Fort Lauderdale News from Fort Lauderdale, Florida on April 7, 1957 · Page 16
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Fort Lauderdale News from Fort Lauderdale, Florida · Page 16

Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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Sunday, April 7, 1957
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WGBS-Tr To Leave Airways Saturday Final Day For Station's Telecasts WQBS-TV, Channel 23, -will changed the name and moved telecast its final programs on: the station from Ft. Lauder-Saturday and leave the South dale to Miami. Florida airways, George B. "During the entire two years. Storer, president or the Storer, WGBS-TV has provided service Broadcasting Co., reported Sat- j to the public although operating Ufday. at a loss," he said. The land, broadcasting tower arid studio facilities of WGBS- TV have been purchased by Pub CHANNEL ADDED With the allocation of Channel 10, VHF. to WPST-TV in lie Service Television, Inc., which February and the report that plans to use them in putting j a fourth VHF station, Channel WPST-TV, Channel 10, on the 6, will be added to the area, aiin June. "it is now apparent that fur- The shutdown of WGBS-TVther operation of WGBS-TV on "t the end of this week depends on approval by the Federal Communications Commis- UHF is impractical, Storer said. G. T. Baker, president of Public Service, said that the use sion to which application was; of WGBS-TV facilities will en-made Friday. able the new station to come on Storer pointed out the com- the air three months sooner than pny had purchased WFTL-TV, had been planned. Channel 23. In December, 1954, Public Service Television is a j wholly-owned subsidiary of Na- -to FROM MIAMI 5s FioirSda Sailing every Friday 5 P.M. SS Florida carefree cruises to Nassau "add lest to any vacation for every. thing it planned for your complete t enjoyment. All outside staterooms, delicious meals, air-conditioned din-' ing room, cocktail bar and lounge, " orchestra end dancing, plus a full - eieasure of pleasure, playing, sightseeing and shopping for U-S. duty - free merchandise at enorrtou savings in Nassau. WEEKEND CRUISES The ship is your hotel all the way. ; Two nights at sea, two ' days and a night in ' Nassau. Outside state-v room 8 meals. 'ROUND TRIP Two nights at seo, out side stateroom, dinner and breakfast each way. Stopover privileges up to 6 months. See Veer Travel Agent or P.& O. STEAMSHIP COMPANY Municipal Pier 2, Miami, Florida FRanklin 9-3836 tional Airlines, Inc. 'Hairy' Burglar Escapes With $10 HOLLYWOOD A hairy-handed, light-footed thief got away with $12 from a purse lying in the living room of a Jackson St. home while the occupants chatted on the front porch. Mrs. Barbara Bellassar, 2442 Jackson St., told police she was sitting with her family on the front porch when she noticed a hairy hand reach through the kitchen door and place her purse on a table. The thief, wearing a khaki shirt, escaped through the rear door of the kitchen. A $10 bill and two silver dollars were taken from the purse. r, -;3 1 W. f jXy-. . . -s v-4 -1 I . - - ; tpf4t I Ji fit irM' "4 I I ff-i - "W". iVt I 4 21, , In : 51 UP. PtUS TAX $36, " UP. PLUS TAX TEST... J. Arthur Test If elected I will insist upon factual expense accounts instead of making fox-payers money a grab bag for City Commissioners ISeighbor-To-Xelghbor Campaign Cancer Crusade Day Set Tuesday Tuesday will be "C-C-Day", Cancer Crusade Day in most parts of Broward County.; With close to 2,000 volunteers ready for the American Cancer Society's neighbor - to - neighbor crusade, the double - barreled pleas to "fight cancer with a check-up and a check will begin the combined educational and fund-raising crusade, which will run through April. Mrs. Gwen Shoquist, executive director of the local ACS TJnit expressed gratification at the completeness of the preparations. Due to the large areas to be covered in the county, neighbors may be calling at different times. In Hollywood, trader the chairmanship of Mrs. Henry Andreas, Deerfield Beach with Mrs. Davis S. Pruitt as chairman, and at Plantation C-C- Day will be April 16th. ! In some parts of Ft. Lauder- I dale where large territories must'! be covered by the volunteer, cam- paign workers may call a little early. All volunteers will carry l their American Cancer Society identification. "The whole drive, Mrs- Shoquist said, "will be geared to the dual purpose of getting people to see their doctor for a physical checkup and to give money to aid the fight to control and eventually conquer cancer, man's crudest enemy." "We know that we will not reach everyone in the county on this Crusade and if we miss you we are sorry. We hope you will mail your contribution in the fight against cancer to your local unit of ACS. Leaflets listing cancer's seven danger signals will be widely distributed throughout the county during April, cancer control month, and the public will be urged to become familiar with them. None of these signals, Mrs. 