parts i.nd demand for body work, tho iwner, Byron Noble, decided on n •hangc. The man in charge of the auto mdy work Is known to everyone n Naugntuclc 'tis "Carl." In fact, •ustomors arc urged to caJl the raraffc and aslc for Carl, who comes 'i'om Southlngton and is a veteran >f -the armed forces. A mnn with 12 years experience, 10 IK exceptionally clover and ca- able of putting your car back Into \.-l condition with tho minimum of 'ifllculty. As nearly nil Rood work- ncn v.-ill say, "There's nnthing to t when you know how to do it Ight." And Carl knows the right vay. Slightly dented fenders or a oom- ilete wreck will be fixed at the "lubber Avunuc Garage, and after he servicing and excellent, paint oh, the automobile will look as hough it just came out of the howrooms. Tn the garage business for three •cars, Mr.. Noble l.'i now assisted ,y hln s-jn, Byron. Jr., who recently oturnod to the borough after dis- :hnrgc from tho selvicc. You'll like the service at the sar- -£n ar.d the; honest opinion given y the expert attendants. Beacon Mfg. Co, Contributes Parts For Several Articles George J. Demers Competent Roofer Of Long Experience When you're going to have somebody climbing around your roof putting on new shingles or repairing minor damages you want to bo certain he's an experienced man, or you'll be laid up with nervous exhaustion. Recommended in Naugatuck is George J. Demers, 147 City Hill street, who with 23 years experience as n. background, is competent and capable of doing roofing of all types. Since his induction into the roofing business he has accumulated a successful record on jobs in Wa- •erbni-y, New Haven, Bridgeport, Danbury and other surrounding localities, as well as being- employed .nr special projects at the U. S. j Rubber Co., and Eastern Malleable Iron Co. When St. Hcdwlg's church was renovated it was Dr. Demers who -vas called in for the' work, and recent sidir.g jobs have been done on L o g's restaurant, Dr. Seymour Zonn's home and others. Specializing in any type of shingle work, he is qualified to do roofing, siding, pointing, and cleaning chimneys, erecting- gutters and hot built-up roofs. Using- only the host in materials, his work is always termed satisfactory. Prior to the war he was proprietor of the American Roofing Co, Fine Wines and' Liquors Imported and Domestic LIQUOR: STORE i 72 CHURCH ST. PHONE 5124 PAIS THE It's Worth x Trip to VtfcJ Market For Finest roods 51 Sprlnc St. Union City Phono Naiicnttiek 4070 INC. Telephone 2226 turns. PRINTERS S7NCB urn Bob's Garage DODGE and PLYMOUTH Service and Paris Factory-Trained Mnchunle* 157 N, Main St. Naugntuck Tor Thf Youncer Set LEYNARD'S 70 Church St. Tel. BMO **********•*********++*+****.**** .Joe's Restaurant 1''1NK VOOD und LIQUOR Spi'dul Ailclltlliin for Wedding I'nrtlrs lit.'! MAIN ST.. SEYMOUR Tel. bH'32 Georg-e J. Demers iioon.vr. or AI-J. TYPKS (ilcnncd, Rcpivlrcil M7 CITY HIM, ST. Tnl. ni! DiNAPOLFS RESTAURANT I HANK ST. WATF.HBURY VKKK PARKING Entertainment Nightly DANCING Tiuirs. - Fri, - Sat, •£• Ken Thompson Trio Floor 'Show Saturday REST FOOD IN TOWN 0 Sfrulc* 0 Lobster Delicious Smidwlche.H V. E. GUSTAFSON I,unclny)iirttc - Ire Croain GrnorrlcH - Mutfrt'/.l m's I tin Uuhhcr Ave. I'hono '*nn(I Fred's Grocery Klnr.it Fruits nnd 37 HIGH ST. Tel. 4998 Tol, ^OI)M KstiihllHlio ROCKWOOD SIGN CO. "Slj-ns thnt Tnlli" I,, iJ. WKKXtNOKH. Oivnor M Ci'iitpr Stn>i>t RKAR Wutcrldiry, Conn. F TVit RADIO SKRVrCK . 