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The New York Age from New York, New York • Page 17

The New York Agei
New York, New York
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A 3 of Ui I Butterfly Inn in Tuckahoe Serves Best in Food and Drinks Where the welcome mat Is always out and a spirit of friendliness prevails, an appreciative clientele is certain to be found. This circumstance is always in evidence at the Butterfly Inn located at 47 Washington Street in Tuckahoe, N. where the best in food and drinks are always available. Originally established here some 20 years ago. in 1938 the name was changed to the Butterfly Inn and they specialise in serving Steaks, Chops.

Southern Fried Chicken, Real Virginia Baked Ham and a variety of other foods which are all home cooked, as well as Fine wines. Whiskeys and Beer all served In a congenial atmosphere. When the popular Butterfly Inn opened, it gained Immediate approval from a host of discriminating people and through the ensuing period has added Impressively to its original standing. Open daily from 8:30 a.m., until a.m., and Sundays from 1 in the afternoon until the next morning, this popular establishment is When Bereavement Falls Call Lincoln E. Scott of Flushing Aiding a clientele throughout the entire 9 Boroughs of N.Y.C, who have learned to call upon them when bereavement falls, with a comprehensive service that Is outstanding, Lincoln E.

Scott's Funeral Home of 130 40 38th In Flushing. N. fulfills a nec i i need for th entire community. Established at their present ad dress some 10 year ago by the owner and director, Lincoln E. Scott, who has over 1 4 years of experience in the funeral directing profession, their telephone number of Flushing 7V7J can be reached at any time of the day or night.

Facilities for services and supplying the necessary motor equipment, officials and employees of Lin cola E. Scott's Funeral Home give their personal attention, advice and counsel whea death occur. Mr. Scott is particularly Interested In taking the complete Job off your hands at a time whea a friend is so necessary. When you place your funeral plans and problems under his capable direction he sees that each and every "Willie's" Has Variety of Foods And Ice Cold Deer, in Bronx Quality, variety and economy values are found in the complete stock of first class groceries, fresh meats, cold cut, frozen foods, fruits, vegetables, dairy product fresh killed poultry, the famous Mardi Cras Ice Cream and really Ice cold beer, at Willie's located at the corner of St Paul Place and Brook Avenue in the Bronx.

Taken over some 3 years ago by the present owner. William Nettles, who ban over years of experience la thW field of endeavor, this leading food shop la open dally from 8:30 sum, until 11:30 p.aa, aad Sundays from pan, until pan. Offering his customers a ra nd. loneze H. Jefferson Provides Complete Funeral Directing Services Good service, prompt attention and courtesy account for the success In any field of endeavour whether it he a large enterprise or a small business.

These step in achieving a good and worthy service to the public, are necessary if a business is to win the favor of its clientele. Reliable business people take pride in the services they have to offer and therefore render their under the ownership or Mrs. juan ita Lopes Beasley with her bus band Mr. Ernest Beasley, the man ager, who has over 20 years of experience and Mrs. Beasley'a experience dates back to 1931.

The popular bartender at the Butterfly Inn is the well known Bob Roberts who has been connected with this establishment since 1938. Capable management has been the dominant factor in the reputation enjoyed by the Butterfly Inn. Weekes Luncheonette Has A Different Special variety is one or tne commanding aspects associated with the service schedule at Weekes Luncheonette located at 900 Sr. Nicholas Ave. at the corner of 155th Street In N.T.C where a full assortment of sandwiches, luncheons, platters, club steaks, and a different daily home cooked special is featured every day.

Using only fresh vegetables and detail Is attended to la the most efficient manner. When called Into a bereaved home Mr. Scott immediately assumes charge of all funeral plans. There is always a feeling of security and sincere aid apparent when the bereaved family calls upon him to perform the all Important tasks of funeral directing. Orest V.

Maresca, Candidate for Assembly, 13th A. D. Our entire governmental system is based oa the solid aspect of our legislative bodies, for without the proper representation our program, of executory acthrtty and legislatioa would eoOapse. With a background of the proper experience and a necessary knowledge of the needs and requirements of the 13th Assembly District of New York County, Orest V. Maresca.

who is the Democratic Candidate for the Assembly from the 13th AJ, Is in our opinion well qualified to serve in that body in Albany. A native of New York City, Mr. riety of the best of merchandise available at the most reasonable of prices, Mr. Nettle also makes deliveries throughout this entire area for. tho who call him at Jerome 8 8731.

While the high quality ideal has always been adhered to it has aev. er been a means of Mr. Nettle endeavoring to raise prices above the average. Dollar for dollar value has always been one of the cardinal attribute associated with the rise and reputation of "Willie's." Neat, clean aad Inviting "this store fulfills a necessary need for housewives) aad resident throughout th entire area. closest supervision and attention to each and every detail.

Noted for combining these factors in a most effective manner is the funeral services of Miss loneze H. Jefferson located at 436 Lenox Avenue between 131st and 132nd Street la New Tork City. Established in N.Y In 1944, Miss Jefferson has been at her present address for the past 6 month and on nd after September 1. 1950, will be In her own new Funeral Home at 2274 7th Avenue, in N.T.C licensed la the State of N. Mis Jefferson ha a background of 10 years of experience in this profession and she arranges all details during the time of bereavement.

Including the supplying of all necessary motor vehicles, facilities for services and advice and suggestions to the bereaved family. Interested In taking the burden of worries and arrangements off your hands at a Urns when a friend Is realty needed Miss Jefferson can be reached at any hour of th day or night by calling Wadsworth 8 0561. Evry Day serving the famous "Hydro Tee Cream'' at their fountain Weekes Luncheonette 1 open 24 hours a day and never dosed. Established here 8 years ago by the owners Mr. Wilfred Weekes and his wife Mrs.

