Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on February 3, 1947 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, February 3, 1947
Page 5
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Dilettante of the Piano JACK CAMPBELi, Your Fuvorlte Selection! \villl I ..on MllstlM 1 jind Ills Urcliosini (Sundays Exooptcd) IMNULMU Kvory Night ami KKM EMBER the finest luncheon In town with Chef Amato's Dally Special. Jl-'s Melody Lana For Choice Food 2.'] JJARKISON AVE. 1 Wutorlniry Just Off Leavenworth • DISCUSS YOUJi J'LANS NOW • ESTIMATES SUBMITTED • NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REMODELING Matty J. Karbowicz Office: 1U3 Rubber Avo* Tel. 38C8 HOME-MA 18 CHURCH ST. UAKKKV Product* ELITE Bakery NAUO. 2907 CAS — Oil, LUBRICATION PARTS A. & K, SERVICE STATION ITU Maple Street Entire Stock of MISSES' AND WOMEN'S HOUSECOATS Sulllnir thN week ut. 20% REDUCTION All .Siitcft — Silk _ Cotton — Chenille uml Quilted KENNEDY DRY GOODS STORK 180 Church St. — Tel. 8491 Naufntuck WALTER HONCAL Masonry of all hinds 50 Falrcnild St. Tel. 5102 Lord's Servicenter 'Service for Everyone' 1 LUBRICATION - TIRKS RANGE and FURNACE OIL 110 N. Main St. T,el. 4893 EGGS FLORA'S POULTRY RANCH Extabllflhod 1030 FLORA K. PINKIIAM Tine* Bridge - Beacon Fall* Duren Roofing 1 Co. Homing - Siding - Insulation 48 KAMONA AVENUE Wutttrhury — TH. 3-7943 RODMAN Convalescent Home 159 Meadow St. TKL. 3354 JANUARY CLEARANCE — in — All Departments BOSTON STORE Dry Good* !» CIIUKCII ST. TKI-. 5850 Call for Our PROMPT PICKUP and DELIVERY SERVICE D. LIEBERMAN D. Thurston's Sons Ice Company OIL BURNERS FUEL OIL RUBBER AVENUE Nuugutuck 2208 SHAKER'S AUTO Maintenance Complete Auto Service Body Work Day and Nlfht Road Service 1333 SOUTH MAIN STRKET Wutorbury Phone 5-1238 Calls - Phone 3-0708 Vic's Smoke Shop Ciindy, Ic«. Crt-uiii, Soft MuK»zlne.<i, Toy* I CIIUHCII ST. NuURntUCk i T^OOD EAT IN COMFORT In Our Dining Room TEDDY'TblNER South Main St. Tel. 4896 FRANKIE'S ROADSIDE INN Featuring I S\iii(liic«i ) Sniluj. 0 Bur-ll-Q I CIIIICH 9 Mllr.x Coffen Sriiltoxt Ic« Crcum Wutorbiiry-NaiiButuck Koud Joe's Restaurant FINK FOOIJ un<l MQUOB S|ifdiil Att«ntllon for Wedding I'urtlcs 1S3 MAIN ST., 9KYMOUB Tel. 2833 George J. Demers ROOM NO OF Atf- TYPKS Chlmni;.v.i Cleaned, Repaired 1-17 CITY HIM, ST. Tel. 0903 V. E. OUSTAPSON — Vutt'nt MrdlrJneN — Liinrhooni'tln - ICP Cream Groceries - MuguxIncM 169 Rulibrr Ave. Phone 4690 HUBBELL'S SERVICE STATION Lubrlcutlnr Specialist* GAS . OIL ' REPAIRING 1»3 Rubber Ave. Tel. 404? DiNAPOLI'S RESTAURANT 1)13 BANK ST. FREE PARKING 0 THE BEST IN FOOD 9 THE BEST IN MUSIC « THE BEST IN SERVICE DANCING THURS.. FRI. AND SAT. WITH THE KEN THOMPSON HAMMOND ORGAN TRIO FLOOR ,SHOW SAT. NIGHT Culi-riii* to lluimin-u iinil I'lir- Uri,—Fur rmrfi'illl""" t'" 11 ''•"" 74 Fred's Grocery Finest Frultn and Vegetable* 37 HIGH ST. Tol.,4998 BU/INE// AND Between Season Blues Eliminated At Quality Cleaners The in-between season is often depressing - to many women, a rime when new 'spring frocks have .iot aa yet been displayed and the winter garments that, only a few months ago wcro so chic are now .seemingly .old and worn. A new lease on life Is sometimes the result, of having all those clothes cleansed to bring out their | brightness and restore them to former appearances. If you are in the category °I Jespondency due to not having three new'dresses, why not take the perfectly good ones you gow have.'.to the Quality Cleaners at 5 .•forth' Main .street, whore t'ney will be roturned to you with original .reshness. • •Undoubtedly you'll feel like a iiew woman when that ao-called 'old rug" comes back to you look- .ng as it did when you first pur- .