1TA. ,, (} Years Experience rleknp nnd Delivery 1750 EAST MAIN ST. Hamilton Theater Building Wntorliury — Tel 3-5407 J ijjujjjj.lljirrttfrrr i-rrrr* HUBBELL'S . SERVICE STATION Spccliillit-i OAS - OH- - RKPAIRING 105 Rubber Ave. Tel, LOG'S BAR and GRILL 50 BRIDGE .STREKT Tel, 48D7 TKL. SEYMOUR 802 Now York Office: 270 r.AFAVKTTK ST, CAnnl C-7168 BEACON MANUFACTURING CO. SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS P. O. Box 59 SEYMOUR, CONN. Vic's Smoke Shop Has New Line Of Shower, Party Gifts It's always KooM to sro «.n up -.nfl rnminfr businessman brin/r in -v nc~w line of supplies, fm- i:.'.", one >r the guarantees that the public H tl ^nmncliliK- these products in ar^c numbers. The prnhahility that Victor Pou- 'In, proprietor of Vic's Smoke Shop. 1 Church »troct, is risked for many •.n<! sundry articles by tho Ri-oa! lumber of customers fi-equcntins ho store daily Is certain as wls- mssccl by the variety of supplies in hand, Tn accommodate the public demand Mr. Poulin has added to i is many f cat ui-os n complete new line of shower and party K'ftc. Chore IB "n expansive choice of niscellancouH articles and one may >e sure of finding just the appropriate K'ft, A native of Natipatuck Mr. Pou '.in has been operating the Smoke '"Shop for more than two years. '-Ic is now assisted by his son, Sclwai'd, a veteran of tho Scabens. \ member of tho armed forces for 'wo and a half years, he was on ivcrscns duty for 18 months In the '•"*acific area. The STOH'n-iip.t frequent Vic's foils large assortment of the ncw- ist maRazlnca, latest • newspapers ind complete stock of cipai's and 'Mpai'cttcs. And the kids enjoy the Uore because of its full linn of comic bcoka, toys, ice cream, candy and soft drinks. Did it ever occur to you that many of tho little parts In novelties, radios, light fixtures and other equipment wore produced? Usually we think of an article in its entirety and give no thought of the companies contributing to its completeness. One of these contributing concerns is tho Beacon Manufacturing Co., in Seymour, a screw machine products firm, The automatic screw machine company produces parts for your automobile, refrigerator, vacuum cleaner and many othur pieces of equipment that you use daily. Elbert C. Ford, president of the plant, which has boon operating; for two months with a crew of 20, .i!x of which arc veterans, has 28 years experience For three years in he .the business. operated in Shclton and r.ow has opened the new concern in the Seymour area. He has applied for permission to .Hart an "on-tho-job" training program for veterans and as -the firm expands, more and more positions .vill be available to veterans of Uic armed forces. At present Mr. Ford has a backlog of contract work for the larger manufacturers, and the work for .hose well-established houses is of .ho best quality. ' •. Hot Weather Outfits In Demand, Found At Leynard's You have probably found the need of Junior and Betty arc much mor extensive this summer than antic: pated, and that hot weather out fits arc much in demand. Although you planned for jus so many play suits or accessories it seems there is always anothe few required, and th« right plac to find best quality merchandise i at Leynard's located at 170 Churc street, in the heart of Naugatuck' business- section, Shipments of playtime garment arc arirving daily at Lcynards smart outfitters to tho younger set Children's clothes of every styl and description may be found in the well stocked store,, and if you have a problem child your troubles will soon be solved when shopping nl Leynard'o. Not only mothers arc customers at the modern store for much o the merchandise has baen obtaincc to accommodate tho general pub lie desiring children's garments and toys for gifts. DJSCUSS YOUR FLANS NOW KvSTfMATES SUBMITTED NEW CONSTRUCTION