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The Jewish Floridian ( January 15, 1954 )

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i^wiislbJEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY JME 28—Number 3 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 15. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS isenhower's Silence On McCarran Act Denounced President's Civil Rights Statement is Confined to Armed Forces Segregation tei/yen Sftifeeh mttH with Byreade 11 1 at War: mcernShown is] US Moves \o Arm Arabs WASHINGTON (JTA) — Di-ap pointment over President Eisenhower's failure to call for revision of the McCarran-Walter Immigration and Naturalization Act in his State of the Union message to Congress was voiced this \veek in many quarters. The President's stand on civil rights was also criticized as failing to go far enough in prescribing definite actions, and his statement on American Middle East policy failed to allay doubts widely held that the Administration's "new look" on the Middle East would not work to the advantage of Israel. The President's silence on the immigration measure was commented upon by Senator Herbert H. Lehman, of New York, who regretted "very' much that the President saw fit to omit any reference to the need for drastic amendment" of the act. The Jewish War Veterans, in a statement by Harry T. Madison, national commander, termed this omission from the message "dis; appointing." The organizatiop declared that the President's leadership last year in bringing about' enactment ol i i a r paaa n — f VSHINGTON (JTA) — Israel kmatic representatives expresses week the concern ol their rnment to Assistant Secreof State Henry A. Byroade legislation, "had stirred hope that reports of impending Amerij the Administration would take the military aid to Arab states., next logical step, which is a badly| Israel's request, Mr. Byroade needed revision of the McCarranfor over an hour with Minister' Walter law to cleanse American upotentiary Reuven Shiloah immigration policy of the taint of President's message that "while the President vaguely referred to progress made in the field of civil rights, there is no reference in the message to the need for fair employment legislation and other Federal civil rights measures. Indeed, his report and recommendations in the civil rights field are bare and discouraging." The Senator stressed that Mr. Eisenhower made "no reference whatever to the need for recovering ground already lost in the field of civil liberties and in broadening the horizons of individual rights and freedoms." Aid to Israel Circles in Washington concerned with economic support for Israel paid particular attention to the portion of the President's address which read: "The forthcoming budget message will propose main jtenance of the Presidential power I of transferability of all assistance funds and will ask authority to merge these funds with the regular defense funds. It will also propose that the Secretary of Defense have primary responsibility for the Continued en Pag* S A President Eisenhower confers with Harry T. Madison, Jewish War Veterans national commander, on a recent occasion in Washington. Madison this week termed the President .5 message to Congress "disappointing." Col. Chaim Herzog, chief miliattache of the Israel Embassy. Tin Israel diplomats sought clarlaiion of State Department plans [ship heavy munitions to Arab iue states still in a technical of war with Israel. An issue ilso raised concerning the rent intensification by Egypt of Suez Canal blockade against tad. [Alter the meeting, Embassy cirmade known that it will be |cessary to have further discusContinutd on Pago 5 A N Pushes for |I)irect Parleys NITED NATIONS (JTA)—UnitN'ations Secretary General Dag lammarskjold consulted this week tith the American. British and Iher delegations at the UN in con%  ilion with a reply he received Doni the Jordan Government to Israel's proposal for direct ,Israelllordan high level talks to review me armistice agreement. Jordan's reply suggested that luch talks be conducted through llie Mixed Armistice Commission. lie text of the Jordan commr-iica lion was withheld from publication o> the UN Secretary General who s understood to feel that it is a definitive answer and deified to pursue the matter further nth the Jordan Government. Morrtecai Kidron, member of the IsIrael delegation, was received, (meanwhile, by Mr. Hammarskjold. It is understood that Mr. Ham |"iarskjold was strongly advised not I' release Jordan's reply without •me covering statement from himI self as to the future course the UN was to follow in the light of Jordan'i position. It was stressed here l hy all quarters familiar with the Mtuation that the Jordan reply '"uld not technically be called a rejection of the Secretary General's | bid to a parley with Israel, bat an evasion. injustice and inequity." Omissions Hit (The New York Times reported from Washington that controversyover the McCarran Walter law "began anew on Capital Hill" because of the President's failure to call for revision of the measure. The dispatch said the President was ac cused of failing to fulfill promises made in his 1952 campaign for a revision of the act which at one time he said implied a "blasphemy against democracy." The dispatch also referred to charges that a "deal" had been made to abandon any attempt to revise the act at this session of Congress.) The President's reference to civil rights were confined to a statement that segregation in the armed forces and other Federal activities "is on the way out" and that progress towards its abolition had also been made in the District of Newlsrael Bond Issue to be Floated; 75 Million Sought NEW YORK (JTA) — A new Israel Bond Issue to raise $75,000,000 in 1954 for the economic develop ment of the State of Israel will be floated in the United States soon after April 1st of this year, it was announced at the close of a twoday leadership conference here of the Israel Bond Organization. The $75,000,000 issue will be part of a total issue of S350.000.000 to be sold in the next few years to A decision was reached to con I up to 75 percent of their par va je vene a three-day National Plan ning Conference in Washington, D.C., on Friday, March 26th. to initiate a program for mobilizing Jewish communities to participate fully in the economic expansion of Israel. The Development Issue, which is to be registered with the Se curities and Exchange Commission at any time within that period Religious, charitable or educational organizations which purh bonds with funds intended for US* in building or construction \ .A have the right to the return t these funds for building or c nstruction purposes at any time 1 may be needed prior to matur.'.y. 600,000 Bonds Sold Owners of Development Bor is will be able to convert them ir.:o Israel currency at any time for LeColumbia He described these as ; the Government of Israel which of •steps in the continuing effort to ficially authorized the organization eliminate inter-racial difficulty" to continue with the sale of Israel but did not outline further steps. Bonds in the Lnited States, CanSenator Lehman, a leading advo ada, Latin America and other cour. cate of civil rights legislation, tries where arrangements can be commented on this phase of the' made to market the bonds. in Washington. B.C., will consist enable Israel to achieve economic I of 15-year coupon bonds bearing .ndependence through the expanj four percent interest per annum sion of its industry, agriculture and I and 10-year savings bonds, appreci j ve | opmg Budget investments in U ating 50 percent at maturity The i rae or for tourtst expenses. A coupon bonds will be issued in de I .. hf(> j nsurance feature of t'.ie nominations ranging from $500 to bonds wi n onaD ie the heirs or e.v$100,000. The savings bonds will ,.,.,„ ors of tne original purchaser begin at $100 and go up to $10,000. j l(J redeem tne bonds at any ti-^e A $100 bond issued in 1951 will wllhin two years a f te r the death entitle the holder to a payment of of h(> or i S inal purchaser. $150 at maturity in 1964 Both Through the first Bond brae, principal and interest will be payknown as tne independence Bur. i able in dollars. Israel Development Bonds will be non-transferable for the first five years. However, purchasers of the new bonds, subject to limitations to be stated, will be eligible to obtain loans on their bonds commerce. Conference in Washington The decision to embark on a new bond effort, to be known as the Development Issue, was made by some 200 community leaders and members of the Board of Governors of the Israel Bond Organization on the basis of the action of Issue, subscriptions amounting t more than $161,000,000 were ohtained in the campaign that has been carried on since May 1, 1951. The sum of $41,237,100 was obtainContinued on Peoe t A Austria Rejects Joint Claims Proposal: Jews Ask for Stolen Property JTA WASHINGTON — Austria has rejected, in effect, joint proposals by 2^2 major Jewish organizations and the Federation of Austrian Jewish Communities in the deadlock on Jewish claims. The Jews sought for some time to aid victims by reclaiming the value of a small fraction of the loot stolen by Austrian Nazis. There were painful months of negotiations. At first, Austria conceded in principle Then Secretary of State Dulles announced the temporary suspension of aid to Israel. A move which, in the opinion of some, encouraged the Austrians to feel the United States was less concerned about Jewish interests in other parts of the world. Chancellor Julius Raab abruptly made known that further discussion of heirless Jewish property would not take place until six months after the signing of an Austrian peace treaty. The Jewish organizations took strong exception to this attempt to link the Jewish settlement with a theoretical peace treaty which may never be signed. East-West tension indicates little chance for such a treaty. The Western Powers have notified Austria of their support for the objective of a mutually satisfactory settlement. Principles on which Jewish claims were based were recognized even by some ex-Nazis in the Bonn Government and are embodied in international agreements. The Jewish organizations took the strongest exception to Austrian Finance Minister Reinhardt Kamitz' allegation that Jews Ml k to discriminate against non-Jews by trying to aid Jewish victims of Nazi persecution. Jews who negotiated with Bonn urged arrangements for the benefit ol Continued on Page S A lulimn Vtntiky committee ckaUmaa



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PAGE 2 A Ann mm • by cam] man A Kanner. The division w mun i in the campaign, it peal officials. Announcing Shochet's app ment, Kanner paid tribute \ his many yean worker and leader in the rankoi the Combined Jewish Appeal. ,-, IIIU.li> I 1 • I t .. I %  ..——, am confident that the new General |n| ., wi „ Mobilization plan Will grow and g |iU] | .., Da d, succeed under the able direction of Shochet." said Kanner. "The community is most tortunate to have in their midst civic-minded and sincere people willing to devote their energies for the strengthening of Jewish life in this city. years, Shochet has been active in numerous civic and religious organizations. He has been on the Board of most every institution and agency in Greater Miami. He served with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation since its inception in 1938. rael s economy, aid Jewrj ovi m and support the 54 national and Greater Miami institutions which serve men, women and children 365 days a year" Dade County will be divided into the following area-: Miami. Miami Beach, (oral Gables, Hialeah-Miami Springs, West Miami, Flagler-GraIn 1952. he wachairman ol the Metropolitan Division, and in renada. North Hade 'including North cent years has been an energetic Miami Beach, North Miami and member of Federation's Board of Golden Beach) and Homestead Governors. Executive Committee South Miami. and the important Budget CommitA campaign Cabinet made up of tee .'. loaderfrom these eight areas will Other directorships include posi, llr( c lh( activities (11 ht .,„„,„. tions with Beth Jacob (ongrega community drive. According tion, Jewish Home for the Aged. Jewish Social Service Bureau. Bureau of Jewish Education, Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith and the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association. Shochet served also as director and vice president of Beth El Congregation and as a director with the Greater Miami Jewish S. J. Freedman •& HI. Itophun HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington An. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth St* Hebrew Religious Bupplla* For Synagogues and Private UM. Also tor Hebrew ScAooia. else -ire Telephone 5-9017 Israel Certificates Excitingly Different Taste! \ I +jenistFkrtf*?!L FRIDAY, JANUARv Shochet Named Head of GM Campaign; Area to be Divided into Eight Territories %  %  I stated: "For I i, in the h si munitj | iving in thi a County We wanl t" bring the message ol Jewish nodthn out the world to Miami'man on the street no matter where he n Bides, This means that all of Hade Count> will be carefully subdivided into its eight constituent mu Shochet Is a veteran campa.gner. n ^ from wm( h uv worker and organizer and the com"^ ^ ()f m W()rk( rv mumty is familiar %  wi h his achieved w un(|( r „„. ments to many fields of commu, ^ nity weltare. philanthropy and in personally contact every public relations. hi>m kanner urged volunteer workers • humanitarian to get behind the GM chairman p „ ... i, drive or lund-. Shochet del and enroll a.workers and givers in the record-breaking campaign. "Only through their dedic; I A resident and newspaper pub• 11(l !" n Ino Combined Jewish Aplisher in Miami for more than 25 P ( al continue to strengthen Beth El Radio Hour Beth El Radio Hour over station u\:ii on Friday, 4 p.m.. will pre Dr snyianehikl. b.w.rsk.v.inj .rijr^*. -.>&-> 4*1 outh Aliyah j m ilmiiat 21st. 1 p.m 350 Lincoln Ro,,) Meisanine Phone 5.5^ Entranca on Washington* OCULISTS • Prescriptions Filled • Lenses and Franu, Duplicated • Large Selection la] Styles frti ft. Shochet graphic displays Many hundreds 1 .i, wish organizations an 11 peeled to avail til" ; 'hl> unique program idea during the next two months At an initial function of the GM group, mere th.,n lion organization dents and Rabbis of Dadi County honored Kanni r an 1 Mrs ception in the home of Mr. and MrH Gordon, Representatives ol thi 1 tire Jewish communit) affixed their signatures to the pagi ol a huge %  i their all out support i" CJA Announcement ol appointments to the CM camp cabinet will be madi shi Shochel said. LtGrtL NOTICE THE OPERA GUILD of GREATER MIAMI PRISINJS NICOMI'S MADAME BUTTERFLY with l/CM AMANCSE January 19th — Miami Beach Auditorium Tul.Mi C.l.lil'l Ml IS, Wllllll'l .<-.. iiri MMI, M.S. eel. l-em. D.I, (. %  ••> lee. 4-tJlt, M.S. *ee II 1511. lirtiMi nirt 'fi l-llll. Federal Savings b Leen Aseec. — 51-0741 Mort.n't Drue Store—86-2O40 <7!a? Callim Pr.ce. $4.92 $3.69 $3.10 • $2.46 i ,„s. r i, < nP i. <>pr oin orflr* — l-w: Shochet. plans are now being developed for selection of these leaders in all communities "These will be the key people who will shoulder the responsibility for our in spired all-out campaign." Shochet explained. The words "General Mobilization" have been selected to de scribe the GM or community phase nf this year'drive The let ters "GM" will be used through out the campaign to indicate tin new division and tn emphasize the 'Give More in '54" slogan adopted tinyear. A feature of the new GM pro gram i(he announcement Q) Shochel oi a special service to or ganizations and groups seeking program-aids for their meetings The story ol CIA will he presented in streamlined capsule form with the use of films, speakerB nd NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOLS NAME LAW I l-.IVKN %  SYKNKY 1 %  • I i lit I'uurt of l>ailr> i i SYDNEY Si %  I KAPLAN Ul %  • tn .. • NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 16MH '•"i is Rl'BI.N, Plaintiff, 8ARA Rt/BIN, Defend*I • SUIT FOR DIVORCE To KARAH 111 IIIX I-::-• -• ..• v\\ SVashii i,, %  / % %  %  • %  I .• K


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LY. TANUA RY 15, 1954 +Je*istotk>rkttan PAGE 3 A Persons to Attend Annual Academy iner; Rabbi Lehrman is Main Speaker ecord-breaking attendance of than 600 persons is expected Irticipate in the sixth annual \x of the Greater Miami HeAcademy on Sunday night. ilOO-a-couple function is schedlin the Cotillion Room of the |do Hotel. |>bi Irving Lehrman, of the m Beach Jewish Center, will be tipal speaker. At the end of ew Academy Week—as pro by Mayors Harold Shapiro Abe Aronovitz — more than 100 had been collected in ticket and advertisements in the krial Journal. |r the first time, the journal "not be issued at the dinner mil be published later in the th Florida 10A \ei Membership Brunch Lth Florida ZOA Coordinating hi. which consists of the eight Hcts of the Zionist Organiza.f America located in the Iter Miami area, will be hosts brunch on Sunday morning, ary 17th, at 10:30 a.m. The Udent Madison Hotel, 3801 Coll Avenue, will be the scene of [big membership kick off afrominent speakers and the genprogram are being arranged, Anting to Seymour B. Liebman, Irman of the Administrative of Southeastern Region of the and Fred Jonas, regional nhcrship chairman, listing in the affair are Morfsimon. president of the Coral lea Zionist District; Sidney president of the Miami t District; Archie Goodwin, lident of Masada; Mickie Doych, lident of the Miami Young lists; Dr. E. Kaplan, president he Broward County Zionist DisDr. Joseph Feldman, presiof the Palm Beach County list District; Jonas, president Miami Beach-Israel Zionist trict; Leon Soloche, of the North re Zionist District; and Beniin Marin. Al Sherman. S. A. ndman, Harold G. Shapiro, LilBarris, Bert Podness. Max igold. Irving Saal and Mose Brer. ?ssler Unveiling |The dedication of a monument the memory of the late Shepard ler. formerly of 1100 Collins Kenue. Miami Beach, will take l.i.v Sunday, January 17th, 2:30 [m at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mr. lessler is survived by his wife Bse; one daughter, Mrs. Mae Estroff of Miami Beach; two grand |auyhter, Mrs. Herman Greenfeld I Miss Barbara Jean; and two rcat grandchildren. Arrange kents are in charge of Palmer's liarai Monument Company. friends and relatives are asked to Mlcnd. winter so that more winter residents and visitors may have the opportunity to participate. Mrs. Jerry Sussman and Mrs. Irving Firtel, co-chairmen for the Hebrew Academy Women, and Samuel Reinhard. chairman of the Men's Coordinating Committee, said that work on the journal will continue throughout the month. An original musical cantata, especially written for the dinner by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, and starring more than 60 students of the Academy, will be one of many highlights of the dinner. A special platform, with unusual lighting effects, is being built by the Di Lido for the 30 minute presentation. The cantata will trace the history of the Miami Beach school from its beginning in 1947, with eight pupils, to a capacity enrollment of 252 students today. Mrs. Gershon Miller and Mrs. Jack Donncrstag, dramatic and musical directors of the Academy, teamed with Rabbi Gross in the production. Mayor Shapiro, honorary chair-' man of the function, will serve as toastmaster. 'Words of greetings will be delivered by the three cochairmen, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Charles H. Fruchtman and B. L Binder. Mrs. Grossinger will talk on the Academy Past And Present, and Fruchtman will speak on, Our Responsibility. Binder's topic will be. Words Of Tribute. Harry Genet, chairman of the school's Executive Committee, will extend greetings on behalf of the Board of Directors. The dinner is being catered by the Lud Kosher Caterers of the Di Lido Hotel. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. immediate past president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, will deliver the invocation. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. of Beth Tfilah Congregation, will offer the benediction. In charge of arrangements for the dinner are Nathan Ginsburg, Sol Goldman, Herman Eisenberg. Harry Genet, Lewis M. Escott, Charles Bender and the three cochairmen. Theme of the dinner and the journal is Et Livnot—Time To Build. More than 100 ticket workers and Journal Committee members were the guests of Mrs. Grossinger last week at her home. She and Binder urged the workers to continue their all-out efforts for the dinner and journal. Dun to v !\ainfl to* JIK Council Joseph Duntov, of 2208 A'.ton Road, Miami Beach, has Keen, elected to the National Council of the Joint Distribution Committee at its 39th annual meeting in New York City. The Council is the corporate body which elects the JDC Board each year. Announcement of Duntov's appointment was made by Maurice Beron. chairman ot the .ID' Council. Duntov is an active worker in cultural and philanthropic circles here. Mayor Harold Shapiro proclaims Greater Miami Hebrew Academy Week in Miami Beach as (left to right) B. I. Binder, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Charles H. Fruchtman and Harry Genet look on. The period from Wednesday until Tuesday, January 12th, was set aside for an intensive sales campaign by some 200 Academy workers. Mayor Shapiro is honorary chairman of the sixth annual dinner, slated at the Di Lido Hotel on Sunday night, January 17th. Genet is acting president of the Academy and Binder, Fruchtman and Mrs. Grossinger are dinner co-chairmen. Beth El Students to j Plant Trees Sunday Beth El Religious Schooli I celebrate Jewish Arbor Day on Snday, January 17lh, 4 p.m. by planting trees on the grounds of the congregation. Mrs. B. Sollowav, chairman of the PTA, will be in charge of the affair. The PTA is also making arrangements for its annual dance to be given on February 20th at the L:ra August Memorial Hall. *NV Couneii to I New X-Ray Machine Put Into Use at "^is* r ^ Sinai; Gift of Sher. Levenson dent of the Jewish National Fund Council of South Florida, will open a special holiday radio program in celebration of Jewish Arbor Day on Sunday, January 17th, 12:30 p.m., over station WMBM. He will bring a report of the latest agricultural developments in the State of Israel. Seymour B. Liebman, member of the National Executive Board of the Zionist Organization of America and chairman of the South Eastern Zionist Region's Administrative Council, will appear on the program. Beryl Morrison, cultural chairman of the Bialik Branch of the Labor Zionist movement, will discuss the pioneering work of the Jewish National Fund in Israel today. Samuel Prosterman, JNF radio chairman, will report on local JNF activities. A medley of modern Israeli music will round out the special feature broadcast. Recital Postponed The advanced group recital scheduled by the University of Miami School of Music in Beaumont Hall on Monday evening, January 18th. has been postponed, according to a report this week. Date for the recital will be announced soon. A new ultra-modern, superspeed, diagnostic x-ray machine is being put into use this week at Mount Sinai Hospital, according to an announcement by Max Orovitz, president of the Board of Trustees. The machine is a direct result of a $20,000 contribution made to the hospital by Jacob Sher and S. C. Levenson. members of the Board of Trustees and known here for their philanthropic activities. According to Samuel Gertner. executive director of Mount Sinai, been put into use. This is in addition to a chest x-ray unit operated by the hospital in conjunction with the Dade County Tuberculosis Association by which a free chest xray is given to everyone admitted to the hospital. High School Fraternities, Sororities Discussed Should there be high school fraternities and sororities, will be the subject of a discussion Satur* one of the outstanding features of! day on the Youth Views program Good Neighbor Club Good Neighbor Club will resume its activities with a meeting on Sunday evening, January 17th, 7 p.m., at the Roxy Hotel. Synagogue Volleyball League Slates Games on Sunday The S y n a g ogue Volleyball League sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center had its first game played on Sunday, with a win for Beth David Congregation, led by Louis Bandel, over Monticello Jewish Center, led by Milton Balsam, in a 2out-of 3 series. the machine is that physicians are able to laminograph patients with it, in order to determine cancerous growths or tubercular cavities. Laminography is a process in which it is possible to photograph a specific depth within the human body, Gertner explained. Included in the machine are numerous up to date improvements which enable the radiology department to make more intricate ex| aminations of the digestive tract than has been possible before now. Special studies of the brain, spine and other parts of the nervous sys tern can now be accomplished with this equipment. Orovitz said that the machine is equipped with a photo-electric timer which automatically exposes film for the proper length of time, thus eliminating the possibility of error on the part of the technicians. The unusua the equipment, one sixtieth of a second exposures, facilitates the examinations of restless infants and of moving parts of the body. Expressing the belief that this new equipment greatly increases over station WIOD. Guests will include Abby Go'.dfinger. district secretary, B'riai B'rith Girls; Roger Reece. Hi V. Miami Edison High School; Je I Goodson. president of Y teens. Coral Gables High School; John Hatfield. president of Hi Y. Miami Jackson High School: and Pepi Granet. B'nai B'rith Girls. Miami Beach High School. The League will continue with play taking place at the Town tne ca p ac "jty of the radiology de Branch. 450 SW 16th Avenue, each p ar tment, Orovitz pointed out the Sunday. \ fact that the "hospital now has one Games to be played Sunday, Jan Leader, ol the CIA Wom.n. DhrWon are shown prepanng for the Pace Setter, fa on Monday. January 25th. at ***** of Mr.. Robert Z. Greene. The kidcotf •jmjf .SSzX opening of th. Combined Jewi.h Appeal Women .D m. ,onm 1954. Shown (Ml to right) are ^ ^-djhai p* Green., Mrs. Loui. QlaMer. Pace Setter* cnair Sam Luby. Magda Gabor. Hollywood .creen .tar. will M guest of honor ot th. function. uary 17th, 10 a.m., include Coral Gables Jewish Center vs Beth David Congregation and Miami Hebrew School and Congregation vs Monticello Jewish Center. The double round robin series will continue into February, and Synagogue teams can still enter for play, it is announced by Bernard B. Weksler, Center Physical Education Committee chairman. deep therapy and three diagnostic units. Because of the greater capacity, a free diagnostic room has llctlhr School Slnivs Seminar The Begler School monthly i.jrent seminar will take place on Monday. January' 18th. 8:30 p r.i at the school assembly room. N'E 12th Avenue and 157th Street Miss Lois Parks, executive director of the Mental Health Society of Southeastern Florida, will t of the technibe featured speaker ily high speed of Mjss p irks wi|| lcad a dNcus sion on the subject: Sex Educauon For Children. There will also i.e a %  bowing of the educational film. Beginning Of Life. The monthly parent seminars ire ;i regular part of the Bei" School program, in which all | \.rents of children participate. The school winter school term will begin on February 1st, on a half day or full day class program. Zionists Meet on Beach Miami Beach Israel Zionist District met Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rubin. 3127 Sheridan Avenue. Miami Beach. Reports were read on the Van Straaten dinner recently held by the district to honor Alex Van Straaten on his 70th birthday, the Jew ish National Fund and the Zionist Youth Commission. Gilbert Rappajort. assistant director for the Southeastern Region, reported on his trip to the national -office at which time he conferred with Rabbi Irving Miller, national ZOA president, and Dr. Sidney Marks, national executive director. Dr. Benjamin Rosenberg, director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, was guest speaker. An X-Ray technician demonahrates the new machine recently acquired by Mount Sinai Hospital.



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PAGE 4 A A %  FWDAY, lAWu^ vjenist Meridian Published every Friday einee 1927 by the J*' h Floridian at 12C N. E. S^xth Street. Miami 18. FWQMj Entered M second-class matter July 4. 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March 3. irThe Jewish Floridian hat absorbed the Jewish Un ty and th Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Teagraphic Agency. Seven Arti Feature Syndicate, Worldwide Newt Service. National Editorial Association. Amer. lean Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. ^^ FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor OFFICE and PLANT HI %  t W* •— Telephones^ 4 lj*" ruth of the mr: Friday. January 15. 1954 ^^ 3 V Ume28 Shevatll.57!4 Hebrew A*adoiiiy II inner The Hebrew Academy will hold its fourth annual dinner on Sunday evening. A representative group of the Miami community will turn out to pay tribute to the school's progress since its establishment in 1947. We are traditionally known as the Nation of the Book. One aspect of this characteristic is the fact that we join in welcoming all accomplishments in education and religion. There can be little doubt that the Hebrew Academy has done much in both these fields over but a few short years. Beqinning with a handful of students, it now numbers some 250, and plcns are underway to construct new and modern quarters which will accommodate the needs of twice that number. This indicates that the Hebrew Academy has been fulfilling the educational anc requirements of many persons in cur community who seek the curriculum which the school offers. The dinner Sunday evening will afford a splendid opportunity of supporting the Academy and its expansion program. It will also emphasize our spiritual satisfaction in the proaress of an educational institution which has attracted the national and international interest of leaders in the Jewish community. Arbor Day The fifteenth day of the Hebrew month Shevat will be marked by Jews throuqhout the world next Tuesday. More commonly known as Arbor Day. the celebration has been regarded traditionally as one of least importance among the many festive Jewish holid Until reaently, Jews took note of the fesl by partaking of seme Palestinian fro ticularly "bokser." If it did anything al fifteenth day of Shevat reminded wc: of exile, for Arbor Day designated I Year of the Trees, and the Lend of Israel eroded by thousands of years of neglect. Since the establishment of the ." %  ''ate the fifteenth day of Sheval has acauired new significance. The planting of saplings on that day is an occasion for great rejoicinq. value of trees fcr the country as'a means of conquering the desert, bringing shade and increasing its food supply is fully recognized. Thus, the festival, in addition to its practical implications as part of the proaram" for upbunding Israel, symbolizes the Great Return On Tuesday, when we eat the fruits of the Jewish State, we will be fully conscious of the tact that we can now eat them throughout the year-that Arbor Day is a salient factor in Israels rebirth as a nation. During The Week .. .A I SfJft HUNDREDS OF PERSONS CROWDED INTO tho Di tu. Sundav evening, sat down to partake of a sumptuous meal,! DJ misspelled French menu and subsequently leaned backm? hands to contribute to a dulled atmosphere of non panicic* initial gifts Rivers, they had been invited by the Greater MC. Federation to set the pace for the Combined Jewi.sh Appeal hj! ultimately, for IMA drives throughout the nation. Somehow present couldn't quite muster the proper spirit. There were* excuses made bj critical observers throughout the satire affair like "the n.u trend and "the coming recession" were meant to ., light response. No one seriously considered the possiniltfju luxurious splendor <>f the meal might have created a Keneral intellectual. as well as charitable, paralysis. Ii was n"t the fault "f the main speakers, whose addresses, ihort and vigorous!) expressed. Kdward M. M. Warburg Keneral man ol the United Jewish Appeal, spoke for but a few mnm wl ^ : hi case simply "How mature is the American Jewish nit) he asked He then pro ce eded to indicate that this u ( time in <>ur histor) and that the country in which we live e,^' and i.ii in the (ace ol an increasing need to explain its values This was SO Important observation because it inevitably led in a comparison between the United States and Europe, a vast inni whose tradition and culture are all in the pa-t and whose i seems shifting snd indeterminate. The future is "most important i | i urope seems si the moment hardly to have any He wo II nun and it tho luxurious decay into which we art would prevent us from meeting the challenge of this era Israel is ] nted with no such dilemma. Mr. Warburg, Nat! I through th.it Kind see the past in our bitter II They sec the pest In desert hbors who will not accept the Jewish triumph physical sign of a former human < ustenct oi j the motnm of the pn eat an4 : ';ir Thus, while Europe wall il |i us >> Mr Warburg implied. \mi ... nuiiic .strength ol ,v and %  imorrow, Israel accepts the stark n nl austeril i builds in the name of what is to DO. In this n gard Mr Warburg said that the Jewish Stats can re l' between a falling Europe and a falti Similarly, il can become a bridgehead between the W ormanl East that now awakens in yawns from thorn of years <>t sleep to remember its ancient and vigorous begi Quiti bluntly, Mr Warburg asked "Does Israel stand alone?" Appi rently. wer to this question can be deduced from snswi r to his i querj concerning the maturity of the Ame Jewish community, itvalues and the uhrance of its legacy It • thai Mr Warburg i le these observations with little c for their tionships The) were cried out upon the air a r, in fitful efforts to disturb the sensibilities d audience and to capture the understanding of those pn • nt. BUT THIS DID NOT PREVENT the address from being effi Nor did il keep Mr Warburg from properly ..'tacking immunity Questioning the earlier rent inted to local i ncj needs, he asserted: "You hat :. I begun to answer brash rail '! %  of your leadi rship not to repeat but t> false There liiilwaosi Miami and ; :. executive vice chairman of the I'm In his ico| i and leas pre %  • %  m iu> tl Mr. Warburg, he dwelt upon ..lilnm as a phi -<>|>hica! of building a nation la difiifl • the rum. ni a cat led the people ol I the histor) lei ad the \\ of Libia* il v. entering Into the %  ids*. %  down itsneansas from within sal %  %  the task ol savii \ %  •it> ami disease i !| They Lower the Kill Less than nine pears after the crushing military defeat sustained by Germany at the" termination of World War II. West Germany 7s one of the most flourishing countries on the European continent. Thts i s ta sad ^Z In. of ^ ICta ? Wh Qre ou derinq os a £ gftaf disunity in tneir purpose ancleconomic mem' frwETr n !hin ,2 about embcrrraaa. SJ n 6 W ; s! p 6 "* !" Government Sunday righl dishaae,, and an 0m !" 3 "down.""wed sl "!'l> ol Nazi think.a, ia'JarliaLni •le wish .Music Mo II III Jewish Music Month is with us once again, and we are grateful to the National Jewish Wei-1 fare Board for its sponsorship of this countrywide, annual festival. The day-to-day experiences of a people is neans by which one can come to understand them, for little control is exercised over the fate of human occurrence and the course of history. But the art of a people is a ire of their past and ; in it conscious thouc. „ ied ingredients of the soul. has be,: o. the arts is no new second Kmg of Israel was | for his musicianship, an of David, are en inl major world religions. But our own time is c give^ui a^SaSlJ a^" ^ M ,h these artieta and thoi ?? M Urselves Wl,h 'he festival ft&SZ^"*"** sion on the Jewish comniunJy Miami* "IT* ence. we are sure. wil. be n y o $££*• Broken Promlo •aitd h ,: d r e b c e omn C £52 Ac -S;^" rr^^rs^T^ *-* ?o L r "• IratioThn. ,?"' : "-"< *•*•"• h ,ve the first time, emphasized i ts .' ""• •' > "' Kre.uh i mi. II a campaign i ... ,." b quenl ,,r.,torv mmU on tlM OoK.H United States J the P 00 Ple of | hower until n^K ? dlCa,ed 'hat M/ t^f! *' d !" V. i. beared thi alternate II' S" show ]i "le interest i, "' ; ""^ response f him atd oZTnZ^ b61ng ^-S y l "' leaislators n Congre P s r iCan ^ ^ocratij' -n^^VatnruS, tS* ^~ matter of revising the McC" qht the us that this is a „& A ^' L It seems on the entire controversy "" obser va.ion an obv ; ousl y brok n pL:T£^ h AS A JOINT STATEMENT EXPLAINING the stakes involved in* !** Appeal camprign, the Wresse, by 'luent oratory made an lbs %  that thel h*} esaotien aDd quent oratory made n SI I hey announeed 'v> sJBtaal c w al an earlier date but who, i audu peakers, besied the appl-u^ ol tat upon the their spc" tables." He. I am sure. undeH^ Israel we are nothingwrvation l. v i r B L '"'' '"" %  "' "• ho tk ,, W, : r,/ ,hat wi,h u S,i "'** netemined^ "" '" ,ur< ~ th 'uture which the **! Part if w aru •' • create and of which we must inextricably be I



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JANUARY IS. 1954 +Jewlstifk>r*Ui*r7 PAGE 5 A ASK RETURN OP STOLEN PROPERTY, LOOT nutd from Paaa 1 A hsh victims. The same [ was taken with regard to arc not entitled to "spesideration," in the AOsHcw. because il is alleged Istriani in general suffered under Hitler Raah charpd Austria as the helplos. |<>i the attack by the over: occupying forces." Obiistorians feel a better ^i, .11 of what happened to | was that it submitted to! lul internal and external In•s-ure and invited Hitler ex it as part of the Greater When Nazis entered Pans inch turned their backs in npt. But when' the Nazis Vienna a majority of the | ns Joined enthusiastically lliii'j Hitler and singing the Weasel Lied. \iwhluss records india larger Nazi Party memip m Austria than in cer(, ol Germany. Austrian i i lurnished more than a pita representation in the' I SA. kli has asked the Allied 111 to approve a number of j Ires designed to do away I ,. na/ification program He requested approval'; which would close down ople'i Courta in Lover Ha and Vienna, where Nazi I lie tried, amnesty for \ implicated in various luting of the ban on the Dtion of civil servants who Nazis and halting of the ^am of seizing property coned by Nazis An earlier re%  rom Vienna disclosed that Austrian Government is sating efforti by the Ullstein to recover a large printing [in the Austrian capital coned by the Na/i~ Despite the (hat the Allied authorities an Austrian court have upIthe lllsteins. the govern-, refused to take any action turn the plant to its Jewish Irs. The Ullstein family has' |vt red all its publishing propin Germany. i n partiality to the Nazis was such in 1952 that United States occupation authorities were forced to intervene to veto ..afnnonjp.Jaws which would have served to malt* official the con fiscal ion of Jewish property by | Nazis. Former American High Commissioner Walter Donnelly firmly insisted that "Nazi victims should be given consideration prior to Nazi. itep Jacob K. .la \ils said: "Actions of the Austrian Government and Austrian Parliament respecting the is-ues of indemnification and restitution of properties of Nazi victims as well as treatment of former Nazis give cause for grave concern Condonation of the most shocking cruelty, injustice and immorality of Nazis activities and allowing those who benefited to continue to profit from them is deeply offensive to all free peoples." Finance Minister Kamitz, as part of his argument against settlement, pointed out that the Arab states had protested. He maintained that some other groups "fiy no means considered themselvCS represented by the representatives of foreign Jewish organizations in Vienna and that they protest against this monopoly of representation. "The Catholic Church," he said, "has repeatedly expressed itself in the same way Kamitz failed to mention that one-third of the pre-war Jewish population of Austria was exterminated. Having reduced claims to the limit of their conscience, the Jewish negotiators were rewarded with abuse and provocation. Their basic request was evaded after it | was demonstrated that substantial positions of heirless Jewish property remain in Austria, some of it now being enjoyed by known Nazis. Zukernick Again to Head Local District Welfare Board Harry Zukernick. a member of the District Welfare Board since April, 1947. has been appointed for a new term by Acting Governor Charley E. Johns. He will resume his post as chairman which he occupied for the last two years. Zukernick is past president of the Miami Beach Bar Association and last year served as chairman of the Metropolitan Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal. He is past president of the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge and of the Civic League of Miami Beach. He was founder president of the YM and WHA at Miami Beach, which is today the Miami Beach Dr. Rosenberg Addresses Miami Beach Zionists Dr. Benjamin Rosenberg. execu-| ti\e director of Federation, was i guest speaker at a meeting of the. Board of Directors of the Miami -, u D rifam* rnrnrvinv npnprnl It,,,,!, Israel Zionist District Thurs-1 Sol Bornstem (right) ol the G. H. P. Cigar Company, genera day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. \ chairman of the Tobacco and Confectionery Division. Joint Defense Appeal, presents a plaque to Ray Jones, vice president oi Philip Morris & Co., Ltd.. Inc. The award was made to Jones/Joint Delense Appeal's Man-of-the-Year in the Tobacco and Confectionery industries, "in recognition of Mr. Jones' meritorious service to the community". The presentation was made at a SlOO-a-plate dinner on behalf of the American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City. bartky, 4525 Pinetree Nathan i Drive. Fred Jonas is president of the district. Dr. Rosenberg's address covered the current situation in Israel anil the needs of Jewry i throughout the world. Reports were made by Joseph, Pardo in behalf of the Youth Commission and Samuel Prosterman. chairman of the' Jewish National Fund Seymour I Kal>l>i BilSS Weils man of the Board of Directors. |sraCM Silbril icern Shown US Moves to [m Arab League Continued from Pag* 1 A %  • question with the rtment lorn of military aid to I tales \s.,s questioned hingtoa Post. The paper thai the Arab countries arc ax with Israel, n ..I stability is possible." the Post, in an editorial, "so ; .ithe Arab-Israel conflict reina running sore. Accordingli a moot question whether scattering of American arms bis area has served the cause '•( world defense or would do In the near future." lletitioning reports that Iraq and :h Arabia are about to receive "Hintions. the Post pointed out It "both Saudi Arabiaand Iraq members of the Arab League, l" li still has not made peace with lac I If military aid were given countries, there would have I be rigormta checks to make sure i Jt they did not misuse it. or I (dcrtake new military adventures j Ttlt their own weapons, freed by j American aid," the paper em-: |;i-ized. l % %  %  Mrs. Tischler, a I sj(y of Miami and served with the hard Meetings Held I The Miami Chapter of the Amertan Jewish Congress held its first po.ird meeting of the new year on Vdneeday at the home of Mrs. > %  1 Saltzman, 1225 Medina Av"< toral Gables. Eisenstein Named President The Realty Board of Miami Beach installed Leo Eisenstein as president Monday night. Other* are Paul Wimbish. 1st vice president; Arthur Baker. 2nd vice pre* fden : ^'orge J. Bertman. 3rd vice president; S. J. Halperm. treasurer L. Hickling. secretary, and Henry Taylor. 4th district vice JSSU U Florida. Morrison Taylor, newly elected president, officiated. resident here foi 20 years, is an active member in the Branch and its W o m e ns I ^rlnch Club, h a v l n K Mr,. TiscM.r J' ned the Wor J c men's Circle Branch 543 in New York over 40 US Marin Corps for four years, attaining the rank of captain. His father is manager of Maxwell Company Key Las Vegas Tour Due Toung Zionists Set OnegSfiebbof Miami Young Adult Zionist District will hold an Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening. January 22nd, 8:30 p.m., at the home of Mickie Doych, u ','.',', 980 SW 7th Street. The group also plans to observe Jewish Arbor Day on Tuesday evening, January 19th. 8:30 p.m.. at the Bureau of Jewish Education. Next meeting of the district is l New Yorx over w | West Miami Post and Auxiliary i •" %  • %  %  %  %  years ago. She was active in the | „f the Jewish War Veterans will' on Thursday, January 21st, 8:30 %  __> i ..,..„. .,„,.,. Ma %  ii .ii .,„.>.,„... •,,r ,,i I :,s n m at the home of Burt Podnos. Jewish school movement since its inception in New York, and is at present chairman of the Board of the local Yiddish school. Mrs. Tischler was also one of the Ol lilt* jtrwi-,,1 > %  *.-_ %  —...-. — %  hold an all-expense tour of Las I p.m.. at the home of Burt Podnos, Vegas on Saturday evening. Start 150 SW 49th Avenue, ing point is at the door of the West Miami Jewish Center. mr>. i i-viMiri wu.^ *!. %  .* %  -_ •——— organizers of the Peoples Relief in D ance J) ue Tuesday 1915. and was active in the Con sumer's League A teenage dance will be preShe is a Board member of the | sented by a girls' group. The Tags, local Bureau of Jewish Education | at the Greater Miami Jewish Com and a worker in the annual United 1 munity Center. Town Branch, on ~. Jewish Appeal conducted by the I Tuesday evening, January 19th, 8 ; charge of membership information QfMtcr Miami Jewish Federation.' p.m. I s Dottie Balber, Star Chapter Meeting Star Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, will meet on Tuesday, January 19th. 8 p.m.. at the home of Frances Grosswald, 52 SW 31st Court, it has been announced by Barbara Greene, president, in



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PAGE 6 A •• Iwlstnrridtor^ Betroth dlS, .Miss Chcrner Weds In \ : %  an i Mrs losepl i herncr, V hington, D I and 5043 \. Drive %  eh m marriage ine, lo Bernard Zamicho' Irs Jos< 'h % %  Mr Zamichou f Net i k I | r ay, Decen i h m licit! in Washi was ;\ rfoi med by ci r a cai ; Harrj Silvi rstoni • s. Willard I. Zuckei i| ihe • was hei R Cherner and -I i} i \'. ire hi i ndants Mr A ed as best man for h • brother. i arrying a bouqui i oi phalaenop: the bride \. re ;i gown ol pale silk bi •> flowered calotte with veil i i cklace of amethysts was a of the bride jro im. bri le was graduated from Mawr Co] egi where she maj%  ed in Historj i I Art Embarking an arl appri ciatioi tour of pe, she remained abroad I I years, attending the ( ol Geneva in Sv I eafter, she pursued posl • stu lies al Columbia I niver.-.:. in New York Citj and at AlI University, Alfre I Si u York, he ri legro m ege ol thi i \ u v,, r k ; servi : in the L'niti 1 '1 durii .. H %  I War II He is pri i • ol hioi 1 • tions :.i m :i, Ne Vork pon their return I in %  i hoi i 0 Central i 1 '.. e.-t in N %  % %  !" PAY, JANUARY 'n Soci Miss Yclla Klein Becomes Bride of D.micl WVint m uhin D ouble Rin \\\i m to double' ring ceremony at the MI^L La* Center .. n Su,„i, v 5JI Mem. daughter ,.f u.**l William Klein. MI W P DaoM Thoma\\, 'Urauh, Airs. Bernard Zimichow Attends Niece's Rites i AI1 : Road, left for New • present at the u niece Miss Mat ,,r S" 1 Schv • C j„ ceremony was hel Ul 10th IJchtenstcin, Shupiru Wed December 20th t.': • (] : • i • V Ni i r. U 'iss Gloria Lichtenstein be bride (.1 Aaron Shapiro at a ble ring ceremony perl -ember 29th by Rabbi Moses %  cheloff. he bride, daughter oi Mi -. Irving Lichtenstein. 1134 xel Avenue, 1a graduate 1 I Universitj ol Miami and has n teaching al Robert E I ee • "iHigh sch : >" bridegroom, son ol Mr. and -. William Shapiro, Elizabeth, • Jersey, served in the US Army mg World War II and is ;, g ra de of Rutgers University. He is ••• associated with the Coronet 'eting Card Company, of Eliza:.i M ; 1 clas Sew Yi Vnt I 1 vin found her 1 to her by Lt. 1 field Jr 1 • ighti r of Mr Harr> Levin 150 S ii nfii. ; I. 4495 N tiluDrive M' le ol Mih High S I \evi r ol d Phi pa l Gn %  nfield 1 1 % % %  %  '" Univei re he T '.< ta Tau He 11 the Air I Air Force Base in Illinois No dati has beci ne wedd 10 b) An) Mrs. Dartitl 1. Wemtrtmk l*rt. Aaron Shaiirt M1 %  Beth KrongolJ Krongolds Announce Maria Beth's Troll, Mr. and Mrs Saul Krongold 1611 M??S '"Edward M Qale B-h r '" ""' •""" l Mrs '577 Pcnnsylvani Iff. NVilenskys JMV Ho S t s V "nie Sunday Guests of honor were Mr "• fajel Uaxman Mrs' "J fcr, president of the I'w T w', *s Council of GreaterMil1 0m Krantz acting as chairman, h evening '""an ot (he Minna B.u.7' X ^7^ Ceha Beckerman. b> Mrs Miss (ioldstonc lo Wed in Aufftjsl v %  • '" Iheir daughtei < arol and Mrs Mavei II kel.6865Ba, Dr.ve M 1 V rsitj of Call re she ,, Mr l rankel received Ihe \|i de ,.';""" ; % % %  %  I"""'' He 1now at ni the L Mr and Mrs. Saul Wetaln.it, M;rhig.,., ; man official, d Best MBWi n W Maid of honor w,,, Jo J" Barry Miller act. : %  ,, u h -1 Stanley Wagnei ,, h ." the guest book The brides, by her father Moth roft3 was u.shered by h. r hrmiJl Manual Klein. „, Y 3 York. The bride's, gown Wa> b> Margaret Newman, n( Beach. She selected an air ported chant illy u,. ,,„skinner satin, fitted biKlir, heart neckline, delicately n ered with pearls and ^^A a skirt extendinj; into a fl8j( train. The gown featur|t sleeves Her fingertip I|| U J,J was attached to a corooel off red tulle and lace i.urhpdoli mother of pearl se 1U ins ?fei ned white orchids ,, n a g.'y,, [ Mrs. Klein, mother of thl selected a ballerina |,n?th of aqua lace. Sh. u re nsni -•Ties and a wb.i, ..rrhid Weintrauh. mother of th selected a delicate |unk lawi with navy Memories and <-ri hid. A reception and dinner fo!L_ at the Miami Beach tar The couple will n Florida and make their host! Detroit. Michigan. wh.Ti-thtjn iin the jewelr> busi The couple are both Rrad. of Miami Senior High School brule was gradual) I froal France Beauty Scho in HUB 1 %  VS. *o>r Simoni \'i^ Millman Weds ^aval Sen-iceman %  double rina ceremony at 5SSB5S %  ..".. s r 7'"'W"" 1 R rk •' r to>m Island, Neu Lsaa Mellzera Entertaid Guests in Double Celebration Affair Mr and Mrs. Boris MelU,| 1835 SW 1st Street Missd tamed friends in honof M 43rd wedding aaniversarj Mrs Meltzer a!narked birthday during the occs Among guests preaenl were I and Mrs. I Kaufman Mr and I B Sharoff. Mr. am! MrH maroff, Mr. and Mr\ (Iiods Mr and Mrs. R GoldbertftJ Mrs H. lanflij and Mr and I E Tolmach "nanofflcl Klein. Kaffan Plan Wedding in SprinJ Mr and Mrs. Rarrii J Kleft< New York City, aonom gagement of their daugMfl Sandra, to Jack Arthur Kaan. of Mr. and Mrs. Ham Kaian. ami Beach. Miss Klein is currently • mg Adelphi College in Pits '' Mr. Kazan, who is a gntalg the University of Miami, is serving in the United Slates Al The couple plan to he mam*' the spring. David n with lo, m %  ." •' Hl'ile Her on length long 1 fitted I She 1 Her only: I-'-" Miam, Beach •graduate,! from ** C.r.| ,. ^ George Ira %  -ousted from San ^>..nn o n r H h Schoo" ,/'"•• AiSava SKI ,h *"honevm,' 1 i Nassau for %  %  •" % • •... • > >a PV.10 by *rT 0 aWss#SMS.W



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JANUARY IS, 1954 -:.. i r 0 ft. PAGE 7 A *& X V %  I Ann 111..in liy Ardniore lither Brltk Honigbaum Announced MrArchie Brick. 1036 Ivenue; announce the en..f (heir daughter, Ann in James Honigbaum. |rick was graduated from ich High School and is Ir.inr in the School of Edulhe University of Miami. Imember of Alpha Epsilon Inly bnii'baum is the son of Mr. Morris Honigbaum. 816 |ii Street, Miami Beach. graduated from Miami gh School and is a senior Jn! University. In SeptemHonigbaum will enter .. h M,| Bt N i nth western Re for the wedding has Goldstein Bar eh Saturday Bo'dMiin. son of Mr and Hd Goldstein, ol the Great rive-in Restaurant, will bear Mitzvah on Saturday January 16th at Beth loi negation, Itabbi Max [will officiate [i .in eighth grade student indoah Junior High School finds the Betb David Relin bh.ml He will chant the and address the congre•h will follow the cere |i. the auditorium. Among >un guests will be the Bar 't aunts, uncles and couNi H York City. ig Due Sunday Mi.i;in Young Judaeans klebrate the holiday of Tu \t with an outing at Mat heI ck on Sunday, January lunced Joseph I'ardo, | the Zioni-t Youth cominsoring the event. The will gather at the park |0 p m for an afternoon of Miming, dancing an dan I.' 1 1 hike through the park f".i rcluld Gardens. [iversity of Florida calenior 1954 is out, and Miss ;ne Glaser, of Miami -ch. ha* been chosen to present the month of April. P a member of Alpha Tlon Phi at the U of F. Miss Bloom's Troth Told at Hotel Mr. and Mrs. Benn Bloom, of 40 SW 30th Road, Miami, announced the engagement of their daughter, Sandra Gay, to Pvt. Norman Konner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kevah Koirtwr, Pine Brook, New Jersey, at a family dinner held in Green's Hotel, I'leasarttdale, New Jersey. Miss Bloom is a graduate of Mi ami Senior High School, where she was president of Tri Beta Council She attended the University of Mi ami and pledged Phi Sigma Sigma ; Sorority. Her fiance is a graduate of Grow I er Cleveland High School, New 1 Jersey. He received the AB degre< I at Rutgers University and was a member of Phi Epsilon Pi Frater nity P*t. Konner is now stationer at Aberdeen Proving Grounds ir Maryland. The couple plan a March weeding. PERSONALLY SPEAKING Visiting with Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal, 1530 SW 1st Avenue, is their daughter, Mrs. Robert H. Vatz. of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and their 13 month-1 old grandson. Jimmy. \7 -d ft Dr. and Mrs. Doran D. Zinner, 2017 Alhambra Circle, have just returned from a two-week vacation after visiting friends and relatives in Boston and Newberryport. Massachusetts. They spent the remaining week at a national dental meeting in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City. ft ft Mr and Mrs. Frank Rubinstein, of 5431 SW 6th Street, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Wednesday evening, January 6th, at the Victor Hotel. ft ft ft Mr and Mrs Erwin L. Berman, of 1920 Calais Drive. Miami Beach, announce the birth of their daughter, Linda Merle, at St Francis Hospital on December 30th. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Nat Brown, of 736 Leno$ Avenue, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berman. 8315 Byron Avenue. ft ft ft New Year's day marked a double celebration for Mr. and Mrs. Jack Toppell. 2491 SW 27th Lane. Miami, when the Toppells feted their 12th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Toppell's birthday occurred at the same time. The celebration was held on Miami Beach in the Beachcomber. Among guests present were Dr. I^on N. Greene and Mr and Mrs. Roland Place, of Midland. Michigan. Mr. Place is chairman of the Board of the US Radiator Corporation. ft ft ft A family reunion was held at the j home of Rabbi and Mrs. M. Katz, 719 Lenox Avenue, with the arrival of their children. Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Wang. Dr and Mrs. Robert A. Sussman and Dr. Samuel I. Katz. Joining them were the Rabbi's Other children. Miami Beach residents Rev. and Mrs. Jacob Katz and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Greenberg. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Kussner. of 809 Sevilla Avenue. Coral Gables. I entertained in their home with a surprise reception for out-of-town guests when their son and (laugh I ter-in-law. newlywed Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Leon Kussner, returned I from honeymooning at Havana, Cuba. Present as house guests were Mrs. Kussner> sisters, Mrs. C. C. Gilletz and Mrs A K. IM6Dman. of Montreal. Canada, and Mrs. L. Sherrick. New York City. ft ft ft Attorney and Mrs Robert Kan ter of 290 West 64th Street. Hia leak, announce the birth of their son, Michael Scott, at Doctors Hos pital on December 19th. The new arrival joins his brother, Douglas. ft ft ft Elmer Oliphant. son of Mr and Mrs Harry Oliphant. 1769 NW 6th Street, has been commusioned First Lieutenant m the US Air Force and is now stationedat the Youngstown Municipal Airport 4n Youngstown, Ohio. Shown (left to riqht) are the Mesdames Stanley Frehling, Leonard Wien. Murray Shaw and Harold Spaet. Mount Sinai Hospital Women'3 Auxiliary president, discussing plans for their group's participation in the hospital's Fourth Annual Jubilee. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE S7 N. E. 5tn Street Phone S-S401 AL MEIDENBERO, Ownei %  ^-*--^^-~^*DER YIDDISHER FORUM MEETS EVERT SATURDAY, 8 p.m. KNESETM ISRAEL CONGREGATION 1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach SATURDAT, JANUARY 16th Speaker: I. IASAVIN Subject: "THE DEVELOPMENT OF JEWISH RELIGIOUS THOUGHTS" fOK MAI SATISFACTION TED BRAMSON INVITES YOU TO USE NATIONAL i:\lenni iialors ESTABLISHED 1939 Kim i BSBI y 3-5210 DIAL 58-7341 BETTER SERVICE AT REASONABLE PRICES Z2S£fT5 KoGU ST BROS RVi Martin Allan Lurie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lurie, 4710 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach, will celebrate the occasion of his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday at the Miami Baach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Martin is an eighth grade student at the Nautilus Junior High School. "PICTURE 3DTrue-To For All Occasion* H YOURSiLf" WITH RALPH Photographic Specialitt In 2 Lilt Coltr and Black I White Condids 4 > Ralph Bargteil L *.^ Wedding*, Bar Mitzvahs. 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pj^lstfhrkmr^ TODAY lAMJ ABv PAGE 8 A liii omrcra f m \WUJ-" K 1 ^** %  Is it i %  was Could hi have bi nents wijh e> C low tempi!'..' extei ,1111-' I v, hODl It IJ h;iMthai ivcrsit) ol 1 : thioil the By MILTON FRIEDMAN Jewish Telegraphic Agency VSHLViTuN -The I ( i t'ashii • ulty of Communist subversives but I hired an i x m ijor ol the Nazi ne is ..,! .!. K. B I %  id the L'nivi rs tj %  I Hitlei with the i • rent climatic and I ol experii which was revealed by the \ mbei il trial to have ded ii-' ol unwillii : testing e then %  I abli )! *'• ashti uettnei • v ities, i' was %  !i unin which he took • nt rat ion il the "Air I ground I testii iment ol a "t tific natui i. ithoul ox; n al the q i • • f 28 MK) %  • I on a 37-yi enera Buettm : j asscx %  i %  tl |OgJ .'I!' 1 • d m a left II lines, din :tor ol uni' rel tions. Mr. Him he unij •v was satisfied thai Dr Buettner's Luflwaffi was "i ., ni n combatant scientific nat re." According to Mr. Hines, thi i • ty bars all -ub "Had Dr Bui ttm r been so ( dered id Mr. Hines, "he l not have been offered hii %  i nt post It is i '> Mr H • that the universitj ci • eras itself with di p menl to "anj who are di ed the dstr our frei ii >titutions." The Ni projects i hii h Dr. Buetti • participated nol ed the • i ties" ni inm cent pi ad allj desl n j i by scii nl ol hi H and cold Buettner %  I ted States in 194" %  %  I %  %  • I : rl Dl V. tei P %  %  o] Dr Schreihei -• %  in 1952 when il known that he was the \ • Imenl ol • • me Command. Afti r tai ts %  %  rge i to att to his i implicit),. in medical atrocities, public pn tesl forced the Air Force to fire T n anc1 ? 1 -'' hJm. Richmond, chaplain; am Germans like Doctors Schreiber Buettner wt re brought to the l nited States bj the Air Force as 7tential sources of Nazi techal .secret.which rnighl save the %  ni our airmen. It was nol orig!•. Ily envisioned thai they were i become respected members ol versify faculties. The criteria under which they were hired by Air Force was concerned mainly with scientific accomplishment and very little with Nazi affiliati ns. If Communists had been admitted in the same lax manner, re would be every likelihood tool a Congressional investigati n. Because they were not advisa • al the time under existinu im migration lawNazis were lulled by special order of the De in the f Wasl : %  with a %  % %  • and tin SS %  1(4-12 were erve to clanl that hi ,Kar .'IS Air i %  u' been Dr Buettner himsell %  summoned bj the 1 hie! [ dical Inspector to a conli n this subject al N iremberi •.I .,r 26 and 27 1842 The bus!%  report entitled I i ments with human beings Pn %  ii,,, i • • .it) -I %  %  ",as dividu menl to pi Israel's retiring Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion is s!u, a recent photo when he presented Walter H. 3iennq| denl ot the United Service lor New Americans. L Holy Bible as a souvenir of his visit to the Jewish Staii] Hammarskjcld Tells Bennike to Deti On Syrian Complaint; Hits Veto Req New Israel Bond Issue to be Floated; $75,000,000 Will Be Sought in US Continued from Page 1 A ed in the L'niti I States :: thi • amount h realized since the iated here in Ma) 1951 C ection ot unpaid comn ittmenl %  the sale next Julii %  Vem .•• y. chaii Isnizal Bond %  l the ['nited States and < iluvhmun Xtmtvtl !,tnlif> t'rvsulvnt i N II Ml/ • Rome Sol Koenis Louis Hankin, tj ler Trustees include [van Fisher Sol Edwards and Irving Pearlman Rome wUI be delegate to the Grand Lodge, with Fisher acting as alternate Lodge physician is Dr Leonard Hodges The organization participati in Jack Bell's Land-A-Hand Fund and Jack Kofoed's Fund for Muscular I'y -trophy. • 1951 Music Appreciation Hour At Lear School Friday Selections from Madame Butt be heard during the monthII! the $48 732 550 was realized in S47 182.350 in 1952 and Ml.23 %  3 "Proceed; from the I Bondwrre channeled into the %  untrj thi try. he si Hi Montor vici pre lecision ol i!,. ... the I I • %  faith in the i lsl ili in the i v in II, Olll> "'-'" %  '; l '"da) has the most in ; i ~';. ; ll/ wonom) in the Mid I;,' Sa P" • than 20.000 persons were employed in Kg* """""d h lict 1,1 ', 953 ; representing about 22 per ;ol the total number o '*'":' """ ,r '" r 'nlusto in creased front PSfe" lnthe rst nine months I'NITED \ \ riONS J l A I\' 1 '.ill drilled i has the right to n the demilitarised arising out ol his ed then I N ll.immar reed with Mr E%an In the i • •• %  he insisted, Uff to deH bether rdan project lioni He waa the proper authorit) to n ake thidecision and neither party should "take unilateral action" or seek to lo" in this nutter. Qladwyn Jebb bead "f the Unti-h delegation scolded Israel' t the issue haba t to coana | i bi Set urit) i 'ounil u hich u.ithus requ red I I ihe question whether Ihe ranal waa in ind useful pro j ect, Ii I) M i tti thi q ic %  iion of the failut ty ol the Is Syrian arn reement to I) with .i • th< pan nl thi rl the Mixed Ann ion The British spokesman al o took it was not essential to mainti original condition ol tup the demilitarize I /one Mr Kbiin di • Sir (ilailwyn Jebb that |-nd| "Ignored* Gen Benaikei suspend work on the Jontal project The I-raeli quoted from a letter by Fi Miniatev Boosto Sharetl to del truce chief offering temp pension of the work At Ml Mr Kban underlined, had' tx'on any difficulty fraa eve* a temporal y tansssl work. Pageant to be Fc Of Music Festival One ol the hmhlighb Jewish Music Festival b) the Greater Miami Jewui| munity Center will IK' a civ (cant, Voices ot Light tobrf %  anted at Plaminga Part oil day, February 21st. a: 8151 This date was chosen part because it coincides with hood Weak which ili t* 1 brated throughout the cousmi a %  -tice %  •! • Syn in pool that nsent was .,, ,,„. ,,,. with National Jew I h MUSK HI that hi ''" '" |s Ul '" ; m the u h •'""' H*" 1 1 %  ut the "" ''' l tfwl "V* I i ssue Mond I her l Jordan Nol in Syria .. Rivei compli Ii |] Boa I • edent "' "'' .1 tit %  • ii .,Syria Branch, 450 s\\ ) Thur-d..> 8 pm. *J Branch, • • thai did not Book on Health to be Viewed of Spinoia to*] The Hoad To Health AM pier Living, a book by D bam Wolfson. will be du 1 river in.it nil] not 1 **"' UHSUH. •••• — 'rders II. stressed that "" %  s l"n'"' Outdoor Kunim. Svi i ;ins the t nited Na*raat and Ocean Ooaitj nlorce the bloekada Beach, on Saturday alfrno* •"I the \rai. League.-18 P>". denied Israel power and: Symon Gould, autt llv || • ••me inoniii y music appreciation hour ol the Rabbi Swirskv will Lear School on Friday at I030a m rae pro-ran, iunder the super vision ot Miss Anyuta Melico\ Mi ami Beach pianist. (;„est soloist Address Adult Institute BeSi l u l %  ,--• %  i .., in,,„•. --r-UUCM soioisi "'" r -' "nKregation UMI H Department in the name ol wiu 1 "' M,s Judy Drucker, lyric *• A,lul Inst • %  .•U-Jio nnnalJ : .. IliraiWi ( | 1( ., Q ... JCWIsIl ';, Vcott, in violation of two "<" president of the New ^*sj • < "uncil resolutions the ura Hygiene Society. the book. This will be folio I -\mrxisium. Participating will be ur Kahn. Samuel Bosenbiooni. %  S. Manuka. Evelyn Stone, iw IKiux. Lote Rathschrecher V] ing Strauss. _,< Charles H Lee. astronoa* lecturer, will preside tegk con-iderations. At the 6 Dr. Buettner was granted a 1 waited in DP camps : quota problems and visa red tape. In 1949. Dr. Buettner applied icr American citizenship. Instandards used by the Universit) ol Washington reflect the McCarran-Walter definition ol subin Nazis are not considered %  under the State De'•r.t interpretation, but soprano, Kappa Tau Holds Tea Kappa Tau. one of the teenace f-i'ls groups sponsored bv the Greater Miami Jewish Communit) Uon. on'cZ Ui "" %  "i Yiddish as Winiata are. Dr. Buettner is not lores Katz. us membership tea. The ( Participates in volunteer service Projects and plan social cultural ,ad nlucational activities. [ n Zi ^'' .^-"n-tion is Mi Do ll! continut l 7 3Q stituti oi Jewii Miami, Hebrew "" v eve 1 EducaUon ol („, Wl diplomat called the ""' l l '" %  PraUel t„ ,i„one ,,d "J Sw,.i-claimbad ;'" -Id. ,,„. Huleh marshes he undergoing dram thai the principlea Huleh case apphed „,.,'," Pmant schemes a s Mr Ehaa referred to the 1951 ng to the Muleh ;";. %  no S i, M ; I to mean that •lid be faI ITuved that deed •naanl wei .„,t •men, MwiththacMafol '> the Government 7' 1 and that -th, ilitary -,,, 'the armistice diKtrine of contrai-v to Cantor Schlossberg to At Downtown Sywf^ft Cantor Nathaniel *" will chant the liturgical of the services l-Tiday evw Saturday morning at l ^ Synagogue, according '" j nouncement here by M Baahar, spiritual asa( Cantor SchloMibTg poet* Muata, is the son <>< ,he n i ituor Lelb Srhliissberg^ Mostew at the Oneg ShaW day evening will be ^ Schwartz, president 't *'" Auxiliary Also ""f^jL, Melavah Malkah on saton ,<* ,*! •+ % %  i" | nri


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JARY 15. 1954 Goldberg to ;tra; Virtuoso pair of University of aphony Orchestra conJohn Bitter conducting i evening, January 24th, [lii'.M'h Auditorium, and iening. January 25th, at %  nty Auditorium, will jew name to this area, lid berg, a violinist who is an outstanding soloist pstra, an accomplished hamber music ensembles tal virtuoso at all times nd of a noble tone and fnique, with a repertory pmpasses the entire vioIrc. Wloclawec, Poland, in I, ho was a child prodigy Li Carl Flesch. At 16, he |rt master of the DrcsHrmonic, and four years Iwacnfjler called him to i~t with the Berlin F'hillorthostra. This did not llilhcrg's solo and chamippearaDCM) however, a. many recitals, he ope with Hindemith and .i trio. Miring the Far F.asl. the uk Goldberg in Java. Ha >d m 14 different camps t.il in.my privations but \, preserve his violin. he made extensive kustralia. Thereafter, he I. I urope l"r orchestral |I tours of England, llolthall Season at GMJCC 1954 basketball season hter Miami Jewish Comfeenter, Town Branch, >r the after-school proIweek with Bert's Bests |rt Sealed and IraIsh\ Ira l.ashin, all tied game apiece in their Ifive series. |rney concluded Jananil an All-Star team will H to represent the Cenll 14-year-old intergroup Ion 8th marked the opening i I nter -ixth annual Intramurals. The scbed sel up tor play on and Thuradaj eve P in and the laagUe ll |i''." a IT and under eatean unlimited-age clasaifiI up include last \ (enter Indepea li 111Of iMhias. A/.A Nn fcl \/.\. Sigma Kho. Flagbiia Jewish Community ikers, SAM's, I'nknowns rnciiie AZA last year's TTER VALUE IN it NEW YORK! Appear with UM is Fluent Master land, Belgium, SwiUerland, Scandinavia, stopping enroute ior a tour of Palestine. It is interesting to note that Goldberg's American debut occurred in 1938, when the New York Times stated: "A master's hand. The tone is rich and spirited and capable of varied col-! or. The violinist's poise and command of his instrument are those! of a veteran; his zestful approach that of an aspiring youth." Unable to follow up this success because of the war's approach, Goldberg did not appear in Carnegie Hall, New York, again until October, 1948, when Olin Downes in the Times greeted him as follows: "An uncommonly sound musician and accomplished violinist His training and experience and his fine qualities were Immediately shown. He played a program that only a musician and a virtuoso of the first rank could surmount. The audience properly appreciated his versatility in music of classic, modern and romantic masters." -JtmiffiftrtfeiL PAGE 9 A Film on Cancer to bo Shown Thursday Night The Traitor Within, a film by the American Cancer Society, will be shown at a meeting of the Women's Group of the FlaglerGranada Jewish Community Center on Thursday evening, January 21st, 8 p.m., according to Jess M. Freed, program chairman. Braxton Twart will be narrator. General discussion will be led by Dr. Julian A. Rickles. Dr. Doran D. Zinner, Miami dental surgeon, has been elected regional vice president of the Southeastern States of Alpha Omega Fraternity at a national meeting' of the organization held in New York's Waldorf-Astoria last week. Miami Youth Tahe OSSiws six out of eight New Creations to Be Featured at Apparel Exhibit New creations of sun and fun trends lor ne\t spring and summer will highlight the sixth tea-1can ware attained tonal showing "i Southern Apparel Exhibitors at the Delano Hotel. Miami Beach, during the forthcoming Spring-Summer Market Week, January 24th through 27th. • Top buyers from all over the nation will view outstanding lines of renowned manufacturers from Mi ami. New York, California, St. I.ouiand Dallas. Kxhibit theme of the Market Week will accentuate America's most famous name lines of resort and early summer faehions for 1954. Bernie Stone, president of Southern Apparel Exhibitors, reports that plans for this years show coupled with an array of newmerchandise which member firms have been preparing, will combine to make this %  bowing the greatest m the organisation's history. South em Apparel Exhibitors is a oneand-one-hali year old association now boasting 12 Yofk mort when lop ol the frindly Preiidenl Only on* block Irom Timei "d Moditon Square Garden. nulei wolk to Radio City ond I'amout attraction!. 400 olfrac.. each with private bath and [(Telrmion available on request) • it ol all-moderate rotet: From single$6 double [ Gofoijc Accotnmodolionl 'or FREE descriptive booklet Specic.l Courtesy Card" ps lorlnti, Managinj Director John J. finnell. Monomer Distributed by || |-4,ratl< Food Co. 1733 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 9-8456 mm !§, 470 IINCOIN ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA PHONE. 5-?978 / MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M Machfei, Director 5505 N. W. 3rd SL Phone 87-8201 „WM >T.. WEST OF IROADWAY A final style approval on one of the hundreds of resort and summer fashions of 1954 is checked here by Sam Wieder (left) treasurer, and Bernie Stone, president, of Southern Apparel Exhibitors, as the organization readies plans for its sixth seasonal showing here. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Serving the Jewish Community Since1926 M'ami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery! Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS 3T//-/8 .W. tn birei



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"1 %  MB" +j(istrkridto[l FRIDAY. PAGE 10 A fi^HcTan Notables Edwin de Leon: The Jew of 1866 A\ TTlSri Ucll i *^ v vw**^ snll t oni| ,, r tivoly young> hls p By HARRY SIMONHOFF /..,;.. Notables, is be.., P-M. ^ J*J f|em „, „ os port of the tercentenary celebration ot Jews" the United Statei.-The Editors The South Carolin., !'• !%  ns wei winself in tl SeminoK and Mexican ttars Confederacy as ., physician His : rotter Tb Cooper and his sist. Vg> were not. The famous La FayetK to his uncle Abraham De Leon. whosi a former belle of Phi!. more beautiful Rebecca Grab of Charleston was highly intelligent, cultun ing. Here was a stock to b. proud of: yet Edwin De forsook his people and his JOURNALIST Edwin De Leon began to practice law in IM Columbia, but soon drifted into journalism. His father had settled in Camden, and Edwin quite naturally imbibed the Southern attitude to slavery His articulate editorials advocating that strange anachronism for 19th century America attracted attention He was invited to Washington to edit a newspaper that would present the Southern side. The paper was not successful though financed by slaver) sympathizers Editorialand speeches advocating" Franklin Pierce for President brought De Leon the diplomatic post of Con.-ul General for Egypt. CONSUL GENERAL The American Consul exhibited a special penchant for handling difficult assignments Lnconsciousl) he revealed his submerged Jewish svmapthies for a helpless religious minority in danger of attack During the Crimean War. Turkish anti-Russian ieelings found an outlet in projecting a persecution of Christians unprotected by any strong state. Ordering the (.reek Consul out oi Egypt would be the prelude for looting and attacking Crick nationals by Moslem hooligans The Christians were with out protection as neither the English nor the French consulates could afford to embarrass their own governments in alliance with Constaninople. PROTCTION Of CHRISTIANS i erioi D • 1 ,„de. the Still comparatively young, hipi .. p ,..,:-,.,1 particularly bright when South Cap2 lioni tho Union. Resigning Immediately, JT n d an PI ..ml adventures of blockade nji fered his -oivices to the IV h( p, i on bad been friends with Jeff, rson Da*," %  G !" e r %  while urj f State consul h,s MISSIONARIES MURDMD I i,\ \u l.. m capabli hand with .i imited D, Lethe issue lained The %  Vnnther crisis •'avert* < •ledbj ^e murder of Amencan stine He demanded immediate tran .,.„,„„ „,.,,„, b y the i s trigate in Alexandria harK"Ve unimaginative commander refused without spe cific naval instructions The matter seemed urgent and l. Leon rus hed bj private conveyance The L-S. Consulate, in Jerusalem and Jaffa could do nothing with thrascal!) mor who blandl) offered to entertain them socially. De I eon brushed aside oriental courtesj and knavery and anded punishment for the guiltj The Turk produced five vagabonds, who obviousl) were not involved, iv Leon threatened reprisals that would lead to war. The Governor, thorough!) alarmed, wen! to considerable trouble In capturing the five murderers The) were tried and con demned to death Nov. the distressed consul expected i serious reprimand lor taking a desperate chance without authorization Instead, he received thankfrom the President and Secretar) oi State for prompt energy displayed. COMtDERATl MINT Tinprestige of the is thus enhanced in the Near East, the Slate Department registered its approval byextending De Leon's term for an additional four years the overall objective of getting France a lire the Confederacy as a bell:., nment. Mason and Slide!!. tho accrednajl the South, could not got the English Pr^ I rench Emperor to receive them officially, \ statesmen secretly hoped for the division o|| Union. But the plain people simply wnuld MJ state that fought to preserve human slavery succeeded in conferring personally with Pii_| Napoleon III. but got nowhere. Di-couragtd.l, confidential letter revealing apprehension andi in the statesmanship of Secretary of State Ja. jamin, or his diplomats in Europe These da, intercepted and published in the \.\i v, )r ,. President was unable to save the -calp of his( agent. THE UTLRATUIR The diplomatic assignment cost He LeoalfJ inga After the war. he wrote for leading in Egypt were recorded in -everah novel-, of which Askarso Kastit is the best HSJ Thirty Years of My Life on Three Contintntu mate pictures of an eventful career that broom close personal contact with the novelist Lesseps, the Suez Canal builder. Horse, the i venter, and leading figures in American Khedive's Egypt was adopted by the British Pa essential reading for all officers serving in the! He Leon married a charming Irish girl He I brought him into the Catholic Church She ixii after him Both lay buried side by side in Nni| Calvary Cemetery. Yet no memorial stone hut erected to mark their graves. Israelis Visit Miami Beach on Joint Business, Pleasure Trip; Are Pioneers Visitors {pom Tel Aviv. Israel, Mr. and Mr-. W. Grodecki. are spending a week at the oceanfront Delano Hotel. Grodecki. who is combining business with pleasure on this trip, is one of the original pioneers in Israel, where he founded Herzlia. a colony in the desert, in 1925 At the present time. Herzlia is a sum mer resort with one of Israel's biggest hotels situated there. In 1933. Grodecki opened AMPA. Ltd.. in Tel Aviv. AMPA, or the American Palestine Company, ia distributor for Brockway trucks. General tires and Philco refriger ators, radios and other products Grodecki is managing director. When Israel became a state AMPA used itinfluence to build new factories Among these factories are one in Tel Aviv, which manufactures refrigerators, and one in Herzlia, which produces ra dios and phonographs. It also helped to form the General Tiro and Rubber Co Grodecki saythat he is "proud oi being instrumental in the build ing up of an industry which employs 150 people." In addition, the rnment received over (3 500 ooo In taxes in foreign currencj during the past three years Ex ports in 1953 amounted to $500,000 on the Suez Canal i in foreign currency. Unfortunately according to Gro decki, it iso important to build up industry that such things as theatres, concert halls and temple: have been neglected. "Tel Aviv. which b',,,--one ol the world's greati estras haa concert Dr. Golob to Speak Ben Gurion Branch of Farband will meet on Wednesday evening. January 20th. 8 p.m., at Both El Originally from Russia, Grodecki in the United Stal n his ilth £ n re L Guest speaker > he I)r Mover Go ob in a discuss mil on the -poaker will iion relationship between disease and old age Manuel Bur stem, cultural chairman, will in troduce the speaker. trip, but it is his first trip to Miami Beach Mrs. Grodecki. who is here for the second time, is the fourth generation of her family in Israel : "We'd love to stay a bit longer agreed the Grodecki-. "but we can't afford the time." The Grodeckis have two children, 15 and 17 The older child made her first trip hero about three months ago. Excited about the trip, she was nonthole— glad to get back to Israel, where she expectto enter the Women Army Corps next year Munitions Shipments to Egypt Under Consideration, US Official Indicates WASHINGTON JTA) State partmenl „i Defense officials lb, Department press officer Henry I Egyptian Ami recently reSuydam indicated this week that turned to Cairo to mak. a personal American munitions shipments to report to Premier Naguib on the l-.gypt are under consideration. progress ol developments Suydam was asked about a Lon j The Mutual Securit) Act p ed don report wind, told oi British by the last congress*, Queen of Days Serenade is Feature! Beth Shclom Joint Meeting Wedi The Queen "t I>a>-. %  -erenade to the Sabbath written bv Sydney J. Green berg, educational director of Temple Beth Sholorn, will feature the open joint meeting of the Sisterhood and 1TA on Wednesdaj afternoon, January 20th. at 1 p m in the Temple's banquet hall, according to a joint announcement bv Mrs Bert S Klee and MrIrvhall which holdonly 1,000 p It inecessary, therefore, to play the same concert sis times so that all 6.000 subscribers can see it." Child Cantor Appears In Musical Program Mr.-. Hoses Mescheloff presented a program at the Wednesday meeting of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob in honor of Jewish Arbor Day. Held at the social hall of the congregation, the meeting was opened by Mrs. Louis Shafkin, president. Appearing on the musical portion of the program was Lazerke Berger, eight-year-old Israeli child prodigy cantor, making his first appearance in the area this season. He presented a repertoir of cantonal selections. Jacob Spector accompanied him at the piano. concern lest the United Slatea nounce a program of militarj as sistance to benefit Egypt without waiting for the outcome o| || Anglo Egyption negotiations me He said 'the whole question ol aid to Egypt has been under continuous examination here at the State Di partment." Declining to elaborate further on the nature ol assistance under con sideration, Suydam would say onl) that he was authorized to make known that Egypt is now receiving S16.000.000 in technical assistance for the Malavsky Family on Air Jewish Forum of the Air will feature an Arbor Day program on Sunday, lo no a m over station WMIE. according to Simon Seiden, „ B Kaplan, pre-, dents ol the director. Participating will be the respective organizations. Cantor Samuel Malavsk) Family The Queen 01 Days, i musical Choir. Sabbath Institute, will be produced ented under the direction ol Cantor Samuel Kelemer in honli wish Music Month, by the Sisterhood Choral Group. Mem .ire The Mesdames Shirley Adler, Caiiulle Baum. Nat Be. kni.in. Ralph Benach Samuel Berlin, Maurice L. Blair, Jonas Brotman, Nathan BushRalph Cobb, Lillian li. Coleman, Meyer Epstein, Jacob PithBeatrice Frohman, David 1 in, Hairv \ Gordon The Mesdames David Green, eph living B Kaplan. Kovi at Samuel Kelemer. VI' under Kogan. Michael Mersel. Donald William M.-ur. Sol I'ine, ,' ,! R( wnhouse Jack Kosenthal. • hilip Rudine Hyman Silver Lot* ;, Sl Sail Vernick. Harold Doroth) Watten and Wil•Vlt/ 1 "• l l organist, will accompan) the group .,t the organ, mi -'"-'will be the Mesdamea Har old Wvnn Samuel Berlin, Samuel „ l "" r ,rv, Kaplan, Philip Rud ne and William Yaaowfb Mrs. Rudin. will also serve as coach for "" I'-aking parts of the script include. $30,000,000 in militar) aid able to the Arab states Israel and Pakistan with actua ""•i" "i this sum subject to the dis "etioi • %  stat. D. n Sydney 1Grt*** Mizrachi Women to Observe Arbor Day The Mizrachi Wonu i Organitn of Miami Beach will celel J rb 9' Dj) with a dessert lun. ,! '" Vbrams on Tuesda) l?th l I'm Fruiuo the rved in celebravoted to agricultural development %  „ It was learned from authorita mittee, ? M, T*' """ tiye State Department sources that preside, '-^"-'n. the United States has alreadv „' M „ £j^ ^ '"elude formed Great Britain of decision PaulineSSu id. $?L A } nm to send arms and dollar aid to Gru, w'r .< >H P Egypt This move is taking place .sephB.nne"' U despite British objections arising rrom the present tense negotia-! M c tjons between Great Britain and ; M rs Sanders Dies at 80 Egypt involving the Suez Canal j Mrs. Hj* -Sanders, ^^ The assistanep n u„ n ..i r-lby's' 'shoe'sT' mana,;i r "' SelStreet.'Miami. S i n K helh KlaKl Montgomery, A,.^' Jjjj Goodwill Group Membership Tea The first in a monthly j membership tea'"r "*' Croup of Greater Huff held on Januar 21 vi, of Mrs. Etta Stotsky, P Drive. Coral Gable* *" follow refreshmi o tt l 'I Hostesses for *ubseg bership teas are Mr: I'auline and Jo assistance planned for Egypt was said to include various categories of heavy munitions, as well as dollar aid to bolster the Egyptian economy. Negotiations have been in progress on this question for some time with the Egyptian military attache in Washington, in close consultation with De-vices were held in Mont £ ome rv Bes de H m Br0 kl>n Alal — Besides her son in M.am,, Mrs Sanders leaves two other sons ana two daughters. nd Card Party Monday w,lt h h M !" '' 1 <;roup Hadassah J / 1 s,rd B rt>-l the Rimey '•'••Hotel on Mond Janu ''' 1 P-m Hostesses will be the Mesdames Han, ((> hen. Samuel JHter and Jack Udell. M r S Harry %  Kapuu, ipresident. Bake Sale Friday JV Mollie Kahaner Ladie.' AuaPark j. n re WHon Monticello Jjjk w,U hold a bake sale on FriHostesses iM-rship teas are %  and Mrs Kittv Glosseray of Mrs. Daniels. 344-** February: MrMildrd 5110 NW 2nd Street. %  Mrs. Miriam R r'"" 1 15th Street. AprilCardiac Chap*] Music Program Miami Chart" "''^ Children's Cuiix'^k meet onTuesday aHeriJ^ ary 19th. 130 P m .J^' hen Hall The pwjj elude a musical PJ2J, ranged by the inner* .Tscr£. of Mu,c^ to appear we *,,,*] lyric soprano. Ten tenor, and Barbara oralura soprano. aeMrs Lena Maddafort^



