The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida on November 20, 1943 · 9
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The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida · 9

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Waller Winclicll Watch For Dewey’s Hat To Sail Into Ring When His Tri° Says One Two Three Go! Scrambled Kggs: Insiders discount the statements that Gov Dewey is not a candidate for the 1944 Presidency They claim Dewey has a brain-trust of three public relations men who watch the trends for him Dewey is expected to throw his hat in the ring when the time is opportune Supreme Court Justice Aurelio had plenty to fight for in the recent election The job pays $22500 a 3 ear for 14 years At the end of that time Aurelio will be 70 and entitled to retirement on a measly $11 000 per annum for life A titled foreigner’s application for citizenship w ill he refused as the result of his alleged eonnectlon with thp set that ran with Vane loneigan accused wife Killer Whtn Wacs hear the md of that song which goes: "Nothing can stop the Armv Air C01 ps!" — they shout: "Kxcept a woman!" ' Her crow’d believes Nancy do Maiigny will quit him within six months She spent her only coin $10000 for his defense Nothing that happens in the rest of the wot Id can change thp first-night swanky doodles They still have the best seats the best clothes and the worst manners If jou want to fracture some illusions about Broadway— have a look at the past -faced weary Broadwayites who sit around in the all-night places Nearly all of them appear 10 years older than thev are — and they feel it Vhy doesn’t someone stop the radio clowns from ismg physical disabilities as‘ the subject for quipping? Before vou send phonograph records to men overseas — make sure first they have a phonograph to play them on Many soldiers W'rite that they get records but can’t play them Boston officials are the strictest censors when it comes to books plays and films They consider a risque joke more dangerous ‘than Nazi propaganda On May 27 1940 this column mentioned a charge made on the floor of Congress concerning a Robert Reiner The charge was that Reiner was president of the Board of Trade for the German-American Commerce Inc of New York The Congressman alleged that the group was a front for pro-Nazis Reiner is currently engaged in U S Gov’t contracts for the Army and Navy! The column has received a letter stating that Colonl James Roamer never issued any orders regarding the book "Under Cover" We will be glad to underscore the denial after we hear from the N Y Post’s Washington correspondents Van Devander and Plaver who on Oct 27th published it They wrote "Col Roamer told us he was making the survey - Some of the quiz shows have become romedy programs with the questions serving as stooges for quips Movietown should dream up new angles about films dealing with Nazi-occupied places Too many of the recent ones fail in the same pattern You cannot make Americans understand the natuie of the enemy with yawns Hollywood makeup wizards should quit trying to give Dinah Shore a coating of glamour They hide her fiesh natuial appeal We don’t know what it proves hut anonymous actors on most radio serials earn fatter wages than inany of the weUknown in Broadway hits Britisher went wild over Irving Bet lln which is no scoop of rourse His personality gets into hearts the way hi songs do When the picture "Confessions of a Nazi Spv" was leleased some legislators in the Capitol tried to suppress it That movie's revelations were eventually confirmed by the ftont pages Now Ihe same obstructionists want to muzzle "Under Cover" the No 1 bc-t-selling hook You do not need a good show to have a hit these days Mrtely a theater for it One