Nettle Weekes, only the best is brought to this popular location and much of the standing of the business has been due to the capable efficient and ever courteous servies offered. Renovated some 3 and one half years ago, Weekes Luncheonette is devoted to promoting the welfare and Interests of their customers in every Instance, with the result that many natrons come from afar to partake of the many delightful aspect associated with this Place. Cleanliness and courtesy to each and every customer plays aa important role fa the reputation that is being enjoyed by the Weekes Luneeoaette throughout this en tire Democratic Maresca has been a resMeat of the 13th A.D, for tha past 25 years and new makes hi residence at 500 West Mist Street. Graduating from St. John' University In Brooklyn with the Decree of BJ5.

In 1937, Mr. Maresca received his B.L. Degree from the N. Y. Law School la 1940 and that same year.

1940, was admitted to tha New York State Bar. His practice of Law was interrupted la 1943 when he went into the V. 8. Army where he served his Country until is4a Upon his return from Service he was appointed as Probation officer in the New York City Magistrate's Court where he remained on til December of 1947 when he was appointed as Assistant United States Fed. era! Attorney, In which position he stM serve.

A member of the K. of Ava Maria ObaacU. Holy Name Society, Federal Bar Association. District Attorney's Association of the State of New York, American Legion, Mr. Maresca is also a member of the Tioga Democratic Club Carver Democratic s.

The people' interests have al ways been the Interests of Mr. Maresca and he always aimed ts do a thoroughly reliable, honest and efficient job in the behalf of those he baa represented. Maintaining a private law office at ISO Broadway in Down town New York, Mr. Maresca is affiliated with the weil knowa Har old A. Stevens at that location.

i aaanai The Fur Workers Resort located at White Lake, New York, has 409 acres, two lake for swimming aad all sports facilities. Th resort also has a day camp where children are trained by counselors. The secen above is part of tha huge open patio. Special rates are available to trade unionists aad may be had by calling the Furriers Joint Council at WAtkins 4 400. Andrew's Candy Store Open Daily And Sundays Until la every community the neigh borhood candy store is an enter prise of long standing and a vast background, holding much that 1 popular in the life of the area and devoting itself wholeheartedly to supplying tfie public with a line of needs that outdoes its original aspect.

Not only cigars, but a line of general smokers' supplies, cigar ettes, notions; newspaper, mega sines, cold soda. "Borden's Ice Cream" and various other items are contained in the replete stock at Andrew's Candy Store located at 60 West 129th Street, in N.Y.C. which has held forth sine founding in 1934 a one of the Call Delivery In Brooklyn Cleaning, Pressing, etc. By Daniels "Qeanlines is next to Godli ness is statement which has beea taken lightly by a lot of folks, but yet it is oae that pays big dividend to those who take seriously. There is little that strikes the eye autd wins the favor of other people than a person who is neat and dean about his drew and ap pearance.

For countless thousands, dry cleaning concerns are the tickets to social and professional suooess on the outside. It make no difference how old a person' clothe may be; If they are clean someone is going to notice them for that Heard Is Harlem's Deliveries Made Anywhere in U.S. Flower tell a mute story of appreciation, respect, esteem and often carry a congratulatory message. Thus tha modern florist plays, an indispensable part In our daily life, since hi shop is the source of our ability to "Say it with Offering a selection of the best that the trade provides Heard The Florist located at 407 Lenox Ave, near 130th Street in N.Y.C, phone Ao, 3 9458 and Au. 3 9367, has rounded out a scope of activity in floral sei flees that is in a class by itself.

Cut flowers, potted plants, palms, floral specialties, wedding and funeral sprays and design, holiday floral pieces and various other items of the trade are carried in the complete stock of Heard The Florist. Midnight commanding member of its field. This business ha been continued along the present progressive channel tbrough the efforts and activity of the owner, Mr. Paul Andrew whose 30 year of experience and knowledge of local needs and how to supply them have added appreciably to the original standing of this business. The Andrew's Candy Store i open daily and Sunday from 7 in the morning until midnight, and Mr.

Andrews uses the best elements of service in an effort to provide both regular a well mm new customers with major of satisfaction. reason alone. Performing a valuable service for its patrons Al Daniels, ot 244 Sumner Avenue between Lexington and Greene in Brooklyn. N.Y provides the best in French Dry Cleaning, Pressing, Tailoring. Rpeairing and Alterations with a call and delivery service in this entire area for those who call him at Glenmore 3 2891.

Established here 7 yean ago and open daily from 8 A until 7:30 P.M., and Saturdays until Pit, Mr. Daniels with over 29 years of experience in this business gives hi close personal attention and supervision to each and every customer who cans upon him. Leading Florist Established la Harlem some 43 years ago thi business under the ownership of James Heard has been located at their present address for the past 20 years. Well known and recognised In the florist field Mr. Heard is th president of the National Florist's Club as well as holding mem.

bership in the N. Y. Flower Club, and be ha a background of 44 years of experience as a florist. In an effort to help those who desire to learn this business Mr. Heard will train and teach both men and women the proper art of the florist' profession.

Open daily from 8 a.m, until 9 p.m, and Sundays from 8 a until 6 pun, you may order your flowers by phone and deliveries are made in any part of the U.S, NEXT WEEK JULY 22. 1950 dD ln Anniversary Edition Of The NEW Age.

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