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INUARY 15. 1954 *Uisltkridian PAGE 11 A ils" to Leave itin America (JTA) — One of the tit chapters of the po'-t, i.f the Jews in (ierdrawing to a close here edraggled "ille-sal rei' uated the Moehl lie, where they had let the most wrctchinditioiM, and left for • MI I hat port they will Lit in American countries burg, they will live in a fniiKrants' hostel until for Latin America, inses during the remain|ir stay in Germany will the Joint Distribution and the Central Weley of the Jews of Gercost of the emigration % ill be borne by the HeJiurant Aid Society. "returnees" — last of men, women and chilli came here from Israel, hem had gone to Israel nany, while the remainfmigrated directly from 1st European countries. fonomic or weather consuitable in Israel, they Germany via Austria this Spring, hoping to in> as a springboard for m to the Western Hemithout valid German en resideam permits, the ^" hud hoped to find shelhn-nwald. last remaining camp in Germany, the German authori^ow administer the camp. v( 1> barred this move Bummer when they car census of the "illegal" ermany, Riving a semito the nearly 800 who Iat that time. The newInnile.ss and unwelcome fcr they turned in this Ion — in the end sought .in the Moehl Strassc MAN OR WOMAN BE YOUR OWN BOSS 1400 MONTHLY SPARE TIME Klrst Time > ff<'ii'ii AN ENTIRELY NEW ITEM IUflU:nji .in.I ..!! % %  i INK money from i.in iMiriiiii.s in ihls ,n.-.i No SelUiyiU T i*> 'in work inn IIIUKI li*f-iri •:'!•. refi : • ni .-. |S40 Gash to secure MI.' entor) r>evi >l log 8 hours a w*k to bu %  n d on or collect l"n could del up h verj good |ins%  Iblllt) ..! taking over rtill limn, In. :>. l-'i'iIn* l)l< illMi pill IK' ill .1 Pplll ill H'll. Writ.-: Mi. W Box -"'T;'-. Mian I Viewing the Scroll of Honor which Miami's Mayor Abe Aronovitz accepted from Harry Gordon, president of Beth David Congregation, during late Friday evening services last week are Aronovitz, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Gordon and Louis Heiman, chairman. Curtiss Candies Certified Kosher CHICAGO — Rabbi Dr. J. H. Ral-i Treat, Curtiss Salted Nuts, Curtiss bag. spiritual leader of CongregaSaf T-Pop. Curtiss Cherry Patties, tion Ohav Sholom of New York.' ,.... &f ;.„. T>„...,„.„,;_. !>„.;.., .. I Curtiss Peppermint Patties, has made a thorough inspection of TO LEASE WAREHOUSE or FACTORY New building on private railroad Irack, 3 fides, truck height, lead inq -10,000 square ft., 16 ft. high ceiling. Light and sanitary, fireproof, plenty parking space. Must be seen to be appreciated. Pan American Terminals, Hialeah Sec tien of Miami. Reasonable rent to reliable party. Max Goldberg, Sterling Hotel, Miami Beach, Ph. 86-8831, Room SOI. ROOM WANTED Young Toronto business woman needs tarnished bed-sitting room for obovt four weeks in February, with eongenial family. Slight kitchen privileges. Please, where no pets ore kept. Kindly slate rate. Miss A., Box 2973, Miami It. the plant of the Curtiss Candy AM the above-mentioned Curtiss Company in Chicago. He examint Candies are sold in candy stores, ed the ingredients and the manu-! super markets, grocery stores, drug facturing process from beginning stores, 5-and 10 cent stores and at to end, and he issued his certifi-1 all candy counters. Now with the cation that Curtiss Candles are Kosher certification from the emistrictly kosher and may be enjoynent Orthodox Rabbi, all Jewish ed by all Jewish people, even the \ children and grown-ups, too, can most obsertant. i enjoy with confidence these fine The following popular Curtiss, quality candies which are so popCandies are covered by the Rabbi's ular with the wide American pubKosher Certification: Baby Ruth, lie. They now have the assurance Baby Ruth Nuggets. Butterfinger. that all the ingredients used in Butterfinger Chips, Curtiss Fruit j producing Curtiss Candies are Drops, Coconut Grove, Coconut Kosher, in conformance with the Grovette, Coconut Nibbles, Coconut I Jewish Dietary Laws.—S.T. OFFER FOR SALE MY TWO LIFE MEMBERSHIP SEATS FIRST TWO SEATS ON CENTER AISLE in the MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER PHILIP WEINBERO 1239 Alton Rood NEW R. C. ALLEN CASH REGISTERS $149.50 ALLEN BUSINESS MACHINE CO. 908 South Miami Ave. PHONE 2-2615 0**4^SjeWROOM AND BOARD In private home, reasonable. Nice rooms — good food — garden — television. 1366 S.W. 15th St., Phono 82-6082. e?Soassme.rar • II I I I I %  II %  Tax Returns Prepared $5 up If you have ANT problems call on THE SERVICE CLINK 39 Boacom Blvd., Miami, Flo. Phone 83-1628 FOR RENT Single or double room in privote Kosher home, S.W. Section. Kitchen privileges. Call 9-6372 or 9 3850. ST DPOS. R^e 14 the ai >Tf KAISING CHAIRMEN 1 in Exciting iportunity! I RAISE MONEYID THE TREASURY of your IIZATION • YOUTH GROUP • SISTERHOOD 'II Milfe* Rolsam of JEWISH FIORIDIAN 2-8212 bis singing llRTAINS UC AND [QU IIKC $ Nol TMgJ .7-6109 or 48-1279 TS SMART TO SEE THE IN MIAMI 3-0874 732 BISC BLVD Lot 60x120 By Owner, now 2 large bedrooms, 2 tilo baths. Urge living room, 13x21 knotty pine Florida room, draom kitchen, built-in bar, hoot, 16x28 garoge, front porch, patio, fruit tree*. Furnished. Half block from Coral Gables and transportation. 3652 S.W24 Ter. T.V. SERVICE No Charge For Call NtchtO, Suii'l.ivs. Holid.O" t'nlverenl T V Phone K:I-II>. fttMBlMATfc TV BERVJCK DA1I.T, SUNDAYS. H(l,ll)A\s 10 A M I11 P M :! for rail city Wide Televleton Ph. n-lStl See or Phone Ma NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ina. Co. •07 Blocayne Bldg. 19 W. Flag lor St. Rabbi J. N. Ralberg on his inspection tour of the Curtiss CandyCompany plant before he issued his certification that Curtiss candies are kosher. _^ Lula Jones Flowers For All Occasions DELIVERY o Cut Flowers o Petted Plants o Corsages o Funeral Designs o Wedding* o Parties 1910 S.W. 8rh STREET 2-574)0 Phones 2-5384 ramous for Fine STEAK ANDCHICKEN A L'S 4 14 GIANT-SIZE COCKTAILS Biscavnc Blvd. at Fourth St GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. 4-5860 Have your roof repaired now: y}u will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" RELIABLE CONTRACTOR for new buildings. Alterations, repairs, estimates and expert advice free. PHONE 83-3270 or 83-2690 Hat Shenkin REFINED WOMAN DESIRES ROOM WITH BOARD Smell salary, in exchonge for light duties. Excellent cook, boat reterences. Coll 5-6104. PRESCHOOL and RETARDED CHILDREN Piano Singing • Elecatren At Your Home Ph. 5 2444 LADY AGE 40 Withes to meet refined gentleman of 45 or ovor. Writo Miss B., Box 2973, Miami 18, Flo. International Fnrnltare Company EXC11JSIVC Pt8MHT8RK MABf TO YOB* SPfCfFfCAT/ONS — %  ptfCIS AT raw fffA tOF MMf AT 6319 7*4717 \ Attention: Social Hosts ... For FlfSTA NIGHTS at your MOTELS or ORGANIZATIONS GUEST PARTICIPATION in INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCES SQUARE and ROUND DANCES — CALL 58-0651 SHIRL'S FOLK I SQUARE DANCE SCHOOL 1519 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Adult Classes: Monday, Wednesday, Friday — I to 10 p.m. Cla Foo $1.00 WALTZ, FOXTROT, RHUMBA, 6 Lessons $15.00 (Private Individual Instructions) The Sooth's Outstanding Jewish Cemp for Beys and Girls CAMP CARLYLE HENDERSONVILLE. N.C. In the heart of vacationland. WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA DIRECTOR — WINTON L. MOELLER Principal. Woodward High School, Cincinnati. Ohio Educational, eocial and recreational activities — supervised by trained leader*. Hortoback riding, water sports, golf Instruction. Modern cabins Doctor and r.urse on premises. OWNER: Mrs. Jean Arnold, 850 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach Ph. 584359 or 5-0374 Miami Representatives: Mrs. A. A. Hoyden Ph. 4*4490 Mrs, Howry Bro s ssnon Ph. 48-8920 for NEW FILTERS for your AIR CONDITIONER CALL PHYLLIS THE FILTER GIRL' 82-8038 Joe Soler IMPORTER OF AUJGATOR GOODS mi SOUTH AMERICAN SOVVtNIRS 215 Lincoln Road 2201 Collins Avenue PHONES 5-4330 58-3579 SINRAYPAM HEALTH RESORT MOTiX-*ANlTAJmiM mT~Vf?€um



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JewislhJBDitiidliiQUP II, FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY 15. 1954 SEC. B irael's Old and New Prime Ministers-A Study in Contrast By RINNA GROSSMAN s AJP Feature ; all • happened. very quietly— ecially in view of-the fact that happened in a geographic area ere changes of government or leadership are usually as turbu a.s the desert winds. It was all un Middle Eastern. And ored. And even efficient. )a\ id Ben-Gurion stopped being me Minister and Defense Mintr of the State of Israel—at his fervent request—and went off [live in a tiny prefabricated u-1 in an isolated communal set iu-nt somewhere in the Negev derness. Moshe Sharett stopped "just" a Foreigit* Minister assumed the august and fright tig job of .being Israel's Premier [well. •h issued statements and said things about each other. The In in the-street in Israel said things about both of them. \i went on surprisingly as usual. is one of the things that Ikes it hard to believe that Is tl is located so very close to ria or Egypt or Jordan or even |n where law and order are un Dwn on such occasions. Things will be different in Isiair in Memory of [illiam Kappell is imed at Brandeis VAITHAM — The Fredric R. ^nn Chair in Memory of William pell was established at Brandeis liversity this week, it was anMinced by Dr. Abram L. Sachar. esldent of the university. |The Mann Chair, as established the Philadelphia patron of the be hostess. The Very Vinent Iraiiklnrlrrs Corned Hoof Itolognn I'aslrama BEEF, ail Formost Kosher Sausage Co. 230 N.W. 5th Street, Miami, Florida Phones 3-0721-2 — 3-4225



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\k*Jstlk££&FRIDAY, J ANUARY Is PAGE 2 B Discussion Held At Parent Institute Fathers took over the January Institute for Parents at the three nursery schools of the Greater Miami Jewish Community CenTopic for discussion was. Papa i A Parent Too. and the changing role of the father in the family of today will be completely explore On hand to moderate a panel of fathers of. nurserj school children were Dr. Seymour Blumenthal, practicing psychologist He will he at the Beach Branch on Monday evening, January 11th. 8:30 p.m. and at the Town Branch on Tuesday evening Philip Seligman. father of a nur,, rj ., hi acted as mod i rator at the I ranada Jewish i 'enter on Wednesda) Janu*y 13th. Chairman at the Town Branch \u Nathan Siden. at the 1 'its. S..1 Kami, and at Flagler-Gra nada. Mrs. Leo Lubin. At Flagler-Granada. the panel consisted of Dr George Gittlesnn. Mr. Edward Peiser and Sam uel Goldstein. At the Town Branch. Bernard Hutner and a group of fathers made up the panel. Dr Mcur.ce Lev. F c |W %  <** oi ^^^ !" *Z Ls at Mount Ed Hoital. Samuel Gertn. execu v doctor and Dr. David A. Nathan, chairmar,oMheMed cal Start are seen congratulating Dr. Isaac Snapper, en.el lee fJrer a. .he Professor Protempore Medical Program held m Mount Sinai December 20th through December 26th. Golden Age Friendship Club Holds Installation of Officers Sunday Eve Kramer gel together; Jacol P*ff white Mrs Lillian Psychological Group Installs Officers Installation dinner of the senior and junior groups of the Dynamic Psychological Society of Greater Miami was held last week at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Officers installed for the senior group include Mrs Moses Meyers, president; Mrs. Sidney Ettinger. vice president: Mrs. Ben flinch, vice president: Mrs. Mae Levantin. recording secretary; Dr. Sidney Moss, treasurer: Mrs. B Burke, financial secretary: and Mrs. Milton Rothman. corresponding secretary Junior group officers are Michael Meyers, president: Esther Malabel. vice president; Gus Dana, recording secretary: Judy Abbott treasurer; and Frances Lazarus, corresponding secretary. Installation was conducted by Dr. Samuel Kahn. of New York, founder of the organization. F.fraim H (".ale. executive direc tor of the Greater Miami Jewish man. refreshment Community Center, was guest MuenMer. public, y. Rudolph elect Ko* constitution Louis Abeioff. sunshine committee and sick. Joarthts, trfwtffei. !" \* MADE flOM "THE UaMOH WlfM THf !, Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Flo. Phone U* speaker and installed newlj ed officers, appointed comn-:"chairmen and Board memberof the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Town Branch on Sunday. January 10th. Among elected officers install ed were Hyman Kam. president: Jacob Blumensohn. 1st vice president. MrMinnie Steighlitt, 2nd vice president; Mrs Lizzie Litt, 3rd vice president: Mrs ROM Shli\ek, recording secretary: Mrs. Minnie Kanner. corresponding secra tary: Mrs Goldie, Rosenberg, social secretary; Mrs Harriet Zimmerman, financial secretary: and Mr Louis Weintraub, treasurer. Also installed were the following committee chairmen and Board members Henry Garison, program and planning; William seph Horowitz, reception. Israel Borosoff, membership: and Abfl Rock, finance Board members arc Mrs Louis Weintraub, Mrs Anna Levine. Mrs Molhe Ginsberg MrMinnie tin benstein. Mrs Dim Kam. Mrs Irael Borosoff, Louis Stillman. MrHenry Carlson. MrWilliam Kr.i mer. Mrs Jacob Feldman, Mrs Louis Abeioff and Mr-. Joseph Horowitz J MIAMI BEACH I 1104 Lincoln Rd Ph. 5-3812 SURFSIDE 9473 Harding Avc Ph. 86-6171 Rabbi Swirsky to Review Book Too Late The Phalarope. a novel by Allen Payton, will be the topic of discussion by Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky at a meeting of the Beth El Congregation Sisterhood on Sunday evening, January 17th. 8 p.m. Hostesses will be the Medames J. Solinger. A. Greenberg and M. R. Silver. i Pcevie CUSTOM TAILORING 1104 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach •473 HARDING AVENUE Surfside HABERDASHERY 30th Tear on Miami Beach ugdnne NOW Too Can Drink All The Iced Tea VOB Want WITHOVT Gaining A Single Ounce. DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARINE FOR DIABFTTOS, OVERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DIETS PMP- HirmleM Economical General Repair on all Make Trucks and Care Eleclrlc and Acetyleno WeldingCOULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt — Body Repair, and Painting Free tick-Up and Delivery — Wrecker Sen-ice Phones J-2244, 2-6652 840 S.W. ltd Street ^Van Luted Mini') Oldest ( %  • OK (iuaranteed Xon-Kattenint ; OM It on the tiblt— DM It for cooking &f -Oi. Siza Bottlo..Only 75o AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL FOOD STORE^ THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM ol "Jewish Forum On The A|p EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 CM dial) With Various Features Produced and Directed by SHORT OR LONG-TERM STORAGE AVAILABLE IN OUR TWO. MODERN.7-ST0RY WAREHOUSES %  %  1 .. jti :l ; mry% Park... (to LOAD PHONE & '%? -. SU, """MVI, imi ,>"*? J*-*?! S.W. 17* A... P k# MM.j 4 ,o First Time in Miami... GALA CONCERT I The "Singers of Israel" at Dade County Auditorium 2901 West Flogler Street Tuesday, January 26th, 8:30 p.m. Cantor MalavsJcy and family Choir end the 'Martin Sisters" TICKETS AVAIAILE AT: Forr Ta.rs Travel lerke, MIS Callias • %  Miami Beach; Harry J. Soni, Real Estate, 1S9S Wtshii>a'" A'***' Miomi Beach; Amidon Music Ce., 213 GireWa Aeanae, Caral 6* Simon Seiden, Manager 503 S.W. 17* Aeenae, Mlaaai, %  *•"• •J-* 4 Tickets at: 1.75, US, 3.0t, 3.4, S.t, Tn tuthM



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^AY, JANUARY IS. 1954 JentstifkxMian PAGE 3 B ry Schultz to be Principal Speaker Aronovifz Testimonial February 7th jury Edward Schultz. national rman of the Anti-Defamation fur of B'nai B'rith, will be tea id gpealper at the testimonial L r to be held in honor of |or Abe Aronovitz, of the City Miami, on Sunday. February t the Biscayne Terrace Ho%  inder the ipoMOnhip of ShoI .lc. kh'iltz will visit Miami to join |>n iring Mayor Aronovitz* many if service in the program of I.Nnti Defamation League, B"nai |h and the cause of democracy. New York City attorney. %  Itz for many years has been Ire in civic and educational cirln 1941. he was appointed hy |late Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia > Board of Higher Education i ay of New York. He served nairman of the Queens College hi of Trustees and was chairI sm York University and Cooper Union. Schultz is a member of the Board of Trustee* of the Queens Speech ami Hearing Center, the Hoard of Directors of the Sarah Delano Roosevelt Ho use. the Interfaith House at Hunter College, the Board of Directors of TV station \VATV and radio station \\'.\ AT. the Board of Truatw i of the Free Synagogue of Flushing, Long Maud, and Of the Advisory Hoard of Ifisericordla Hospital. During the war. he was OOUnsel to a number of Appeals Boards He helped organize the Benjamin Cardoza Lodge of B'nai B'rith and is a member of its Executive Committee. He is honorary chairman of the Joint Defense Appeal, the American Jewish Committee, and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Joseph A. Rayvis is chairman of the Testimonial Dinner Committee. Serving with him are Alan B. Kessler, Frank Jaffee. Stanley Caidin, Sanford M. Swerdlin, Gilbert J. Balkin. Edward S. Both, Bernard Newmark. Sidney M. Aronovitz, Edward Klein. Milton A. Friedman? William L. Pallot. Burnett Roth, George J. Talianoff and Marvin Rosin. In charge of reservations are Edward Klein and Rayvis. Mrs. Nedbor is Hostess Beth David PTA will hold a Board meeting on Monday evening. January 18th. 8 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Robert Nedbor. 2350 S\V Ind Terrace. I WANT MY MILK Htnry I. Schullt f the Executive Committee Be Board of Higher Education 1949 to June. 1953. graduate of New York Law in 1928 and admitted to the in 1929, he became associated the practice of law with his Bier Jo.eph, attorney for pubprs. newspapers and magazines. |e is a member of the New York and New York State Bar Assolons and has served as counsel these associations in cases taring the unauthorized practice law His practice includes labor It ions and general corporate \k. and he is counsel to publish ciations, department stores radio and TV stations. is considered an expert on I law and censorship. He has bli-hed articles on censorship in Journal of Educational Sology and has addressed educalal and civil groups, such as the fional Education Association and American Civil Liberties lion Annually he lectures at New Kmd Be ffntfe in FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin IT Milk "MUk Products" Dacre Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at %  "• of air* M. anappcr Creak GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE sod WINDOW OLAM furniture Tope. Beveled Mlrron aad ReeUTertxsg Our Specialty LAG. GIWUM and Mirror Work 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORUS W1fO GORDON Gomplek and SbepctuJaMe 3Vle &wke M IAMI TITLt & Obstruct Co. U YEARS OF TTTLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title lasvreece Felicies af (MIU City THte ktsanwc* Ce. Cmmltml, $er'" teserres 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-18W Home Residents f To Be Feted Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appell will be hosts to residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged at their monthly birthday party on Tuesday. January 19th, 8 p.m., in Dougas Gardens Program chairman is Mrs Lewis M kovsky. Cantor B. Silberman, of Toledo, Ohio, Irving Kaufman. of the Avon Tour, and Grade Bar| rie will be artists of the evening. Wick...Rich... Satisfying... and so deliriously smooth! Shown viewing the specially prepared exhibit of the. Joint Defense Appeal on display at the offices of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation are (left to right) Samuel C. Levenson, Executive Committee, Greater Miami Jewish Federation; George J. Talianoff, chairman, Florida Executive Committee, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith; and Dr. Joseph M. Weidbarg, president. Greater Miami Chapter, American Jewish Committee. The Joint Defense Appeal is the fund raising arm of the American Jewish Committee and Anti-Pefamation League of B'nai B'rith, which are devoted to the combatting of bigotry and advancement of democracy. %  ran ream Da.de Federal STATEMENT OF CONDITION At the Close of Businei DECEMBER 31, 1953 Resources Cash on Hand and In Banks $3,964,239.96 U.S. Government Bonds 3,484.031.25 Interest Receivable Accrued on Bonds and Investment, 31.021.00 Dade Federal First Mortgage Loans 29.535.027.01 FHA Insured First Mortgage Loans 4.918.105.33 Veteran Guaranteed First Mortgage Loans 6.491.82558 Secured Loans to Members 682.277.38 Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank 570.600.00 Dade Federal Building. Other Real Estate, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (Including Branches) 1.137,135.27 Deferred Charges and Other Assets 523.403.90 Total Rasourcas $ 51.537.666.68 • %  %  Liabilities And Reserves Savings Accounts **3.169.386.72 Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank 4.206,250.00 Interest Accrued on Advances 6.3 11.00 Loans in Process 267.712.06 Advance Payments by Borrowers for Taxes and Insurance 144.634.49 Other Liabilities 132.637.32 General Reserves 3.128.225.85 Surplus ..' 482,509.24 Total Liabilities and Reserves $ 51.537.666.68 Dade Federal JOSEPH M. LIPTON. Prtidmtt 3 Convenient Offices to Serve You ALLAPATTAH BRANCH MAIN OFFICE TAMIAMI BRANCH 1400 N.W. 36th Street 45 N.E. 1st Avenue 1359 S.W. 8th Street DADl ftDlKAl SAVINGS accounts mrt INSURED fa $?0,000 by rfc* Faearaf Savings mnd leoa \ntur.ct Ceraeretfea m*i EAtN liberal divHtnttt fwiet a year far yea mt the carreat rmtt at 3% aer aaaaat.



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PAGE 4 B Trades Division Heads Announced; Leaders Assume Posts Second Time s %  %  > Stores • pan-, campaign Apparel Rravif A wi II known carri| veteran ••: im %  %  sion, s i %  Let vetwQI serve as gr ents Unit clos ly with Chaikin ol thi Group. Sam Resnick haaccept man-hip ol the Builder-. Real EsI Compare s to the Stati %  %  %  ... Groundbreaking for Agudath Israel Institute Scheduled Grei the for) A.. Institute ; 17th at 3 p m Hon. Holt si ni unty. will be principal speaker Rabbi Isaac Ever, -pintual leader, will deliver the invocatii In addition to Judge Holt, ers will include Miami Bi H Shapiro Dade Coun• r John D. Harsh, Dade 1 ommissioni r i nt St Rabbi Simon April, prt s ter Miami Rabbinical Association, and Ral ol the Miami i;, ai h Jewish Irving Pjetrack violinist, will he p I • %  %  v.. rean, S Maurice KeleFRIDAY. JANUAPV '5, Cor. billed Jewish Appeal Trades Division Gro jp chairmen take time out at a busy ,-„uce Hotel to pose. Shown with campaign chairman Aaron! seated extreme left are Abe Kurman, trades chairman Sam J. Heunan. William | ling rear left to right ore Leo Ackerman. Lee Simians, San^ : Lou H, tvhX Bill Wein raub. Sam Resnick and Joseph M. Lipton. I %  ; the Fll will %  Company l>i\ ision, it I ; %  11' .man The Tradi 1 lii Lsii pun sible fur r.,i-inu ovei M 1953 nearly one-half "I the cam d that he : to -in pass that mark &f TASTY ami NUTRITIOUS and GOOD for EVERY0Sl\ %**. Hclland HONEY BREAD and CAKEJ Excellent too ... fm SPECIAL DIETS No *9gt. wheat fat i-jacj %  yiup u*d m ihtit j*] This makti them vert %  >) %  irabto loi allergy. u?a{ %  tnctad. and low calaw! dieli Salt-free variety ao4< ••pacially foe low iodnm At< 1.1.il (.<• tkiUm\ %  ••* >* %  *• i Mad. by HOLLAND HONEY CAXE COMPANY. Holland. Mtctufa*! COCHRAN DISTRIBUTING CO., 161 HE. 30th St then Compare ttttH tt* Theater Group Will Apoear at Center The Jewish Folk Bihm In ati • Miami will have itfirst ranee Friday, January I It30 p.m al the Jewish cultural enter Featured is a revue consisting l I.ilk songs m makeup and cos tame, a -ketch by l L. Perett and a -cine irnin Sholem-Aleichem's work The-Grand Sweanstake The .group is under the direction nf Mayer Euenberg. Husfcal arrangement are by Irving R Keren man. Interest on Regular Savings Accounts ON •Ai.ANCES UP TO • 25.000.00 Compounded Semi-annually • Payable June 1st and Dec. 1st SAVINGS INSURED UP TO -10,000.00 Complete Commercial Banking Services DRIVE-IN TELLERS RANK BY MAIL PAN AMERICAN BANK OF MIAMI IXIMS! jiltdtvt PHOHF 8? S461 %  w WBORIDA! %  bat wToteri boch* ear. sport tog* md ctmuk ia Flood* "ill b nc„ hmrna-* M) lc leader, all w Aaacoca. Vcv >o U c 0 g,, a i


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^Y. JANUARY IS, 1954 *>*Wf> nrrtHfi^rj PAGE 5B lettP Again It'll tO i*OHt is Gillette was reelected presif the Miami Beach Men's )n Guild for the seventh conIre year last week. has headed the unique mensgroup since its inception in |er officers named by the for the coming years were \h Linn, 1st vice president; Al 2nd vice president; Larry nan. secretary; and Jack Silfcn, treasurer. Miller, Herman Frankel kl Leslie were elected direc>f the group. Kroup. which has gained narecognition in the men's apfield, has contributed more (14,000 to charitable and civic It also has inaugurated an al scholarship program at the ersity of Miami which to date received more than $4,600 in krest project of the men's Un group has been a group mice plan for employes of member stores. Almost 100 li, of Guild stores sad their are receiving riosprtalizs %  al, health and life hill ction under the plan. Camp Carlylp Hotels Reunion The annual reunion of (amp Car lyle, llendcrsonville, North Caro-' linn, was held Sunday afternoon at 1 the Algiers Hotel. Some 300 campers, parents and staff members were quests of Mrs. .tean Arnold. Miami Beach, owner, at the reception. Out-of-town guests Included Win ton L. Moeller, executive director, and Mrs Moeller, of Cincinnati,! Ohio, where Mr. Moeller is princi pal of Woodward High School; Ah Mr Kuhen. athletic director and high school football coach, of Cincinnati; John N. Achzehner, director of dramatics and publications and Newport. Kentucky, high school faculty member: Miss Janet Moeller, University of Illinois, rid ing mistress; Bill Fitzgerald, University of Cincinnati Medical School, director of trips and hikes. Camp dances and songs were presented in a series of programs Assisting at the reception were Mrs A. A. Hay den, member of the Dade County school system, and Mrs. Hurry Grossman, local civic leaner Both Mrs Hayden and Mrs. Grossman laid here this week that registration is now open for Camp Carryle. Both are representatives ol the camp. \i> announced was the addition Arthur Weyne Named Editor of Exponent PHILADELPHIA — Arthur, Weyne, long prominent in Jewish journalistic circles, has been named editor ol the Jewish Exponent to SUOSeeq David J. Gaiter Weyne edited a number of newsin this country, Including the English pace of the Jewish Day, and more recently was editor of the Circle, the Jewish Welfare Boards monthly journal. Auth•)!• ol journalistic manuals and of a biography o f Joshua. Weyne also was a lecturer at Yeshiva University. Caller will continue his association with the Exponent as consult ing editor. AND Plan Rummage Sale Goodwill Group met Thursday in the Trail Lodge Pythian Hall. Plans were formulated for the opening of the group's rummage sale beginning January 18th, at 6745 SW 8th Street, as a fund raising project for Goodwill welfare work. Chairman of the project will be MrEtta Stotsky. VARIETY CREATES APPETITE! WOLFFS BROWN KASHE has that wonderful roailed nutlike flavor of 100% real buckwheot thai goes over bigl Banishes meallime monotony—serve it in soups ... use it in stuffings, fillings, puddings, pancakes end countless other "Old World" favorites and modern treats. So good so many ways. Rich in protein and other wholesome food elements. DELICIOUS • NUTRITIOUS %  THRIFTY AISO FHIOY WOIFF S CM AMY KERNf IS DfllCHTfUl BUCK VVHMT GlrS THAT'S fASr fO PtttfAKE... IAS Y TO DIGliTt OH i A I t AT MARGARET ANN STORES LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES EKCIUIV> DiatnDutors 2402 N.E. 2nd AVENUE. PHONE 3-7711 to (amp Carlyle of its new gate house which provides a children -ion room and recreational facilities' for i ounseloi B. I ma B. hi...I it Rich • Show I Lady l i.i.ii, i. I, Buy Thai M> mi Made l>. !>"ii>; T>I Pai Mui Sin K.I McConn I Strike I' Rli h I'antor'K Ktiidv huiirr Clrcua I l.am|> I'ulo K*i The l.'liShow Valiant Lad] Capl Midnight Look Up, Uve To R Inn ceri ** Imrti > %  I *: i % &f • %  SpanI'Hirol ThE Is The I.if. Arthur Godfrey Johnny Jupiter Billy flrah.-ini I Menu Magta W h. it Tr'ltle I AFTERNOON THE PERFEQ CRACKER Firry, IOCIJI, *naclc o* luncheon — Tim Tam'l topi foe crumby muneriiii't 1< > ibc 6ne*. rlaluru friend a vmk lea Had ...ic'i ihe perfect lafte-maie to all your favorite beverages, juice* and aprcadal \ "ii Kdltk>n • of i If, eh Km Tomor. 1; 'Idlrm l.lathi Mia Top 81 Bch'l of Air NrMin Edition i ov ..' Life t'n. Holi F*nles B'rch For Tom Ouldtne Mnhi brunch With Judy 'lary Moore Ki.v It. .*!.! I'M in lie view| ltr'i-h \V. Judy Meet Millie • 'apt. Horta Jiiv.-iiilc Jury '(lary Moore I'n.n-Vlll* I Cobba corner At Jaokie'i HOUM la.ent Ranch Jamie tttory I Cabbs Comar I Pride of r^tmll>j Jiukloa HottM Big Payoff si ,h,, ,,f Win Id I't-pHi riayli'ar III* I'avoff I Kate Smith I T'hle W. Kthr To He Ann .'fir Kate Smith I \ -. fJIbi I'nrle Martin Von AirThere I Alec (ill. .-.ii Mi Wlsard Mr Peeaeri %  : > on K Ml, key Amateur Hour Oninllma S'lp'-rnian I -•'.-.•t of Itfckoll w • athei man '-*• •* of All %  aorta 'II Tin III* ':• ni, k Raporthnc_ 'Jreateat Dramea •IK (l0 KlNhlml ''"ilK K.U.u.l, i:ddl KUher Knnrm i'l"'"Mtr>a Ili-rili-k llepoi'ta Who Said Thai I UfiW. Kalher' Mama I've (Jot A Herret Two F. Money i I'rrvate Sec. Jackie(Jleamaii t'omedj Ho I PublliService w, Biherman Jack of Sport* •-—••••.•ll" v'Renlc-k Report'' Thl* HT D?i • Doug Bdwardi l, it Th eater BurnH tt Allen P li — t one iii.nr •sliliti I'layhciune Mr. M, N'utl.y I I ., n Iiiirlaur Blnat croab? Show llualnn* fon BM Life %  lillette rlghta ."Id TlnnV, v. Sh. of Shows Trie W • B ini Cicrade %  '' %  %  tJne I I.ove l.i My Kv. SimHo one weather WjVreMllna ^> Sign i.if Place The !-; %  <• I""' H" : l'...i'lno M.,1.,1 Thaatar tf Man B d Baals' ,.i i-ti Sign Off A TMa IrxkW la r.w a.wr.. W STIKTItT KASNRUTH 4 FINIit OUAIITYI Let WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hors D'oouTree Mado to Order Rental of CHINA %  SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all other dotailt arranged for your formal and informal affairs PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS. SUNDAYS A HOLIDAYS S3-ItSe JACK & JILL CATERERS S4 N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Ave. SEE YOU AT POST TIME.. 1:4$ P.M. Daily Double, First anj Second Race* Daily Double Windows clo*c 1 35 P.M. 1:45 P.M.! ADMISSIONS (including taxes): Grandstand $1.50, Reserved Scats $100 additional. Clubhouse $500, Bleachers $1.00. No Minors Admitted.



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%  3JrR5ECy?=^.5jS^-i^" %  i-.'^*^.*•^iy^f^rrSrip7!p?s Pjmlst rkrkfiaii = ^ = FRIDAY. JANUARY 15 PAGE 6 B Miami's Ne* Mayor is Quiet But Firm in Hi* Busy Office Jewi.h FlorWtafl Fetu'e Thej %  • said H est folk %  \: : ran 1 %  ti n • Hi %  '• and both tinupowerful intei -•;uain>t him. includii the I and bus companies and paper-. The latter welt determined that he shoul • They called me a chronic cornplainer." he explained •But I had no ulteri and their attacks nevei fared me. I iut kept wondering what 1 couid do to eliminate the oppositi The quiet Mayor, whose quiet manner is deceptive I ind it lies an energetic pattern of bounddetermination and unflinching concern lor the city h heads, said that he ha I 1 his mind to get elected to thi Commission despiti -•t before him. I did prec what a politician •:. Somehow. I could mus'i cem for the sition—whether itlei be angered by my actin whether th en m( • He smili for ":!:'.-• on to stand precisel; h I I %  • %  turbed by the fact that the papi 1 Mayor Aroi his he : %  sail; "It was what I h Then is a sim] which tx ol Miami > 1 circum-t.:' vember election hi ers, madi I th d his chin though! "When one run Awn :i panorama of a mean this liti rally 1 %  certain p< with whom om has hi thej call upon your memory-" There was th who, earl) N • %  edtell • state hei he lenl l< gal pi "Sni that time 22 \ror •and th she l ntact n an told me over the | was • to-d r • rt. thus ing hi r debt I |j : %  • reall) %  with hi %  The u-k. Sebi [ the cii • it : him that I %  t stetson Ui II : %  %  %  ling to their 1 %  I .... %  %  Vi • rei • : •' e typical ol government; n %  • nto tl '• r Aroi • %  %  ferred I He had isl h was %  their quafl \ %  il %  %  %  :. the %  Ititrni I %  %  %  M ami Mayor Abe Aionovitz tells Leo Mindlin. of The lewJ loridian, that his ofiice will not be guided by the quiet pro J ises of previous adminis tr atio ns. %  Versatile Manischewitz Sponge Mix Mckes Variety of Delightful Cakes wh o enjoy, wo* OSSSS^SSmi City, New Jersey Checkerboard Loaf 1 package HiolachewRi Si 1 ake MIX 6 eggs, separated 4 tablespoons cold water 3 tablespoons cocoa Separate mix into two tfJ %  the kitchen or perhaps, in l the modern kitchen we should say relaxing" in the kitchen the quick convenience proof results ol Manisehewitf S| % Mi* are imporrs In the -teadily grow ..,; of home baking Bueven more important 1the parts Using one part with] I thus fine new cake mix ""<| 2 tablespoons cold water. cake mix on the mar^k^g **2' 0ns "" "** It a spur to the *• ^ ke • # !" f 1 *.^ .!.-,,.. ... .hem creased 9 9 x J aker "*• P !" Thorough mta .,,, .!., of eg* and wate. to b* ndc W1(n chocotaM1 •* cak. >iaJ fa*. Mix **—* 9 x 9 x J .pared res ol other P an .... .. \ and short Cut m* c ato. who, cool, aft .,,,.,,„„, equal strips Ware 1 pfait everj >"*en -t chocola'e spread a thin coat 11 I rhocaMl fudge fronting between each n nd make them stick together Sprd a ,ra < frosting over too ol ,'\ Ing the colors atternai i> s j %  checker board, build a Ml "> rhoCO ..r„w -M. and 4 ,h* rhc 1 low •• %  tested In the -trips .wide and -4 pre.idms frost in ,ow rid avers Krost top and udH !" .ntire load and allov i. It Is n just l Ketun lian God \ ': t hi '"•" 1 nt." %  %  I %  i.vvvnstm \unn*d VommUtpp Howl Jan %  • • Committee %  11 nation • \ir> 1 'N 1 5 1 ., > to spread S.T Districl %  ll BBYO %  • %  who held • ntire load and allov "set' about an hour kefori Chocolate Fudre Frosting :t tups lifted conf< sUK-ir i.asp.ion salt ."1 labtespooni 1 1 large egg >oik < iii> toft ihorU out 7 tableapooi Silt together the l;.. nd in the %  rning and lastl) the h>t >i intil smooth UatlaHsah Slait* Joint Hoard *M I he Chapter Bo 1 MI iml bepter of Ha %  •? • %  th the ol tficull \ Ittur. UI 1 to do is to point nut I %  %  ; administrations eai 11 vi n be hoati M to Ik 1 r 12 member groi for live ,n brunch m •" • insurance Hotel on Monday. January ll th George S a.m. Tl ol 11 and a This will be the In Vmveta UM establishment oi the %  "; Miami ihar.ter of Bada --h tl*J tmi of this 1 higher morality Brushing the aborted in Hi aside „ remark 1 %  h '"' % %  ; Jews, to be watchful •„ lard Butsom, weei '"""; :i -Th c and nave been answ %  — ......., s^.,u H ici ui me intercollegiate Zionii t '' 1 ";' 11 vehemenl 1 Federation 0 f America ,s currently sponschng its third annua fi^ !" J te <** book drive. Books covering subjects including mathematics. •vice. nhilo*irT-vK\r *%J J:^: University of Miami Chapter of the Intercollegiate Zi Federation of America is mrronthr IM n^,;, n ;i .i_J — _. w waMMj 0u>/jci.ia 011-iuuniq r engineering science, philosophy and medicine are needed for use at the Hebrew University and the Haifa Technion Shown sorting some 400 of the 1,000 volumes needed to fulhll S/^K g al Gr f u Paul Kwi,ne y' Vice P reside nt; Jackie RcllSviTK he drive Stanley Sad. president; and Rom Hyman, Hebrew culture chairman for IZFA. "'•'" is no doubl thai Mian Mayor ,1 man with %  k,.,, "f Integrity, The 7 complexity his r s m L h, "> IW character The '""^ "' '"' pose his un?" """""" -"Offering their sisSr M J r W Sh Appeal are M. Louie Altechul 0**? ^ "ion fii anCes C Mlll <* fcB riaht). The hu^ men Mr ."I 0 6 ,hown V**l Women". Division c


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>ARY 15. 1954 I~*fc* n, rlHrfin,r> PAGE 7 B [Lodge Officers • Dcrnis will be ingrand of Sunshine No. 9 at the Edum, 25 Washington lesday evening. Jan,m. Fortin. deputy district No. 24, will •l officer, issume posts include Ben Teitcl, vice •d Marcus, secretary; .ncial secretary; Allasurer; Harry Rosea s t noble grand; rian, chaplain. .JPS Al Yatchie, warblo. conductor; Clara bearer; Eugene Gilsupporter; Stephen ipportcr; Sol Thaler, r to vice grand; Beaieft supporter; Harry guardian; Bertha guardian, imes Herman Cohen, isio Yudkoff, right chaplain; Jennie Courier; Jack Theodore, •r to junior past nooc Berlly, left supSol Thaler. Harry Clara Chaiken, trus GUbt1 will be repthe Rebekah Assemwhlch is holding its linn in Miami in the tnate Is Mrs. Morris Acadvmy Sight VoaturvH E'anrl Monday was designated as Know Your Academy Night for the parents of Hebrew Academy children, R&bbl Alexander S. Gross, priiuipal. announced. Tht eveninj was sponsored by the PTA group in conjunction with Hebrew Academy Week now being observed throughout the Greater Miami area. First half of the evening schedule followed th<; procedure of Back To School rtiyht. Parents visited Hebrew and English classes and received the outline of the educational "day" of Academy stu dents. The program also featured a panel discussion. Participating were Rabbi M. Horovitz, sixth grade Hebrew Department teacher, and Malcolm Furman, eighth grade English Department teaoher. Mrs. Alfred Stone and Mrs. Aaron S. Lauer represented the parents. Mrs. Alex Kogan was moderator. Lodge Fetes Children North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith, held a party Saturday at the Royal Palm Hotel for children of the Kendall Home and the Children's Home Society. Voters to ilk on (Constitution -dilative Ted David. speaker designate of, |rida Mouse of Replevin Bpeak to the Fomen Voters of Mill) a in Friday, Janthe auditorium of] tin Beach Burdine deMeridian Avenue. RMII will discuss FlorS-. (he need for a hen lution and the prac|tii i ol obtaining; -u< h revision. The first state program of the H> lernization of Flor I which was writ l i Mrs Bernard R ictun "i Government I Hi" Miami Beach Rade County, we are intere ted In obtain] li n preaentatioa i n.ier the present i have reached the entation and. 1 illaverage is one for every 32.000 / in funeuilbelvdce A service that leaves a > lasting remembrance of beauty and reverence and the utmost in considerate attention at a time when most needed GORDON UNERAL HOME, Inc. r llAMI • MIAMI BEACH [10 S.W. nth AVE. 1333 DADE BIVD. fh. 3-3431 Ph. 5-7677 t. M. MNNITT, PkjMal Wroelor Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro presents Irving Kelemer (center) keys to the city on the occasion of his Bar Mitzvah at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Cantor Borele Kelemer, the Bar Mitevah'a father, looks on. History of Jewish Music To be Featured on Beach Center Sisterhood Program History Of Jewish MUSHIn Kar. ration And Son* will be Iratured on the program when the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish ler holds its regular monthly meeting Wednesday. January"20th, 1 p.m., in the Center Dining Room. Mrs. Joseph A. Berman. president, announced this week. Mrs. Milton Sirkin is program chairman for the Sisterhood, and participants in next Wednesday's program will be Mrs. Murray Grossman as narrator, with music and songs by Mrs. David Drucker and Mrs Irving Nelson. A business meeting will precede the program, at which time p!an> will be discussed for the forthcoming Moshe Kuscvitsky concert to be staged by the Sisterhood on February 17th in the Center as its one fund raising event of the year %  %  A BLOWOUT IS ^^ DANGEROUS iuNYWHERE!! Be Safe... "' NORTON TIRE Co. FIRST QUALITY NO BLEMISH NO SECOND U.S. EXTRA LOW PRESSURE / 670 x 15 13.95 /fffl £u!%]^ co. 710 x 15 1 5 .95 /////// "s B* IN6 760 x 15 1 6 .95 :}{}{}\ Up \i%ft U.S. CENTIPEDE GRIP MUM T £%I UCH 600 x 16 11.95 %  t UUj ON NEW 650 x 16 16.95 ;! U$ !" 650 x 1 5 1 5 .95 HHIL^: KO M LS WH ITEWALLS g U.S. ROYAL FULL CAPS" 670x15.. 7.93 700x15.. 9 .50 800x15.-10.50 710x15 .. 8.77 760x15.. 9.53 820x15 ,10.50 Ech.n, or. coppoblc cosing o, odd $2.00. Whit.woll. 50c c.lro. NORTON TIRES EASY PAY PLAN %  ff You dtal with Norton Tire only. You are net "Farmed Out" to a Finance Co. %  k EASY TERMS Yen set the terms ta fit year budget LOW DOWN PAYMENT s Gats You Rolling SERVING FLORIDA Over 28 Years MOST RESPECTED GUARANTEE World hmii U.S. Royal UfoMo Soorcotoo. Eoory Tiro • Toko • Roo Sold by Hortoo Tiro Co. It folly o.orot..d wIMioof Ult at fo tlmo or mlkoqo. U.S. ROYAL TIRE Headquarters NORTON TIRE CO. MIAMI tOO W. Flagler MIAMI BEACH NORTON PALLOT TIRE CO. 1454 ALTON ROAD MIAMI 4*00 N.W. 2nd Ave. i



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r %  PAGE 8 B ExpertonEuropean Jewry to Address AJCommittee Meeting January M\ Zack \me: %  %  [oreigi the Iron Curt) ,el on Jewisl o( tb< purge*. Hi' lion 1" these I the> %  -. i I i %  i %  Zochonoh 5 "•. s'<" \orkus Takes on \ardieo in Ton Ro Till HPI-P + Jm lrtfhrMto£_ Discussion on Jewish Education at Bureau Slated Monday Evening b child .'t Hebrew ......... Tlu pre %  noun. : "' meet.. bj th. '' t of the Off. s FRIDAY. lANUARy] Miami Members of National Horn?! Tag Day Here on February 11th. More thai 300 Munu women, all I t h e Florida cha*an i,v.,-h National Hone wr ,\sthmaiic Children al Danvar, will here rebruar. nih : (he children unit the Denver Homo, nm ,unccd bj MrSol AMI .idem of the Loroat ol the II"""' Mrtiexandar explained that ,l Home, the only < h..r institution ol itkind in ,., ,. open to all need) chilufferim fr.-m ehraik ... • ama The non lectarian institution hai Riven frei treatment t" many Florida children h.. were afflicted M v, re asthmatic conditions. I she pointed oul that the Home's medical and reprogram focused <>n the care rel) asthmatic child li without cost to the parenU • sent to the Denvar i staj oi ;i child a. HI h< continued, year* Dur I • s trathHaven [OTEL On (he Ocean 411 OCEAN DRIVE Is Nc fi Ol to Servi for tie Com.ng -o-i Strictly Kosher DINING ROOM VOOER'TE RATES foi" Rsrvat on* Phone 5-4691 ish. Seoul The 5 anuarj %  I B p.m lard[ th, ::i hiiln i -; luna IV|I Coffee Shop Nationo •M „t. Uth Tl tier said, w •., %  i 1 ; %  1 1 %  M 1 1 o *EAT YOURSELF to a superb DINNER tonighl Jamom tjALlb cuiiue DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED GOOD 43rd & COLLINS PHONE 58-1451 H0UI NOW OPEN ITALIAN GARDENS O: 11 ONE OF GREATER MIAMI'S SMARTEST RESTAURANTS CATERING DIVISION FOB All SIZE PASTIES RO SED AL E RESTAURANT KOSHER STYLE COOKING • PRIVATE DINING ROOM • AIR CONDITIONED • FREE PARKING 170 N. W. Fifth Street PHONE 97996 IEN0X MANOR ROOMS WITH -i92 MEALS 1 ill Food. Spacious Potioo •:•>** ••"j* ..,_ Rooma with Double C*pur n* a,0 "-' D -criAL INDIVIDUAL ATTCNTION GIVEN TO THOIC ON S"" 1 827 LENOX AVE., MIAMI BEACH PH0NE %  % %  %  %  • %  • %  Completely Air Cm*M—* FAMOUS FOR Fine Italian Foods We Serve 700% Non-Fattening Spaghetti Steaks • Chops Chicken 84-7759 or 78-9287 7444 BISCAYNE BLVD. TRITON MOTEL DINING ROOM 2729 COUIHS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone for m r>, H„| J oo5 %mf Erwin and Louise Frishne( Air Condilioned TMl'lIST IN IQIH BW OW "OSMIP. RESTAURANT A. DlM(" A U..... fiaariaace im ntof Waal*" TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS DelicatoitM to Tk Maw 1141 WASHINGTON AVI. Open Daily 11am to p m offosrn crrr nAU m „, ft u i-ay s _j f oot __ if MIMM > you c AH u sun ot r HNM Tlt3 MENDELSOHN'S RESTAURANT A CATERERS ^ Comr 41st St. ft Royal Palm Avama, Mia" M Taltphona 587074 A.h'* 1 A I. Carte Tradlti.aal Olaaeri < Ud„ SatwrvlieM .f task. aei *. ,c ** f Maifiafc .r..is.i Atayef ^rl!%  %  fnont ad-7074 D 'ners and A I. Carta



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LNUARY 15. 1954 *>Jm>lsit k>rklk*n PAGE SB lein Again Auxiliary [n of officers of the ancr Ladies' Auxili..i> Itiofl Monlicello Park nn Wednesday. .Ian 30 p.in ;il the Monti [Jewish Center. Hi A. EUekovsky, spirit\>. ill l>.' in-l.illinii olli Hell i> in charge •ram Committee. |or the coming year m hes Mary Klion, presiLasser, 1st vice presiBi' Ahramowitz. 2nd vice %  Marilyn Friedman, relic 'lary: Bea Weiss, corlecretary; Arlene Baer, and Harriet Schechter, ecrclary. •tubers are the Mes|fo -kowit/, Charlotte Stella Bernstein, ^n Wll unanimously resecond term as pre.si1.1 the groups for the include the institution ir System and varied events which will alao ertainment for memacir lamilies. Home Coming Brunch at Temple Beth Sholom for college youth throughout the United States featured greetings by Leon I. Ell, Beth Sholom president, Sydney J. Greenberg, executive director. Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Among those present were Laurence Mamlet, Dartmouth; Marshall Harris, Harvard; Nancy Rothman, Michigan; Elizabeth Simkowitz. California; Jules Arkin, US Air Force; Vickie Herman, Syracuse; Barbara Loeb and Sandra Ell, Vassar; Gilda Goldstein, North Carolina; Carol Fenias Michelson, Brandeis; Marcia Julien, Stevens; Charlotte Glick and Marvin Goodman, Florida; Carol Washer, Marilyn and Buddy Udell and Marilyn and Judy Krensky, Miami; Kenneth Beckerman and David Hillman. MIT; Morris Broad, North Carolina; Jerry Lehman, Florida Southern; Richard Adler, Vanderbilt; and Ronald and Edmund Ansin, Harvard. Hostesses were the Mesdames Gilbert Goldman, Lewis Loeb, Leon J. Ell, Irving Rothman, Louis Krensky, Saul Herman, Joseph Arkin and Benjamin Mandell. :hewitz Soup leal Mood up ;il mealtime sets |cn everything that folnu'iiu. and one of the most satisfying starts \\ ithat good old-time kanischawitl Mushroom I Soup. Ith delicately tender, koomi and firm, flavorpd barley, as well as [beans, carrots, celery |y of other vegetables, i Mushroom and BarIs all the thick, rich, i fry of home cooked soup Vnd essentially, it is a [coup, prepared in small \n exclusive home-kin h II is a savory, stick-toup with enough sound quality, enough solid to make it a meal in since Manischewitz ind Barley Soup is pakcs the perfect prelude fel. meat or dairy, that ive planned for your youngster who carries to school, a thermos i'hewitz Mushroom k Soup has all the eleTthe ideal hot mid-day hkea just a couple of haal in the morning. mi's a much-needed nu up at the halfway mark bol day fwitz Mushroom and BarI like* the other delicious in the Manischewitz r^>P line, is featured at Been everywhere—ST. Classical Hour DON — NEW TIME ITION WWPB fo on Your Dial proudly presents PSH CLASSICAL HOUR with o< Jewish Commentators >RRIS NASATIR EVERY SUNDAY fata •:30 to 11 B'nai B'rith Women Set Games Parties, Luncheons Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith, Women will hold a fund raising card party on Wednesday evening. January 20th. 830 p.m. at the Miami Beach Anglers club, 533 West Avenue. Mrs. James Langel is in charge of arrangements. • • The Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold its weekly menorah games party at the Empress Hotel on Wednesday. January 20th, 1 p.m. Mrs. Clare Isaacs is in charge. B'nai B'rith Women's Council of South Florida will meet on Thursday evening. January 21st. 8:30 p.m., at the Miami Colonial Hotel. Plans for the over-all donor luncheon to be held February 23rd at the Di Lido Hotel will be completed. • • North Shore Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold its weekly menorah card party at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Wednesday, January 20th. 12:30 p.m. Proceeds from Cook Book To Aid Classes for Blind The Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, has announced the publication of its near cookbook. What's Cooking In Council. The book is composed of prize winning recipes by local members of the Council which have been tested and sampled by recognized authorities on foods. Proceeds from the sale of the book will go to Council's fund to provide special equipment for clas-cs for blind school children in the Dade County public schools. In charge of book purchasing arc Mrs. Aaron Farr. Mrs. David Both and Mrs. Seymour Somerstein. M ; ami Convalescent Home I Specializing in Care to tho Elderly and Chronically III. 24-Hour Nursing Service. Special Diets Strictly Obaerved. Private and Semi-Private Room*. LEO ALLEN. Director S38 S.W. 12th Avenue Phones 3-S437 and 9-0278 littM V* 0*r Naw Feature UH IS JUST A OMAN PAN AMERICAN BANK of MIAMI OFFICERS and DIRECTORS P. J. SERRALLES Chairman of lhHoard THEODORE A. DAVIS. JR. President EDUARDO MORALES First VI.-,Praatdent W. C. PAYNE Vice President and Cashier J. M. GARCIA Vice President E. A. GERARD Vice President G. D. FAHRNER Vice Prasri U nl W. E. BOYD \ |ca Pi< %  >i'i' in D. R. JACKSON Aftxitant Vice President J. L. HALL Assistant VI..I'i.'sld.-nt C. H. McINTIRE Aaalatant Caahler and Auditor W. R. CONWAY Assistant Cashier H. HARRY DENHAM A-sl>tant OaaktOT FRANCES P. LYONS Aaalatant Caahler DIRECTORS P. J. SERRALLES i in*n of the Hoard J. L. CABASSA First Vlca Chairman GUTLLERMO CABRERA Wm aaaf Visa Chairman THEODORE A. DAVIS. JR. President of Hank A. J. HARRIS PrtaMral Mldwaai M..-IK;>.— % %  CECIL P. HOLLAND ,. ,,,.„,. Aii-Mi.r-.i Motor* Inc. KENNETH S. KEYES Chairman of tho Boar*, The KaroJ coropaay SHELBY P. LANCSTON Pr-td.nl. USSSU ^ EDUARDO MORALES First Vlca Piosi.l.nl of UanK J. A ROIG Pre.ld.nt. Hf-gOT *— O. H. SALLEY Attorney. Counaal for Hank MM. WEISS Ckalnnaa % %  ""T,, "'.•;' .;,., Myron Studio* HERMAN H. WIRSHING Vice President Sorralles fc-veia'-"— % %  '"" %  ""' Pan American Bank Building 250 S.E. First Straat, Miami, Fla. Founded December 1. 1945 Statement of Condition AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1953 RESOURCES Cash :S10,045.093.50 Government Bonds 9,524,302.31 State, County and Municipal Bonds 4.707,063.01 Other Bond* 97,500.00 Federal Re*rve Bank Stock 36,000.00 Obligations Fully Guaranteed By U. S. Government 1,777,540.49 Loans and Discounts Fully Secured 8,349,344.89 Business and Other Loans 5 032,211.27 Customers' Liability—Letters of Credit. Accruals and Other Assets TOTAL RESOURCES. LIABILITIES S39.569.055.47 376.441.35 981,534.75 $40.927.031.57 DEPOSITS „ $38,387,454.49 Accruals and Other Liabilities 279,182.80 Letters of Credit 376,441.35 Capital (Common Stock) $ 1,000,000.00 Surplus, Undivided Profits and Reserves 883,952.93 1.883,952.93 TOTAL LIABILITIES S40.927,031.57 BANKING HEART OF THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE Serving the Greater Miami Area Connections Throughout Latin America COMPLETE BANKING FACILITIES Commercial Loans • Safe Deposit Vaults • Commercial Banking Special Checking Accounts* Collection Department* Foreign Department Personal Loan Department • Escrow Department • Savings Accounts • Automobile Loans • Pan Am Charge Plan • Installment Loan Department Member Federal Reserve Syatem Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation



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+ WjtJkrid&iL •? V. PAGE 10 B GLOBAL SHORTS Jewish Education Impe-iied, Savs Dr. Pinkha; Churgin NEW Israel is Frozen Out of Asicn Communications Talks lEB -. JTA : rtrai %  %  %  a to P! — I Dutch Foreign Minister Defends Israel's Position THE HAG! I's positioi gees was \ ed in I Nethei Parliar ent as replied I" qui lions Dr. Jos' that 1 too sn -• %  • ii the Pali stine refugees He that Hollai it this situal nd • will br;: ition." Jewish Communities in Bavaria to Release Archives MUNICH n \ All war will be M lion of J< The first ? to be l will be th • 1830. Later n -.Mil', thi re n ent I % %  rj ol the Bavaria, will !'• iation i ventualh e sent I Israel Arabs Instruct Jordan to Abstain from Direct Talks LONDON ITA — The A League Political Committee meet ing in B%  • icted Jordan I reject Israi. • I id tor direct •..Ikbetween the two countiii %  The meetii tier the Uniu Natioi Jordan of Israel's invocation oi ArXII of l ng for compulsorj etwei Israel and J irdan. Jews Reported Killed ii Casablanca Bomb Explosion i \-\ .: \\ \ %  %  % %  ed in ai Is an The explosi I Ara natioi Settlement That Existed Before Abraham Discovered NEW YORK JTA \ existi Bet f or e \ e the I .... i %  Sew reported I rhe %  • %  IYI .". h archai I Jean Pi i rot. v i h i \| %  | (| p'rench Nal i t'< ter ol Scii ntil Ri in h v it h the a ol Israel'? Departmenl ol Antiquities and Ihi • %  : Beershi i Israel President Mourns Death of US Ambassador TEL AVIV UTA Israel President Itzhak Ben-Zvi cabled a mes "i condolence to President %  nhower in connection with the death here of I'S Ambassador tymnet Davis who died ol a heart ailment Mr Davis, who was 60 years old, returned to Israel live weeks from sick leave m the United During his service in Is ra.l. since 1951, Ambassador Da\ iused h^ influence an < tforl to the Jewish state He played a in negotiations which ll (l '" 'Ii' ol S65.000.000 bj the tinted states I i %  4k* bus loui oi the s:x cqenc.es served by Grja er MianJ hundred youngsters rom the city s Hebrew ScbJ toty al th '-tional rally held m the Bureau ol I, 1 ulding, told head Lou.s Schwarteman and JSSB executtve *inor. ._. US Delegates Discuss Zionist Issues at Actions Committee JERUSALEM JTA Express %  the opinl the majority of the members elegatioi at the %  --. :. : thi / raittee held here, Mrs Rose Hal Hadassaii nd member ol the Jewish Agency executive, took issue witl • Gurion, tired Premiei I Israel, wh I in a letter to the Actions Committee that imn to irael is a major obligation ol Z Chief Rabbi of Hungarian Town is Arrested VIENNA iJTAi—Dr. M. Schoen feld. Chief Rabbi of the Reform Jewish Community in the Hungarian town of Arad, has. been arrested by the local authorities, it was reported here. The report also said that three Jewish leaders were sentenced last week by an Hungarian court to various terms of imprisonment on the charge of conducting Zionist activities. Jewish Historian Dr. Alexander Marx Dies NKU VORK JTA Dr Alex l< : Marx, ".m etor ol lil and Jacob II Schiff Professor ol Hu.1 • • the Jewish i %  s,:i:: %  t Ami rica, died after a briel illness I H • o. Dr Marx was the author ol numerous historical i ks and bib His i.iil,!,. hod works included Seder Olam A I The Jewish People, Studies Ii isn Hisl Main Work (,i Ka-hi Ben-Gurion Demands End of 300-Year Ban on Spinoza TEL AVIV iJTAi-The abolition ol the excommunication declared by the Amsterdam Jewish ommunity about 300 years ago on the philosopher Baruch Spinoza, and the publication of all his works, is demanded by David Ben-Gurion retired Israel Premier, in his first article written in Sdeh Boker. his residence in the Negev. The article ipublished in Davar. a pro-govern Israel-Belgian Air Agreement Ratified; Treaty Reinforced BRUSSELS (JTA. An exel ol instruments „[ ratification of a new anservices agreement beween Belgium and Israel took | Place here at a ceremony in the Belgian F( rejgn QlUcp Foreign Minister Paul Van Zee. !" 'T e t n ,e 1 ,he %  H"" Goi ernment. while Israels Minister to Belgium. Joseph Ariel, represented the Jewish State. Following he formal part of .he ceremony* the foreign Minister and the Israel envoy exchanged toasts Youth Groups View CJA Participating Agencies In Action on Sunday The Ji w,-h \\-\ i le on x'oul I adviser oi the Jewish -choids the ; lion at %  talk i i oun cil ol Je ish Women Miami • u i and the .!< wish S i... Si rvice %  v 10 two buses for a trip to Mounl S Hospital, where exei tiw ined the working ol that institution At 11 a in tin gi DUD Ml the hospital for the Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community center The delegates were lucted through the Center building and heard oi the many i.,-me Mm e programs sponaefed at this building and the other Cen ter branches throughout Dafle Count) Following the tour the y, -t-Tsaw a movie filmed in Israel, depicting the lifesaving servicesupported through thi bal pro-ram ol the i mted Jewish Appeal v 12 15 after a lu. al the I enter deli :Mined to Miami for .< tour ol the Ji wish Ho "W %  Ihe A %  At l 30 pm buses returned to the I Jewi Ii Education Buildi. feature ol II \ nu.h Divi'"' :i ram. it is •. by ( mbh I Jev ials %  '• %  "l the Youth Di\ '!! be ., county wide nuary Auditorium Park Arbor Day Fete Due Pioneer Women i lul No l „ %  hold an A,I,., ; i l-t 8 •h brael i %  Featured will be film Hostesses are Mrs | Wilenskj and MrIda Ho. %  Travel Scries Set At Miami Library i public Library bogan its January Mth lied ihe Magic Carpet alti mate Thursdays, the am!. • ,. lined to countries all over the world, including Hoiid Alaska, Haiti. \ therland W—I ; r nee, the PadCeylo Mexico, and %  .i,;>. t takes' • rs to Ind %  the picture. \i ross India the reoord ol the Dei evell I icpedltioo in Burn, i will be showa by le-t i showings will l>c given each Thursday, one al l 3< p m the other at 8 pm Tickets arc free and may be obtained from the Main Library and its branches on the i Monday preceding the Thursday show Joint Blood Bank Set A joint blood bank will be held ..t the i oral Gables Jewish (enter mi Tuesday evening, January litth, H p m Participating are the B'nai B'rith Men's and Wornen Organization! and the ("on lion Dinner will be served to all di • Seminar for DetligJ To be held in It**' Dr. Morton Amsten ity on prevention ndl disea-es oi the moata.1 a 40 hour temiaat to I the Greater Miamina.1 Dr Amsterdam is |l of Bodadontu at the lal l'< %  niisylvani.. During tl • p nr| sterdam h.,lectured I .N.IV..I I)':.' School ai Maryland. ( onncctimi tal Society. K.iiogjra the Univt rsitj <,1 Midtnwn Dental Sooetjd New York and theVd i-tralion Dental Stall Sponsored bj AlptuC tal Fraternit;. the held at the Birfayne! tel over a period ol I ginning January HuV A. Graham i>president!, chapter, with Dr. acting as chairman off Committee Take from! WHO KM HOW.TO Bl ftobbl loMoh E. Hackorakr Ms Michigan Avanua Miami Beach Phona 5-35M Builders of Immortal Memorials for the fraty x> r.-.rsa Jewish Trade %  Look or the ? c tori/ Whi(£ ouilding Thurmond Monument Co MARKERS MO.0O PLUS



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lARY 15. 1954 *Jewlstn^k* !" PAGE 111 HOUS DIRECTORY )RE JEWISH CENrriday evening servL, with Rabbi Mayer Bciating and discuss Of Israel. Services ed to Jewish Music |eg Shabbat will folDorning services will r Mitzvah of LawDf Mr. and Mrs. Paul hramowitz will ad[ Mil/\;ill i and preach \rnid Tears. Cantor i ill render the musiUne liturgy. • )E JSWISH CENTER lay evening services |th Rabbi Henry OkoSubject of the seriiled ast Love Thy ior Maurice Neu will Isical portions of the |neg Shabbat follow Kinsored by Mr. and icobson in honor of birthday. • • |INAI of Hollywood Say evening services kith Rabbi David Shapg and assisted by W. Malek and the under the direction lechai Haalman. Mi ayor Harold Shapiro speaker. Subject of eduled as: Wherein lire Of Judaism. The following will be [ Mr and Mrs. Samuel • of their wedding anJurday morning serva in.. when Rabbi \ discuss the Weekly br .services are at 10 EWISH CENTER will [Friday at 8:30 p.m., u\ M. Landman offilabbi will speak on: Without Zionism. An |will follow sponsored hood. Early evening |bc held at 5.15 p.m., "Rev. Rudolf E. Brill. egin at 9 a.m.. Saturlabbi Landman's serA Tribute To HadasAnd Mizrachi Wornbr. student of the Hewill chant the servby the mixed choir. [Ration will hold servL, in the Maloff room. eduled for 5 p.m., folI Shalos Seudos and COB CONGREGATION fiday evening services dedicated to Tu )bi Moses Mescheloff and discuss: What Is pantor Aaron Weingarpder the musical porliturgy. Saturday mornIan at 9 a.m.. when the preach on the sermon: he Righteous. Junior under the direction of iaminetzky. Kiddush [under the auspices of ad. with Mrs. A. BergIrs. Aaron Weigarten hostesses. Mincha is ("r B:1Q p.m., followed Soudos. Rabbi Isaac will be guest speak fcrvicea are at 7 and 8 5 15 and 5:45 p.m. A series on Jewish laws is Riven by Rabbi Mesf'een afternoon services. ISRAEL NORTHER will hold late Friservicea at 8:30 p.m.. Louis A <"***'I official %  sted by Cantor Albert et of the sermon is Know Thyself. An ^'l will follow tendered krhood. Saturday mornare at 9 a.m. • rH ISRAEL HEBREW "ill hold Friday eve["at 5:30 p.m Saturi services are at 9 Rabbi Isaac Ever will jd discuss: Triumph And Udduah will follow the p ha is scheduled for B "ed by Maariv. Daily at 8.30 a.m. and 5:30 services arc at 9 a.m. BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will officiate and discuss: Saturday —Rest Or Sanctity. At 4 p.m., the Rabbi will preach on the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 4:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily morning services are at 7:30 a.m., followed by a class in Mishna. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., with a class in Jewish Laws and customs slated. Gemorrah class is on Tuesday afternoon at 4:30 p.m. • • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., with Cantor Abraham Seif officiat ing. Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • • MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Boris Rackovsky officiating. Subject of the sermon is scheduled as: Name's The Fame. Sam Gyson, radio commentator, will be guest speaker. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. • • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches officiating, with the choir under the direction of Miriam Donnerstag. Subject of the sermon is scheduled as: Let Us Reason Together. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Langner. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah of Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Goldstein, will take place. Student services are at 10:30 a.m. Daily services are scheduled for 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronisb officiating and discussing: My People And I. Saturday morning serv ices are at 10:4* a.m., when.the Bar Mitzvah of Michael Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Jacobson, will take place. Cantor Samuel Kel emer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross will officiate and discuss: The Song Of Redemption. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., with Shalos Seudos following. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Sunday services are scheduled for 8 a.m. • • • DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 5:80 p.m.. with Rabbi Arie Becker officiating. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Becker will discuss: The Song Of The New Redemption. A class in Bible is slated for 4:30 p.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos under the sponsorship of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schwartz. Daily services are at 7 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • • • H I A L E A H-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Harry Ettinger officiating. Subject of his sermon is scheduled as: The Supn)nye-Of Modern JewryCantor Ben Grossherg will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Mr and Mrs Julius Goldstein will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat follow ing. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. • • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 530 p.m. Late services are conducted by Rabbi Alfred Waxman assisted by the Center Choir at 8:30 p.m. Sabject of the sermon i, scheduled as: Miracle Of The Exodus. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Weiner in honor of their anniversary. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.nv Junior .erVlces are at U am-,when *£ bl Waxman will be assisted by stuGreater Miami's Synagogue Directory Agudath laraal— Rabbi leaac Ever, OrIIKHIOX. 525 78th St.. Miami Beach. Bath David — Rabbi Max Shapiro, Conservative, 2625 SW Ird Ave.. Miami. •... -.—Dr. Bhmaryahu Swlreky, OrIhudi.x. 500 HW 17th Ava., Miami Bath Jacob—RHbbl Moaea MeRcheloff. orthodox. 301-311 w I, Ave., Mr. Bath Sholom—Rabbi I,eon Kronlah, Liberal. 4144 Chaae Ave., M.B. Bath Tfllah—Rabbi Joneph Rackov%  ky. Orthodox, 935 Kuclld Ave., Miami llaaTnli Coral Oablaa— Rabbi Morrla 8kop, Liberal. 320 1'alermo Ave.. C. (lablea Downtown Synagogue Rabbi Aryan Hei-ki-r, Orthodox. 13., NW 3rd Ave., Miami Flaglar-Oranada—Rt-verend I.eo Helm, Conaervatlve, 50 NW Slat I'lace, Miami. Hebrew Academy — Rabbi Alexander tlrnas. Orthodox, 18 6th St., M.B. Hialeah. Miami Springa — Rabbi Harrv i-.ttinser, Conservative., Hi t;. 4th Av Hialeah. Israelite Center — Rabbi Morton Malavaky, Conservative, 3198 24th Tar., Miami. Knoaeth larael—Habbl Abraham Caa... rta-*svAx, 1416 Euclid Ave., Miami Bearh. Mi.,,,, a...... 1 (ahhl Irving I,ehrman, Conaervatlve. 1701 VVaah. Ave.. MB. Miami Hebrew Scheol—Rabbi Simon organ. Saturday morning services are at 10 a.m., when Allan Goodman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Goodman, 304 Ponce de Leon Boulevard, will become Bar Mitzvah. He will assist the Rabbi during Friday evening and Saturday morning services and interpret the Songs of Moses and Deborah. April. Orthodox. 1101 SW 12th Ave., Miami Monticello Park — Rnl.bl Borla Rackovsky, Conservative. 164th Street and NE 11th Avuiiue, Noith Miami Beach. North Oade — Conservative, 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. way. North .Miami. North Shore—Rabbi Mayer AbramowlU. Conservative. 620 75th St., Miml Reach. Temple larael—Dr. Joseph Narot. Reform. 137 NK 19th St.. Miami. Temple Sinai, The Jewiah Community Center of Hollywood, Rabbi David Shapiro, Conaervatlve, 2t)30 Polk St., Hollywood. Tifareth larael — Rabbi Louis Caaael, 6500 N. Miami Ave.. Miami. Waat Miami—Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Conaervatlve. 5720 SW 17th St., Miami. Young larael — Orthdox. 4001 Chaae Ava.. Miami Beach. Zamora — Rabbi Max M. Landman. Conaervatlve, 44 Zamora Ave., Coral Gablea. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating and discussing: Have We Forgotten Our Song. Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portion of the liturgy assisted by the Center Choir. Saturday morning sw services are at 9 a.m. when the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion. Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lurie, will become Bar Mitzvah. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. Satin Makes Bid For Seat in House Of Representatives Thirty-five-year-old Miami attorney Daniel GJ Satin has announced his candidacy for a seat in the Florida House of Representatives from Group 2 in Dade County. Satin, in making his bid here, said this week that he intends for his platform to include legislation designed to protect young people from child molesters, a careful study and revision of the State Sales Tax Law and a fair redents of the Hebrew School. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m., with a lecture on the Weekly Portion. Maariv will conclude the Sabbath observance. • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 and 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morton Ma lavsky officiating and discussing: Religious Unity. Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. The Oneg Shabbat following will be by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weinberg. SatuW day morning services are at 8:15 a.m., when Rabbi Malavsky will discuss the Weekly Portion. Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Osman, will become Bar Mitzvah. Mincha is at 5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Dr. Joseph Narot officiating and discussing: How Shall We Better The World. Cantor Jacob Bornstein will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • a a CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating and discussing: Jews Who Stand Up For Their Rights As Americans. Cantor Irving Robinson will render the musical portions of the liturgy assisted by Robert Strassburg at the FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. Rev. Leo Heim will officiate and discuss: From Egypt Through Moses. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when ReV Heim will discuss the Weekly Portion and chant the liturgy. He will be assisted by the Religious School Choir. Daily services are at 7:30 p.m. • • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Simon April officiating and discussing: How Do You Rate With God. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion. Cantor Berele Kelemer will renDo.i./ 6. Strtia turn to Dade County of the tax monies going to Tallahassee. •'These are only a few of the items I intend proposing," Satin explained, adding that he intended taking into account an increase in educational and recreational facilities in Dade County, as well as studying methods of increasing the der the musical portion of the liturgy. A class in Mishna is sched-1 pay scale for teachers, uled for 4:30 p.m followed by, Satin isa .^^ of loca M 1 "*!?. !" ?! ,a J, S „! e d0 S : J D ai iJ: schools, including Miami Beach Elementary, Ida M. Fisher Junior High and Miami Beach Senior High School, where he played varsity football. He attended the Universervices are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will will hold Friday evening services' sjt of Miami Uw School du at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning | atjng in lml with he g^ and services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi ||R d-orm,. Shmaryahu Swlrsky will officiate! „ K ... ,. „_ M and preach on the topic: The Best He rved with the LS Naval ReThings In The Worst Times. Rabbi! f* !" ab 9 ard sh 'P over !f r as ,! n 1 t T ne Samuel Krolowitz will conduct I Pacific Theater dunng World War class in Talmud at 4 p.m. Mincha I 11 and u u nt navigation at Northwill be at 5 p.m., followed by Shalwestcrn University. He later was os Seudos, when the Rabbi will discuss the Portion of the Zohar. head of the Navigation Department at Brown University. Satin is a Junior services are in Academy former Post Advocate and present Hall at 10 a.m. member of the Miami Beach Post Veterans of Foreign Wars. In addition. Satin is a member of the Miami Beach Post American Legion, Board of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, Board of Directors of the USO Committee. Loyal OrS\v 24th Avenue, Miami, will hold ,. ., f, ,._ ,-.;„.... f-;^„„ „.,„,.,;, „. Kin der of the Moose and Past Exalted r^LlSZJSAjL 8 ^ Ru'er and present chairman of the Jerome Siege/ is Bar Mitzvah at Anshe Emess Anshe Ernes Congregation, 2601 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Jerome, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Siegel, will render the liturgical portions in honor of his Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Abraham Sachs will address the congregation. Rabbi H. M. Kagan will pre Board of Trustees, Lodge No. 948. Miami Elks Teen Age Programs On Tuesday evenings, the teenage program of the Greater Miami side at Shalos Seudos at 5 p.m. | Jewish Community Center. Town Kiddush will follow the morning Branch, features a mass teenage service. get-together. One of the Sterling hotel's famed specialties gets final seal of approval from Chef de Cuisine Alex Antal, standing over a tempting roast beef, and, left to right, Herman Engel, Max Rosner, Frank Knesz. Neil Morrison, Norman Steiner, pastry chef, Philip Johnson, salad chef, and Rosemary Blake. On the far right are" Charles Noland. of the United Press bureau in Miami, and David Rosner, owner-director of the Sterling. The Sterling's dining room is open daily to guests and non-guests, but reservations are suggested.