street in New Yoik (oJnl) has 25 joynu — all of them prospering Menjon letuined from overseas to report that among the pet movie stars of the troops Is Jane Russell who made only’ one film wnich has never been released Yon can tell that people are conscious of the 1944 elections When men who may run for that high office appear on the screen they attract lusty applause and hissing Cong Melvin Maas says the Japs are still winning the w’r In case you're tempted to take him seriously be reminded that Maas was the expert who aftPr a few days’ visit to the South Tacific after Tearl Harbor returned to report that the Japs had sunk our fleet Cong Clare E Hoffman has attacked the war records of Naval officers He tried to get a court martial for one of them The same Congressman Hoffman whose own son Leo (a lieutenant In the Navy) has a soft shore assignment far from the battle lines Been stationed at the Brewster plant In Long Island right along VASA LODGE 554 Thanksgiving Benefit Dance at VASA HALL 3800 V F SFCOD A K 0 4’f lurk— Good Mimic Admitrt 65c Service Men 2Nr RAINBOW aosut 774 N (V Sfilh St rh 2-9984 rioer Shows 10:00 and 1200 PJi Featuring JERRY DEL RIO Dine and Dance to the Rainbow Rhythm Band TARE BUSSES OR IB i rawrsytirir 0 CMltiS GZEHI© rrrrnftfTTmg nantertan QOuW nr-uum rrrm jxwrfpa DELICATE FRANK 1675 ALTON RO MIAMI BEACH Presents A Sensational NEW SHOW Lnulis Galore MATT PAGE YerwUil M f' ‘PitMir Gnnffster No 1 HAPPY LAWSON 2 W Kadio Mar and ationally Known Son Writer ELEANOR HOUSE v Firebrand of Son MARIE I BILLY MANTELL Fecrntrle Danre Comedian Sinter DAVE DBUCKEB A HIS ORCHESTRA Good F ood— Moderate Trtrea o over Ih fll8l BiscayneTBlTd1 Featuring -7 JU uanita uare?z Citm Ameferen Sagtog Slat FORAN SISTERS and Tom ltemhoal Dance Favorite ’ & & ? 73 At POLL-MAR DANCERS 51 A Bevy Of Beautiful Cirls A Florida Power and Light co employes of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local B-359 will holcj their monthly card game and party at 8 tonight at Indiana State society hall 2170 N W 17tli ave The TURF CLUB 724 N W 79th ST PH 7-9229 Continuous Entertainment Where Hilarity Prevailsl Charlie’s I Featuring GEO KELLY M C Yob Know by Now— Ho'i the Beil THE BROOKS TWINS Tho Screwiest Funniest Pair you've Ever Seen - DOLLY EDWARDS BOBBY BRENNAN The CoolfHt Spot In Town AIR CONDITIONED Ahowa 9 nod 11 P M BLR OPENS fetM)AS 6 P M 'DANCING' CLUB 634 634 Collins Avenue Miami Beach SID WHITE PRESENTS A NEW ALL-STAR SHOW 6 — BIG ACTS — 6 Starring i DOLLY KRAMER Pvnamic Sonr Stylist RABY CRIDER “Old Korkin (hair’s Got Me” TONI HARPER A Gal From Frlaco BABYETTE A Gal From litiffnln ILICE LYNN Star Dancer STELLA FIELDS Tahitian Dance Monde 1 3 SHOWS NIGHTLY 7:30 — 9:00 — 11:00 Music By Johnny Kemp and His Orchestra POPULAR PRICES Present FREDDIE BERNARD Prince of Fro TANGIA Sensation! Spitfire from Venezuela PATRICIA GAYE OulKtamllnr Bong Stjllat WHITING SISTERS Danrlti Darling A Tempklns’ Orchestra DE LUXE DINNER Include entree enup vegetable heteraxe and tlennert Three Shows Every Nile Celebrity Nito Every Sunday MODFRATK PRICES— NO COVER Ale Conditioned— Ph 2-9641 2-8779 Ruaae 11 15 10 St' p at Our Door Liquor Hoard Quiz Called ‘Useless’ By The Associated Press LOUISVILLE Ky Nov 19— The Senate appropriation of $10000 for an Investigation of the nation’s whiskv famine was termed "useless" Friday by the men who direct the industry in this bourbon producing fenter Answering the often heard charge of "hoarding” distillerv executives said there was less whisky on sale because none had been made for more than a year and the public grabbed for it more eagerly than it did for nylon stockings One of the worst misstatements they claimed is that there Is a five-year supply on hand Actually they declared under