ANn REMODELING Matty J. Karbowicz Office: 193 Rubber Avo Tel. 3805 MECCA Where to go for Leading Musical Instruments Also Guamntred Rebuilt Instruments Sold For Appointment Cull 4-1423 O|)Rn Thurs. & Frl Until 8:30 MUSIC CO. VINNIE'S Highway Restaurant Home-Cooked Meals • Beer and Liquors 1440 SOUTH MAIN ST. Wntnrbury Tel. 3-9980 Three Oaks Convalescent Home Naugatuck Road Platts Mills TEL. 3354 Fast Cleaning Service Feature Of Roller's Clothes really take a beating in the warm, humid summer month? nnd the promise of fast cleaning service Is a feature appreciated by everyone. Before -ir after the vacation, or in everyday business or social activities you'll want your garments crisp and spotless, and Roller's Cleaners at 427 North Main street, nan guarantee a, quality service designed to accommodate. Prompt nicltup nnd delivery is assured cvnry customer. The cleaning establishment is one of the newer businesses in Naugatuck. but one that has been satisfying its clientele similar to one of tong years oft experience. It was a courageous venture of Mrs. Lillian (Gnaizdowski) Roller, and one which most young women wouldn't have dared. While her husband, Earl Roller, was serving overseas with an Army unit, she completed all transactions and had the cleaning store in operation upon his return, A surprise to him in finding a business operating under his name, he immediately settled down into the role of proprietor upon discharge from the armed forces. An energetic nnd ambitious woman, Mrs. Roller at the time Roil- r's Cleaners was established, was till employed at Andy's Campus and competently carrying on two positions. Quality DYERS and Our Modern Cleaning Plant AHBUrea You Better Cleaning 5 No. Main St., Naugatuck JACK'S AtJTO BODY I0(i So. Mnln St. T<*. «15» FOR FAST SERVICE ROLLER'S CLEANERS rickup »nd Delivery «7 N. MAIN St. CNIQN CITY Tel. Ndiigiitoick 0101 PHONE DERBY 3489 Walsh's Green Acres Catering: to WcddlngH, Banquet*, Parties, Choice Foods and Liquor* Derby Avenue Seymour For Vacation and Travel Need* ;; Locker nnd Steamer . . ; - : Trunks, from- .fn.ftfi Dress TrunJoi—SO In JZtJW Wardrobe Trunks—S« In. i; SAVE .... (As You Buy WE GIVE Green Stamps With Every Purchase ISAACSON'S INC. QUAUTY DRY GOODS SEYMOUR j: IJOHNJ.CONNOLE • '70 Crnnd St. Wlbry Tol. 4-7383 HOME COOKED FOODS B*cr — Wine — XJquor* Valley Grill 158 No. Main St. TtJ. 495B SERVICE STATION I 109 So. Main St Ph. Naujr. 49081 Si/.n of the nvcraffe U, S. farm increased 17 acres hotween 1930 and 19>10. Tho avempo now Is 17-1 icrps comp'.red with the average of 156.0 acres in 1930. The word "candy" is believed to have originated from an India su- Rftr cane called "kand." It wan rcl- shod greatly by the monarch, Alexandria the Great. • BANQUETS • WEDDINGS • PRIVATE PARTIES Wines — Bcnrs — Liquors Riverview Inn -- Seymour (>88 DERBY RD. —' Ansonia 3409 — Derby 8499 Dancing Every Night Except Sunday SUNDAY DINNERS 12:00-0:00 NO 2fl#. TAX IN OUR COCKTAIL LOUNGE KXCKPT ON SUtfDAV Specializing In Sea Food, and Kansas City Steaks We Cater to Banquets, Wedding Parties, Etc. 23-25 Harrison Ave., Waterbury A ,,.^ ns ;7",.i;,7;" 4-7027 Dutch Door Inn Choice T.'O'lnr* STEAK — CHOPS — SEA FOOD 7 BROAD STREET SEYMOUR During 1940 there were 70,000 immigrants who entered the U. S. It required . 