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!s.;Mr_-.*ii:— + fit* i the Di problems a ioui and that it > %  >tate handicapped b> a eoW war carried <>n by bors. iinn %  < ntinj :• %  am i -od Iew,sh Appeal launches .ts SUCCOM fuUackoH ev.nl 'I! \n n 400 community leaders., tended by more than 400 com Ho i by more than 400 community tx: UJA qeneral chairman Edward M. M. WQ 1Tu.tcUiwAJctain Dr. Ic-ph J. Schwartz; ^ ^eS^a !" 0!ce o Prim. M initex. Slate o. j—L s borders are not fr;end ; • la said Warburg describinj b recent visit to Israel, "'but confident the people will holdfrontiers. If we hold to our vis. t just of Ions standing-fhe vision of delate of cencj and human dignity for our ^pressed fellow Jews-then the the! great spiritual regenerati Israel only extends to the near est fl rid that frontier is at most only 30 miles awaj Teltural Uiv is but 20 miles trom the iron M 'tier and Jerusalem is directly on Sinai the border-and •""' d ** i: >ettlement.The wheat grows .,Greater Miami instituti ns a the border Pipeirrigati an imp rtant beneficiaries in the the land—up to the border And annual combined appeal He new white houses gleam in the sun pointed out that nearl) 5 —but no further than the bordi were benefited thri agi;. the past : % %  President Carl Wrinkle ol th( he reemphasized Warburg pointed out that Israel .-eeks to realize two principal aims Conclave Winners Include Miamians Winner* of the regional contests which took place at the Southern Senior Judaean Winter Conclave held in Uaytona Beach. Florida, and who were announced at the linal banquet attended by 160 delegates and guests wen Ping Pony winners, Sandy Rubenstein. of Miami, and hum Reimer. of Woodruff, South Carolina The ("ecile Rubin Chapter of Charleston. South Carolina, repre -ented by Sonia Sokol. Evelyn Lipman and Liz Kominers, and the Ben Zvi Chapter of Hialeah. Florida, represented by Steve Kneapler, Ronald Askowitz and Jerry As "witz. won the Bowling Tourna ment. The Ben Zvi Chapter, oi Hialeah, and the Miami Beach represented by Jack Becker and Ronald Askowitz and Tamra Mam-1 hex and Judy Phillips won the | Shuffleboard Contest Staff for the four-day conf* h took place at the Pi %  d Miriam I II) Goodman, Hinds I -h Federation, commended the community for unified action in conducting a single campaign each year tor the purpose ol serving Israel, as well as national and local groups Invocations ami benedictions were delivered by Rabbi Morris Skop. ol the Coral Gables Jewish Center, and Rabbi Irving l.ehnnan. Miami Beach Jewish Center Junior Hadassch Party Miami Unit of Ji %  card p u January 19tl t ,h\. Inc.. 2451 N'W 7,h hwartzman '.tairman. Listen To SCKACKTER'S New Yiddish Program Eery Sunday, WM3M, 12 to 2 p.m This program is thfirst and hat ti largest listening audience Features the Jewish Philosopher NORMAN R. LYONS. News and SHOSHANA SPECTOR ^ SERVING ^.CIREATE* MIAMI CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 CHASE TV speaks on peace of d 1 'Sa'lriHt "When you know each day means three good meals... healthy children with education a&sured...a home that ti comfortable, safe and attractive then you can enjoy Peace of Mind...the happiness that security brings. "It 't to simple to accomplish. Just start your insured savings account at Chase Federal. Then add to your savings regularly; your money increases with Chase Federal's liberal dividend, compounded semi-annually. "I know-because I save at Chase of Lincoln Road." Now 3% Dividend compounded semi-annually Indh'Uiual accounts insured to SIO.OOO-family savings to S30.000 when two persons have individual at i (tunts and a joint account— %  i convenient Miami Beach locationsplus .N.jie try Mail. J convenient Miami Beach locations, plus >H 41,| 111,11 •N .VI Save by CWeMe^ £*£ v


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irth Miami Beach to Vote on Revised Charter %w dtUEJliDipidliiaiip S7'll %  % %  Ircarfl llxJHIlVJfcfr"-f FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY 15. 1954 SEC. C rf***t a* 'i V3; I'hoto by l'airulman Oeorge Wam-oiiii srs of the Charter Revision Board of the City of North M iami Beach pictured above (left to right) are Edmund A. CreelL S. Davidson. William C. Haniord and Clyde B. Haas. Not shown in above group is Charter Revision Board member is Robinson whose photo appears with her statement on page 2 of this section. /ebster, Council nt, Urges Residents ircise Franchise due reflection, having the various provisions of proposed revised charter, President. Mary Webster. |upf Florida and the United ionly in tnis way that we protect the privileges and > of the people which were ed to us by our Constitution ur forefathers. I am heartily 'or of the enlightened proa of the proposed revised r, and if the people of this are as favorably impressed as they will vote 'yes' at the ing referendum." rh m.jority of Section C of ii*ut it devoted to Inforwteplctures and a log*) do•Jon pertaining to the revised ir of Hw City of North l Bosch which will bo voted by residents of that munici•'*y Monday, February 15th, • special election. REVISION BOARD URGES ADOPTION OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH CHARTER We, the members of the Charter Revision Board, present for your approval, at a special election to be held February 15. 1954. the Proposed Revised Charter. This revised charter is the result of long and intensive study and discussion by the Board. Many charters of other cities were studied carefully. The "model charter," published by the National Municipal League, played an important part in our decisions. Independent study by sub-committees of the Board did intensive research in many fields of municipal government in order to report out the most modern and accepted provisions in cities such as ours with related problems. More than twenty public meetings were held in the City Hall and the urgent need for modernization was the spur which drove the Board, frequently, to meetings running to 11 p.m. We recognized the lack and the need and the insufficiency of our antiquated, existing charter, which was enacted when this area was practically farmland and the nation was in the throes of a worldwide economic depression. Some of the provisions found in the revised charter were approved by the Board on a divided vote. In all cases the provisions were adopted as the will of the majority but no one questioned the sincerity of those voting to the contrary. Consequently, we ask that you do not vote by snap judgment or by what your neighbor tells you the charter means. We urge anyone who seeks "clarification on any provision to attend our public meetings, the ffr\t of which will be held January 15 at City Hall, and ask about anything that is not clear to you. The reasoning for adopting any provision will be explained. We thank the voters of the City of North Miami Beach for the honor and trust they placed in us by delegating to us the responsibility S "sfabShS for them what can be called the const.tut.on by which this city will live and be guided for the future. It is our earnest hope that you will vote in favor of adopting this charter and that it will help, in the years ahead, to bui d our city untU it Sains the place of prominence which, in our opinion, it so richly deserves. CHAR TtR RtVISION BOARD f. S. Davidson, Chairman Edmund Creelmon Clyde Haas WIN. C. Haniord (MrsJ Frances Robinson Mayor Diet enbach's Election Pledge Fulfilled as Charter Voting Date Set As the referendum nears. Mayor Dan Diefenbach made the following statement to the residents and voters of the City ol North Miami Beach: "When I ran for office I promised you a progress! e tdaunastration for the betterment of the people of the entire commutiity and net for a small select few. It was my contention that the people, in the final analysis, would vote my administration into office, and it therefore became my duty to do all possible for the community at large. One of the planks of my platform was a Charter Revision if the people desired it, and in accordance with my platform. I initiated the election of the Charter Revision Board, which was passed by the voters. The work of this Board is now finished, and it is up to the people to acquaint themselves with the various provisions of the proposed revised charter, and to vote upon it on Monday. February 15, 1954. I take great pleasure in recommending this new charter to the voters because it is a progressive one. It is a charter for all of the people, and not for just a few. Although I am not fully in accord with some of the provisions, the provisions of the charter having to do with Civil Service; Planning and Zoning; Budget Planning; Special Elections; make this charter one of the most effective weapons for the protection of the people of this community. Therefore I wish to commend the Charter Board for their diligent efforts and arduous labors on behalf of the people, without any recompense whatsoever, and urge all of the voters of the City of North Miami Beach to be sure to vote, and to vote favorably." Mayor Don DiefenSoch Norman Lyons. Board Attorney, Says Re\'ised Charter Forward Step r Norman R. Lyons. Attorney for the CharterRevision Board of North Miami Beach indicated that the new charter was indeed a big step forward in the progress of this community, and^ stated that the new charter was an enlightened instrument, giving the government of the city back to the people in the following manner: First, should any vacancies occur in the offices of councilmen or mayor for any reason, a special election must be held, and these vacancies filled by the votes of the people, and not by appointments by the council as is the case under the old charter. Second, in the new charter, there is a civil service provision which clearly eliminates politics from civil service, making it completely autonomous. Third, there is an iniative and referendum provision in the new charter which provides that should the council adopt an ordinance which is not approved by the people, they may initiate a petition within ten days to force a city wide referendum on the issue. Fourth, the new charter contains a zoning and planning set-up which would bring about uniform zoning throughout the city, and would do away with the spot zoning perNOTMM R. lyeas missible under the old charter for "special interests". Fifth, the new charter provides for an "enlightened" recall procedure. Sixth, all in all, the new charter is a complete modernization of the old "archaic" charter provisions under which this city is now being operated.



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PAGE 2 C gABftgjjggglC JS^LJSgggjii CHARTER BOARD MEMBERS ISSUE STATEMENTS Fellow Citizens: The proposed revised charter published herewith is truly a peoples' charter You may not look with favor en every provision in it but. as i ci nstitutionsl document i sh it for the one ere.. si my opinion I if for no i Thirevised charter c •initiative and referendum vision which • by their vote, to initiate. superii r • %  any Icgislati n elected officials pfe the last word on any let tion passed by the ( William C. Hanford The proposed re\i>ed c^ represent] document beer. % %  % %  ai • .ich The chr ment and the i -. • %  • nu In revisim (he presenl out | eit) charter ths met* out problem m my mind • he Binds of my i es was %  \ irtfa Miami .. word on ill action taken by thi utcil. %  irter -il 1 %  We have worked diligently in preparing a revised charter that will give the government back to the people, where it belongs. 1 firmly believe that any individual sincerely interested in the welfare of our city, and not concerned with persona %  %  It h 'ur< : i in -• ar. Mrs. ffoAiuM c u ment. in its legal mnguagt involved for you, b • in it their %  prin ciple of equal repr enl ition is re hrough the reuVtr '• n %  tion Ed Creelman ^Mi^^H %  *M i tm^^^ ^B^^T W *' IS ^B A I want to thank the voters for this opportunity of being of sen ice to them. The Charter Revision Board DM worked faithfully and consci advantage. pl ~ wno ei^ed nun "under it each entiousiy to give you a workable June Allyson is the inspiration for a wonderful love tknj Universal-International's Technicolor production of Thol Miller Story, in which she is co-starred with lames The picture will have its world premier* at the Carib, and Miracle Theatres on Tuesday. January 19th. Mr., will appear in person on opening night will, without hesitation, vote to ap[-"ounciunan is responsible to the; charter that will give you the voice prove the proposed revised charp^g n tne particular district in your government that you from which he comes He can no should have in this enlightened longer "'pass the buck." age. As ter. There are a number of farreaching changes from the old charter which were adopted from Under the fc have the the model charter published by the ngh 0 yum tegislttI0I wnM n National Municipal League, a non-, t he Cnaxil canDot rrfuse t0 „, profit organization of nationwide prominence. Meter HI Park me, Survey MMN by Chairman nf the Board. I thank each member for the co-operi a tion they have given and trust upon; just as they can take action. that we. together with the voters, against any legislation the Council: w j|| help get this proposed revised While we did not expect to has enacted. i charter approved please everybody as individuals., Under this revised charter thei we did have the welfare of North! judge of our Municipal Court must Miami Beach collectively at heart be a practicing attorney and admitand our considerations and deliber^ t0 practice law in the State of \ ations were based on that thought Florida. With this revised charter as the These represent just a hasty ba.-is for f. S. Davidson block Mileage Maker Six — were .sis for your future government. I skimming 7^,1 g of JS 2&*^Jf SH ten' you. the people, will once again revisions the Board has adopted ^SXL t ^J71 SO* have a government for the people Be sure to attend the public and by the people. meeting and ask your question*. Clyde Haas (Mrs.) f ranees Robinson under development for the past six years," L. I). Crusoe, vice presi dent. Ford Motor Company and general manager of Ford Division, said. "It always has been Ford's policy to design and build engines that set the pact for years ahead Ford was the first to offer a V-8 engine in the low-price field, and although I the majority of expensive cars I joined the V-8 parade. Ford today la still the only car in its price ;J. A J P assen er cars, entirely new hardtop model with! c la "^ "> have V-8 power. ^ Ce V 0,hepUl innFord inN transparent plastic roof dealers showrooms all over the over the driving compartment a nation last week, feature the folNew Fords Feature Added Advances In Automotive Engineering and Design lowing Ford exclusives in the high volume field: smart new Ford Sunliner convertible with an unusual transparent plastic panel inserted in the top over the front seat to provide over "For 1954, Ford has perfected two new engines that are as far ahead in their fields as the original V-8 was m Its day They represent the greatest power advances since the original Ford V-8. And Uies An entirely new 130-h.p. Y-block a' 8 new 8i l %h i n h VSHS'JST' Sir "*£&' tm "* P^W kV'thTtansflt of Ford Maker Si! e^L ^ M Ieage I ?{* ***** M8iStS: *"•* hoW '" >•""<" more than .Matter Six engine, noted for econ1 brakes, power steering 4 wav i lti million v R anal. ?s wwchS ota it £ron< T" ?r--.!-•• wind; :s ^ 8 eng !" d uring %  sion which Ford engineers call the Fordomatic transmission I greatest advance in front suspen-The two new Fnrri ,.n„in<, V M Smead F r 1 Division genNew in Ford's station waqon line is this iqyr -1-^^ oU-stee: ^ on. offer ch*c' ^^SX£2^S^ Ioad 8 ^ CuS "-% 'oldholsteries which hcmnflSSIrJJ faSJ -StaTiSSlfS" tB ^^Z^l Ranch W Iribbed linoleum covers load space Y Twh Q d insulation deadZ wj Pl 8 C U P" WHITE PLAINS. NV Metered. off-street perking lots scattered strategically throughout its business section are credited wH bringing this city of 50.000 the highest per capita retail business of any city its sue in the United States TwethSRk of the city's shoppers cosae from the surround wg csHintrysxte. s recent Chamber of Commerce survey shows. Convenient, inexpensive parking has been a major magnet in attracting these buyers, businessmen I report. Experience of White Plains in successfully dealing with its parking problem was recently surveyed i hy the Hudson Dealers' National Parking Study Council, an organization of Hudson Motor Car Company dealers who are gathering material about the varying nieth block V-8 engine, with its deepblock construction, is of modern short stroke. low friction. high ; compression design It has a com pression ratio of 7 2 to 1 and is smoot her, quieter and gives more responsive power with greater economy and longer Ufa than last ngine. It rates 130 brake horsepower, up 20 horsepower over the 1953 I. head V 8 The new Iblock 110 hp Mile %  I* Maker S 1X also is a completelv modern h.ghcompress,„ n i„ w friction engine it rates 14 horseP?-*r more than the 1953 Ford Shi and, like the Y-block V-8 it is M 'rd.ng to Smead, the new and^easiest handling Ford ever volume field, the hsll-join. susPcnsion replaces the ,dder tvoe ;, '!" ^ up and down m men 0 the front wheels through "" %  ^ "Joints as the wheels travel —' ruufh sp,„s „r direction! -;;;-. as wheels turn right o "it in steering, JSdIX J '" n,s hav -Penally -•'-thev w,|| no. bind '' ut "f line and they are NT.ng-loaded they comtomsfiesH, for mn wear 1 "' Bed esetelp gas; ^Juno, mterior m "">'n s A„?; nl >"' '-ly: door s,l ,n ^ ,n >"'<' tw.. %  SSoSffiS m ^Jb BawSgSfls Wagon ht (urt0 n"ne lUnch eds SBSsd wf fsie dozen vet to setae the nations ffe 1( sKAO. taahility to park easflys, ss*y mhscing the vilt* m \y located city propsnm strangling retail trade, bat Hi a threat to continued sales whseh explains tbr of Hudson dealers, the plains. These studies so |sa that a dozen cities, appresdmjj problem in different wtyi found that solution of thar 1 ing problem is possible at able cost and that it pan L, dollars and cents dividends.Ail White Plains, many cities fodl parking lots are self liquidator IS Otter* Tax Retmrn Aid The United States fk has jpst issued the 1953 ednai its annual booklet. Your F Income Tax. and it is no* able at the district office of I US Department of Comment 1 Miami for just 25 cent* Included are an explanation who must file a return, when where, nontaxable income, tioaj and refunds, deductxatl ly exemptions, the type of to file, the substance of manyi ulationa based on recent tax I short articles on Internal Service rulings, repr court cases and numerom (ions often arising when ing tax returns, with answen According to Marion A Commerce Department manager in Miami, the bookW 1 been an annual government "* seller" for several years. IJ authored by the Internal Rei*| Service. f#e*I Aire Open* Svauan Here The luxury ocean front Bel**l Hotel opened the winter self here with a star studded a* and dance policy in uV M Bel Aire. newly decorated U"J dining room, according to J ^ lip Levant, managing directa^ the hotel. ^. Levant has signed Julio Tin" and his Latin Americas J^l Band for the season and wuJ ture a show and dance ptW' Wednesdays, Fridays and W^H Barry Hark, comic t" 11 !" ^,, junior Tommy Lyman *"'^JL with popular Jeanettc 1 '•>•** J "ff.rs songs at the P una £ a Hildegarde style, ShirleT'-V" with songs at the roving ml ~TA Charles Magner and his dsnoj a Latin American dance "*"; | J Pete Le Page is manager" I Bel Aire Cabana I'lub. JI sized pool, sundeck and recw "•**•


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K JANUARY 15. 1954 • JewlstithrMknn PAGE 3G LEGAL NOTICE hereby given that apacial [will ba held in tha City of liami Beach, Florida, from 7 k.M. until 7 o'clock P.M. on [February 15, 1984 for tha purTHE PROPOMtO RBVISED in OF TMaT CITY OF IAMI BEACH. PREPARED IE CHANTER REVISION PURSUANT TO THE TES OF THE STATE OF NOW IN EXISTENCE, TO i'APTER 1M OF THE FLORkTUTES. WHICH CHARTER I& THE PRESENT CHARTER IE CITY OF NORTH MIAMI AND PROVIDES FOR THE IlCTION AND POWERS OF ITY BE APPROVED AND %  O OR DISAPPROVED AND JOPTED. REVISED CHARTER IE CITY OF NORTH MIAMI DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE ARTICLE I )RPORATION FORM OF ,ERNMENT — POWERS [1 INCORPORATION J KdKJI Or' GOVERNMENT [3. POWERS <>r" CITY 1. INCORPORATION: The ts of the City of NORTH It EACH, within the corporapltM as now established or us ft. 1 established In the manner bj law, shall continue to be [.,11..I body politic imil corporate %  tulty, under the name of the OK NORTH MIAMI BBACH", ri.'.,ilal boundaries of which %  followa: t the Southweat coiner of 1 II, Township 52 Mouth. 12 Kast, run Northerly alonK -t line of the above mentionkctlon t" tlie East lloumlary uf the Florida I last Coast Kail1 hence meandering Ihla said Ight-of-Way line lo the Mouth Section I8-52-4Z; Thence prh along 'be Month line of 1 16-52-42 anil .Section 17-52-42 Southwell coiner of hectlon 4.' Thence Northerly alone; the I,ne of said Section 17 to the line of the N't "I the NK 1 M-:\ .it the SK.' of Meciion 142; Thence Westerly along the [.South line to the Weat line k, \-i. ,,' the NnTU of iiic ,.: the Si: 1 of Section 18-52rhenee Northerly along said line to the Mouth line of )WS of the NKV4 of the ,: Section le-M-fsj Thence |rlv alonic said South line to eat line ol Hie MF. 1 of the of the SB'J of the HEV of n 18-52-42: Thence Northerly mid Weat I.nto the Mouth the SW'i of the SW'4 of the of the Mi:', "f Section 18-T.2fhence WeaterljT 'alone; aald line 1 1 the West line of the pf the ST.', of Section 18-32-42. • Northerly along the Weat the K', "f the MK 1 and the [line of ih K'l "f tb* NK^4 of 18-52-1:' t.i th-Smith line of 7-52-42: Theme Westerly hhe South line of Section 7-'.2the South 111 f Section 1Jo the Weat line of the HKV, SIV. • %  ( Section 12-52-11: Northerly atone; the said line tn the North line of the of the SW'i of Kectlon 12-52[Thellre Masterly along aald line ami continuing along the line of the S\V' of the HKV, 1U..11 12-52-41 to the Weat line 84 of the NEV, of the MK 1 itlon 12-52-41: Thence NortherJoiiK the kld West" line to the Ih Qne of the S'i of the NEV Ihe SK'. ..f Section 12-52-41; Kaaterly along aald North the Weal line of Bect l OP ^42. Thence Northerly along the Una "f Section 7-52-42 to the h of the SVV. of Section ,42 Thence Kaaterly along aald line to Ihe Kaat Ifhe of the of Section 7-52-42: Thence erl) along ~.,i-l Kaat line to the ll. line of tlie S'j of the HW', NWV, of the SK', of Section k42; Thence Ivislcrly along said l)i line to the Kaat line of the of the S\V, of the NWV4 of the f Section 7-52-42: Thence Eherl) along aald Kaat line to North line of the MWV4 of the of Section 7-.".2-2; Thence 1 rly along said North line to Kaat line of the WV4 of the K". [tin REV, of Section 7-32-42. ii e Houtherly along aald Kast to the North line of Section 42: Thence Kaaterly along the in line of Meet ion is.:.*.42 and 1 17-51-42 lo the l-Uat line of M.', of the NW 1 of Section I 12 Thence Southerly along Kast line to the North line of • • Of the N4 of Section 17-52Thence Kaaterly along aald r"i hue to the Weat line of the of the NW, of the NK', pf o I7-.',_-42; Thence Northerly UK wild Went line and continuing ng the Went line of the SK'. of SW Vi of the HE4 of Section 42 to the South line of the of the RWVj of the MK'. of lion 1-52-42; Theuca Weaterly "> % %  said Month line to the Weat "f the HKV, of Section 8-52-42; trice Northerly along aald West to the South line of the NK 1 the NE* of the WtyVi of Reckon %  Ui Thence Westerly a Mas Maid nth Use to .the-Weat tane ui the (V* of the plica Kg, aald 1 sw V at* the SKKi of the or tha MWV, of Section 4-32-41'. 1 hence Southerly along the Kaat lln; of the MWV. of Section 4-^l' and the Bast line of rhe N\ V I. .,, Meet ion 8-52-42 to the North Hue of the MK 1 of Section S-Sz-fi, Therice %  rl> nkm* Kfcld Norm line t., KS|"' e "f Meotton 'herjfe .*>trtaHT.along the East maf sect inn ffSf.tt and the RUM line of Hectlon 18-52-42 in the South IIIM of the NH of the NEV* of Bei turn ls-52-42; Thence Weaterly along a|d Month ||, w i„ lt ,„,,,. %  ax lion with Ihe Baal Right -of-wai line of Federal lilghwav No I Thence Southwttaterll ulong the Baal Kight-of-way line of Federal Hlxli i. No. 1. l.'.ii.4.". teet. in.,re or leaa, to a iMiInt; Thence South.n~t.iiv „t an uigle of 73" 03' 15" to the left with the prevloat couree is3 7:1 feel more or leaa, to a point in a line 4ii feet North of and parallel to the South line uf the NU of the NK', ,.f the HWS of the NK 1 of Section 16-52-42; Thence Kaaterly ami parallel to said Mouth line IHC.K4 feet more or lean. Thence Southerly 101.21 feel "i or leaa; Thence Westerly parallel to and 160 feet Mouth of the Mouth line of the N"/, of the NK 1 of the HW 1 ', of the NK 1 ', of Section 18-52-42, S75.3 feet to the Kast Right-of-way line of Federal Highway No. 1; Thence Sotithwcsterlv along aald Hlght-of-Wav 540.12 feet to the North line of the MK 1 of the SW4 'if the eW% of the NK 1 ol Beet Ton 16-32-42; Thence Kaaterly 2IM> feet more or less to the Baal line of the WM of the Wy, of the Kyi of Section 16-52-42; Thence Southerly along said Kast line to the South line of the NWV •>( the NWS of the nil of Section 18-52-42; Thence Westerly along aald South line to the West line of the SK 1 of Hectlon 16-52-42. Theme Northerly along aald Weat line to its Interaction with the Kaat RIght-of-Way line of the Florida Baal Coaat Kailr 1. Thence Southwesterly along aald Kaat ltighl-of-Way line to the Interaectlon of the projection of the North line of l-,t 5. Block 1, Blaca> tie lloulevard Muhdlvlalon tine, according to the plat thereof recorded In plat hook 40 at page 4 of the public lecordaof Ihi-le Conntv. Florida; Thence Easterly along aaid prolection and the North line of Lot I, lllock I, aforeaaid subdivision, to the West RIght-of-Way line of Pectoral Highway, No. 1; Thenee .Southwestrl) along aald RIght-of-Way to the South line of lot 4. Mock 1. aforesaid auhdlvlsloii. Thence Weaterly along said Mouth line of Lot 4 and projection thereof to the Intersection with the Kaat RIght-of-Way line Of the Florida Kaat Coaat Rallrqad; Thence Southwesterly along aald RIght-of-Way to interaectlon of the projection of the North line of lot I. Mock 1, aforeaaid aubdivi-ion; Theme Baeterly along Mild projection and the North line of I-ot 1. to the Weat RIght-of-Way line of Federal Highway No. 1; Thence Southwesterly along the Weat • line of aald RIght-of-Way to the Mouth hue of Lot 1. lllock 2, aforeaaid subdivision; Thence Weaterly along the South line of I>d I, Block 2. aforesaid subdlvlaloii to the Weat line of Lot I, lilock 2, aforesaid aubdlvlaion, h. -i.ee Muuthwealerly along the 'eat Tine of lA>tn 2 and 3, Block 2. aforesaid aubdivlalon. to the North line of lot 4. Block -, aforeaaid aubdivlsion; Thence Kaaterly along the North line of Lot 4 to the We.-t Rlghl-of-Wav line of Federal Highu.i. No. 1; Thence Southwesterly along said West RIght-of-Way line to the South line of lx>t 5, Block 2. (aforesaid subdivision; Thence Westerlyalong aald South line to the Vest line "f Ul >, Block -'. aforesaid subdivision: Thence Soulhweaterly along the West line of 1-ot 6, Block 2. aforeaaid subdivision to the North line of the S'i of the NK 1 of the NWV, of Hectlon 21'2-lL' Thence Kaaterly along aald Ninth line to the Kaat line of the NVS ', pf Meet ion 21-52-42; Thence Southerly along said Kast line to the center of Hectlon 21-52-42, Thence Westerly along the Mouth line of the NW %  Of .Section 21-32-42 to the Kast Rlghlof-Wav line of Feilera! HighwayNo 1; Thence Mouthwesterly along said Kast Right-of-Way line to a point 206 66 feet, aald point being %  feet measured Northeasterly along aald Rojrht-of-Wajr line from the Southwest corner of l-ot 1-. Amended I'lat <.r It. E. McDonald Mubdlvlslon according 10 the plat thereof reciuHleil in I'lht Hook 2. at page 22, of the I'ul.lic Records of jiade County, Hoi Ida: Thence Easterly and parallel to the Mouth line of the NW'. of Section ll-M^Sfor LEGAL NOTICE Thence H distance of H91.2 feet; Southwesterly and parallel to the la.st Hight-of-Way line of Kederal lllvhwav No 1. 482.26 feet to the South Un..-of the fSff of the SW* NWi. of Section 15-52-42 to the Weal Bank of the Oleta River. Thence Southwesterly ami uieanoering with Oleta River to a point on the Northwesterly bank of -aid river 400 feet Weat of the Kaat line of-the SW-j of Seclion i.-..u. The Northerly and parallel to rhe said Kasi fine of U>< swi, ro the Mouth line Uf trie NW 1 or Kectlon l5-sl-4t; Anlthi Polnl Of Beginning. Begin al the Northwest mi nei of the s\\'i, ,,t section 8-52-42; Thence inn baaterlj aloni tha North line of the S\\ % %  to the Kaat Hue of tlie Wys of ihNK', .,r the .NAN ol the swi, of Section 8-52-42; Thence Southerly along said Kast line to the South line of Ihe NVv of the NWV, of the swi, of section 8-52-42; Thence Westerly along aald South line to tha West line of hectlon 8-52-42; Thence Northerly along said West line to the Northwest corner of the SWi, of Section 8-51-42; And the Point of Beginning. Section 2 FORM OF GOVERN. WENT: That the tjovernment of said City shall be vested in a Mayor, and City Council, and the Oovernmeni of said City shall be c.i n led on by the following oftlceis, lo-wit. MAYOR CITY COl'NCIL MUNICIPAL .IIIK'.i: 'ITY ATTORNKY CITY CLKRK CITY TAX ASSESSOR CITY TAX COLLKCTOR I'ITY AI'IHTOR That all persons who hold office In tlie City of North Miami Beach by virtue of an election by the people, or an ele, iion by the City Council, or, who are appointed to any City office, whether herein designated or prescribed by ordinance pursuant to the provisions hereof, shall lie held and deemed to be City officers of the City of North Miami Beach. Section 3. POWERS OF CITY: The City shall have all the powers granted lo a municipal corporation and to cities by the Constitution and Oeneral Laws of this State, together with all Implied powers, neceaaary to cai rv into execution all powers granted. The city may acquire property within or without ita corporate limits for any City purposes, in fan simple, or any lesser interest or estate by purchase, gift, devise, lease or condemnation, and may sell, lease, mortgage, hold, manage and control such proportj as its Interests may require; and. except as prohibited by the Constitution of this Mate or restrictions of this Charter. the City shall and may • municipal powers, functions, rights, privileges and immunities to evep name and nature whatsoever. The hereinafter enumerated particular IMiwera in thia Chartee shall not he deemed to be exclusive, and In addition to the powers enumerated herein or implied hereby, or appropriate to the exercise of such powers, it Is Intended that the City shall have and may exercise all powers which, under the Constitution of this State, it would be competent for this Charier specifically to enumerate. ENUMERATED POWERS OF THE CITY: The said City shall have and Is granted the rights and powers (1) To establish, hy out. open, grade, pave, curb, widen, maintain. and keep clean and aanltary, and otherwise Improve and to abandon or vacate streets, alleys, bridges, sidewalks, parks, parkways, promenades and other public places and ways: (3) To require any and all wires, regulate travel, trade and traffic In, over or upon any or all such ways including the power to regulate the weight, equipment. operation and speed of enginea. traina. motor, and other vehicles operating in or through (3) Torequlre any and all wires pipes and other facilities to be placed and maintained underground: (4) To require carriers to install and maintain at their expense adequate warning lights, gates and signals, or watchmen, whendeemed necessary; ,. (5) To exercise all powers, the Object of which is to promote the public health, safely, public morals, and public welfare; and no Ordinances enacted hereunder shall be held to be \ (PI (13) LEGAL NOTICE Ui to .the -west one UJ toe heNEVi of the 8T5 pf -52-48; Thence Northerly I Wc-H Una to. the f*>iih of the NUTV, ol fcaotkss 8.iX>42 i'. VWerjy gloa* awld So^h to the *• HaTjt the-JKMf W V. of the Nl".Vi of the NW> itlnn *-38-41; Thanoe Northerly aald Wett line to the Roulh eterbj. alonga*id .South Uae_to 'the Wm\L of th* NWV, of Section 42,; Thamc2*ortttnrty. along add One to The aVoMth.ltjae of the an Iof \he NWV of Section „ Thence Wenterty aWng eajd 'h line to tka> West Wee of M*c' 8;&2:of ihe &'W of thf,K>i 'he NBV, of Hectlon 7-58-42: Weaterly along aad South to the West line of tbe.NfcS nf NV of th> NE4 of Sea-tlvn T.5JTneae*. Nrtherly along aald [eat line to th, NorOr Unr of He*.>n 7-52-42: Thence Easterly along North line of Sections 7. 8 and V2-42 to the Wast line of the SEVi the MWV, pf the SWV4 of Hectlon }}•** %  Thance Northerly along aald n ^line to the North Ua f r j£,'*} atmg s,id KaaV line "... Jbe Soulh line of the NW>, of the SK 1 of the NK>, of the SW\ of Section 21 j2,2; 'Thence Westerly along "!' Mouth line to the East line f he SK'. of the SWVi of^the NEV4 of the KW4 of Section 21-^2-42. aald line Mnl al* 1 the Eajt line of Ln St. Amended lUt of R. E M. oonald Hubdlvlalon. •/^"nia ItlSk Plat thereof, rececded In rial utTO" X at Bdgeli of the Public Records f*ju£herly along aa4d K the North Ilna of t^>t t Thenc anbdlvlslon: along the Kaat Rue* ^ld %  tnibdlvialon %  ,.— nn.7rt, Miie of lAt 2. •forVaaild e %  Vi of the gy; of the "Ion 4.JJ-82 Vhe nee Kaaterly 15*2^2^ The'nne .Northerlyan of Section aald feet; ^^&hSUVZ m censes, excise, privilege and regulatory or revenue taxes In general by levy and sale under a collector s warrant, or property used In the business, profession or occupation by the person, firm or corporation, subject to such tax or exclae. such levy and sale to be made In such manner and after %  urh notice aa the Council may pre(18)' To license upon such terms and conditions aa the Council may. from time to lime determine, the aale of eulrMoue. vlnooe and malt liquors ..ml prohibit the eah^ thereof > %  %  "•• C '!r.) To Impose and collect special taxes and aeaeaa m an t e ton. ateeet lmpsraveanenta. eolaaefl.MS of. garbaay. 1'arks I'laygrounds -on courses Athletic and recreational fields Parking lots Public labrary (according to the provisions of the Oeneral LOWS, as conlaincd in Section-. 167.3D to 18740. Inclushii, of I-'lorIda Statutes i To enact Ordinance* defining ofi.-iises against the City and to i mil' the punishment therefore, but 111 such cases the maximum fine to be impoaed shall not exceed Kive Hundred tj.'.ini) Doilnra, and Imprlaottmeni %  hall not exc i SIM> ($t>i daya, or both: i I |i To levy, assess and collect such general an I special taxes on property, real or personal or both. within the City, and such special gg seeantent for special oi local Improvemeiils, and such excise and privilege taxes as shall be lawful for carrying oul Ih*' purpi,se and powers of the City, and pro\ ided that no taxes m excess of two I'.'| mills shall be levied for Ihe lieneflt of a public library: (1"<) To levy, asses and collect taxes, and to borrow money, within the limits prescribed by general law: and to levy and collect special assessments tor benefits conferred: (16) To furnish all local public services; to purchase, hire, construct, own. maintain and operate or lease local public utilities, to acquire by < onilemnation or otherwise, within or without the corporate limit* proportj necessary for any such pur|Ms.-s. subject to the restrictions imposed by general law for the protection of other communities; and to grant local public utility franchises and to regulate the exercise thereof; (171 To make local public Improvements and to acquire by condemnation or otherwise, property within or without its cor|M>rate limits necessary for such lmpro\ements. and also to acquire an excess over lhat needed for any such improvement, and to sell or lease excess property with restrictions in order to protect and preserve the improvement; (18) To Issue and sell bonds on Ihe security, In whole or In part, or any such excess property, or of such ex cess property, or of any ptibHc utility owned b) the city, or of the revenue thereof, or of both. Including the case of a public utility. If deemed desirable by the City, a franchise stating tli terms upon which, in cae of foreclosure, the purchaser may operat such utility. (19) To organise and administer public libraries subject to the Oeneral Laws. Ciii) To adpot and enforce within their limits, local police sanitary and other similar regulations not in conflict with the Oeneral I.iu(21) To provide for slum clearance and the rehabilitation of blighted areai and gifts of money or property Or loans Of money or credit for -nch purposes shall le deemed to be a City purpose: (221 To provide safe nnd sanitary housing to families of low Income and for recreational and other facilities incidental or appurtenant thereto; and e.ifts of money or property or loans of money or credit for such housing shall be deemed to be for a City purpose, s ARTICLE II THE COUNCIL; THE MAYOR Section 1. Number, selection and term Qualifications Salary Titular head—The Mayor Powers and duties of the Mai or Vacancies in office of the Ma) or 1'owers of Council Vacancies In Council Induction of Council Into office. Meetingof Council Council to he Judge of qualifications of its members Rules of Procedure; Journal Ordinances Procedure for passage of Ordinances; first reading Mecond reading and public lira I Mis Further consideration: final passage Publication of Ordinances after final passage, permissive referendum Emergency Ordinances Section 1. NUMBER, SELECTION ANO TERM: The Council shall have five (5) members elected for a term of four years each, provided, however, that election of councllmen shnll be staggered, to-wlt: Two (2) councllmen shall stand for election simultaneously In Mayoralty election years; remaining three (8) councllmen on alternate election years; and. provided, that each city councilman shall be a resident within the boundary lines of the Districts hereafter designated and shall reside within the Dtatrict from which he is elected; and further that only one councilman shall be elected from each District by the voters of that District. Section 2. QUALIFICATIONS: Councllmen shall be qualified electors of the city and ahatl hold no other public office except that of Notary Public, or member of the National Ouard. Naval or Military Reserve. If a councilman shall cease to possess-any of !*• %  qualificatlona, or shall be toovtctedof a crime involving moral-turhia office shall Immediately vaeant ,HiaV8>:. The aeantial • cpsmrihatow etaaU.be-4tawd.hy eoa hut shall not be io i'i ana u d r the current term of cauncilme endh .Increase.F.C* City chunUfy persons,rnatdair-ae locations or the aaneeamen* of %  ^if"? •;•"?£' ciai •aseawmenta, provided.that, the rates of auch taxes engwetal seesawmenu %  shall be -uniformand •Seat againstall perssneaaat pree*e*te in. the respeottve claaaaa and -n*der uh~ atantiaRy the earns c4ooumatsmoee> (12) to acquire, -epe tnt a, mor4iage. leaae, aell. or otherwUae disp os e of all kinds of public Improvements, ^snvanlencea, and faciliMee. Including: (a> 2anttary and storm sewers Ik) A water ayatsm • tc) Mrs prevention and extinguishing equipment ,," „.. KaHlllies lorfurnishing light, power, heat and -refrigeration (to the inhabitsnta) either by electrk-itv, ga*. or otiie* means llulldinga foe City of North Miami Beach Offices and Administration (f) Public Markets (g) Incinerators (hi Dumping grounds (I) Auditorium (J) Amphitheatres id) (e) i. 4. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 18. 17 pttuds. Si er n e < i*ssn 4. TITULAS HMD, TMC ksat V OW i The Mayor S*BJ he reissgaased an the tssutar head or fa4J3try hall he ejected.from time to time to the City Council fof the enactment of auch laws or the adoption of auch rules and regulations lor the government of the various City. l>epartments as will. In his Judgment, best promote the interests of the City, and shall do and perform all duties Imposed upon liliu by Ordinance! of the City and by Ibis t-'hartcgr %  ''•' • (g) to appoint, confirmed by the (ity Council, when the Council shall deem such officer advisable, a City Auditor or Comptroller, whose powers and duties snail be such as are now, or may hereafter be fixed bj ordinance and by this Charter, and shall submit to the City Council whenever required], a full and complete staternenl of all receipts and disbursements of the City's last Financial Statement: and shall also prepare and submit to each member of the City Council at the second regular meeting In each month a statement showing the amount of the expenses of each City Department for the preceding month, together with th,amount allowed to each department when the Annual Budget was made. (h) To act on all Ordinances passed by the City Council and which shall be submitted before going into ef fact to the Mayor, or the Acting Mayor, for his approval; If approved, he shall sign the same and return it to the City Clerk: if disapproved, return aame with hia objections in Writing, to the City Council at its next tegular meeting, who ahnll cause the aame to be entered In full upon Its records of their proceedings, with the Mayor's objections thereto, and pass upon the same, if upon consideration the City Council shall pass said Ordinance by a fourfifths (4/5) majority vote, whiclf vote shall be entered upon the records, such Ordinance shall then become law, the Mayor*! vote to thff (ontrary notwithstanding. Any Ordinance which shall not be returned to the (ity Council at the ne-regular meeting after Ita passage,' with a> written veto, shall become a law in like manner as If approved by th Mayor or Acting Mayor. 8ection 8.VACANCIES IN OFFI ill-' .MA Volt: The President of-the' Council, during the absence or disa-billty of the Mayor, shall act as su To provide for the t a as blia hnaent of %  wn n s f wr h a) and.-aM other pashta ne ea aaaxy 8r. tha. City •nnd may snake .lintran— sw la trng to the same, ami we w aeea rt n e enme for power tc cim-iudicj granted to the CUM Reach under thtd with all ImplieVj '^s'tV's.'rlwERJ Alt OSJTIKg ^er. Tsta .MAVOIt. TM' dtttfan and powere of the Mayor shall be: (al to eae that aU Ordlaanc*-ol the said < Ity are -faJtadhjbr etacutedr (b) to appoint' a Municipal Judge. (c) to appoint, with.the consent of the City CooncU, a 4Tler of Police, arho ahall hold office at the piesaure of tha Mayer and the City Council, and whose powers snd duties shall be such aa are now. -or may hereafter, befixed by Ordinance, and by this Charter. •• (d to bid In all property for the City at any and all Judicial sale or sales under process of law. where the City la a party. (e) to sign all deeds, contract!, bonds or other Instruments In wrlt. lng to which the City is a part, when authorised to do so by Ordinance or Resolution of the City Council. (f) To make recommendations from the e pua tkro and sgshirsslance of aaass. %  >-"-C-..8T (7) To grant l awn *, ipal franchise* to -tfnnaiportaUaa.' I ll igIHI and teJe: vtslr Te re g isa xia the speed a*which -•spent hfiota ee railways ahall run in Ms-Ctty.Ulmlta. () To license* control ass* r eg ula te i salillisSji, b a i an esaa. occopattons and profeaaioaa carried oa and efigaged In-within the City tenets, and th* satouala of aueh licenses and taxes shall be freed by <1ty *>rdinencee watchamount of aaid taaea-ehaU not he de p e ndent upon a general state revenue law. and, theCUy Council may charge license fees of not exceeding Five Hundred


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r f • "PAGE 4'C LEGAL NOTICE enforce such Ordinances by fine or .. 1; .,. y both fm* ana Imprisonment LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE .„.t> M % %  • %  l*. h.-fl CONSIDERLEGAL NOTICI • flrr date f P"tlng. • which .,'„ %  •„ oill hold public hcaiina "Ucfon 5. PUBL.C HEARINO ON BLDGET. At th.time and plnca ao ... i .., >l any time and |ikn ;.. which such public hearing, .hull. %  e same nol Out %  %  %  T • %  • • 1.1) 1 SI T %  .... %  %  • %  teai • • ploj I i.... i.i do *: I %  Ms to Ity I Ithi.ut cunjun. %  %  %  %  %  • %  er the i %  %  %  %  %  II .' %  To • time thi %  %  %  occupant* to com era an • .. •• • • %  %  %  promot. ih. health, well • • uppi ess all bawd> i %  derl) hi i isei.: and ai phowg, contrai t" K<> id nd suppress all obsc. nd lit. • _.. prevent th< lai tur.-s danger. of flre-arn t: to regulate the ai %  t KUIIpowder, tar, pli ill -;.. %  %  oil, k.-i osene. i I i r other comb tatlb • •• oi li flammable mat) i late i • %  • %  isa ol I ht i indies, limps and •'• blea, ahopi and places ol to r. it.;...'. |. %  'i' 1 twe of I • 121) To Inspection • •( b< i :'J. To regu I lutter, and lard I • a • %  • • • %  .. %  nd '.•%  %  %  i23) 1 the ll rei i tlon • • II ; nd ace wl ., tliei thi II propel • in • .,. %  fame ma> be r< provldi the el i losing, Improving nd regul ition ol elonglnx to thi electric < Ml %  %  Beet 6 PUBLICATION Of OR NANCES AFTER FINAL PASSAGE PERViSSiVE REFERENDLM • %  • %  • %  MCV ORDII Me till.-, ilc• admlnlatra%  i ,. Boforsj In%  II must N M mg naturi of ih.proposed III and place. rivi I I dan iftet poa1 1 I Hi. il ill hold II • "" Vet.on T ADOPTION OF BUDGET: r h.-m ing thi i "nun.-. or 111 tin.nut in .I.I I.-. it,. p. -.1 Sntli ... ( ,r tn a gat•• It "hall I i i pendl %  fl froi cells neou* ceding I nth. "uat.-i. .. (dl Itcelpt. du **3l ka %  sag ,'•';•" %  *. J I rr. '''"''•eVslj ,"•"•• ii ft* 11,( (* "'"< 'he i yr f,..„, against Which • has I •. „£ eral proMrt, ,., v ,'J^ HUH rtl.l to be .. b which the .•„. \V' ,U-_ fjj fn.m tax-. ^ jhamooal 'I felture.. pen.,..,, ,--...^"aMeannenlii a ,„l ,. | J !" "} l_ i. % %  iirilna ROUT 'P^ilJ ENUtS FROM MUNICIPAL UTu. OTHER PUBLIC SERViCa T PRIM: The ,„,:„ r.Td'^i 'ti I %  er thi %  %  ted -' a it era a I %  nv parl thereof with ai %  • %  ror the exei %  %  "•' renali nd exti th I'.i.'%  if the cost ol %  %  ent I II .. • %  %  %  ten %  I ,. |.. • ervlci %  v. • an. %  Inn • %  S-tcACANCIM IN COUNClL %  e fill. rit'LF I "f t'uI'bnrl. 11. It. IS 11 %  11 Sot lei of %  %  Vote n • • loptloi • | %  %  ;.r... %  '" !•• '• %  ed i. n -. %  t iv.Tit nuthot %  -,,L:.-: ••II pport%  • %  %  %  %  %  %  rani % %  17.. i I Section 11. BUDGET ESTABLISH. ES APPROPRIATIONS: IV.in I 111 of thi I'll it. thMl |.r..• dlt in ahall be and bropi led to tMr jecU Section 12 BUDGET ESTABLISH. ES AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BV PROPERTY TAX; CERTIFICATION TO TAXING AUTHORITY K:..,,, the lati of the I. idert. the amount "tated therein an th. ..mount %  IIM •! b) propa %  l) t.,\ .hn of th.amount f-r thpun. •' -iM.niUnit 1*1 •, \ op] idwel M rina nt .^.tl %  • I by thr M.,. %  a-lth thi • v • nut} Ii ahall i„. t f..r th.I i • of levy in tM., %  i %  %  %  %  UnaSection 13 BUDGET MKtirr CURRENT OPERATIONS r""^' •' • %  -•-•• ibn "... • • II and % I.AII ln %  ..ii. ii,. %  i '4 BUDGET Mrccicr %  A. 0 '. 1 %  pr.|H..^l ex|>eii or <>thr ,. ihl owned .„ oai Iet..l.,l In ., i.ii.lr.t tea. M I.. ., h „._ HI ..nil. 11... T %  -I.iteil an .,„ !•• Ill the I, !,.,. | Section 23 MISCE LL ANEAiia ENUE; MtASURE Or t & No n %  m %  t'..l.1 I. -v. II 1. %  %  from tinAm DC I reallaod In tM. • lit flM'Al %  of thi•" may I.. unl< nothat the taut the Tit Kill I .. W.I-J caah during thr budget naT • hall .-rtifi miaiiai' writing to tM. i ,, Section 24. MISCELLANEOUS, ENUES; RECEIPTS FROM Iff ASSESSMENTS: R. • oil. ,-tioti of n C opaj l> epei lall\ |.. i auted In an an of the amour. derived which It Meal %  I •! thi thai | • %  ..-.I M'ed kttti nt whi'i || irf tv "timaWt %  %  %  ^ i.li-.I •hall M. -lit fOI H of nv. II ddltlon ••• th.it the penalty enforced exceed Impi laon%  • %  %  or .-. fine ndred (.i Dollan In the po Section 11 JOURNAL: mine It* own rules %  %  II ahall keei and tii • publli Inn RULESOFPROCEDURE Hi' ouncll shall ,i,-,,.. in.I a Joun lournal ahi ... %  .,,11. i %  nd v %  %  'tine %  Id .'in. .,,,,1 I0 ,.., I, ''''•• "" na regulations for he "••ctlon and repair of build' '"'V", • ; '" 1 ,Vv Tl 'Cltv .•,„, ,-ii a", %  % %  Pa. i, ordinane. "' %  %  '" i arj t %  oteel and ore. % wrvg ra .. id order upon :,li \\!,\,. •ether L wlt !,'NotlV : ''" '"' %  %  I.......,, % %  • ir •• % %  thi. •..hnii p-R,'T; r Ti i.u,i NO r" th f %  • Tl ba held In rash on th.fir; an" the budget year Section 25 MISCELL*NEl REVENUES: FROM NEW SOU*. No revenue from a'new ami previously etalrd In tag bassitl l~Included unle>. the fcUvr i determine thnt th.f...-ta rltarh t rant the expectatloi, DMI aucki will lie actually realised In riakl lug the budget year in the atated and shall Fortify *ach. atlnn In suiting to tM..'ouscil new revenue ha to \~ reeeired I the Htate, the anticipated shall not exceed the jreoun! the |>ro|ier offl.-e ..( t i,e M> I declare In writing to lw the which may rensonaMU be aau in the budget year Section 2*. PROPOSED E< DITURES: The pro|ioaed ex • hall be tterAlsed in ... h fnnr I such extent gs fhall Me pp'iiWI law, and In the abaci of aicil vision, bv regulation.-•ixhlrahslj • TO e Sep.. i i-. i Mi.te.t In th.M Igi • fur at I I.I i Ift.-i oat ;,IT • • %  .n. aMI "tlon ihatre. I hi. h the fa MM redlt | pl.ds.-il i I, i i l|| i. i The |uiym. %  • .'II The amount h it a of mli In the IMT-I I failed t., e>|iial t 1 • total J budget estimate. %  thalj \ n amount equil to th' ajM gate of nil taxe. I. I f"r •! OJ fiscal year prmi the htK^H which are rlelln.|u. T • md %  Ing on the nth dsi prW "J lieglnnlng of the budget year.i to the extent th. City isT made pn.\-|slon therefor by Ing the full amount of at Tient tax. • 'f i An amount eou-i' "* gate of all rancellatl.ns, rersa abfttemonta and refunds of that have been made durlaflat 1 rent fiscal year (a") An amount enusl tn la tta*o of all special w-sitcei It la oa M atisted %  *r' standing at the end of the i yoar rn antlritiatlon of the i of roranuea other th.in tae 1 tax fhl An amount equal to aaj gate faf all amerren. i notes r l estimated wni b. miurtagaWI the end of the current T**' j| (It If the f'ltv Is reipMred '' %  "' un the deficit arlslnc fro"" '" ntlons of utllltv or .ither service entemrises an aaanB< •o the deficit from %  : "fJTl during the last ron"-b-ted f*^ anaratelistated f.>' other piilillc Brrtce •' ,r P"*U anpears In a ae|iarste % % %  ^^ the budrrt as| (|) Administration r maintenance of es.-h ~„M ment or Aeencv of '' ,,,-J.I chsractar and objeel "f ""^ Inraj si fki r-onilngent *"" n, '„,„, afl am t rot m.c than !\JM centum of the ...ii' """'!, J^B %  unt to Mia. I n IJi ^-' *l"n. ..a nn tal down i.vie.ent on %  %  '•"'! j M aa required br He.-tlon I Ar1M. .war"'*'I % IIRB-. r. n M p i*^ „jew| OTHPR Ve-ARA: In t>-">~> el nnmualta the eevenal I""" ^,| M •wxaed exnondltures. th-' ^ gall "laced He atnount if .-ra ^..iai| '•> •• taods-t of lb>•'—^' 'Iscal rear, the aaaaone' "' s'-tualtaesn-nded daring t— „, •hameji-fat of a-ch asrr* "".^ I >".* of !> %  nitre"' T'l +mt •"( e-eiaallr •gP'"'**".'"^-. -Jl -ni ^i",;. -: Z.ZSS? & r ^--' her eVr the prerMaraasT ijaaaiZ. aaajro? nor eT-^w L?'„' A-tl.-.e Se-t.on 11 llh ion : of llh ••.. BUnr.FT SUPPORT, NO icnioin Ji*** Aae re shall he hedlll. material. | n nt.C '•Ito I I -n,,.. e> %  *NT,r,PATr <•• '1 ti ""loae rfmal



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r, JANUARY 15, 1954 •Jcwisii-rhrktamn PAGE 5C LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE i nt fiscal year estimated as \ as may be. "88. DOWN PAYMENTS ON fi_ PROJECTS: I'lnler tin(pi Itlnn of '*L>uwn r.ivinents on oje< if-" as I 11 "'• "'•'' '" sub(1 ) ill Si i lion 2>>' (if tills At %  hall he separately stat< d in li capital Project for which p., liil that bonds will Inaudiiiuig 'I'*' budget year. B ||i li is not leaa than five j i< i |um of III'' a mount of bonds to i rot iii.ii project. Vot of down imymmtn all st I kin.-ills expected to he partly \,\ the Issuance of bondi fill. budget year, may bo oon> i single project, ao, also may iaed extensions of the water mid likewise all extensions of i lystsm. Such an approprlaH down payment shall not he li.-fore the issuance of bonds knee any capital expenditure the result of flic, flood or Js.iM.-i. or which Is for a City operated utility or other PI vice enterprise, or which la ,i in part. In cash, labor or ., by any agency or the Oovof the 1'nlted States of or of this State. I 29. BUDGET SUMMARY: [head of the budget there (hall a nummary of the budget. need not be Itemised further pi nuipal sources of antlclyevenue statingseparately the t.i lie raised by property tax. departments and kinds of exIn such manner as to presths taxpayers a simple anil luminary of the detailed estlCil the budget ARTICLE IV. GROWING FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS I let lllillollS spltal lmpmv .imiits; for the • ilj -at-u, g< for i>.-I nts I ,.A i .n jr ili.icbte.l,,. I llilng !•• ..no • i Ordinance; vote '••., .n • i i .., in .iii.i %  •nt* nt oi Bond i num. ..i Bond Ordinance; %  Ion %  nd I-III when A, .,1 III Ul I |.l "j, I IS .11 • ',• %  '1 i .,i III ami i ''int. ul.average pet "i .I.I, ..in pi lion aiiei final passage i i. ii.ni on Bond ->l dlii. • dale of I Bond i irdlnance No lUmii iiidinance to he paused unless appropriation in.ule lor down payment Down puwiuiiit not reiiuir.ii ii certain cases Authorisation of notes In anticipation ul Homis. Maturity oth.r proceedings by, lteiolution All bonds paid In annual Installments Klrst aiiiiu.il Installment Last annual Installment Period of is.-!illness coin] putsd from date of passage Period of usefulness 1'ctef minatlou of period of usefulness I %  • terrniii.it IOII of Council coin hi l'ublir sale Short period of limitations 1'ayment of Honda and Notes 1. DEFINITION*: As used i'barter. "Capital l'rojrct" in I have n ii a ns (any physical nubile betterment pruvement and any preliminary uoui surveys relative thereto, [the acquisition ol property of a i nt nature: laud the purchase of equipment k> publubetterment or improveI when first erected or acquired. iton 2. CAPITAL IMPROVE rs: FOR THE CITY AT LARGE; [DISTRICTS; REQUIREMENTS: iiiniclpal improvement* shall be Id for the City at large unless s-' II. in. MIS consent of the CouncllI' %  • • i' %  each and every District of Jity. but any municipal Iiaprovefor any Distill t may be ordered t>te of the majority of tba City ril. and with the written consent Councilman of the District in the improvement la to be orand any bonds Issued under nty of this Charter shall be abeiand din. I obligation only iMstrict fur which said Imp.iieui in ordered, iiiilseis the lution orderlnir said Improvement have been approved by all of the Dei a ,,i the City Council ss aforein which caae bonds shall be abgeneral and direct obligation City Jds issued by the City for any improvements shsll be paid LEGAL NOTICE 11. 11 In it> %  7. 1H. 1'0. SI. St. lion niaxlinimi ,,-t „f ,„,, espllal i IllclUillng .nil sums theiilnli. thereby appropriated. '.' '\ x ""in of the amount of lllv down Paj ni appropriated in the budget that year in n n of BUOb lellil Issue. 1 k,det< u i.iiiou of the period of usufuiii..-, ,,f m, project, wl the limitations ,,f s. lions 1!) ami I'll of tnls Article. (() A determination of the necess.ii> ii.bt .,f the City afti i Issuance of the bonds thereby auth< together With a ileclaiallnii lu..t the bonds ihereb) authorised will be within nil debt and other limitstiinis prescribed by the Constitution and LAWS of ihls State. Section 6. TITLE OF BOND ORDINANCES; CITATION: The title of n Batld iriliiinnce shall state the amount appropriated by an Indicated project and the amount of bonds authorized to finance the a p p r opriation Bond ordinances shall be cited In bonds and notes by title and date of final passage. Section 7. FORM AND CONTENT WHEN TWO OR MORE PROJECTS ARE COMBINED: A bond ordinance Bias combine two or more projects, in which event II shall, for each project, establish sefianite appropriations and state separntely the estimated maximum costs and amounts of down payments, but shall authorize a single Issue of bonds to finance the aggregate of the appropriations thereby made. The title of such Isind ordinance late the aggregate of the api prlatlons. Instead of the respective amounts. Section 8 FORM AND CONTENT: AVERAGE PERIOD OF USEFULNESS: if a bond ordinance embraces two or mom projects, it shall, In addli ion to ileti i mining the resin ctlve periods of usefulness, determine the average period, taking Into consideration the respective amounts of bonds %  | SI i I pi"!''. IS Section 9. PROCEDURE FOR PASSACit OF BOND ORDINANCES: PUBLICATION AFTER FINAL PASS AGt: The i i ime foi passage oi a bond "i.i ..ii be the same as that pn i Ibi .II.. li. u, 14, H and Id ol Irticii li u othsi Ordinances ol i he City, exci II thai win II p iblished alt. i final ... ,1 i|'.mi.in. I ..inpanicii i.. a vitn in substantial!) the following form: NOTICE The bond Ordinance posted herewith has been in.ii> passed and tin_'"-iia> period of limitation within with h a suit, action or proceedlng questioning ths validity of siii-n oniinanoe can be commenced as pro\ Hied bv the City Charter, has begun to run Irora said io,ai Improvement bond fund: ami the proi ecda of all taxi excess in accordance herewith lor the hi ot bonds of the City apli!,..il,I, to th,. ity-at-large, altei the u ... in, in ol .'•, ruing Interest un ssld shall he paid into a full,I In I"* denominated improveniOHt Bond I iii-l foi the Cltj of North Miami Beach', winch shall be used fm in. other "purpose than the paymenl ol principal of such bonus as thai mature; provided, however, thai tin amount Ol SUOH annual tax levy linn in reduced by the amount then contained III the sal.I City Impi ovenu lit Bond l .in,i LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE the il.ll tins Not. if tin first posting of e let nut of the taxes especially levItid assessed against the lands ly• .'hin the District for which said ovements are made or contemthe pa, inent of the principal [Interest of all bonds lasUed hereas they mature, the t'lty ell is hereby authorised and reFd to levy an annual special tax all taxable property subject to 11 ii of Ismds as provided In the ["Hug section, over snd abovs all authorised or limited by law or aCharter of the City sufficient tile Inteiesi and principal of bonds at their several dates of pn'' I v. etion 3. POWER TO INCUR IN• TEDNESS BY ISSUING BONDS NOTES: The City may Incur Indneas by Issuing Its negotiable nit limes, lii anticipation of -. pursuant to this Charter, to It• au> capital project which It lawfully construct or acquire, •ttion 4. BOMB) ORDINANCE; it REQUIRED: The City shall I'jlae the issuance of bonds by a i'l ordinance'' panned by the City id! In the name manner as proM In Section of this Article jetton S. FORM AND CONTENT OF NO ORDINANCE: A Ismd Ordlshall contain In substance St I' the following provisions: • An sppnipi latlon ol a sum of 'or a capital project, defribed In brief and general terms ffii lent for reasonable Identlflca' To finance the nald gppropiiaan authoiisatlon of the IncurpT of in,i, bi.-dnesa by the Issuance f'onds In a listed sinount. purnt to this Charter. A sutmneul of the*> estimated CITY CI.KHK Section 10. REFERENDUM ON BOND ORDINANCES: Before any bonds, applicable to the CHy-at-largse authorised bv thin Charter shall be issued by said I'ny of North Miami I.e.i. h. acting by ami through its City Council and other proper officers, II shall be necessary for such proposed bond Issue to lie approved by the registered freeholders then residing therein at au election called for that purpose and actually voting In such election; nor shall any such bonds be issued for or as applicable only to a District within said City by the authorities aforesaid, until the Issue thereof shall have likewise been approved by a majority of ssld freeholders residing In said District at sn election railed for that purpose and actually voting therein: provided, however, that all revenue bonds which shall been authorised by tirdlnance adopted by the City Council which ordinances shall be passed In the manner provided for by this barter, for the pavmeiit of self-sustainrrir projects, shsll not be subject to referendum All such revenue bonds so authorised may bear such date or dates: mature st such time or times, pursuant to the terms of this Charter; may baar Interest at such rate or rates: may be in such form: may carry such registration privileges; may be executed In such manner; and maybe payable at such place or places; msv be subject to redemption in such manner, snd upon such terms, with or without premium, may be authenticated In such manner; and may 0OOtain such terms and covenants all as mat' be provided in such Ordinance. The sale snd award of such bonds shall be negotiated and made In IHBg manner and upon such terms as may be proacrlbed by resolution of the Cltv Council. Notwithstanding the form or tenor thereof, and In the absence of sn express recital .on the face thereof that It la non-negotlabH ell such revenue bonds shsll he negotiable Instruments. Karh such ordinance may contain and expressi such covenants and undertakings on belislt of said City as may be deemed piop.i "> ?,„.* •mirl. Cnder no clrcum.tan. eshall sny such revenue bonds he or become an Indebtedness of said I ity within the meaning of sny_ cons. llonsl, statutory or charter "mltalon" and It -hall be PjBMjtoJSMS the face of such revenue bond that It Hoes m.t constitute such Indebtedness buJ Is pat-able solely from revenue of Mid project! works snd system or sys"The proceeds of all taxes levied and s.s.sse.1 In accordance herewith for the 'payment •>• % %  l u r rt .. f .1 r ^ Section 11. EFFECTIVE DATE OF BOND ORDINANCE: Bach bomi ordinance shall take effect on the twentyfn.-i (SI) da> after Its first valid publl'illlon after final passage subject to referendum. In which event It shall DOt take effect unless It be approved by the favorable vote of at least a majority of those voting thereon. Section 12. NO BOND ORDINANCE TO BE PASSED UNLESS APPROPRIATION MADE FOR DOWN PAYMENT: No bond ordinance shall be passed unless It stales separately for each purpose the amount of the "Down I'aynient" specifically appropriated to that purpose in the last previously adopted budget. The down payment shall lie an available sum of money eaual to at least five per centum (S%) of the amount of bonds authorised. Kor the purpoaei of the down payment, ail street Improvements expected to lapartly financed bv the issuance of bunds durum a single fiscal \ear may be considered a single project; so, also. m.i\ all extensions of the water s>stem, aiu.l likewise, all extensions of the sewer s\ stem. Section 13. DOWN PAYMENT NOT REQUIRED IN CERTAIN CASES: The provisions ol Section \\: shall not apply to a i.ond ordinance which authorises bonds solely lo llnanci expenditures winch arc the result ol lire, hood oi other dlaaster, or authorises hoii ii solely foi i in completion ol a uiiinii ipa,i> owned, or operated utility or oihei public service enterprise, ot authorise bonds aolel) to finance an ., inent of which any part or Is to be met in a sn, labor or materials by an] agen %  ol the government ol lb. i nlti l Slalei ol Amer,;.l. Ol of tinBtati Section 14 AUTHORIZATION OF NOTES IN ANTICIPATION OF BONDS: MATURITY: In anticipation of the Issuance ol bondi. Ihe Co in .11 may. b] Resolution, authorial issuance ,.i negotiable notes, when it -h.iii h.iv. theretofore autnorlaeu the issuance ol bonds Bach such note shall indeelgltated "Bond Anticipation Note and. including renewals, shall mature and be paid not mori than fourteen 14> calendai months after the date of Issiian.e of the original note. All l-nnl anticipation notema] be sold b) the proper authority at private sale without pret'loUS "public offering. Section 15. OTHER PROCEEDINGS BY RESOLUTION: All %  altars In connection with the authorisation. sale and Issuance of bonds or notes not specifically required to be provided in the bond ordinance ma] be determined or provided by subsequent Resolutions adopted by the affirmative vote of at least a majority of the men ra of the city Council. Section It. ALL BONDS PAID IN ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS: All bonds Issued pursuant to this t barter shall be paid in consecutive annual installments, no one of which shall he more than fifty per centum 130%) in excess of the smallest prior "'s!rc.on n i 7. FIRST ANNUAL INSTALLMENT: The first annual Installment shall be paid not more than one year. or. If the bonds are issued to fund notes, not more than two tears, after the date of final passage of the bond ordinance by virtue of which they are issued. Section 1S. LAST ANNUAL INSTALLMENT: The last annual installment of each authorised issue of bonds shall be paid not later than the date of expiration of the period of usefulness of the project for the financing of which such bonds are lasued, or of the average period of two or more combined projects, as determined In the bond ordinance authorising the issuance of such •"•nds. Section U. PERIOD OF USEFULNESS COMPUTED FROM DATE OF PASSAGE: The period of usefulness of each project, and the average period In the case of two or more projects combined in one authorised issue, shall be computed from the date of final passage of the bond ordinance bv virtue of which the bonds are issued Section 20. PERIOD OF USEFULNE8S: Bonds may be issued for terms not exceeding the maturities herein provided and the proceeds of the sale thereof must be expended for the purisises herein provided: (a) Maximum maturity—30 years. the supply and distribution of water, the acquisition of real property; construction of sewers, construction and equipment when first constructed of anv plant or structure for the treatment, disposal or filtration of sewage, intercepting sewers snd all necessary accessories thereof. (ID Maximum Maturity—JO years: heating, lighting, plumbing, ventilating, elevator and power plants and systems and other permanent equipment In new fire-proof buildings or additions thereto: construetlnn of fire-proof buildings or additions thereto. ul Maximum Maturity—ip years: anv public Improvement of a peranent character not expressU provided for In this section. Section 21 DETERMINATION OF PERIOD OF USEFULNESS: Within the foregoing maximum maturity periods, bonds shall mature not later lhan Ihe expiration of the l"riod of the probable usefulness of the capital project f„i which thei are Issued. M icte. mined bv certificate of the Knglne.i or Architect, approved by the ,-iiv Council and stated In the I.ond "nection" DETERMINATION OF COUNCIL CONCLUSIVE: The determination of the Council. In the llond Ordinance, as to the classification of the projects lor which bonds are authorised and as lo the period of usefulness or average period, shall ne conclusive In anv action or proceedings involving the validity of the '"section 23. PUBLIC SALE: All bonds Issued under tills Charter shall be sold at public sale upon sealed proposals after at least ten 1101 days tut I,.published st least once In a qualified newspaper published In the County and having a general circulation in the City. Section 24. SHORT PERIOD OF LIMITATIONS: When twenty U"i nays shall have elapsed aftei tile pllblical -II aftei final iwnaggi ol bond ordinances as provided In this Cluu ler. (a) any recitals or statement! err fact contained in Mich bond oi di nance, oi in -the preamble-, or recitals thereof shall i deemed to be true foi In. purpose Of determining tinvalldit) ot the lion.is thereby authorised and the City and all others Interested shall lorever thereafter be -topped from denying the same i iii such bond ordinance shall be coneluelvelj presumed lo have been dul) and regulaiiy passed by the City ami to comply with the provl%  lona of this Charter and 'ill laws; id and the validity of such bond ordinance shall not tharealtei be ipiesi iiuieil !> either a party plaintiff or a party defendant except In a suit, action or proceedings commenced prior to the expiration of such twenty 120) days. Section 25. PAYMENT OF BONDS AND NOTES: The power and obligation of the City to pay any snd all bonds and notes hereafter issued by It pursuant t<> this Charier, shall be unlimited and the City shall levy ad valorem taxes upon all taxable property within the City for the payment of such bonds or notes ami Interest thereon, without limitation of rate or amount. The faith and credit of the city is hereby pledged for the paymenl of the principal and of the int.i.-i • -n all Ismds and notes of the Cltl hen aftei issued pursuant to this Charter. whether or not such pledge be stated in the bonds or notes, or In the bond ordinance, authorizing their Issuance, excepl a~ otherwise provided In Bectl,n l" of this Article The purpose ol this Section belni to provide a satisfactory ami ecoi il%  ai method b] which public ways within the di. ot Ninth Miami I'...oh may I..Improved, li hen bs thai no Irregularity or illegality in connection with any ol the pi Inga herein authorised shall. In any a ,-.. affei I the ^ illdlty ol the ordei i bonds oi inleaa su, u ii regularll y oi i shall aubstantlailj alfei t the righl of ii Cltj r "~ Inhabitant or the on n. i %  of propi rl asm Md I %  • %  a ii improt .-inept ARTICLE V. DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL 3. 4. fi. I, 9. 10. 11. ii, 13. 14 1".. 111. 11 Section I. Met it basis ol appointments Civil Service Board— Nutubet, Appointments, I'.i. %  • iion tad Removal i 'it il Bert Ice Board— Sele. lion of Chaii man S. I %  •. tarj and < "hlel ESxa miner civil Sei \ Ice Board— Unclassified and Classified Se| Vtl e civil Service BoardPowers and Duties, Creation of Rules Promoi ion civil Service Board— I'.euiov al, Suspension. Reduction of Employees In Classified Service Civil Service Hoard — status of present Employees In Classified Service Condition for payment of salaries in Classified Service Powers of Subpoena, >atiis, production of It.-ords Prohibitions. Penalties Violations of Provisions. Penalties Salaries of Civil Service Hoard, Us Employees relative to Classified Service Pensions and Retirement Plan, Relief Fund, Insurance Plan, acceptance of money or property for such 1'iiinl. Administration of such Fund Pay Plan Priority listings for Veterans Iiepartment Heads Section 1. MERIT BASIS OF APPOINTMENTS: The appointment and promotion in the AdmlnlsTratlve service of the City shall be made according to merit and fitness, lo be ascertained Insofar as iiractlcahle by competitive examination. To carry out this purpose there Is herein created a CIVI1. SKRVICK ACT. Section 2. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD: NUMBER; APPOINTMENTS; ELECTION; REMOVAL: There is hereby created a S-member Civil Service Hoard; one to be appointed by Ihe Mayor of the City of North Miami Reach, whose term shsll be for three vears: Iwo to be appointed by the Cltv Council of the Cltv of Worth Miami Reach, whose terms shall be for two (2) vears each; and two members shall be elected by the employees of the City of North Miami Beach with civil service status, whose terms shsll be for four (41 years each. That of the two members so elected from the employee* with civil service status, one shall be elected bv the Police and Fire IVpnrtments, and the other shall be elected from the remaining civil service employees. All of the Civil Service Hoard shall take office ss soon as appoint..! Any vacancies shall be filled In Ihe same manner as the Hoard members were appointed or elected. The Cltv Council shall lie. and thev sre herebv authorised to prescribe the rules and reeuratlons and procedure for the handling of elections for the purpose of clectine the two members of the civil sert Ice Hoard bv the City employees with civil service status aforementioned. Sections. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD; SFLFCTION OF CHAIRMAN: SECRETARY; AND CHIEF EXAMINER: Immediately after appointment. Ihe Hoard shall organise and elect one o/ Its members Chairman The Board shall appoint a Chief Examiner, who shall be a member of fhe Hoard and t as Secretarv. The Hoard matappoint such Administrative assistants as they mav deem necessary U|am approval of the Cltv Council The Chief Kxamlner shall nrovlde examinations in accordar;-e with Ihe restitutions of the Hoard and maintain lists of ellsibies of each class of the services of those meetingthe reoiilrem,nts of said I em u lations Positions In the classified service shall he filled hv the Civil Service Hoard from ellelb'e lists ant bv It presented to Hie citv Council Vs r>ltlons nr. fin. .1 the ivitovineiit officer shall certlfv the (BCl by t.roner and prescribed form, to the Cltv Clerk and the Director of the Department In which the vacancy exls's Section 4. CIVIL SFRVIOF RftSROUNCIARSIFIFD AND CtASSIFIFD SERVICE: The civil service of the City is hereby divided Into t'nclasslII. il anil Classified Service. The L'ni i.is.sini-,1 Service shall Include: un The heads of departments, member of appointive boards, i Attorney, .lunge of tin Cltj Court, Chief of Police. I'lllil ol l-l.e I >. parttnent, and the City Auditor. The classified S.-i %  lue shall uiiise all positions not Speulnonlly Included bv this Charter in the I'm Ms inI Set vn e. There shall be in the Chu tied s.-ni.e three classes to be known as the Competitive "'lass. Non-comnetltlve Class, ami Labor %  lass, as follows: (a) The Competitive Class shall include all positions ami employment for which it is practicable to determine Ihe merit ami fitness ,,f applicants by competitive examinations, thy The Nun -competitive Class shall consist of all position* requiring peculiar and exceptional quaIIfi.ations of a scientific, managerial, professional, or educational character, as may* be detei unm-d bv the rules of the Board (CI The l^abor Class shall Include ordinary unskilled labor Sections. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD; POWERS AND DUTIES; CREATION OF RULES: The Hoard shall Bl %  the power and shall be required to: ill Adopt, amend and enforce a cod,of rules au l regulations, providing for the appointment and employment In all positions In the Classified Service, based on merit efficiency, character and Industry, as well BS dismissals, suspensions, demotions and resignations for eau ie Howi ver, said rules affecting the respective rategot of appointments ami dismissals shall III.I ide oi h.iv. similar impoi: to the provisions of Section 7 uf this Article Ul Adv is,and BSslsl the ,ml Mayor in fostering the Interest of Institutions of learning, civic, profes,! and employei rgal ns in the Improt ,-tii,m ol aj-da In Ihe Municipal K rvtce fj) Advise the 'oum II asM M i! %  '" oncoming peraonnel ndI "ii. .ii Make anv Investigation wim-n It in. conaldei di i bl [to ii ami Ma • oi at h ..,, i, year, its findings, i on luslons and inn. liilationi n) "' in the Class fl' -I %  i, ,. ,ra ;..... I. reduced %  %  and report In writing to the I Collie l! SI 'I M 'V or ii• fid n nendationa „.r.^ Section 6. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD PROMOTIONS: The Board shall provide 'oi promotion to all positions in the Classified Service based on records of It. efficiency, charai conduct and seniority Section 7. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD; REMOVAL. SUSPENSION; REDUCTION OF EMPLOYEES IN CLASSIFIED SERVICE: ill NOTICE: The discharge ol a permanent employee shall not become ,-ffe, live until the Department Director Shall have first served the said employee with a written Notice of in.-charse. together with suchi ats in detail as shall enable the said employee to explain the situation In hla own defense A copy of said Notice ,,f Discharge together with the emlilovecs explanation, if any, shall be filed with the Board. A temporary employee who has no permanent status in'anv other classification has no civil service rights Consequently, such an employee may he discharged bl tinDepartment Director without appeal tn the Civil Service "yard. i'l GROUNDS FOR DISMISSAL, SUSPENSION AND DEMOTIONS: The following, are to constitute a bras h of duty and to lie grounds foi dismissal oi suspension fr.uui t be < Is-sifi.-d Service !" grounds fm demotion, though charges ma) be baeea upon causes other than those ni iaTed Via, that any employee ,.i i has been convicted oj a criminal offense, or of a misdemeanor Involving moral turpitude: Of (bl has been guilty of an immoral or criminal act. if such set is, at the time :he chaises are preferred, involved In a criminal proceeding bef the Brand Jury or the Courts, the employee so charged may reouest that the hearing be positioned or continued with his consent until such time as the criminal proceeding is terminated, ami such request shall he granted, provided, howetcr. that said cinplovee shall execute a waiver of all rights to pay during the gald period of adjournment, and provided, further, that said employee may hate the hearing or Investigation proceed at any time on ten 1101 ilavs notice In writing! or (c) has willfully, %  woBteoly. or through rullMible negligence, been guilty of brutality or cruelty to an ruinate or prisoner of a CltyJ institution or to a person In custody ; or Id) has willfully violated any of the provisions of the Civil Service laiw or Rules of the Hoard: or lei has been guiltv of conduct unbecoming to an employee of the City of North Miami Reach, or (f) has violated any lawful and reasonable official regulation or order, or failed to ohey any lawful or reasonable direction made and given in his superior, where such violai n or failure to obeyamounts to an act of Insubordination or a serious breach of proper discipline, or resulted, oi reasonably might he expected lo result. In the loss ,.r injury to the Cltv or tn the I'ubll, or to the Pnsoneis or W.rds of the City; or (ill has been Intoxicated on duty or off, his conduct hi incinc repro.n h upon the City of North Miami I '.i ich: or (h) has contracted a venereal disease, or a physical ailment or defect, which Incapacitates the employee for properly performing the duties of the position held: or li) has been guilty of actions which amount to insubordination or disgraceful conduct, whethet commit" ted on dut] or off: or J) has been wantonly offensive in conduct or laneuace toararga the public or city ( "ft'iccis or • mptoyi es; infk) has solicited the vote of a member of the citt Council f..r or against a proposed ordinance or resolution, ot a proposed Item ta a budget, or an appropriation ordinance concerning the employee's department, where such solicitation is charged and established to have been made Where 'hall a public hearing of the City Council or a Committee thereof: or ,(1) is Incompetent, neeliaent, hr Inefficient in the performance ol the duties of the position held, or tm) is careless or negligent of the