present rate of consumption only two to two and a half years’ supply remains Total stocks in Kentucky were listed by the Kentucky tax commission in its latest report as 4046-378 barrels Much of that has been bottled since the report Barrels of four-year-old liquors contain less than a full barrel because of evaporation It must be four years old before it can be bottled in bond The rate of evaporation shows it is to a distiller’s advantage to bottle his barreled goods in four years instead of "hoarding" as the Washington investigators seem to suspect the distillers said CITY LIFE Vital Statistics A cn against Georg Mallow 1810 N W 23rd st charged with keeping chirkcns illegally wa continued Friday by Judge Louie Ban-del In City court to give Mallow a Chance to obtain the signatures of residents for 200 feet around his chicken yard Tho case will he hcatd Wednesday Miami Optimist Hull's board of governors at a luncheon Friday unanimously elected Victor Moore vice-president to the presidency being vacated by Lt Comdr Thomas P Lynch who resigned because he is being transferred by the Navy next w'eek to Oakland Cal J Fritz Gordon w as chosen vice-president The club meeting at noon next Wednesday at the Royal Center will be a farewell party for Lynch Licensed To JT'ed FOLTZER-KOGE— Euxene W 21 Army Newark N J and Miami Roach and Barbaia G 20 secretary- Newark and 1461 Washington ave Miami Beach WARREN-SHEETS— Rov C 28 Army Valdosta Ga and Belmore hotel Miami Bpach and Catherine 20 Lake Park Ga and Belmore hotel McCARTHY-LUCKEY — Edward E 32 Army Watervliet N Y and Miami Beach and Myrtis L 23 student nurse Homestead AKINS-EWING— Ernest M 28 Army 2488 N W 55th at and Dorothy E 18 telegraph operator 40 N W 56th at Miami PANCHISION-HADFSTY— Walter 22 Marine Fiarkvllle pa and NAS Miami and Marv Poitla 21 Frackvllle and 555 N W 28th at Miami del VI A R MOL-MI NOR — Fran cl a A 23 Navy New Orleans Ia and Miami and Jtillth Elizabeth 21 stenographer New Otleana and Strand hotel Miami HARDEMAN-CAV1N— Aubrey L 28 soldier Rome Ga and Miami Beach and Bonnie T 31 saleslady Menlo Ga and Ivdo hotel Miami Beach WARD-WEAKLAND— Maholnt Dealer 24 Navv Omaha Neh and Pier 2 and Catherine 23 Omaha and rershin hotel Miami BUTLER-SMITH — Jnme I 35 furniture manufacturer 852 N W First st and Eleanor C 24 secretarv Baltimore Md and 217 Palm ave Palm Island Divorce Petitions COLEMAN — Pearl against Norman DeGUENTHER — J J against Margaret Mvrtle DICKINS — Zova against Randolph FERBER — Victor against Gwendolyn W OOI DFNBFRO — Irene against Sain HAIP1N — Juanita against James A HARTLEY— Charles J against Angela B H ASW1 LL — Margaret Block against Philip KFLLY — Adam against Carrie SCHLOWSKY — Florence M against Ahraham B STERN— Daisy Ethel aaalnat M Mltchel SIJM18A - Gladva Pinkston against Joseph SWANSON — Agnes Margaret Johnson ssainst Bernard VANDEREORD — Catherine against Cecil WARD— Avia Margaiet against Herschel Bsxter WERT — Thelma aaalnat David E Jr Alimony Petition DUKE — Margaret L asminst Jaok E Jr Divorce Decrees ALEXANDER — Benjamin from Arllne Parks BILLS— Marasret Irnm Raymond Jay BRADTMUELLER— Elmore C from Eleanor CRAW8FTAW- Earl from Hazel ERBECKFR— William C from Jassl (lOUMItK-Hvnmn from Rophle KNOX - Robert W from Ml Ruth KUPPKRMAN-Sylva W from Donald Her herl MII1S— Rlanehe I from James Archie Jr Plft IE — Iiernlee L from Robert 1 homes ROOME— Or see K from William Lee SCHOLLFNBb RCER— Marguerite Spradley front Charles Lee SHELTON — Florence B from Wlllon M WALLACE--Callla Horton from Thomas WALTON — Evelyn Kenyon ftom William Overton Births AYER9 Rov Allen Route 3 Box 330 Miami girl Brpnda Joyce Oct 5 BADGER Clvde Willard 1008 Jefferson ave boy Bruce Timothy Oct 11 BINGHAM David Grev 268 N W 44th st Miami girl Sharon Coleen