-hased it from your favorite dress c'hop. Work taken to the Quality Cleaners is not done in Naugatuck, but rather_at. the large Quality Cleaners plant in Seymour. With use of the most modern machinery avail- -ble nnd the utmost speed, the jlothes me processed and returned 10 the Nuugatuck brancli store, which is only one or several throughout this section of the state. One of the mast reliable cleaners, work accomplished Is most satisfactory, and you'll be pleased with th« good service given. RELIABLE GRAIN and FUEL CO; IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ON IIAZLETON LKIIIOH VALLKY I'KICMIUM COAL and KOPPKR8 CONN.-COKE * I'llONK VOUK OftrtKtt 0 Church St., Naugatuck Phone 3070 F- lly JJOiltOXllV .JYI..,I>ISAI+S tog's Restaurant Bar Anthony Lacuna is shown behind his well-stocked bnr nt Log's res- tuurunt on Bridge street In the'.Union City section of the borough. Choice liquors, beers and wines arc served . from the efficiently operated bur. Patrons may also be sorved In!-the Brill, where they may order the most select dishes prepared by nn able chef. Log's Is a friendly place, where you'll meet your friends. The restaurant Is al- wnys available to large parties, banquets'or other festivities. DiNapoli's Is The Epitome In Restaurants Familiar Jpartfers Of Thurston's Seen Everywhere Throughout Area It gives you rather n homey 'feel- Usually, "when someone' ,su£<rests \ certain '-place, 'to -cat ' and danco the;-first reaction .one has, w.ho is not familiar with the spot, is that • concerning thi> -appearance-" if the. nl'ane "and whether or not the food' is good. These two principles lire. 1 ' vitally important 'and ones which immediately rome into one's-.Taind. Thnro is absolutely no question about these facts when- the person .suggests DiNapoli's restaurant, 91S Bank street, Watorbury, for hero is the plate which boasts of'thu best in food, music and service. Added to these statements is the one concerning'the interior an- pearance, which is one of the nicest to bu foundanywhere, Tim two dining rooms, bar and cocktail lounge have been desi;f!ied attractively and you'll fcol comfortable in the softly lighted and subdued atmosphere. Besides these attributes there is an added feature at DiNapoli's. which is the provision for dancing Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings with the Ken Thompson "^mimond Organ trio. And with this there is an elegant floor show on Saturday nights. One can ask for no -more when they go to DiNapoli's, where th epitome In restaurant catering i found. You'll delight at the qual Ity food that is served, whether i Is American or Italian. The tempt ing, appetizing dishes are dell cious and prepared with exact ness. Spurs Recruiting ing when you are in Bridgeport. Qr New Haven to .sen ti. fairiilidr bhio nnd silver carriur truck nnd note that it iH one of the D. Thurston's Sons fleet. A common sight up and down thp Valley and throughout the state is one of the seven carriers if the company. Seventeen years ago realizing the importance of oil as a heating unit, the company established the oil and oil burner sestion of the business, and now there arc storage tanks on the premises on .Rubber avenue with a capacity for 250,000 gallons.; ..Dependable' service has been otic of thu-great atlribu'loE .bfj'the concern, for not only 'do residents receive oil orders ' promptly, but the I'inv. also' does Yin overwhelming amount of inal trade. ice business. • its nrig- Forty-two years" ago tho company was' -established, and was known as an ice-harvesting and delivery concern. Although most homos* now, have