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FrEaaL". re. died hi am f.T T -hilll belong lu the §?* •n laW,|>MMrlnie.,i ,.f V-,3 eion of fun ha : **** shall l... ii,. • I.rrh.,,ng .\5rel •e B i. rule* and M .IMI in. %  •• chase, SUM. aha I 'll||r l nd that • -' tl -.-r .from if after empl..>"'--' .. |, ...... hat made a fall meat In the application r< haa' been ebnei I ; %  > *"> %  without • % %  %  %  ': • •' ..,,; tor >rh aftei lencehas expl ed. or gfti leave of absence hi .,1 or revoke I and ..• % %  • %  %  x %  usable ind the In hi* or her form. has oeel I hi DO head thai th< .;%  r. n nation to th. < -• •--•%  % %  "•' %  e stnl Th. %  l he right I rei the ( laai -. %  • %  b it nlj aft< i %  ted and full hi lo I el h nf A mi I DEPARTMENT HEADS; CIWLMIwrci STATUS .. jgg| .-...-. I • • [or I ,11. r emploj ei the forme: emplo) ee's name efficlen .-I on tmeligible regisl f threi order of seniority that I efficlei %  it) la antaa am! %  • %  %  r orders, rules, and %  • %  %  ict interfen ..... Impairs th -. v| • %  .i I a ben ai In i ("i fi r i-n.:>. ment I NOTE N 111 %  ... %  %  • thi %  • !'.. ., : %  %  • • • %  %  rei %  If • Section 8 ll • i nd If. the Hoard, hi ... %  %  CIVIL SERVICE BOARD. Hi • • i hi1>• %  ; rtmeni .,;•..( tin i %  %  • : %  ?es ai any i loyee on any i %  Appeal to Board: -'. • %  wl has I • %  • %  • %  %  %  %  %  %  %  • • %  the i • •. %  iplir II live 1 %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  mo Itfylng %  • : Mi Appeal proceedng: I he A ppi irtmenl VV ••• '. t the %  • lloard %  ... i Order of Proo': < filed the Direct %  I.. So mati nr addition to thi II • |en %  The Order ol ] Wl 1.1 I len %  In Tl.. Appi (luce SUi to offel < defi M Thi %  %  • • iif the Department i ffi T:.I .%  i • md ... fi The '..: %  • i-.. a*ovei ned 1 ilei the Civil .-•:. %  id) The %  t the i : %  %  [ • ti Attorne) oi othi Counm lanl maj il •. .i by %  oonsel, ami the Board, oiinsideiutii.n shall rendi mendation In wrltlne to Innt. an.I the Mayor (I) Resignation before Appeal: The %  ptai • %  by a Depai tmenl head "f the resignation of an employe, %  tended, reduced in rank, or dlsn. before final ai t oi on the par! of tl Board shall be ronaldered a withdrawal r.f th.charges, and thi jition of th.employe) n • be recorded a %  resignation and th-• -dines shall be wlthoot i'ldgment A copv <.f th^ dl ml charge shall remain in th;.. nel file of the employee and a nota-hall l.e made r. n !he copj ,,f t', dismissal charge u. the eff..,-, Inat %  w. ••• withdrawn pursui %  • -; ; • section I of An of thif 'baiter (7J Failure of Partiet to Appear: If *e em umber. \|.. -minutes shall be Section 7. WORK PROGRAMS: ALLOTMENTS llet.i. th.begin• he head of .in or Agency • 1 %  "''en reb> him. a work program program shall ...... ,i iHot ment* of the >i>... offic. Depart... :. i."Irai I Ii. May CM allotment! •I ii,-hi ,.f ihe work ,.,.-.. %  oi igenc) ., u -.I fore i pprov%  • Hi %  said fi.t %  how %  N \. • foi the Section ALLOTMENTS CONSTITUTE BASIS OF EXPENDl TURES AND ARE SUBJECT TO REVISION "he Ma shall fill 1 lag all %  %  '. II the • dur* v ii be %  -.ill the .... %  appropriated provisions Serf ioi 1 IIPinTMENTOri NANCE ACTIVATION %  %  Reel n 2 r)'R = c.T,-ip OF F 1 NANCF: API' %  Section 3 DIRECTOR OF NANCF: QUALIFICATION', In hiidsei Section 4 DIRECTOR OF FI. NANCE: SALARY I |. .. I-.ii .ii. -' i Section i DIRECTOR OF Fl NANCE: SURETY BOND %  %  .n a TRA-.SF1RS OF APPROPR'AT ONS I •. SI an) : lla III • II,. I I hi No %  III nf this F'li %  h with su as t|„ Hah penslo s>i the ,-nH Densrtment head and nori • .f n ; jvldanoe be off.Wd iTSpJ t of the charirea maife. the Board mv ^ %  "' 1 *" r J",' l m "' default Sr !" v new •yhtonce offered bv the re." vH employee and render ludrment S.Jrt.i'SL 5r rt •"• SSI the rZ£ v-ei*" "" artn "-"t head and %  •.'"K"" emidove* of Its decision m Oisquahfication for Re.ppo,n,'. rnont Anv employee who Is dismissed reaama while not In good sta MONEY FUND FUND: i al 7 1 "', ''' %  % %  "hall estafa %  fimii .., runds '.,i the relief oi M persons In the rUsalfled %  f th.i ity: inn re, .-iv. % %  -; % %  I-.. ..-.-of, ,. r | fo,the henefli ol .... h fund ., fund, ntrlbutlons nf ,,-,i, ... on such lernt. and conditions as it maj set MI ami shall •telling tor the nd admlnls•if such fund or funds ,„„'..,. ,'"„''';.'• '' • have the w i. • %  •"" %  % %  Of insurance with an, Insurance company authorted t,. transact bualneaa In the st ne taaurlng lu employe,, or gnr daas '••w thereof „„,..,a ."di.-V,, %  of rroui. Inauran verlna • or such contract c annuities a nee classes of Insurance and ma wrt i anv company eranilnc sarv to nay premium Cldenl t i th p..ll necesor charge* innt ;arrvlng on of U ch / V eg.* """< •". or pension of Section 6 DIRECTOR NANCE: POWERS AND The I ill. •,,, ,,( I ,, i and shall i. %  la) Compile the 1.1 i -. OF FI. DUTIES: hall have • %  letion 10 ACCOUNTING SUPER. VISION AND CONTROL I %  • • ii-.-d I %  %  ,,. ., i.d I I ranintents %  nl Ini tuning %  • I Hi,, in..me. 1 -I allotted .hel Ihl .-LI,%  .nd paypa) p.,-. mate, ul' „^"^ I ulrrd b> an\ iiffi SJ" gen, \ of Ih. i n ,;„,'I'lirc-hMaing Agi li< i M l| ,,. er and shall h.i ,,„„„, u (a Kstablisn ..',, ;'> cation, with ,. erttoT 1 teiials and e<|ui|.inegt the City Oovei mi en| (b Insiiect ., s.,„, rvto S|Hetlon Of all de|n, t pllea, matetial,„ ,„ UIB determine then .|ualHr and conform..:. *• with' Irons (,) Have rhargi r.f swat st-.rer-xinis and sareaoask] Council mav (d) Tiansf. I,, ,,, |_, flora. I>epaM'i • i ,, r sell suiplus. obsolete or i piles, nmt*ri.,i and errji. Section 15. COMPETiTlviTi DINO: Kefoie m. ri lv jJ' Agent makes anv iur,haat*r| tract for aupplle-. maurkdji ment. he shall gl\< ample m foi conl|eetltlVe l-:0ilina. far g one Hundred %  : %  %  fii i*,*£ such rules and reguktUaM, | such rai-eptioi.(kg Qg| K reacrlbe by nrd ti uan owever. then thi I'ouncil I ggogfefl Indnii! i ntrgctaj or snleg from th. -TJUftr^atl %  •etltlve bidding •action It. CONTRACTll IMPROVEMENTS Anv r pr .vetnent coatina more ( thousand <$!.'" ited by t ttai such Impmvein. is a0g the Courerll lo he eiareM by a City IV|M nneal ma w ith detailed planestimates. All than one thottsal .I' •** %  shall tie award..! %  -he low sil.le bidder aft-r -uch nk and competition > nag Ml l.v ordinance, i-i-wded the shall have the powi ndagj and adveitl-. agaii Altetiti anv contra. It >* %  auth.erlaed I" Ihi w rit'en i. • % % %  M 'iection 17. ACCOUNtlNS TFtOL OF PURCHASES: A3 es made and i the purcliaslna ant to a w load of the IHI Keni v whose si harged. and no ahaB he tewued %  .ml until r In. %  • "f u.-h !• i gl I I.I i ni court "I %  I „, IW -y Section 1. EMIRCEN.T PFtlATIONS: l budget th It* mil • than a regulsr mellir b and wel'a lion -ii-ii '• by the ta'four-flflhw (1 • n .,,...11 I he total ipurot>rUI ,i sttaU ti"t • • Mill U'. I iuo|ii -intioiiII thai veai ___o OV yiNOTO gfeftv w W"sr In the al.-i• %  • ^ .ivaliable reven Ii %  • approfarhitlon* uid. iv^ „f Section l. tl resolution. ...''"..,,, • i nated •Kmerg. lK-isirtaaj| %  -i tract ,nv venatfl Ii in thet %  i|UtsltM"< n-ll ,in • I tit the roll, .,,„i demand*. I, the Budge) f.„ • i.lv .e of the ne the •n.s%  I I i .aiges .•nf n anv f the • '".oi ... uhs-l't In his Sectie- .-• •• show Ih 'lie appropriation, and cumbered batanc %  rei eii.i am.unit ,,f uneneach recelvln. a ST 2L %  "• 'nv b.v, „':,"'"; deem Expedient """"iim •ints ,nd diLJ^temenl of "" detail i„ Cr,;.""^"'" r a. ••-nil. • thi. g, 1st f a •n theree-f -, ,h J" ""'Ion .Kan he •demean. ,i and „nmn hall .es.e to hold molovmenl Noihine I|te*d h„w,i„ mhtt „ finance* "I lea,? ''" '"• l "n of reMnew '" >.ar In whl-s ,,,r,.. •" made uv. .. LAMV AvVlafr, *r P JL.^'*T.ON. %  J'Mi, Shan ?! VtA "= All •nail |. ip „ „ %hr rnd of lrenewed fi all such n an) renewals t fl-i vvhetll"^ i ear. aiithon iv the f the fli stall .„. Us aWJ. fisi-al >er next ''.' rmt tti*M ., T m whi. ; Ih. *"• Section 21. H "SoPtnr< TICIPATION OF pRO ,7 ln U Et: In anv bo-lg-' Ih f lion of the ""••' Hh.iher tax for auch >ear. to \tt levied in may. by ves-.l-H • ...wing of inni I negoilablen.de. • .-Vital which shall %  %  '•' k h T filiation Wotaa '•; ,n L (staling the budge< %  „,,( may he taaued fo.' *r' Ing one year and nW from tune t. '"' I,„I to. exceeding one >ear. •"' ^ renewals shall •"''',,,be I not Uter than th. • "' bll#t l cal year aft. %  ..... ,M which the 5|hl "55 sf ,,. ,, 1-n.ed The **£* anticipation notes ,, any budget llw per centum I %  •' • ^. u the property 1J* '•;,'%• property tax f..r Citv nurpeteantirlpntfon *"'• % "'^H *. i ear. the gagouwl '. h set ding fls.-al >'•• ,,jv J& suei-eedlng .ear *• eat? twenty per < &f •" amount orlglnain a m.Mint renewed m >r aui-reardliig "" not ex.ee* f ur .'^ the amount oiiglnsi oaa t low lTICIPATION Of NUUt In any hudg ^ laMlon of the. coP'-'*'" a^ other revenue • %  —galiwl the Council ">• %  *. of **, thorlae the hor • T,, gw Issuance of .#>•' w "^ e* •£ % 



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LNUARY 15. 1954 %  i ,AL NOTICE Iwhich shall be deslgnat[Itcvcnue Note for the stating the budget year). toy be renewed from time fall such notes, together Irwals. shall mature and ltrr than the end of the after the budget year In Iriglnal notea ahall have NOTES REDEEMABLE MATUHITV: No note* ide iwyable on demand, |e may be made subject prior to maturity on mil Ht such time an may ih' note. SALE OF NOTES: REfsALE: All notes issued this Article may be sold %  than par and accrue|H.lntlve memlx i 2 PLANNING COMMIS|RM OF OFFICE; VACAN n of the appointive ill be fi\•• \ i-.us, exi epl five member! first epsh.ill iappointed %  • ..t. one for two ) oara, and MM For four .inline the unexn appointive member f: bj the Council foi the the term. 3. PLANNING COMMIS WERS AND DUTIES: The sh .11 have |Miwi-r and i to; 111 Int. extend an.l .nil! Plan for the phj sll .il it of I InCity as defined ; and x of this Article. in i ..I ..\ .-r puitting ling land within the Cltl the i ouncll an Off I p of ih,. city an.l rcooinilisapprove proposed changli Ii map. MI.I adopt as provided %  i i It of this Article a son.ii.l i .-.iiiinien.l or disap|Msed changes in sui-h plan. II. I adopt as In Sections -I of this Article plans for d rebuilding of slum and blighted anas within pbmli annually to the City i"t less than SO daya pi lot beginning of the budget year. f • "'innelliled capital llllWhlctl, in the opinion of iniinsBK.n are necessary or le to IKconstructed during rthcoming six-year period -' shall be arranged In older erence, with reeommenilatliWis which projects shall be conI In which year. "niotp puhllc Interest In an .indlng of the Master 1'lan i-lannlng. toning and slum -1 not less than once each and keep a public record of %%  ""iiinns, findings and deter"11* ['"MMIKSION BHALL HAVK U'MV/BR TO: • %  quire Information which • furnished within a reaeon'<>'< %  from other Departments City Government In relation work. %  'I'll in Its budget approprlacontract with City Planners ther consultants for such servlt may require %  quest additional aaalatance clal survey work of the Counmay at Its discretion assign Commission Members, of the of any Administrative De'nt. <>r direct such Departto make special studies re"o by the Commission. the performance of Its func. enter upon any land and make limit inn and surveys and place '-'tntaln necessary monuments |V r thereon %  • and adopt plans for the !• planning, Improvement and redeMi-.pnieln of neighborly ii) .Make anil uaopt plain, for the %  .-planning, re onsti union or redevelopment of any area or district which may be oestroyed In what! or In part or seriously damaged by lire, e.n uiiiuak,-, floou or other dlsa,*;'*' 0 ",., 4 DIRECTOR OF PLANNINQ: l here shall be created an office entitled "Director of Planning" auch Director to lie appointed bv tne Mayor with the approval of the City Council, and which DtrecUl -hall be qualified by special training and experience in the field of city planning Me shall bo the tegular technical auvlser of said City Council, may also be designated as its Executive Weretary and snail have such other authority, duties and responsibilities, under the direction and control of the Council, as It may require and establish. Section 5. APPLICATION FOR REZONINO: Application for re-ioning ahall be made In writing to the I'lanning Hoard and City Council. Before action shall l>,. taken by either the J'lanuing Hoard "and Council, there shall be a public hearing. All property own. is of record III the vicinity of the property to be re-zoned, and all property owners affected In the xonlng change, shall be notified in writing of such hearing, at least ten (10) days prior thereto by rcgistin.i mail, the latter provision at the discretion of the City Council. Sectien ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS: There shall be a soiling Board of Appeals, which shall consist of the City Council, duly commissioned as such. Meetings of the Hoard shall be held on the second Tuesday of each month, and at such other times as such Hoard may determine. All meetings Of the Hoard shall be open to the public. The Board shall keep minutes of its proceedings. showing the vote of each member, U|>on every question, or if absent, or if failing to vote Indicating nuch fact, and shall keep records of Its examinations and other official actions. Kverv order, requirement, decision or determination of the Hoard shall Immediately be filed In the office of the City Clerk, and shall be a public record. The Hoard shall have |sswer to hear and determine appeals from refusal of building permits and to permit exceptions to or variations from the aiming regulations in classes or cases or situations and lu accordance with the principals, conditions and procedure specified In the Ordinance. Section 7. THE MASTER PLAN: The Master I'lan for the physical development of the City. w 'th the accompanylng maps, plats, charts, descriptive and explanatory matter, shall show the Hoard's Kccomiilfiid.t' MM for the development of Cl territory and in.n include, among other things: (a) The general Ua-atlon. character and extent Of stieets, bridges, parks, waterways and other public •rays, grounds and spaces iii> TinGeneral location of public i.ml.lings and other public property. ( %  •) The general location and extent of public utilities whether publlcl) or privately owned, id) The removal, relocation, widening, exteaalon, narrowing, vacating, abandonment, or change of use of such existing or future public Ways, (rounds, space--, buildings, property or utilities. l, l The general extent and location of public housing propeoui ami slum-clearance projects Section 8. ADOPTION OF THE MASTER PLAN: The Hoard may adoul the Master Plan as a whole P) a single resolution, or may, b) sue..Uniona.lopt successive r me I"..-". said P.. i'corn n Una lo major geographli .1 sej lions "1 the Cltj oi lo functional di, Islona of the subject matter of LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE for spaces for traffic, utilities, i .creation, light and gir. and for the avoidance ol congestion of population. Such regulations may Include requirements as to ine extent to which and tne manner in which streets and other ways shall he graded and Improved, and water, sewer and other utility mains, piping, connections or other facilities shall be Installed as a Condition precedent to the approval of a subdivision. Section 12 TENTATIVE APPROV. AL OF PLATS: The regulations or practice of the Hoard may provide for a tentative approval of the plat previous to such Improvement! and Installations; but any such tentative approval shall not be entered on the flat. In lieu of the completion of such work previous to the final approval of a plat, the Board may accept a Isuid, in an amount and uh surety satisfactory to the City Council, providing and .-ccning the Citv for the actual construction and Installation of such improvements and utilities within a period specified by the City Council and expressed In the bond. Section 13. LINES OF MAPPED STREETS: After it shall have adopted a major thoroughfare plan of the territory ol the City or of any section thereof, the Planning Hoard shall have the power to make or cause to be made, from time to time, surve>s for the exact loc.ition of the lines of new, extended „ r wid.,iii-d .-ti. .-1In any portion of such planned territory, and to make and certify to the Council plats of the areas surveyed, on whnh anIndicated the location nf the lines recommended by the Board as the planned or mapped lines of future streets, street extensions or %  treat widening, together with the Hoard's estimate of the time period within which the land shown on the plat or street locations should be acquired for street purposes. The CounU may, by ordinance, adopt such plat, In accordance with the procedure prescribed In this charter. provided that notice of the time and place, when anil where It will be considered for final passage shall be sent by mall to the record owners of land on or abutting which the future street lines designated on the plat are located. Any modification of such plat shall. Iwforc passage lie submitted to the planning Hoard and whether approved by it. or .if disapproved, be approved by a favorable vote of the City Council. The adoption of a plat shall not, in and of Itself, constitute or be deemed to constitute the opening or establishment of any street or lh>taking or acceptance of any land for street purposes. Section 14. OFFICIAL MAP: The Council, by ordinance, establish an Official Map of the City, on which shall be shown and Indicated: (,u All public streets existing and established bv law at the time of the establishment of the Official Map lb) All planned streets or street lines ,s located on plats adopted by council in accordance with the provisions of Section H! of "il> Article at the time of the establishment of the map. ir| All streets or street line..located on final or recorded plats of subdivisions approved by the planning commission at the time ol the establishment of the Map. The placing of street line* upon the official Map shall not, in and of itself, constitute or be deemed t" constitute th. opening "i establishment ol am street nor the taking or acceptance of any land for street purposes nil Place, in 'he name manner, the lot ili.n "f existing or planned parks or other public open spaces at the the establishment of loiit a i-i,i or extern therei f oi addition tlicie(., The adoption • %  ( the Plan, or II any such part, ainendi...-nt .-1"; 1 "-";" ,„ addition, shall be bj t.-oliiu.m .. i,„..! Si the affirm Hive *•• gf not Lass lhan a maJorit) of Ike w !" ; ,,„, before the idol i ol the Plan or siu such part, amendment, extension ,., addition, the Hoard shall hold at .,,.. public hearing on the pro,,-,,l action An attested coin of the II.... .', pail 'Hereof shall l.c ce, tided '•'seet'ten'T "LEGAL EFFECT OF MASTER PLAN. No street, park, or other public way, mound ... spa.. public building or i public utility bet her and publicly ,'., authoilxed In the • Ity jarish-l any real property be ;',"'',"":''> of the City until and unless the location ami extent thereof shall have been submit. ,,-d to and approved b) *£J**"V provided that, M ease "' d^nnrwmi. d shall communicate it" wa-.;' r the Council, which -hall have Sl|power t overrule such disapproval, and, upon such .verruling, the Rune 'or The a,;,,opr,a,e .„,,.-... „. ; Ksrs proffl y A *rfi constitute four out of five mberi .? the Cou„. ii. The widening. "W B ng. relocation, vacating, or chatge In the use of any street or other publ irVor ground or sale of any;jmbllc building or real property, .shall be similar submission and apfallure to approve may rruled by the Council sublet to roval, and Hoard shall be the Platting ''""'".& the Citv and, as such, shall nave tne the ">. ""%  • ..inning or subdivision aS& *OKs ssra nm n \: REGULATIONS, GOVaiSv^iKK^ time .Map Section 15. MODIFICATION OF OFFICIAL MAP: Thereafter, all street locations on final or recorded plats or subdivisions approved by the Planning Hoard in accordance with the provisions of Sections ID. 11. and i^ of tins Article, shall be deemed additions to or modifications of the official -Map and shall be placed thereon The Council may, by Ordinance, make, from time to time, other additions to, or modifications of, unofficial Map by placing thereon the location of the proposed streets, street extensions, widening*, nairOWlngB or yacatlngs, In accordance with'the pror-edure prescribed In this Charter, pro-. Vlded, that notice of the tltne and place when and where such ndditlons or modifications will be considered fulfil,al passage shall be sent" by mall t,, the record owners of the lands on or abutting which said mapispd streets or street lines or street vacating* are located. Any such promised addition to or modification ot the Official Map shall be referred to the Planning Board for Its approval, but If the I'lanning Hoard disapprove or fall to act within thirtv (30) days, the (.ouncll bv a four-fifths (:.) vote of Its members, may overrule such disapproval. Section 16. BUILDINGS IN MAP. PED STREETS: The Council shall provide bv general ordinance that no permit shall be Issued for any building ot structure or any part thereof on anv land located between the mapped lines of a street as shown on the official Map. Any such ordinance shall provide that the Zoning Board of Appeals shall have the power, upon an appeal filed with it by the owner of such land, to grant a permit for a huilding or structure or part thereof. In anv such mapped street locations anv case In which such Board finds, iii-'ii the evidence and arguments presented to It upon such appeal: (a> That the entire property of the appellant, of which such mapped street I..cation forms a part, cannot vleld a reasonable return to the owner unless such permit be grantib) That, balancing the Interest of the Citv In preserving the Integrity of the Official Map. and the Interet of the owner of the property in the use and the benefits of his propertv. the grant of such permit Is reoulred by consideration of reasonable Justice snd enultv. Sectien 17. HEARINGS ON BUILDINGS IN MAPPED STREETS: Before taking anv action, the Hoard of Appeals shall hold a hearing at which the parties In Interest shall have an opportunity to l>e heard. At least ten (10) days notice of the time and place ot such hearing shall be given to the appellant by mall at the address snecified by the appellant In his aopeal petition. In the event that the Hoard of Appeals grants a building permit in any such anneal, it shall have the power to specify the exact lncntlon. extent, ground, area, height, duration snd other details and conditions to govern the building, structure or part thereof for which the permit Is granted. Section 18. LEGAL EFFECT OF OFFICIAL MAP: After the establishment of the ofiiii.il Map, the Council shall pun Ide by ordinance that no public water or sewer connection or other public utility or improvement shall be constructed in, or any water, drainage, light or other public service rendered to, or along any street, until and unless such street shall have been duly placed on the official Map In accordance with the authority and procedure set forth In Sections 14 and 15 of this Article. The Council shall also provide the general ordinance that nojiermlt for the erection of any building shall be Issued unless a street giving access to such proponed structure is shown on the official Map: provided, however, that such ordinance shall contain provision whereby the applicant for such building |>ermit may appeal to the Zoning P.oaid of Appeals or to the special Board of Appeals referred to In this Article, the hearing upon which appeal and noti a of which hearing shall be held and given as piovhl.-d in Section IT of this Article, and such Hoard may be granted the authority to Issue a permit, subject to such conditions as the Board may Impose, where the circumstances of the case do not require tbe proposed building to be related to axlstlng mapped or planned streets, and where tile permit would not tend to dislocate or increase the difficulty of carrying out the Official Map or Master Plan. The word %  s treet" or ••streets" In this Article shall be deemed to include streets, boulevards, avenues, alleys, lanes and other ways. Section it. ZONING ORDINANCES: For the purpose of promoting the health, safety, morals or general welfare of the City, the Council, by ordinance, regulate the location, height, hulk snd slxe of buildings and other structures, the size of yard, courts. and other open spaces, the density of population anil Ihe uses of buildings, structures, and land for trade. Industry, business, residence or other purposes. Such ordinances may provide that the Zoning Hoard of Appeals may. in appropriate cases and subject to appropriate principles, standards, rules conditions and safeguards set forth in the Ordinance, make special exceptions to the terms of the gonlng regulations In harmony with then aeneral purpose and intent. Such ordinances may provide that the xonlng Board of Appeals may authorize variances from the sit11.1 application of the regulations. In such situations and subject to such limitations as may be set forth in the ordinance. Section 20. POWERS OF COUNCIL IN SLUM CLEARANCE AND REHABILITATION OF BLIGHTED AREAS: The Council may adopt, modify and carry out plans proposed by the I';.i 111.: in: I log i d for learanee of slum districts and rehabilitation of blurhted areas within the City and, for the accomplishment of this purpose, may ecoulre b) purchase or condemnation all privatelv Owned land, buildings and other real property interests within the District; maj establish, locate, relocate, build and Improve the streets and other public open spaces provided for In the Plan, in.iv maintain, operate, base oi sell -aid biddings or any ..f them; mi) sell the land, or anv part thereof, designated for buildings and private open spaces upon such terms and conditions and subject to such restrictions as to building uses and open spaces awin substantially carry out and affect the Plan. Section 21. PLANS FOR SLUM CLEARANCE: Any plan for slum clearance shall include the defining ol the bound..i lea of tne district %  mended to be cleared, ,h '' proposed location of u.-w or relocation ol as sting streets and Other puhllc open spaces within the area, the Ii an.l general type, character, bulk, height and uas of the new buildings ,,, |„. ,, t.-d or permitted IthlB 'he cleared area, .md the location of private open spa.es proposed as pan ol the plan, rtor the reduction of delinquency ami vice, the promotion of public health, the promotion ..f K I housing, the preservation of the economic itrengtB ..f land and propertj within the City and the devetopmenl of ihe territory of 'be Cltj In ai Iaii.e with K I planiiiug, the cleai an..of slums and the exercise of the powers granted to the council in connection therewith in Section M of this Article are hereby declared to be i public purpose gad a public use. Section 22. BLIGHTED AREAS: Any plan for rehabilitation of blighted areas within the city shall Include the defining of the location and boundaries of the area recommended to be rehabilitated, the location of new or the relocation of existing streets and other public open spaces within the area, the location and geneiai type. h.ir.i, i. i, bulk, height snd use of the new buildings to lie erected or permitted within the rehabilitated area, the onilitioning of old buildings t" be i.. ondltloned. and the location of private open spaces proposed as a part of the Plan. A blighted area Is defined as an area In which, owing to the obsolescent condition and character of the buildings therein, the existing division or arrangement of lots and ownerships and street and other open spaces, the mixed character and usea of the buildings, or other factors and causes, values have depreciated with consequent decline or stagnation of development and damage and kiss t.. community prosperity and taxable values, and where a restoration of the mimic vigor of the area and its attainable contribution to the economic strength and prosperity of the communltr ma> require a replannlug of the srea, and. for the acs.iiiplishment of such replannlug, a concentration or redistribution of the ownership or developmental control Is requisite, for the promotion of public convenience and prosperity and for the preservation of the economic strength and vitality of land and property Tn the area and of the area's contribution to the economic strength of the City In accordance with good planning, the rehabilitation of blighted areas and the exercise of the powers granted to the Council in connection therewith in Section 10 of this Article are hereby declared to be a public purpose and a public use. Sectien 23. HOUSING: The Council may provide, by ordinance for safe and sanitary housing accommodations for families of low Income and for such pui pose may prepare plans for housing projects, authorize the construction, reconstruction, alteration or repair of any housing project or part thereof snd maintain any housing constructed or acquired by the Citv All property, both real and personal, acquired, owned, i.as.d. ranted or openated for housing projects shall i deemed public properly for public us. and the providing of safe and aanitai housing to families of low Income hereby declared to be a public use an I a public purpose. Section 24. HOUSING AUTHORITY: Tbe council may create n IfoUsin Authority-of suchnumber, termn un compensation of members m th Council may determine and may dele gate to the Housing Authority sue powers relating to planning, consli u, tlon. reconstruction, alteration, aocon moduli..us U ll>e Council may determine. Section APPROVAL OF PLANNING COMMISSION: No i en I |.ro|ertj or Interest shall be acquired fi or contracted tor housing or for an. housing project or any part there.i and no housing or housing pioj. shall be constructed or the construe tlon thereof contracted for, until and unless the location and extent of such housing* or housing project be submitted to the Planning Ci.mmsXHion and approved by such Commission, provided, however, if disapproved lo such Commlaslon, the Council, by majorit) vote of its members shell have |ow-er to overrule sui h disap'"section 2 POWERS OF COUNCIL IN REPLANNING AND REDEVELOPMENT OF NEIGHBORHOODS AND DISASTER AREAS: The Council shall have the power to adopt, modify, and cany out plans proposed by the Planning Commission for the rtplalining. Improvement and redevelopment of neighborhoods and for UM replannlug, reconstruction or redevelopment of any area or district whlcH may have been destroy ed In whole or ill part by disaster. Section 27. NEIGHBORHOOD REPLANNING AND REDEVELOPMENT: Any plan drafted by the Planning Commission for the replannln--. Improvement and redevelopment of a ncighborhisid. shall define the lor • tlon and boundaries of the neighborhood, and may Include the location of new ,,r the vacating, extension, widening, narrowing or relocation of existing streets or other public openspaces, the reconditioning of old buildings, the locution and extent and relocation of parks, playgrounds and other public recrentlonal facilities, neighborhood planning and landscaping. • location of utilities, building rstrictions. zoning amendments and an) other tvpe of chance and Improvement. of neighborhoods and the I sen lee 'f the powers granted In connection therewith in section 2 of this Article are hereby declared to be a pub! purpose and a public use. Section 28. DISASTER AREAS: Ala plan drafted by the Planning Col mission for the replanning, reconstruction or redevelopment of any area destroyed in whole ..r In pan. oi serlousl) damaged by fire, earthquake, flood ... othet disaster which is sub j.-ct to floods, shall in. lude the defl inn ..f the location and boundaries of the area or district recommended to b.< replanned, reconstructed or redeveloped and ma) provide foi the location of n.w or the relocation, extens, i vacating of existing stieets or other public open spaces, the U> tlon and general lype, i b.iract. i h height, and use ol the new h ,,, be ••:,-. ted oi pi : n Itted within • the i econdll Ing of old b ill ing, in be reconditioned, ths I Mon, relocation and extent of parks, ii ground.and other publli recreational facilities, the location of utilities, at I the building real and z.. regulations and an) other type "f p vision relating to the layout "i rebuilding, reconstruction "i redevolpinent of the area or district The replanning, rebuild a-i• onatt ui !'••" redet olpmi nl oi an) IUI i> area or %  tint and the Mel .i-e of the I 1 "" • granted In connection therewith In n it "f this Artlck ire hen declared '.. la public purpose %  "> %  •' public use. Section 29. PROCEDURE FOR ADOPTION OF PLANS BY COUNCIL: L'pon receipt by the Council of anv plan for slum clearance, rehabilitation of blighted areas, housli neighborhood r. planning and i •••!. opmi nt or disaster planning, i-.. mill mas adopt such plan, In accordance with the pi dure pt.--. ribed in this Chai ter,' pi.'\ id. .1 that no! • of the time and pla.e when and Where the plan will be considered for final passage -hail be aent by mail to the record owners of the lands and buildings included within the planned di-trlct. Any modification of such plan shall before passage be submitted •• the planning Commlaslon, but if d approved, the Council may n • so. h disapproval b) a majorit] t of Its members. ARTICLE VIII NOMINATIONS AND ELECTIONS Section 1. Municipal Klectlons 2. tjuallfie.l Electors a. Districts—Election of i 'ouncil t. Regulations of Elections o. Nominations 6. Preparation for C-n Count Klectlon Polls .lie. king the Returns Voting Machines Public Supervision and Information \... ancles in Elective Offices II. Absentee Voting Section 1. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS: All City Councilmeii who now hold office by virtue of an elect "ii duly held under and pursuant to th laws of the State of Florida and ordinances of the City of North Miami Beach, from and after the date .-n which this Charter shall become law, shall be. and sre hereby deemed to beCouncilmen-at-large. The Mayor who now holds office l>y virtue of an election duly held under and pursuant to the Uwa of the Slato of Kan-Ida and Ordinances of lha City of North Miami Heach. shall. from and after the date on which this Charter shall become law, continue :. % hold such office and serve as such Mayor up to and including April 30, 1956. The first regular election, under this Charter, for the choice of Mayor, City Clerk, Tsx Assessor-Collector, and for all members of the City Council, shall be held on the first Tues.lav of April, 15. foia term as provided! in Section 1. Article II of this Charter; provided, however, the reaped.v* terms of Mayor, City Clerk. Tax Assessor-Collector and Counuilmen fiomt Districts 2 and 4 shall be for four year periods expiring on April 30, l0: and provided, further thht the tei n i of Councllmen from Oiatiieta 1. 3 and .'.. shall be for a period of two yeSrsj and shall expire on April 4, IS&S. d provided, that thereafter, all sul -c7. S. t. H). II.



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i. PAGE 8 C IntiitfP"-*"*" LEGAL NOTICE quenl I .-. A Z^DAY^jJ %  %  PUBLIC SUPERVIolON .FORMATION \i • >• Ii ilc. regular!) h i entitjaa LEGAL NOTxtl %  %  %  the • % %  of the I shall be deem. %  Section „. OF COLNCILMEN .... i X Till i.i the • % % %  the Cltj the Cltj N >rtn M v.,i.i %  %  • f Xorl m boundai • DISTRICT t: Begll Sccliol IHIUI %  %  witnin me cemrm in l tn Inspect nil nr'"'*•• • ...I with-ut tnterfer•r nt the who "hail be %  %  II I II view ,-onl ilnen nn.l i tlniM • ....... %  ........i s. s %  %  • M rt • N' t of t he XI %  • South. 201.29 feel ih. ii W sterlj feet Soul f the Soul N • if the XE'i of th. su %  ', xi-: %  .ii.. r\ I • i.i I thei \..--•. tf-Wa if the M the SW %  : the .- the NE'i if Recife East. iteel Ka-t lin* of the W i '.'. th* i: • DI be. (• ..'-i: Bo itherly alone -.i d Booth H !•• ..f the N\\ ', of I hi NW of the >i: : of S, : i%  Westei... aloi % aid Ho ah lint In* West line of th. lt-52-42: thence Xorl In V.--' 'o.. • • •, %  .*, t n I the East Right-of-Wa) line of the i So Itl %  < -•• %  • Kaai Right-of-Way line tn ih. Interne, tlon of th. proje. I on ol ih.North I ne of Lot '. Bli eh :. Boulevard Sul.l < ht-i>fway fine to the South line of Lot ; Stock 1 aforesaid subdivision! thence Westerly alone -aid Routh line to the West line ..f \„ x -, ; v.„.h^' r "-'"t "Mvlslon: I Ji,I i"'", 1 ; -• % %  ''••'•-•'*•' iuhdlvi•'. '"'!'.', %  N """ III th, H of the NEW of the NW^ of Sec. i NWS ..f Section 2I-S2-42 thence fVntej of Bectlon •l-sj-42: thence Sfe line of the ,.'„••'. %  %  • • %  -52- to the .", v N I thn.e Snnthwai .,! %  i -,' f "'' measured N l£ < '-av -' %  "i I" il of R iu nU?"{h 'to to the Of Section U.-M.1J; lh [,^ w s r]y \ %  i T ONS: %  • %  | H rut wh.'ii mill .il i.slntalnen rtg .it tio.i.i foi |>. : I at n iff. .i> .i .nt ami • :.. •f the %  | f til.%  • b) the i • • on II VACANCIES Hmen.lm.-M <•• thi. Ml of aoucht. '" *'" %  "• I r. r il_ shall Ihei, and slsn.i .,. !" J elect. MH maklnit uk SSakJf OIOV.,1 I, ,k Official sh.li be ,i 11,1 "' %  naSS speclfl. ., #& mi names of n,, HECi-LATION OF ELEC12; thence s ......IK m* .-nr. r %  %  11 il. H l?-ri2-42; v. hlch i:h;...int of b. DISTRICT 3: n ^: ih* ranter ••( ,< %  ih. n %  Bo itherl) ti %  n oi & Houtb Una ..( th* N .. of Ih. >': ol -. 1-52-42; then.-. Wet %  Jons aald South lin. -oiith line ..f the N' 3 ..f n,,. > "f the H ol .%  .. v \..-| line ..f th* SK-. ..f g ._ Hon.* Northerly alona said Weal Im* to the South In ,,: • S i : ol the SW | of ... .. II thence West, ri) nlonc asid th lin* to th* West line of the ol the NEN ol "• .-w Be. ,2-41 then X. rtbe afaina *al lin. %  %  .. %  !, || na „ N '\ v '< of B. i: ,„..,„ „ western along said South lin* ,.f %  West line oi the K ol the sw>, th. >i:-., ol th* \\\ ,,, s .. ,, '• ''••"' Norther!) al. ng said U.-,!,,,.. ..;„.. s ,„„ h „ nt ,, M| A V %  % %  ';!.'"•• NW i. thei ,* Westerly .il..n K s,iul houth line tp the West I f „,.. '-.of th* N|..-, of th. SW. of th :;V'V .''.'.''; ,,' ; 'Y ;:: '' %  "2* hiraTi*; d.y.*"a*tir'tjV % %  "' r ihan th. .... ,, sasBBsi need no held M^,*r ',•""' hlmaell i i,. i.-d .. ,T. h rl. I.*..,, .•!.,,...,North a ..'.. ;;^ b* h*l,| 2m fesjmn : rs of the .ity of North Miami Beach, and deiHisit slmultanenui tneresrtth a aval'•"" %  I *'"' -' foi the. candidates 7, !" Ha uid •... %  H Ii. .HI for ..II ..th,-, provided. :.... that a quallfMsj i* %  all not be r*. ereb) d.-r-lsr,^ t„ t>e hp for .my elective office, of ternporart ''? k 'V ^'iine: In the r ''not.-.! • ,| ,.„, ,,„ tth ;,. h | ,. ,, ,, r ,, vkle rt '.''"irack >i n %  "hat the .-||> CrsaBrU Is II.W.10,, Bonrd. Clvtl Bervtre B | P""er t nforn, W M ss |in.-..-i.ir H.. orrttner to the ptovi-i.n. for ., reg ula r *4~-ti..n Section tl ABSENTEE VOTING: V" Mrovuloru, ,, f -. „ lf i gi %  Klorldn •jtutes aiorndnienta be the jnd of similar i-apacity. thi, *„ all"., shall not I.*,,,,.., i luslve, but simply esplanajor) lion th* ,.|.. t.„, lrf |.,iti„„, \. ndment of IVt,,,,.,,, •ertlfl. in.,.i of ll-ferendam lvtitiun 'deration of .-.mncll -s..,n t„ electors Fnrm "'. inltl Knreh -1""-^ ""••itmn of Ihr JhWliJlJef£I2B P0 ^t: All pise. „, ,, %  ;„• % %  *"" sd in.., i r, ^.., %  •lose J heeaoi .„ lhl ,. Seet.on • roSJ-L'?'"! '' "— -.„„:, ,;,.!-*,;, • ; UHSr* 1 J"ght.aaJJ whk-h such removal 21 ooptea of the i~t„L", tllrofl... egj pMlttoi signed and fn*,| „ h l** thirty (201 d ,„'V,tj affidavit Th. |*|, ,' k, Jnr.nlgh.il he .UiW| ist*r*.l x..t,., ,., ,. "• Cltygj^imrge. .i.-.*,u* the off,,*, .. ~ ln Y of sub-s.-..,.., ..,, ,;k turn, whtcl hnve been q hut genersl munin^| to ea.-h such sis nature all the silaee .,r r*.hl*, 5. giving the street ana .£3 description suffleMSM t. utace> of Ini-in... „ r r_ |M-tlt|oill Su, h Mtwti nil be ..n on. shall make an ,.lf,dji nature append genuine afefnai name It porp. i call |>a|H-rs shsll |„ ft-T struinenl i> r' "li of th. i persons ... j \\ It bin I. %  .,'tn-J T uhethi ,. '1 • 'I ind • %  wltl l>etttlon i nrrUiln I. n I'd I | ; i-i ed hei. 'citu! I '-r. US, %  tkri ibtm iiffi. and wl Is filed If III. • • ..11*1 lion shall I. be sum.-Inn h. -nsllsg, with his c. i %  ell at Its next : *gal*r shall notify the Couaaggl 11 men or other elsrtisi %  .If. Who*. su. h action Thi thereupon. \mt ti ten till rf.-eltn of the ... Ifi der an election to be than tweiri l runfMl days ih*. ever, that t so. n re.— mtistersd rnten of the less of the In-' • era r>>sl.le. shall be rs, thru\t.f.,r : agalaar arh n eai rwsauval is suugat.' officials "ere in IHe fllw eUcii-e) by LHstri further pnnide.L howeter, ..Iher innniclik.l ess. tha within alxti l#l dais oaCpt of said cei ttfkSS isii .11 may in Its tUarrathg) the hoktsne of the rrs..n the date ol ,.-6 .der rleclksn. The Councilman nr C ntht-r etoctivr sffsrer %  *•— %  s n — bl may resign st %  the eiectl.r n fie". will be deeiiie.1 va. sot sal and shall he filled sa 'h> provided for I %  reeaO. the form f the aa %  early as nraetkai "Hhall "A' be -lle4 .1 •II" be recalled'. ". the officers bep ( issata place itl "A and "V The vuter hnll indKSh by ••YE*" or SO If a majority ol the %  *• he la favor of such reeaais shall isasseulat... derassl vacant anal pr.eed '" J"J In tha raaaaer |,i*oW"* llUUur a/ vacam res is ehas asss! J •'llUUur of racan. *at the CIU of North %  I'rnvltfed. h.ie\.r. !" shall two conan-uii' recall of the HU" < elective Officer I* h eal.J <*) saoaitha, and er**sns. that no Catgavilmsa <* %  ufflrasr ahaU be sui.je.-t %  Thirty tin I 8"'''"' "'JJ Section J. POWI" <* %  ? OUM: The eie. I •• •' "*J power m auuruo '•' ''„ al any Ordlaaare l-*^^LSJ aoy .TOiaeare i -' ;_al submitted by the lessrr. of the electors, ev.-rpt "H Martian 10 IRKKKKKM'I ORIHNAN.KM """' | .. keM' ,.,aiBas is miniSAN t'lssrtrr. such i" the referendum to the Council b) '"!"*3 and itaaead b lhf "T",, change shall be -'^.i3 dum in the same HISMS. (ii.llaan.-es Will, n """a after the eaactmenl i "Jj ani .n.l.n-ri. %  .-I h 1 JaU referendum, a (•• i '":","^S fled electors .rf the "'Si Iwr tn at least ten If*_r3 of the registered '"'"T-j" ding regtilsr -T"^ •tuestlng that ",'?aas eli her reneale.1 is %  '•'"" of the electni Sect ten 4. FO-M TI COMMITTti ON W m pelM on paper'(assi poaea of InllU' I Ise uniform la ••',.. fat papers shall ""'"JT the pr..t-.-e.| >*"fS lures to IniiH" tlons nee.l not be *"/S oapei. but "' ..Jaa there .fall IHattachj** it,,, garttoa Each flJJJJ %  ..HlL.n lulllrl •HM>a*IUr



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TAHY 15.1954 ,AL NtfrtCE rtltlon Attached to each %  ton paper there* ahull be bf I he circulator thereof Jhe only. personally clr%  oregoing palter, that It %  tee number of MIKIIH I Insignatures ariiemled %  maile In his presence. %  believes them to be the %  at urea "f the P*RM the> |iur|>ort to be. -TILING. EXAMINATION fIFICATION OF PETI%  t it Ion papers comprising u referendum iM-titnm |nihld nil fled with the one instrument. Within ,l,i, after a petition Is _|v Clark shall determine III papar Of the petit inn I meiit i.f the drcula"the petition IK signed hv lumbar of f. If a petition papar [|„. sinned by more pernumber of signatures I the circulator, the IBHI \ ,-,.f the number cerillsreg irded. If a pctlf< HI iiit In be signed by than the number ccrtiiturei .-liall be accepted [en Other grounds. After Is examination of the City I'lerk shall certify hieiif to the Council at In meeting. • If he Khali the petition IK Insuffi%  II Bel forth In hlK cert IKrtleulara In which It la shall at once notify the Ii ii,.Petitioners of his MENDMENT OF PETI. II II.line in letelendUm mended at ani time .inifi.-r notification been tent by the Mini! 11 supplementary -1 papal ."lR-ned I 1.1 .III i 'ity i "lerk Khali, i day* after such an Hied Mil,.examination in. %  i-Ion and. if the kt.il InKuflclent, he -ii.iii %  i!,, urn affect in |i • the Commutes i.f i.f his findings and no Khali I"bad on such The finding of the i petition i-ball not flint Ol i new petition p II iioai (EFFECT OF CERTIFIREFERENDUM PETI.1 referendum petition, petition, ii defined In tillSection, hHK been Minn u-iit by the City %  d.nan. • specified In the |l ii..i go into effect, or thereunder Khali he ,i ih til ha> • gone into land unleHs approved by ahel .in.ifter provide*!. CONSIDERATION BY gThenever the Council relied Inltl itive or referenfrom tinCity Clerk. It lai ..in % %  to < onalder such iposed Initiative orUIItie read, ami provision for a publlihearing osed HI dinnn.-i-. The %  bike final action on the fct later than sixty I till) file date on which such Bull be reconaldered by land its final vote U|M>n let.in-.n shall be tipnn the %  all the Ordinance specl1 Keferendum Petition lie [SUBMISSION TO ELECCouni ii shall fail to pass pr..posed by Initiative Ishall pass ft in a form I'm thai set forth In the pfor, or if the Council .. rfei i rd nrdlnanoa, the -i ordinance Khali to thi • lei tora at larite. kn thlrtj i"i da) a, nor Uxl (SO) .1 iv s from the pin. II takes Its final vote .mi. il ma). In its diafular election is h' ''in it] h pal I'.'l. pi o\ id.I tun FORM OF BALLOT FOR AND REFERRED ORDI%  ubmll ii-.i to in accordance with and i .-f.'i .-nduin pn.\ Ii Lai Ii i shall be submit title, which ahall be prel ha I >e(.al I llielit i.'In i pi tncipal legal adCity. Tin ballot title may from the legal title of any 1 or rclerred ordinance a clear, cone lee stateil argument or prejudice, of the sniiKtance of such he ballot used In vntinjc liii.ii.. .• If H paper ballot, low the ballot title the .positions, one above the order Indicated: be Ordinance" and •t the ordinance" at the left of ea.cn propoahall be a miuare In timg a rruaa fX) the alec•• for or agKlnat the Ordlnitmbrr of ordinances may t the name election and utted on the aame ballot. • %  r ballot used for voting HI be fur that purV'we only. niiirs are uaed. the balany urdlnanoa ahall have "ie two propoHitlonK. [the other, or, one precedIn in the order Indicated, > tor Khali lie given an opvote for either of the gtlons and thereby to vote "t the ordinance. Ml. AVAILABILITY OF JUALIFIED ELECTORS: I II Or group requests %  tun |M,se of circulating the matter relating to the o be voted on. the Hoard IT the city clerk or other frtinenl or agencv of the I the list of qualified alecicrmlt auch organise*M> to copy the names and ft the ipialifled electors or ^ilh a list thereof, within is from KB Id request pRESULTS OF ELECi majority .,f the electors at 1 on a proposed Initiative nan vote In favor thereof, feunon. laan ordinance A referred Ordinance approved by a majority of is voting thereon ahall. deemed repealed. If connances are approved by "' "e same election, the ng th,greutaat number •ncr A*br, PAGE 9C .„„ ARTICLE X RsvllnJ^* 1 NISTRATION Section I. Division of Assessment IToperty subject to Tax. method of Assessment "oard of Assessment Ret. :i. 4. 6. 7. *. 10. 11. 12. II, VIL Hoard of view; Cu LI i. I'll .ii.... d of AssesKment Kepowers and duties e Hearing., on comi'. ..its Appeal to ConriK Dlylalon of Collections ollector's Bond Taxes payabla when due I reparation and Deliver) of Tax Hills Ixi.-nsion of Tax for i urlent year on Aaaeaamenl %  tolls Description of Tax Hill t iffice of Aaseaaoi Coll., tor ksSasTaT-m D,V '. 8I ,? N OF ASSESSMENTS: ih.-ie shall i„. eaubllahed In the Hepartni.nl of Kinance a Division Of Assessment, the head of which shall be the City Assessor ".. i niw ...-•,.,. IIW worn i real and personal proBarty On and as of the first day of January of each LEGAL NOTICE %  *l'.' ori -..| |.( II. H| Aaaeaaora duplicate. The asKessment roll shall I... avallabls for piil.li, in spe.-iion during the period from the H'th day of July to the loth ilav of AujKuat. Section 3. BOARD OF ASSESSMENT REVIEW: Th.r.shall he a Board ol Vaaesamenl Review to be composed of the City Council ilttlni %  pacifically f.i thai pui i Section 4. BOARD OF ASSESMENT FVIP\A/' PnuuEDC lUh niiTir.. accnon m. ouBU ur ASstsMgiMT REVIEW: POWERS AND DUTIES: The Board of Aaaeaamenl Review shall have in., pi.w.r to %  at iteM.w on oinpiaint of property o n. %  menu f.n the purpoee of taxation ol leal and pels..nil propart) within the cil| mad* b) the City A (b) AdmtliiHi i lathi id Take Testimony Id) Hold II. ai i. I Adopt legulHtions regarding the procedure ..r Aaaeaamenl Review, Section 5. PUBLIC HEARINGS ON COMPLAINTS: Beginning with the i.'.th day of AuguKt of aai E flat .ii year, and aa long Ihrreaft.-i as may be n.eesHiiry, the City Council, sitting as a Ho.nil of Assessment Kevlew Khali hear and determine the complain! ol any person In ielation to the assessment roll Complaints to the Hoard of Ass.-ssni.-nt Kcview shall be In writing and under oath. Hut the procedure before Kuch Hoard shall be Informal and of a nature calculated to effect Justice as simply as possible. Hearings upon complaints shall be halo In the order received and as promptly after the filing thereof, aa posalble, aod the determination of the Hoard of Assessment Kevlew ahall be made within ten (101 days after such filing. Such determination shall be Immediately certified by the Secretary of the Board to the City Assessor, whose duty It ahall be to mak such correction upon the aaaeaament roll and duplicate, aa the Hoard may determine. Section APPEAL TO COURTS: Appeal from the determination of the Hoard of Ass.itu.mrnt Kevlew may be taken to a Court of comitelent Jurisdiction not later than thirty (30) days after certification to the City AKsessor. Section 7. DIVISION OF COLLECTION: There Khali be established In the Department of Finance a division of collection, the bead <.f which shall Inthe CM) Tax Collector. Section 8. COLLECTOR'8 BONO: Ih. Collector shall, before the deliver) to lit in ..f the Assessment Roll. rive siiiely bond f..i the faithful perr..rin.in. • "i i. duties, Including compilau•• with all controlling p* i of law baarlng upon the function-, of his office, ill a form approved by the Stale Tax Ciiiiimlxsloner. and in such sum. not less than the amount .sial. IlKhed by the foliumsi i as shall be fixed bi the Council. Section 9. TAXES PAYABLE WHEN DUE: Taxes shall be payable when due Section 10. PREPARATION AND DELIVERY OF TAX BILLS: A%  DOS as the duplicate Is delivered to the Clt) Tax Collector, he shall at once begin work of preparing, completing and mailing or otherwise delivering tax bills for the fiscal year to the owners of property assessed so far as such owners are known and shall complete auch work on or before the first day of November. The validity of anv tax or the time at which the aame shall be payable shall nut be affected by the failure of the olk-ctor to mall or otherwise deliver a tax b "saclan 11. EXTENSION OF TAX WOW CURRENT YEAR ON ASSESSMENT ROLL: l.'pon adoption of the current budget by the Council In accordance with the procedure prescribed in Article IV of this •"harter mid the determination thereby of the amount to be raised by taxation, the Director of Finance, or other author Ity. ahall have caused to be extended on the assessment roll and duplicate the amount of tax computed main each assessment at the rate neceaar> to raise the required amount. Section 12. DESCRIPTION OF TAX • ILL: Kach tax bill shall contain a statement of the valuation Of tn property against which the tax Is leyled. and the r.sll %  •?' %  "' '"'>",! : W A Section 13. OFFICE OF TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR: The Office of Tax Assessor-Collector may he held bv one permm until, by '"""'* ".( the City Council, the Kaid offices shall be sepal Ited. ARTICLE XI PUBLIC UTILITIES Section 1. Definitions __.,.. 2. draining of franchise J. Conditions and Transfer of FYanchlae 4. Rate baae; valuation I Kates: Annual cost of Service and sliding Hcale Kaals t. Records and Proceedinga •• Itecapture M„I g. Batabllshment l a "J^l dually ownasl and operated IfTll.lTinH ^ I Competition with Prlvate. iiened aad operated ,0. Mwietoal Utility Omanlaatlon U. Financial provisions 6sction 1. DEFINITIONS: As used in thla Charter, unless the context clearly requires some other meaning: %  > '* < OBt of Service" means all reasonable and necessary expenses. taxes and other proper charges, and a return of six per centum ( %  ), or the actual aveiiige annual cost of necessary total capital to the utility, upon the net capital Investment in the case of utilities operating within the franchise terms of this Charter, or. In the cae of other utilities, ii|K.n the net capital Investment or other fair rate %  deiern 1 l,t negotiations. arbitration .n litigation: ii.i Nit Capital Investment" means th.actual ami reasonable coat of ail Propertlaa ami capital outla) uaed ami usetui foi service within the Clt) accrued depreciated as deti less mined lit reguliii a. -counting procure, plus working capital neceesarll) supplied by the investors, applicable in the operation within the city: HI "ReproducUoh Coat Appraisal" the reproduction COM, less depreciation of all used and useful property, as determine,I by a physical appraisal, plus working capital necessarily supplied hi the Investors. In determining reproduction coat, appropriate unit prices shall lie established for each class m properly in accordance with proper inventory „t the properties Reasonable allowances shall be maile for normal geii.-ial construction overhead coats, not included in the unll prices The depreciation deduction shall Include both physical and functional 'actors, and (hall lake due n of the differences between the existing property units anil atailahle modern units, Including the difference in maintenance between existing aad available new units. No additional ai pwancea shall be mad.for franchise vain., going concern value, or other Intangible Items nol n n %  ting the actual uiin i imped capital cxp.-ndlI'lf.v Section 2. GRANTING OF FRAN. CHISES: The Clt) shall have power i" maul a franchise to an) private corporation for the use ,.f streets and othei publ ways In the furnishing of any public utllliv servlci to the Clt) and to its Inhabitants. All franchises •mil anv renewals, extension and amendments thereto, shall be granted only by ordinance, A proposed fran. his.ordinance shall be submitted to he Mayor, and he shall rendi i to the Council a written report containing i e, oiiiuienda t long thereon. Section 3. CONDITIONS AND TRANSFER OF FRANCHISES: .ai Ever) franchise or renewal, extension or amendment of a franchise hei. -after granted shall (1) Impose upon the utility the duty to furnish proper service at a minimum attainable cost under proper organization and efficient manaiieiii.-iii The City shall have the right to require such extensions, additions, Improvements and replacements of property as will result In economy or Improvement In serviic. and It may Issue such orders with respect to safety and other matters as may be necessary or desirable for the community. (t) fix the rates to be charged by the utility for the different classes of service and reserve to the City the power to revise such rates at the end of each calendar or fiscal year. Much rates shall be sufficient to cover the cost of service us defined In Section 1 of this Article. J) Reserve to the City the right, at any time after five C>) years, to revoke the franchise and purchase all the properties of the utility at a purchase price equal to the net capital Investment, or us to any property Included in the purchase for which the in i capital investment is not aacertninable from the accounts, at the estimated actual cost less accrued depi .latloll. th) No franchise shall be transferred hereafter by any utility to another without the approval of the City, and as a condition to such approval all the terms and conditions of this Section shall be Included In the transferred I I .1 '! %  III.si Section 4. RATE BASE; VALUATION BOARD: ii net capital Investment 's not accented as the rate base by both th,City and the Council ami by a public utility rendering 'service within the City but not operriting within the franchise terms of this Article, the City's ageiu v for ..public iitilitics, referred i" w Section 6ef this Article, shall negotiate with., such utility for the purpoee .f aataWlahlng a rate base considered fair and reasonable by such city agency and the Utility. Adequate technical assistance shall be made available to the Agency. The result. If any, of such negotiations ahall be submitted to the Council for approval. The Council, either at the Agency'a reconimen.latlon or on -Its own motion, may have a reproduction coat appraisal, as defined In Mectlon I of this Article, made aa an aid In negotiating a fair rate base. Jf no agreement between the (fearer il unit the utility la reached In a i—armable period of time, the Council aaay enter into an ajsressmeut witb the amity to su Inn It the question of rate Saxee to arbitration by a valuation beard consisting of three members. One member shall be appointed by the utility, one by the Council, and the third by the preceding two. The third member ahall be a person of recognised training and experience In public utility valuations and shall be known to be fair to both private and public interests. Adequate technical assistance shall be available to the Board, and a separate set-up of unit prices, general construction overhead and depreciation shall be prepared on behalf of the City if considered desirable by the City's memlspr, the City's I'tlNty Agin, v or the Council The Hoard's findings shall be final and bin.ling upon I h. i itv and the utility Section 5. RATES; ANNUAL COST OF SERVICE AND SLIDING SCALE BASIS: The rates of every privately owned public utility exercising a franchise granted 'pursuant to the terms of this Charter shall lie annually revised and adjusted on the basis of cost of service and operation within the City. Bvery other privately owned utility shsll be subject to the regulation of Its rates by ordinance upon the same basis to the extent permitted by and In conformance with the provisions of Oeneral Law. The Council shall annually enact proper ordinances and shall prosecute or cause to be p ro s ecuted sll appropriate proceedInjrs seesre the State Public rtllitl.s Commission to secure such rates for uuawntrs at large and for the City The isuatrementa of this Section may be met by provision for a sliding scale of rates wherein for any year the exresse return above the coat of service shall •* d1vle>dtn a fixed proportion between the utllKy and consumers LEGAL NOTICE through rate reductions applicable to the succeeding year. beet ion sttCORDS ANO PROCttUINGS; (a) The Council shall establish or designate an Agency of the City tlovci II II i. in widen snail assemble the facts which are essential to proper deteruilliailoli ol cost ol servo e and the fixing ol rea — .nabl.rai-s Such agency shall have and keep up to dai.m Inventor) of the propert) uaed In puba.iv,.,, ii,, ,,si oi sueu properties as actually and i .-as..iial.lv incurred or as fixed by appraiaal, .i,until.lie and retirements nuuie eaoli year, the deI alioii, and all m. liters thai enter IlltO tile pelio.ll. aJ I e.oljll-l lllelll of lli.< i.il. base. It shall have povvci to make, and shall eoliducl. all I hspe I i,,n.-. ami examinations ol pulnuutilliy propertlaa, accounts and records neceasar) or appropriate to earn oul the provision* ..I tins Charter. At the eioae of each calendar or fiscal year. It shall make a i ompi ehelisiv e r.-pi.i I ami recommendation to the Mayor and the Council The Major sholi thereupon make s.-pai ate recommendations to the Council, which, after lec.-lving them, may proceed with Informal negotiations or with formal proceedings. Bvery public utility operating within tinen., shall tarnish t" such Agrn.-> regular reports as to c.ipiiai outlay, propert) retirements, operating revenues, operating expenses, tax. and other accounting matters according to the standard accounting classification issued for such utilities bv the State Public Utilities Commission. In addition in..Clt) may retnilrs report regarding salaries, wages, empli contracta, service performance, and all other records of op, ration thai pel tain to prop.-i rate adjustment! on the basis of facts and regular administration. 11.) TinAgency established m designated by the Council shall also make appropriate efforts t. obtain prop, r annual revision ,f rates of private Utilities which do not operats under the franchise terms of this Charter, and which are nol %  ubjeel t" municipal regulation by Oeneral Law. It may Initially obtain proper surveys of operating expi nai tax* and other charges, and ..f the net oapltal Investment in the properties used In public service within the City, and thereupon mav endeavor, through negotiations with the utility, to obtain proper rate adjustments. Tindetermination of a rate bass shall be mads as isl forth in Se.-tion 4 of this Article. If It cannot obtain due agreement It shall r.i.a complaint anil petition, to the State Public Utility fominlsslon for %  formal rate Inquiry. In such pi oe IUIL'ii shall represent the consumers at large and shall prepare and present In due l.-gal form all the evidence With respect to cost <>f service and other elements as required In the public Interest. Tt shall obtain all requisite flats for successive rate revisions, and at the end of each calendar or fiscal yeat It shall endeavor to secure any revision of rates Indicated by the showing of facts, and If necessary shHll proceed again with a request for formal Inquiry by the State Public 1'tilItles Commission. Section 7. RECAPTURE: Whenever the Council shall determine, and In accordance with the franchise terms. the City may purchase the properties of a privit.lv owned public utility, and may Include In such purchase proper ties located outside ss well as within the City. The purchase price shall not exceed the net capital Investment, or the rate base, established HS herein described, for any properties included In the purchase for which such net capital Investment had not been provided for by previous franchise grants The City may areo condemn any public utility properties pursuant to the general condemnation provision of this Charter. The 00*4 of proceedings for acquisition of private properties by purchase or by condemnation shall be pnlil In the first Instance bv the private utility, but shall be Included In the price or award paid h.v the CitySection 8. ESTABLISHMENT OF MUNCIPALLY OWNED AND OPERATED UTILITIES: The Clt) shall hat.th.power to own and operate any pubUc utility, to construct and Install all facilities that are I eas. Ul Iblv needed, and to. lease or purchi existing Utility properties used and useful in public service. ThClt) ii aalso furnish service in adjacent and n.-arby communities which mav I. conveniently and economically served by the municipally owned and operated utility, subject to agreements with such communities and subject to the provisions of State Law. Council may provide by ordinance for the establishment of such utility, and shall also be submitted be and approved at a |K>pular referendum; provided, however, that an tirdlnance providing for any extension, enlargement, or Improvement of an existing utility may be enacted as a matter of general municipal administration. Section I. COMPETITION WITH PRIVATELY OtfVNED ANO OPERATED UTILITIES: If a municliwlly owned snd operate utility would cover service areas already supplied by a privately owned aad operated utllltv, the City shall make every reasonable effort to purchase or lease the existing properties that are used and useful before underteklng any duplication of properties or service. If th. properties of an existing privately owned and operated utility cannot be acquired at a reasonable purchase pries an the basis defined and provided for In Section 7 of this Article. the City may proceed with an Independei and competitive municipally owned and operated utility. The City shall however, take over such competitive private properties when a reasonable purchase price as heretofore defined Khali be acceptable to the private owmi pi.-v Pled that. If the Cltv has already incurred duplicating of construction, such cost shall be deducted from the purchase price which otherw Ise would be nroperlv paid. Section 10. MUNICIPAL UTILITY ORGANIZATIONS: The Council may provide for the establishment of a seoarate department to administer the utility function. Including the regulation of privately owned utilities Such department shall keep separate financial an.l accounting records for each municipally owned and operated utility and prior to the first day of November of each year shall prepare or the Ma tor In accordance with his sneclflcstlons a comprehensive report of each utility. The responsible department or officer ahall endeavor to make each ntllHy financially self-sustaining unless Council shall, by Ordhtance. sdoTit a different pollcv. After providing for depreclstIon accruals snd smortlaatlnn of bonds, and for reasonable BcwimuIsti.m of siirrdus. the utllltv shall anply all annual profits above bond InLEGAL NOTICE terest to rate reductions, particularly for promotion of utilisation and for advancement of the economic and social Interests of the community. The utllltv shall not be operated lor the benefit of other municipal functions, and shall not be used directly or Indirectly as a general revenue-producing agency for the City, but it may pav to the City such property and other taxes as arc normally placed upon private business enterprises Section 11. FINANCIAL PROVISIONS: Th.City may finance the acquisition of privately owned Utility properties, the purchase of land, ana the cost of .ill construction and proper!) Installation for utility purposes by borrowing, in accordance with tho provision of Article V of this ''barter. Appropriate provlsioni shall be mail., however, for tinamortisation and retirement of all bonds, pursuant t. th.provisions of this Cnarter. Such amortisation and retirement may be effected through the use of depreciation finds or other financial resources proyided through the earnings of the utility. ARTICLE XII SUCCESSION IN GOVERNMENT Section 1. Assessment and tax Collection in first Fiscal Year 1. Rights of Offices and CmplO) es preset | • .1 3. Continuance of Present Offleeri 4. status of officers and Employees holding positions when Charter takes affect Tiai si.i ot Records and l'i opart) 6. Continuity of offices. Departments oi agencies 7. Continuance ol Contracts and Public Improvements Pending Actions, and I'mSection 1. ASSESSMENT AND TAX COLLECTIONS IN FIRST FISCAL YEAR: Th.flrai fiscal J %  anil hi b -' i lion I, A ticle m of thla Charter, shall begin on the flrai day Of N'-v. ml.el and Shall end on the last aeh calendar ) • Section 2. RIGHTS OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES PRESERVED: Nothing in this Charter contained, except as specifically provided, shall affect or impair the rvhts and privileges of officers or Employees of tho Clt) or ol anv Office, I 'ep.ll t lllelll or Ageni nt: at the time when thla Cnarter shall take effect, or any proa of law in force nt the n this Charter shall lake effect, and not Inconsistent with ih.provisions of this Charter In relation to personnel, uppOlntmenta, ranks, grades, tenure of office, promotion. removal, pension and retirement rights, civil rights, or anv other rights or privileges of officers or Kiii|.l.i\i'i-s of the City or anv office. Department or Agency there* of Section 3. CONTINUANCE OF PRESENT OFFICERS: All persona holding administrative office at the time this Charter takes effect, shall Continue In office and In the |erfnrmanre of their duties until provision shall have been made In accordance herewith for the performance of such duties, or the discontinuance of such office. The isiwers conferred and the duties Imposed upon any Office, 1 lepartmeiit. or Agency of the City by the Lews of this State shall, if soon office. Iiepartment or Agency of tho City be abolished by this charter, or under ItB authority, be thereafter exercised and discharged by the Office, licpnrtment or Agency designated by the Council unless otherwise provided herein. Section 4. STATUS OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES HOLDING POSITIONS WHEN CHARTER TAKES EFFECT: Any person holding an office or position In the Classified Service of the City when this Charter takes effect w*ho shall have served In su, ii position for at least a period ..f three months shall be retained without preliminary or working tests and shall thereafter be subject in all ..is t.. the provisions of tills Charter. Other persons in the city service at the time this Charter lakes eff.it shall he regarding as holdimr their positions under the piovisioii.il appointments Section S. TRANSFER OF RECORDS AND PROPERTY: All reel.Is propert) and equipment whatsoever of anv Office, Departmenl or Agency i.i part thereof, all the powers and liiiles which are %  BShrned to any other Office, Department or Agency by this Charter, shall be transferred and delivered to the office. Ilepartment or Agency to which such powers and duties are so assigned If part of the powers and duties of uny Office. 1 P.u i uu-iit or Agency or part thereof are, by this Charter, assigned to another Office. Department or Agency, all records, property and equipment relating exclusively thereto shall be transferred and delivered to the Office. 1 icpsrtment or Agency to which such powers snd duties are so assigned. Section S. C O N T I N UITV OF OFFICES, DEPARTMENTS OR AGENCIES: Any Office. Department or Agency provided for In this Charter with a name, or with powers and duties the same or substantially the seme aa those of an Office, Department or Agency heretofore existing shall lie deemed to be a continuation of such Office. Department or Agency and shall exercise Its powers and duties in continuation of their exercise by the Office. I >epai ini.-ni or Agency by which the same were heretofore exerrlsed and shall have power to Continue any business, proceedings or other matter within the acopc of Hs regular iKiwera and duties commenced by anv i iffice. 1 N'psrtment or Agency by which such powers and duties were heretofore exercised. Anv provision In anv LEW, itulc. Regulation, Contract. Orant or any other document relating to such a formerly existing Office. |..i'.irtment or Agency shall, so far as Is not Inconsistent with the provisionof this Charter, apply to such Office. I>ersrtment or Agency provided for by this Charter Section 7. CONTINUANCE OF CONTRACTS ANO PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS: All contracts entered Into by the Cltv. or for its benefit, nrlnr to the taking effect of this Charter, shiill continue in full force and effect. Public Improvements for which legislative stepK have been taken under law or Charter provisions existing at the time this Charter takes effect, may be carried to completion as nearly as practicable In accordance with the provisions of such existing law and charter provisions; as for example, as It relates to the municipal waterworks system, ss reflected In "An Act re-ensctlnr Chanter 28418, Special Acts of I"orlds. I94R". Section %  PENDING ACTIONS ANO PROCEEDINGS: Vn action or proceeding, civil or criminal, pending



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+jtwtetn&l&2L PAGE 10 C ,„.. time when this Charter shall n\ ••! .M... .,.,,,„( shall '"' IS ."VJ'.',. ,„ %  Sffiofi pan.' ,, A V or ..n... tned or trai i %  Depart" !" t event I ..I or defended bj the h i ., Department i %  huh sui-h fun. lioiiK, l"' J* ha"" % %  v ,., under this charter. ARTICLE XIII DEPARTMENT OF LAW r':-n I. CITY ATTORNEY : APPOINTMENT • ci'i'V ATTORNEY Ul'ALIFICATloNS MTV ATTORNEY I >Vt %  KRS AND Ul'TIKH I MINi'llAI. Jl'IKJh: AP I-OINTMENT .-. \l IN l< 11' \ I. .11 I >i: t: Ul'ALIFICATloNS i; Ml Nh'll'Al. .IM WWKI1S AND Ill'TIES Section 1. CITY ATTORNEY: APPOINTMENT: There shall be .. He.Mim.i.i ... Law, the he. • -hall be the l"lt> Attoi ney. who shall .. Appointed b} the fit) Count I Section 2. CITY ATTORNEY; OUALW^ICATIONS: The CltJ Attol %  ,-v to quallfN for such i" ..' an .i.i"i ne.i -at-law, and %  • the Hoi Ida Bar In good standif Section 3. CITY ATTORNEY: POWERS AND DUTIES: The Ity tlornc; shall iii"legal adviser ,.:ill Offires, Departments and Aaiities, and ol the < >rr;. %  %  i -^ and Emloyees of the I'itj ol North M lea. h, relating to their offl. lal puwa md d itles He shall represent the 'itj In ..II legal i .edlngs It shall .. hl dutj to !-,-. foi m ull -• .,-.-.ii to hit |S he iiulred bj the Statutes, bj ii..I i ... bj '".'..,nee. Section 4. MUNCIPAL JUDCE: -PPOINTMENT: Then shall be :i luni. I|KII Judge, • l,— i| mew mil i. mail, b.i the Mayui Sect,on 5. MUNICIPAL JUDGE: QUALIFICATIONS: The MUI %  i and a, II, ng .•'.. nej -at -law an i i en bei of a good ding Section 6. MUNICIPAL JUDGE: = OWERS AND DUTIES: It shall be .dul of th. id t. t less tl ... %  It t..x. and I ARTICLE X • GENERAL PRO Si %  %  \ 7 A • Sect on • CJS---':-"-' ;' %  TENDING 9P:s: osc • %  • %  more tl VI • Sections PLucf E;:D4 All r. %  gens latlve of I %  : %  %  • Intended I Section 3. PERSONAL INTE C £~ Dfl er oi Empl %  %  %  reasot %  Iny willl stall ,|| I ,..!> 'Ill ,' I I, S3 %  ,-.. ,. OFFICE LEGAL NOTICE i .CFECT OF THIS FRIDAY, LEGAL NOTlql • %  %  • %  '• %  %  n this %  <.. -; : • AVEND'NG THE CHAR%  %  li %  % %  led bj • %  • I • ihi I %  • %  %  %  > %  IX of I i. b] milimil proend ..... IDV I \ endment lo thr elevturs \...eti.lmeni „.gi regujaj l shall • .. ,...,,. nor MM isrnt) i i i .' %  •> ti .in. ....,. ,., mi. ydrm-nl St si. illed MII.1 held wllhI ... lea* Own ... su.-h election p, of he ,. "" elect lo If %  I • UK .li-.. ;..,. Of the five,I therein ,„ | SUITS AND CLAIM! AGAINST THE CITY Xo .ull Stall mains! I hi CItj 1st (...lure %  ti. ., Ilt;,..l in) sl.levladticl l.tldge. ..... %  ... IM • i< ii % %  • .• %  *}. *•> %  ""' I'HTII? %  ,l „ ,f. II mill. • I sue* rtam, .!,> %  after „| ,.,. In jut) ..II. K.. I. VM., „., u. h s.i.h ,, lo Hie It... i It in %  *-'Ull en. .• ,i investigate and no rardicl staJI ><> given f .... .....'.lint ex. I damages <<• Ita ,„„.,„ ,;.,:,.., i.i.. ... s..rh Ih. part • %  ( the < ti>. '' l "" 5 ,"". .1 .,,, .hall ,•'••<••, M II 1...II M ti„ i-it> Attorney, opoa not I, to ,t ..n^-e nd l.iy the sll>! the evKlen. • %  • In a i.u-'. I-• %  .,., : i i it .'.. ,.,. il shall have ghl nd apon the i itten renl in t. It stall ,„ ,,„ ,i ii .,( ,hifii> Council to mattei and .t ... >>. >•> .. Me set,.,..,. ,H „,. %  > he l City I ouni II ana the red ,.e,l ngalnst ,1,1,1 i,i oblil ,i anj .. an K %  ,. i %  ill stall ta i yea; Kftar >ieh debt "i ool f .1 >"ii. M of the ...i>.ut of ht tl h "l.images Ithln ihlrl %  there d with the i %  % %  the siting forth h laltn, and atan i dorumaata the basis of .n\ .11 .lt he taprun agt.m-t th..... '" nays after .S^M claim. ..„., .,,."'' fS City ... %  tlS if an > .e, t„;,ro r A A *u| shall t. ,,..,., ,,;.H( shall ,. • •f sis M that ai, "" n %  HMTJ9 In maanfng .,„, ^""9 tl.m ..i i.... I h..M„„ This di:i(i rharter .,( I Beach, Ho in..in.i, ., '"*[t on ,, • I: x """" -n uVl ol r> // r' s ii.n ., Clyd, It. H I /e/ Pran i. I N ""'" > nj ••lal alactlon ill i„ „,J*, North Mlam ,,'. I... k A M ml M..1..1.,. I II MM %  HALL Tin: PRopOfgl rHABTEK or TMI:,.;S| MIAMI I5EVCII PwiT THE CHARTKIt P.l VTML ITKSfA.NT Til THK erJl TIIK STATI: up n n cxisrKMi i i\ In i\|. M> M'PR('\ : %  AND TI:|. APPROVI msi Jan li. •::'. The ragtsti illoa \mt>{ Cit v \ ill rei .:n f| of register.nt anj perasl vote at su. I." el. tl r,t\ .'le-k n the i Miami He.,, h th.,.ugh Jan Sundays and lug the huslt • hutj Hall, whi.h .... >AJ Persons p qualified I.. '. •ed VII'.. .IMA Vf> Jan T.. B, I I Of LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS N THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No 31887-B Re: ESTATK OF WILLIAM SCHI %  AI I A rnons Havi' %  • and* At %  Si. I %  t..tr. tnd ei f you tlfii i to present i whlcl oi iher of • • WILLIAM SCHKRER, de...... ... ... ludgei .ade < file thi offices in the Ooui i irth. I %  Ithln eight %  d from th. I'rst l tion Is %  and presented as al %  %  ,-.i I... •• •• V.T) I REI1 St'HERF.R AI. • and ... %  • • WILLIAM SfHKRER I 1 KRS, HKIM \X ,v KAPLAN nil • e of \V Ilia 1". %  :•.'.."• 2 -, LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE n. % %  SUIT FOR DIVORCE -TA PR \\i't:s UKItKY .•noun i... N .,,-•... \ While I'laun, .V a fl V .,••!... I •.... r Von in l l i igaii • %  nd .. ,... quired to w I '. %  ll :_ %  1,, Ih.. 7: 'I ,.". ..,, %  I ..,... %  < ,..,n( | •:.. : Name Htntut. h| r. WII.I.IAM H iiri.l. soli i SIII:I i....\ i.fiti in in l> I.I.I. \H IIII I.I,. I KHKI 1"..N hl'ltLKR, M t IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No 2'668B I.. ESTATK OF HENRY S RI'BIX 1 %  • i NOTICE TO CREDITORS nd All r m ll i\ I Clalma or Iiemands Against ,|-.. .1 I !••: foil, and • %  h ol in and require I I and d. mai n .II have aa nst the MEXRY S RIBIX .,.. ., •ate of Hade • • r rjrida, to the ,',,•, v ?li AN+0! i ""' FRANK I. i"A\ LINO .ni.it> Judges of l',,i.. %  junty ..,.,.1 rile the same in theli of. 'i-e III the County Courthouse In Hade • ouiily. % lorida, a-Uhln eight calendar n onth* rrom the .i:.te „( the first r>uoi .. tion hereof. Held claims or .le. • ';' ."•"'.iin the |a| addreea • r tie I'lalmant :m.l to be sworn t.j and presented as aforesaid, or Mine \\.'. ,"i ^"'fed. --ee Section 120 of thJ> %  11 olmte Ai-t. Date January ti. A T i.-,4 ELSIE '•. RL'KIN AH ,'^ t outrlx ,h List Will arul Testament of .rv..„. ,!"'-NRT S KI.'BIV, Uereased RRRKJK. SHAPIRO & PWED ..... K %  1 l IEW ISH FLiK| i nriNi v\i, oRiiKRi • P LEATIIERMVN i %  dt i l >ade Count Bj M c riitKi v i,i:'x. ^"' %  % %  • %  i IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLOrTToA T ^r, No. 77119.g RE: ESTATE UP *£& BERO, Deceaasd NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL „-_ DISCHARGE 1 n "i* t Sa 'i ,e 0,h d v •* eSSy; -• %  as Administratrix of the ll. ThZ'-^l "r? •" %  •eased'"' *'" This ,th day of January, IH4 PAUJOT^ JfeSmfflgfi" TMfSSEi for Adminlstratrix i i-. t !" V" ??i*Miaml !" ,, .. ZELLE PEPPER HELEN KARRI.. >..;,. ownei i II kROLn ZINN attorney I I I ;. %  N THE: CIRCUIT COURT OP THI %  'Ketlll-t %  '' 'UN }\. Hi'.iiir,' i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS V T, ,. NAME LA W NOTIi E IS HEREBY CIVI S • Court .,) i, '.• I K .... fiii 1"' I %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No '64*93 B In Re I I \ll. IIP Al.iitl.i. l;.i\. HERNSTEIN, k Al.l-Kl II R ItKRNHI KIN. a.k.i \ It HERNSTEIN, I nd A i • >n %  Haviua Claim* .i l>..uti.i AgMlnst rwid E ^ • f are hereby i Da am— aav snda hi. h you. or mai have aaalnst the •f AI.KItl I. RtlY BERNI i AI.EKEH It HERN!>TEI\ v it IIKBNKTB1N, ...tv Plorable fount] Judges t (le the same In II • i .... ikouas 1 I I I. Mllhin eight from the date ••( the %  • Said lalms to -HI., ir> the legal adlid lo be .TM ented i Id, ot • \ I' IH".!. ImlHiTHY III RNKTKIN I •• 1 IV .' the |^lt Will %  ,,( AI.HIKH RuY IIERN8TRIN M.PRKIi It liKIt i A It ItKltNMTKIN, SHE.NER ,. HPIELKR **""* ," • Miami, Ila. I.x. %  LEGAL NOTKt NOTICE UNDER FH NAME LAW NOTICE IHEREBY i tlie undersign, I de.ir husine- unl. the fkrtlt WHEEL INN UK.-TA11 W. PUgL-r Ktreet, ii ukt name ith the rult t'outt n( i MM..S AHA VKMCI.I.A MANPEL 1.1 I Attornav for A|.nlleaW C23 W. PtagUr Street ^-COUNTY JUDGES COURT RE: BWATE^P*"" NOT^OV^TE'NTISN^'MAKE This and diy g r^wnbgr. IHI RCTNER HCTVK, ^ T N SM1TH %  %  %  If yu (..ii i. ii t c do •i.•(•...I. i lir'i "AX K .MiAiTt I "" ; v'.'":"'i IT P'aint.ff NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ^Si!St ra sr ffi" LSl?Ndr? QMS "< SHOP, at 7-int in A N POKPEE intends to renter iV "' ll, ""-vard '•"erk of the ('irCrr, %  •"" w,lh "' '•"Utity, Florida. C Urt of "--I' MAC MERMEI.I C,A B AM CORP. U0| Or m. y ,or A J?f"^.int NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS N AMC tAW I N W -,!,!.. K S "ftrTgr i, of th. < %  ..„?, cX$'* f w l?>' t >' 9*? Horlda. or ^ad* Count>. fssisu ''A.t;s ki ,:7, "Aiuu MTJ u,rX.'" CUIT COURT OF THI rns?r. J U e?J C,A1 CIRCUIT IN AND fSM D rc D ol COUNTY, FLORIOA IN RL'TH .., ,. N0 mm loNK'K ICOLAVITO. ORDER OF PUBLICATION .". v; N1, K "i-wno .. :""•! ... N. that im!* E n:l;, -"V KonraoD •"I f fi.mplalnl f,„ l-lvorce led agafnal yog. an. •-I to M ve .. copy ,',.', \':; % %  %  % % %  the li.n .f Com. • %  > lalntlir* atloroev. And file %Uial Answer ,„ „,. ofrk .. ,., l'-f..,e Ih.'l ,L cu '""f'.i '' % %  "r .el..,, ,|,e I.,,, )U> „ f KehrUM*. Ii4 I'll ?."* "L' *•"•• of iii mXd ee 1 ^"..'.:,^'-1 '' -^nasionDated thisi Ulh day of January..t4. LKATHKHWA-N. ull Court ^**i iLnaa, Florida. • %  "•"• ^ of I>-deT'o' u „',7 ::^ie„ wn :--i, T1 ,„. :; i, u ,,,_"'"•• owner "• %  .-•. i AM'^T; r„V A ^ n.,,. T 1/8-13-22-88^ U l '""f" iJn. Inc. <8aall %  il.t.i;,ii; j TA| A |7 n !" r pl "tKf kJSiBpfafc** ^arS^T** 1 H Z£" TO "AMI "I'd m | £| l 2fiLl w ,h t I bar. Hn.1 I'-uib.;.. •f r, ^ Ml '*aB fa* Thl. uth 4, >cNn Attorney, (,,,, NHMJ ".R NOTICE UNDER FM NAME L*W NOTICE IS HI I" the undersign. htiglneaa im.t. I INTERNATIONVI, IN/ AUKNiY at H J Miami. Pla in'en.1 t' name with the iTeli J I'.iUIt of I'll' a vit.ci.w u HIT i. Mji 1 Vi.NZAMr I KI'.AVITIAttorneys ( % %  \i|.lle*stt till BeAirlt) M i>ii-;;n — NOTICE UNDE riCT NAME L* NOTICE i> I"*? 8 '! the undersign. I '•-; n "*i| bualneaa und. 'i.e '^'.""TJI %  HCOMIti i: v T r-,iL} s.r...t. Miami I'" f,"7 later said na.-.e ;m'"J; ilr.ult Court of t— >-" ""• CAJU-TLEOAtl* nw.vi i: I R KATKRH Attorney f... \ |*S3 Congress nidi I i tt-lf — f '• INT^O^g., IN ANO e-OR 0*?!, FLOBIDAt INPROfATI." In Be: aWTATEiVF^ SAP.AII BBRNHTOJ, To All Credit. >' %  %  ing Claims or Iienuast Estate: ,_. You. and esi h of jo* notified and ie^"ire i^ rlsims and demands either of yon. ">' $£. estate of SARAH ''^ roaaad kste of New Tjr* Tot*, to t*e "^'' !" fldll e. oC DaeJ* Count*. sarsr la tfealr affires m tne aegdst ••"/>/ "" id etalas> er *"C • legal gSdr-ofUK Ae> AgcWary dasjxgttlt" Am. MANN* tTr AncUlary %  Vl ,. RETNII .e-YNiiP*.; MMSR T JatBi IIKRMAN K. H^h* Attorney for AW" 0 4I Unrots Rd l/l-I*-M-Mi