Oct 15 BLALOCK Douglas William 3131 6 W First ave Miami girt Helen Inez Oct 20 BOEX Lewis Francis N Miami ave and 65th rt Miami girl Carol Lee Oct 25 BOUTON Dale Calay 1545 N W First at boy Dale Calav Jr Oct 31 CARNES Dorrance Oxtopv 528 8 W Second at Miami bov William Vincent Oct 13 CARTER Thomas McNah 2773 N W Thtid st bov Thomas Ernest Oct 18 CHAMPION David James 730 15th St Miami Beach alrl Donna June Ort 11 CHESLER Nathan Ezra 910 Pennsylvania ave girl Esta Mvta Ort 28 CLARK Paul Edmond 8600 N E 4th ave Miami bov Paul Edmond Jr Oct 12 CLARKE Grant Leach 1543 Michigan ave boy Grant Leach Jr Oct 11 CLARKSON Henry Howard 59 N E llth st Miami bov Charles Howard Oct 5 COBY William Richard 741 15th st girl Billie Reed Oct 7 COLEMAN John Berkley 111 Salamanca ave Coral Gables girl Carolyn Jeanne Oct 19 DAVENPORT Sterling Edwin 900 Jefferson ave girl Barbara Dian Oct 7 DENNY Harry Lamorn 4652 N W 23rd ae Miami bov Harry Wavne Oct 28 DeVALENCIA George Stndelfo 4476 S W 14th at Miami bov George Robert Ot t 9 DOUGLAS Richard Leon 6235 N W Miami ct Miami boy Krvrtan Oct 30 DUNLAP Clarence McDaniel 78 N W 68th ter girl Margaiet Louise Oct 12 FARMER Aubrey Hezeklah 820 Seventh st girl Donna Theresa On 24 FIFID James Emorv Jr 3425 Garden ave bov James Emorv III Oct 19 FILLY AW William Lee 1426 S W I8th st Miami girl Margate! Rita Oct 10 FINE Paul 1825 Meridian ave girl Olorla Jane Oct 7 FROMME Harrv Frederick Boca Raton bov Harrv Frederick jr Oct 7 OOIJETTE James Henry 365 N E 55th st gul Jill Yvette Oct I GOLUB Mever 1238 Drexel ave bov Richard David Oct 10 GREEN Conrad Erickson 3951 Psrk dr Coconut Grove bov Burges Marshall Oct 29 GROSSMAN Charles C 1551 Meridian ave bov Harrv David Oct 7 HAGAN Llovd Eslev 1027 Collins ave girl Sandra Elizabeth Oct 25 HOBAN Francis Edward 635 Lenox ave girl Patricia Anne Oct 30 GIG §K63ll US'?® HTTP enn THE SERVICE PARADE Silver Star Awarded Miamian Posthumously By HAZEL FOWLER NELSON” Herald Service Editor In a colorful ceremony which Included a review of the cadet corps at Bainbridge Md tribute was paid to the memory of a former Miamian w'ho lost his life In the Tunisian campaign Tho soldier T-5 I eon Rush 26 was awarded the Silver Star posthumously for his bravery in carrying out an important mission that cost him his life Corp Bush who lived here with an aunt Mrs Alex Tucker 2140 N V 52nd st wmrked as a plasterer before entering the Army in 1942 Information sent his fiancee Miss Ruth Englund 1718 N W 81th st described the circumstances w’hich brought the highest tributes from Army officials "He W’as sent w-ith a portable radio and three men to establish a post from which to observe enemy artillery battery which was subjecting his company to heavy fire Despite intense artillery mortar and small arms fire Bush maintained his post on a bare ridge without cover and relayed the sendings of the observer by radio to his company commander who in turn passed them on to a friendly artillery unit which fired on the enemy battery and silenced it” In presenting the Silver Star to the Miamian’s father Burrell B Bush Colquitt Ga the commanding officer said Bush was killed by enemy mortar shell while at his post Two of the men assigned to the mission were killed starting up the hill but Bush and one other got to the top and carried out their work Bush was ordered to come down but asked hi company commander to be allowed to stay at his post and direct the firing knowing It was almost certain death A foinier University of Florida student Karri Cone 21 has been appointed a naval aviation cadet and assigned to Pensacola for training He is the son of Mrs Gertrude D Mariie 1920 S W First st Jack Stinson 22 a graduate of Andrew Jackson High school is aboard a ship in the North African area after