7,000 government env ploycg and $17 million to handle them at ports of entry. The V & H Trucking Company, Excavating — Truekinjr — Driveways — Road Construction The Seymour Sand & Stone Company Washed Screened Sand — Washed Crushed Gravel Quarrlod Granite Building- Stone 482 NO. MAIN ST. — TEL. SEYMOUR 2531 Melody Lane Is Mew Progressive Restaurant An idea brought back from Calt- ornia has developed into one of nrist progressive enterprises in Vaterbury—Melody T^nne—an at- ractlve restaurant located at 23- Harrlson avenue, nn\y a few tons from Exchange Place. Wnlter Mos*', a former Army iaptain. and Henry Mcyors, for- ier first lieutenant in the Army ponod the establishment the dn.v cforc Now Year's Eve of this As their own architects and do\K nearly all the construction ork themselves, they renovated hat before was a scries of old stores. Tn view of tholr Inck of exncr- innc.e and dcsirlnft to cive their "liontnle the most ndcKimtc service, they employed Harry Brown •>s steward nnd manacor in April, With his wide raticc of experience •is chief stewnrd on tho U. S, S. T,eviathnn and assistant manager if the Now Yorker hotel, the busi- -PKR hasthrivcd and expanded considerably. With 35 employes catering to the hociy of clicnLs, the restaurant fea- •ui-es Its »ea fc-Dd and Kansas City •Honks. Tlic owners emphasized that none of their quality food is purchased from the black mar- There is danclnj* nightly at Melody Lane, and facilities arc avail- •iblo to hold larRe dinners, banquets and wcddinp-receptions. As mnr.y as 180 persons have been •••^rvcd at one time In the restaurant. The prand opening of the estab- Mshment is planned for the fall. Tt is expected an expansion program will be developed, and besides the dining room and cocktail lounge, a tap room is planned for the basement. MOVING and TRUCKING Moving- to All Conn. Points Peter Moruska NAUGATUCK. CONN. PHONE 2588 or 6112 Stoves Moved Refrigerator* Moved dyne Glass Shop Tnble Lamp* $7.915 up Bed, Boudoir I,»ropm $3.95 up Gifts of All DoNcrlptlon* Ronllntlc ArtlflclaS Flowent. JoH«ph(nc Mnnro. Prop. 29 HARRISOJV AVE. 1W.] 4-4SM AIRPORT DINER At Bethany Airport Operated by Ex-G.I. MAURICE J. -TOLLY Amity Rond, Bethany THE White Meat Market ; nnd GROCERY FRUITS — VEGETABLES : John Ganpnr, Prop. ... 157 RUBBER AVE. DIAL S»0 I Glcnwood Ranges I Ostcrmoor and Red Groan MnttrcsNcft i Knierwon and Sonora i Kelvjnator Refrlfrerntorn i ABC WnsherK nnd Iron«rn Bcndlx and Maytag Warthcru As-ents for All the Better Types of Furniture SEYMOUR FURNITURE COMPANY 2fl BANK ST. TEL. 2307 — Seymour — Rndlntorn Ftunhed Oil - GreaMnr Tire Ropnlr MIKE'S * KRVICE i"."vi^ BRIDGE ST. UNION CITY NnugHtuck r SELRITE Juvenile Furniture Co. TOYS - GIFTS 470-472 South Main Stroet Wntcrbury, Conn. Tel. 4-4724 BANQUETS WEDDINGS Phono S4S8 PARADISE INN Wm. Pottl>ecker, Prop. FINEST FOODS Choice! Wlno - Liquor* Wakc.lcc Tnrrnco,, Annonl*, Conn. 1 1 **********.**,r***-**<*-l**.f.f ***.?*-*• The tallest structure in the United States outside of New York City '« the Terminal Tower in Cleveland, Ohio. It has 52 stories and has a height of 708 feet. Mount Vcrnon, home of'George Washington, narrowly escaped the auctioneer's hammer in 1856. It was secured by patriotic women and made a national shrine. HORNBECKER'S I Buck's Hill Tel. 4-8420 Wtby. HOMK COOKED FOOD We Ca(cr to Family Dinner* Office Parties, Banquet", Showers, Etc. Prospect St. Garage At ProHpnct St, and Locunt PARSONS SCREW PRODUCTS CO. Quality Headed and Automatic Screw Machine Products RUBRER AVE - NAUGATUCK VALLEY WELDING and Fabrication Works The Portable Wcldlnc Service Tel. 5492 Darra-James Corp. MILL SUPPLIES POWER TOOLS 22 Savings St Waterbury Tel. 5-2241 RELIABLE GRAIN and FUEL CO. { LEHJGH VAU.EY COAT^—ATLANTIC FUEL and RANGE.: Fertilizer* — Poultry Equlprn«nt — Baby Chick*., '•,'•.*;," '„ Field and Garden Sccdn •:'•>," /'• 5 Church St., Naugatuck Phone,3076 ;

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