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Mj ARY 15, 1954 -JewlstirkrMlM PAGE 11C NOTICE h>ER FICTITIOUS JE LAW (KHI:HY GIVEN that d.-xlrlnx to engage In kliirii-lltluu name of pKUS, at ll) E. 24th Kliirt'la, itii .-n. 1 %  to In,, with ths Clrk of Till f Dade County, [y LONDON I jiih Street. Iflaleah 6, LEVINS, ESQ. ii I'lntera kd. Miami Heach. Kla. JIT COURT OF THE JDICIAL CIRCUIT IN fbl COUNTY. FLORINCERY. No. 1*5211 RIIIX. J'lalntlff JN. Defendant. |V PUBLICATION I %  ( H IN Itreet New York tl< notified that a mil |fi.' Invoice haa lieen and you are re>p] of four Answer rai'l Hill on plaintiff's |HU i.\ S MII.I.KK. 420 llaml Beach, Kla.. and with the Clerk of the |nn <>r before the 9th y. ISM, otherwise the |lnt will be taken aa u mil. Florida, thla 4th >•. I I'M. f| I.KATHERMAN. rk of the Circuit Court, |e i •unity. Florida K. H. RM'E. JR. Deputy Clerk [TO CREDITORS ITY JUDGE*' COURT >R OAOE COUNTY. PROBATE, No. 11720S Vi: OF S'liLFI'. P—— t ml All Feraona Hav; or Ifnaiidi Aj jalntt ch of you, Are hereby quired to peasant any Hand* which you. or jniav have agatnt the JAM WUIJTF. dun— troamtir. Florida,, to [(•i-mty Judgea of Da.de %  lie the BUM In their [••ounty Oonrthouae In Florida, within eight h* from the date at the hereof. Maid claims ronialn the leg*! dinuNnt tuid to be eworn aa aforesaid, or earn* 21, AD. 1M. th A. KIMME1., cutor of the Laat Will %  tament of 1M WOI.FF, Deceased. EKNBERG kecutoi |IT COURT OF THE JDICIAL CIRCUIT IN IDE COUNTY. FLORilCERV. No. 1660M JUKKNltERO. IlalnUff E1CNHF.RO. Defendant. pY PUBLICATION UREBNBCRO kw>f>ne boulevard lll, long Inland. (y..rk. HKKEHY NOTIFIED Complaint for IMvorce agalimt you In the mum* and you are MI to nerve a copy of the Rill of Complaint uttnrneya, and file the office of the Clerk of burl -.n or before the %  unary. 1954; otherwise. i ConfeMao will be enterbu •hall he published once four conaecutlve weeka riSII Fl.oltlDIAN. la ml, Florida, thla 23rd nl.-i i;i.-,3 H I.i:\THKRMAN. rrk, riroult Court IVM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk ^ lilt \ MII.I.OY Plaintiff Building, Miami, Fla. JNOER FICTITIOUS IAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that laja to engage In fi.-lltli.ua name of l''Ti:i„ at 945 IVnnayl%  Mlaml Beach, Fla.. fn1 r "aid name with the ircull Court of Ihde i. N\T'< BBNVBNUTI we owner) OARS, Attorneys Applicant %  Kiel" St. JUNDER FICTITIOUS INAME LAW liRRBBY GIVEN that 'I. '!• Miing to engage In er lb,, fi-iIti>ujt name of -,5,','i u ,; PIERCE. C UNO AGENCY, at SeyJ. Mia ml, Florida, Intend fc'id name with the dsrk H' "Url ..I Ihtde County, W B I'lERCE (4) .. %  i ,:,v l r TKH <*> pMj W. K. IMcroa %  Wi'. ENTION ORNEYS! Yne 2-4366 Rood Company Announces Tropical Highlands Homes Rood Construction Corporation, under the active management and direction of Colonel Nathan B. Rood, longtime resident and builder in the South Florida area, announced this week that its 126home development is under way at SW 85th Avenue and 41st Terrace. The development is known as Tropical Highlands, a site on high and dry pine land. Rood Construction Corporation is attempting to incorporate in these homes all of the features that their experience in the building trade and their contact with the public has assured them are musts for Florida living, according to Col. Nat Rood, president Each home is on its own lot of 75-foot frontage, contains three bed-rooms, two baths, eight large closets, storage and utility room, aluminum jalousie Arnold windows, terrazzo floors, Ventflex closet doors for mildew-proof storage and two large space heaters in addition to the 40-gallon double element electric hot water heater. The homes are going for $11,800, with earner and extra-sue lots slightly higher. Every lot is completely landscaped with concrete sidewalks built in. A new elementary school is in the immediate vicinity, as well as shopping centers, bus lines and all the things that add to a genuinely fine osmmtmrty. Cost to the buyer actually is less than 99 per square foot, according to Col. Rood, for the building alone. Financing of the houses has been geared particularly to the veteran, who is required to pay only $650 down, with payments of $74 a month, including principal reduction, interest, taxes and insurance. Even the $650 down payment, which includes closing costs, may be paid off in installments until the veteran takes title. The San Juan Realty Corporation, at 2821 Coral Way, has been appointed as sales agents and anticipate a rapid sale of all 126 homes. Rood Construction Corporation has built many of South Florida's housing developments, including Anderson Heights, Broadmoor Manor, Futuristic Homes, Churchill Estates and Durham Terrace Projects. Colonel Rood said, "It is our constant goal and aim to build the finest home for the money. We use the best of material, the best of fixtures and hardware." Licia Albanese to Appear with Opera Guild January 19th in Madame Butterfly Oka is Speaker Judge Kenneth Oka will be guest speaker during a meeting of the Friends of the Seven Lively Arts on Friday evening at 2100 Washington Avenue. Chaim Rose is chairman of the affair. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 165110 STEPHEN ONACILLA, Flaintlff LOUISE [* ONACII.l.A. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: LOUISE l. o.VAflLXA 1*6 Avenue A Baynnne, New Jersey _.-._ YOU ARK HKHKIIY NOTIr*lr.I that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce haa been filed again** you, and you are required to aerve a ropy of > %  "" %  Anawer to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce "ii tin' plaintiff'* attorney;. OENET e> OBNjfF.* 4XQ Lincoln Road. Miami Wench, FTorlrtH, and file the Original Aaawer In the < iff Ire of tlic Oerk of the ciiiuft Cfttirt, r ,,V fore th.hid da) at ivi.niHrv. iaf.4. or a p... Pro %  "iiic % % % %  '" "ill oe entered aicaint V" ... .... 11 \TI :i i a< Miami, Klorlrta, tma Hin "• •' "• .r'.r I\KWI.M>N. Clerk, Circuit court, Dad* County. Honda. By: K. II Hr.i:. Hi Iieputy Clerk (Seal) \ I -I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HHltKHY CIVKN that the undet lned. deairlng to encase In uiiHlnenH under the n. tltl.iuii name or PRICK i-WIINKT WORKS, at lSJo N K. ItSrd Street. North Miami. Florida. Intenda to reajlater aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of ^nK.TT; i^ss"'.N"T: B TRiE 8 INC. HtiMRK U MARLOW A ^SSTtJSL jnduatrl^ 4nc ... ii ffort Amum. Wkwi, nst*ia ialM B. Orr, Jr. Orr Mokes Bid For May Primary John B. Orr, Jr., 34-year-old attorney, announced last week he will be a candidate for the state legislature from Dade County in the Mar primaries, seeking the seat of Rep. Dante Fascell. who is not running for reelection. Fascell has announced he -will be a candidate for the congressional seat of Rep. Rill Lantaff, who is not seeking reelection. Orr is the son of a pioneer South Florida family, burn end educated in the Greater Miami area. His parents came here in 1910, and 40 years ago his father founded what is now Miami's oldest contracting firm, John B. Orr, Inc. The young attorney was graduated from Miami Beach High School, where he was president of the student body and captain of both the football and basketball teams. He received the AB degree from Duke University and, after serving with the US Air Force during World War II. be enrolled in the University of Florida and received his law degree in 1948. He has practiced here since, with the exception of 1951, when he was a member of the Tallahassee firm of former United States Senator Claude.Pepper. He is now a member of the local firm of Morehead, Forrest, Gotthardt and Orr. Orr's mother is a niece of John Seybold, another South Florida pioneer, and his uncle, Alexander Orr, Jr., is a former mayor of the City of Miami. 'j He is married, has three'children and lives at 3538 Crystal Court, Miami. In announcing his candidacy, Orr said he will -make reapportionment a major objective if he is elected. "As the biggest, most dynamic and fastest growing county in Florida, Dade is entitled to proportionate representation in our state's law-making and governing operations," Orr declared. "I propose to give aggressive and vigorous representation to all of the people in our county. I will work to see that they get a fairer share of returns from the state from their tax contributions." Licia Albanese^ the radiant so-' prano who will be heard in the > Opera Guild of Greater Miami's presentation of Matiame Butterfly, scheduled for Miami Beach Auditorium January 19th and Dade County Auditorium January 23rd, is now one of the shining stars of the Metropolitan Opera's constel-: lation. But that she became a singer at all may be considered remakable, for as a child in Bari, Italy, she was considered the one non-talented member of a family, all of, whom played some musical instru( ment or sang. At first, she practiced singing by heraeU from the scales that were' being taught to her older sister. Her singing debut was made at a family concert, but she was so shy that she sang with her back to the audience. However, it was enough to convince her father that this voice had a great future, and he urged her to give up dancing which had really intrigued her and to study voice. After years of study, Mme. Albanese made an unexpected and unexpectedly successful debut. She had gone with a -friend in Milan to hear a performance of Madame Butterfly. At the hot moment, the lead soprano was taken ill, and the frantic stage manager learned that there was a young girl in the house who had studied the role. She was brought onto the stage —and has naturally felt ever since that Butterfly is her lucky role. Her call to the Metropolitan came in 1940, and since then she has sung many and various roles, and was one of those selected to sing in the first Metropolitan telecast. Three seasons ago, she realized her lifetime ambition to smg under Toscanini, when the most famous maestro of her native counttry engaged her for the leading role in his two broadcasts commemorating the golden anniversary of the premier of La Boheme. The other feminine lead, in addition to Mme. Albanese's rendition of Cio-Cio-San, will be Metropolitan star Thelma Altman, appearing in the role of Suzuki. The men are all from the New Mmt. Utim Albanett York City Center Opera Company —Jon Crain,* who'll be the Lieutenant Pinkerton, Luigi Vellucci, the Goro, Mac Morgan, who's doing Sharpless, and Edward Doe, the Bonze. Emerson Buckley, who'll be back for his fifth consecutive season as Opera Guild conductor, will wield the baton for the chorus and orchestra composed of 150 members. Also a many-times returnee is Tony Stivanello, the stage manager who has been putting the Guild's operas together for eight seasons. The local production staff includes Bruce Davis, chorus director, William LeDoux. assistant chorus director; Lina Maddaford, pianist; Harry Joslin, stage manager; Jack Schleeman, scenic artist; and Walter Grossman, associate conductor. Magazine Awards Gould Homes on Kitchen Planning The January issue of Woman's Home Companion magazine carries illustrations of Erail J. Gould's Watersedge Subdivision at NE 91st Terrace and Biscayne Bay. Gould is president of Housing Engineers of Florida, builders of the subdivision. When he announced plans for Watersedge, Gould submitted his kitchen plans on five of the model homes to the. home equipment editor of the magazine, asking for frank criticism. According to Gould, he accepted a n umber of suggestions for changes in the kitchen layouts. The January issue incorporates the^rearrangement of refrigerator, sink and range that Gould accepted without question. Each of the five model homes has been given an Award of Merit for good kitchen prancing. Monterrey Motel Opens on Causeway An exclusive area for estates and costly residences — the Venetian Causeway—is now the site of Miami Beach's first centrally-located motel, which opened officially last weekend. Known as the Monterrey Resort Motel, the new motel features resort hotel facilities, including swimming pool, central air conditioning and heating, coffee shop, lobby and game room, waterfront fishing docks and its own charter fishing boat fleet. A cocktail lounge and additional rooms will be added to the new motel next Spring, according to its owners, Arthur Courshon, Michael Steckloff, Jack Gordon, Jack R. Courshon and Milton Gaynor. The Courshons and Steckloff also operate the Neptune Resort Motel which opened last June. Bob London, who worked at the Carousel Room in New York with Milton Berle for two years and two years with Martha Rctye at the 5 o'clock Club in the Ted Wills Quartet, now appears in the Zodiac Room at the Delano Hotel. f H Students Appear in Kwiial Joan Cornberg, pianist, Marion Seifert, lyric soprano, and Betty Keator, flutist, were presented in recital by the University of Miami School of Music at Beaumont Hall last week. All three of these students are members of the local chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota, professional music fraternity. Miss Cornberg is a pupil of Jeffrey Stoll. Miss Seifert studies with Robert Crawford and Miss Keator, with John Paul Murphy. In addition to performing a group of solos each, they presented a closing group of compositions for voice, flute and piano. Accompanists will be Betty Haseltine for Miss Seifert and Alfrieda Ford for Miss Keator. ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-4366



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1 3^* I + leittrkriJLl?L FRIDAY, FAGE 12 C JANUA^. Vote As You Please, But VOTE ON THE PROPOSED REVISEI ARTER City of North Miami Beach 15. 1954 GOOD Citizen!


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 15, 1954

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
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Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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i^wiislbJEIIiDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
JME 28Number 3
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 15. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
isenhower's Silence On McCarran Act Denounced
President's Civil Rights Statement is
Confined to Armed Forces Segregation
tei/yen Sftifeeh
. mttH with Byreade
111 at War:
mcernShown
is] US Moves
\o Arm Arabs
WASHINGTON (JTA) Di-ap
pointment over President Eisen-
hower's failure to call for revision
of the McCarran-Walter Immigra-
tion and Naturalization Act in his
State of the Union message to Con-
gress was voiced this \veek in many
quarters.
The President's stand on civil
rights was also criticized as failing
to go far enough in prescribing
definite actions, and his statement
on American Middle East policy
failed to allay doubts widely held
that the Administration's "new
look" on the Middle East would
not work to the advantage of Is-
rael.
The President's silence on the
immigration measure was com-
mented upon by Senator Herbert
H. Lehman, of New York, who re-
gretted "very' much that the Presi-
dent saw fit to omit any reference
to the need for drastic amendment"
of the act.
The Jewish War Veterans, in a
statement by Harry T. Madison, na-
tional commander, termed this
omission from the message "dis;
appointing." The organizatiop de-
clared that the President's leader-
ship last year in bringing about'
enactment ol iiarpaaan f
VSHINGTON (JTA) Israel
kmatic representatives express-
es week the concern ol their
rnment to Assistant Secre-
of State Henry A. Byroade legislation, "had stirred hope that
reports of impending Ameri- j the Administration would take the
military aid to Arab states., next logical step, which is a badly-
| Israel's request, Mr. Byroade needed revision of the McCarran-
for over an hour with Minister' Walter law to cleanse American
upotentiary Reuven Shiloah immigration policy of the taint of
President's message that "while
the President vaguely referred to
progress made in the field of civil
rights, there is no reference in
the message to the need for fair
employment legislation and other
Federal civil rights measures. In-
deed, his report and recommenda-
tions in the civil rights field are
bare and discouraging."
The Senator stressed that Mr.
Eisenhower made "no reference
whatever to the need for recover-
ing ground already lost in the
field of civil liberties and in broad-
ening the horizons of individual
rights and freedoms."
Aid to Israel
Circles in Washington concerned
with economic support for Israel
paid particular attention to the
portion of the President's address
which read: "The forthcoming
budget message will propose main
jtenance of the Presidential power
I of transferability of all assistance
funds and will ask authority to
merge these funds with the regu-
lar defense funds. It will also pro-
pose that the Secretary of Defense
have primary responsibility for the
Continued en Pag* S A
President Eisenhower confers with Harry T. Madison, Jew-
ish War Veterans national commander, on a recent occasion
in Washington. Madison this week termed the President .5
message to Congress "disappointing."
Col. Chaim Herzog, chief mili-
attache of the Israel Embassy.
Tin Israel diplomats sought clar-
laiion of State Department plans
[ship heavy munitions to Arab
iue states still in a technical
of war with Israel. An issue
ilso raised concerning the re-
nt intensification by Egypt of
Suez Canal blockade against
tad.
[Alter the meeting, Embassy cir-
made known that it will be
|cessary to have further discus-
Continutd on Pago 5 A
N Pushes for
|I)irect Parleys
NITED NATIONS (JTA)Unit-
N'ations Secretary General Dag
lammarskjold consulted this week
tith the American. British and
Iher delegations at the UN in con-
ilion with a reply he received
Doni the Jordan Government to Is-
rael's proposal for direct ,Israel-
llordan high level talks to review
me armistice agreement.
Jordan's reply suggested that
luch talks be conducted through
llie Mixed Armistice Commission.
lie text of the Jordan commr-iica
lion was withheld from publication
o> the UN Secretary General who
s understood to feel that it is
a definitive answer and de-
ified to pursue the matter further
nth the Jordan Government. Mor-
rtecai Kidron, member of the Is-
Irael delegation, was received,
(meanwhile, by Mr. Hammarskjold.
It is understood that Mr. Ham
|"iarskjold was strongly advised not
I' release Jordan's reply without
me covering statement from him-
I self as to the future course the UN
was to follow in the light of Jor-
dan'i position. It was stressed here
l hy all quarters familiar with the
Mtuation that the Jordan reply
'"uld not technically be called a
rejection of the Secretary General's
| bid to a parley with Israel, bat an
evasion.
injustice and inequity."
Omissions Hit
(The New York Times reported
from Washington that controversy-
over the McCarran Walter law "be-
gan anew on Capital Hill" because
of the President's failure to call for
revision of the measure. The dis-
patch said the President was ac
cused of failing to fulfill promises
made in his 1952 campaign for a
revision of the act which at one
time he said implied a "blasphemy
against democracy." The dispatch
also referred to charges that a
"deal" had been made to abandon
any attempt to revise the act at
this session of Congress.)
The President's reference to civil
rights were confined to a state-
ment that segregation in the arm-
ed forces and other Federal activi-
ties "is on the way out" and that
progress towards its abolition had
also been made in the District of
Newlsrael Bond Issue to be
Floated; 75 Million Sought
NEW YORK (JTA) A new Is-
rael Bond Issue to raise $75,000,000
in 1954 for the economic develop
ment of the State of Israel will be
floated in the United States soon
after April 1st of this year, it was
announced at the close of a two-
day leadership conference here of
the Israel Bond Organization.
The $75,000,000 issue will be part
of a total issue of S350.000.000 to
be sold in the next few years to
A decision was reached to con I up to 75 percent of their par va je
vene a three-day National Plan
ning Conference in Washington,
D.C., on Friday, March 26th. to
initiate a program for mobilizing
Jewish communities to participate
fully in the economic expansion of
Israel.
The Development Issue, which
is to be registered with the Se
curities and Exchange Commission
at any time within that period
Religious, charitable or educa-
tional organizations which purh
bonds with funds intended for US*
in building or construction \ .A
have the right to the return t
these funds for building or c n-
struction purposes at any time 1
may be needed prior to matur.'.y.
600,000 Bonds Sold
Owners of Development Bor is
will be able to convert them ir.:o
Israel currency at any time for Le-
Columbia He described these as ; the Government of Israel which of
steps in the continuing effort to ficially authorized the organization
eliminate inter-racial difficulty" to continue with the sale of Israel
but did not outline further steps. Bonds in the Lnited States, Can-
Senator Lehman, a leading advo ada, Latin America and other cour.
cate of civil rights legislation, tries where arrangements can be
commented on this phase of the' made to market the bonds.
in Washington. B.C., will consist
enable Israel to achieve economic I of 15-year coupon bonds bearing
.ndependence through the expan- j four percent interest per annum _
sion of its industry, agriculture and I and 10-year savings bonds, appreci j ve|opmg Budget investments in U
ating 50 percent at maturity The i rae, or for tourtst expenses. A
coupon bonds will be issued in de I ..hf(> jnsurance- feature of t'.ie
nominations ranging from $500 to bonds win onaDie the heirs or e.v-
$100,000. The savings bonds will ,.,.,ors of tne original purchaser
begin at $100 and go up to $10,000. j l(J redeem tne bonds at any ti-^e
A $100 bond issued in 1951 will wllhin two years after the death
entitle the holder to a payment of of ,h(> oriSinal purchaser.
$150 at maturity in 1964 Both Through the first Bond brae,
principal and interest will be pay- known as tne independence Bur. i
able in dollars.
Israel Development Bonds will
be non-transferable for the first
five years. However, purchasers
of the new bonds, subject to limi-
tations to be stated, will be eligi-
ble to obtain loans on their bonds
commerce.
Conference in Washington
The decision to embark on a new
bond effort, to be known as the
Development Issue, was made by
some 200 community leaders and
members of the Board of Gover-
nors of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion on the basis of the action of
Issue, subscriptions amounting t
more than $161,000,000 were oh-
tained in the campaign that has
been carried on since May 1, 1951.
The sum of $41,237,100 was obtain-
Continued on Peoe t A
Austria Rejects Joint Claims Proposal:
Jews Ask for Stolen Property
JTA
WASHINGTON Austria has
rejected, in effect, joint proposals
by 2^2 major Jewish organizations
and the Federation of Austrian
Jewish Communities in the dead-
lock on Jewish claims. The Jews
sought for some time to aid vic-
tims by reclaiming the value of
a small fraction of the loot stolen
by Austrian Nazis. There were
painful months of negotiations.
At first, Austria conceded in
principle "
Then Secretary of State Dulles
announced the temporary sus-
pension of aid to Israel. A move
which, in the opinion of some,
encouraged the Austrians to feel
the United States was less con-
cerned about Jewish interests in
other parts of the world.
Chancellor Julius Raab abrupt-
ly made known that further dis-
cussion of heirless Jewish prop-
erty would not take place until
six months after the signing of
an Austrian peace treaty. The
Jewish organizations took strong
exception to this attempt to link
the Jewish settlement with a the-
oretical peace treaty which may
never be signed. East-West ten-
sion indicates little chance for
such a treaty. The Western Pow-
ers have notified Austria of their
support for the objective of a
mutually satisfactory settlement.
Principles on which Jewish claims
were based were recognized even
by some ex-Nazis in the Bonn
Government and are embodied in
international agreements.
The Jewish organizations took
the strongest exception to Aus-
trian Finance Minister Reinhardt
Kamitz' allegation that Jews Ml k
to discriminate against non-Jews
by trying to aid Jewish victims of
Nazi persecution. Jews who ne-
gotiated with Bonn urged ar-
rangements for the benefit ol
Continued on Page S A
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Ann mm

by cam] man A
Kanner. The division w
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mun i in the
campaign, it
peal officials.
Announcing Shochet's app
ment, Kanner paid tribute \ his
many yean
worker and leader in the rank- oi
the Combined Jewish Appeal.
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am confident that the new General |n|., wi
Mobilization plan Will grow and g |iU],| .., Dad,
succeed under the able direction
of Shochet." said Kanner. "The
community is most tortunate to
have in their midst civic-minded
and sincere people willing to de-
vote their energies for the strength-
ening of Jewish life in this city.
years, Shochet has been active in
numerous civic and religious or-
ganizations. He has been on the
Board of most every institution and
agency in Greater Miami. He served
with the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation since its inception in
1938.
rael s economy, aid Jewrj ovi m -
and support the 54 national and
Greater Miami institutions which
serve men, women and children 365
days a year"
Dade County will be divided into
the following area-: Miami. Miami
Beach, (oral Gables, Hialeah-Miami
Springs, West Miami, Flagler-Gra-
In 1952. he wa- chairman ol the
Metropolitan Division, and in re- nada. North Hade 'including North
cent years has been an energetic Miami Beach, North Miami and
member of Federation's Board of Golden Beach) and Homestead
Governors. Executive Committee South Miami.
and the important Budget Commit- A campaign Cabinet made up of
tee.'. loader- from these eight areas will
Other directorships include posi- ,llr(.c, lh(. activities (11 ,ht. .,,.
tions with Beth Jacob (ongrega community drive. According
tion, Jewish Home for the Aged.
Jewish Social Service Bureau.
Bureau of Jewish Education, Sho-
lem Lodge of B'nai B'rith and the
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
Association. Shochet served also as
director and vice president of Beth
El Congregation and as a director
with the Greater Miami Jewish
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FRIDAY, JANUARv
Shochet Named Head of GM Campaign;
Area to be Divided into Eight Territories


I stated: "For I
i, in the h si
munitj | iving in thi a
County We wanl t" bring the
message ol Jewish nod- thn
out the world to Miami'- man on
the street no matter where he n
Bides, This means that all of Hade
Count> will be carefully subdi-
vided into its eight constituent mu
Shochet Is a veteran campa.gner. n ^ from wm(,h uv
worker and organizer and the com- "^ ^ ()f m W()rk(.rv
mumty is familiar wi h his achieve- d w un(|(.r .
ments to manyfields of commu- ^
nity weltare. philanthropy and in personally contact every
public relations. hi>m
kanner urged volunteer workers humanitarian
to get behind the GM chairman ,p ... .
. i, drive or lund-. Shochet del
and enroll a.- workers and givers
in the record-breaking campaign. "Only through their dedic; I
A resident and newspaper pub- 11(l n Ino Combined Jewish Ap-
lisher in Miami for more than 25 P('al continue to strengthen
Beth El Radio Hour
Beth El Radio Hour over station
u\:ii on Friday, 4 p.m.. will pre
Dr snyianehikl. b.w.rsk.v.inj
.rijr^*. -.>&-> 4*1 fin ,jl;e--will ll
it \i !...i- Day;
set in
lao in
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Proceeds for Youth
. u i-. Group "i
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m ilmi-
iat 21st. 1 p.m
350 Lincoln Ro,,)
Meisanine Phone 5.5^
Entranca on Washington*
OCULISTS
Prescriptions Filled
Lenses and Franu,
Duplicated
Large Selection la]
Styles
frti ft. Shochet
graphic displays Many hundreds
1 .i, wish organizations an 11
peeled to avail til" ; 'hl>
unique program idea during the
next two months
At an initial function of the GM
group, mere th.,n lion organization
dents and Rabbis of Dadi
County honored Kanni r an 1 Mrs
ception in
the home of Mr. and Mr- H
Gordon, Representatives ol thi 1
tire Jewish communit) affixed
their signatures to the pagi ol a
huge i their all out
support i" CJA Announcement ol
appointments to the CM camp
cabinet will be madi shi
Shochel said.
LtGrtL NOTICE
THE OPERA GUILD of GREATER MIAMI
PRISINJS NICOMI'S
MADAME BUTTERFLY
with l/CM AMANCSE
January 19th Miami Beach Auditorium
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Shochet. plans are now being de-
veloped for selection of these lead-
ers in all communities "These will
be the key people who will shoul-
der the responsibility for our in
spired all-out campaign." Shochet
explained.
The words "General Mobiliza-
tion" have been selected to de
scribe the GM or community
phase nf this year'- drive The let
ters "GM" will be used through
out the campaign to indicate tin
new division and tn emphasize the
'Give More in '54" slogan adopted
tin- year.
A feature of the new GM pro
gram i- (he announcement q)
Shochel oi a special service to or
ganizations and groups seeking
program-aids for their meetings
The story ol CIA will he presented
in streamlined capsule form with
the use of films, speaker- Bnd
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LY. TANUARY 15, 1954
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PAGE 3 A
Persons to Attend Annual Academy
iner; Rabbi Lehrman is Main Speaker
ecord-breaking attendance of
than 600 persons is expected
Irticipate in the sixth annual
\x of the Greater Miami He-
Academy on Sunday night.
ilOO-a-couple function is sched-
lin the Cotillion Room of the
|do Hotel.
|>bi Irving Lehrman, of the
m Beach Jewish Center, will be
tipal speaker. At the end of
ew Academy Weekas pro
by Mayors Harold Shapiro
Abe Aronovitz more than
100 had been collected in ticket
and advertisements in the
krial Journal.
|r the first time, the journal
"not be issued at the dinner
mil be published later in the
th Florida 10A
\ei Membership Brunch
Lth Florida ZOA Coordinating
hi. which consists of the eight
Hcts of the Zionist Organiza-
.f America located in the
Iter Miami area, will be hosts
brunch on Sunday morning,
ary 17th, at 10:30 a.m. The
Udent Madison Hotel, 3801 Col-
l Avenue, will be the scene of
[big membership kick off af-
rominent speakers and the gen-
program are being arranged,
Anting to Seymour B. Liebman,
Irman of the Administrative of
Southeastern Region of the
and Fred Jonas, regional
nhcrship chairman,
listing in the affair are Mor-
fsimon. president of the Coral
lea Zionist District; Sidney
president of the Miami
t District; Archie Goodwin,
lident of Masada; Mickie Doych,
lident of the Miami Young
lists; Dr. E. Kaplan, president
he Broward County Zionist Dis-
Dr. Joseph Feldman, presi-
of the Palm Beach County
list District; Jonas, president
Miami Beach-Israel Zionist
trict; Leon Soloche, of the North
re Zionist District; and Ben-
iin Marin. Al Sherman. S. A.
ndman, Harold G. Shapiro, Lil-
Barris, Bert Podness. Max
igold. Irving Saal and Mose
Brer.
?ssler Unveiling
|The dedication of a monument
the memory of the late Shepard
ler. formerly of 1100 Collins
Kenue. Miami Beach, will take
l.i.v Sunday, January 17th, 2:30
[m at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mr.
lessler is survived by his wife
Bse; one daughter, Mrs. Mae Es-
troff of Miami Beach; two grand
|auyhter, Mrs. Herman Greenfeld
I Miss Barbara Jean; and two
rcat grandchildren. Arrange
kents are in charge of Palmer's
liarai Monument Company.
friends and relatives are asked to
Mlcnd.
winter so that more winter resi-
dents and visitors may have the
opportunity to participate. Mrs.
Jerry Sussman and Mrs. Irving Fir-
tel, co-chairmen for the Hebrew
Academy Women, and Samuel
Reinhard. chairman of the Men's
Coordinating Committee, said that
work on the journal will continue
throughout the month.
An original musical cantata, es-
pecially written for the dinner by
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, and
starring more than 60 students of
the Academy, will be one of many
highlights of the dinner. A special
platform, with unusual lighting ef-
fects, is being built by the Di Lido
for the 30 minute presentation.
The cantata will trace the his-
tory of the Miami Beach school
from its beginning in 1947, with
eight pupils, to a capacity enroll-
ment of 252 students today. Mrs.
Gershon Miller and Mrs. Jack Don-
ncrstag, dramatic and musical di-
rectors of the Academy, teamed
with Rabbi Gross in the produc-
tion.
Mayor Shapiro, honorary chair-'
man of the function, will serve as
toastmaster. 'Words of greetings
will be delivered by the three co-
chairmen, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger,
Charles H. Fruchtman and B. L Bin-
der. Mrs. Grossinger will talk on
the Academy Past And Present,
and Fruchtman will speak on, Our
Responsibility. Binder's topic will
be. Words Of Tribute.
Harry Genet, chairman of the
school's Executive Committee, will
extend greetings on behalf of the
Board of Directors. The dinner is
being catered by the Lud Kosher
Caterers of the Di Lido Hotel.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. imme-
diate past president of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association, will
deliver the invocation. Rabbi Jo-
seph Rackovsky. of Beth Tfilah
Congregation, will offer the bene-
diction.
In charge of arrangements for
the dinner are Nathan Ginsburg,
Sol Goldman, Herman Eisenberg.
Harry Genet, Lewis M. Escott,
Charles Bender and the three co-
chairmen.
Theme of the dinner and the
journal is Et LivnotTime To
Build. More than 100 ticket work-
ers and Journal Committee mem-
bers were the guests of Mrs. Gros-
singer last week at her home. She
and Binder urged the workers to
continue their all-out efforts for
the dinner and journal.
Dun to v !\ainfl to*
JIK Council
Joseph Duntov, of 2208 A'.ton
Road, Miami Beach, has Keen,
elected to the National Council of
the Joint Distribution Committee
at its 39th annual meeting in New
York City.
The Council is the corporate
body which elects the JDC Board
each year. Announcement of Dun-
tov's appointment was made by
Maurice Beron. chairman ot the
.ID' Council.
Duntov is an active worker in
cultural and philanthropic circles
here.
Mayor Harold Shapiro proclaims Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy Week in Miami Beach as (left to right) B. I. Binder,
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Charles H. Fruchtman and Harry
Genet look on. The period from Wednesday until Tuesday,
January 12th, was set aside for an intensive sales campaign
by some 200 Academy workers. Mayor Shapiro is honorary
chairman of the sixth annual dinner, slated at the Di Lido
Hotel on Sunday night, January 17th. Genet is acting president
of the Academy and Binder, Fruchtman and Mrs. Grossinger
are dinner co-chairmen.
Beth El Students to
j Plant Trees Sunday
Beth El Religious School- i I
celebrate Jewish Arbor Day on
Snday, January 17lh, 4 p.m. by
planting trees on the grounds of
the congregation. Mrs. B. Sollowav,
chairman of the PTA, will be in
charge of the affair.
The PTA is also making arrange-
ments for its annual dance to be
given on February 20th at the L:ra
August Memorial Hall.
*NV Couneii to I New X-Ray Machine Put Into Use at
"^is*r^ Sinai; Gift of Sher. Levenson
dent of the Jewish National Fund
Council of South Florida, will open
a special holiday radio program in
celebration of Jewish Arbor Day on
Sunday, January 17th, 12:30 p.m.,
over station WMBM. He will bring
a report of the latest agricultural
developments in the State of Is-
rael.
Seymour B. Liebman, member
of the National Executive Board
of the Zionist Organization of
America and chairman of the South
Eastern Zionist Region's Adminis-
trative Council, will appear on the
program. Beryl Morrison, cultural
chairman of the Bialik Branch of
the Labor Zionist movement, will
discuss the pioneering work of the
Jewish National Fund in Israel to-
day. Samuel Prosterman, JNF
radio chairman, will report on local
JNF activities.
A medley of modern Israeli
music will round out the special
feature broadcast.
Recital Postponed
The advanced group recital
scheduled by the University of
Miami School of Music in Beau-
mont Hall on Monday evening,
January 18th. has been postponed,
according to a report this week.
Date for the recital will be an-
nounced soon.
A new ultra-modern, superspeed,
diagnostic x-ray machine is being
put into use this week at Mount
Sinai Hospital, according to an an-
nouncement by Max Orovitz, presi-
dent of the Board of Trustees.
The machine is a direct result
of a $20,000 contribution made to
the hospital by Jacob Sher and S.
C. Levenson. members of the Board
of Trustees and known here for
their philanthropic activities.
According to Samuel Gertner.
executive director of Mount Sinai,
been put into use. This is in addi-
tion to a chest x-ray unit operated
by the hospital in conjunction with
the Dade County Tuberculosis As-
sociation by which a free chest x-
ray is given to everyone admitted
to the hospital.
High School Fraternities,
Sororities Discussed
Should there be high school fra-
ternities and sororities, will be
the subject of a discussion Satur*
one of the outstanding features of! day on the Youth Views program
Good Neighbor Club
Good Neighbor Club will resume
its activities with a meeting on
Sunday evening, January 17th, 7
p.m., at the Roxy Hotel.
Synagogue Volleyball League
Slates Games on Sunday
The S y n a g ogue Volleyball
League sponsored by the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
had its first game played on Sun-
day, with a win for Beth David
Congregation, led by Louis Bandel,
over Monticello Jewish Center, led
by Milton Balsam, in a 2out-of 3
series.
the machine is that physicians are
able to laminograph patients with
it, in order to determine cancerous
growths or tubercular cavities.
Laminography is a process in
which it is possible to photograph
a specific depth within the human
body, Gertner explained.
Included in the machine are
numerous up to date improvements
which enable the radiology depart-
ment to make more intricate ex-
| aminations of the digestive tract
than has been possible before now.
Special studies of the brain, spine
and other parts of the nervous sys
tern can now be accomplished with
this equipment.
Orovitz said that the machine is
equipped with a photo-electric
timer which automatically exposes
film for the proper length of time,
thus eliminating the possibility of
error on the part of the techni-
cians. The unusua
the equipment, one sixtieth of a
second exposures, facilitates the
examinations of restless infants
and of moving parts of the body.
Expressing the belief that this
new equipment greatly increases
over station WIOD.
Guests will include Abby Go'.d-
finger. district secretary, B'riai
B'rith Girls; Roger Reece. Hi V.
Miami Edison High School; Je I
Goodson. president of Y teens.
Coral Gables High School; John
Hatfield. president of Hi Y. Mi-
ami Jackson High School: and
Pepi Granet. B'nai B'rith Girls. Mi-
ami Beach High School.
The League will continue with
play taking place at the Town tne capac"jty of the radiology de
Branch. 450 SW 16th Avenue, each partment, Orovitz pointed out the
Sunday. \ fact that the "hospital now has one
Games to be played Sunday, Jan
Leader, ol the CIA Wom.n. DhrWon are shown prepanng
for the Pace Setter, fa on Monday. January 25th. at *****
of Mr.. Robert Z. Greene. The kidcotf jmjf.SSzX
opening of th. Combined Jewi.h Appeal Women .D m. ,onm
1954. Shown (Ml to right) are ^ ^-djhai p*
Green., Mrs. Loui. QlaMer. Pace Setter* cnair
Sam Luby. Magda Gabor. Hollywood .creen .tar. will M
guest of honor ot th. function.
uary 17th, 10 a.m., include Coral
Gables Jewish Center vs Beth
David Congregation and Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation
vs Monticello Jewish Center.
The double round robin series
will continue into February, and
Synagogue teams can still enter for
play, it is announced by Bernard
B. Weksler, Center Physical Edu-
cation Committee chairman.
deep therapy and three diagnostic
units. Because of the greater ca-
pacity, a free diagnostic room has
llctlhr School
Slnivs Seminar
The Begler School monthly i.jr-
ent seminar will take place on
Monday. January' 18th. 8:30 p r.i .
at the school assembly room. N'E
12th Avenue and 157th Street
Miss Lois Parks, executive di-
rector of the Mental Health So-
ciety of Southeastern Florida, will
t of the techni- be featured speaker
ily high speed of Mjss p.irks wi|| lcad a dNcus.
sion on the subject: Sex Educauon
For Children. There will also i.e a
bowing of the educational film.
Beginning Of Life.
The monthly parent seminars
ire ;i regular part of the Be- i"
School program, in which all | \.r-
ents of children participate.
The school winter school term
will begin on February 1st, on a
half day or full day class program.
Zionists Meet on Beach
Miami Beach Israel Zionist Dis-
trict met Thursday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rubin. 3127
Sheridan Avenue. Miami Beach. Re-
ports were read on the Van Straa-
ten dinner recently held by the
district to honor Alex Van Straa-
ten on his 70th birthday, the Jew
ish National Fund and the Zionist
Youth Commission. Gilbert Rappa-
jort. assistant director for the
Southeastern Region, reported on
his trip to the national -office at
which time he conferred with
Rabbi Irving Miller, national ZOA
president, and Dr. Sidney Marks,
national executive director. Dr.
Benjamin Rosenberg, director of
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation, was guest speaker.
An X-Ray technician demonahrates the new machine recently
acquired by Mount Sinai Hospital.


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vjenist Meridian
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ruth of the mr:
Friday. January 15. 1954 ^^ 3
V'Ume28 Shevatll.57!4
Hebrew A*adoiiiy II inner
The Hebrew Academy will hold its fourth
annual dinner on Sunday evening. A repre-
sentative group of the Miami community will
turn out to pay tribute to the school's progress
since its establishment in 1947.
We are traditionally known as the Nation of
the Book. One aspect of this characteristic is
the fact that we join in welcoming all accom-
plishments in education and religion.
There can be little doubt that the Hebrew
Academy has done much in both these fields
over but a few short years. Beqinning with a
handful of students, it now numbers some 250,
and plcns are underway to construct new and
modern quarters which will accommodate the
needs of twice that number.
This indicates that the Hebrew Academy has
been fulfilling the educational anc re-
quirements of many persons in cur commu-
nity who seek the curriculum which the school
offers. The dinner Sunday evening will afford
a splendid opportunity of supporting the Acad-
emy and its expansion program.
It will also emphasize our spiritual satisfac-
tion in the proaress of an educational institu-
tion which has attracted the national and inter-
national interest of leaders in the Jewish com-
munity.

Arbor Day
The fifteenth day of the Hebrew month
Shevat will be marked by Jews throuqhout the
world next Tuesday. More commonly known
as Arbor Day. the celebration has been regard-
ed traditionally as one of least importance
among the many festive Jewish holid
Until reaently, Jews took note of the fesl
by partaking of seme Palestinian fro
ticularly "bokser." If it did anything al
fifteenth day of Shevat reminded wc:
of exile, for Arbor Day designated I
Year of the Trees, and the Lend of Israel
eroded by thousands of years of neglect.
Since the establishment of the ." ''ate
the fifteenth day of Sheval has acauired new
significance. The planting of saplings on that
day is an occasion for great rejoicinq.
value of trees fcr the country as'a means of
conquering the desert, bringing shade and in-
creasing its food supply is fully recognized.
Thus, the festival, in addition to its practical
implications as part of the proaram" for up-
bunding Israel, symbolizes the Great Return
On Tuesday, when we eat the fruits of the Jew-
ish State, we will be fully conscious of the
tact that we can now eat them throughout the
year-that Arbor Day is a salient factor in
Israels rebirth as a nation.
During The Week .. .a i SfJft
HUNDREDS OF PERSONS CROWDED INTO tho Di tu.
Sundav evening, sat down to partake of a sumptuous meal,!
DJ misspelled French menu and subsequently leaned backm?
hands to contribute to a dulled atmosphere of non panicic*
initial gifts Rivers, they had been invited by the Greater mC.
Federation to set the pace for the Combined Jewi.sh Appeal hj!
ultimately, for IMA drives throughout the nation. Somehow
present couldn't quite muster the proper spirit. There were*
excuses made bj critical observers throughout the satire affair
like "the n.u trend and "the coming recession" were meant to
., light response. No one seriously considered the possiniltfju
luxurious splendor <>f the meal might have created a Keneral
intellectual. as well as charitable, paralysis.
Ii was n"t the fault "f the main speakers, whose addresses,
ihort and vigorous!) expressed. Kdward M. M. Warburg Keneral
man ol the United Jewish Appeal, spoke for but a few mnmwl^
: hi case simply "How mature is the American Jewish
nit) he asked He then proceeded to indicate that this u(
time in <>ur histor) and that the country in which we live e,^'
and i.ii in the (ace ol an increasing need to explain its values *
This was SO Important observation because it inevitably led
in a comparison between the United States and Europe, a vast
inni whose tradition and culture are all in the pa-t and whose i
seems shifting snd indeterminate. The future is "most important
i | i urope seems si the moment hardly to have any He wo
ii nun and it tho luxurious decay into which we art
would prevent us from meeting the challenge of this era
Israel is ] nted with no such dilemma. Mr. Warburg, Nat!
I through th.it Kind see the past in our bitter
ii They sec the pest In desert
hbors who will not accept the Jewish triumph
physical sign of a former human < ustenct
oi j the motnm of the pn eat an4
: ';ir Thus, while Europe wall
il |i us >> Mr Warburg implied.
\mi ... .....nuiiic .strength ol ,v and
imorrow, Israel accepts the stark n
nl austeril i builds in the name of what is to DO.
In this n gard Mr Warburg said that the Jewish Stats can re
l' between a falling Europe and a falti
Similarly, il can become a bridgehead between the W
ormanl East that now awakens in yawns from thorn
of years <>t sleep to remember its ancient and vigorous begi
Quiti bluntly, Mr Warburg asked "Does Israel stand alone?"
Appi rently. wer to this question can be deduced from
snswi r to his i querj concerning the maturity of the Ame
Jewish community, it- values and the uhrance of its legacy It
thai Mr Warburg i.....le these observations with little c
for their tionships The) were cried out upon the air a
r, in fitful efforts to disturb the sensibilities d
audience and to capture the understanding of those pn nt.
BUT THIS DID NOT PREVENT the address from being effi
' Nor did il keep Mr Warburg from properly ..'tacking
immunity Questioning the earlier rent
inted to local i ncj needs, he asserted: "You hat
:. I begun to answer brash rail
'!..... of your leadi rship not to repeat but t> false There
liiilwaosi Miami and
; :. executive vice chairman of the I'm
In his ico| i and leas pre m iu>
tl Mr. Warburg, he dwelt upon
..lilnm as a phi -<>|>hica!
of building a nation l- a difiifl
the rum. ni a cat
led the people ol I
. the histor)
lei.....ad the \\ of Libia*
il v. entering Into the ids*.
down it- sneansas from within sal
the task ol savii \

it> ami disease i
!|
They Lower the Kill
Less than nine pears after the crushing mili-
tary defeat sustained by Germany at the" ter-
mination of World War II. West Germany 7s
one of the most flourishing countries on the
European continent. Thts is ta sad ^Z
In. of ^ICta? Wh Qre ouderinq os a
gftaf disunity in tneir purpose ancleconomic
mem' frwETr n!hin,2 about embcrrraaa.
SJn6,W;s! p6"* Government Sunday
righl dishaae,, and an 0m3 "down-
.""wed sl"!'l> ol Nazi think.a, ia'JarliaLni
le wish .Music Mo ii III
Jewish Music Month is with us once again,
and we are grateful to the National Jewish Wei-1
fare Board for its sponsorship of this country-
wide, annual festival.
The day-to-day experiences of a people is
neans by which one can come
to understand them, for little control is exercis-
ed over the fate of human occurrence and the
course of history. But the art of a people is a
ire of their past and ; in it
conscious thouc. ied
ingredients of the soul.
has be,:
o. the arts is no new
second Kmg of Israel was | for
his musicianship, an
of David, are en inl
major world religions.
But our own time is c
give^ui a^SaSlJ a^" ^ M",h
these artieta and thoi?? M Urselves Wl,h
'he festival ft&SZ^"*"**
sion on the Jewish comniunJy Miami* "IT*
ence. we are sure. wil. be"nyo $*
Broken Promlo
aitdh,:drebceomnC
52 Ac' -S;^" rr^^rs^T^ *-*
?o L r IratioThn. ,?"' : "-"< **"h,ve *
the first time, emphasized its .' "" > "' Kre.uh i mi.
II a campaign i ... ,."b quenl ,,r.,torv mmU on tlM OoK.H
United States J the P00Ple of |
hower until n^K ?dlCa,ed 'hat M/ t^f! *' d" V. i. beared thi
alternate II' S" show" ]i"le interest i, "';""^ response f
him atd oZTnZ^ b61ng ^-S y l"'
leaislators ,n CongrePsriCan ^ ^ocratij'
-n^^VatnruS, tS* ^~
matter of revising the McC" qht the
* us that this is a & A^'L It seems
on the entire controversy "" observa.ion
an obv;ously brokn pL:T^h*
AS A JOINT STATEMENT EXPLAINING the stakes involved in*
!** Appeal camprign, the Wresse, by
'luent oratory made an lbs
that thel h*}
esaotien aDd
quent oratory made n
, SI I hey announeed
'v> sJBtaal c......
w al an earlier date but who, i
audu peakers, besied the appl-u^ ol tat
upon the
their spc thoir nei.
the nan.......*"
nt'
""' ,""1"- greal .'",""' "ecurity of a nation for whose tttterw-
dly, and with which wc identify ourselv h"
Sundaj evening J "" "* M-n-itive enouKh to the tfWatg
'?'" K'v,ni iheemmi .' '""' '" an'r H cried out: "Vou area"
!.h." observation u"^ .,"."" >" tables." He. I am sure. undeH^
Israel we are nothing-
........wrvation l.v ir B L '"''
'"" "' ho tk ,, ,W,:r,/ ,hat wi,h"u -
S,i"'- ** netemined^ "" '",ur<' ~ th- 'uture which the **!
Part if w, aru create and of which we must inextricably be I


January is. 1954
+Jewlstifk>r*Ui*r7
PAGE 5 A
ASK RETURN OP STOLEN PROPERTY, LOOT
nutd from Paaa 1 A
hsh victims. The same
[ was taken with regard to
arc not entitled to "spe-
sideration," in the AOs-
Hcw. because il is alleged
Istriani in general suffered
under Hitler Raah char-
pd Austria as the helplos.
|<>i the attack by the over-
: occupying forces." Ob-
iistorians feel a better
^i, .11 of what happened to |
was that it submitted to!
lul internal and external
Ins-ure and invited Hitler
ex it as part of the Greater
When Nazis entered Pans
inch turned their backs in
npt. But when' the Nazis
Vienna a majority of the
| ns Joined enthusiastically
lliii'j Hitler and singing the
Weasel Lied.
\iwhluss records indi-
a larger Nazi Party mem-
ip m Austria than in cer-
(, ol Germany. Austrian
i i lurnished more than a
pita representation in the'
I SA.
kli has asked the Allied
111 to approve a number of j
Ires designed to do away
I ,. na/ification program
He requested approval';
which would close down
ople'i Courta in Lover
Ha and Vienna, where Nazi
I lie tried, amnesty for \
implicated in various
luting of the ban on the
Dtion of civil servants who
Nazis and halting of the
^am of seizing property con-
ed by Nazis An earlier re-
rom Vienna disclosed that
Austrian Government is sa-
ting efforti by the Ullstein
to recover a large printing
[in the Austrian capital con-
ed by the Na/i~ Despite the
(hat the Allied authorities
an Austrian court have up-
Ithe lllsteins. the govern-,
refused to take any action
turn the plant to its Jewish
Irs. The Ullstein family has'
|vt red all its publishing prop-
in Germany.
i n partiality to the Nazis
was such in 1952 that United
States occupation authorities
were forced to intervene to veto
..afnnonjp.Jaws which would have
served to malt* official the con
fiscal ion of Jewish property by |
Nazis. Former American High
Commissioner Walter Donnelly
firmly insisted that "Nazi victims
should be given consideration
prior to Nazi. itep Jacob K. .la
\ils said: "Actions of the Aus-
trian Government and Austrian
Parliament respecting the is-ues
of indemnification and restitution
of properties of Nazi victims as
well as treatment of former Nazis
give cause for grave concern .
Condonation of the most shock-
ing cruelty, injustice and im-
morality of Nazis activities and
allowing those who benefited to
continue to profit from them is
deeply offensive to all free
peoples."
Finance Minister Kamitz, as
part of his argument against set-
tlement, pointed out that the
Arab states had protested. He
maintained that some other
groups "fiy no means considered
themselvCS represented by the
representatives of foreign Jewish
organizations in Vienna and that
they protest against this mono-
poly of representation. "The Cath-
olic Church," he said, "has re-
peatedly expressed itself in the
same way Kamitz failed to men-
tion that one-third of the pre-war
Jewish population of Austria was
exterminated.
Having reduced claims to the
limit of their conscience, the
Jewish negotiators were rewarded _
with abuse and provocation. Their ,
basic request was evaded after it |
was demonstrated that substan-
tial positions of heirless Jewish
property remain in Austria, some
of it now being enjoyed by known
Nazis.
Zukernick Again to
Head Local District
Welfare Board
Harry Zukernick. a member of
the District Welfare Board since
April, 1947. has been appointed
for a new term by Acting Gover-
nor Charley E. Johns. He will re-
sume his post as chairman which
he occupied for the last two years.
Zukernick is past president of
the Miami Beach Bar Association
and last year served as chairman of
the Metropolitan Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal. He is
past president of the Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith Lodge and of the Civic
League of Miami Beach.
He was founder president of the
YM and WHA at Miami Beach,
which is today the Miami Beach
Dr. Rosenberg Addresses
Miami Beach Zionists
Dr. Benjamin Rosenberg. execu-|
ti\e director of Federation, was i
guest speaker at a meeting of the.
Board of Directors of the Miami -, u D rifam* rnrnrvinv npnprnl
It,,,,!, Israel Zionist District Thurs-1 Sol Bornstem (right) ol the G. H. P. Cigar Company, genera
day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. \ chairman of the Tobacco and Confectionery Division. Joint
Defense Appeal, presents a plaque to Ray Jones, vice presi-
dent oi Philip Morris & Co., Ltd.. Inc. The award was made to
Jones/Joint Delense Appeal's Man-of-the-Year in the Tobacco
and Confectionery industries, "in recognition of Mr. Jones'
meritorious service to the community". The presentation was
made at a SlOO-a-plate dinner on behalf of the American Jew-
ish Committee and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City.______________
bartky, 4525 Pinetree
Nathan
i Drive.
Fred Jonas is president of the
' district. Dr. Rosenberg's address
covered the current situation in
Israel anil the needs of Jewry i
throughout the world.
Reports were made by Joseph,
Pardo in behalf of the Youth Com-
mission and Samuel Prosterman.
chairman of the' Jewish National
Fund Seymour I Kal>l>i BilSS Weils
man of the Board of Directors. |sraCM Silbril
icern Shown
US Moves to
[m Arab League
Continued from Pag* 1 A
question with the
rtment
lorn of military aid to
I tales \s.,s questioned
hingtoa Post. The paper
thai the Arab countries arc
ax with Israel,
n ..I stability is possible."
the Post, in an editorial, "so
; .i- the Arab-Israel conflict re-
in- a running sore. According-
li a moot question whether
scattering of American arms
bis area has served the cause
'( world defense or would do
In the near future."
lletitioning reports that Iraq and
:h Arabia are about to receive
"Hintions. the Post pointed out
It "both Saudi Arabia- and Iraq
members of the Arab League,
l" li still has not made peace with
lac I If military aid were given
countries, there would have
I be rigormta checks to make sure i
Jt they did not misuse it. or I
(dcrtake new military adventures j
Ttlt their own weapons, freed by j
American aid," the paper em-:
|;i-ized.
l an editorial on this subject,
kraed the State Department
I in-t "hasty action" in furnish
|g military equipment to any of j
\< Moslem nations. It suggested
1 'ontinuation of "steady diplo-
matic efforts" to bring about re-
lonal unity in the Middle East.)
Harry Zakamick
Branch of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, of which
he is also a director. He is vice
president of Temple Beth Sholom
Men's Club and a Governor of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Zukernick is also chairman of
the Civic Affairs Committee of Mi-
ami Beach Chamber of Commerce,
a member of the Board of Direc-
tors of the Welfare Planning Coun-
cil and a member of the Grievance
Committee of the Dade County Bar
Association.
The District Welfare Board con-
sists of 22 members appointed by
the Governor, who serve without
pay to administer old age assist
ance. aid to the blind and aid to
dependent children programs in
Dade and Monroe Counties.
presided at the meeting.
tlabbi Narot to
View Uiimils
The first in a series of special
educational evenings will be spon-
sored by the Men's Club of Temple
Israel at the Temple" on Tuesday
evening. January 19th. 8:30 p.m.
The program will consist of a ,
lecture by Dr. Joseph R. Narot on I
the subject: Reform Jewish Reli-1
gious Practices In The Home And
Synagogue. Dr. Narot will describe
the origin, growth and develop-,
ment. as well as the present atti-1
tude of Reform Judaism to the
basic customs and ceremonies in
the life of the individual
Rituals attending the birth of a
baby, naming of children, redemp-
tion of the fust born, dietary laws,
Bur Mitzvah. marriage, inter mar-
riage and divorce and mourning
and grief will bs described by the
Rabbi. Discussion will follow the
address.
President Harold Friedman and
chairman of the Program Commit-
tee, Hyman Kaplan, are in charge
of the program.
Mr*, flnehier to
He Honored
Rabbi Jerome S. Bass has return-
ed to Key West. Florida, with his
Israeli bride, the former Yehudith
Orenstein. after a six-week tour of
Europe. The bride is a fifth gener-
ation sabra of a Jerusalem family
The Rabbi, who will assume a
pulpit at the conclusion of his
stay with his parents. Mr. and Mrs
A. M. Bass. Key West, was in Is-
Eisenhower Silence
On Act Denounced
Continued from Pag* 1 A
administration of foreign military
assistance in accordance with the
policy guidance of the Secretary
of State.''
Israel at present receives no
American military' assistance from
rael for 13 months, following his j the United States the State De
graduation from the Jewish The Partment having failed to act on
Israels long-standing request for
^military aid.
Speaking of the overall foreign
aid program. Mr. Ki.scnhower said
tliat military assistance and tech-
nical aid must be continued but
that economic assistance can be
reduced." He indicated that the
economic aid program would be
cut except tor economic programs
in Korea and "in a lew other criti-
cal place of the world
The President, in reviewing
America's Middle Fast policy,
struck a note similar to that of Sec-
retary 'if State John Foster Dulles
soon after his return last Spring
from a visit to the Arab States
and Israel.
Commenting on the President's
po-ition on the Middle East, the
London Daily Telegraph said this
week that "if the United States
docs not share active guardianship
with Britain over vital interests in
the Middle East, it is the more ne-
cessary that she should use her in-
fluence in Egypt to perform this
Rabbi and Mrs. ISS
. atop Swiss Alas
ological Seminary in June. 1952.
Auditing courses at Hebrew Uni
The Workmen's Circle branch
692. its Women's Club and the Y.
L Peretz School Board will jointly
honor Mrs. Morris Tischler on her
60 th birthday versjty he also traveled about the j du,y for (he free World
with a banquet i country, visiting and working at | ----------------------------
and concert Sun- fcjbbutzzim and doing a series of
day, January 17th | artjc|es for the Miami Daily News.
The Rabbi, who was married in
July, is a graduate of the Univer
6 p.m., at the Ly-
seum.
JUiy, IS a grauuaie i >. -
Mrs. Tischler, a I sj(y of Miami and served with the
hard Meetings Held
I The Miami Chapter of the Amer-
tan Jewish Congress held its first
po.ird meeting of the new year on
Vdneeday at the home of Mrs.
> 1 Saltzman, 1225 Medina Av-
"< toral Gables.
Eisenstein Named President
The Realty Board of Miami
Beach installed Leo Eisenstein as
president Monday night. Other*
are Paul Wimbish. 1st vice presi-
dent; Arthur Baker. 2nd vice pre*
fden : ^'orge J. Bertman. 3rd vice
president; S. J. Halperm. treasur-
er L. Hickling. secretary, and
Henry Taylor. 4th district vice
JSSU U Florida. Morrison
Taylor, newly elected president, of-
ficiated.
resident here foi
20 years, is an
active member in
the Branch and
its W o m e ns I ^rlnch
Club, h a v l n k
Mr,. TiscM.r J'ned the WorJc
men's Circle
Branch 543 in New York over 40
US Marin Corps for four years,
attaining the rank of captain.
His father is manager of
Maxwell Company Key
Las Vegas Tour Due
Toung Zionists Set
OnegSfiebbof
Miami Young Adult Zionist Dis-
trict will hold an Oneg Shabbat on
Friday evening. January 22nd, 8:30
p.m., at the home of Mickie Doych,
u','.',', 980 SW 7th Street.
The group also plans to observe
Jewish Arbor Day on Tuesday eve-
ning, January 19th. 8:30 p.m.. at
the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Next meeting of the district is
l New Yorx over w | West Miami Post and Auxiliary i ....... *
years ago. She was active in the | f the Jewish War Veterans will' on Thursday, January 21st, 8:30
, __>___i_____..,... .,,.,. Ma __ii__..ii .,.>.,... ,,r ,,i I :,s n m at the home of Burt Podnos.
Jewish school movement since its
inception in New York, and is at
present chairman of the Board of
the local Yiddish school.
Mrs. Tischler was also one of the
Ol lilt* jtrwi-,,1 > *.-_ ...-. .......---------------------- ------------------ -----------
hold an all-expense tour of Las I p.m.. at the home of Burt Podnos,
Vegas on Saturday evening. Start 150 SW 49th Avenue,
ing point is at the door of the West
Miami Jewish Center.
mr>. i i-viMiri wu.^ *!..* -_ -----------------------
organizers of the Peoples Relief in Dance J)ue Tuesday
1915. and was active in the Con
sumer's League A teenage dance will be pre-
She is a Board member of the | sented by a girls' group. The Tags,
local Bureau of Jewish Education | at the Greater Miami Jewish Com
and a worker in the annual United1 munity Center. Town Branch, on ~.-------- ------
Jewish Appeal conducted by the I Tuesday evening, January 19th, 8 ; charge of membership information
QfMtcr Miami Jewish Federation.' p.m. I s Dottie Balber,
Star Chapter Meeting
Star Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young
Women, will meet on Tuesday, Jan-
uary 19th. 8 p.m.. at the home of
Frances Grosswald, 52 SW 31st
Court, it has been announced by
Barbara Greene, president, in


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r ay, Decen
i h m licit! in Washi
was ;\ rfoi med by ci
r a cai
; Harrj Silvi rstoni ,
s. Willard I. Zuckei
i| ihe
was hei
R Cherner and
-I i} i \'. ire hi i
ndants Mr A
ed as best man for h brother.
i arrying a bouqui i oi phalaenop-
: the bride
\. re ;i gown ol pale silk bi
> flowered calotte with veil
i i cklace of amethysts was a
of the bride jro im.
' bri le was graduated from
Mawr Co] egi where she maj-
ed in Historj i I Art Embarking
an arl appri ciatioi tour of
pe, she remained abroad I *
I years, attending the (
ol Geneva in Sv I
eafter, she pursued posl
stu lies al Columbia I niver-
.-.:. in New York Citj and at Al-
I University, Alfre I Si u York,
he ri legro m
ege ol thi i \ u v,,rk
; servi : in the L'niti -
1 '-1' durii .. H I War II He is
pri i ol hi- oi
1 tions :.i m :i, Ne Vork
' pon their return I
in
!' i hoi i 0 Central i1
'.. e.-t in N ,
PAY, JANUARY
'n Soci
Miss Yclla Klein Becomes Bride of
D.micl WVintmuhin Double Rin \\\im
to double' ring
ceremony at the Mi^l
La* Center ..n Su,i,v. 5JI
Mem. daughter ,.f u.**l
William Klein. *MI *w*P
DaoM Thoma- \\,
'Urauh,
Airs. Bernard Zimichow
Attends Niece's Rites
i AI1 :
Road, left for New
present at the u
niece Miss Mat
' ,,r S"1 Schv Cj
ceremony was hel
Ul 10th
IJchtenstcin, Shupiru
Wed December 20th
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Ni
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'iss Gloria Lichtenstein be
bride (.1 Aaron Shapiro at a
ble ring ceremony perl
-ember 29th by Rabbi Moses
cheloff.
he bride, daughter oi Mi
-. Irving Lichtenstein. 1134
xel Avenue, 1- a graduate 1 I
Universitj ol Miami and has
n teaching al Robert E I ee
"i- High sch
:>" bridegroom, son ol Mr. and
-. William Shapiro, Elizabeth,
Jersey, served in the US Army
mg World War II and is ;, grad-
e of Rutgers University. He is
associated with the Coronet
'eting Card Company, of Eliza-
:.i
M '; 1 clas
....... Sew Yi Vnt
I 1 vin found her 1
to her by Lt. 1
field Jr
1 ighti r of
Mr Harr> Levin 150
S ii nfii. ;
I. 4495 N tilu- Drive
M' le ol Mi-
h High S I \evi
r ol
d Phi
pa
l Gn nfield 1
1 ','" Univei re he
T'.< ta Tau
He 1- 1
the Air I
" Air Force Base in Illinois
No dati has beci ,ne
wedd
10 b) An)
Mrs. Dartitl 1. Wemtrtmk
l*rt. Aaron Shaiirt
M1" ** Beth KrongolJ
Krongolds Announce
Maria Beth's Troll,
Mr. and Mrs Saul Krongold 1611
M??S '"Edward M Qale
B-h r '" ""' """l Mrs
'577 Pcnnsylvani
Iff.
NVilenskys JMV HoSts
V "nie Sunday
Guests of honor were Mr
" fajel Uaxman Mrs' "J
fcr, president of the I'w ,T w',
*s Council of GreaterMil1 0m
Krantz acting as chairman, ,h
evening '""an ot (he
Minna B.u.7' X ^7^
Ceha Beckerman. b> Mrs
Miss (ioldstonc lo
Wed in Aufftjsl
v -

'" Iheir daughtei < arol
' and Mrs Mavei II
kel.6865Ba, Dr.ve M
1 V
rsitj of Call
re she ,- ,
.
Mr l rankel received Ihe \|i de
,.';""" ;
I"""'' He 1- now at
ni the L ,
Mr and Mrs. Saul Weta-
ln.it, M;rhig.,., ;
man official, d
Best MBWi ,nW
Maid of honor w,,, JoJ"
Barry Miller act. : ,, u,h -1
Stanley Wagnei ,, .h."
the guest book
The brides,
by her father Moth roft3
was u.shered by h. r hrmiJl
Manual Klein. Y3
York.
The bride's, gown Wa>
b> Margaret Newman, n(
Beach. She selected an air
ported chant illy u,. ,,-
skinner satin, fitted biKlir, ,
heart neckline, delicately n
ered with pearls and ^^a
a skirt extendinj; into a fl8j(
train. The gown featur|t
sleeves Her fingertip i||uj,j
was attached to a corooel off
red tulle and lace i.urhpdoli
mother of pearl se 1Uins ?fei
ned white orchids ,,n a g.'y,, [
Mrs. Klein, mother of thl
selected a ballerina |,n?th
of aqua lace. Sh. u re nsni
-Ties and a wb.i, ..rrhid
Weintrauh. mother of th _
selected a delicate |unk lawi
with navy Memories and
<-ri hid.
A reception and dinner fo!L_
at the Miami Beach
tar The couple will n
Florida and make their host!
Detroit. Michigan. wh.Ti-thtjn
i- in the jewelr> busi
The couple are both Rrad.
of Miami Senior High School
brule was gradual) I froal
France Beauty Scho in Hub
1
VS. *o>r Simoni
\'i^ Millman Weds
^aval Sen-iceman
' double rina ceremony at
5SSB5S
.."..sr" 7- '"'W""1 R"rk-
' r- to>m Island, Neu
Lsaa
Mellzera Entertaid
Guests in Double
Celebration Affair
Mr and Mrs. Boris MelU,|
1835 SW 1st Street Missd
tamed friends in honof M
43rd wedding aaniversarj
Mrs Meltzer a!- narked
birthday during the occs
Among guests preaenl were I
and Mrs. I Kaufman Mr and I
B Sharoff. Mr. am! Mr- H
maroff, Mr. and Mr- \ (Iiods
Mr and Mrs. R GoldbertftJ
Mrs H. lanflij and Mr and I
E Tolmach
"nanofflcl
Klein. Kaffan Plan
Wedding in SprinJ
Mr and Mrs. Rarrii J Kleft<
New York City, aonom
gagement of their daugMfl
Sandra, to Jack Arthur Kaan.
of Mr. and Mrs. Ham Kaian.
ami Beach.
Miss Klein is currently
mg Adelphi College in Pits ''
Mr. Kazan, who is a gntalg
the University of Miami, is '
serving in the United Slates Al
The couple plan to he mam*'
the spring.

David
' n with lo,
..... m
." Hl'ile Her on
length
long 1
fitted I
She 1
Her only:
I-'-" Miam, Beach
graduate,! from
** C.r.| ,. ^
George Ira *-ousted from
San ^>..nn o n r H'h Schoo"
,/'" AiSava ski
,h*"- honevm,' 1 i Nassau for
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JANUARY IS, 1954
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I Ann
111..in liy Ardniore
lither Brltk
Honigbaum
Announced
Mr- Archie Brick. 1036
Ivenue; announce the en-
..f (heir daughter, Ann
in James Honigbaum.
|rick was graduated from
. ich High School and is
Ir.inr in the School of Edu-
lhe University of Miami.
Imember of Alpha Epsilon
Inly
bnii'baum is the son of Mr.
Morris Honigbaum. 816
|ii Street, Miami Beach.
- graduated from Miami
gh School and is a senior
Jn! University. In Septem-
Honigbaum will enter
.. h m,| Bt N i nth western
Re for the wedding has
Goldstein Bar
eh Saturday
Bo'dMiin. son of Mr and
Hd Goldstein, ol the Great
rive-in Restaurant, will be-
ar Mitzvah on Saturday
January 16th at Beth
loi negation, Itabbi Max
[will officiate
[i .in eighth grade student
indoah Junior High School
finds the Betb David Relin
bh.ml He will chant the
and address the congre-
h will follow the cere
|i. the auditorium. Among
>un guests will be the Bar
't aunts, uncles and cou-
Ni H York City.
ig Due Sunday
Mi.i;in Young Judaeans
klebrate the holiday of Tu
\t with an outing at Mat he-
I ck on Sunday, January
lunced Joseph I'ardo,
| the Zioni-t Youth com-
insoring the event. The
will gather at the park
|0 p m for an afternoon of
Miming, dancing an dan
I.'1.1 hike through the park
f".i rcluld Gardens.
[iversity of Florida calen-
ior 1954 is out, and Miss
;ne Glaser, of Miami
-ch. ha* been chosen to
present the month of April.
P a member of Alpha
Tlon Phi at the U of F.
Miss Bloom's Troth
Told at Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. Benn Bloom, of 40
SW 30th Road, Miami, announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Sandra Gay, to Pvt. Norman Kon-
ner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kevah
Koirtwr, Pine Brook, New Jersey,
at a family dinner held in Green's
Hotel, I'leasarttdale, New Jersey.
Miss Bloom is a graduate of Mi
ami Senior High School, where she
was president of Tri Beta Council
She attended the University of Mi
ami and pledged Phi Sigma Sigma
; Sorority.
Her fiance is a graduate of Grow
I er Cleveland High School, New
1 Jersey. He received the AB degre<
I at Rutgers University and was a
member of Phi Epsilon Pi Frater
nity P*t. Konner is now stationer
at Aberdeen Proving Grounds ir
Maryland.
The couple plan a March weed-
ing.
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Visiting with Dr. and Mrs. Al-
bert E. Rosenthal, 1530 SW 1st
Avenue, is their daughter, Mrs.
Robert H. Vatz. of Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania, and their 13 month-1
old grandson. Jimmy.
\7 -d ft
Dr. and Mrs. Doran D. Zinner,
2017 Alhambra Circle, have just
returned from a two-week vaca-
tion after visiting friends and rela-
tives in Boston and Newberryport.
Massachusetts. They spent the re-
maining week at a national dental
meeting in the Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel, New York City.
ft ft
Mr and Mrs. Frank Rubinstein,
of 5431 SW 6th Street, celebrated
their golden wedding anniversary
Wednesday evening, January 6th,
at the Victor Hotel.
ft ft ft
Mr and Mrs Erwin L. Berman,
of 1920 Calais Drive. Miami Beach,
announce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Linda Merle, at St Francis
Hospital on December 30th. Grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Brown, of 736 Leno$ Avenue, and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berman. 8315
Byron Avenue.
ft ft ft
New Year's day marked a double
celebration for Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Toppell. 2491 SW 27th Lane. Mi-
ami, when the Toppells feted their
12th wedding anniversary. Mrs.
Toppell's birthday occurred at the
same time. The celebration was
held on Miami Beach in the Beach-
comber. Among guests present
were Dr. I^on N. Greene and Mr
and Mrs. Roland Place, of Mid-
land. Michigan. Mr. Place is chair-
man of the Board of the US Radi-
ator Corporation.
ft ft ft
A family reunion was held at the
j home of Rabbi and Mrs. M. Katz,
719 Lenox Avenue, with the arrival
of their children. Mr. and Mrs.
Fred L. Wang. Dr and Mrs. Robert
A. Sussman and Dr. Samuel I. Katz.
Joining them were the Rabbi's Oth-
er children. Miami Beach residents
Rev. and Mrs. Jacob Katz and Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Greenberg.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Kussner. of
809 Sevilla Avenue. Coral Gables.
I entertained in their home with a
. surprise reception for out-of-town
guests when their son and (laugh
I ter-in-law. newlywed Mr. and Mrs.
! Conrad Leon Kussner, returned
I from honeymooning at Havana,
Cuba. Present as house guests
were Mrs. Kussner> sisters, Mrs.
C. C. Gilletz and Mrs A K. IM6D-
man. of Montreal. Canada, and Mrs.
L. Sherrick. New York City.
ft ft ft
Attorney and Mrs Robert Kan
ter of 290 West 64th Street. Hia
leak, announce the birth of their
son, Michael Scott, at Doctors Hos
pital on December 19th. The new
arrival joins his brother, Douglas.
ft ft ft
Elmer Oliphant. son of Mr and
Mrs Harry Oliphant. 1769 NW 6th
Street, has been commusioned
First Lieutenant m the US Air
Force and is now stationedat the
Youngstown Municipal Airport 4n
Youngstown, Ohio.
Shown (left to riqht) are the Mesdames Stanley Frehling, Leonard Wien. Murray Shaw and
Harold Spaet. Mount Sinai Hospital Women'3 Auxiliary president, discussing plans for their
group's participation in the hospital's Fourth Annual Jubilee.
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will celebrate the occasion of
his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
at the Miami Baach Jewish
Center. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate. Martin is
an eighth grade student at
the Nautilus Junior High
School.
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become Bar Mitxvah on Sat-
urday, January 16th, 10:45
a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will of-
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Is it i

was
!
Could hi have bi
nents wijh e>
C low tempi!'..'
extei
,1111-' I v, hODl It IJ h;iM-
thai
ivcrsit) ol 1
: thi-
- oil the
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
VSHLViTuN -The I
( i t'ashii

ulty of Communist subversives but
I hired an i x m ijor ol the Nazi
ne is
..,! .!. K. B I "
id the L'nivi rs tj
I Hitlei
with the i

rent climatic and I
ol experii
which was revealed by the
\ mbei il trial to have
ded ii-' ol unwillii :
testing
e then I
abli )! *' ashti
uettnei..... v *
ities, i' was
!i un-
in which he took
nt rat ion il the "Air
I ground I testii
iment ol a "t
tific natui
i- ithoul ox; n al the q
i f 28 MK)
I on a 37-yi
enera
Buettm :
j asscx i
tl |OgJ .'I!'1
d m a left
II lines, din :tor ol uni'
rel tions. Mr. Him he uni- j
v was satisfied thai Dr
Buettner's Luflwaffi was
"i ., ni n combatant scientific
nat re."
According to Mr. Hines, thi
i ty bars all -ub
"Had Dr Bui ttm r been so
( dered id Mr. Hines, "he
l not have been offered hi-
i i nt post It is i '> Mr
H that the universitj
ci eras itself with di
p menl to "anj who are di
ed the dstr
our frei ii >titutions." The
Ni. projects i hii h Dr. Buetti
participated nol ed the
i ties" ni inm cent pi
ad allj desl n j i
- by scii nl
- ol hi H and cold
Buettner
I ted States in 194" I
'
I :
, rl Dl V. tei P
'.....
o] Dr Schreihei
-
in 1952 when il known that
he was the \
Imenl ol
, .
me Command. Afti r tai ts
rge i to att to his i implicit)- ,.
in medical atrocities, public pn
tesl forced the Air Force to fire T n"anc1?1 -''
hJm. Richmond, chaplain; am
Germans like Doctors Schreiber
Buettner wt re brought to the
l nited States bj the Air Force as
7- tential sources of Nazi tech-
al .secret.- which rnighl save the
ni our airmen. It was nol orig-
!. Ily envisioned thai they were
i become respected members ol
versify faculties. The criteria
under which they were hired by
Air Force was concerned main-
ly with scientific accomplishment
and very little with Nazi affilia-
ti ns. If Communists had been ad-
mitted in the same lax manner,
re would be every likelihood to-
ol a Congressional investiga-
ti n.
Because they were not advisa
al the time under existinu im
migration law- Nazis were lul-
led by special order of the De

in the
f Wasl
: with a -
'
and tin SS

1(4-12 were
erve to clanl
that hi
,Kar .
.'IS
Air i
-
u'
been Dr Buettner himsell
summoned bj the 1 hie! [
" dical Inspector to a conli n
this subject al N iremberi
.I .,r 26 and 27 1842 The bus!-

report entitled I i
ments with human beings Pn

. ii,,,
i -
.it) -I


",- as
dividu
menl to pi
Israel's retiring Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion is s!u,
a recent photo when he presented Walter H. 3iennq|
denl ot the United Service lor New Americans. L
Holy Bible as a souvenir of his visit to the Jewish Staii]
Hammarskjcld Tells Bennike to Deti
On Syrian Complaint; Hits Veto Req
New Israel Bond Issue to be Floated;
$75,000,000 Will Be Sought in US
Continued from Page 1 A
ed in the L'niti I States
::...... thi '
amount h realized since the
iated here in
Ma) 1951 C ection ot unpaid
comn ittmenl
the sale next
Julii Vem y. chaii
Is-
nizal
Bond
l the ['nited States and <
iluvhmun Xtmtvtl
!,tnlif> t'rvsulvnt
i
N
' II
'
Ml/
Rome
Sol Koenis
Louis
Hankin, tj ler
Trustees include [van Fisher
Sol Edwards and Irving Pearlman
Rome wUI be delegate to the Grand
Lodge, with Fisher acting as al-
ternate Lodge physician is Dr
Leonard Hodges
The organization participati in
Jack Bell's Land-A-Hand Fund and
Jack Kofoed's Fund for Muscular
I'y -trophy.
'
1951
Music Appreciation Hour
At Lear School Friday
Selections from Madame Butt ,
be heard during the month-
II! the
$48 732 550 was realized in .
S47 182.350 in 1952 and Ml.23
3 "Proceed; from the I
Bond- wrre channeled into the
untrj thi
try. he si
Hi Montor vici pre
lecision
ol i!,. ...
the I
I

'

faith in the i
"! lsl ili in the i
v
in ii,
Olll>
. "'-'"';l '"da) has the most in
,;i~';.;"ll/"! wonom) in the Mid
I;,' SaP" than
20.000 persons were employed in
Kg* """"- "d h.....lict
1,1 ',953; representing about 22 per
;- ol the total number o
'*'":' """,r '"r 'nlusto in
creased front
PSfe" lntherst nine months
I'NITED \ \ riONS J l A I-
\' 1 '.ill drilled
i has the right to
n the demilitarised
. arising out ol his
ed then I N
ll.immar
reed with Mr E%an
In the i he insisted,
Uff to de-
h bether rdan project
lioni He waa the
proper authorit) to n ake thi- de-
cision and neither party should
"take unilateral action" or seek to
lo" in this nutter.
Qladwyn Jebb bead "f the
Unti-h delegation scolded Israel'
t the issue ha- ba t to coana |
i bi Set urit) i 'ounil u hich
u.i- thus requ red I I ihe
question whether Ihe ranal waa in
ind useful project,
Ii I) mitti thi q iciion of
the failut ty ol the Is
Syrian arn reement to
I) with .i th< pan
nl thi rl the Mixed Ann
ion
The British spokesman al o took
it was not essential to mainti
original condition ol tup
the demilitarize I /one
Mr Kbiin di
Sir (ilailwyn Jebb that |-nd|
"Ignored* Gen Benaikei
suspend work on the Jontal
project The I-raeli
quoted from a letter by Fi
Miniatev Boosto Sharetl to del
truce chief offering temp
pension of the work At Ml
Mr Kban underlined, had'
tx'on any difficulty fraa
eve* a temporal y tansssl
work.
Pageant to be Fc
Of Music Festival
One ol the hmhlighb
Jewish Music Festival
b) the Greater Miami Jewui|
munity Center will Ik' a civ
(cant, Voices ot Light tobrf
anted at Plaminga Part oil
day, February 21st. a: 8151
This date was chosen part
because it coincides with
hood Weak which ili t*1
brated throughout the cousmi
a.
-tice
Syn in pool
that nsent was
. .,, ,,. ,,,. with National Jew I h Musk
Hi that hi ''" '"|s Ul" '" ;" m
the 'u'h '""' H*"1*1"
ut the "" '''ltfwl "V*
I issue Mond
I her l
Jordan Nol in Syria
..
' Rivei compli Ii |] Boa
I edent
"' "'' .1 tit
ii .,- Syria
Branch, 450 s\\
) Thur-d..> 8 pm. *J
. Branch,
thai did not
Book on Health to be
Viewed of Spinoia to*]
The Hoad To Health AM
pier Living, a book by D
bam Wolfson. will be du
1 river in.it nil] not1"**"' uhsuh.
'rders II. stressed that "" sl"n'"' Outdoor Kunim.
Svi i ......;ins the t nited Na- *raat and Ocean Ooaitj
nlorce the bloekada Beach, on Saturday alfrno*
- "I the \rai. League.-18 P>".
denied Israel power and: Symon Gould, autt
llv ||
. ...............'- me inoniii _
y music appreciation hour ol the Rabbi Swirskv will
Lear School on Friday at I030a m
rae pro-ran, i- under the super
vision ot Miss Anyuta Melico\ Mi
ami Beach pianist. (;est soloist
Address Adult Institute
BeSi 'l"-u l
, ,---....... i .., in,- ,. --- r--....... uucm soioisi "'" r-' "nKregation umi h
Department in the name ol wiu 1"' M,s Judy Drucker, lyric A,lul' Inst
.U-Jio nnnalJ___. :----- .. IliraiWi (|1(., Q_ ... JCWIsIl ';,
Vcott, in violation of two "<" president of the New ^*sj
< "uncil resolutions the ura' Hygiene Society. "
the book. This will be folio
I -\mrxisium.
Participating will be ur
Kahn. Samuel Bosenbiooni.
S. Manuka. Evelyn Stone, iw
IKiux. Lote Rathschrecher V]
ing Strauss. _,<
Charles H Lee. astronoa*
lecturer, will preside
tegk con-iderations. At the
6 Dr. Buettner was granted a
1 waited in DP camps
:" quota problems and visa red
tape. In 1949. Dr. Buettner applied
icr American citizenship.
In- standards used by the Uni-
versit) ol Washington reflect the
McCarran-Walter definition ol sub-
in Nazis are not considered
' under the State De-
'r.t interpretation, but
soprano,
Kappa Tau Holds Tea
Kappa Tau. one of the teenace
f-i'ls groups sponsored bv the
Greater Miami Jewish Communit) Uon. on'cZ Ui" ""
''..... "i Yiddish
as
Winiata are. Dr. Buettner is not lores Katz.
us membership tea. The (
Participates in volunteer service
Projects and plan social cultural
,ad nlucational activities. [n
Zi ^'' .^-"n-tion is Mi Do
"ll! continut
l 7 3Q
stituti
oi Jewii
Miami,
' Hebrew
"" v' eve
1 EducaUon ol (,
Wl diplomat called the
""'ll '" PraUel t ,i- one
,,d*"J Sw,.i-claim- bad
, ;'" -Id. ,,. Huleh marshes
' he undergoing dram
thai the principlea
' Huleh case apphed
,.,'," Pmant schemes as
Mr Ehaa referred to the 1951
ng to the Muleh
;";. "" no S
i, 'M'; I to mean that
lid be fa-
I ITuved that
deed
naanl wei .,t
men,
MwiththacMafol
'> the Government
7'1" and that -th,
ilitary -,,,
'the
armistice
diKtrine of
contrai-v to
Cantor Schlossberg to
At Downtown Sywf^ft
Cantor Nathaniel *"
will chant the liturgical
of the services l-Tiday evw
Saturday morning at l ^
Synagogue, according '" j
nouncement here by M
Baahar, spiritual asa(
Cantor SchloMibTg '
poet*
Muata, is the son <>< ,he n*
i ituor Lelb Srhliissberg^
Mostew at the Oneg ShaW
day evening will be ^
Schwartz, president 't *'"
Auxiliary Also ""f^jL,
Melavah Malkah on saton
,<*,*!*+
...... i" | nri 1 -tfecmenf and that I ning at 8 p.m.