four y ears with the Navy A radio technician 2-e he was awarded the Purple Heart for wounds received in that area He is the son of Mrs Walter H Bolduc 1600 N W 41st st who moved here from Macon Ga about 19 years ago A sister Mary Frances Stinson 20 graduate of Andrew Jackson in 1940 joined the WAVES last January She is a storekeeper l-o stationed at Gordon airport Atlanta ‘ Joseph B “J B” Brelg former Miami Senior High school track star Is enroute to a coastal base for further orders which he hopes means foreign duty One of the first to enlist In the Navy from the Miami area he worked for Ingalls Electric co until he started his basic training in 1910 at Opa-locka The son of Mr and Mrs B C Breig 542 S W Third st he was promoted to chief aviation machinist's mate before leaving Hutchinson Kan for his new station He has served an apprenticeship of more -than three years at home bases He has a brother Francis X Breig seaman 1-c who visited him last month on hLs first short leave in two years Francis who enlisted In October 1941 drewr active service at the dose of his basic training at Norfolk Va Kgt John V Buxton son of Mr and Mrs T V Buxton 6346 N W First ct’ who entered th service two and a half years ago 1 stationed at Fort Myers after duty at Kingman field Ariz Rgt Buxton who spent a recent furlough here is attending gunners’ instructor school Tfc Richard H Strolim sevn of Mr Iren Strohm 565 N E R8th st will hp rpstly to sorvioe giant Lthorator bombpr when hp graduate in a few day from Ihp air-planp mechanics’ school at Kplr field Miss Up attended Embry-Riddle School of Aviation prior to hi induction Aviation Cadet Harold AY Kerr and John F Onkey of Miami are enrolled in the class taking basic flight instruction at the Independence Kan Army air field Cadet Kerr is the son of Mrs Mary Kerr 2928 S W 19th ter and Cadet Onkey is the son of Mrs Rosalie Onkey 3181 N W Sec ond st A former Miami Edison student Lt D C AYallace jr and his bride the former Maxine Stanley Me Allen Tex are visiting relatives in Miami on his first leave after foreign duly Lt Wallace wa married two months before he left for duty in the Pacific as a fighter pilot He saw foreign service for six months He and Mrs Wallace are visiting his sisters Mrs R M Hollis Mrs R E Day and 'Mrs D C Pearce and a brother J C Wallace all of Miami Before leaving Miami Lt Wallace lived at 113 N E 101st st Mother Is Accused Of Murdering Child PENSACOLA Nov 19 (UP)— Mrs Cagel llollid wife of a sailor Friday was accused of murdpr in connection W'lth the death of her chilcT which the sheriff’s office said had been strangled shortly after birth Mrs Hollid admitted being th mother of the Infant after its body was found in an outbuilding near here If Your Child Is Coughing Creomulsion relieves promptly because lt goes right to the scat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm and aid nature to so the and heal raw tender Inflamed bronchial mucous membranes Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding that your child Is to be benefited and you are to like its quick action in allaying the harassing cough without upsetting the stomach or you are to have your money back No narcotics CREOMULSION for Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis BRE1C CONE Who Despoiled Chief’s Onion Bed A prowler early Friday added-insult to injury when he walked through Police Chief H Leslie Quigg’s onion bed No one in the chief’s household at 1837 S W 23rd st heard him hut a sizable footprint in the chief’s pet onion bed under a living room window revealed at daylight that the prowler had been around The chief said he’s a very light sleeper He believe the Intruder wa frightened sway before he made an attempt to enter the house Groator Miami’ Finast DINNER