't ?JTuderdale Sunday News 4-B - Ipril 7. 1957 Shoquist said, is necessarily a sign of cancer, but any one of them is reason for a visit to a doctor. And early detection of that disease, she added, has led to countless persons being cured If you do not receive an ACS educational leaflet, contact the local Unit of the American Cancer Society at 1000 S Federal Hwy. or call JA 4-2489. FURNITURE RENTAL BABY BEDS PLAY PENS HIGH CHAIRS AND ROLL AW AY BEDS (ALL SIZES) HOME FURNITURE COMPANY 210 S.W. lt AVE. IA 2-6401 Bargains In Furniture e LEWIS SHOES An SHOE REPAIRING Jj Rfi Wfnr a Wnlverlne n Work Shoe Boot. QUALITY SHOE REPAIRING B am s.w. 3nd st. I to-. fSnnd.7 Kevi photo by Steve Cresae) FLAG FOR TEMPLE Victor B. Freedman, commander of the Jewish War Veterans of Broward County hoists Old Glory as the climax of a service at Temple Emanu-EI dedicating the flag and flagpole presented by the JWV post. In the foreground are, left to right, Freedman, I. A. Sterling, Temple President Louis D. Sterling and Rabbi Marius Ranson. Printed Agenda To Aid Council OAKLAND PARK City Coun cil members in the future will have several days to study proposed agendas for upcoming meetings. All matters to come before council at a regular twice-month ly Wednesday night session must be listed with the city clerk on the preceding Friday. Printed agendas will then be made up and available to councilmen on Monday. The move came at the suggestion of Mayor R. L. Wilson who said council members would thus have time to prepare an swers and reach decisions oi matters to be presented. Mink furs brought lower prices than a year ago at Denmark's first 1957 auctions. Vote For VV. D. TAYLOR FOR CITY COMMISSIONER 32 years resident ei Ft. Lau-derdale). Honest and efficient economical government for ALL the people continuous improvement of our 'city and the future lives of our children. Improve street lighting better living wage for city employees 12th Street Bridge. 32 years resident. PId Political AdT. 19 S. ANDREWS AVE. One of America s Great Record Stores. EVERYTHING IN RECORDS Special One Week Only! FREE CLEANING CLOTHS with any LP. RECORD 19 SOUTH ANDREWS AVE. J A 3-3531 J- f. i " 4 ' CITY COMMISSION CANDIDATE CHARLES E. LTlJ who asks you . . . Can We Afford It? Your local taxes are going to be much higher next year, no matter what commissioners you elect, because the present administration has already spent the money. You can't change what has been done. But if you believe we should slow up on spending until wo find out if wo can afford it, then Charles Knight is the man you should elect. Here are additional facts about Charles Knight's program of good government for the good of Fort Lauderdale. 3 GIVE CITY MANAGER MORE AUTHORITY and limit the Commission to a super, visery and policy-setting body Instead 1 5 ELIMINATE "PIECEMEAL" PLANNING . . . use services of City Planner to prepare and present complete plan for city development. STOP PAYING FOR . . . Independent traffic survey use our full-time Traffic Engineer to work for traffic relief plan in cooperation with State Read Department. This plan should be presented to public before adoption. of an adunct to City Manager. SEEK ADVICE OF BUSINESSMEN . . . by creating an unpaid Citizens Advisory Board appointed by the Commission. RESPECT THE PUBLIC'S WISHES . let the voters decide on the need of all proposed major Improvements and in what order they should be carried out ... city should hold a referendum once a year. A paid political advertisement sponsored by Citizens Committee for "Charley" Knight ( ON Crossing Your Fingers May Help BUT ... If You Want To Be Really Safe call PATTON INSURANCE AGENCY 215 N. 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