JARY 15. 1954
Goldberg to
;tra; Virtuoso
pair of University of
aphony Orchestra con-
John Bitter conducting
i evening, January 24th,
[lii'.M'h Auditorium, and
iening. January 25th, at
nty Auditorium, will
jew name to this area,
lid berg, a violinist who is
an outstanding soloist
pstra, an accomplished
hamber music ensembles
tal virtuoso at all times
nd of a noble tone and
fnique, with a repertory
pmpasses the entire vio-
Irc.
Wloclawec, Poland, in
I, ho was a child prodigy
Li Carl Flesch. At 16, he
|rt master of the Drcs-
Hrmonic, and four years
Iwacnfjler called him to
i~t with the Berlin F'hil-
lorthostra. This did not
llilhcrg's solo and cham-
ippearaDCM) however,
a. many recitals, he
ope with Hindemith and
.i trio.
Miring the Far F.asl. the
uk Goldberg in Java. Ha
>d m 14 different camps
t.il in.my privations but
\, preserve his violin.
he made extensive
kustralia. Thereafter, he
I. I urope l"r orchestral
|I tours of England, llol-
thall Season
at GMJCC
1954 basketball season
hter Miami Jewish Com-
feenter, Town Branch,
>r the after-school pro-
Iweek with Bert's Bests
|rt Sealed and Ira- Is-
h\ Ira l.ashin, all tied
game apiece in their
Ifive series.
|rney concluded Jan-
anil an All-Star team will
H to represent the Cen-
ll 14-year-old intergroup
Ion
8th marked the opening
i I nter -ixth annual
Intramurals. The scbed
sel up tor play on
and Thuradaj eve
P in and the laagUe ll
|i''." a it and under eate-
an unlimited-age clasaifi-
I up include last
\ (enter Indepea
li 111- Of iMhias. A/.A Nn
fcl \/.\. Sigma Kho. Flag-
biia Jewish Community
ikers, SAM's, I'nknowns
rnciiie AZA last year's
TTER VALUE IN
it NEW YORK!
Appear with UM
is Fluent Master
land, Belgium, SwiUerland, Scandi-
navia, stopping enroute ior a tour
of Palestine. It is interesting to
note that Goldberg's American de-
but occurred in 1938, when the
New York Times stated: "A mas-
ter's hand. The tone is rich and
spirited and capable of varied col-!
or. The violinist's poise and com-
mand of his instrument are those!
of a veteran; his zestful approach
that of an aspiring youth."
Unable to follow up this success
because of the war's approach,
Goldberg did not appear in Car-
negie Hall, New York, again until
October, 1948, when Olin Downes
in the Times greeted him as fol-
lows:
"An uncommonly sound musi-
cian and accomplished violinist .
His training and experience and
his fine qualities were Immediately
shown. He played a program that
only a musician and a virtuoso of
the first rank could surmount. The
audience properly appreciated his
versatility in music of classic, mod-
ern and romantic masters."
-JtmiffiftrtfeiL
PAGE 9 A
Film on Cancer to bo Shown Thursday Night
The Traitor Within, a film by
the American Cancer Society, will
be shown at a meeting of the
Women's Group of the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter on Thursday evening, January
21st, 8 p.m., according to Jess M.
Freed, program chairman. Brax-
ton Twart will be narrator. Gen-
eral discussion will be led by Dr.
Julian A. Rickles.
Dr. Doran D. Zinner, Miami
dental surgeon, has been
elected regional vice presi-
dent of the Southeastern
States of Alpha Omega Fra-
ternity at a national meeting'
of the organization held in
New York's Waldorf-Astoria
last week.
Miami Youth
Tahe OSSiws
six out of eight
New Creations to
Be Featured at
Apparel Exhibit
New creations of sun and fun
trends lor ne\t spring and sum-
mer will highlight the sixth tea-1can ware attained
tonal showing "i Southern Apparel
Exhibitors at the Delano Hotel.
Miami Beach, during the forthcom-
ing Spring-Summer Market Week,
January 24th through 27th.
Top buyers from all over the na-
tion will view outstanding lines of
renowned manufacturers from Mi
ami. New York, California, St.
I.oui- and Dallas. Kxhibit theme of
the Market Week will accentuate
America's most famous name lines
of resort and early summer faeh-
ions for 1954.
Bernie Stone, president of South-
ern Apparel Exhibitors, reports
that plans for this years show
coupled with an array of new- mer-
chandise which member firms have
been preparing, will combine to
make this bowing the greatest m
the organisation's history. South
em Apparel Exhibitors is a one-
and-one-hali year old association
now boasting 12 explained.
In addition to the apparel show-
ing which also features sport
dream eoata, suits, lingerie, Jew-
elry, handbags, children wear and
ones, a lllMlftlJ will be
held for the visiting buyers on the
morning of January 27th.
Last years event produced an
ultimate 2.000.000 dollars in sales
when final tabulations were reveal-
ed, according to Sam Wieder,
treasurer of Southern Apparel.
FOSSETTS PHARMACY
At the IntranetHvntinqton Building
168 S.E. FIRST STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 2-7691
executive offi-
by Miami Sen-
ior High School boys at the I'lor
Ida Regional AZA BBC. Convention
held in Jacksonville recently. At
the same time, seven out of nine
Offices were captured by Greater
Miami guis.
The results of the Florida Re-
gional AZA elections are as fol-1
lows: Aleph Godol, George I.efcoe:
Aleph S'gan, Edmund Parnes;
Aleph Matkir, Jules Cohen, Or-
lando: Aleph Giabor, Norman
Young; Aleph Sopher. Arthur C.
Jacobean; Aleph Sbotare Godol,
Murrey Kane: and Aleph Shotare
Kotiin, Steve Lazures.
At the same time. BBC held dec
tions where Greater Miami Girls,
captured the spotlight. The results
were president, Barbra pearl; re-
cording secretary, Lola Goldiinger;
corresponding secretary, Ifaxine
Brandicc: treasurer, Joan Siega
reporter, Hetty Brant: historian,
Susan Lamm; ami counselor. Elaine
Strum.hi.
The largest and Most Complete Prescription
Pharmacy in the World
W. E. FOSSETT, Proprietor
Der Yiddisher Forum
To Hear Lasavin
Guest speaker at Der Yiddisher
Forum on Saturday evening will he
i. Lasavin, Ha will discuss: The
Development Of Jewish Religious
Thought. Der Yiddisher Forum
meets weekly on Saturdays, 8:15
p.m.. in Kneseth Israel Congrega-
tion and is sponsored by the local
branch of the Yiddish Scientific
Institute.
ALL NEW YORK
-IL
|TIME. SAVE MONEY. You'll "-
tay tn New> Yofk mort when
lop ol the frindly Preiidenl
Only on* block Irom Timei
"d Moditon Square Garden.
nulei wolk to Radio City ond
I'amout attraction!. 400 olfrac-
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[(Telrmion available on request)
it ol all-moderate rotet: From
single- $6 double
[ Gofoijc Accotnmodolionl
'or FREE descriptive booklet
Specic.l Courtesy Card"
ps lorlnti, Managinj Director
John J. finnell. Monomer
Distributed by || |-4,ratl< Food Co.
1733 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 9-8456
mm
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470 IINCOIN ROAD
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MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M Machfei, Director
5505 N. W. 3rd SL Phone 87-8201

WM
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A final style approval on one of the hundreds of resort and
summer fashions of 1954 is checked here by Sam Wieder
(left) treasurer, and Bernie Stone, president, of Southern Ap-
parel Exhibitors, as the organization readies plans for its sixth
seasonal showing here.
PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
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fi^HcTan Notables... Edwin de Leon: The Jew of 1866
A\ TTlSri Ucll i *^ v vw**^ snll t.oni|,,r,tivoly young> hls p
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
/..,;.. Notables, is be.., P-M. ^ J*J f|em,
os port of the tercentenary celebration ot Jews"
the United Statei.-The Editors
The South Carolin., !' !- ns wei
win-
self in tl SeminoK and Mexican ttars
Confederacy as ., physician His : rotter Tb
Cooper and his sist. Vg> were not.
' The famous La FayetK
to his uncle Abraham De Leon. whosi
a former belle of Phi!.
more beautiful Rebecca Grab
of Charleston was highly intelligent, cultun
ing. Here was a stock to b. proud of: yet Edwin De .
forsook his people and his
JOURNALIST
Edwin De Leon began to practice law in IM
Columbia, but soon drifted into journalism. His
father had settled in Camden, and Edwin quite naturally
imbibed the Southern attitude to slavery His articulate
editorials advocating that strange anachronism for 19th
century America attracted attention He was invited to
Washington to edit a newspaper that would present the
Southern side. The paper was not successful though
financed by slaver) sympathizers Editorial- and speeches
advocating" Franklin Pierce for President brought De Leon
the diplomatic post of Con.-ul General for Egypt.
CONSUL GENERAL
The American Consul exhibited a special penchant for
handling difficult assignments Lnconsciousl) he reveal-
ed his submerged Jewish svmapthies for a helpless reli-
gious minority in danger of attack During the Crimean
War. Turkish anti-Russian ieelings found an outlet in
projecting a persecution of Christians unprotected by any
strong state. Ordering the (.reek Consul out oi Egypt
would be the prelude for looting and attacking Crick
nationals by Moslem hooligans The Christians were with
out protection as neither the English nor the French con-
sulates could afford to embarrass their own governments
in alliance with Constaninople.
PROTCTION Of CHRISTIANS
i erioi D 1
. ,de. the
Still comparatively young, hi- pi ..
p,..,:-,.,1 particularly bright when South Cap2
lioni tho Union. Resigning Immediately, JT
,n, dan pi ..ml adventures of blockade nji
fered his -oivices to the IV ,h(
p, i on bad been friends with Jeff, rson Da*,"
G e.r-
while
urj f State consul h,s *.....' "
MISSIONARIES MURDMD
I i,\ \u l.. m capabli hand
with .i
imited
D, Le-
the issue
lained
The
Vnnther crisis '- avert* <
ledbj ^e murder of Amencan
stine He demanded immediate tran
.,., ,.,,, by the i s trigate in Alexandria har-
K"Ve unimaginative commander refused without spe
cific naval instructions The matter seemed urgent and l.
Leon rushed bj private conveyance The L-S. Consulate,
in Jerusalem and Jaffa could do nothing with th- rascal!)
mor who blandl) offered to entertain them socially.
De I eon brushed aside oriental courtesj and knavery and
anded punishment for the guiltj The Turk produced
five vagabonds, who obviousl) were not involved, iv Leon
threatened reprisals that would lead to war. The Gover-
nor, thorough!) alarmed, wen! to considerable trouble In
capturing the five murderers The) were tried and con
demned to death Nov. the distressed consul expected i
serious reprimand lor taking a desperate chance without
authorization Instead, he received thank- from the Presi-
dent and Secretar) oi State for prompt energy displayed.
COMtDERATl MINT
Tin- prestige of the is thus enhanced in the Near
East, the Slate Department registered its approval by-
extending De Leon's term for an additional four years
the overall objective of getting France a
lire the Confederacy as a bell:.,
nment. Mason and Slide!!. tho accrednajl
the South, could not got the English Pr^
I rench Emperor to receive them officially, \
statesmen secretly hoped for the division o||
Union. But the plain people simply wnuld mJ
state that fought to preserve human slavery
succeeded in conferring personally with Pii_|
Napoleon III. but got nowhere. Di-couragtd.l,
confidential letter revealing apprehension andi
in the statesmanship of Secretary of State Ja.
jamin, or his diplomats in Europe These da,
intercepted and published in the \.\i v,)r,.
President was unable to save the -calp of his(
agent.
THE UTLRATUIR
The diplomatic assignment cost He LeoalfJ
inga After the war. he wrote for leading
- in Egypt were recorded in -everah
novel-, of which Askarso Kastit is the best HsJ
Thirty Years of My Life on Three Contintntu
mate pictures of an eventful career that broom
close personal contact with the novelist
Lesseps, the Suez Canal builder. Horse, the i
venter, and leading figures in American
Khedive's Egypt was adopted by the British Pa
essential reading for all officers serving in the!
He Leon married a charming Irish girl He I
brought him into the Catholic Church She ixii
after him Both lay buried side by side in Nni|
Calvary Cemetery. Yet no memorial stone hut
erected to mark their graves.
Israelis Visit Miami Beach on Joint
Business, Pleasure Trip; Are Pioneers
Visitors {pom Tel Aviv. Israel,
Mr. and Mr-. W. Grodecki. are
spending a week at the oceanfront
Delano Hotel.
Grodecki. who is combining busi-
ness with pleasure on this trip, is
one of the original pioneers in Is-
rael, where he founded Herzlia. a
colony in the desert, in 1925 At
the present time. Herzlia is a sum
mer resort with one of Israel's big-
gest hotels situated there.
In 1933. Grodecki opened AMPA.
Ltd.. in Tel Aviv. AMPA, or the
American Palestine Company, i- a
distributor for Brockway trucks.
General tires and Philco refriger
ators, radios and other products
Grodecki is managing director.
When Israel became a state
AMPA used it- influence to build
new factories Among these fac-
tories are one in Tel Aviv, which
manufactures refrigerators, and
one in Herzlia, which produces ra
dios and phonographs. It also help-
ed to form the General Tiro and
Rubber Co
Grodecki say- that he is "proud
oi being instrumental in the build
ing up of an industry which em-
ploys 150 people." In addition, the
rnment received over (3 500
ooo In taxes in foreign currencj
during the past three years Ex
ports in 1953 amounted to $500,000 on the Suez Canal i
in foreign currency.
Unfortunately according to Gro
decki, it i- so important to build
up industry that such things as
theatres, concert halls and temple:
have been neglected. "Tel Aviv.
which b',,,--- one ol the world's
greati estras ha- a concert
Dr. Golob to Speak
Ben Gurion Branch of Farband
will meet on Wednesday evening.
January 20th. 8 p.m., at Both El
Originally from Russia, Grodecki ,
- in the United Stal.....n his ilth n*reL Guest speaker
> he I)r Mover Go ob in a discuss
mil .
on the
-poaker will
iion
relationship between di-
sease and old age Manuel Bur
stem, cultural chairman, will in
troduce the speaker.
trip, but it is his first trip to Miami
Beach Mrs. Grodecki. who is here '
for the second time, is the fourth !
generation of her family in Israel :
"We'd love to stay a bit longer
agreed the Grodecki-. "but we can't
afford the time."
The Grodeckis have two chil-
dren, 15 and 17 The older child
made her first trip hero about
three months ago. Excited about
the trip, she was nonthole glad
to get back to Israel, where she
expect- to enter the Women -
Army Corps next year
Munitions Shipments to Egypt Under
Consideration, US Official Indicates
WASHINGTON JTA) State partmenl i Defense officials lb,
Department press officer Henry I Egyptian Ami recently re-
Suydam indicated this week that turned to Cairo to mak. a personal
American munitions shipments to report to Premier Naguib on the
l-.gypt are under consideration. progress ol developments
Suydam was asked about a Lon j The Mutual Securit) Act p ed
don report wind, told oi British by the last congress*,
Queen of Days Serenade is Feature!
Beth Shclom Joint Meeting Wedi
The Queen "t I>a>-. -erenade
to the Sabbath written bv Sydney
J. Green berg, educational director
of Temple Beth Sholorn, will fea-
ture the open joint meeting of the
Sisterhood and 1TA on Wednes-
daj afternoon, January 20th. at 1
p m in the Temple's banquet hall,
according to a joint announcement
bv Mrs Bert S Klee and Mr- Irv-
hall which hold- only 1,000 p
It i- necessary, therefore, to play
the same concert sis times so that
all 6.000 subscribers can see it."
Child Cantor Appears
In Musical Program
Mr.-. Hoses Mescheloff presented
a program at the Wednesday meet-
ing of the Sisterhood of Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob in honor of Jew-
ish Arbor Day.
Held at the social hall of the
congregation, the meeting was
opened by Mrs. Louis Shafkin,
president.
Appearing on the musical por-
tion of the program was Lazerke
Berger, eight-year-old Israeli child
prodigy cantor, making his first
appearance in the area this season.
He presented a repertoir of can-
tonal selections. Jacob Spector ac-
companied him at the piano.
concern lest the United Slate- a
nounce a program of militarj as
sistance to benefit Egypt without
waiting for the outcome o| ||
Anglo Egyption negotiations
me He said
'the whole question ol aid to
Egypt has been under continuous
examination here at the State Di
partment."
Declining to elaborate further on
the nature ol assistance under con
sideration, Suydam would say onl)
that he was authorized to make
known that Egypt is now receiving
S16.000.000 in technical assistance
for the
Malavsky Family on Air
Jewish Forum of the Air will
feature an Arbor Day program on
Sunday, lo no a m over station
WMIE. according to Simon Seiden, B Kaplan, pre-,dents ol the
director. Participating will be the respective organizations.
Cantor Samuel Malavsk) Family The Queen 01 Days, i musical
Choir. Sabbath Institute, will be produced
ented under the direction
ol Cantor Samuel Kelemer in hon-
li wish Music Month, by the
Sisterhood Choral Group. Mem
.ire
The Mesdames Shirley Adler,
Caiiulle Baum. Nat Be. kni.in. Ralph
Benach Samuel Berlin, Maurice L.
Blair, Jonas Brotman, Nathan Bush-
Ralph Cobb, Lillian li. Cole-
man, Meyer Epstein, Jacob Pith-
Beatrice Frohman, David
1 in, Hairv \ Gordon
The Mesdames David Green,
eph living B Kaplan.
Kovi at Samuel Kelemer.
VI' under Kogan.
Michael Mersel. Donald
William M.-ur. Sol I'ine,
,' ,! R( wnhouse Jack Kosenthal.
hilip Rudine Hyman Silver Lot*
;, Sl Sail Vernick. Harold
Doroth) Watten and Wil-
Vlt/
1 "ll organist, will accom-
pan) the group .,t the organ, mi
-'"-'- will be the Mesdamea Har
old Wvnn Samuel Berlin, Samuel
l""r' ,rv," Kaplan, Philip
Rud ne and William Yaaowfb Mrs.
Rudin. will also serve as coach for
"" I'-aking parts of the script
include. $30,000,000 in militar) aid
able to the Arab states Israel
and Pakistan with actua
""i" "i this sum subject to the dis
"etioi stat. D. n
Sydney 1- Grt***
Mizrachi Women to
Observe Arbor Day
The Mizrachi Wonu i Organit-
n of Miami Beach will celel
Jrb9' Dj) with a dessert lun.
,!'"! Vbrams on Tuesda)
l?th l I'm Fruiuo the
* !" rved in celebra-
voted to agricultural development ,
It was learned from authorita mittee, ? M, T*' """
tiye State Department sources that preside, '-^"-'n.
the United States has alreadv 'M j^ ^ '"elude
formed Great Britain of decision PaulineSSu id. $?L A}nm-
to send arms and dollar aid to Gru, w'r .< ">H P
Egypt This move is taking place .sephB.nne"' U
despite British objections arising
rrom the present tense negotia-! M c
tjons between Great Britain and ;Mrs- Sanders Dies at 80
Egypt involving the Suez Canal j Mrs. Hj*-Sanders, ^^
The assistanep nun..i r-lby's' 'shoe'sT' mana,;i'r "' Sel-
Street.'Miami. SinKhelhKlaKl"
Montgomery, a,.^' Jjjj
Goodwill Group
Membership Tea
The first in a monthly j
membership tea- '"r "*'
Croup of Greater Huff
held on Januar 21 vi,
of Mrs. Etta Stotsky, P
Drive. Coral Gable* *"
follow refreshmiott l 'I
Hostesses for *ubseg
bership teas are Mr:
I'auline
and Jo
assistance planned for
Egypt was said to include various
categories of heavy munitions, as
well as dollar aid to bolster the
Egyptian economy. Negotiations
have been in progress on this ques-
tion for some time with the Egyp-
tian military attache in Washing-
ton, in close consultation with De-
-vices were held in Montomerv
Bes de h m Br0kl>n' Alal
Besides her son in M.am,, Mrs
Sanders leaves two other sons ana
two daughters. 'nd
Card Party Monday
w,lthh m''1' <;roup Hadassah
J / ,1"s,rd Brt>-l the Rimey
''Hotel on Mond Janu
''' 1 P-m Hostesses will be the
Mesdames Han, ((>hen. Samuel
JHter and Jack Udell. MrS. Harry
" Kapuu, i- president.
Bake Sale Friday
JV Mollie Kahaner Ladie.' Aua-
Park j. "nreWHon Monticello
Jjjk w,U hold a bake sale on Fri-
Hostesses
iM-rship teas are -
and Mrs Kittv Glosseray
of Mrs. Daniels. 344-**
February: Mr- Mildrd
5110 NW 2nd Street.
Mrs. Miriam R r'""1*
15th Street. April-
Cardiac Chap*]
Music Program
Miami Chart" "''^
Children's Cuiix'^k
meet onTuesday aHeriJ^
ary 19th. 130 Pm.J^'
hen Hall The pwjj
elude a musical PJ2J,
ranged by the inner*
.Tscr. of Mu,c^
to appear we *,,,*]
lyric soprano. Ten
tenor, and Barbara
oralura soprano. ae-
Mrs Lena Maddafort^


INUARY 15. 1954
*Uisltkridian
PAGE 11 A
ils" to Leave
itin America
, (JTA) One of the
tit chapters of the po'-t-
, i.f the Jews in (ier-
drawing to a close here
edraggled "ille-sal re-
i'.....uated the Moehl
lie, where they had
let the most wrctch-
inditioiM, and left for
mi I hat port they will
Lit in American countries
burg, they will live in a
fniiKrants' hostel until
for Latin America,
inses during the remain-
|ir stay in Germany will
the Joint Distribution
and the Central Wel-
ey of the Jews of Ger-
cost of the emigration
?ill be borne by the He-
Jiurant Aid Society. *
"returnees" last of
men, women and chil-
li came here from Israel,
hem had gone to Israel
nany, while the remain-
fmigrated directly from
1st European countries.
fonomic or weather con-
suitable in Israel, they
Germany via Austria
this Spring, hoping to
in> as a springboard for
m to the Western Hemi-
thout valid German en
resideam permits, the
^" hud hoped to find shel-
hn-nwald. last remaining
camp in Germany,
the German authori-
^ow administer the camp.
v( 1> barred this move
Bummer when they car
census of the "illegal"
ermany, Riving a semi-
to the nearly 800 who
Iat that time. The new-
Innile.ss and unwelcome
fcr they turned in this
Ion in the end sought
.in the Moehl Strassc
MAN OR WOMAN
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T.........i*> 'in work inn iiiukI li*f-ir-
i :'!. refi : ni .-. |S40 Gash to secure
mi.' entor) r>evi >l log 8
hours a w*k to bu ......nd on
or collect l"n could del up
h verj good |ins-
Iblllt) ..! taking over rtill limn, In-
. :>. l-'i'i- In*
l)l< illMi pill IK' ill .1 Pplll ill H'll.
Writ.-: Mi. W Box -"'T;'-. Mian I
Viewing the Scroll of Honor which Miami's Mayor Abe Aron-
ovitz accepted from Harry Gordon, president of Beth David
Congregation, during late Friday evening services last week
are Aronovitz, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Gordon and Louis Hei-
man, chairman.
Curtiss Candies Certified Kosher
CHICAGO Rabbi Dr. J. H. Ral-i Treat, Curtiss Salted Nuts, Curtiss
bag. spiritual leader of Congrega- Saf T-Pop. Curtiss Cherry Patties,
tion Ohav Sholom of New York.' ,....?;.. t>...,.,;_. !>.;..,
. .. I Curtiss Peppermint Patties,
has made a thorough inspection of
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 15. 1954
SEC. B
irael's Old and New Prime
Ministers-A Study in Contrast
By RINNA GROSSMAN s
AJP Feature
; all happened. very quietly
ecially in view of-the fact that
happened in a geographic area
ere changes of government or
leadership are usually as turbu
a.s the desert winds. It was all
un Middle Eastern. And or-
ed. And even efficient.
)a\ id Ben-Gurion stopped being
me Minister and Defense Min-
tr of the State of Israelat his
fervent requestand went off
[live in a tiny prefabricated
u-1 in an isolated communal set
iu-nt somewhere in the Negev
derness. Moshe Sharett stopped
"just" a Foreigit* Minister
assumed the august and fright
tig job of .being Israel's Premier
[well.
h issued statements and said
things about each other. The
In in the-street in Israel said
things about both of them.
\i went on surprisingly as usual.
is one of the things that
Ikes it hard to believe that Is
tl is located so very close to
ria or Egypt or Jordan or even
|n where law and order are un
Dwn on such occasions.
Things will be different in Is-
iair in Memory of
[illiam Kappell is
imed at Brandeis
VAITHAM The Fredric R.
^nn Chair in Memory of William
pell was established at Brandeis
liversity this week, it was an-
Minced by Dr. Abram L. Sachar.
esldent of the university.
|The Mann Chair, as established
the Philadelphia patron of the
fctuity in memory of the distin-
lished American pianist who was
led in a plane accident on Oc-
iber 29. 1953 while returning
iim an international concert tour.
Patron of Kapell, Mann had fi-
hnced the young pianist's entire
miMcal education. Founder of the
jbinhood Dell concerts in Phija,-
Irlphia, he is also Commissioner
If Recreation in that city.
I A graduate of Yale University
Ind the Wharton School of Fi-
nance of the University of Penn-
sylvania, Mann is prominent in
Philadelphia business, cultural, and
philanthropic activities.
The Mann Chair in memory of
R'illiam Kapell at Brandeis will
itrrrmthen the curriculum in the
1 i ir-old University's unden
ite School of the Creative
lording to Dr. Sachar. Now
I its sixth academic year, Bran-
Incated on a 190-acrc earn-
er metropolitan Boston and
is a student body of 807
""UK men and women.
rael now. Not basically because
Israel is whatever one and a half
million Jews in Israel and the
dreams ot several more in the Dias-
pora make itand not even the
acts of one person. But David Ben-
Gurion is one kind of man, and
Moshe Sharett is another, and this
is a good and suitable moment to
put two and two together and try
to find out how the difference in
their personalities can possibly
alter Israel's immediate future.

DAVID BEN-GURIONso many
things to so many people. To Zion-
ists, whoever they are and where
ever they live, he is the man who
dreamed a dream and had the
guts to make it into a glowing
realityeven though all the au
guries were against him. To the
State Departments of the Western
World he is an enigmaand an in-
transigent one at that. A man who
could be counted on wherever de-
mocracy or Israel were concerned
but upon whom no levers of pub-
lic opinion could be applied. To
newspapermen and to his own in-
formation service, he is a man with
little understanding and less ap-
preciation of the role of the press
and certainly not of publicity.
To the Pentagonsall over the
worldhe is the man who created
an army, and a tough, efficient
little army, out of a peculiar vision
blended with a fine sense of what's
what in the world of today. To
scholars, particularly of the clas-
sics, he is an insatiably curious col-
[leaguewith prqfpnnH insight into
the beauties of distant cultures and
a special sensitivity about his own
old-new nation and its place in his-
tory. An astounding, dogged, once-
in-many-decades kind of person
and the State of Israel might never
have been established without him
and certainly it would not have
survived its first precarious
months. Israelisof all and any
parties, are glad that B.G. will not
be far away in the futureand
many think that it is well that the
"Great Change" took place while
he is here to supervise and watch
and comment.
*
MOSHE SHARETT part and
parcel of the very fabric of Israel.
Almost native-born. The only man
who could possibly have been Is-
rael's first foreign Ministerand
not because he speaks eight lan-
guages well and is infinitely pol-
ished and suave^but because he is
a man with a razor-keen mind, and
a sense of international values
situation, stare at it for a while
and a unique ability to grasp a
and sum it upquickly, accur-
ately, brilliantly. A man with a
better eye for public relations and
a better ear for publicity. Not a
visionary, nor a bulldog. But a man
who can wisely and well steer Is-
rael through the next harassed,
awkward years. Perhaps better, in
his own way, than B.G. whose iras-
cible, impatient statements often
required applications of elaborate,
soothing treatments afterwards.

MOSHE SHARETT will be Prtm-
The
Gurion
ier during Israel's adolescent years agricultural outpost in the Negev.
as a nation's growth is measured.
Every one took it for granted.
First B.G. and then Sharett. It
could hardly be otherwise. These
two, so very different from each
other, and so complementary to
each other, were inv themselves
symbolic of a great deal, and Israel
is fortunate to have them both at
the same time. B.G. and his wife
are now living on the land. Not ex-
actly like other settlers, maybe.
Anyhow, not yet. But B.G. is hap-
py. More than anything else, he
wants to share, somehow, in the
great reclamation of the Negev.
When the Cadillac purred its
readiness to take off B.G. had
only one thing to say by way of
farewell. He said it with great feel-
ing "good-bye, Tel-Aviv, send your
sons to colonize the land."
Anyhow, the carpers and the
critics had their innings quietly.
The whole thing was over quickly.
The big black Cadillac brought Mr.
and Mrs. Ben-Gurion to Sdeh Boker
where they will live and then drove
through Israel back to Jerusalem
... to drive Mr. Sharett on official
business.
No revolutions. No mobs. Noth-
ing much except perhaps a nation-
wide sense of relief that The
Change was over. And even more
fortunate that the shift is only one
of personalities and not politics or
parties.
Guards stand watch against the possibility of Arab raids in
the isolated area of Sde Boker, the Israeli border village in
which former Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and his wife,
Paula, now live. The Ben-Gurions' new three-room home is
the building pictured at the right.
Ben-Gurion Retires to
Quietude of Sde Boker
residents of Sde Boker. Together,
they will share in the prpgram be-
ing financed by Israel Bpnd invest-
ments, which are rapidly develop-
ing the desert settlement into a
sheep and cattle raising center.
Mr. Ben-Gurion. who visited the
United States in May. 1951, to in-
augurate the State of Israel Inde-
pendence Bond Issue, has attrib-
uted a major role in Israel's eco-
nomic growth to the investment by
more than 600.000 Americans. Per-
haps the most significant single
achievement made p o ssible
through Israel Bond funds has
been the exploration and develop-
ment of natural resources in the
Negev.
The transition from State leader
decision of David Ben-
to relinquish Irael's high-
est post, that of Prime Minister,
in exchange for the rugged life of
a pioneer in Sde Boker. a small
has served to draw attention to the
development of that area.
Recognized as an outstanding
statesman and as a chief founding
father of the State of Israel, the
former Prime Minister and his
wife have resumed the arduous
chores of a cattle and sheep rais-
ing settlement reminiscent of their
early struggles in Palestine 30
years ago. In sharp contrast to the
two modern residences they occu-
pied in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, I
they will live in a three room cot- tQ fl ,ess inent but active role
tage in the little colony in the
wilderness of the Negev desert.
At 67, Mr. Ben-Gurion appears
to be turning back the clock to
relive his pioneer days. Actually,
his dramatic return to an isolated
rural area in the heart of the
largely unsettled Negev region is
an inspiring example to the en-
tire country. No single act in re-
cent years has so clearly pinpoint-
ed the importance of furthering
the pioneering spirit which blazed
the trail to Jewish Statehood in
the years 1900 to 1948 in Pales-
tine.
Living side by side with the
sturdy settlers at Sde Boker, Mr.
Ben-Gurion will report each morn-
ing at a work assignment given out
as a State builder will find Mr.
Ben-Gurion helping his wife with
the dishes and other household
chores. The people of Israel see in
his dramatic decision to return to
the land the beginning of a new
and forceful chapter in the life of
a dynamic, dedicated leader.
Helen Gottesman Does
Magazine Cover
The December. 1953 issue of the
magazine. Jewish Horizon, carries
on its front cover a special Cha-
nuka illustration by the noted de-
signer. Miss Helen Gottesman, of
Hollywood. California.
The illustration depicts a smil-
by the colony's secretary'- His wife. I ing youth contemplating the Cha-
Paula, a registered nurse, will be! nuka candles. The artist is the
in charge of first-aid, thus con, daughter of Mr. Alfred Gottesman,
tributing to the well-being of the'9232 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach.
League Schedules Musical,
literary Evening January 23rd
Miami Beach Muic and Arts
e will hold a musical eve-
"my at the Pontiac Hotel on Sat-
urday evening. January 23rd, 8:30
The program, arranged by Ruth
lliotman, executive vice president
"I the League, will present Beulah
Godwin, Miami poetess, Anita Ka-
ras, European mezzo-soprano, and
Anyuta Melicov, local pianist
Also programmed are Carlos
of Guatamala, bass-bari-
tone, Eliette Flores, French-Swiss
Pianist, and an instrumental trio
under the direction of Mary- Lee
Wainrigfet, of Palm Beach.
Scheduled are the works of
French pianist-composer Francois
de Breteuil. who will appear with
he trio. Lucille Keyes ODonnell
W|l> be hostess.
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PAGE 2 B
Discussion Held
At Parent Institute
Fathers took over the Janu-
ary Institute for Parents at the
three nursery schools of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Community Cen-
Topic for discussion was. Papa i
A Parent Too. and the changing
role of the father in the family of
today will be completely explore
On hand to moderate a panel of
fathers of. nurserj school children
were Dr. Seymour Blumenthal,
practicing psychologist He will he
at the Beach Branch on Monday
evening, January 11th. 8:30 p.m.
and at the Town Branch on Tues-
day evening
Philip Seligman. father of a nur-
,, rj ., hi acted as mod
i rator at the I ranada Jew-
ish i'enter on Wednesda) Janu-
*y 13th.
Chairman at the Town Branch
\u Nathan Siden. at the 1
'its. S..1 Kami, and at Flagler-Gra
nada. Mrs. Leo Lubin.
At Flagler-Granada. the panel
consisted of Dr George Gittle-
snn. Mr. Edward Peiser and Sam
uel Goldstein.
At the Town Branch. Bernard
Hutner and a group of fathers
made up the panel.
Dr Mcur.ce Lev. Fc |W <** oi ^^^ *Z
Ls at Mount Ed Hoital. Samuel Gertn. execu v
doctor and Dr. David A. Nathan, chairmar,oMheMed cal
Start are seen congratulating Dr. Isaac Snapper, en.el lee
fJrer a. .he Professor Protempore Medical Program held m
Mount Sinai December 20th through December 26th.
Golden Age Friendship Club Holds
Installation of Officers Sunday Eve
Kramer gel together; Jacol
P*ff... white
Mrs Lillian
Psychological Group
Installs Officers
Installation dinner of the senior
and junior groups of the Dynamic
Psychological Society of Greater
Miami was held last week at the
Biscayne Terrace Hotel.
Officers installed for the senior
group include Mrs Moses Meyers,
president; Mrs. Sidney Ettinger.
vice president: Mrs. Ben flinch,
vice president: Mrs. Mae Levantin.
recording secretary; Dr. Sidney
Moss, treasurer: Mrs. B Burke, fi-
nancial secretary: and Mrs. Milton
Rothman. corresponding secretary
Junior group officers are Mich-
ael Meyers, president: Esther Mala-
bel. vice president; Gus Dana, re-
cording secretary: Judy Abbott
treasurer; and Frances Lazarus,
corresponding secretary.
. Installation was conducted by Dr.
Samuel Kahn. of New York, found-
er of the organization.
F.fraim H (".ale. executive direc
tor of the Greater Miami Jewish man. refreshment
Community Center, was guest MuenMer. public, y. Rudolph
elect Ko* constitution Louis Abeioff.
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the Golden Age Friendship Club
of the Town Branch on Sunday.
January 10th.
Among elected officers install
ed were Hyman Kam. president:
Jacob Blumensohn. 1st vice presi-
dent. Mr- Minnie Steighlitt, 2nd
vice president; Mrs Lizzie Litt,
3rd vice president: Mrs ROM Shli-
\ek, recording secretary: Mrs. Min-
nie Kanner. corresponding secra
tary: Mrs Goldie, Rosenberg, social
secretary; Mrs Harriet Zimmer-
man, financial secretary: and Mr
Louis Weintraub, treasurer.
Also installed were the fol-
lowing committee chairmen and
Board members Henry Garison,
program and planning; William
seph Horowitz, reception. Israel
Borosoff, membership: and Abfl
Rock, finance
Board members arc Mrs Louis
Weintraub, Mrs Anna Levine. Mrs
Molhe Ginsberg Mr- Minnie tin
benstein. Mrs Dim Kam. Mrs I-
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*JentstifkxMian
PAGE 3 B
ry Schultz to be Principal Speaker
Aronovifz Testimonial February 7th
jury Edward Schultz. national
rman of the Anti-Defamation
fur of B'nai B'rith, will be tea
id gpealper at the testimonial
L r to be held in honor of
|or Abe Aronovitz, of the City
Miami, on Sunday. February
. t the Biscayne Terrace Ho-
inder the ipoMOnhip of Sho-
I .lc.
kh'iltz will visit Miami to join
|>n iring Mayor Aronovitz* many
if service in the program of
I.Nnti Defamation League, B"nai
|h and the cause of democracy.
New York City attorney.
Itz for many years has been
Ire in civic and educational cir-
ln 1941. he was appointed hy
|late Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia
> Board of Higher Education
i ay of New York. He served
nairman of the Queens College
hi of Trustees and was chair-
___I
sm
York University and Cooper Union.
Schultz is a member of the Board
of Trustee* of the Queens Speech
ami Hearing Center, the Hoard of
Directors of the Sarah Delano
Roosevelt Ho use. the Interfaith
House at Hunter College, the Board
of Directors of TV station \vatv
and radio station \\'.\ at. the Board
of Truatw i of the Free Syna-
gogue of Flushing, Long Maud, and
Of the Advisory Hoard of Ifisericor-
dla Hospital.
During the war. he was OOUnsel
to a number of Appeals Boards
He helped organize the Benjamin
Cardoza Lodge of B'nai B'rith and
is a member of its Executive Com-
mittee. He is honorary chairman of
the Joint Defense Appeal, the
American Jewish Committee, and
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith.
Joseph A. Rayvis is chairman of
the Testimonial Dinner Committee.
Serving with him are Alan B. Kess-
ler, Frank Jaffee. Stanley Caidin,
Sanford M. Swerdlin, Gilbert J.
Balkin. Edward S. Both, Bernard
Newmark. Sidney M. Aronovitz,
Edward Klein. Milton A. Friedman?
William L. Pallot. Burnett Roth,
George J. Talianoff and Marvin
Rosin.
In charge of reservations are Ed-
ward Klein and Rayvis.
Mrs. Nedbor is Hostess
Beth David PTA will hold a
Board meeting on Monday evening.
January 18th. 8 p.m., at the home
of Mrs. Robert Nedbor. 2350 S\V
Ind Terrace.
I WANT MY MILK
Htnry I. Schullt
f the Executive Committee
Be Board of Higher Education
1949 to June. 1953.
graduate of New York Law
in 1928 and admitted to the
in 1929, he became associated
the practice of law with his
Bier Jo.eph, attorney for pub-
prs. newspapers and magazines.
|e is a member of the New York
and New York State Bar Asso-
lons and has served as counsel
these associations in cases ta-
ring the unauthorized practice
law His practice includes labor
It ions and general corporate
\k. and he is counsel to publish
ciations, department stores
radio and TV stations.
is considered an expert on
I law and censorship. He has
bli-hed articles on censorship in
Journal of Educational So-
logy and has addressed educa-
lal and civil groups, such as the
fional Education Association and
American Civil Liberties
lion Annually he lectures at New
Kmd Be ffntfe in
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin IT Milk
"MUk Products"
Dacre Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
of air* M. anappcr Creak
GLASS
FOR EVERY
PURPOSE
STORE FRONT PLATE sod WINDOW OLAM
furniture Tope. Beveled Mlrron aad ReeUTertxsg Our Specialty
LAG. GIwum and Mirror Work
136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834
MORRIS ORUS W1fO GORDON
Gomplek and SbepctuJaMe 3Vle &wke
MIAMI TITLt
& Obstruct Co.
U YEARS OF TTTLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
Title lasvreece Felicies af
(miu City THte ktsanwc* Ce.
Cmmltml, $er'" teserres
124 SHORELAND ARCADE
TELEPHONE 9-18W
Home Residents f
To Be Feted
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appell
will be hosts to residents of the
Jewish Home for the Aged at their
monthly birthday party on Tues-
day. January 19th, 8 p.m., in Doug-
as Gardens
Program chairman is Mrs Lewis
M kovsky. Cantor B. Silberman,
of Toledo, Ohio, Irving Kaufman.
! of the Avon Tour, and Grade Bar-
| rie will be artists of the evening.
Wick...Rich...
Satisfying...
and so deliriously smooth!
Shown viewing the specially prepared exhibit of the. Joint
Defense Appeal on display at the offices of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation are (left to right) Samuel C. Levenson, Ex-
ecutive Committee, Greater Miami Jewish Federation; George
J. Talianoff, chairman, Florida Executive Committee, Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai B'rith; and Dr. Joseph M. Weidbarg,
president. Greater Miami Chapter, American Jewish Commit-
tee. The Joint Defense Appeal is the fund raising arm of the
American Jewish Committee and Anti-Pefamation League of
B'nai B'rith, which are devoted to the combatting of bigotry
and advancement of democracy.
ran
ream
Da.de Federal
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
At the Close of Businei
DECEMBER 31, 1953
Resources
Cash on Hand and In Banks............................ $3,964,239.96
U.S. Government Bonds................................ 3,484.031.25
Interest Receivable Accrued on Bonds and _________
Investment, ..................................... 31.021.00
Dade Federal First Mortgage Loans...................... 29.535.027.01
FHA Insured First Mortgage Loans...................... 4.918.105.33
Veteran Guaranteed First Mortgage Loans................ 6.491.82558
Secured Loans to Members............................. 682.277.38
Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank....................... 570.600.00
Dade Federal Building. Other Real Estate,
Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment
(Including Branches) .............................. 1.137,135.27
Deferred Charges and Other Assets...................... 523.403.90
Total Rasourcas...................,............... $51.537.666.68

Liabilities And Reserves
Savings Accounts ..................................... **3.169.386.72
Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank ................ 4.206,250.00
Interest Accrued on Advances.........................* 6.3 11.00
Loans in Process ...................................... 267.712.06
Advance Payments by Borrowers for Taxes
and Insurance .................................... 144.634.49
Other Liabilities ...................................... 132.637.32
General Reserves ..................................... 3.128.225.85
Surplus ..'............................................ 482,509.24
Total Liabilities and Reserves....................... $51.537.666.68
Dade Federal
JOSEPH M. LIPTON. Prtidmtt
3 Convenient Offices to Serve You
ALLAPATTAH BRANCH MAIN OFFICE TAMIAMI BRANCH
1400 N.W. 36th Street 45 N.E. 1st Avenue 1359 S.W. 8th Street
DADl ftDlKAl SAVINGS accounts mrt INSURED fa $?0,000 by rfc* Faearaf Savings mnd leoa
\ntur.ct Ceraeretfea m*i EAtN liberal divHtnttt fwiet a year far yea mt the
carreat rmtt at 3% aer aaaaat.



PAGE 4 B
Trades Division Heads Announced;
Leaders Assume Posts Second Time

s


- > Stores

pan-,
campaign Apparel
Rravif
A wi II known carri|
veteran : im


sion, s
i

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"
Let vet-
wQI serve as gr
ents Unit
clos ly with Chaikin ol thi
Group.
Sam Resnick ha- accept
man-hip ol the Builder-. Real Es-
I
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to the Stati




...
Groundbreaking for Agudath
Israel Institute Scheduled
Grei the
for) A..
Institute
; 17th at
3 p m
Hon. Holt si n-
i unty.
will be principal speaker Rabbi
Isaac Ever, -pintual leader, will
deliver the invocatii
In addition to Judge Holt,
ers will include Miami Bi
H Shapiro Dade Coun-
r John D. Harsh, Dade
1 ommissioni r i nt St
Rabbi Simon April, prt s
ter Miami Rabbinical
Association, and Ral
ol the Miami i;, ai h Jewish
Irving Pjetrack violinist, will he
p
I v.. rean,
S Maurice
' Kele-
FRIDAY. JANUapv
'5,
Cor. billed Jewish Appeal Trades Division Gro jp chairmen take time out at a busy
,-uce Hotel to pose. Shown with campaign chairman Aaron!
seated extreme left are Abe Kurman, trades chairman Sam J. Heunan. William |
ling rear left to right ore Leo Ackerman. Lee Simians, San^
: Lou h, tvhX Bill Wein raub. Sam Resnick and Joseph M. Lipton.
I

; the Fll
will

Company l>i\ ision, it
I ; 11' .man
The Tradi 1 lii Lsii pun
sible fur r.,i-inu ovei M
1953 nearly one-half "I the cam
d that he
: to -in
pass that mark
? TASTY ami NUTRITIOUS and GOOD for EVERY0Sl\
' %**. Hclland HONEY BREAD and CaKEJ
Excellent too ... fm
SPECIAL DIETS
No *9gt. wheat fat i-jacj
yiup u*d m ihtit j*]
This makti them vert >)
irabto loi allergy. u?a{
tnctad. and low calaw!
dieli Salt-free variety ao4<
pacially foe low iodnm At<
1.1.il (.< tkiUm\ '* >** i
Mad. by HOLLAND HONEY CAXE COMPANY. Holland. Mtctufa*!
COCHRAN DISTRIBUTING CO., 161 HE. 30th St
then Compare
ttttH tt*
Theater Group Will
Apoear at Center
The Jewish Folk Bihm
In ati Miami will have it- first
ranee Friday, January I
It30 p.m al the Jewish cultural
' enter
Featured is a revue consisting
l I.ilk songs m makeup and cos
tame, a -ketch by l L. Perett and
a -cine irnin Sholem-Aleichem's
work The-Grand Sweanstake
. The .group is under the direction
nf Mayer Euenberg. Husfcal ar-
rangement are by Irving R Keren
man.
Interest on Regular Savings Accounts
ON Ai.ANCES UP TO 25.000.00
Compounded Semi-annually Payable June 1st and Dec. 1st
SAVINGS INSURED UP TO -10,000.00
Complete Commercial Banking Services
DRIVE-IN TELLERS RANK BY MAIL
PAN AMERICAN BANK
OF MIAMI
IXIMS! jiltdtvt PHOHF 8? S461

w
wborida!
bat wToteri boch* ear. sport tog* md ctmuk ia Flood*
"ill b nc hmrna-* M)lc leader, all w Aaacoca.
Vcv >oU c0 g,, a ,i And WMth fof ^ nonda.llade- label*. They ..ear. **
w.jtinal,...dcaigned for Florida'* carefree, take u easy liinf
f. P'Kcd for Flood. iilyfiJ- budjeo.
I'lHlM POWER 4 LIGHT COMPAMY
4


^Y. JANUARY IS, 1954
*>*Wf> nrrtHfi^rj
PAGE 5B
lettP Again
It'll tO i*OHt
is Gillette was reelected pres-
if the Miami Beach Men's
)n Guild for the seventh con-
Ire year last week.
has headed the unique mens-
group since its inception in
|er officers named by the
for the coming years were
\h Linn, 1st vice president; Al
2nd vice president; Larry
nan. secretary; and Jack Sil-
fcn, treasurer.
Miller, Herman Frankel
kl Leslie were elected direc-
>f the group.
Kroup. which has gained na-
recognition in the men's ap-
field, has contributed more
(14,000 to charitable and civic
It also has inaugurated an
al scholarship program at the
ersity of Miami which to date
received more than $4,600 in
krest project of the men's
Un group has been a group
mice plan for employes of
member stores. Almost 100
li, of Guild stores sad their
are receiving riosprtalizs
al, health and life hi-
ll ction under the plan.
Camp Carlylp .
Hotels Reunion
The annual reunion of (amp Car
lyle, llendcrsonville, North Caro-'
linn, was held Sunday afternoon at1
the Algiers Hotel. Some 300 camp-
ers, parents and staff members
were quests of Mrs. .tean Arnold.
Miami Beach, owner, at the recep-
tion.
Out-of-town guests Included Win
ton L. Moeller, executive director,
and Mrs Moeller, of Cincinnati,!
Ohio, where Mr. Moeller is princi
pal of Woodward High School; Ah
Mr Kuhen. athletic director and
high school football coach, of Cin-
cinnati; John N. Achzehner, direc-
tor of dramatics and publications
and Newport. Kentucky, high
school faculty member: Miss Janet
Moeller, University of Illinois, rid
ing mistress; Bill Fitzgerald, Uni-
versity of Cincinnati Medical
School, director of trips and hikes.
Camp dances and songs were pre-
sented in a series of programs As-
sisting at the reception were Mrs
A. A. Hay den, member of the Dade
County school system, and Mrs.
Hurry Grossman, local civic leaner
Both Mrs Hayden and Mrs.
Grossman laid here this week that
registration is now open for Camp
Carryle. Both are representatives
ol the camp.
\i- > announced was the addition
Arthur Weyne Named
Editor of Exponent
PHILADELPHIA Arthur,
Weyne, long prominent in Jewish
journalistic circles, has been
named editor ol the Jewish Expo-
nent to SUOSeeq David J. Gaiter
Weyne edited a number of news-
in this country, Including
the English pace of the Jewish
Day, and more recently was editor
of the Circle, the Jewish Welfare
Boards monthly journal.
Auth)! ol journalistic manuals
and of a biography o f Joshua.
Weyne also was a lecturer at Ye-
shiva University.
Caller will continue his associa-
tion with the Exponent as consult
ing editor.
AND
Plan Rummage Sale
Goodwill Group met Thursday in
the Trail Lodge Pythian Hall. Plans
were formulated for the opening
of the group's rummage sale be-
ginning January 18th, at 6745 SW
8th Street, as a fund raising proj-
ect for Goodwill welfare work.
Chairman of the project will be
Mr- Etta Stotsky.
VARIETY CREATES APPETITE!
WOLFFS BROWN KASHE
has that wonderful roailed nutlike flavor of
100% real buckwheot thai goes over bigl
Banishes meallime monotonyserve it in soups
... use it in stuffings, fillings, puddings, pancakes
end countless other "Old World" favorites and
modern treats. So good so many ways. Rich in
protein and other wholesome food elements.
DELICIOUS NUTRITIOUS THRIFTY
AISO FHIOY WOIFF S CM AMY KERNf IS DfllCHTfUl
BUCK VVHMT GlrS THAT'S fASr fO PtttfAKE... IAS Y TO DIGliTt
OH i A I t AT
MARGARET ANN STORES
LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES EkcIuiv> DiatnDutors
2402 N.E. 2nd AVENUE. PHONE 3-7711
to (amp Carlyle of its new gate
house which provides a children -
-ion room and recreational
facilities' for i ounseloi b.
i ma B. hi...I
. it Rich
Show
I Lady
l i.i.ii, i. I,
Buy Thai
M> mi Made
l>. !>"ii>;
t>i Pai Mui
Sin K.I McConn I Strike I' Rli h
I'antor'K Ktiidv "
huiirr Clrcua I l.am|> I'ulo K*i The l.'li- Show
Valiant Lad]
Capl Midnight Look Up, Uve To R Inn ceri
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Span- I'Hirol ThE Is The I.if. Arthur Godfrey
Johnny Jupiter Billy flrah.-ini I Menu Magta
"___________W h. it Tr'ltle I _____________
AFTERNOON "
THE PERFEQ CRACKER
Firry, iocijI, *naclc o* luncheon
Tim Tam'l topi foe crumby muneriiii't
1< > ibc 6ne*. rlaluru friend a vmk lea Had
...ic'i ihe perfect lafte-maie to all your
favorite beverages, juice* and aprcadal
\ "ii Kdltk>n
of i If,
eh Km Tomor.
1; 'Idlrm l.lathi
Mia Top
81 Bch'l of Air NrMin Edition
i ov ..' Life
t'n. Holi F*nles B'rch For Tom
Ouldtne Mnhi
brunch With Judy
'lary Moore
Ki.v It. .*!.!
I'M in lie view| ltr'i-h \V. Judy
Meet Millie
'apt. Horta Jiiv.-iiilc Jury '(lary Moore
I'n.n-Vlll* I _______.
Cobba corner
At Jaokie'i Houm

la.ent Ranch Jamie tttory I Cabbs Comar
I Pride of r^tmll>j Jiukloa HottM
Big Payoff si ,h,, ,,f Win Id I't-pHi riayli'ar III* I'avoff
I "
Kate Smith I T'hle W. Kthr To He Ann .'fir Kate Smith
I "___________.
\ -. fJIbi
I'nrle Martin Von Air- There I Alec (ill..-.ii
Mi Wlsard Mr Peeaeri
' :> on K Ml, key Amateur Hour Oninllma
S'lp'-rnian I
-'.-.t of Itfckoll
w athei man
'-* of All aorta
'II Tin III*
': ni, k Raporthnc_
'Jreateat Dramea
Ik (l0 KlNhlml
''"ilK K.U.u.l,
i:ddl KUher
Knnrm i'l Newa-Weatker
IV ININ 0
II. a Skelton
Olenn, Mickey
Cls.-o Kill
Shopper'a Ouldi
Lo" Ranser
Mi>"'"Mtr>a
Ili-rili-k llepoi'ta
Who Said Thai I Ufi- W. Kalher'
Mama
I've (Jot A Herret
Two F. Money i I'rrvate Sec.
Jackie- (Jleamaii t'omedj Ho
I
Publli- Service
w, Biherman
Jack of Sport*
-.ll" v'-
Renlc-k Report''
Thl* HT D?i

Doug Bdwardi
l, it Theater
BurnH tt Allen
Plitone iii.nr
s- liliti I'layhciune
Mr. M, N'utl.y
I
I ., n Iiiirlaur Blnat croab?
Show llualnn* fon BM Life
lillette rlghta
."Id Tlnn- V, v.
Sh. of Shows Trie W B
ini Cicrade '' tJne
I I.ove l.i
My Kv.
SimHo one
weather
WjVreMllna
^> Sign i.if
Place The !-;< I""' H":
l'...i'lno
M.,1.,1 Thaatar tf
Man B d Baals'
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Sign Off
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Entertainment and all other
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Pjmlst rkrkfiaii=^=
FRIDAY. JANUARY 15
PAGE 6 B
Miami's Ne* Mayor is Quiet
But Firm in Hi* Busy Office
Jewi.h FlorWtafl Fetu'e
Thej

said H
est folk

\: : ran
1 ti n Hi '
and both tinu-
powerful intei --
;uain>t him. includii the I
and bus companies and
paper-. The latter welt
determined that he shoul
They called me a chronic corn-
plainer." he explained
But I had no ulteri '
and their attacks nevei fared me.
I iut kept wondering what 1 couid
do to eliminate the oppositi
The quiet Mayor, whose quiet
manner is deceptive I ind it
lies an energetic pattern of bound-
determination and unflinch-
ing concern lor the city h
heads, said that he ha I 1
his mind to get elected to thi
Commission despiti
-t before him. I did prec
what a politician :.
Somehow. I could mus'i
cem for the
sitionwhether it- lei -
be angered by my actin
whether th
en m(

He smili
for ":!:'.- on
to stand precisel; h I I

turbed by the fact that the
papi 1
Mayor Aroi
his he : sail; "It
was what I h
Then is a sim]
which tx
ol Miami > 1
circum-t.:'
vember election hi
ers, madi I th
d his chin though!
"When one run -
Awn
:i panorama of a
mean this liti rally 1
certain p< with
whom om has hi
thej call upon
your memory-"
There was th who, earl)
- N
-
-

edtell

state hei
he lenl
l< gal pi
"Sni
that time 22
\ror
and th
she l ntact n
an told me over the |
was
to-d r rt. thus
ing hi r debt
I |j :.....
reall) "
with hi
The
u-k. Sebi
[ the cii '
-
it
: him that
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I
t stetson Ui
II .
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ling to their 1

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Vi
rei
: '
e typical ol
government; n "

nto tl '
r Aroi
.
ferred I
He had isl
. h
was
......
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their quafl
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Ititrni I


M ami Mayor Abe Aionovitz tells Leo Mindlin. of The lewJ
loridian, that his ofiice will not be guided by the quiet proJ
ises of previous administrations._____________________
Versatile Manischewitz Sponge Mix
Mckes Variety of Delightful Cakes
who enjoy, wo* OSSSS^SSmi
City, New Jersey
Checkerboard Loaf
1 package HiolachewRi Si
1 ake mix
6 eggs, separated
4 tablespoons cold water
3 tablespoons cocoa
Separate mix into two tfJ
the kitchen or perhaps, in
l the modern kitchen
we should say relaxing" in
the kitchen the quick convenience
proof results ol Manisehe-
witf S| ?' Mi* are impor-
rs In the -teadily grow
..,; of home baking
Bu- even more important 1- the parts Using one part with]
I thus fine new cake mix ""<| 2 tablespoons cold water.
cake mix on the mar- ^k^g **2'0ns "" "**
It a spur to the ^ke # f1*.^
.!.-,,.. ... .hem creased 9 9 x J *
aker "* P. Thorough mta
. .,,, .!., of eg* and wate. to b*
. ndc, W1(n chocotaM1 cak. >iaJ
fa*. Mix *** 9 x 9 x J .pared
res ol other Pan .... ..\
and short Cut m*cato. who, cool, aft
, .,,,.,,, equal strips Ware 1 pfait
everj >"*en -t chocola'e

spread a thin coat 11 I rhocaMl
fudge fronting between each n
,,nd make them stick together Sprd
' a!,ra< frosting over too ol
,'\ Ing the colors atternai i> s j
checker board, build a Ml
"> rhoCO ..rw -M. and 4 ,- h*
. rhc 1
low tested In the
-trips .wide and -4
pre.idms frost in
,ow* rid avers Krost top and udH
.ntire load and allov i.
It Is
n just
l Ketun
lian God \
': t hi
'"" 1 nt."
'
I
i.vvvnstm \unn*d
VommUtpp Howl
Jan

Committee
, 11 nation
\ir> ,
1 'N 1 5 1 ., > to spread S.T
Districl _________
ll BBYO
"
who held
ntire load and allov "set'
about an hour kefori
Chocolate Fudre Frosting
:t tups lifted conf<
sUK-ir
i.asp.ion salt
."1 labtespooni 1
1 large egg >oik
< iii> toft ihorU
out 7 tableapooi .
Silt together the
l;.. nd in the
rning and lastl) the h>t >i
intil smooth
UatlaHsah Slait*
Joint Hoard *M
I he Chapter Bo
1 mi iml bepter of Ha ''"?
'

' th the ol
tficull
\
Ittur. UI 1 -
to do is to point nut I

; '
administrations
eai 11 vi n be hoati m to Ik
1 r 12 member groi
for live ,n brunch m "
insurance Hotel on Monday. January ll
th George S a.m.
Tl
ol
11 and a
This will be the In
Vmveta Um establishment oi the ";
Miami ihar.ter of Bada --h tl*J
tmi of this 1
higher morality
Brushing
the aborted
in Hi
aside remark
1 h
'"' ;" Jews, to be watchful .
lard Butsom,
weei
'""";:i-- Th.....cand
nave been answ
......., s^.,uHici ui me intercollegiate Zionii t''1";'11- vehemenl 1
Federation 0f America ,s currently sponschng its third annua fi^* J ,te' <**
book drive. Books covering subjects including mathematics.
vice. nhilo*irT-vK\r *%j j:^:___
University of Miami Chapter of the Intercollegiate Zi
Federation of America is mrronthr IMn^,;,n ;i_ .i_- j .
_. ---------wwaMMj 0u>/jci.ia 011-iuuniq r
engineering science, philosophy and medicine are needed
for use at the Hebrew University and the Haifa Technion
Shown sorting some 400 of the 1,000 volumes needed to fulhll
S/^K gal Grf uPaul Kwi,ney' Vice President; Jackie
RcllSviTK he drive Stanley Sad. president; and
Rom Hyman, Hebrew culture chairman for IZFA.
"''" is no doubl thai Mian
Mayor ,- 1 man with k,.,,
"f Integrity, The 7

complexity his r s'mLh,"> IW
character The '""^ "' '"'
pose his un?" """""" -"-
Offering their
sisSr M JrW'Sh Appeal are M. Louie Altechul 0**? ^
"ion fii 'anCes C" Mlll <* fcB riaht). The hu^
men Mr, ."I0!6 ,hown V**l Women". Division c ond fck A AbUn Qhi) and Mr.. Ixvmg Uhiman ^
d lrom le,,) a a recent Women'. Diriadon lanction.


>ARY 15. 1954
* I~*fc* n, rlHrfin,r>
PAGE 7 B
[Lodge
Officers
Dcrnis will be in-
grand of Sunshine
No. 9 at the Edu-
m, 25 Washington
lesday evening. Jan-
,m.
Fortin. deputy
district No. 24, will
l officer,
issume posts include
Ben Teitcl, vice
d Marcus, secretary;
.ncial secretary; Al-
lasurer; Harry Rose-
a s t noble grand;
rian, chaplain.
.jps Al Yatchie, war-
blo. conductor; Clara
bearer; Eugene Gil-
supporter; Stephen
ipportcr; Sol Thaler,
r to vice grand; Bea-
ieft supporter; Harry
guardian; Bertha
guardian,
imes Herman Cohen,
isio Yudkoff, right
chaplain; Jennie Co-
urier; Jack Theodore,
r to junior past no-
oc Berlly, left sup-
Sol Thaler. Harry
Clara Chaiken, trus
GUbt1 will be rep-
the Rebekah Assem-
whlch is holding its
linn in Miami in the
tnate Is Mrs. Morris
Acadvmy Sight
VoaturvH E'anrl
Monday was designated as Know
Your Academy Night for the par-
ents of Hebrew Academy children,
R&bbl Alexander S. Gross, priiui-
pal. announced.
Tht eveninj was sponsored by
the PTA group in conjunction with
Hebrew Academy Week now being
observed throughout the Greater
Miami area. .
First half of the evening sched-
ule followed th<; procedure of
Back To School rtiyht. Parents
visited Hebrew and English classes
and received the outline of the edu-
cational "day" of Academy stu
dents.
The program also featured a
panel discussion. Participating
were Rabbi M. Horovitz, sixth
grade Hebrew Department teacher,
and Malcolm Furman, eighth grade
English Department teaoher.
Mrs. Alfred Stone and Mrs.
Aaron S. Lauer represented the
parents. Mrs. Alex Kogan was
moderator.
Lodge Fetes Children
North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
held a party Saturday at the Royal
Palm Hotel for children of the Ken-
dall Home and the Children's
Home Society.
Voters to
ilk on
(Constitution
-dilative Ted David.
speaker designate of,
|rida Mouse of Reple-
vin Bpeak to the
Fomen Voters of Mi-
ll) a in Friday, Jan-
the auditorium of]
tin Beach Burdine de-
Meridian Avenue.
rmiI will discuss Flor-
S-. (he need for a hen
lution and the prac-
|tii i ol obtaining; -u< h
revision. The first
state program of the
H> lernization of Flor
I which was writ
l i Mrs Bernard R
ictun "i Government
I Hi" Miami Beach
Rade County, we are
intere ted In obtain- ]
li n preaentatioa
i n.ier the present
i have reached the
entation and.
1 ill- average is one
for every 32.000
hi- approximate!)
dents."
MARGARET YOMEN
Program Director
Jewish Family
Program
(ia English)
A If VI SNOW
Mon. thru Fri. 6:30 7 p.m.
WMIE 1140 on the Dial
BEN YOMEN
Music Direcfor
Burnett Roth
Doily Newscaster

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c/i/e ttr/iv A/i/Jtr
pv>/ in funeuilbelvdce
A service that leaves a >
lasting remembrance
of beauty and reverence
and the utmost in
considerate attention at a
time when most needed
GORDON
UNERAL HOME, Inc.
rllAMI MIAMI BEACH
[10 S.W. nth AVE. 1333 DADE BIVD.
fh. 3-3431 Ph. 5-7677
t. M. MNNITT, PkjMal Wroelor
Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro presents Irving Kelemer
(center) keys to the city on the occasion of his Bar Mitzvah at
the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Cantor Borele
Kelemer, the Bar Mitevah'a father, looks on.
History of Jewish Music
To be Featured on Beach
Center Sisterhood Program
History Of Jewish Mush- In Kar-
. ration And Son* will be Iratured
on the program when the Sister-
hood of the Miami Beach Jewish
ler holds its regular monthly
meeting Wednesday. January"20th,
1 p.m., in the Center Dining Room.
Mrs. Joseph A. Berman. president,
announced this week.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin is program
chairman for the Sisterhood, and
participants in next Wednesday's
program will be Mrs. Murray
Grossman as narrator, with music
and songs by Mrs. David Drucker
and Mrs Irving Nelson.
A business meeting will precede
the program, at which time p!an>
will be discussed for the forth-
coming Moshe Kuscvitsky concert
to be staged by the Sisterhood on
February 17th in the Center as its
one fund raising event of the year


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AJCommittee Meeting January M\
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Discussion on Jewish
Education at Bureau
Slated Monday Evening
b child .'t
. Hebrew
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meet..
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FRIDAY.
lANUARy]
Miami Members of National Horn?!
Tag Day Here on February 11th.
More thai 300 Munu women, all
I the Florida cha*an
i,v.,-h National Hone wr
,\sthmaiic Children al Danvar, will
, here rebruar. nih
: (he children un-
it the Denver Homo,
nm,unccd bj Mr- Sol AMI
.idem of the Loroat
, ol the II"""'
Mr- tiexandar explained that
,l Home, the only < h..r
institution ol it- kind in
,., ,. open to all need) chil-
ufferim fr.-m ehraik ...
ama
The non lectarian institution hai
Riven frei treatment t" many Flor-
ida children h.. were afflicted
m v, re asthmatic conditions.
I she pointed oul that the
Home's medical and re-
program focused <>n the care
, rel) asthmatic child li
without cost to the parenU
sent to the Denvar
i staj oi ;i child a.
hi h< continued,
year* Dur
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*>Jm>lsit k>rklk*n
PAGE SB
lein Again
Auxiliary
[n of officers of the
ancr Ladies' Auxili..i>
Itiofl Monlicello Park
nn Wednesday. .Ian
30 p.in ;il the Monti
[Jewish Center.
Hi A. EUekovsky, spirit-
\>. ill l>.' in-l.illinii olli
Hell i> in charge
ram Committee.
|or the coming year m
hes Mary Klion, presi-
Lasser, 1st vice presi-
Bi' Ahramowitz. 2nd vice
Marilyn Friedman, re-
lic 'lary: Bea Weiss, cor-
lecretary; Arlene Baer,
and Harriet Schechter,
ecrclary.
tubers are the Mes-
|fo -kowit/, Charlotte
Stella Bernstein,
^n Wll unanimously re-
second term as pre.si-
1.1 the groups for the
include the institution
ir System and varied
events which will alao
ertainment for mem-
acir lamilies.
Home Coming Brunch at Temple Beth Sholom for college youth throughout the United States featured greetings by Leon I.
Ell, Beth Sholom president, Sydney J. Greenberg, executive director. Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Among
those present were Laurence Mamlet, Dartmouth; Marshall Harris, Harvard; Nancy Rothman, Michigan; Elizabeth Simkowitz.
California; Jules Arkin, US Air Force; Vickie Herman, Syracuse; Barbara Loeb and Sandra Ell, Vassar; Gilda Goldstein,
North Carolina; Carol Fenias Michelson, Brandeis; Marcia Julien, Stevens; Charlotte Glick and Marvin Goodman, Florida;
Carol Washer, Marilyn and Buddy Udell and Marilyn and Judy Krensky, Miami; Kenneth Beckerman and David Hillman.
MIT; Morris Broad, North Carolina; Jerry Lehman, Florida Southern; Richard Adler, Vanderbilt; and Ronald and Edmund
Ansin, Harvard. Hostesses were the Mesdames Gilbert Goldman, Lewis Loeb, Leon J. Ell, Irving Rothman, Louis Krensky, Saul
Herman, Joseph Arkin and Benjamin Mandell.
:hewitz Soup
leal Mood
up ;il mealtime sets
|cn everything that fol-
nu'iiu. and one of the
most satisfying starts
\\ i- that good old-time
kanischawitl Mushroom
I Soup.
Ith delicately tender,
koomi and firm, flavor-
pd barley, as well as
[beans, carrots, celery
|y of other vegetables, i
Mushroom and Bar-
Is all the thick, rich, i
fry of home cooked soup
Vnd essentially, it is a
[coup, prepared in small
\n exclusive home-kin h
II is a savory, stick-to-
up with enough sound
quality, enough solid
to make it a meal in
since Manischewitz
ind Barley Soup is pa-
kcs the perfect prelude
fel. meat or dairy, that
ive planned for your
youngster who carries
to school, a thermos
i'hewitz Mushroom
k Soup has all the ele-
Tthe ideal hot mid-day
hkea just a couple of
haal in the morning.
mi's a much-needed nu
up at the halfway mark
bol day
fwitz Mushroom and Bar-
I like* the other delicious
in the Manischewitz
r^>P line, is featured at
Been everywhereST.
Classical Hour
DON NEW TIME
ITION WWPB
fo on Your Dial
proudly presents
PSH CLASSICAL
HOUR
with
o< Jewish Commentators
>RRIS NASATIR
EVERY SUNDAY
fata
:30 to 11
B'nai B'rith Women Set Games Parties, Luncheons
Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith,
Women will hold a fund raising
card party on Wednesday evening.
January 20th. 830 p.m. at the
Miami Beach Anglers club, 533
West Avenue. Mrs. James Langel
is in charge of arrangements.