Ssrvad 5 : 30 to 10 Daily Luncheons Served Noon Till 3 P M Owned unci Operated He WALKER- SKAGSETH Food Stores Frankie Mattlitwi' Mulls After Sum P M RESTAURANT AND BAR 0 W th ftt (iRmlamt Trail) at 24th Ati Ph 4-0646 — Park Fraa M&AsUl (jJIicAsl io l£2 & OPENDAi: Y 11 A M TO 2 ALPIERT’S RESTAURANT 4 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH Same Good Food — Same Management for 9 Years BREAKFASTS — LUNCHEONS — DINNERS Serving Only the Finestl Popular Prices BELVEDERE HOTEL EUCLID AVE AT 9TH ST MIAMI BEACH Breaktast 8 to 10 A M Lunch Noon to 1:30 P M Dinner 5:30 to 7 P M NOW SERVING LJUNCHEONS Piimmu AMERICAN and CHINESE DINNERS DINE ON OTR OCEN-VIE5f TERRACE Open © 4 T M Dally Sunday io 'tu xe Phona 58-1163 ON2 255S PICCIOLO RESTAURANT DINNERS FROM $100 Home-made Italian Bread Pastries and Pizza (Italian Tomato Pie) Baked On Premises 136 COLLINS AVENUE Telephon® 5-9031 MIAMI BEACH Duncan Hints Recommends ftettu’X RESTAURANT ATLANTIC CITY MIAMI DINE AND DANCE AT WARD MACKLIN'S IN n Wu Coral Way At 36th Ave Never a Cover F O U N T A I IV O F Tha Only frrrttrh Jtpt umnk Cuisine hr “Loula” Chef-Owner n Miami 1151 N W 79th St Phone 7-9680 feLRVINC I ROM 5 I M (CLOSED IOVDS) Bl IR (VINES KAY’S GRILL “Just Good Food SERVING BREAKFAST LUNCH AND DINNER 3629 N E 2nd Ave Phone 7-9331 Closed Monday THIS FEATURE APPEARS DAILY AND SUNDAY Greek Relief Opens Drive For Clothes A drive w ill be started today by the Greek War Relief association to collect 50000 garments in Miami to help clothe the people of Greece John Colozoff chairman of the local relief chapter sttessed the need for warm clothing such as wool suits coats jackets sweaters and trousers There also is a vital need for simple dresses of all materials every kind of children’s clothing blankets towels sheets pillow slips and shoes he said Colozoff asked that donations be left at the Hill bldg 998 W Flagler st relief headquarters’ Those with clothing to give but who lack transportation are asked to call 3-4673 A truck will pick up the offerings "Greeks have been unable to replace worn out clothing since the German occupation” Colozoff said “In all Greece there Is scarcely a clothing store open The women cannot find material or thread to mend garments or to make new ones The people are almost exhausted Unless they get warm - A' U sv4 ’ Ofltet&eGi H) ClIIL rmrrrm arcoJUryOiitsid Romwith Baths imlComolotelytCarpeted Patio fa? Dinineand Dancin la RATES from 'GOOD FOOD DD SANDWICH SHOP 238 23rd St Miami Beach A M (Close All Day Monday) 55c CfflSEFOOD Jnst As Yon I It IHNNfr K— MAet OlNR Tilt 1AM —Order! T Tk 0t 1720 AtTON RD 438 41st ST MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-2206 T R £ tTA TTH OC E A N For Dlfferonti lMnnrr EnJovrornfc Tty Plrrinln’ T among ITALIAN-AMERICAII RE-OPENS TUESDAY NOV 23 AT 5 P M Phone 2-9747 14 10 Itiscaync It ft if —TONIGHT’S SPECIAL-CLUB $4)00 STEAK L Chef 'tfttftri FVpbH Vprtabtri Pa(a(on Roll nrf Rutter Coffc or Tea TOMMY NUNEZ LATIN-AMERICAN BAND FLOOR SHOWS 9 & 12 For Reservation Fbone 4-9524 FAMOUS FOR LOBSTER & SHRIMP SPECIALS (AM rots ran rat) i lourd All lny Mnmlaj 3236 N MIAMI AVENUE rti Riii No 1 Y O U T It Saturday Nov 20 1943 THE MIAMI HERALD Pag 9- Death Near 9 But Bear Is Reprieved Upset from what first was believed poison Chubbie 7-year-old 400-pound trained bear of the Barnes Shows became so unruly in her cage at winter headquarters N W Fifth ct and 63rd st Friday that her trainer called for police and a sub-machine gun Sgt Charles Stanton responded but before tne machine gun arrived Chubhie’s trainer Charles Beers was able to get close enough to her to fasten her more securely within the cage Later never knowing how close she had been to execution Chub-bie quieted down Her owners later