electric refrigerators, there are ma.ny which retain ice boxes, .and of course, stores still'are in need of daily delivery of ice to insure freshness to products. Drugstores and restaurants are extremely dependent upon the ice company, which is the largest of its kind in the imiueiliiite vicinity.. Regardless of the weather, hot or cold, the yellow ice-trucks o.f the O. Thurslqn's Sons may' be sum on tho. main thoroughfares of tho borough. - Handl011 by Ley nards Caters To Children From Their Infancy Up You can look forward to some of the smartest youngsters clothes be ing available in the very near future at Leynard's outfitter^ to the younger set, 370 Church street, Leynard Bergcr, proprietor, is frequently traveling to New Yorlj, where he is buying the garments that you'll want for your children wl:.en spring rolls around. Even though it's only February and there are still a few weeks of cold winter weather, actually ;t won't be very long beforo Mother will begin studyihg her budget to provide for her children's upr iuite and 'dresses, Leynardla is one of the most completely stocked store of its kind in the section, and the outstanding youth store in the borough. It is frequently calcd headquarters for youngsters clothing. The store caters to children from infancy through grammar school es. Besides carrying underclothing, there is also a full line of dre.sses, coats, huts and accessories for the girls, and pants, shirts, jackets, suits, caps and other boys' we jr. But, the store does not only of- r clothing, for there is also accessories of every type for the jaby, toys, games, books and ull -LS of children's filings. Visit nard's and .see the vast stock on land, und you'll make the store our first and foremost shopping enter for the kiddies. »*• and Liquors Imported and Domestic PAIS LIQUOR! STORE 72 CHURCH ST. PHONE It'H Worth * Trip to VAJ Market For Finest Food* - - . SI Spring St. Union, City Phone Naucatuck 4010 • THE INC. Telephone 2226 PRINTER* SINCR Bob's Garage DODGE and PLYMOUTH Service uiid Part* Factory-Trained Mechanic* . . 457 N. Main St. Naugmtuck LEYNARD'S GiltLS* and BOYS' WINTER OUTFITS UM> Our Lay-Away Plan 170 CHURCH ST. efficient ami courteous drivers, it is alwu'y:; 'a pleasure to tr.ide with the company. NEW CAPITOL POLICE CHIEF F l\lf RADIO SERVICE • •"•*.• 20 Yearn Experience I'lckiip and Delivery 1730 EAST MAIN ST. Hamilton Theater Bnlldlnff Waturbury — Tel. 3-5407 LOG' S BAR and GRILL 06 BRIDGE STREET Tel. 4897 ARRIVING IN NEW YORK shortly after his release from Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, D. C., where he was pronounced "fit," General Dwlght D. Eisenhower doffs his cap In • cheery hello. Speaking at a dinner in New Ydrk, the General said that U. S. occupation forces in Germany and Japan were cut to the danger point ^International) FORMER PENNSYLVANIA STATE TROOPER William J.-Broderick (lolt) of Harrisburg, Pa., has bosn named chief of the Capitol police. Following a special swearing-in ceremony in Washington, Broderick is congratulated by Sen. Edward Martin of Pennsylvania. (International) AS WIND FANNED TACOMA FIRE Seymour Company Expert In Road, Driveway Work Construction mon have' b'ccn in luck this winter,, as only a minimum of time has been lost through inclement weather. Equipment of thes V & .1-1 'Trucking Co., 482 North Muin street, Seymour, which ordinarily might, not be seen in the | borough at tliis time of year lire ;i common eig'lit. Experts in excavating, ' truck- inp, road nnd driveway 'construc- tinn, the company has had crews employed in the.borough throughout the winter. But, it is likely that most -persons considering: such work as is accomplished by the company are making plans for spring. It is not unusual to hear someone say, "we're planning to break ground in the spring-." With such plans in mind; these persons should consider the concern which is to complete the work of excavating, and later the con struction o£ stone work. Along with the trucking firm is 'the Seymour Sand &. Stone com p a n y, which deals in washed screened sand, crushed gravel, and quarried granite building stone Two firms working hand in hand can assume a gseat responsibility taking it completely off your shoulders. For information concerning your particular job, it would be wise to contact Charles W, Varian owner of : thc .firms. One of th,e best examples of the companies' work is in the Bristol Terrace section of the borough, where roads have been constructed by the V & H Trucking Company, Quality DYERS and Our Modern Cleaning Plant Assure* 1'ou Better Cleaning 5 No. Main St., Naugutuck JACK'S AUTO BODY toe So. Main St. TeL (let rifONK DERBY S489 Walsh's Green Acres Catering to Weddings, Banquet*, Partlei, Choice Food* and Liquor* Derby Avenue Seymour SAVE As You Buy WE GIVE Green Stamps With Kvery 1'urelume ISAACSON'S INC. QUALITY DRY GOO OH SEYMOUR HENDRYX BIRD CAGK8 AND STANDS CafttN at $4.95, $9.95, $10.95 And All-Chrome Caff at $15.00 StandH at J4.95, $9.95 and $13.95 JOHNJ.CONNOLE 70 Grand St. Wtbry, Tel. 4-7SM. Dancing Sat, -and .Sun. lo Music of Felix Zrmhr Orchestra 1 . — ' Valley Grill 158 No. Main St. Tel, 41 Suit-able for Her Clyne Glass Shop Table Lamp* <T.W ap Red, Boudoir Lamps »SM up Glftn or All DeBcrlnttoitB Realistic Artificial Flowers Jonephtfv Manto, Prop. 29 HARRISON AYR. : Waterbury Trt and TRUCKING Moving to All Conn. Point* Peter Moruska NAOGATUCK. CONN. PHONE 2586 Or 5118 Sloven Moved : Refrigerator* Mowed TIIK White Meat Market and GROCERY FRCITS — VBGETABI.ES John Goapar, Prop. 1ST RUBBER AVE. VIAL. AIRPORT DINER At Bethany Airport Operated by Ex-G.I. MAURICE .1. JOLLY Amity Road, Bethany Radiator* Fluitwd Oil - GrMMlny Tire Repair Wanhlnc MIKE'S SEBVICB 1Ti ** V1 ^ BRIDGE ST. CNION CITY Naucatuck 4DM HORNBECKER'S Buck'K Hill Tel. 4-8420 Wtby. HOME COOKED FOOD We Cater to Family Dinner* Office Parties, Banquet*, ShowcrH, Etc, PARSONS SCREW PRODUCTS CO. Quality Headed and Automatic Screw Machine Product* RUBBER AVE - NAUGATCCK SELRITE Juvenile Furniture Co. TOYS - GIFTS 470-472 South Main Stre*» W»tcrbury, Conn. Tel. 4-4724 VALLEY WELDING and Fabrication Works. The Portable Welding Service Tel. 5492 FIRE RAGES UNCONTROLLED -through three buildings ol the CenteniiiaJ Flouring Mills on Puget Sound, Tacoma, Wash., as a 72-mile-aii-hour gale whipped the flames to new fury, livery available piece of lire apparatus was brought to the icene to prevent the flames 1'roin spreading. BANQUETS 'WEDDINGP I'lione MM PARADISE INN Win. rotlbecker,' Frop. FINEST FOODS Choice Wine - Liquor* Wakclee Terrac<*. Arnonla, OMB. Damage was officially estimated at $1,259,000. (International') FILM ACTRESS Lizabeth Scott'wear* a suit designed tor hei by Jean • Louis in w.hich the reverse side of grey-blue wool is used, with the self stripe employed in unusual fashion. A. .black btret from Paris tout the eniembl*. (International) Prospect St. Oarage At rroxpect St, and Locust Corp. H MILL SUPPLIES POWER TOOLS 22 SaviiT$s v St. Water-bury Tel. The V & H Trucking Company Kxcavuting — Trucking >>- Driveway* — Road Conctructto* The Seymour Sand & Stone Company Washed Screened Sand — Wanhed Cruihed Gravel Quarried Granite Building Stone 482 NO. MAIN ST. — TEL. SEYMOUR 2531 '.W I

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