The Miami Beach Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will hold its
weekly menorah games party at
the Empress Hotel on Wednesday.
January 20th, 1 p.m. Mrs. Clare
Isaacs is in charge.
B'nai B'rith Women's Council of
South Florida will meet on Thurs-
day evening. January- 21st. 8:30
p.m., at the Miami Colonial Hotel.
Plans for the over-all donor lunch-
eon to be held February 23rd at
the Di Lido Hotel will be com-
pleted.
*
North Shore Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold its weekly
menorah card party at the Monte
Carlo Hotel on Wednesday, Jan-
uary 20th. 12:30 p.m.
Proceeds from Cook Book
To Aid Classes for Blind
The Greater Miami Section, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
has announced the publication of
its near cookbook. What's Cooking
In Council.
The book is composed of prize
winning recipes by local members
of the Council which have been
tested and sampled by recognized
authorities on foods.
Proceeds from the sale of the
book will go to Council's fund to
provide special equipment for
clas-cs for blind school children
in the Dade County public schools.
In charge of book purchasing
arc Mrs. Aaron Farr. Mrs. David
Both and Mrs. Seymour Somer-
stein.
M;ami Convalescent Home
I Specializing in Care to tho Elderly and
Chronically III. 24-Hour Nursing Serv-
ice. Special Diets Strictly Obaerved.
Private and Semi-Private Room*.
LEO ALLEN. Director
S38 S.W. 12th Avenue
Phones 3-S437 and 9-0278
littM V* 0*r
Naw Feature
UH IS JUST A
OMAN
PAN AMERICAN BANK
of MIAMI
OFFICERS and DIRECTORS
P. J. SERRALLES
Chairman of lh- Hoard
THEODORE A. DAVIS. JR.
President
EDUARDO MORALES
First VI.-,- Praatdent
W. C. PAYNE
Vice President and Cashier
J. M. GARCIA
Vice President
E. A. GERARD
Vice President
G. D. FAHRNER
Vice Prasri U nl
W. E. BOYD
\ |ca Pi<>i'i' in
D. R. JACKSON
Aftxitant Vice President
J. L. HALL
Assistant VI..- I'i.'sld.-nt
C. H. McINTIRE
Aaalatant Caahler and Auditor
W. R. CONWAY
Assistant Cashier
H. HARRY DENHAM
A-sl>tant OaaktOT
FRANCES P. LYONS
Aaalatant Caahler
DIRECTORS
P. J. SERRALLES
i in*n of the Hoard
J. L. CABASSA
First Vlca Chairman
GUTLLERMO CABRERA
Wm aaaf Visa Chairman
THEODORE A. DAVIS. JR.
President of Hank
A. J. HARRIS
PrtaMral Mldwaai m..-ik;>. .
CECIL P. HOLLAND
,. ,,,.,. Aii-Mi.r-.i Motor* Inc.
KENNETH S. KEYES
Chairman of tho Boar*,
The KaroJ coropaay
SHELBY P. LANCSTON
Pr-td.nl. USSSU^ -
EDUARDO MORALES
First Vlca Piosi.l.nl of UanK
J. A ROIG
Pre.ld.nt. Hf-gOT *
O. H. SALLEY
Attorney. Counaal for Hank
MM. WEISS
Ckalnnaa ""T,, "'.;'
.;,., Myron Studio*
HERMAN H. WIRSHING
Vice President
Sorralles fc-veia'-" *'"" ""'
Pan American Bank Building
250 S.E. First Straat, Miami, Fla.
Founded December 1. 1945
Statement of Condition
AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1953
RESOURCES
Cash................................................................................:S10,045.093.50
Government Bonds ...................................................... 9,524,302.31
State, County and Municipal Bonds........................ 4.707,063.01
Other Bond*.................................................................. 97,500.00
Federal Re*rve Bank Stock...................................... 36,000.00
Obligations Fully Guaranteed By U. S.
Government .......................................................... 1,777,540.49
Loans and Discounts Fully Secured........................ 8,349,344.89
Business and Other Loans.......................................... 5 032,211.27
Customers' LiabilityLetters of Credit.
Accruals and Other Assets.....................
TOTAL RESOURCES.
LIABILITIES
S39.569.055.47
376.441.35
981,534.75
$40.927.031.57
DEPOSITS.................................................................... $38,387,454.49
Accruals and Other Liabilities ................................ 279,182.80
Letters of Credit............................................................ 376,441.35
Capital (Common Stock)...............................................$ 1,000,000.00
Surplus, Undivided Profits and Reserves................. 883,952.93 1.883,952.93
TOTAL LIABILITIES
S40.927,031.57
BANKING HEART OF THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE
Serving the Greater Miami Area
Connections Throughout Latin America
COMPLETE BANKING FACILITIES
Commercial Loans Safe Deposit Vaults Commercial Banking
Special Checking Accounts* Collection Department* Foreign Department
Personal Loan Department Escrow Department Savings Accounts
Automobile Loans Pan Am Charge Plan
Installment Loan Department
Member
Federal Reserve
Syatem
Member
Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation


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GLOBAL SHORTS
Jewish Education Impe-iied,
Savs Dr. Pinkha; Churgin
NEW
"
Israel is Frozen Out of
Asicn Communications Talks
lEB -. JTA
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P! '
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Dutch Foreign Minister
Defends Israel's Position
THE HAG!
I's positioi
gees was \ ed in I Nethei
Parliar ent as
replied I" qui lions
Dr. Jos' that 1
too sn -' ii the
Pali stine refugees He .
that Hollai
it this situal nd.....
will br;: ition."
Jewish Communities in
Bavaria to Release Archives
MUNICH n \ All !
. .
war
will be
M
lion of J<
The first
? to be l
will be th
1830. Later n
-.Mil', thi re n ent I rj ol the
Bavaria,
will !' iation
i vent-
ualh e sent I Israel
Arabs Instruct Jordan to
Abstain from Direct Talks
LONDON ITA The A
League Political Committee meet
ing in B- icted Jor-
dan I reject Israi. I id tor direct
..Ik- between the two countiii
The meetii tier the
Uniu Natioi Jor-
dan of Israel's invocation oi Ar-
XII of l
ng for compulsorj
etwei Israel and
J irdan.
Jews Reported Killed ii
Casablanca Bomb Explosion
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ed in ai
Is an
The explosi
I Ara natioi
Settlement That Existed
Before Abraham Discovered
NEW YORK JTA \ '
.....existi
Bet f or e
\ e the I
....
i
Sew reported
I rhe
.
IYi .". h archai I Jean Pi i
rot. v .....ih i \|
| (| p'rench Nal i t'<
ter ol Scii ntil Ri in h v ith
the a ol Israel'? Depart-
menl ol Antiquities and Ihi
: Beershi i
Israel President Mourns
Death of US Ambassador
TEL aviv UTA Israel Presi-
dent Itzhak Ben-Zvi cabled a mes
"i condolence to President
nhower in connection with the
death here of I'S Ambassador tym-
net Davis who died ol a heart ail-
ment Mr Davis, who was 60 years!
old, returned to Israel live weeks
from sick leave m the United
During his service in Is
ra.l. since 1951, Ambassador Da\
i- used h^ influence an < tforl to
the Jewish state He played a
' in negotiations which
ll'(l '" 'Ii' ol S65.000.000
bj the tinted states I i
4k*
bus loui oi the s:x cqenc.es served by Grja er MianJ
hundred youngsters rom the city s Hebrew ScbJ
. toty al th '-tional rally held m the Bureau ol I,1
ulding, told head Lou.s Schwarteman and JSSB executtve *-
inor. ._.________________
US Delegates Discuss Zionist
Issues at Actions Committee
JERUSALEM JTA Express
the opin-
l the majority of the members
elegatioi at the
--. :. : thi /
raittee held here, Mrs Rose Hal
Hadassaii nd member
ol the Jewish Agency executive,
took issue witl Gurion,
tired Premiei I Israel, wh
I in a letter to the Actions
Committee that imn to i-
rael is a major obligation ol Z
Chief Rabbi of Hungarian
Town is Arrested
VIENNA iJTAiDr. M. Schoen
feld. Chief Rabbi of the Reform
Jewish Community in the Hungar-
ian town of Arad, has. been ar-
rested by the local authorities, it
was reported here. The report also
said that three Jewish leaders were
sentenced last week by an Hun-
garian court to various terms of
imprisonment on the charge of
conducting Zionist activities.
Jewish Historian Dr.
Alexander Marx Dies
NKU VORK JTA Dr Alex
l< : Marx, ".m etor ol lil
and Jacob II Schiff Professor ol
Hu.1 the Jewish i
s,:i::' t Ami rica, died
after a briel illness I H
o. Dr Marx was the author ol
numerous historical i.....ks and bib
' His i.iil,!,. hod works
included Seder Olam A I
The Jewish People, Studies Ii
isn Hisl
Main
Work (,i Ka-hi
Ben-Gurion Demands End of
300-Year Ban on Spinoza
TEL AVIV iJTAi-The abolition
ol the excommunication declared
by the Amsterdam Jewish ommu-
nity about 300 years ago on the
philosopher Baruch Spinoza, and
the publication of all his works, is
demanded by David Ben-Gurion
retired Israel Premier, in his first
article written in Sdeh Boker. his
residence in the Negev. The article
i- published in Davar. a pro-govern
Israel-Belgian Air Agreement
Ratified; Treaty Reinforced
BRUSSELS (JTA. An exel
ol instruments [ ratification of a
new an- services agreement be-
ween Belgium and Israel took
| Place here at a ceremony in the
Belgian F(,rejgn QlUcp
Foreign Minister Paul Van Zee-
. 'Tetn,,e'1 ,he H"" Goi
ernment. while Israels Minister to
Belgium. Joseph Ariel, represent-
ed the Jewish State. Following ,he
formal part of .he ceremony* the
foreign Minister and the Israel
envoy exchanged toasts
Youth Groups View
CJA Participating Agencies
In Action on Sunday
The
Ji w,-h \\-\ i le on
x'oul
I adviser
. oi the Jewish -choids
the
; lion at
-
talk i
i oun
cil ol Je ish Women Miami
u i and the .!< wish S i... Si rvice

v 10
two buses for a trip to Mounl S
Hospital, where exei tiw
ined the working ol that
institution
At 11 a in tin gidud Ml
the hospital for the Beach Branch
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity center The delegates were
lucted through the Center
building and heard oi the many
i.,-me Mme programs sponaefed at
this building and the other Cen
ter branches throughout Dafle
Count)
Following the tour the y,
-t-T- saw a movie filmed in
Israel, depicting the lifesaving
service- supported through thi
bal pro-ram ol the i mted Jewish
Appeal v 12 15 after a lu.
al the I enter deli :- Mined
to Miami for .< tour ol the Ji wish
Ho"W Ihe A At l 30 pm
buses returned to the I
Jewi Ii Education Buildi.
feature ol II \ nu.h Divi-
'"':i ram. it is
. by ( mbh I Jev
ials
' "l the Youth Di\
' '!! be ., county wide
nuary
Auditorium
' Park
Arbor Day Fete Due
Pioneer Women i lul No l
hold an a,i,.,; i
l-t 8
h brael i
Featured will be
film Hostesses are Mrs |
Wilenskj and Mr- Ida Ho.
Travel Scries Set
At Miami Library
i public Library bogan its
January Mth
, lied ihe Magic Car-
pet
alti mate Thursdays, the am!.
, ,. lined to countries
all over the world, including Hoi-
id Alaska, Haiti.
\ therland WI
; r nee, the Pad-
Ceylo Mexico, and
.i,;>. t takes'
rs to Ind the picture.
\i ross India the reoord ol
the Dei evell I icpedltioo in
Burn, i will be showa by
le-t
i showings will l>c given each
Thursday, one al l 3< p m the
other at 8 pm Tickets arc free
and may be obtained from the Main
Library and its branches on the
i Monday preceding the Thursday
show
Joint Blood Bank Set
A joint blood bank will be held
..t the i oral Gables Jewish (enter
mi Tuesday evening, January litth,
h p m Participating are
the B'nai B'rith Men's and Worn-
en Organization! and the ("on
lion Dinner will be served to
all di
Seminar for DetligJ
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lARY 15. 1954
*Jewlstn^k*
PAGE 111
HOUS DIRECTORY
)RE JEWISH CEN-
rriday evening serv-
L, with Rabbi Mayer
Bciating and discuss
Of Israel. Services
ed to Jewish Music
|eg Shabbat will fol-
Dorning services will
r Mitzvah of Law-
Df Mr. and Mrs. Paul
hramowitz will ad-
[ Mil/\;illi and preach
\rnid Tears. Cantor
i ill render the musi-
Une liturgy.
*
)E JSWISH CENTER
lay evening services
|th Rabbi Henry Oko-
Subject of the ser-
iiled ast Love Thy
ior Maurice Neu will
Isical portions of the
|neg Shabbat follow
Kinsored by Mr. and
icobson in honor of
birthday.

|inai of Hollywood
Say evening services
kith Rabbi David Sha-
pg and assisted by
W. Malek and the
under the direction
lechai Haalman. Mi
ayor Harold Shapiro
speaker. Subject of
eduled as: Wherein
lire Of Judaism. The
following will be
[ Mr and Mrs. Samuel
of their wedding an-
Jurday morning serv-
a in.. when Rabbi
\ discuss the Weekly
br .services are at 10
EWISH CENTER will
[Friday at 8:30 p.m.,
u\ M. Landman offi-
labbi will speak on:
Without Zionism. An
|will follow sponsored
hood. Early evening
|bc held at 5.15 p.m.,
"Rev. Rudolf E. Brill.
egin at 9 a.m.. Satur-
labbi Landman's ser-
A Tribute To Hadas-
And Mizrachi Worn-
br. student of the He-
will chant the serv-
by the mixed choir.
[Ration will hold serv-
l, in the Maloff room.
eduled for 5 p.m., fol-
I Shalos Seudos and
COB CONGREGATION
fiday evening services
dedicated to Tu
)bi Moses Mescheloff
and discuss: What Is
pantor Aaron Weingar-
pder the musical por-
liturgy. Saturday morn-
Ian at 9 a.m.. when the
preach on the sermon:
he Righteous. Junior
under the direction of
iaminetzky. Kiddush
[under the auspices of
ad. with Mrs. A. Berg-
Irs. Aaron Weigarten
hostesses. Mincha is
("r B:1Q p.m., followed
Soudos. Rabbi Isaac
* will be guest speak
fcrvicea are at 7 and 8
5 15 and 5:45 p.m. A
series on Jewish laws
is Riven by Rabbi Mes-
f'een afternoon services.
ISRAEL NORTH-
ER will hold late Fri-
servicea at 8:30 p.m..
Louis A <"***'I official -
sted by Cantor Albert
' et of the sermon is
Know Thyself. An
^'l will follow tendered
krhood. Saturday morn-
are at 9 a.m.
'
rH ISRAEL HEBREW
"ill hold Friday eve-
["- at 5:30 p.m Satur-
i services are at 9
Rabbi Isaac Ever will
jd discuss: Triumph And
Udduah will follow the
p ha is scheduled for B
"ed by Maariv. Daily
at 8.30 a.m. and 5:30
services arc at 9 a.m.
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m..
when Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
will officiate and discuss: Saturday
Rest Or Sanctity. At 4 p.m., the
Rabbi will preach on the Weekly
Portion. Mincha is at 4:30 p.m..
followed by Shalos Seudos and
Maariv. Daily morning services are
at 7:30 a.m., followed by a class
in Mishna. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m.,
with a class in Jewish Laws and
customs slated. Gemorrah class is
on Tuesday afternoon at 4:30 p.m.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
with Cantor Abraham Seif officiat
ing. Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
services are at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 6:30 and 8:30 p.m., with
Rabbi Boris Rackovsky officiating.
Subject of the sermon is scheduled
as: Name's The Fame. Sam Gyson,
radio commentator, will be guest
speaker. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m.

BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Max Shapiro
and Cantor Maurice Mamches offi-
ciating, with the choir under the
direction of Miriam Donnerstag.
Subject of the sermon is scheduled
as: Let Us Reason Together. The
Oneg Shabbat following will be
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Isidore
Langner. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m., when the Bar
Mitzvah of Alan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Goldstein, will take
place. Student services are at
10:30 a.m. Daily services are sched-
uled for 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronisb
officiating and discussing: My Peo-
ple And I. Saturday morning serv
ices are at 10:4* a.m., when.the
Bar Mitzvah of Michael Alan, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Jacobson,
will take place. Cantor Samuel Kel
emer will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy.

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander
Gross will officiate and discuss:
The Song Of Redemption. Mincha
will be at 5 p.m., with Shalos Seu-
dos following. Daily services are at
7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Sunday
services are scheduled for 8 a.m.

DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
5:80 p.m.. with Rabbi Arie Becker
officiating. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi
Becker will discuss: The Song Of
The New Redemption. A class in
Bible is slated for 4:30 p.m. Mincha
will be at 5 p.m., followed by Sha-
los Seudos under the sponsorship
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schwartz.
Daily services are at 7 a.m. and
5:30 p.m.

H I A L E A H-MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Harry Et-
tinger officiating. Subject of his
sermon is scheduled as: The Su-
pn)nye-Of Modern Jewry- Cantor
Ben Grossherg will render the
musical portions of the liturgy. Mr
and Mrs Julius Goldstein will
sponsor the Oneg Shabbat follow
ing. Saturday morning services are
at 9 a.m.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 530 p.m. Late services are con-
ducted by Rabbi Alfred Waxman
assisted by the Center Choir at
8:30 p.m. Sabject of the sermon
i, scheduled as: Miracle Of The
Exodus. The Oneg Shabbat follow-
ing will be sponsored by Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Weiner in honor of
their anniversary. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9 a.nv Junior
.erVlces are at U am-,when *
bl Waxman will be assisted by stu-
Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
Agudath laraal Rabbi leaac Ever, Or-
IIkhIox. 525 78th St.. Miami Beach.
Bath David Rabbi Max Shapiro,
Conservative, 2625 SW Ird Ave..
Miami.
... -.Dr. Bhmaryahu Swlreky, Or-
Ihudi.x. 500 HW 17th Ava., Miami
Bath JacobRHbbl Moaea MeRcheloff.
orthodox. 301-311 w I, Ave., Mr.
Bath SholomRabbi I,eon Kronlah,
Liberal. 4144 Chaae Ave., M.B.
Bath TfllahRabbi Joneph Rackov-
ky. Orthodox, 935 Kuclld Ave., Mi-
ami llaaTnli
Coral Oablaa Rabbi Morrla 8kop, Lib-
eral. 320 1'alermo Ave.. C. (lablea
Downtown Synagogue Rabbi Aryan
Hei-ki-r, Orthodox. 13., NW 3rd Ave.,
Miami
Flaglar-OranadaRt-verend I.eo Helm,
Conaervatlve, 50 NW Slat I'lace,
Miami.
Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander
tlrnas. Orthodox, 18 6th St., M.B.
Hialeah.Miami Springa Rabbi Harrv
i-.ttinser, Conservative., Hi t;. 4th
Av Hialeah.
Israelite Center Rabbi Morton
Malavaky, Conservative, 3198
24th Tar., Miami.
Knoaeth laraelHabbl Abraham Caa-
... rta-*svAx, 1416 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Bearh.
Mi.,,,, a...... 1(ahhl Irving I,ehrman,
Conaervatlve. 1701 VVaah. Ave.. MB.
Miami Hebrew ScheolRabbi Simon
organ. Saturday morning services
are at 10 a.m., when Allan Good-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Goodman, 304 Ponce de Leon Boul-
evard, will become Bar Mitzvah.
He will assist the Rabbi during
Friday evening and Saturday morn-
ing services and interpret the
Songs of Moses and Deborah.
April. Orthodox. 1101 SW 12th Ave.,
Miami
Monticello Park Rnl.bl Borla Rack-
ovsky, Conservative. 164th Street
and NE 11th Avuiiue, Noith Miami
Beach.
North Oade Conservative, 13630 W.
Dixie Highway. North Miami.
way. North .Miami.
North ShoreRabbi Mayer Abramo-
wlU. Conservative. 620 75th St.,
Miml Reach.
Temple laraelDr. Joseph Narot. Re-
form. 137 NK 19th St.. Miami.
Temple Sinai, The Jewiah Community
Center of Hollywood, Rabbi David
Shapiro, Conaervatlve, 2t)30 Polk St.,
Hollywood.
Tifareth larael Rabbi Louis Caaael,
6500 N. Miami Ave.. Miami.
Waat MiamiRabbi Alfred Waxman.
Conaervatlve. 5720 SW 17th St.,
Miami.
Young larael Orthdox. 4001 Chaae
Ava.. Miami Beach.
Zamora Rabbi Max M. Landman.
Conaervatlve, 44 Zamora Ave., Coral
Gablea.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 5 and 8:30 p.m., with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating
and discussing: Have We Forgot-
ten Our Song. Cantor Philip Brum-
mer will render the musical por-
tion of the liturgy assisted by the
Center Choir. Saturday morning
sw services are at 9 a.m. when the
Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion. Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Lurie, will become Bar
Mitzvah. Daily services are in the
chapel at 8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.
Satin Makes Bid
For Seat in House
Of Representatives
Thirty-five-year-old Miami attor-
ney Daniel Gj Satin has announced
his candidacy for a seat in the Flor-
ida House of Representatives from
Group 2 in Dade County.
Satin, in making his bid here,
said this week that he intends for
his platform to include legisla-
tion designed to protect young
people from child molesters, a
careful study and revision of the
State Sales Tax Law and a fair re-
dents of the Hebrew School. Min-
cha will be at 5:30 p.m., with a
lecture on the Weekly Portion.
Maariv will conclude the Sabbath
observance.
*
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15 and
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morton Ma
lavsky officiating and discussing:
Religious Unity. Cantor Samuel
Salkow will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. The Oneg
Shabbat following will be by Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Weinberg. SatuW
day morning services are at 8:15
a.m., when Rabbi Malavsky will
discuss the Weekly Portion. Mark,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Osman,
will become Bar Mitzvah. Mincha
is at 5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos .

TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold Fri-
day evening services at 8:15 p.m.,
with Dr. Joseph Narot officiating
and discussing: How Shall We Bet-
ter The World. Cantor Jacob Born-
stein will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy.
a a
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop officiating and discuss-
ing: Jews Who Stand Up For Their
Rights As Americans. Cantor Irv-
ing Robinson will render the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy as-
sisted by Robert Strassburg at the
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 8:15
p.m.. Rev. Leo Heim will officiate
and discuss: From Egypt Through
Moses. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m., when ReV Heim will
discuss the Weekly Portion and
chant the liturgy. He will be as-
sisted by the Religious School
Choir. Daily services are at 7:30
p.m.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 8:15 p.m., with
Rabbi Simon April officiating and
discussing: How Do You Rate With
God. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30 a.m., when the Rabbi
will discuss the Weekly Portion.
Cantor Berele Kelemer will ren-
Do.i./ 6. Strtia
turn to Dade County of the tax
monies going to Tallahassee.
'These are only a few of the items
I intend proposing," Satin ex-
plained, adding that he intended
taking into account an increase in
educational and recreational facil-
ities in Dade County, as well as
studying methods of increasing the
der the musical portion of the li-
turgy. A class in Mishna is sched-1 pay scale for teachers,
uled for 4:30 p.m followed by, Satin isa .^^ of loca,
M1"*!?. ?!,aJ,S!e"d0-S:JD.aiiJ: schools, including Miami Beach
Elementary, Ida M. Fisher Junior
High and Miami Beach Senior High
School, where he played varsity
football. He attended the Univer-
services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30
p.m.

BETH EL CONGREGATION will
will hold Friday evening services' sjt of Miami Uw School du.
at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning | atjng in lml with ,he g^ and
services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi ||R d-orm,.
Shmaryahu Swlrsky will officiate! K ... ,. M _
and preach on the topic: The Best He rved with the LS Naval Re-
Things In The Worst Times. Rabbi! f*. ab9ard sh'P over!fras,!n1,tTne
Samuel Krolowitz will conduct I Pacific Theater dunng World War
class in Talmud at 4 p.m. Mincha I11- and u,unt navigation at North-
will be at 5 p.m., followed by Shal- westcrn University. He later was
os Seudos, when the Rabbi will
discuss the Portion of the Zohar.
head of the Navigation Department
at Brown University. Satin is a
Junior services are in Academy former Post Advocate and present
Hall at 10 a.m.
member of the Miami Beach Post
Veterans of Foreign Wars.
In addition. Satin is a member
of the Miami Beach Post American
Legion, Board of the Jewish Social
Service Bureau, Board of Directors
. of the USO Committee. Loyal Or-
S\v 24th Avenue, Miami, will hold ,. ., f, ,._ .
,-.;.... f-;^ .,,.,;, Kin der of the Moose and Past Exalted
r^LlSZJSAjL8^ Ru'er and present chairman of the
Jerome Siege/ is Bar
Mitzvah at Anshe Emess
Anshe Ernes Congregation, 2601
p.m. Saturday morning services are
at 9 a.m., when Jerome, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Siegel, will ren-
der the liturgical portions in honor
of his Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Abraham
Sachs will address the congrega-
tion. Rabbi H. M. Kagan will pre
Board of Trustees,
Lodge No. 948.
Miami Elks
Teen Age Programs
On Tuesday evenings, the teen-
age program of the Greater Miami
side at Shalos Seudos at 5 p.m. | Jewish Community Center. Town
Kiddush will follow the morning Branch, features a mass teenage
service. get-together.
One of the Sterling hotel's famed specialties gets final seal of approval from Chef de Cuisine
Alex Antal, standing over a tempting roast beef, and, left to right, Herman Engel, Max Rosner,
Frank Knesz. Neil Morrison, Norman Steiner, pastry chef, Philip Johnson, salad chef, and
Rosemary Blake. On the far right are" Charles Noland. of the United Press bureau in Miami,
and David Rosner, owner-director of the Sterling. The Sterling's dining room is open daily
to guests and non-guests, but reservations are suggested.


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JANUi
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Initial Gifts Dinner HecrsWcu ,
Dr! Schwartz Call for Aid to Israe:
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'I! !\nn 400 community leaders., tended by more than 400 com
Ho
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UJA qeneral chairman Edward M. M. Wq
1Tu.tcUiwAJctain Dr. Ic-ph J. Schwartz; ^
^eS^a0!ce o Prim. Minitex. Slate o. jL
s borders are not fr;end- ;
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said Warburg describinj b
recent visit to Israel, "'but
confident the people will hold-
frontiers. If we hold to our vis. t just
of Ions standing-fhe vision of de- late of
cencj and human dignity for our
^pressed fellow Jews-then the the!
great spiritual regenerati............
- Israel only extends to the near
est fl rid that frontier is
at most only 30 miles awaj Tel- tural
Uiv is but 20 miles trom the iron M
'tier and Jerusalem is directly on Sinai
the border-and ""' d**i:
>ettlement.- The wheat grows .,- Greater Miami instituti ns
a the border Pipe- irrigati an imp rtant beneficiaries in the
the landup to the border And annual combined appeal He
new white houses gleam in the sun pointed out that nearl) 5
but no further than the bordi were benefited thri
agi;. the past :
President Carl Wrinkle ol th(
he reemphasized
Warburg pointed out that Israel
.-eeks to realize two principal aims
Conclave Winners
Include Miamians
Winner* of the regional contests
which took place at the Southern
Senior Judaean Winter Conclave
held in Uaytona Beach. Florida,
and who were announced at the
linal banquet attended by 160 dele-
gates and guests wen
Ping Pony winners, Sandy Ru-
benstein. of Miami, and hum
Reimer. of Woodruff, South Caro-
lina The ("ecile Rubin Chapter of
Charleston. South Carolina, repre
-ented by Sonia Sokol. Evelyn Lip-
man and Liz Kominers, and the
Ben Zvi Chapter of Hialeah. Flor-
ida, represented by Steve Kneap-
ler, Ronald Askowitz and Jerry As
"witz. won the Bowling Tourna
ment.
The Ben Zvi Chapter, oi Hia-
leah, and the Miami Beach
represented by Jack Becker and
Ronald Askowitz and Tamra Mam-1
. hex and Judy Phillips won the |
Shuffleboard Contest
Staff for the four-day conf*
h took place at the Pi
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commended the community for
unified action in conducting a
single campaign each year tor the
purpose ol serving Israel, as well
as national and local groups
Invocations ami benedictions
were delivered by Rabbi Morris
Skop. ol the Coral Gables Jewish
Center, and Rabbi Irving l.ehnnan.
Miami Beach Jewish Center

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irth Miami Beach to Vote on Revised Charter
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S7'll Ircarfl llxJHIlVJfcfr"-f
FLORIDA
FRIDAY. JANUARY 15. 1954
SEC. C
rf***t
a*
'i
V3;
I'hoto by l'airulman Oeorge Wam-oiiii
srs of the Charter Revision Board of the City of North M iami Beach pictured above (left to right) are Edmund A. Creel-
L S. Davidson. William C. Haniord and Clyde B. Haas. Not shown in above group is Charter Revision Board member
is Robinson whose photo appears with her statement on page 2 of this section.
/ebster, Council
nt, Urges Residents
ircise Franchise
due reflection, having
the various provisions of
proposed revised charter,
President. Mary Webster.
|up th Miami Beach to analyze
rms and provisions of the
ki a copy of which can be
I
Mary Wtbsrtr
fced at the City Hall and
liter exercise their rights and
ties as voters of the City of
Miami Beach, as well as the
<>f Florida and the United
i- only in tnis way that we
protect the privileges and
> of the people which were
ed to us by our Constitution
ur forefathers. I am heartily
'or of the enlightened pro-
a of the proposed revised
r, and if the people of this
are as favorably impressed as
they will vote 'yes' at the
ing referendum."
rh m.jority of Section C of
ii*ut it devoted to Inforwte-
plctures and a log*) do-
Jon pertaining to the revised
ir of Hw City of North
l Bosch which will bo voted
by residents of that munici-
'*y Monday, February 15th,
special election.
REVISION BOARD URGES ADOPTION
OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH CHARTER
We, the members of the Charter Revision Board, present for your
approval, at a special election to be held February 15. 1954. the Pro-
posed Revised Charter.
This revised charter is the result of long and intensive study and
discussion by the Board. Many charters of other cities were studied
carefully. The "model charter," published by the National Municipal
League, played an important part in our decisions. Independent study
by sub-committees of the Board did intensive research in many fields
of municipal government in order to report out the most modern and
accepted provisions in cities such as ours with related problems.
More than twenty public meetings were held in the City Hall and
the urgent need for modernization was the spur which drove the Board,
frequently, to meetings running to 11 p.m.
We recognized the lack and the need and the insufficiency of our
antiquated, existing charter, which was enacted when this area was
practically farmland and the nation was in the throes of a worldwide
economic depression.
Some of the provisions found in the revised charter were approved
by the Board on a divided vote. In all cases the provisions were adopt-
ed as the will of the majority but no one questioned the sincerity of
those voting to the contrary.
Consequently, we ask that you do not vote by snap judgment or by
what your neighbor tells you the charter means. We urge anyone who
seeks "clarification on any provision to attend our public meetings, the
ffr\t of which will be held January 15 at City Hall, and ask about any-
thing that is not clear to you. The reasoning for adopting any provision
will be explained.
We thank the voters of the City of North Miami Beach for the
honor and trust they placed in us by delegating to us the responsibility
S "sfabShS for them what can be called the const.tut.on by which
this city will live and be guided for the future.
It is our earnest hope that you will vote in favor of adopting this
charter and that it will help, in the years ahead, to bui d our city untU
it Sains the place of prominence which, in our opinion, it so richly
deserves.
CHAR TtR RtVISION BOARD
f. S. Davidson, Chairman
Edmund Creelmon
Clyde Haas
Win. C. Haniord
(MrsJ Frances Robinson
Mayor Diet enbach's Election Pledge
Fulfilled as Charter Voting Date Set
As the referendum nears. Mayor Dan Diefenbach made the follow-
ing statement to the residents and voters of the City ol North Miami
Beach:
"When I ran for office I promised you a progress! e tdaunastra-
tion for the betterment of the people of the entire commutiity and net
for a small select few. It was my contention that the people, in the final
analysis, would vote my adminis-
tration into office, and it therefore
became my duty to do all possible
for the community at large. One
of the planks of my platform was
a Charter Revision if the people
desired it, and in accordance with
my platform. I initiated the elec-
tion of the Charter Revision Board,
which was passed by the voters.
The work of this Board is now
finished, and it is up to the people
to acquaint themselves with the
various provisions of the proposed
revised charter, and to vote upon
it on Monday. February 15, 1954.
I take great pleasure in recom-
mending this new charter to the
voters because it is a progressive
one. It is a charter for all of the
people, and not for just a few. Al-
though I am not fully in accord
with some of the provisions, the
provisions of the charter having to
do with Civil Service; Planning and
Zoning; Budget Planning; Special
Elections; make this charter one
of the most effective weapons for
the protection of the people of this
community.
Therefore I wish to commend
the Charter Board for their dili-
gent efforts and arduous labors on
behalf of the people, without any
recompense whatsoever, and urge
all of the voters of the City of
North Miami Beach to be sure to
vote, and to vote favorably."
Mayor Don DiefenSoch
Norman Lyons. Board Attorney,
Says Re\'ised Charter Forward Step
r
Norman R. Lyons. Attorney for
the Charter- Revision Board of
North Miami Beach indicated that
the new charter was indeed a big
step forward in the progress of
this community, and^ stated that
the new charter was an enlighten-
ed instrument, giving the govern-
ment of the city back to the people
in the following manner:
First, should any vacancies oc-
cur in the offices of councilmen or
mayor for any reason, a special
election must be held, and these
vacancies filled by the votes of
the people, and not by appoint-
ments by the council as is the case
under the old charter.
Second, in the new charter,
there is a civil service provision
which clearly eliminates politics
from civil service, making it com-
pletely autonomous.
Third, there is an iniative and
referendum provision in the new
charter which provides that should
the council adopt an ordinance
which is not approved by the peo-
ple, they may initiate a petition
within ten days to force a city
wide referendum on the issue.
Fourth, the new charter contains
a zoning and planning set-up which
would bring about uniform zon-
ing throughout the city, and would
do away with the spot zoning per-
Notmm R. lyeas
missible under the old charter for
"special interests".
Fifth, the new charter provides
for an "enlightened" recall pro-
cedure.
Sixth, all in all, the new charter
is a complete modernization of the
old "archaic" charter provisions
under which this city is now being
operated.


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CHARTER BOARD MEMBERS ISSUE STATEMENTS
Fellow Citizens:
The proposed revised charter
published herewith is truly a peo-
ples' charter You may not look
with favor en every provision in
it but. as i ci nstitutionsl docu-
ment i sh
it for the one ere..- si
my opinion I if for no i
Thi- revised charter c
initiative and referendum
vision which
by their vote, to initiate- .
superii r any Icgislati n
elected officials
pfe the last word on any let
tion passed by the (
William C. Hanford
The proposed re\i>ed c^
represent] document
beer. '" ai
.ich
The chr -
ment and the i
-.
nu
In revisim (he presenl out
. | eit) charter ths met* out
problem m my mind
he Binds of my i es was
\ irtfa Miami
.. word on ill action
taken by thi utcil.
irter -il1
'
We have worked diligently in
preparing a revised charter that
will give the government back to
the people, where it belongs.
1 firmly believe that any indi-
vidual sincerely interested in the
welfare of our city, and not con-
cerned with persona

It
h 'ur<
: i in -
ar.
Mrs. ffoAiuM c u -
ment. in its legal mnguagt
involved for you, b the public meetings at which it will
be discussed.
You should adopt this document
a the new charter for "iir city
Under it representation is based
on population and not on geogra-
phy. Under it each Councilman is
answerable personally to the peo-
|y is Mil
endum by the
Tr>
in it
their
prin
ciple of equal repr enl ition is re
......hrough the re-
uVtr "n
tion
Ed Creelman
^Mi^^H *M i
tm^^^ ^B^^T '
W *'
IS ^B A
I want to thank the voters for
this opportunity of being of sen
ice to them.
The Charter Revision Board DM
worked faithfully and consci
advantage. pl~ wno ei^ed nun "under it each entiousiy to give you a workable
June Allyson is the inspiration for a wonderful love tknj
Universal-International's Technicolor production of Thol
Miller Story, in which she is co-starred with lames
The picture will have its world premier* at the Carib,
and Miracle Theatres on Tuesday. January 19th. Mr.,
will appear in person on opening night
will, without hesitation, vote to ap- [-"ounciunan is responsible to the; charter that will give you the voice
prove the proposed revised char- p^g ,n tne particular district in your government that you
from which he comes He can no should have in this enlightened
longer "'pass the buck." age.
As
ter. There are a number of far-
reaching changes from the old
charter which were adopted from Under the fc have the
the model charter published by the ngh, ,0 yum tegislttI0I, wnM.n
National Municipal League, a non-,the Cnaxil canDot rrfuse t0 ,
profit organization of nationwide
prominence.
MeterhI Park me, Survey Mmn by
Chairman nf the Board. I
thank each member for the co-oper-
i a tion they have given and trust
upon; just as they can take action. that we. together with the voters,
against any legislation the Council: wj|| help get this proposed revised
While we did not expect to has enacted. i charter approved
please everybody as individuals., Under this revised charter thei
we did have the welfare of North! judge of our Municipal Court must
Miami Beach collectively at heart be a practicing attorney and admit-
and our considerations and deliber- ^ t0 practice law in the State of \
ations were based on that thought Florida.
With this revised charter as the These represent just a hasty
ba.-is for
f. S. Davidson
block Mileage Maker Six were
.sis for your future government. I skimming 7^,1 g of JS 2&*^Jf SH ten'
you. the people, will once again revisions the Board has adopted ^SXLt^J71 SO*
have a government for the people Be sure to attend the public
and by the people. meeting and ask your question*.
Clyde Haas
(Mrs.) f ranees Robinson
! under development for the past six
years," L. I). Crusoe, vice presi
dent. Ford Motor Company and
general manager of Ford Division,
said.
"It always has been Ford's policy
to design and build engines that
set the pact for years ahead Ford
was the first to offer a V-8 engine
in the low-price field, and although
I the majority of expensive cars
I joined the V-8 parade. Ford today
la still the only car in its price
;J. a j Passener cars, entirely new hardtop model with!cla"^ "> have V-8 power.
^CeV0,hepUl,innFord',inN' transparent plastic roof
dealers showrooms all over the over the driving compartment a
nation last week, feature the fol-
New Fords Feature Added Advances
In Automotive Engineering and Design
lowing Ford exclusives in the high
volume field:
smart new Ford Sunliner convert-
ible with an unusual transparent
plastic panel inserted in the top
over the front seat to provide over
"For 1954, Ford has perfected
two new engines that are as far
ahead in their fields as the original
V-8 was m Its day They represent
the greatest power advances since
the original Ford V-8. And Uies
An entirely new 130-h.p. Y-block
a'8new8il%hinh VSHS'JST' Sir"*&' tm "* P^W kV'thTtansflt of Ford
Maker Si! e^L ^ M'Ieage, I?{* ***** M8iStS: *"* hoW' '" >""<" more than
.Matter Six engine, noted for econ-1 brakes, power steering 4 wav i lti million v r anal. .
?s,wwchSotaitron< T" ?r--.!- wind; :s ^8-eng"during *
sion which Ford engineers call the Fordomatic transmission I .
greatest advance in front suspen- -The two new Fnrri ,.nin<, V M,Smead- F"r'1 Division gen-
New in Ford's station waqon line is this iqyr
-1-^^ oU-stee: ^
on. offer ch*c' ^^SX2^S^ Ioad 8^ CuS "-% 'old-
holsteries which hcmnflSSIrJJ faSJ -StaTiSSlfS" tB^^Z^l Ranch WI-
ribbed linoleum covers load space Y TwhQd insulation deadZ wj Pl8"C UP"
WHITE PLAINS. NV Metered.
off-street perking lots scattered
strategically throughout its busi-
ness section are credited wH
bringing this city of 50.000 the
highest per capita retail business of
any city its sue in the United
States TwethSRk of the city's
shoppers cosae from the surround
wg csHintrysxte. s recent Chamber
of Commerce survey shows.
Convenient, inexpensive parking
has been a major magnet in at-
tracting these buyers, businessmen
I report.
Experience of White Plains in
successfully dealing with its park-
ing problem was recently surveyed
i hy the Hudson Dealers' National
, Parking Study Council, an organ-
ization of Hudson Motor Car Com-
pany dealers who are gathering
material about the varying nieth
block V-8 engine, with its deep-
block construction, is of modern
short stroke. low friction. high
; compression design It has a com
pression ratio of 7 2 to 1 and is
smoother, quieter and gives more
responsive power with greater
economy and longer Ufa than last
' ngine. It rates 130 brake
horsepower, up 20 horsepower over
the 1953 I. head V 8
The new Iblock 110 hp Mile
I* Maker S1X also is a completelv
modern h.ghcompress,n. iw
friction engine it rates 14 horse-
P?-*r more than the 1953 Ford
Shi and, like the Y-block V-8 it is
M ' " *"** "f U" cylinder is
5T ,hc sfr"k,',,f ,he
A<<'>rd.ng to Smead, the new
and^easiest handling Ford ever
volume field, the hsll-join. sus-
Pcnsion replaces the ,dder tvoe
;, '-^ up and down m
men 0 the front wheels through
""^"Joints as the wheels travel
' ruufh sp,s r direction!
-;;;-. as wheels turn right o
"it in steering,
JSdIX J'"n,s hav -Penally
-'-thev w,|| no. bind
'' "ut "f line and they are
NT.ng-loaded they com-
tomsfiesH, for mn wear
' -1"' Bed esetelp
gas;
^Juno, mterior
"m"">'n s A?; "nl>"' '-ly:
door s,l ,n ^,",n>"'<' tw..
......SSoSffiSm^Jb
BawSgSfls
Wagon ht (urt0n"ne lUnch
eds SBSsd wf fsie dozen vet
to setae the nations ffe 1(
sKAO.
taahility to park easflys,
ss*y mhscing the vilt* m
\y located city propsnm
strangling retail trade, bat Hi
a threat to continued _
sales whseh explains tbr
of Hudson dealers, the _
plains. These studies so |sa
that a dozen cities, appresdmjj
problem in different wtyi
found that solution of thar 1
ing problem is possible at _
able cost and that it pan L,
dollars and cents dividends.Ail
White Plains, many cities fodl
parking lots are self liquidator
IS Otter* Tax
Retmrn Aid
The United States fk
has jpst issued the 1953 ednai
its annual booklet. Your F '
Income Tax. and it is no*
able at the district office of I
US Department of Comment 1
Miami for just 25 cent*
Included are an explanation
who must file a return, when
where, nontaxable income,
tioaj and refunds, deductxatl
ly exemptions, the type of
to file, the substance of manyi
ulationa based on recent tax I
short articles on Internal
Service rulings, repr
court cases and numerom
(ions often arising when
ing tax returns, with answen
According to Marion A
Commerce Department
manager in Miami, the bookW1
been an annual government "*
seller" for several years. IJ
authored by the Internal Rei*|
Service.
f#e*I Aire Open*
Svauan Here
The luxury ocean front Bel**l
Hotel opened the winter self
here with a star studded a*
and dance policy in uV M
Bel Aire. newly decorated U"J
dining room, according to J ^
lip Levant, managing directa^
the hotel. ^.
Levant has signed Julio Tin"
and his Latin Americas J^l
Band for the season and wuJ
ture a show and dance ptW'
Wednesdays, Fridays and W^H
Barry Hark, comic t"11^,,
junior Tommy Lyman *"'^JL
with popular Jeanettc 1 '>** J
"ff.rs songs at the Puna a
Hildegarde style, ShirleT'-V"
with songs at the roving ml~TA
Charles Magner and his dsnoj
a Latin American dance "*";|J
Pete Le Page is manager" I
Bel Aire Cabana I'lub. JI
sized pool, sundeck and recw
"** Charles Magaer Dance
wUl conduct classes Df.TgiJ
Uoas both in the hotel aso-
Cabaaa Club. Assisting Mags^
be Helen Hines sad the


K JANUARY 15. 1954
JewlstithrMknn
PAGE 3G
LEGAL NOTICE
hereby given that apacial
[will ba held in tha City of
liami Beach, Florida, from 7
k.M. until 7 o'clock P.M. on
[February 15, 1984 for tha pur-
THE PROPOMtO RBVISED
in OF TMaT CITY of
IAMI BEACH. PREPARED
IE CHANTER REVISION
PURSUANT TO THE
TES OF THE STATE OF
NOW IN EXISTENCE, TO
i'APTER 1M OF THE FLOR-
kTUTES. WHICH CHARTER
I& THE PRESENT CHARTER
IE CITY OF NORTH MIAMI
AND PROVIDES FOR THE
IlCTION AND POWERS OF
ITY BE APPROVED AND
O OR DISAPPROVED AND
JOPTED.
REVISED CHARTER
IE CITY OF NORTH MIAMI
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
ARTICLE I
)RPORATION FORM OF
,ERNMENT POWERS
[1 INCORPORATION
J KdKJI Or' GOVERNMENT
[3. POWERS <>r" CITY
1. INCORPORATION: The
ts of the City of NORTH
It EACH, within the corpora-
pltM as now established or us
ft. 1 established In the manner
bj law, shall continue to be
[.,11..I body politic imil corporate
tulty, under the name of the
OK NORTH MIAMI BBACH",
ri.'.,ilal boundaries of which
followa:
t the Southweat coiner of
1 II, Township 52 Mouth.
12 Kast, run Northerly alonK
-t line of the above mention-
kctlon t" tlie East lloumlary
uf the Florida I last Coast Kail-
1 hence meandering Ihla said
Ight-of-Way line lo the Mouth
Section I8-52-4Z; Thence
prh along 'be Month line of
1 16-52-42 anil .Section 17-52-42
Southwell coiner of hectlon
4.' Thence Northerly alone; the
I,ne of said Section 17 to the
line of the N't "I the NK1,
m-:\ .it the sk.' of Meciion
142; Thence Westerly along the
[.South line to the Weat line
k, \-i. ,,' the NnTU of iiic
,.: the Si:1, of Section 18-52-
rhenee Northerly along said
line to the Mouth line of
)WS of the NKV4 of the
,: Section le-M-fsj Thence
|rlv alonic said South line to
eat line ol Hie MF.1, of the
of the SB'j of the HEV of
n 18-52-42: Thence Northerly
mid Weat I.n- to the Mouth
the SW'i of the SW'4 of the
of the Mi:', "f Section 18-T.2-
fhence WeaterljT 'alone; aald
line 1 1 the West line of the
pf the ST.', of Section 18-32-42.
Northerly along the Weat
the K', "f the MK1, and the
[line of ih K'l "f tb* NK^4 of
18-52-1:' t.i th-- Smith line of
7-52-42: Theme Westerly
hhe South line of Section 7-'.2-
the South 111.....f Section 1J-
o the Weat line of the HKV,
SIV. ( Section 12-52-11:
Northerly atone; the said
line tn the North line of the
of the SW'i of Kectlon 12-52-
[Thellre Masterly along aald
line ami continuing along the
line of the S\V' of the HKV,
1U..11 12-52-41 to the Weat line
. 84 of the NEV, of the MK1.
itlon 12-52-41: Thence Norther-
JoiiK the kld West" line to the
Ih Qne of the S'i of the NEV
Ihe SK'. ..f Section 12-52-41;
Kaaterly along aald North
the Weal line of BectlOP
^42. Thence Northerly along the
Una "f Section 7-52-42 to the
h of the SVV. of Section
,42 Thence Kaaterly along aald
line to Ihe Kaat Ifhe of the
of Section 7-52-42: Thence
erl) along ~.,i-l Kaat line to the
ll. line of tlie S'j of the HW',
NWV, of the SK', of Section
k42; Thence Ivislcrly along said
l)i line to the Kaat line of the
of the S\V, of the NWV4 of the
f Section 7-52-42: Thence
Eherl) along aald Kaat line to
North line of the MWV4 of the
of Section 7-.".2-2; Thence
1 rly along said North line to
Kaat line of the WV4 of the K".
[tin REV, of Section 7-32-42.
ii e Houtherly along aald Kast
to the North line of Section
' 42: Thence Kaaterly along the
in line of Meet ion is.:.*.42 and1
17-51-42 lo the l-Uat line of
M.', of the NW1, of Section
I 12 Thence Southerly along
Kast line to the North line of
Of the N4 of Section 17-52-
Thence Kaaterly along aald
r"i hue to the Weat line of the
of the NW, of the NK', pf
o I7-.',_-42; Thence Northerly
UK wild Went line and continuing
ng the Went line of the SK'. of
SW Vi of the HE4 of Section
42 to the South line of the
' of the RWVj of the MK'. of
lion 1-52-42; Theuca Weaterly
"> said Month line to the Weat
"f the HKV, of Section 8-52-42;
trice Northerly along aald West
to the South line of the NK1.
the NE* of the WtyVi of Reckon
Ui Thence Westerly a Mas Maid
nth Use to .the-Weat tane ui the
(V* of the
plica
Kg, aald 1
sw V at* the SKKi of the
or tha MWV, of Section 4-32-41'.
1 hence Southerly along the Kaat
lln; of the MWV. of Section 4-^l'
and the Bast line of rhe n\Vi. .,,
Meet ion 8-52-42 to the North Hue of
the mk1. of Section S-Sz-fi, Therice
rl> nkm* Kfcld Norm line t.,
KS|"' e "f Meotton -
'herjfe .*>trtaHT.along the East
maf sect inn ffSf.tt and the Rum
line of Hectlon 18-52-42 in the South
IIIM of the NH of the NEV* of Bei
turn ls-52-42; Thence Weaterly
along a|d Month ||,w i lt, ,,,,.
ax lion with Ihe Baal Right -of-wai
line of Federal lilghwav No I
Thence Southwttaterll ulong the Baal
Kight-of-way line of Federal Hlxli-
i. No. 1. l.'.ii.4.". teet. in.,re or leaa,
to a iMiInt; Thence South.n~t.iiv t
an uigle of 73" 03' 15" to the left
with the prevloat couree is3 7:1 feel
more or leaa, to a point in a line
4ii feet North of and parallel to the
South line uf the NU of the NK', ,.f
the HWS of the NK1, of Section
16-52-42; Thence Kaaterly ami paral-
lel to said Mouth line IHC.K4 feet more
or lean. Thence Southerly 101.21 feel
"i..... or leaa; Thence Westerly paral-
lel to and 160 feet Mouth of the
Mouth line of the N"/, of the NK1, of
the HW1', of the NK1', of Section
18-52-42, S75.3 feet to the Kast
Right-of-way line of Federal High-
way No. 1; Thence Sotithwcsterlv
along aald Hlght-of-Wav 540.12 feet
to the North line of the MK1. of the
SW4 'if the eW% of the NK1, ol
Beet Ton 16-32-42; Thence Kaaterly
2IM> feet more or less to the Baal
line of the WM of the Wy, of the
Kyi of Section 16-52-42; Thence
Southerly along said Kast line to the
South line of the NWV >( the NWS
of the nil of Section 18-52-42;
Thence Westerly along aald South
line to the West line of the SK1, of
Hectlon 16-52-42. Theme Northerly
along aald Weat line to its Inter-
action with the Kaat RIght-of-Way
line of the Florida Baal Coaat Kail-
r.....1. Thence Southwesterly along
aald Kaat ltighl-of-Way line to the
Interaectlon of the projection of the
North line of l-,t 5. Block 1, Bla-
ca> tie lloulevard Muhdlvlalon tine,
according to the plat thereof record-
ed In plat hook 40 at page 4 of the
public lecordaof Ihi-le Conntv. Flor-
ida; Thence Easterly along aaid pro-
lection and the North line of Lot I,
lllock I, aforeaaid subdivision, to the
West RIght-of-Way line of Pectoral
Highway, No. 1; Thenee .Southwest-
rl) along aald RIght-of-Way to the
South line of lot 4. Mock 1. afore-
said auhdlvlsloii. Thence Weaterly
along said Mouth line of Lot 4 and
projection thereof to the Intersec-
tion with the Kaat RIght-of-Way
line Of the Florida Kaat Coaat Rall-
rqad; Thence Southwesterly along
aald RIght-of-Way to interaectlon of
the projection of the North line of
lot I. Mock 1, aforeaaid aubdivi-ion;
Theme Baeterly along Mild projec-
tion and the North line of I-ot 1. to
the Weat RIght-of-Way line of Fed-
eral Highway No. 1; Thence South-
westerly along the Weat line of
aald RIght-of-Way to the Mouth
hue of Lot 1. lllock 2, aforeaaid sub-
division; Thence Weaterly along the
South line of I>d I, Block 2. afore-
said subdlvlaloii to the Weat line of
Lot I, lilock 2, aforesaid aubdlvlaion,
h. -i.ee Muuthwealerly along the
'eat Tine of lA>tn 2 and 3, Block 2.
aforesaid aubdivlalon. to the North
line of lot 4. Block -, aforeaaid aub-
divlsion; Thence Kaaterly along the
North line of Lot 4 to the We.-t
Rlghl-of-Wav line of Federal High-
u.i. No. 1; Thence Southwesterly
along said West RIght-of-Way line
to the South line of lx>t 5, Block 2.
(aforesaid subdivision; Thence West-
erly- along aald South line to the
Vest line "f Ul >, Block -'. afore-
said subdivision: Thence Soulhweat-
erly along the West line of 1-ot 6,
Block 2. aforeaaid subdivision to the
North line of the S'i of the NK1, of
the NWV, of Hectlon 21'2-lL'
Thence Kaaterly along aald Ninth
line to the Kaat line of the NVS ', pf
Meet ion 21-52-42; Thence Southerly
along said Kast line to the center of
Hectlon 21-52-42, Thence Westerly
along the Mouth line of the NW Of
.Section 21-32-42 to the Kast Rlghl-
of-Wav line of Feilera! Highway-
No 1; Thence Mouthwesterly along
said Kast Right-of-Way line to a
point 206 66 feet, aald point being
feet measured Northeasterly
along aald Rojrht-of-Wajr line from
the Southwest corner of l-ot 1-.
Amended I'lat <.r It. E. McDonald
Mubdlvlslon according 10 the plat
thereof reciuHleil in I'lht Hook 2. at
page 22, of the I'ul.lic Records of
jiade County, Hoi Ida: Thence East-
erly and parallel to the Mouth line
of the NW'. of Section ll-M^Sfor
LEGAL NOTICE
Thence
H distance of H91.2 feet;
Southwesterly and parallel to the
la.st Hight-of-Way line of Kederal
lllvhwav No 1. 482.26 feet to the
South Un..-of the fSff of the SW*
NWi. of Section 15-52-42 to the
Weal Bank of the Oleta River.
Thence Southwesterly ami uiean-
oering with Oleta River to a
point on the Northwesterly bank
of -aid river 400 feet Weat of
the Kaat line of-the SW-j of Sec-
lion i.-..- u. The..... Northerly and
parallel to rhe said Kasi fine of U><
swi, ro the Mouth line Uf trie NW1,
or Kectlon l5-sl-4t; Anlthi Polnl
Of Beginning.
Begin al the Northwest mi nei of
the s\\'i, ,,t section 8-52-42; Thence
inn baaterlj aloni tha North line
of the S\\, to the Kaat Hue of tlie
Wys of ih- NK', .,r the .nan ol
the swi, of Section 8-52-42; Thence
Southerly along said Kast line to the
South line of Ihe NVv of the NWV,
of the swi, of section 8-52-42;
Thence Westerly along aald South
line to tha West line of hectlon
8-52-42; Thence Northerly along said
West line to the Northwest corner
of the SWi, of Section 8-51-42; And
the Point of Beginning.
Section 2 FORM OF GOVERN.
WENT: That the tjovernment of said
City shall be vested in a Mayor, and
City Council, and the Oovernmeni of
said City shall be c.i n led on by the
following oftlceis, lo-wit.
MAYOR
CITY COl'NCIL
MUNICIPAL .IIIK'.i:
'ITY ATTORNKY
CITY CLKRK
CITY TAX ASSESSOR
CITY TAX COLLKCTOR
i'ITY AI'IHTOR
That all persons who hold office In
tlie City of North Miami Beach by
virtue of an election by the people, or
an ele, iion by the City Council, or,
who are appointed to any City office,
whether herein designated or prescrib-
ed by ordinance pursuant to the pro-
visions hereof, shall lie held and deem-
ed to be City officers of the City of
North Miami Beach.
Section 3. POWERS OF CITY: The
City shall have all the powers granted
lo a municipal corporation and to
cities by the Constitution and Oeneral
Laws of this State, together with all
Implied powers, neceaaary to cai rv in-
to execution all powers granted. The
city may acquire property within or
without ita corporate limits for any City
purposes, in fan simple, or any lesser
interest or estate by purchase, gift,
devise, lease or condemnation, and
may sell, lease, mortgage, hold, man-
age and control such proportj as its
Interests may require; and. except as
prohibited by the Constitution of this
Mate or restrictions of this Charter.
the City shall and may
municipal powers, functions, rights,
privileges and immunities to evep
name and nature whatsoever. The
hereinafter enumerated particular
IMiwera in thia Chartee shall not he
deemed to be exclusive, and In addi-
tion to the powers enumerated herein
or implied hereby, or appropriate to
the exercise of such powers, it Is In-
tended that the City shall have and
may exercise all powers which, under
the Constitution of this State, it
would be competent for this Charier
specifically to enumerate.
ENUMERATED POWERS OF THE
CITY: The said City shall have and
Is granted the rights and powers
(1) To establish, hy out. open,
grade, pave, curb, widen, maintain.
and keep clean and aanltary, and oth-
erwise Improve and to abandon or va-
cate streets, alleys, bridges, sidewalks,
parks, parkways, promenades and oth-
er public places and ways:
(3) To require any and all wires,
regulate travel, trade and traffic In,
over or upon any or all such ways in-
cluding the power to regulate the
weight, equipment. operation and
speed of enginea. traina. motor, and
other vehicles operating in or through
(3) Torequlre any and all wires
pipes and other facilities to be placed
and maintained underground:
(4) To require carriers to install
and maintain at their expense ade-
quate warning lights, gates and sig-
nals, or watchmen, when- deemed
necessary; ,. -
(5) To exercise all powers, the Ob-
ject of which is to promote the public
health, safely, public morals, and pub-
lic welfare; and no Ordinances enact-
ed hereunder shall be held to be \ unless plainly shown to be unrelated
to such ends; ,
<6) To license, upon such terms and
conditions as the Council may. from
time lo time determine, and 10 tax,
regulate, or prohibit, within the t Ity.
such businesses, professions, pursuits,
occupations and devlree-as the ( ouncll
mav from time to time, designate by
Ordinance;
IT) To license and tax and regu-
late carriers:
ID) To license, and for revenue,
and for regulation, to tax businesses.
moles-Ions and occupations generally,
Including non-profit cor|K.rations;
(9) To collect and enforce all
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heNEVi of the 8T5 pf
-52-48; Thence Northerly
I Wc-H Una to. the f*>iih
of the NUTV, ol fcaotkss 8.iX>42
i'. VWerjy gloa* awld So^h
to the HaTjt the-JKMf
W V. of the Nl".Vi of the NW>
itlnn *-38-41; Thanoe Northerly
aald Wett line to the Roulh
eterbj. along- a*id .South Uae_to
'the Wm\L of th* NWV, of Section
42,; Thamc- 2*ortttnrty. along add
One to The aVoMth.ltjae of the
an I-
of \he NWV of Section
Thence Wenterty aWng eajd
'h line to tka> West Wee of M*c-
' 8;&2: Weat .Una of Section s-55-aX to
Mouth lln->of ihe &'W of thf,K>i
'he NBV, of Hectlon 7-58-42:
. Weaterly along aad South
to the West line of tbe.NfcS nf
NV of th> NE4 of Sea-tlvn T.5J-
Tneae*. Nrtherly along aald
[eat line to th, NorOr Unr of He*.-
>n 7-52-42: Thence Easterly along
North line of Sections 7. 8 and
V2-42 to the Wast line of the SEVi
the MWV, pf the SWV4 of Hectlon
}}**. Thance Northerly along aald
n ^line to the North Uafrj,'*}
atmg s,id KaaV line "... Jbe Soulh
line of the NW>, of the SK1, of the
NK>, of the SW\ of Section 21 j2-
,2; 'Thence Westerly along "!'
Mouth line to the East line f he
SK'. of the SWVi of^the NEV4 of
the KW4 of Section 21-^2-42. aald
line Mnl al*1 the Eajt line of Ln
St. Amended lUt of R. E M. oon-
ald Hubdlvlalon. /^"nia ItlSk
Plat thereof, rececded In rial utTO"
X at Bdgeli of the Public Records
f*juherly along aa4d K
the North Ilna of t^>t t
Thenc
anbdlvlslon:
along the Kaat Rue*
^ld tnibdlvialon ,.
nn.7rt, Miie of lAt 2. forVaaild e
Vi of the gy; of the
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nee Kaaterly
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of Section
aald
feet;
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censes, excise, privilege and regulatory
or revenue taxes In general by levy
and sale under a collector s warrant,
or property used In the business, pro-
fession or occupation by the person,
firm or corporation, subject to such
tax or exclae. such levy and sale to
be made In such manner and after
urh notice aa the Council may pre-
(18)' To license upon such terms
and conditions aa the Council may.
from time to lime determine, the aale
of eulrMoue. vlnooe and malt liquors
..ml prohibit the eah^ thereof >_"
C'!r.) To Impose and collect special
taxes and aeaeaamante ton. ateeet lm-
psraveanenta. eolaaefl.MS of. garbaay.
1'arks
I'laygrounds
' -on courses
Athletic and recreational fields
Parking lots
Public labrary (according to
the provisions of the Oeneral
LOWS, as conlaincd in Section-.
167.3D to 18740. Inclushii, of
I-'lorIda Statutesi
To enact Ordinance* defining
ofi.-iises against the City and to i.....
mil' the punishment therefore, but 111
such cases the maximum fine to be
impoaed shall not exceed Kive Hun-
dred tj.'.ini) Doilnra, and Imprlaottmeni
hall not exc.....i sim> ($t>i daya, or
both:
i I |i To levy, assess and collect
such general an I special taxes on
property, real or personal or both.
within the City, and such special gg
seeantent for special oi local Improve-
meiils, and such excise and privilege
taxes as shall be lawful for carrying
oul Ih*' purpi,se and powers of the
City, and pro\ ided that no taxes m
excess of two I'.'| mills shall be levied
for Ihe lieneflt of a public library:
(1"<) To levy, asses and collect tax-
es, and to borrow money, within the
limits prescribed by general law: and
to levy and collect special assessments
tor benefits conferred:
(16) To furnish all local public
services; to purchase, hire, construct,
own. maintain and operate or lease
local public utilities, to acquire by
< onilemnation or otherwise, within or
without the corporate limit* proportj
necessary for any such pur|Ms.-s. sub-
ject to the restrictions imposed by
general law for the protection of other
communities; and to grant local public
utility franchises and to regulate the
exercise thereof;
(171 To make local public Improve-
ments and to acquire by condemnation
or otherwise, property within or with-
out its cor|M>rate limits necessary for
such lmpro\ements. and also to ac-
quire an excess over lhat needed for
any such improvement, and to sell or
lease excess property with restrictions
in order to protect and preserve the
improvement;
(18) To Issue and sell bonds on Ihe
security, In whole or In part, or any
such excess property, or of such ex
cess property, or of any ptibHc utility
owned b) the city, or of the revenue
thereof, or of both. Including the case
of a public utility. If deemed desirable
by the City, a franchise stating tli
terms upon which, in cae of fore-
closure, the purchaser may operat
such utility.
(19) To organise and administer
public libraries subject to the Oeneral
Laws.
Ciii) To adpot and enforce within
their limits, local police sanitary
and other similar regulations not in
conflict with the Oeneral I.iu-
(21) To provide for slum clearance
and the rehabilitation of blighted ar-
eai and gifts of money or property
Or loans Of money or credit for -nch
purposes shall le deemed to be a City
purpose:
(221 To provide safe nnd sanitary
housing to families of low Income and
for recreational and other facilities
incidental or appurtenant thereto; and
e.ifts of money or property or loans
of money or credit for such housing
shall be deemed to be for a City pur-
pose, s
ARTICLE II
THE COUNCIL; THE MAYOR
Section 1. Number, selection and
term
Qualifications
Salary
Titular headThe Mayor
Powers and duties of the
Mai or
Vacancies in office of the
Ma) or
1'owers of Council
Vacancies In Council
Induction of Council Into
office. Meeting- of Council
Council to he Judge of
qualifications of its mem-
bers
Rules of Procedure;
Journal
Ordinances
Procedure for passage of
Ordinances; first reading
Mecond reading and public
lira I Mis
Further consideration:
final passage
Publication of Ordinances
after final passage, per-
missive referendum
Emergency Ordinances
Section 1. NUMBER, SELECTION
ANO TERM: The Council shall have
five (5) members elected for a term of
four years each, provided, however,
that election of councllmen shnll be
staggered, to-wlt: Two (2) councllmen
shall stand for election simultaneously
In Mayoralty election years; remain-
ing three (8) councllmen on alternate
election years; and. provided, that
each city councilman shall be a resi-
dent within the boundary lines of the
Districts hereafter designated and
shall reside within the Dtatrict from
which he is elected; and further that
only one councilman shall be elected
from each District by the voters of
that District.
Section 2. QUALIFICATIONS: Coun-
cllmen shall be qualified electors of
the city and ahatl hold no other public
office except that of Notary Public,
or member of the National Ouard.
Naval or Military Reserve. If a coun-
cilman shall cease to possess-any of
!* qualificatlona, or shall be too-
vtctedof a crime involving moral-tur-
hia office shall Immediately
vaeant
,HiaV8>:. The aeantial
cpsmrihatow etaaU.be-4tawd.hy
eoa hut shall not be ioi'ianaudr
the current term of cauncilme
endh .Increase.-
F.C*
City
chunUfy persons-
,rnatdair-ae locations or
the aaneeamen* of ^if"? ;"?'
ciai aseawmenta, provided- .that, the
rates of auch taxes engwetal seesaw-
menu shall be -uniform- and Seat
against- all perssne- aaat pree*e*te in.
the respeottve claaaaa and -n*der uh~
atantiaRy the earns c4ooumatsmoee> -
(12) to acquire, -epetnta, mor4iage.
leaae, aell. or otherwUae dispose of all
kinds of public Improvements, ^sn-
vanlencea, and faciliMee. Including:
(a> 2anttary and storm sewers
Ik) A water ayatsm
tc) Mrs prevention and extinguish-
ing equipment ,- ," ..
KaHlllies lor- furnishing light,
power, heat and -refrigeration
(to the inhabitsnta) either by
electrk-itv, ga*. or otiie* means
llulldinga foe City of North
Miami Beach Offices and Ad-
ministration
(f) Public Markets
(g) Incinerators
(hi Dumping grounds
(I) Auditorium
(J) Amphitheatres
id)
(e)
i.
4.
6.
7.
8.
.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
18.
17
pttuds.
Si erne <
i*ssn 4. TITULAS HMD, TMC
ksatVOWi The Mayor s*bj he reissg-
aased an the tssutar head or fa- 4J3try
hall he ejected.from
time to time to the City Council fof
the enactment of auch laws or the
adoption of auch rules and regula-
tions lor the government of the var-
ious City. l>epartments as will. In
his Judgment, best promote the in-
terests of the City, and shall do and
perform all duties Imposed upon liliu
by Ordinance! of the City and by
. Ibis t-'hartcgr '''
(g) to appoint, confirmed by the (ity
Council, when the Council shall deem
such officer advisable, a City Audi-
tor or Comptroller, whose powers
and duties snail be such as are now,
or may hereafter be fixed bj ordi-
nance and by this Charter, and shall
submit to the City Council whenever
required], a full and complete state-
rnenl of all receipts and disburse-
ments of the City's last Financial
Statement: and shall also prepare
and submit to each member of the
City Council at the second regular
meeting In each month a statement
showing the amount of the ex-
penses of each City Department for
the preceding month, together with
th,- amount allowed to each depart-
ment when the Annual Budget was
made.
(h) To act on all Ordinances passed
by the City Council and which shall
be submitted before going into ef
fact to the Mayor, or the Acting
Mayor, for his approval; If approved,
he shall sign the same and return it
to the City Clerk: if disapproved,
return aame with hia objections in
Writing, to the City Council at its
next tegular meeting, who ahnll
cause the aame to be entered In full
upon Its records of their proceed-
ings, with the Mayor's objections
thereto, and pass upon the same, if
upon consideration the City Council
shall pass said Ordinance by a four-
fifths (4/5) majority vote, whiclf
vote shall be entered upon the rec-
ords, such Ordinance shall then be-
come law, the Mayor*! vote to thff
(ontrary notwithstanding. Any Ordi-
nance which shall not be returned to
the (ity Council at the ne-regular
meeting after Ita passage,' with a>
written veto, shall become a law in
like manner as If approved by th
Mayor or Acting Mayor.
8ection 8.VACANCIES IN OFFI
ill-' .MA Volt: The President of-the'
Council, during the absence or disa--
billty of the Mayor, shall act as su Mayor, but While so acting as May he shall not have the right to art or
VOtS a* a member of the City Council,
but the City Council shall, In such
elect a President pro tern and
n case the Mayor shall be absent or
laboring under any disability for more
than three days at a time, the act-
ing Mavor shall receive the Mayor
salarv for the time of his absence, disability, provided, that In the event
of the absence, sickness or disqualifi-
cation of the Mayor and/or the Presi-
dent of the City Council, the City
Council mav elect one of its members
who shall Be Acting Mayor, but the
acting Mavor cannot sit as a member
of Council'; and, provided, further, ill
,.,- c.f death, resignation, removal,
failure to qualify due to non-residence,
or physical disability, or In case of
'allure p. elect a Mayor, the President
of ihe City Council or Acting Mayor,
as above provided, shall discharge the
duties of said office until filled in ^i
manner and pursuant to .ARTICUs!
VIII, Meet ion 11 of this Charter. JJ
Section 7. DUTIES AND POWERS
OF CITY COUNCIL: The City Coun-
cil shall have the power to effectual*
all of Ihe powers grar
of North Miami
Charier, together
powers necessary to carry into execu-
tion all powers granted to the said
City. The hereinafter enumerated par-
ticular powers In this Charter shall
not ba deemed exclusive, and In addi-
tion to the powers enumerated herein
or Implied thereby, or appropriate to
the exercise of such powers. It Is In-
tended that the City Council shad
have and may exercise all power*
which, under the Constitution of this
State and granted to the City Coun-
cils of cities and towns by Oeneral
Laws of the .State of Klorlda. it would
be competent for this Charter speci-
fically to enumerate.
ENUMERATED POWERS OF
COUNCIL: The City Council shall
have and Is granted the rights and
powers aa follow's:
II) To appoint a City Attorney, who
shall perform all tire duties Imposed
upon him by the provisions of thia
Charter and which are now pre-
scribed or which may be hereafter
prescribed by City ordinance.
C.') To appoint a City Kngineer who
shall perform- all duties Imposed
u|m him by the provisions of this
Charter and which are now pre-
scribed, or which may hereafter be
prescribed by City Ordinance.
13) To make, establish and ordain
for the (lovernment of said City and
the officers of aald City, auch Ordi-
nancea In writing, and such By-
Ijiws and Rules of Order, not incon-
sistent with this Charter and the
Constitution and laws of the I'nited
Mtates as they may deem necessary.
(4) To pass all Ordinance* and pre-
scribe penalties for violation there-
of, sa may be necessary to define,
prevent and abate nuisance*
(5) To restrain and punish gamb-
hling or other diaorderty conduct:
to prevent the running at large of
cattle, horses, dogs, hags, sheep,
gunta, and fowla and other domes-
tic birds, in the streets or In the
City Umlta and to impound tha
rt> To provide for the taasbliah-
naent of wnnsfwrha) and.-aM other
pashta neeaaaaxy 8r. tha. City
nnd may snake .lintran swlatrng
to the same, ami wewaeeartneenme
for
power tc cim-iudicj
granted to the Cum
Reach under thtd
with all ImplieVj
'^s'tV's.'rlwERJ Alt OSJTIKg
^er. Tsta .MAVOIt. TM' dtttfan and
powere of the Mayor shall be: -
(al to eae that aU Ordlaanc*-ol the
said < Ity are -faJtadhjbr etacutedr *
(b) to appoint' a Municipal Judge.
(c) to appoint, with.the consent of
the City CooncU, a 4Tler of Police,
arho ahall hold office at the piesaure
of tha Mayer and the City Council,
and whose powers snd duties shall
be such aa are now. -or may here-
after, be- fixed by Ordinance, and by
this Charter.
(d to bid In all property for the City
at any and all Judicial sale or sales
under process of law. where the City
la a party.
(e) to sign all deeds, contract!,
bonds or other Instruments In wrlt-
. lng to which the City is a part, when
authorised to do so by Ordinance or
Resolution of the City Council.
(f) To make recommendations from
the epuatkro and sgshirsslance of
aaass. >-"-C-..8T
' (7) To grant lawn*, ipal franchise* to
-tfnnaiportaUaa.' I ll igIHI and teJe:
vtslr Te regisaxia the speed a*- which
-spent hfiotaee railways ahall run in
Ms-Ctty.Ulmlta. -
() To license* control ass* regulate
i salillisSji, baianesaa. occopattons
and profeaaioaa carried oa and efi-
- gaged In-within the City tenets, and
th* satouala of aueh licenses and
taxes shall be freed by <1ty *>rdinen-
cee watch- amount of aaid taaea-ehaU
- not he dependent upon a general
state revenue law. and, the- CUy
Council may charge license fees of
not exceeding Five Hundred DoUst* tor the erection of 'sign-
boards, placards, and advertlelng
signs, and no sign board shall be
erected and maintained within the
c'itv Limits until such license fee
shall have first been nsldr to the
City Clerk.
(ID) To control snd regulate the
sata of Intoxicating lienjor*. wines
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ENUES; RECEIPTS FROM Iff
ASSESSMENTS: R.
oil. ,-tioti of n
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Section 11
JOURNAL:
mine It* own rules
' II ahall keei
and tii
publli Inn
RULESOFPROCEDURE
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Section 25 MISCELL*NEl
REVENUES: FROM NEW SOU*.
No revenue from a'new ami
previously etalrd In tag bassitl
l~- Included unle>. the fcUvr i
determine thnt th.- f...-ta rltarh t
rant the expectatloi, Dmi aucki
will lie actually realised In riakl
lug the budget year in the
atated and shall Fortify *ach.
atlnn In suiting to tM.- .'ouscil
new revenue ha to \~ reeeired I
the Htate, the anticipated
shall not exceed the jreoun!
the |>ro|ier offl.-e ..( t i,e M> I
declare In writing to lw the
which may rensonaMU be aau
in the budget year
Section 2*. PROPOSED E<
DITURES: The pro|ioaed ex
hall be tterAlsed in ... h fnnr I
such extent gs fhall Me pp'iiWI
law, and In the abaci of aicil
vision, bv regulation- .-ixhlrahslj
to e Sep.. i i-. i
Mi.te.t In th.- M Igi fur at I
i.i i Ift.-i oat ;,it .n. aMI
"tlon ihatre. I
hi. h the fa MM redlt |
- pl.ds.-il
i I, i i l||
i. i The |uiym. '
.'II The amount h
it a of mli
In the Imt-i i
failed t., e>|iial t1 total J
budget estimate.
thalj
\ n amount equil to th' ajM
gate of nil taxe. I. I f"r OJ
fiscal year prmi the htK^H
which are rlelln.|u. t md
Ing on the nth dsi prW "J
lieglnnlng of the budget year.i
to the extent th. City isT
made pn.\-|slon therefor by
Ing the full amount of at
Tient tax.
'f i An amount eou-i' "* '
gate of all rancellatl.ns, rersa
abfttemonta and refunds of
that have been made durlaflat1
rent fiscal year
(a") An amount enusl tn la
tta*o of all special
w-sitcei It la oaMatisted *r'
standing at the end of the i
yoar rn antlritiatlon of the i
of roranuea other th.in tae 1
tax
fhl An amount equal to aaj
gate faf all amerren. i notes r
l estimated wni b. miurtagaWI
the end of the current T**' j|
(It If the f'ltv Is reipMred ''"'
un the deficit arlslnc fro"" '" '
ntlons of utllltv or .ither
service entemrises an aaanB<
o the deficit from ": "fJTl
during the last ron"-b-ted f*^
anarateli- stated f.>'
other piilillc Brrtce ',rP"*U
anpears In a ae|iarste ^^
the budrrt as|
(|) Administration r"
maintenance of es.-h ~M
ment or Aeencv of......'' ,,,-J.I
chsractar and objeel "f ""^,
Inraj si
fki r-onilngent *""n,',, afl
am......t rot m.c than !\JM
centum of the ...ii' """'!, J^B
unt to Mia. I n IJi
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tal
down i.vie.ent on '"'! j M
aa required br He.-tlon I
Ar1M. .war"'*'I
?iirb-. r. n m p i*^ jew|
OTHPR Ve-ARA: In t>-">~> el
nnmualta the eevenal I""" ^,| M
wxaed exnondltures. th-' ^ gall
"laced He atnount if .-ra ^..iai|
'> taods-t of lb- >'^'
'Iscal rear, the aaaaone' "' '
s'-tualta- esn-nded daring t ,
h- ameji-fat of a-ch asrr* "".^ I
>".* of !>- nitre"' T'l +mt__
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ijaaaiZ. aaajro? nor
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Se-t.on 11
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PAGE 5C
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
i
nt fiscal year estimated as
\ as may be.
"88. DOWN PAYMENTS ON
fi_ PROJECTS: I'lnler tin- (pi
Itlnn of '*L>uwn r.ivinents on
oje< if-" as I11 "' "''' '" sub-
(1 ) ill Si i lion 2>>' (if tills At -
hall he separately stat< d
in li capital Project for which
p., liil that bonds will In- au-
diiiuig 'I'*' budget year. B
||i li is not leaa than five j i< i
|um of III'' a mount of bonds to
i rot iii.ii project. Vot
of down imymmtn all st.....I
kin.-ills expected to he partly
\,\ the Issuance of bondi
fill. budget year, may bo oon>
i single project, ao, also may
iaed extensions of the water
mid likewise all extensions of
i lystsm. Such an approprla-
H down payment shall not he
li.-fore the issuance of bonds
knee any capital expenditure
the result of flic, flood or
Js.iM.-i. or which Is for a City
operated utility or other
pi vice enterprise, or which la
,i in part. In cash, labor or
., by any agency or the Oov-
of the 1'nlted States of
or of this State.
I 29. BUDGET SUMMARY:
[head of the budget there (hall
a nummary of the budget.
need not be Itemised further
pi nuipal sources of antlcl-
yevenue stating- separately the
t.i lie raised by property tax.
departments and kinds of ex-
In such manner as to pres-
ths taxpayers a simple anil
luminary of the detailed estl-
Cil the budget
ARTICLE IV.
GROWING FOR CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS
I let lllillollS
. spltal lmpmv .imiits; for
the ilj -at-u, g< for i>.--
I nts
I ,.a i .n jr ili.icbte.l-
,,. I llilng ..no

i Ordinance; vote '-
., .n i
i .., in .iii.i nt* nt oi Bond
i num.
. ..i Bond Ordinance;
Ion
nd ......i-iii when
A, .,1 III Ul I |.l "j, I IS .11
','1 .
i .,i iii ami i ''int. ul.- aver-
age pet " i i.....li' foi passe
I >i .i.i,..in pi
lion aiiei final passage
i i. ii.ni on Bond ->l dl-
ii. dale of I Bond
i irdlnance
No lUmii iiidinance to he
paused unless appropria-
tion in.ule lor down pay-
ment
Down puwiuiiit not re-
iiuir.ii ii certain cases
Authorisation of notes In
anticipation ul Homis. Ma-
turity
oth.r proceedings by, ltei-
olution
All bonds paid In annual
Installments
Klrst aiiiiu.il Installment
Last annual Installment
Period of is.-!illness coin- ]
putsd from date of passage
Period of usefulness
1'ctef minatlou of period
of usefulness
I terrniii.itioii of Council
coin hi
l'ublir sale
Short period of limitations
1'ayment of Honda and
Notes
1. DEFINITION*: As used
i'barter. "Capital l'rojrct" in I have
n ii a ns
(any physical nubile betterment
pruvement and any preliminary
uoui surveys relative thereto,
[the acquisition ol property of a
i nt nature:
laud the purchase of equipment
k> publu- betterment or improve-
I when first erected or acquired.
iton 2. CAPITAL IMPROVE
rs: FOR THE CITY AT LARGE;
[DISTRICTS; REQUIREMENTS:
iiiniclpal improvement* shall be
Id for the City at large unless
s-'ii.in.mis consent of the Councll-
I' i' each and every District of
Jity. but any municipal Iiaprove-
for any Distill t may be ordered
t>te of the majority of tba City
ril. and with the written consent
Councilman of the District in
the improvement la to be or-
and any bonds Issued under
nty of this Charter shall be ab-
ei- and din. I obligation only
iMstrict fur which said Im-
p.iieui in ordered, iiiilseis the
lution orderlnir said Improvement
, have been approved by all of the
Dei a ,,i the City Council ss afore-
in which caae bonds shall be ab-
general and direct obligation
City .
Jds issued by the City for any
improvements shsll be paid
LEGAL NOTICE