discounted a poison theory and concluded that Chubbie probably just wasn’t feeling well clothing their chance of survival will be sharply lowered” The relief association will try to raise 20 million garments throughout the United States The drive will end Dec 4 Articles collected w'ill be delivered to Greece by the International Red Cross KEYSTONE RESTAURANT 6234 NORTHEAST SECOND AVENUE " The Home ot Well-Balanced Meals' Dinner from S P M to 8 P M Doily — 12 M to 8 P M Sinday (CinSED MOVDIT51 $ JJisl OhitfiruxL SACSCELOfJfi NOW OPEN 834 Ponce de Leon Blvd Coral Gables Private Dining Room for Banquets and Parties DINNERS: DAILY 5 to 8:30 P M LUNCHEONS: DAILY 11 A M to 2:30 P m’ SUNDAY DINNERS: 12:00 to 8:30 LA SEVILLA at 2000 Ponce de Leon Blvd Is under the same management as Barcelona Reservation for both locations — Phone 4-1525 IS GOOD HEALTH' reach CLARA MAY DOWNEY'S O I n ey “JUST GOOD FOOD ’ FROM 6 P M DAILY 5 P M ON SUNDAYS (CLOSED MONDAY) v COCKTAIL LOUNGE From 6 BC5E 5f nr B — or — VENETIAN JIT VET to ALTON ROAD and DADE BOCLEVARD i s t 22nd and FARK AVE RAY’S of Chicago Closed Each Monday Servinq Our Quality Steak Direct From Chlcaqo Alio Chef Special Boll and Pastries Bakd In Our Own Oven Beautiful Bar and Cocktail Lvunqe Open Daily RAY ANKENBAUER Host JIM BRADLEY Manaqer 929 I INCOIN ROAD MIAMI IIKlI 11 NO COVER NO MINIMUM For Res 5-7846 CLOSED I RIDA Y TRESO AMERICAN RESTAURANT HOMEMADE PIZZA— RAVIOLI— LA SAGNIA Delicious Pies and Pastries Baked On Premises Come In and Try Our ITALIAN DINNERS From S100 1411 WASHINGTON AVE PH 5-9668 MIAMI BEACH XENIA’S RESTAURANT Pin In Onr Outdoor Tatto 2234 PARK AVE MIAMI BEACH Phen 5-9601 - RESTAURANT SEA FOOD & DE LUXE DINNERS From $125 Excellent Food and Liquors OPEN EVERY DAY FOR DINNER It SUPPER— SUNDAY AT NOON 29 KISCAYIVi IILVDe- i:s w:n a x i m s SPECIAI CHICKEN — FROQ LEGS — SEA FOODS IRKVfff RETREAT— HOCI4BILITT— S4ILOR WPLCOME nnvm RENTED Next To RojiI Tetter llU I ML If EH I Ell 310 SE FIRST STREET DINE AND DANCE OPEN DAILY FROM 11:30 A M SUNDAY 5:00 P M Authentic Chinese Dishes Also Steaks Chops and Chicken American Style SWEDISH INN 1113 N W 79th St Thone 1-9(40 Take No 13 Bn Open Every Day Except Toeiday Miami Hunter Loses Right Leg Mr-and Mrs E L Birmingham 68 S W 19th rd have left for Adrian Mich where their soru Robert C Birmingham 29 is in a critical condition after losing hi3 right leg in a hunting accident Young Birmingnam a eraduae of Miami Senior High school wai hunting deer 200 miles north of Adrian when his rifle accidentally discharged The bullet entered hi! thigh and emerged from hia foot shattering the leg test PETROLEUM JEUYTH1SWAY Pres Morohns Mpa thuzno axwi sbrssions 5c tnpJecu 10c HOTEL JAMES Newly Built 44 Rlork Off Llnzoln Koa4 1 Short Blorlc To Oeeaa Hotel Rooms and Apta by Day or Week 1680 JAMES AVE MIAMI BEACH a in PHONE 5-112: JLVL fjteaisw TYlhxmL Waahlnrton New York Miami Bewek 1045 DADE BOULEVARD FRIDAY AND 8ATIRD4Y MAINE LOBSTERS Open (very Da Kxrrpt Tunadsy CLUB BAR LOUNCC Oiwn fcwur 1 27th St and Collins Av Miami Beach Ph 5-1713 HOME OF STEAKS— CHOPS And All tho World-Famoue RUSSIAN DISHES TABLE D’HOTE DINNERS LUNCHEONS RUSSIAN GYPSY MUSIC Our Food and Liquor Are of iho HI ghost Standard VISIT OIK STAIINOKAD LOLMIE 8(8 Perrin tho I Inet ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOOD (Cloord Moodazo) A I Carte 9 P 81 to 11 T M CC1MNR BY NARCISO OLOR1 Luncheons 75c Dinners $1 Up (5 to 9 P M) FRENCH C A F E 01YI1la COCKTAIL LOUNGE LUNCH 45c up DINNER 85c up SwA NGKJdU- ORDERS PCI LP TO TAKE OCT PHONE 2-2277 IS N E 3RD AVE flkVuabHuT N Y CUT STEAK— CHOPS— SEA FOODS Full Count Swtdith-Amtriein Dinntrs Including Homo Mado Pastrio SERVED FROM 1 2 1 30 F M TO 9 Pi

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