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SI.
St.
lion
niaxlinimi ,,-t f ,,, espllal ....... i
IllclUillng .nil sums theiilnli.
thereby appropriated.
'.' '\ "x.....""in of the amount of
lllv down Paj.....ni appropriated in
the budget that year in n.......n.....
of BUOb lellil Issue.
1 k,det< u i.iiiou of the period of
usufuiii..-, ,,f m, project, wl......
the limitations ,,f s. lions 1!) ami
I'll of tnls Article.
, (() A determination of the neces-
s.ii> ii.bt .,f the City afti i Issuance
of the bonds thereby auth<
together With a ileclaiallnii lu..t the
bonds ihereb) authorised will be
within nil debt and other limits-
tiinis prescribed by the Constitution
and LAWS of ihls State.
Section 6. TITLE OF BOND ORDI-
NANCES; CITATION: The title of n
Batld iriliiinnce shall state the amount
appropriated by an Indicated project
and the amount of bonds authorized
to finance the appropriation Bond
ordinances shall be cited In bonds and
notes by title and date of final pass-
age.
Section 7. FORM AND CONTENT
WHEN TWO OR MORE PROJECTS
ARE COMBINED: A bond ordinance
Bias combine two or more projects, in
which event II shall, for each project,
establish sefianite appropriations and
state separntely the estimated maxi-
mum costs and amounts of down pay-
ments, but shall authorize a single
Issue of bonds to finance the aggre-
gate of the appropriations thereby
made. The title of such Isind ordinance
late the aggregate of the api.....
prlatlons. Instead of the respective
amounts.
Section 8 FORM AND CONTENT:
AVERAGE PERIOD OF USEFUL-
NESS: if a bond ordinance embraces
two or mom projects, it shall, In addl-
i ion to ileti i mining the resin ctlve
periods of usefulness, determine the
average period, taking Into considera-
tion the respective amounts of bonds
| SI i I pi"!''. IS
Section 9. PROCEDURE FOR PASS-
ACit OF BOND ORDINANCES: PUB-
LICATION AFTER FINAL PASS
AGt: The i......iime foi passage oi
a bond "i.i ..ii be the same
as that pn i Ibi .ii.. li. u,
14, H and Id ol Irticii li u
othsi Ordinances ol i he City,
exci ii thai win ii p iblished alt. i final
... ,1 i|'.mi.in. I
..inpanicii i.. a vitn in sub-
stantial!) the following form:
NOTICE
The bond Ordinance posted here-
with has been in.ii> passed and
tin- _'"-iia> period of limitation
within with h a suit, action or pro-
ceedlng questioning ths validity
of siii-n oniinanoe can be com-
menced as pro\ Hied bv the City
Charter, has begun to run Irora
said io,ai Improvement bond fund:
ami the proi ecda of all taxi
excess in accordance herewith lor the
hi ot bonds of the City ap-
li!,..il,I, to th,. ity-at-large, altei the
u ... in, in ol .', ruing Interest un ssld
shall he paid into a full,I In I"*
denominated improveniOHt Bond
I iii-l foi the Cltj of North Miami
Beach', winch shall be used fm in.
other "purpose than the paymenl ol
principal of such bonus as thai ma-
ture; provided, however, thai tin
amount Ol SUOH annual tax levy linn
in reduced by the amount then con-
tained III the sal.I City Impi ovenu lit
Bond l .in,i
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
the il.ll
tins Not.
if tin
first posting of
e
let
nut of the taxes especially lev-
Itid assessed against the lands ly-
.'hin the District for which said
ovements are made or contem-
the pa, inent of the principal
[Interest of all bonds lasUed here-
as they mature, the t'lty
ell is hereby authorised and re-
Fd to levy an annual special tax
all taxable property subject to
11 ii of Ismds as provided In the
["Hug section, over snd abovs all
authorised or limited by law or
a- Charter of the City sufficient
tile Inteiesi and principal of
bonds at their several dates of
pn'' I v.
etion 3. POWER TO INCUR IN-
TEDNESS BY ISSUING BONDS
NOTES: The City may Incur In-
dneas by Issuing Its negotiable
nit limes, lii anticipation of
-. pursuant to this Charter, to
It- au> capital project which It
lawfully construct or acquire,
ttion 4. BOMB) ORDINANCE;
it REQUIRED: The City shall
I'jlae the issuance of bonds by a
i'l ordinance'' panned by the City
id! In the name manner as pro-
M In Section of this Article
jetton S. FORM AND CONTENT OF
NO ORDINANCE: A Ismd Ordl-
shall contain In substance St
I' the following provisions:
An sppnipi latlon ol a sum of
'or a capital project, de-
fribed In brief and general terms
ffii lent for reasonable Identlflca-
' To finance the nald gppropiia-
an authoiisatlon of the Incur-
pT of in,i, bi.-dnesa by the Issuance
f'onds In a listed sinount. pur-
nt to this Charter.
' A sutmneul of the*> estimated
CITY CI.KHK
Section 10. REFERENDUM ON
BOND ORDINANCES: Before any
bonds, applicable to the CHy-at-largse
authorised bv thin Charter shall be
issued by said I'ny of North Miami
I.e.i. h. acting by ami through its City
Council and other proper officers, II
shall be necessary for such proposed
bond Issue to lie approved by the reg-
istered freeholders then residing there-
in at au election called for that pur-
pose and actually voting In such elec-
tion; nor shall any such bonds be is-
sued for or as applicable only to a Dis-
trict within said City by the author-
ities aforesaid, until the Issue thereof
shall have likewise been approved by
a majority of ssld freeholders resid-
ing In said District at sn election
railed for that purpose and actually
voting therein: provided, however,
that all revenue bonds which shall
been authorised by tirdlnance
adopted by the City Council which
ordinances shall be passed In the
manner provided for by this bar-
ter, for the pavmeiit of self-sustain-
rrir projects, shsll not be subject to
referendum All such revenue bonds
so authorised may bear such date or
dates: mature st such time or times,
pursuant to the terms of this Charter;
may baar Interest at such rate or
rates: may be in such form: may carry
such registration privileges; may be
executed In such manner; and may-
be payable at such place or places;
msv be subject to redemption in such
manner, snd upon such terms, with
or without premium, may be authen-
ticated In such manner; and may 0OO-
tain such terms and covenants all as
mat' be provided in such Ordinance.
The sale snd award of such bonds
shall be negotiated and made In IHBg
manner and upon such terms as may
be proacrlbed by resolution of the
Cltv Council. Notwithstanding the
form or tenor thereof, and In the ab-
sence of sn express recital .on the
face thereof that It la non-negotlabH .
ell such revenue bonds shsll he ne-
gotiable Instruments. Karh such ordi-
nance may contain and expressi such
covenants and undertakings on belislt
of said City as may be deemed piop.i
for the purpose of "''r'n5 "KjE.
opetatlon of such works and systems.
,'nd for the purpose of ^ulrl"V'Hr..
er fixing, collecting and accounting
and revenues from such operation and
application of the necessary port Ions
thereof to the payment of such rev-
enue beads; prevhW th.t no lie
upon anv physUal property of the
City shall be created hereunder. and
pavment of all such revenue bonds
shall he secured by and .eaV"1;^"'''^
from revenue to be derived from the
operation of the particular WOTta proj-
ect or system, or systems financed
thereby The remedy for any breach
or default of any such covens its i
undertakings may be made by msnda-
mus proceedings In any -""., "f..,"
petent Jurisdiction to compel pei form-
ance and compliance therewith a I
bv appointment of a receiver b> ">
?,.* mirl. Cnder no clrcum.tan. e-
shall sny such revenue bonds he or
become an Indebtedness of said I ity
within the meaning of sny_ cons. -
llonsl, statutory or charter "mlta-
lon" and It -hall be PjBMjtoJSMS
the face of such revenue bond that It
Hoes m.t constitute such Indebtedness
buJ Is pat-able solely from revenue of
Mid project! works snd system or sys-
"The proceeds of all taxes levied and
s.s.sse.1 In accordance herewith for
the 'payment > l"urrt..f.1r ^
Section 11. EFFECTIVE DATE OF
bond ordinance: Bach bomi ordi-
nance shall take effect on the twenty-
fn.-i (SI) da> after Its first valid pub-
ll'illlon after final passage subject to
referendum. In which event It shall
DOt take effect unless It be approved
by the favorable vote of at least a
majority of those voting thereon.
Section 12. NO BOND ORDINANCE
TO BE PASSED UNLESS APPRO-
PRIATION MADE FOR DOWN PAY-
MENT: No bond ordinance shall be
passed unless It stales separately for
each purpose the amount of the
"Down I'aynient" specifically appro-
priated to that purpose in the last pre-
viously adopted budget. The down
payment shall lie an available sum of
money eaual to at least five per cen-
tum (S%) of the amount of bonds
authorised. Kor the purpoaei of the
down payment, ail street Improve-
ments expected to la- partly financed
bv the issuance of bunds durum a
single fiscal \ear may be considered
a single project; so, also. m.i\ all ex-
tensions of the water s>stem, aiu.l
likewise, all extensions of the sewer
s\ stem.
Section 13. DOWN PAYMENT NOT
REQUIRED IN CERTAIN CASES:
The provisions ol Section \\: shall not
apply to a i.ond ordinance which au-
thorises bonds solely lo llnanci ex-
penditures winch arc the result ol lire,
hood oi other dlaaster, or authorises
hoii ii solely foi i in completion ol a
uiiinii ipa,i> owned, or operated utility
or oihei public service enterprise, ot
authorise bonds aolel) to finance an
., inent of which any part or
Is to be met in a sn, labor or
materials by an] agen ol the gov-
ernment ol lb. i nlti l Slalei ol Amer-
,;.l. Ol of tin- Btati
Section 14 AUTHORIZATION OF
NOTES IN ANTICIPATION OF
BONDS: MATURITY: In anticipation
of the Issuance ol bondi. Ihe Co in
.11 may. b] Resolution, authorial
issuance ,.i negotiable notes, when it
-h.iii h.iv. theretofore autnorlaeu the
issuance ol bonds Bach such note
shall in- deelgltated "Bond Anticipa-
tion Note and. including renewals,
shall mature and be paid not mori
than fourteen 14> calendai months
after the date of Issiian.e of the
original note. All l-nnl anticipation
note- ma] be sold b) the proper au-
thority at private sale without pre-
t'loUS "public offering.
Section 15. OTHER PROCEEDINGS
BY RESOLUTION: All altars In
connection with the authorisation.
sale and Issuance of bonds or notes
not specifically required to be pro-
vided in the bond ordinance ma] be
determined or provided by subsequent
Resolutions adopted by the affirma-
tive vote of at least a majority of the
men.....ra of the city Council.
Section It. ALL BONDS PAID IN
ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS: All
bonds Issued pursuant to this t bar-
ter shall be paid in consecutive an-
nual installments, no one of which
shall he more than fifty per centum
130%) in excess of the smallest prior
"'s!rc.onni7. FIRST ANNUAL IN-
STALLMENT: The first annual In-
stallment shall be paid not more than
one year. or. If the bonds are issued
to fund notes, not more than two
tears, after the date of final passage
of the bond ordinance by virtue of
which they are issued. ......
Section 1S. LAST ANNUAL IN-
STALLMENT: The last annual in-
stallment of each authorised issue of
bonds shall be paid not later than the
date of expiration of the period of
usefulness of the project for the fi-
nancing of which such bonds are la-
sued, or of the average period of two
or more combined projects, as deter-
mined In the bond ordinance authoris-
ing the issuance of such "nds.
Section U. PERIOD OF USEFUL-
NESS COMPUTED FROM DATE OF
PASSAGE: The period of usefulness
of each project, and the average pe-
riod In the case of two or more proj-
ects combined in one authorised issue,
shall be computed from the date of
final passage of the bond ordinance bv
virtue of which the bonds are issued
Section 20. PERIOD OF USEFUL-
NE8S: Bonds may be issued for terms
not exceeding the maturities herein
provided and the proceeds of the sale
thereof must be expended for the pur-
isises herein provided:
(a) Maximum maturity30 years.
the supply and distribution of water,
the acquisition of real property; con-
struction of sewers, construction and
equipment when first constructed of
anv plant or structure for the
treatment, disposal or filtration of
sewage, intercepting sewers snd all
necessary accessories thereof.
(ID Maximum MaturityJO years:
heating, lighting, plumbing, venti-
lating, elevator and power plants
and systems and other permanent
equipment In new fire-proof build-
ings or additions thereto: construe-
tlnn of fire-proof buildings or addi-
tions thereto.
ul Maximum Maturityip years:
anv public Improvement of a per-
anent character not expressU pro-
vided for In this section.
Section 21 DETERMINATION OF
PERIOD OF USEFULNESS: Within
the foregoing maximum maturity
periods, bonds shall mature not later
lhan Ihe expiration of the l"riod of
the probable usefulness of the capital
project fi which thei are Issued. M
icte. mined bv certificate of the Kngl-
ne.i or Architect, approved by the
,-iiv Council and stated In the I.ond
"nection" DETERMINATION OF
council CONCLUSIVE: The deter-
mination of the Council. In the llond
Ordinance, as to the classification of
the projects lor which bonds are au-
thorised and as lo the period of use-
fulness or average period, shall ne
conclusive In anv action or proceed-
ings involving the validity of the
'"section 23. PUBLIC SALE: All
bonds Issued under tills Charter shall
be sold at public sale upon sealed pro-
posals after at least ten 1101 days
tut I,.- published st least once In a
qualified newspaper published In the
County and having a general circula-
tion in the City.
Section 24. SHORT PERIOD OF
LIMITATIONS: When twenty U"i
nays shall have elapsed aftei tile pllb-
lical -ii aftei final iwnaggi ol bond
ordinances as provided In this Cluu
ler.
(a) any recitals or statement! err
fact contained in Mich bond oi di
nance, oi in -the preamble-, or re-
citals thereof shall i deemed to be
true foi In. purpose Of determining
tin- valldit) ot the lion.is thereby
authorised and the City and all
others Interested shall lorever there-
after be -topped from denying the
same .
i iii such bond ordinance shall be
coneluelvelj presumed lo have been
dul) and regulaiiy passed by the
City ami to comply with the provl-
lona of this Charter and 'ill laws;
id and the validity of such bond
ordinance shall not tharealtei be
ipiesi iiuieil !> either a party plaintiff
or a party defendant except In a
suit, action or proceedings com-
menced prior to the expiration of
such twenty 120) days.
Section 25. PAYMENT OF BONDS
AND NOTES: The power and obli-
gation of the City to pay any snd all
bonds and notes hereafter issued by
It pursuant t<> this Charier, shall be
unlimited and the City shall levy ad
valorem taxes upon all taxable prop-
erty within the City for the payment
of such bonds or notes ami Interest
thereon, without limitation of rate or
amount. The faith and credit of the
city is hereby pledged for the paymenl
of the principal and of the int.i.-i -n
all Ismds and notes of the Cltl hen -
aftei issued pursuant to this Charter.
whether or not such pledge be stated
in the bonds or notes, or In the bond
ordinance, authorizing their Issuance,
excepl a~ otherwise provided In Bec-
tl,n l" of this Article
The purpose ol this Section belni
to provide a satisfactory ami ecoi.....il-
ai method b] which public ways with-
in the di. ot Ninth Miami I'...oh may
I..- Improved, li hen bs.....
thai no Irregularity or illegality in
connection with any ol the pi
Inga herein authorised shall. In any
a ,-.. affei I the ^ illdlty ol the ordei i
bonds oi
inleaa su, u ii regularll y oi
i shall aubstantlailj alfei t the
righl of ii Cltj "r "~ Inhabitant -
or the on n. i of propi rl asm Md I
a ii improt.-inept
ARTICLE V. *
DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL
3.
4.
fi.
I,
9.
10.
11.
ii,
13.
14
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111.
11
Section I. Met it basis ol appoint-
ments
Civil Service Board
Nutubet, Appointments,
I'.i. iion tad Removal
i 'it il Bert Ice Board
Sele. lion of Chaii man S. I
. tarj and < "hlel ESxa miner
civil Sei \ Ice Board
Unclassified and Classified
Se| Vtl e
civil Service Board-
Powers and Duties,
Creation of Rules
Promoi ion
civil Service Board
I'.euiov al, Suspension.
Reduction of Employees In
Classified Service
Civil Service Hoard
status of present Em-
ployees In Classified
Service
Condition for payment of
salaries in Classified
Service
Powers of Subpoena,
' >atiis, production of
It.-ords
Prohibitions. Penalties
Violations of Provisions.
Penalties
Salaries of Civil Service
Hoard, Us Employees rela-
tive to Classified Service
Pensions and Retirement
Plan, Relief Fund, Insur-
ance Plan, acceptance of
money or property for such
1'iiinl. Administration of
such Fund
Pay Plan
Priority listings for
Veterans
Iiepartment Heads
Section 1. MERIT BASIS OF AP-
POINTMENTS: The appointment and
promotion in the AdmlnlsTratlve serv-
ice of the City shall be made according
to merit and fitness, lo be ascertain-
ed Insofar as iiractlcahle by competi-
tive examination. To carry out this
purpose there Is herein created a
CIVI1. SKRVICK ACT.
Section 2. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD:
NUMBER; APPOINTMENTS; ELEC-
TION; REMOVAL: There is hereby
created a S-member Civil Service
Hoard; one to be appointed by Ihe
Mayor of the City of North Miami
Reach, whose term shsll be for three
vears: Iwo to be appointed by the
Cltv Council of the Cltv of Worth
Miami Reach, whose terms shall be
for two (2) vears each; and two mem-
bers shall be elected by the employees
of the City of North Miami Beach
with civil service status, whose terms
shsll be for four (41 years each. That
of the two members so elected from
the employee* with civil service stat-
us, one shall be elected bv the Police
and Fire IVpnrtments, and the other
shall be elected from the remaining
civil service employees. All of the
Civil Service Hoard shall take office
ss soon as appoint..! Any vacancies
shall be filled In Ihe same manner as
the Hoard members were appointed or
elected. The Cltv Council shall lie.
and thev sre herebv authorised to
prescribe the rules and reeuratlons and
procedure for the handling of elec-
tions for the purpose of clectine the
two members of the civil sert Ice
Hoard bv the City employees with
civil service status aforementioned.
Sections. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD;
SFLFCTION OF CHAIRMAN: SEC-
RETARY; AND CHIEF EXAMINER:
Immediately after appointment. Ihe
Hoard shall organise and elect one o/
Its members Chairman The Board
shall appoint a Chief Examiner, who
shall be a member of fhe Hoard and
t as Secretarv. The Hoard mat-
appoint such Administrative assistants
as they mav deem necessary U|am ap-
proval of the Cltv Council
The Chief Kxamlner shall nrovlde
examinations in accordar;-e with Ihe
restitutions of the Hoard and maintain
lists of ellsibies of each class of the
services of those meeting- the reoiilre-
m,nts of said I emulations Positions
In the classified service shall he filled
hv the Civil Service Hoard from ellel-
b'e lists ant bv It presented to Hie
citv Council Vs r>ltlons nr. fin. .1
the .-ivitovineiit officer shall certlfv
the (BCl by t.roner and prescribed
form, to the Cltv Clerk and the Direc-
tor of the Department In which the
vacancy exls's
Section 4. CIVIL SFRVIOF RftSRO-
UNCIARSIFIFD AND CtASSIFIFD
SERVICE: The civil service of the
City is hereby divided Into t'nclassl-
II. il anil Classified Service. The L'n-
i i.is.sini-,1 Service shall Include:
un The heads of departments,
member of appointive boards, i
Attorney, .lunge of tin Cltj Court,
Chief of Police. I'lllil ol l-l.e I >. -
parttnent, and the City Auditor.
The classified S.-i lue shall ,.....uiiise
all positions not Speulnonlly Included
bv this Charter in the I'm Ms in- I
Set vn e. There shall be in the Chu
tied s.-ni.e three classes to be known
as the Competitive "'lass. Non-com-
netltlve Class, ami Labor lass, as
follows:
(a) The Competitive Class shall in-
clude all positions ami employment
for which it is practicable to deter-
mine Ihe merit ami fitness ,,f appli-
cants by competitive examinations,
thy The Nun -competitive Class
shall consist of all position* requir-
ing peculiar and exceptional quaII-
fi.ations of a scientific, managerial,
professional, or educational char-
acter, as may* be detei unm-d bv the
rules of the Board
(CI The l^abor Class shall Include
ordinary unskilled labor
Sections. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD;
POWERS AND DUTIES; CREATION
OF RULES: The Hoard shall Bl
the power and shall be required to:
ill Adopt, amend and enforce a
cod,- of rules au l regulations, provid-
ing for the appointment and employ-
ment In all positions In the Classified
Service, based on merit efficiency,
character and Industry, as well BS
dismissals, suspensions, demotions and
resignations for eau ie Howi ver, said
rules affecting the respective rate-
got of appointments ami dismissals
shall iii.i ide oi h.iv. similar impoi:
to the provisions of Section 7 uf this
Article
Ul Adv is,- and BSslsl the '
,ml Mayor in fostering the Interest of
Institutions of learning, civic, profes-
,! and employei rgal ns in
the Improt ,-tii,m ol
aj-da In Ihe Municipal K rvtce
fj) Advise the 'oum II asM M i! '"
oncoming peraonnel nd-
I "ii.
.ii Make anv Investigation wim-n
It in. conaldei di i bl.....
"
[to
. ii ami Ma oi at h
..,, i, year, its findings, i on luslons
and ......inn. liilation-
i n) "' -
. in the Class fl' -I -
i, ,. ,- ra ;..... I. reduced
and report In writing to the I
Collie l! SI 'I M 'V or ii- fid
n.......nendationa ____.r.^
Section 6. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD
PROMOTIONS: The Board shall
provide 'oi promotion to all positions
in the Classified Service based on rec-
ords of ......It. efficiency, charai
conduct and seniority__________
Section 7. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD;
REMOVAL. SUSPENSION; REDUC-
TION OF EMPLOYEES IN CLASSI-
FIED SERVICE: -
ill NOTICE: The discharge ol a
permanent employee shall not become
,-ffe, live until the Department Direc-
tor Shall have first served the said
employee with a written Notice of
in.-charse. together with suchi ats
in detail as shall enable the said em-
ployee to explain the situation In hla
own defense A copy of said Notice
,,f Discharge together with the em-
lilovecs explanation, if any, shall be
filed with the Board. A temporary
employee who has no permanent stat-
us in'anv other classification has no
civil service rights Consequently,
such an employee may he discharged
bl tin- Department Director without
appeal tn the Civil Service "yard.
i'l GROUNDS FOR DISMISSAL,
SUSPENSION AND DEMOTIONS:
The following, are to constitute a
bras h of duty and to lie grounds foi
dismissal oi suspension fr.uui t be < Is--
sifi.-d Service grounds fm demo-
tion, though charges ma) be baeea
upon causes other than those ni..... i-
aTed Via, that any employee
,.i i has been convicted oj a crim-
inal offense, or of a misdemeanor In-
volving moral turpitude: Of
(bl has been guilty of an immoral
or criminal act. if such set is, at the
time :he chaises are preferred, in-
volved In a criminal proceeding be-
f..... the Brand Jury or the Courts,
the employee so charged may re-
ouest that the hearing be positioned
or continued with his consent until
such time as the criminal proceeding
is terminated, ami such request shall
he granted, provided, howetcr. that
said cinplovee shall execute a waiv-
er of all rights to pay during the
gald period of adjournment, and pro-
vided, further, that said employee
may hate the hearing or Investiga-
tion proceed at any time on ten 1101
ilavs notice In writing! or
(c) has willfully, woBteoly. or
through rullMible negligence, been
guilty of brutality or cruelty to an
ruinate or prisoner of a CltyJinsti-
tution or to a person In custody ; or
Id) has willfully violated any of
the provisions of the Civil Service
laiw or Rules of the Hoard: or
lei has been guiltv of conduct un-
becoming to an employee of the City
of North Miami Reach, or
(f) has violated any lawful and
reasonable official regulation or or-
der, or failed to ohey any lawful or
reasonable direction made and given
in his superior, where such viola-
i n or failure to obey- amounts to
an act of Insubordination or a ser-
ious breach of proper discipline, or
resulted, oi reasonably might he ex-
pected lo result. In the loss ,.r injury
to the Cltv or tn the I'ubll, or to
the Pnsoneis or W.rds of the City;
or
(ill has been Intoxicated on duty
or off, his conduct hi incinc repro.n h
upon the City of North Miami
I '.i ich: or
(h) has contracted a venereal di-
sease, or a physical ailment or de-
fect, which Incapacitates the em-
ployee for properly performing the
duties of the position held: or
li) has been guilty of actions which
amount to insubordination or dis-
graceful conduct, whethet commit"
ted on dut] or off: or
J) has been wantonly offensive in
conduct or laneuace toararga the
public or city ("ft'iccis or mptoyi es;
in-
fk) has solicited the vote of a mem-
ber of the citt Council f..r or against
a proposed ordinance or resolution,
ot a proposed Item ta a budget, or
an appropriation ordinance concern-
ing the employee's department,
where such solicitation is charged
and established to have been made
Where 'hall a public hearing of
the City Council or a Committee
thereof: or
,(1) is Incompetent, neeliaent, hr In-
efficient in the performance ol the
duties of the position held, or
tm) is careless or negligent of the


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H. g h I
nut
Pay .
-
Reduction
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r makini
D,0>t. in Entrance "
ml re -


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department
or order* ha* taken at

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,, all public fund.
,, to ""'" <" """"I '
,.,, ,.; ... office. I ici.ai.iii. nt
,,i ,h. i"H> (o\ernmt,
.;: all fund* coming into
l i, denosltoriM
,-,,! |,v > -dulion of
,.r. if no such r.eilu-
...i b) ihr Mayor, wib-
. m ..f law II
.....'< "' """-
Kg
hel
III-
I
th.-
lion
LICAL N
the budget
Ihei shall
or lawfuiiv
iKlun 13
'ar in
I hat.
Hil3. FrEaaL".
re. died hi am f.T T
-hilll belong lu the ?*
n laW,|>MMrlnie.,i ,.f V-,3
eion of fun ha......:****
shall l... ii,. ,
I.rrh.,,ng .\5rel
eBi.

rule* and
' M .Imi in.
chase, sum.
aha I
'll||rl
nd that
-' tl
-.-r .- from
if after empl..>"'--'
.. |, ...... hat made a fall
meat In the application r<
" haa' been ebnei I ;> *">
without '- : '
..,,; tor >rh aftei ".....
lence- has expl ed. or gfti -
leave of absence hi
.,1 or revoke I and
.. x"
. usable
ind the
In hi* or her form.
has oeel
I hi DO
head thai th< .;- r. n
nation to th. < -
---.-
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e stnl
Th. -
l he right I rei
the ( laai
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b it nlj aft< i -
ted and full hi
lo I
el
h
nf A mi
I '

- DEPARTMENT HEADS;
CIWLMIwrci STATUS
.. jgg| .-...-. I [or I
,11. r emploj ei
the forme: emplo) ee's name efficlen
.-I on tm- eligible regisl f threi
order of seniority that I efficlei
.....
it)
la antaa
am! '
r orders, rules, and
ict interfen
.....
Impairs th
-. v|
.i I
a ben ai In i ("i
fi r i-n.:>. ment
I NOTE N
111..... ... -

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thi
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If
Section 8
ll
i nd If.
the Hoard, hi
... .
CIVIL SERVICE BOARD.
Hi



i hi- 1>; rtmeni
.,;..( tin i
: ?es ai any i
loyee on any i

Appeal to Board: -'-
.
wl has I -



the i
.
iplir ii
live
1
'

mo Itfylng
: -
Mi Appeal proceedng:
I he A ppi '
irtmenl
VV '.
t the


lloard
...
i Order of Proo':
'
< filed
the Direct I.. -
So mati
nr addition to thi
II |en
!
The Order ol
] Wl
1.1 I
len
In Tl.. Appi
(luce SUi
to offel < defi m Thi
iif the Department i ffi
t:.i .-. i md
...
fi The '..:
i-.. a*ovei ned 1 ilei
the Civil .-:.
id) The t the
i : [ ti
Attorne) oi othi Counm
lanl maj il .i by
oonsel, ami the Board,
oiinsideiutii.n shall rendi
mendation In wrltlne to
Innt. an.I the Mayor
(I) Resignation before Appeal: The
ptai by a Depai tmenl head "f
the resignation of an employe,
tended, reduced in rank, or dlsn.
before final ai t oi on the par! of tl
Board shall be ronaldered a with-
drawal r.f th.- charges, and thi
jition of th.- employe) n
be recorded a resignation and th--
-dines shall be wlth-
oot i'ldgment A copv <.f th^ dl
ml charge shall remain in th- ;..
nel file of the employee and a nota-
-hall l.e made r.n !he copj ,,f t',
dismissal charge u. the eff..,-, Inat
w. withdrawn pursui
-; ; section I of An
of thif 'baiter
(7J Failure of Partiet to Appear:
If * iKjard shall hear the e
nder iiidenient thereon. If |ha
hall fan to appear,
STATUS OF PRESENT EMPLOV
EES IN CLASSIFIED SERVICE
the i
' l
lei | ikes
. .
-hed. teta.i

S--ton Q CIV'L SERVICE BOARD:
CONDITIONS FOR PAYMENT OF
SALARIES IN CLASSIFIED SERV-
'CE
-
hold liif



thi


ruh thi


Sect on -0 CIVIL SERVICE
BOIRD: POWERS OF SLBPOENA:
OATHS. PRODUCTION OF REC-
ORDS
I



S't on -' Civil. SERVICE
BOARD: PROHIBITIONS: PENAL-
TIES
theiel

I
fled Si
ens further I

S-"ion 12 CIVIL SFRVICE
BOARD: VIOLATIONS OF PROVI
SiONS: PENALTIES: T u h I ft
'
ne the i
r i .
' t, and th. rules i
Iheri
Section 13. CIVIL SERVICE
BOARD- SALARIES OF CIVIl
SERVICE BOARD AND ITS EM
PLOYEES: T sab..... ... SJ,|
...
.-. ....
sun shall In
ear t<
Mr- Act
Section 14. CIVIL SERVICE
BOARD: PENSIONS AND RETIRE
MENT PLAN: RELIEF FUND IN-
SURANCE PLAN: ACCEPTANCE OF
OR PROPERTY FOR SUCH
ADMINISTRATION OF
An i

'
I Sen
Li
I. revert I
-hull.I
... iins a sel

:
SeCtliH
ARTICLE VI
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
-.
V'TIV Wins
2 I'ircol
'
ill-ed 1
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-
I

it and delivery of 'Mty
bonds and notea for transfer. iegis-
irallon M bang*
,kl and he responsible
r, ih< pur, base, Btorage and dls-
! -II supplies, njaterlals.
and "tiler aith les used
,,; i ... Department or
, ni) \.-in:"int.
tpprove all pro|H,ed ei n-ll-
unless he -hall certify that
bered balance of
i available funds.
n -hall l>e em umber-
. \|..-minutes shall be
Section 7. work PROGRAMS:
ALLOTMENTS llet.i. th.- begin-
he head of
.in or Agency
1 "''en re-
b> him. a work program
program shall
...... ,i iHot ment* of the >i>-
... offic. Depart-
... :. i- .- "I-
rai I Ii. May CM
. allotment!
I ii,-hi ,.f ihe work
,.,.-..' oi igenc)
., u -.I
fore i pprov-
Hi
'
said
fi.t
how

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N
\. foi the
Section ALLOTMENTS CON-
STITUTE BASIS OF EXPENDl
TURES AND ARE SUBJECT TO RE-
VISION "he Ma shall fill
- 1
lag all


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II the
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dur*
v ii be

-.ill the
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appropriated
provisions
Serf ioi 1 IIPinTMENTOri
NANCE ACTIVATION


Reel n 2 r)'R = c.T,-ip of F1
NANCF: API'

Section 3 DIRECTOR OF
NANCF: QUALIFICATION',
. -
In hiidsei
Section 4 DIRECTOR OF FI.
NANCE: SALARY I |. ..
I-.ii .ii. -'
i
Section i DIRECTOR OF Fl
NANCE: SURETY BOND
' '
.n a TRA-.SF1RS OF AP-
PROPR'AT ONS
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: lla III
II,. I
I hi No

III nf this
F'-
li
' h
with su
as t|


Hah
penslo
s>i
the
,-nH
Densrtment head
and
nori
.f n;. jvldanoe be off.Wd iTSpJ
t of the charirea maife. the Board
mv ^"'1*"r J",'l*m"' default Sr
v new yhtonce offered bv the re-
."vH employee and render ludrment
S.Jrt.i'SL 5rrt SSI
the rZ v-ei*" ""artn"-"t head and
.'"K"" emidove* of Its decision
m Oisquahfication for Re.ppo,n,'.
rnont Anv employee who Is dismissed
reaama while not In good sta
MONEY
FUND
FUND:
ial, 71"', '''"" "hall estafa
fimii .., runds '.,i the relief oi
M persons In the rUsalfled
f th.- i ity: inn re, .-iv. .
" -; I-.. ..-.-of,......., ,.r,. .
| fo,- the henefli ol .... h fund ., fund,
ntrlbutlons nf ,,-,i, ...
on such lernt. and
conditions as it maj set mi ami shall
telling tor the
nd admlnls-
if such fund or funds
,'..,. ,'"''';.' ''......." have the
w i. ""'" Of insurance
with an, Insurance company author-
ted t,. transact bualneaa In the st ne
taaurlng lu employe,, or gnr daas
'w thereof ,..,- a ."di.-V,,
- of rroui. Inauran.......verlna
or such
contract
c annuities
a nee
classes of Insurance and ma
wrt i anv company eranilnc
sarv to nay premium
Cldenl t i th
p..ll
neces-
or charge* in-
nt;arrvlng on of ,Uch
/ V eg.* """< ".
or pension of
Section 6 DIRECTOR
NANCE: POWERS AND
The I ill. ,,, ,,( I ,, i ,
and shall i.
la) Compile the
* 1.1 i -.
-
OF FI.
DUTIES:
hall have

letion 10 ACCOUNTING SUPER.
VISION AND CONTROL
I


ii-.-d
I ,,. ., i.d
I
I ran-
intents
nl In-
i tuning
I Hi,, in..me.
1 -I allotted
.hel Ihl .-LI,-

.- nd
pay-
pa) -
p.,-. mate, ul- ^"^
Iulrrd b> an\ iiffi SJ"
gen, \ of Ih. i n ,;,'-
I'lirc-hMaing Agi li< iMl| ,,. ,
er and shall h.- i ,,, u
(a Kstablisn ..',, ;'>
cation, with ,. erttoT1"
teiials and e<|ui|.inegt
the City Oovei mi en|
(b Insiiect ., s.,,rvto ,
S|Hetlon Of all de|n,t
pllea, matetial- ,UIB '
determine then .|ualHr
and conform..:. with'
Irons
(,) Have rhargi r.f swat
st-.rer-xinis and sareaoask]
Council mav
(d) Tiansf. I,, ,,, |_,
flora. I>epaM'i i ,,r
sell suiplus. obsolete or i
piles, nmt*ri.,i and errji.
Section 15. COMPETiTlviTi
DINO: Kefoie m. rilv jJ'
Agent makes anv iur,haat*r|
tract for aupplle-. maurkdji
ment. he shall gl\< ample m
foi conl|eetltlVe l-:0ilina. far g
one Hundred :- fii i*,*
such rules and reguktUaM, |
such rai-eptioi.- (kg Qg|
Kreacrlbe by nrd ti uan
owever. then thi I'ouncil I
ggogfefl Indnii! i ntrgctaj
or snleg from th. -TJUftr^atl
etltlve bidding
action It. CONTRACTll
IMPROVEMENTS Anv r
pr .vetnent coatina more (
thousand <$!.'"
ited by t ttai
such Impmvein. is a0g
the Courerll lo he eiareM
by a City IV|m nneal ma
w ith detailed plan-
estimates. All -
than one thottsal .I' **
shall tie award..! -he low
sil.le bidder aft-r -uch nk
and competition > nag Ml
l.v ordinance, i-i-wded the
shall have the powi ndagj
and adveitl-. agaii Altetiti
anv contra. It >* *
auth.erlaed I" Ihi
w rit'en i.
M'iection 17. ACCOUNtlNS
TFtOL OF PURCHASES: A3
es made and i
the purcliaslna
ant to a w
load of the IHI
Keni v whose si
, harged. and no
ahaB he tewued '
.ml until , rtlfles that th- i.
-mil Office. !
., sufficient um
t...ii Winnie to
materlsls. |U
.ervlces for W
der Is to be !- .,_.,..
Section IS. NO CONTRAC
CUTEO UNTIL BOND 0
EFFECTIVE: N
. \. ni. '
inipi
I bv III.
. i i >r In.
"f u.-h i
gl I
- i.i i
ni court "I I ,IW-y
Section 1. EMIRCEN.T
PFtlATIONS: l
budget
th It*
mil
than a regulsr
mellir b
and wel'a
lion -ii-ii '
by the ta'-
four-flflhw (1
' n
.,,...11 -
I he total
ipurot>rUI......
. ,i sttaU ti"t
Mill U'. I
iuo|ii -intioii- ii
thai veai ___oOVyiNOTO
gfeftvwW"sr
In the al.-i ^
.ivaliable reven Ii '
approfarhitlon* uid. iv^
f Section l. tl
resolution. ... notes, each f ">''"..,,, i
nated Kmerg.
lK-isirtaaj|

. -i tract
,nv venatfl
Ii in thet

i|UtsltM"<
. n-ll
,- in
I tit
the
. roll, .,,i
demand*.
I,
the Budge) f. .
i.lv .e of the
.......ne the
n.s-
I I.....i.aiges
.nf
n anv
f the
'".oi ... uh-
s-l't In his
Sectie-
.-
show Ih
'lie appropriation, and
cumbered batanc
'' rei eii.i
am.unit ,,f
unen-
each recelvln. a ST 2L........
" 'nv b.v-, ':,"'";
deem Expedient """"iim
ints ,nd diLJ^temenl of
, "" detail i Cr,;.""^"'" r
a.
-
-nil.
thi. g,
1st
f a
n theree-f
-,,hJ" ""'Ion .Kan he
demean. ,i and nmn
hall .es.e to hold
molovmenl Noihine I-
|te*d hw,i mhtt
- finance*
"I lea- ,? ''" '"l"n of reMnew
'" >.ar In whl-s
,,,r,.. made uv._________..
LAMV AvVlafr, *rPJL.^'*T.ON.

J'Mi,
Shan ?! VtA"= All
nail |.ip %hr rnd of
l- renewed fi
all such n
an) renewals t

fl-i
vvhetll"^
i ear.
aiithon
iv the
f the fli
stall
.. Us aWJ.
fisi-al >er next ''.'' rmttti*M
.,T m whi. ; Ih. *"
Section 21. H"SoPtnr<
TICIPATION OF pRO,7lnU
Et: In anv bo-lg-' Ih, f
lion of the ""' Hh.iher *
tax for auch >ear.
to \tt levied in -
may. by ves-.l-H
...wing of inn- i I
negoilablen.de. .-Vital
which shall ''k,h. T
filiation Wotaa '; ,n' L
(staling the budge< ,,(
may he taaued fo- .' *r'
Ing one year and nW ,
from tune t. '"' i,i to.
exceeding one >ear. "' ^
renewals shall "''',,,be I
not Uter than th. "'bll#tl
cal year aft. ..... ,M
which the 5|hl "55 sf
,,. ,, 1-n.ed The ***
anticipation notes ,,
any budget 'llw ,
per centum I ^. u
the property 1J* ';,'%
property tax
f..r Citv nurpete-
antirlpntfon *"'?' "'^H *.
i ear. the gagouwl '. h, set
ding fls.-al >' ,,jv
J&
suei-eedlng
.ear ,
eat?
twenty per amount orlglnain
a m.Mint renewed m
>r aui-reardliig ""
not ex.ee* fur.'^
the amount oiiglnsi
oaatlow l-
TICIPATION Of
NUUt In any hudg ^
laMlon of the. coP'-'*'" a^
other revenue galiwl
the Council "> *. of **,
thorlae the hor T,, gw
Issuance of .#>'w' "^
e*


LNUARY 15. 1954
i
,AL NOTICE
Iwhich shall be deslgnat-
[Itcvcnue Note for the
stating the budget year).
toy be renewed from time
fall such notes, together
Irwals. shall mature and
ltrr than the end of the
after the budget year In
Iriglnal notea ahall have
NOTES REDEEMABLE
MATUHITV: No note*
ide iwyable on demand,
|e may be made subject
prior to maturity on
mil Ht such time an may
ih' note.
SALE OF NOTES: RE-
fsALE: All notes issued
this Article may be sold
than par and accrue |Vat sale, without prevl-
inn-nt by the Director of
, PAYMENT OF NOTES:
|nl obligation of the City
and all notea hereafter
. pursuant to thla Article
limited and the City ahall
rem taxes on all the tax-
withln the City for the
Mich notes and Interest
,ut limitation of rate or
. faith and credit of the
pledged for the payment
kpgj .if and Interest on all
, Citv hereafter Issued
tills Article, whether or
jilu.' lie stated In the notea.
[article VII
'j, ZONING. HOUSINO.
CLEARANCE AND
IGHTED AREAS
I'lanntng Commission;
Organisation
Manning Commission:
|Yrm of Office; Vacancies
[Manning Commission;
..Towers and Duties
[Director of Planning
I vindication for Resoning
fanning Board of Appeals
I h< Master Plan
{Adoption of the Master
ll.cg'al effect of the Master
*JewHtnvrMiairi
PAGE 7C
LEOAL NOTICE
LEOAL NOTICE
mi
Of Subdivision
siting
ntroi
[llegnlalinns governing
Subdivision of land
{Tentative approval of
I Lines of mapped Streets
1 "' M"l' .....
[Modification of official
Puddings on Map|ed
Hit reels
' }|i ri inn on buildings on
M.ii.in.i streets
Illegal effect of o" W
|M..|.
Stoning iidlnanre*
] |v.m ... s of Council In Slum
'learanee ami Rehablllla-
Iti.'ii "f llliKhled Areas
1 Plans 'or Slum I I. -I'm in
fHllght- i Al Ml
I Housing
lli.ii- ng Authority
val f l'l.uming
.ommlssli ii
nwi i ..f Council In Re-
Manning and I m v.-iopment
m ni Ighborti.....i- .in ,
uol h.....I Hi-planning
run,i Redevelopment
l 'i-.i--. \- egg
..!::. for Adoption of
Plans by Council
H PLANNING COMMIS-
iANIZATlON: There shall
l.innliiR Commission which
i ..f fi\.- i ,i in. miIk-is who
, nti i i \ the Council.
in shall hold any other
tlon in the Cltj
shall ser\i -is ex offielo
rin mimlaalon The i 'om-
Its ('hall in.ui from
a|>|H.lntlve memlx i
2 PLANNING COMMIS-
|RM OF OFFICE; VACAN
n of the appointive
ill be fi\ \ i-.us, exi epl
five member! first ep-
sh.ill i- appointed '"
- ..t. one for two ) oara,
and mm For four
.inline the unex-
n appointive member
f: bj the Council foi the
the term.
3. PLANNING COMMIS
WERS AND DUTIES: The
sh .11 have |Miwi-r and
i to;
111 Int. extend an.l .nil!
Plan for the phj sll .il
it of I In- City as defined
; and x of this Article.
in i ..I ..\ .-r puitting
ling land within the Cltl
the i ouncll an Off I -
p of ih,. city an.l rcooin-
ilisapprove proposed chang-
li Ii map.
mi.I adopt as provided
ii It of this Article a son-
.ii.l i .-.iiiinien.l or disap-
|Msed changes in sui-h plan.
ii.I adopt as In Sections
-I of this Article plans for
d rebuilding of slum
and blighted anas within
pbmli annually to the City
i"t less than SO daya pi lot
beginning of the budget year.
f "'innelliled capital llll-
Whlctl, in the opinion of
iniinsBK.n are necessary or
le to Ik- constructed during
rthcoming six-year period
-' shall be arranged In older
erence, with reeommenilatliWis
which projects shall be con-
I In which year.
"niotp puhllc Interest In an
.indlng of the Master 1'lan
i-lannlng. toning and slum
-1 not less than once each
and keep a public record of
?""iiinns, findings and deter-
"11*
['"MMIKSION BHALL HAVK
U'MV/BR TO:
quire Information which
furnished within a reaeon-
'<>'< from other Departments
City Government In relation
work.
'I'll in Its budget approprla-
contract with City Planners
ther consultants for such serv-
lt may require
quest additional aaalatance
clal survey work of the Coun-
may at Its discretion assign
Commission Members, of the
of any Administrative De-
'nt. <>r direct such Depart-
to make special studies re-
"o by the Commission.
the performance of Its func-
. enter upon any land and make
limit inn and surveys and place
'-'tntaln necessary monuments
|Vr thereon
and adopt plans for the
! planning, Improvement and rede-
Mi-.pnieln of neighborly
ii) .Make anil uaopt plain, for the
.-planning, re onsti union or rede-
velopment of any area or district
which may be oestroyed In what!
or In part or seriously damaged by
lire, e.n uiiiuak,-, floou or other dls-
a,*;'*'0",.,4- DIRECTOR OF PLAN-
NINQ: l here shall be created an of-
fice entitled "Director of Planning"
auch Director to lie appointed bv tne
Mayor with the approval of the City
Council, and which DtrecUl -hall be
qualified by special training and ex-
perience in the field of city planning
Me shall bo the tegular technical au-
vlser of said City Council, may also
be designated as its Executive Were-
tary and snail have such other author-
ity, duties and responsibilities, under
the direction and control of the Coun-
cil, as It may require and establish.
Section 5. APPLICATION FOR RE-
ZONINO: Application for re-ioning
ahall be made In writing to the I'lan-
ning Hoard and City Council. Before
action shall l>,. taken by either the
J'lanuing Hoard "and Council, there
shall be a public hearing. All property
own. is of record III the vicinity of
the property to be re-zoned, and all
property owners affected In the xonlng
change, shall be notified in writing
of such hearing, at least ten (10) days
prior thereto by rcgistin.i mail, the
latter provision at the discretion of
the City Council.
Sectien ZONING BOARD OF
APPEALS: There shall be a soiling
Board of Appeals, which shall con-
sist of the City Council, duly com-
missioned as such. Meetings of the
Hoard shall be held on the second
Tuesday of each month, and at such
other times as such Hoard may deter-
mine. All meetings Of the Hoard shall
be open to the public. The Board
shall keep minutes of its proceedings.
showing the vote of each member,
U|>on every question, or if absent, or
if failing to vote Indicating nuch fact,
and shall keep records of Its exam-
inations and other official actions.
Kverv order, requirement, decision or
determination of the Hoard shall Im-
mediately be filed In the office of the
City Clerk, and shall be a public
record. The Hoard shall have |sswer
to hear and determine appeals from
refusal of building permits and to per-
mit exceptions to or variations from
the aiming regulations in classes or
cases or situations and lu accordance
with the principals, conditions and
procedure specified In the Ordinance.
Section 7. THE MASTER PLAN:
The Master I'lan for the physical de-
velopment of the City. w'th the ac-
companylng maps, plats, charts, des-
criptive and explanatory matter, shall
show the Hoard's Kccomiilfiid.t' MM
for the development of Cl territory
and in.n include, among other things:
(a) The general Ua-atlon. charac-
ter and extent Of stieets, bridges,
parks, waterways and other public
rays, grounds and spaces
iii> Tin- General location of public
i.ml.lings and other public property.
() The general location and extent
of public utilities whether publlcl)
or privately owned,
id) The removal, relocation, widen-
ing, exteaalon, narrowing, vacating,
abandonment, or change of use of
such existing or future public Ways,
(rounds, space--, buildings, property
or utilities. ,
l, l The general extent and loca-
tion of public housing propeoui ami
slum-clearance projects ___
Section 8. ADOPTION OF THE
MASTER PLAN: The Hoard may
adoul the Master Plan as a whole P)
a single resolution, or may, b) sue-
..Union- a.lopt successive
r me I"..-". said p..i'- corn -
n......Una lo major geographli .1 sej -
lions "1 the Cltj oi lo functional di-
, Islona of the subject matter of
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
for spaces for traffic, utilities, i .cre-
ation, light and gir. and for the avoid-
ance ol congestion of population. Such
regulations may Include requirements
as to ine extent to which and tne
manner in which streets and other
ways shall he graded and Improved,
and water, sewer and other utility
mains, piping, connections or other
facilities shall be Installed as a Con-
dition precedent to the approval of a
subdivision.
Section 12 TENTATIVE APPROV.
AL OF PLATS: The regulations or
practice of the Hoard may provide for
a tentative approval of the plat previ-
ous to such Improvement! and Instal-
lations; but any such tentative ap-
proval shall not be entered on the
flat. In lieu of the completion of
such work previous to the final ap-
proval of a plat, the Board may ac-
cept a Isuid, in an amount and uh
surety satisfactory to the City Coun-
cil, providing and .-ccning the Citv
for the actual construction and Instal-
lation of such improvements and utili-
ties within a period specified by the
City Council and expressed In the
bond.
Section 13. LINES OF MAPPED
STREETS: After it shall have adopt-
ed a major thoroughfare plan of the
territory ol the City or of any section
thereof, the Planning Hoard shall have
the power to make or cause to be
made, from time to time, surve>s for
the exact loc.ition of the lines of new,
extended r wid.,iii-d .-ti. .-1- In any
portion of such planned territory,
and to make and certify to the Coun-
cil plats of the areas surveyed, on
whnh an- Indicated the location nf
the lines recommended by the Board
as the planned or mapped lines of
future streets, street extensions or
treat widening, together with the
Hoard's estimate of the time period
within which the land shown on the
plat or street locations should be ac-
quired for street purposes. The Coun-
U may, by ordinance, adopt such
plat, In accordance with the pro-
cedure prescribed In this charter.
provided that notice of the time and
place, when anil where It will be con-
sidered for final passage shall be sent
by mall to the record owners of land
on or abutting which the future
street lines designated on the plat
are located. Any modification of such
plat shall. Iwforc passage lie submit-
ted to the planning Hoard and wheth-
er approved by it. or .if disapproved,
be approved by a favorable vote of the
City Council. The adoption of a plat
shall not, in and of Itself, constitute
or be deemed to constitute the open-
ing or establishment of any street or
lh>- taking or acceptance of any land
for street purposes.
Section 14. OFFICIAL MAP: The
Council, by ordinance, establish an
Official Map of the City, on which
shall be shown and Indicated:
(,u All public streets existing and
established bv law at the time of
the establishment of the Official
Map
lb) All planned streets or street
lines ,s located on plats adopted
by council in accordance with the
provisions of Section H! of "il>
Article at the time of the establish-
ment of the map. -
ir| All streets or street line- ..-
located on final or recorded plats of
subdivisions approved by the plan-
ning commission at the time ol the
establishment of the Map. The plac-
ing of street line* upon the official
Map shall not, in and of itself, con-
stitute or be deemed t" constitute
th. opening "i establishment ol am
street nor the taking or acceptance
of any land for street purposes
nil Place, in 'he name manner, the
lot ili.n "f existing or planned parks
or other public open spaces at the
the establishment of
loiit a
i-i,i or
extern..... therei f oi addition tlicie-
(., The adoption ( the Plan, or ii
any such part, ainendi...-nt .-1";1"-";"
, addition, shall be bj t.-oliiu.m .. i-
,..! Si the affirm Hive gf not
Lass lhan a maJorit) of Ike w;
,,, before the idol......i ol the Plan or
siu such part, amendment, extension
,., addition, the Hoard shall hold at
.,,.. public hearing on the pro-
,,-,,l action An attested coin of the
II.... .', pail 'Hereof shall l.c ce, tided
''seet'ten'T "lEGAL EFFECT OF
master plan. No street, park, or
other public way, mound ... spa..
public building or i
public utility
bet her
and
publicly
,'., authoilxed In the Ity jarish-l
any real property be ;',"'',"":''> "
of
the
City until and unless the location ami
extent thereof shall have been submit.
,,-d to and approved b) *J**"V
provided that, M ease "' d^nnrwmi.
d shall communicate it" wa-
-.;'rthe Council, which -hall have
Sl|power t overrule such disapprov-
al, and, upon such
.verruling, the
Rune 'or The a,;,,opr,a,e .,,.-... .;-
Ksrs profflyA *rfi
constitute four out of five .....mberi
.? the Cou. ii. The widening. "WB
ng. relocation, vacating, or chatge In
the use of any street or other publ '
irVor ground or sale of any;jmbllc
building or real property, .shall be
similar submission and ap-
fallure to approve may
rruled by the Council
sublet to
roval, and
Hoard shall be the Platting ''""'".&
the Citv and, as such, shall nave tne
the ">. ""- ..inning or subdivision
aS&-*OKs ssra
nm'n\: REGULATIONS, GOV-
aiSv^iKK^
time
.Map
Section 15. MODIFICATION OF
official MAP: Thereafter, all
street locations on final or recorded
plats or subdivisions approved by the
Planning Hoard in accordance with
the provisions of Sections ID. 11. and
i^ of tins Article, shall be deemed
additions to or modifications of the
official -Map and shall be placed
thereon The Council may, by Ordi-
nance, make, from time to time, other
additions to, or modifications of, un-
official Map by placing thereon the
location of the proposed streets, street
extensions, widening*, nairOWlngB or
yacatlngs, In accordance with'the pro-
r-edure prescribed In this Charter, pro-.
Vlded, that notice of the tltne and
place when and where such ndditlons
or modifications will be considered ful-
fil,al passage shall be sent" by mall
t,, the record owners of the lands on
or abutting which said mapispd streets
or street lines or street vacating* are
located. Any such promised addition
to or modification ot the Official Map
shall be referred to the Planning
Board for Its approval, but If the
I'lanning Hoard disapprove or fall to
act within thirtv (30) days, the (.oun-
cll bv a four-fifths (:.) vote of Its
members, may overrule such disap-
proval.
Section 16. BUILDINGS IN MAP.
PED STREETS: The Council shall
provide bv general ordinance that no
permit shall be Issued for any build-
ing ot structure or any part thereof
on anv land located between the map-
ped lines of a street as shown on the
official Map. Any such ordinance
shall provide that the Zoning Board
of Appeals shall have the power, upon
an appeal filed with it by the owner
of such land, to grant a permit for a
huilding or structure or part thereof.
In anv such mapped street locations
anv case In which such Board finds,
iii-'ii the evidence and arguments pre-
sented to It upon such appeal:
(a> That the entire property of the
appellant, of which such mapped
street I..cation forms a part, can-
not vleld a reasonable return to the
owner unless such permit be grant-
ib) That, balancing the Interest of
the Citv In preserving the Integrity
of the Official Map. and the Inter-
et of the owner of the property in
the use and the benefits of his prop-
ertv. the grant of such permit Is
reoulred by consideration of reason-
able Justice snd enultv.
Sectien 17. HEARINGS ON BUILD-
INGS IN MAPPED STREETS: Be-
fore taking anv action, the Hoard
of Appeals shall hold a hearing at
which the parties In Interest shall
have an opportunity to l>e heard. At
least ten (10) days notice of the time
and place ot such hearing shall be
given to the appellant by mall at the
address snecified by the appellant In
his aopeal petition. In the event that
the Hoard of Appeals grants a build-
ing permit in any such anneal, it shall
have the power to specify the exact
lncntlon. extent, ground, area, height,
duration snd other details and con-
ditions to govern the building, struc-
ture or part thereof for which the
permit Is granted.
Section 18. LEGAL EFFECT OF
OFFICIAL MAP: After the establish-
ment of the ofiiii.il Map, the Council
shall pun Ide by ordinance that no
public water or sewer connection or
other public utility or improvement
shall be constructed in, or any water,
drainage, light or other public service
rendered to, or along any street, until
and unless such street shall have been
duly placed on the official Map In
accordance with the authority and
procedure set forth In Sections 14 and
15 of this Article. The Council shall
also provide the general ordinance
that nojiermlt for the erection of any
building shall be Issued unless a street
giving access to such proponed struc-
ture is shown on the official Map:
provided, however, that such ordi-
nance shall contain provision whereby
the applicant for such building |>er-
mit may appeal to the Zoning P.oaid
of Appeals or to the special Board of
Appeals referred to In this Article,
the hearing upon which appeal and
noti a of which hearing shall be held
and given as piovhl.-d in Section IT
of this Article, and such Hoard may
be granted the authority to Issue a
permit, subject to such conditions as
the Board may Impose, where the
circumstances of the case do not re-
quire tbe proposed building to be re-
lated to axlstlng mapped or planned
streets, and where tile permit would
not tend to dislocate or increase the
difficulty of carrying out the Official
Map or Master Plan. The word
street" or streets" In this Article
shall be deemed to include streets,
boulevards, avenues, alleys, lanes and
other ways.
Section it. ZONING ORDINANCES:
For the purpose of promoting the
health, safety, morals or general wel-
fare of the City, the Council, by ordi-
nance, regulate the location, height,
hulk snd slxe of buildings and other
structures, the size of yard, courts.
and other open spaces, the density of
population anil Ihe uses of buildings,
structures, and land for trade. Indus-
try, business, residence or other pur-
poses. Such ordinances may provide
that the Zoning Hoard of Appeals may.
in appropriate cases and subject to
appropriate principles, standards, rules
conditions and safeguards set forth
in the Ordinance, make special excep-
tions to the terms of the gonlng regu-
lations In harmony with then aeneral
purpose and intent. Such ordinances
may provide that the xonlng Board of
Appeals may authorize variances from
the sit11.1 application of the regula-
tions. In such situations and subject
to such limitations as may be set
forth in the ordinance.
Section 20. POWERS OF COUNCIL
IN SLUM CLEARANCE AND REHA-
BILITATION OF BLIGHTED AR-
EAS: The Council may adopt, modify
and carry out plans proposed by the
I';.i 111.: in: I log i d for learanee of slum
districts and rehabilitation of blurhted
areas within the City and, for the ac-
complishment of this purpose, may
ecoulre b) purchase or condemnation
all privatelv Owned land, buildings
and other real property interests with-
in the District; maj establish, locate,
relocate, build and Improve the streets
and other public open spaces provided
for In the Plan, in.iv maintain, oper-
ate, base oi sell -aid biddings or any
..f them; mi) sell the land, or anv
part thereof, designated for buildings
and private open spaces upon such
terms and conditions and subject to
such restrictions as to building uses
and open spaces a- win substantially
carry out and affect the Plan.
Section 21. PLANS FOR SLUM
CLEARANCE: Any plan for slum
clearance shall include the defining ol
the bound..i lea of tne district
mended to be cleared, ,h'' proposed
location of u.-w or relocation ol as st-
ing streets and Other puhllc open
spaces within the area, the Ii
an.l general type, character, bulk,
height and uas of the new buildings
,,, |. ,, t.-d or permitted IthlB 'he
cleared area, .md the location of pri-
vate open spa.es proposed as pan ol
the plan, rtor the reduction of de-
linquency ami vice, the promotion of
public health, the promotion ..f K.....I
housing, the preservation of the eco-
nomic itrengtB ..f land and propertj
within the City and the devetopmenl
of ihe territory of 'be Cltj In ai.......I-
aii.e with k.....I planiiiug, the cleai
an..- of slums and the exercise of the
powers granted to the council in con-
nection therewith in Section M of this
Article are hereby declared to be i
public purpose gad a public use.
Section 22. BLIGHTED AREAS:
Any plan for rehabilitation of blight-
ed areas within the city shall Include
the defining of the location and boun-
daries of the area recommended to be
rehabilitated, the location of new or
the relocation of existing streets and
other public open spaces within the
area, the location and geneiai type.
. h.ir.i, i. i, bulk, height snd use of the
new buildings to lie erected or per-
mitted within the rehabilitated area,
the .....onilitioning of old buildings t"
be i.. ondltloned. and the location of
private open spaces proposed as a part
of the Plan.
A blighted area Is defined as an
area In which, owing to the obsoles-
cent condition and character of the
buildings therein, the existing division
or arrangement of lots and ownerships
and street and other open spaces,
the mixed character and usea of the
buildings, or other factors and causes,
values have depreciated with conse-
quent decline or stagnation of devel-
opment and damage and kiss t.. com-
munity prosperity and taxable values,
and where a restoration of the
mimic vigor of the area and its attain-
able contribution to the economic
strength and prosperity of the com-
munltr ma> require a replannlug of
the srea, and. for the acs.iiiplishment
of such replannlug, a concentration
or redistribution of the ownership or
developmental control Is requisite, for
the promotion of public convenience
and prosperity and for the preserva-
tion of the economic strength and
vitality of land and property Tn the
area and of the area's contribution
to the economic strength of the City
In accordance with good planning, the
rehabilitation of blighted areas and
the exercise of the powers granted to
the Council in connection therewith in
Section 10 of this Article are hereby
declared to be a public purpose and
a public use.
Sectien 23. HOUSING: The Council
may provide, by ordinance for safe
and sanitary housing accommodations
for families of low Income and for
such pui pose may prepare plans for
housing projects, authorize the con-
struction, reconstruction, alteration or
repair of any housing project or part
thereof snd maintain any housing con-
structed or acquired by the Citv All
property, both real and personal, ac-
quired, owned, i.as.d. ranted or open-
ated for housing projects shall i
deemed public properly for public us.
and the providing of safe and aanitai
housing to families of low Income
hereby declared to be a public use an I
a public purpose.
Section 24. HOUSING AUTHORITY:
Tbe council may create n IfoUsin
Authority-of such- number, termn un
compensation of members m th
Council may determine and may dele
gate to the Housing Authority sue
powers relating to planning, consli u, -
tlon. reconstruction, alteration, aocon -
moduli..us U ll>e Council may deter-
mine.
Section APPROVAL OF PLAN-
NING COMMISSION: No i en I |.ro|-
ertj or Interest shall be acquired fi
or contracted tor housing or for an.
housing project or any part there.i
and no housing or housing pioj.
shall be constructed or the construe -
tlon thereof contracted for, until and
unless the location and extent of such
housing* or housing project be sub-
mitted to the Planning Ci.mmsXHion
and approved by such Commission,
provided, however, if disapproved lo
such Commlaslon, the Council, by
majorit) vote of its members shell
have |ow-er to overrule sui h disap-
'"section 2 POWERS OF COUNCIL
IN REPLANNING AND REDEVEL-
OPMENT OF NEIGHBORHOODS
AND DISASTER AREAS: The Coun-
cil shall have the power to adopt, mod-
ify, and cany out plans proposed by
the Planning Commission for the rt-
plalining. Improvement and redevelop-
ment of neighborhoods and for UM
replannlug, reconstruction or redevel-
opment of any area or district whlcH
may have been destroy ed In whole or
ill part by disaster.
Section 27. NEIGHBORHOOD RE-
PLANNING AND REDEVELOP-
MENT: Any plan drafted by the Plan-
ning Commission for the replannln--.
Improvement and redevelopment of a
ncighborhisid. shall define the lor
tlon and boundaries of the neighbor-
hood, and may Include the location of
new ,,r the vacating, extension, wid-
ening, narrowing or relocation of ex-
isting streets or other public open-
spaces, the reconditioning of old build-
ings, the locution and extent and re-
location of parks, playgrounds and
other public recrentlonal facilities,
neighborhood planning and landscap-
ing. location of utilities, building r-
strictions. zoning amendments and an)
other tvpe of chance and Improvement.
of neighborhoods and the I sen lee 'f
the powers granted In connection
therewith in section 2 of this Article
are hereby declared to be a pub!
purpose and a public use.
Section 28. DISASTER AREAS: Ala
plan drafted by the Planning Col
mission for the replanning, recon-
struction or redevelopment of any
area destroyed in whole ..r In pan. oi
serlousl) damaged by fire, earthquake,
flood ... othet disaster which is sub
j.-ct to floods, shall in. lude the defl
inn ..f the location and boundaries of
the area or district recommended to
b.< replanned, reconstructed or re-
developed and ma) provide foi the
location of n.w or the relocation, ex-
tens,......i vacating of existing stieets
or other public open spaces, the U> -
tlon and general lype, i b.iract. i h
height, and use ol the new h
,,, be :,-. ted oi pi : n Itted within
the i econdll.....Ing of old b ill
ing, in be reconditioned, ths I.....Mon,
relocation and extent of parks, ii
ground.- and other publli recreational
facilities, the location of utilities, at I
the building real and z..
regulations and an) other type "f p
vision relating to the layout "i
rebuilding, reconstruction "i redevolp-
inent of the area or district The re-
planning, rebuild a-- i onatt ui !'"
redet olpmi nl oi an) iui i> area or !
tint and the Mel .i-e of the I1""
granted In connection therewith In
n it "f this Artlck ire hen
declared '.. l- a public purpose ">' '
public use.
Section 29. PROCEDURE FOR
ADOPTION OF PLANS BY COUN-
CIL: L'pon receipt by the Council of
anv plan for slum clearance, rehabili-
tation of blighted areas, housli
neighborhood r. planning and i !.
opmi nt or disaster planning,
i-.. mill mas adopt such plan, In ac-
cordance with the pi.....dure pt.--. ribed
in this Chai ter,' pi.'\ id. .1 that no!
of the time and pla.e when and Where
the plan will be considered for final
passage -hail be aent by mail to the
record owners of the lands and build-
ings included within the planned di--
trlct. Any modification of such plan
shall before passage be submitted
the planning Commlaslon, but if d
approved, the Council may n
so. h disapproval b) a majorit] t
of Its members.
ARTICLE VIII
NOMINATIONS AND ELECTIONS
Section 1. Municipal Klectlons
2. tjuallfie.l Electors
a. DistrictsElection of
i 'ouncil
t. Regulations of Elections
o. Nominations .
6. Preparation for C-n
Count
Klectlon Polls
.lie. king the Returns
Voting Machines
Public Supervision and In-
formation
\... ancles in Elective
Offices
II. Absentee Voting
Section 1. MUNICIPAL ELEC-
TIONS: All City Councilmeii who now
hold office by virtue of an elect "ii
duly held under and pursuant to th
laws of the State of Florida and ordi-
nances of the City of North Miami
Beach, from and after the date .-n
which this Charter shall become law,
shall be. and sre hereby deemed to be-
Councilmen-at-large.
The Mayor who now holds office l>y
virtue of an election duly held under
and pursuant to the Uwa of the Slato
of Kan-Ida and Ordinances of lha
City of North Miami Heach. shall.
from and after the date on which this
Charter shall become law, continue :.?
hold such office and serve as such
Mayor up to and including April 30,
1956.
The first regular election, under
this Charter, for the choice of Mayor,
City Clerk, Tsx Assessor-Collector,
and for all members of the City Coun-
cil, shall be held on the first Tues.lav
of April, 15. foi- a term as provided!
in Section 1. Article II of this Char-
ter; provided, however, the reaped.v*
terms of Mayor, City Clerk. Tax As-
sessor-Collector and Counuilmen fiomt
Districts 2 and 4 shall be for four
year periods expiring on April 30, l0:
and provided, further thht the tei n i
of Councllmen from Oiatiieta 1. 3 and
.'.. shall be for a period of two yeSrsj
and shall expire on April 4, IS&S. d
provided, that thereafter, all sul -c-
7.
S.
t.
H).
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LEGAL NOTICE
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PUBLIC SUPERVIolON
.FORMATION \i > Ii ilc. -
regular!)
h.....i entitjaa
LEGAL
NOTxtl
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the
of the I
shall be deem.

Section .
OF COLNCILMEN
....
i X Till
i.i the
the Cltj
the Cltj N >rtn M
v.,i.i f Xorl "
m
boundai
.
DISTRICT t:
Begll
Sccliol IhiUI

..... witnin me cemrm
. in l tn Inspect nil nr-
'"'* ...I with-ut tnterfer-
-
r nt the
who "hail be
II I II view
,-onl ilnen nn.l
i tlniM
....... ........i

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s


M
rt
'
-
N' t of t he XI
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South. 201.29 feel
ih. ii W sterlj
feet Soul f the Soul
N if the XE'i of th. su',
xi-: .-
ii.. r\ I
i.i I thei
\..--. tf-Wa
if the
. M the SW : the .- .
the NE'i if Recife
East. iteel
Ka-t lin* of the W i '.'.
th* i: dI be. ( ..'-i:
Bo itherly alone -.i d
Booth H ..f the N\\ ', of I hi NW
of the >i::, of S, : i-
Westei... aloi % aid Ho ah lint
In* West line of th. .
lt-52-42: thence Xorl In
V.--' 'o.. .*, t n
I the East Right-of-Wa) line of the
i .........
So Itl < Kaai
Right-of-Way line tn ih. Interne,
tlon of th. proje. I on ol ih.- North
I ne of Lot '. Bli eh :.
Boulevard Sul.l < the plat thereof, re.....led In
book to. pace i < th. pubtii
orda of I lade 'ounty, FToi
i -'i: dona aald pi and
the North linr of l...i Stock I,
..-. reoaid nibdli .-.c.n. to the Weal
Rhrht-of-Way line of Federal High.
J No l: thence .iiths i
along said Right-of-Wa) to i),9.
South Hue ..r l-.t 4. In.,, k 1 afore-
said subdivision; thence Westerl)
along aald Boutta line of lot i. and
th* projection thereof to Intersec-
tion with the Bast Rifht-of-waj line
.[ th.- Florida Bast Coasl Rattroad
then.e Southwesterly along
Right-of-way to Intersection ..i the
projectlon of the North line of Lot i
Block I. aforeaaJd subdivision
thence Kasterly along said projec-I
t on an.I the North line of Lot 1 to
the West Rlght-of-Wav linn of Pled.-
erat Highway No |; thence South-
westerly along th* Weal line of
f-nd right-of-way tn th* Routh lin*
of fait i. Block I, ,. ibdlvl-
(hence Westerl) along th*
south line of Lot I, Block :' afore-
said subdivision to the Went line
or W| Iti.H-k I, aforesaid subdivi-
sion therr-e Southwesterly along
the Vte-i Hn of |...t, i a,| j ,.,,,.k
.. aforesaid subdtvlelor- to the
North line of Lot 4. Bl.s-k L'
Mid subdivision: thence Easterly
along the North lin.- nf !..,; | ,,,
^"L "'Kht-nf-way line of Ked-
r.i Hiehivav No l thence South-
westerly ..lone said West rU>ht-i>f-
way fine to the South line of Lot ;
Stock 1 aforesaid subdivision!
thence Westerly alone -aid Routh
line to the West line ..f \x -, ;
v..h^'r"-'"t! "Mvlslon: I
Ji,I i"'",1; '''-'*' iuhdlvi-
'. '"'!'.', -N""" III.....' th, H
of the NEW of the NW^ of Sec.
i NWS ..f Section 2I-S2-42 thence
fVntej of Bectlon l-sj-42: thence
Sfe line of the
,.''. -" -52- to the
.", v N" I thn.e Snnthwai
.,!
. i -,' f"'' measured N
l < '-av
-'' "i I" il of R i- u
nU?"{h 'to to the
Of Section U.-M.1J; lh[,^ w,s*r]y
\
- i
T ONS:

|H rut
wh.'ii
mill .il i.sl-
.....ntalnen
. rtg .it tio-
.i.i
foi |>. : -
.....I
at.....n -
iff. .i> .i
.nt ami
'
:.. .
f the
|
......f til.-
b) the i
on II VACANCIES
Hmen.lm.-M < thi.
Ml of
aoucht.
'" *'"" I r. r il_
shall Ihei,
and slsn.i .,. "J
elect.mh maklnit uk -
SSakJf
OIOV.,1 -
I, ,k
Official
sh.li be ,i
11,1 "' naSS
speclfl. .,
#&
mi
names of n,,


HECi-LATION OF ELEC-
12; thence s ......ik m*
. .-nr. r 11 il. H .
l?-ri2-42;
v. hlch i- :h- ;...int of b.
DISTRICT 3:
n ^: ih* ranter ( ,<
ih. n Bo itherl)
ti n oi &
Houtb Una ..( th* N .. of
Ih. >': ol -. 1-52-42; then.-. Wet
Jons aald South lin. .
-oiith line ..f the N'3 ..f n,,. >
"f the H ol .-.. v\..-|
line ..f th* SK-. ..f g..... ._ ,
Hon.* Northerly alona said Weal
Im* to the South In ,,: ,
S i :. ol the SW | of ... ..
II thence West, ri) nlonc asid
th lin* to th* West line of the
. ol the NEn ol .-w
Be. ,2-41 then X. rtbe afaina
*al lin. '.. .!, ||na
N'\v'< of b. i: ,..,
western along said South lin* ,.f
West line oi the K ol the sw>,
* th. >i:-., ol th* \\\ ,,, s.. .
,, ''"' Norther!) al. ng said
U.-,!,,,.. ..;.. s,h nt ,, ,M|.
, A V ';!.'" nw ,
- i. thei ,* Westerly .il..nK s,iul
houth line tp the West I.......f ,..
'-.- of th* N|..-, of th. SW. of th
:;V'V .''.'.''; ,,';'Y ';::'' "2* hiraTi*; d.y.*"a*tir'tjV
'' "' -r ihan th. .... ,, sasBBsi
need no held M^,*r
',""' hlmaell i i,. i.-d .. ,T. h rl.
I.*..,, .!.,,...,North a ..'.. ;;^
b* h*l,| 2m
fesjmn : rs of
the .ity of North Miami Beach, and
deiHisit slmultanenui tneresrtth a aval-
'"" '.....I *'"' -' foi the. candidates
7, Ha uid ...
H Ii. .hi for ..II ..th,-, .
provided. :.... that a quallfMsj i* -
'all not be r*. ereb) d.-r-lsr,^ t t>e ,hp
for .my elective office, of ternporart ''? k'V ^'iine: In the
"r ''not.-.! ,| ,., ,, tth;,.h | ,. ,, ,,r,,vklert
'.''"i- rack >i n "hat the .-||> CrsaBrU Is
II.W.10,, Bonrd. Clvtl Bervtre B......| P""er t......nforn, WM
ss |in.-..-i.ir h.. orrttner to the ptovi-
-i.n. for ., regular *4~-ti..n
Section tl ABSENTEE VOTING:
V" Mrovuloru, ,,f -....... lfi gi
Klorldn jtutes
aiorndnienta
be the
jnd of similar i-apacity. thi, *
all"., shall not .....I.*,,,,..,
i luslve, but simply esplanajor)
lion th* ,.|.. . '; -'..s iai.i \\
the -N..ith Im* of s, ti
North
Rasterlj
f Bectlon T, i and l-". "ii" '.
i -Ah
s ol the Bi of the RWij
Miami Beach, and t.. mUntr .
lime i*.|.nte.nents which
m Hi* statute
- "f this Ke.-tlnn being
ss.. Ku.'saa .He
,'\Tl'^<' '- "l '" laotJ* !"
f r .n".','*"',"""1 "" si-tute.. entitle
IJ^SU*}? "".JO".! I" I IfT. I 1. tie the
Umam the Clt, of North
^NITIAT.VE AND WW W
2 ItolS '" """'*
' of Itef,red4m
nil't-e of IVtiilonerB
*' cert?!; '"""""on and
->t., lrf |.,iti,
\. ndment of IVt,,,,.,,,
ertlfl. in.,.i of
ll-ferendam lvtitiun
'deration of .-.mncll
-s..,n t electors
Fnrm "'. inltl
Knreh -1""-^ ""itmn of Ihr
JhWliJlJefI2B P0^t: All
pise. ,, '; *"" -
sd in.., i r, ^.., '
lose J heeaoi lhl,.
Seet.on roSJ-L'?'"! ''
" -.:, ,;,.!-*,;, ;
UHSr*1 J"ght.aaJJ
whk-h such removal 21
ooptea of the i~tL",
tllrofl...
egj pMlttoi
signed and fn*,| h l**
thirty (201 d ,'V,tj
affidavit Th. |*|, ,'k,J-
nr.nlgh.il he .UiW|
ist*r*.l x..t,., ,., ,. "
Cltygj^imrge. .i.-.*,u*
the off,,*, .. ~lnY
of sub-s.-..,.., ..,, ,;k
turn, whtcl
hnve been q
hut genersl munin^| ,
to ea.-h such sis nature all
the silaee .,r r*.hl*, 5.
giving the street ana .3
description suffleMSM t.
utace> of Ini-in... r r_
|M-tlt|oill Su, h Mtwti
nil be ..n on.
shall make an ,.lf,dji
nature append
genuine afefnai
name It porp. i
call |>a|H-rs shsll | ft-T
struinenl i> r'
"li of th. i ,
persons ... j
\\ It bin I. .,'tn-J
. T
uhethi ,. '1
'I
ind -
.
wltl
'
l>etttlon i
nrrUiln I. n
I'd I | ;
i-i
ed hei. 'citu!
' I '-r. US,

' tkri
.
- ibtm
iiffi. and
* wl
Is filed If III. ..11*1
lion shall I.
be sum.-Inn h. -nsllsg,
with his c. i
ell at Its next : *gal*r
shall notify the Couaaggl
. 11 men or other elsrtisi
-' .If. Who*.
su. h action Thi
thereupon. \mt ti ten till
rf.-eltn of the ... Ifi
der an election to be
than tweiri l run-
fMl days ih*.
ever, that t so. n re.
mtistersd rnten of the
less of the In-'
era r>>sl.le. shall be rs,
thru- \t.- f.,r : agalaar
arhneai rwsauval is suugat.'
officials "ere in IHe fllw
eUcii-e) by LHstri
further pnnide.L howeter,
..Iher innniclik.l ess. tha *
within alxti l#l dais .
oaCpt of said cei ttfkSS isii
.11 may in Its tUarrathg)
the hoktsne of the rrs-
..n the date ol ,.-6 .der
rleclksn.
The Councilman nr C
ntht-r etoctivr sffsrer *
snbl. may resign st '
the eiectl.r n fie".
will be deeiiie.1 va. sot sal
and shall he filled sa 'h>
provided for I
reeaO. the form f the
aa early as nraetkai
"Hhall "A' be -lle4 .1
II" be recalled'. ". *
the officers bep ( issata
place itl "A and "V
The vuter hnll indKSh
by YE*" or SO
If a majority ol the *
he la favor of such reeaais
shall isasseulat... derassl
vacant anal pr.- eed '" J"J
In tha raaaaer |,i*oW"*
llUUur a/ vacam res is ehas
asss!
J '-
llUUur of racan. *-
at the CIU of North
I'rnvltfed. h.ie\.r.
shall two conan-uii'
recall of the HU" <
elective Officer I* heal.J
<*) saoaitha, and er**sns.
that no Catgavilmsa <* ""
ufflrasr ahaU be sui.je.-t
Thirty tin I 8"'- ''"' "'JJ
Section J. POWI" <*?
OUM: The eie. I "*J
power m auuruo '' '' al
any Ordlaaare l-*^^LSJ
aoy .TOiaeare i -'------. ;_al
. submitted by the lessrr.
. of the electors, ev.-rpt "H
. Martian 10 IRKKKKKM'I *
ORIHNAN.KM """' |
.. keM'
,.,aiBas
is-
miniSAN
t'lssrtrr. such i"
the referendum
to the Council b) '"!"*3
and itaaead b lhf "T",,
change shall be -'^.i3
dum in the same hisms.
(ii.llaan.-es Will, n """a
after the eaactmenl i "Jj
ani .n.l.n-ri. .-I "h'-1JaU
referendum, a ( i '":","^S
fled electors .rf the "'Si
Iwr tn at least ten If*_r3
of the registered '"'"T-j"
ding regtilsr -T"^
tuestlng that ",'?aas
eli her reneale.1 is ''""
of the electni
Sect ten 4. FO-M 'TI
COMMITTti ON Wm
pelM on paper- '(assi
poaea of InllU' I
Ise uniform la ',.. fat
papers shall ""'"JT "
the pr..t-.-e.| >*"fS
lures to IniiH"
tlons nee.l not be *"/S
oapei. but "' ..Jaa
there .fall Ih- attachj**
it,,, garttoa Each flJJJJ
..HlL.n lulllrl
HM>a*IUr


TAHY 15.1954
,AL NtfrtCE
rtltlon Attached to each
ton paper there* ahull be
bf I he circulator thereof
Jhe only. personally clr-
oregoing palter, that It
tee number of mikiih -
I In- signatures ariiemled
maile In his presence.
believes them to be the
at urea "f the P*RM
the> |iur|>ort to be.
-TILING. EXAMINATION
fIFICATION OF PETI-
t it Ion papers comprising
, u, referendum iM-titnm
|nihld nil fled with the
one instrument. Within
,l,i, after a petition Is
_|v Clark shall determine
III papar Of the petit inn
I meiit i.f the drcula-
"the petition Ik signed hv
lumbar of ill. Clark. Khali attach
affidavit signed by the
<>f. If a petition papar
[|. sinned by more per-
number of signatures
I the circulator, the IbhI
\ ,-- ,.f the number cer-
illsreg irded. If a pctl-
f than the number ccrti-
iturei .-liall be accepted
[en Other grounds. After
Is examination of the
City I'lerk shall certify
hieiif to the Council at
In meeting. If he Khali
the petition Ik Insuffi-
II Bel forth In hlK cert I-
Krtleulara In which It la
shall at once notify the
Ii ii,.- Petitioners of his
MENDMENT OF PETI.
II II.line in letelendUm
mended at ani time
.in- ifi.-r notification
been tent by the
Mini! 11 supplementary
-1 papal ."lR-ned
I 1.1 .III
i 'ity i "lerk Khali,
i day* after such an
Hied Mil,.- examination
in. i-Ion and. if the
kt.il InKuflclent, he -ii.iii
i- !,, urn affect in
|i the Commutes i.f
i.f his findings and no
Khali I"- bad on such
The finding of the
i petition i-ball not
flint Ol i new petition
p ii iioai
(EFFECT OF CERTIFI-
REFERENDUM PETI-
.1 referendum petition,
petition, ii defined In
till- Section, hHK been
Minn u-iit by the City
d.nan. specified In the
|l ii..i go into effect, or
thereunder Khali he
,i ih til ha> gone into
land unleHs approved by
a- hel .in.ifter provide*!.
CONSIDERATION BY
gThenever the Council re-
lied Inltl itive or referen-
from tin- City Clerk. It
lai ..in to < onalder such
iposed Initiative orUI-
Itie read, ami provision
for a publli- hearing
osed hi dinnn.-i-. The
bike final action on the
fct later than sixty I till)
file date on which such
Bull be reconaldered by
land its final vote U|M>n
let.in-.n shall be tipnn the
all the Ordinance specl-
1 Keferendum Petition lie
[SUBMISSION TO ELEC-
Couni ii shall fail to pass
pr..posed by Initiative
Ishall pass ft in a form
I'm thai set forth In the
pfor, or if the Council
.. rfei i rd nrdlnanoa, the
- -i ordinance Khali
to thi lei tora at larite.
kn thlrtj i"i da) a, nor
Uxl (SO) .1 iv s from the
pin. II takes Its final vote
.mi. il ma). In its dia-
- fular election is
h' ''in it] h pal I'.'l. pi o\ id.-
I tun
FORM OF BALLOT FOR
AND REFERRED ORDI-
ubmll ii-.i to
in accordance with
- and i .-f.'i .-nduin pn.\ I-
i Lai Ii i shall be submit -
title, which ahall be pre-
l ha I >e(.al I llielit
i.'In i pi tncipal legal ad-
City. Tin ballot title may
from the legal title of any
1 or rclerred ordinance
a clear, cone lee state-
il argument or prejudice,
of the sniiKtance of such
he ballot used In vntinjc
liii.ii.. If h paper ballot,
low the ballot title the
.positions, one above the
order Indicated:
be Ordinance" and
t the ordinance"
at the left of ea.cn propo-
ahall be a miuare In
timg a rruaa fX) the alec-
for or agKlnat the Ordl-
nitmbrr of ordinances may
t the name election and
utted on the aame ballot.
r ballot used for voting
HI be fur that purV'we only.
niiirs are uaed. the bal-
any urdlnanoa ahall have
"ie two propoHitlonK.
[the other, or, one preced-
In in the order Indicated,
> tor Khali lie given an op-
vote for either of the
gtlons and thereby to vote
"t the ordinance.
Ml. AVAILABILITY OF
JUALIFIED ELECTORS:
I II Or group requests
tun |M,se of circulating the
matter relating to the
o be voted on. the Hoard
it the city clerk or other
frtinenl or agencv of the
I the list of qualified alec-
icrmlt auch organise-
*M> to copy the names and
ft the ipialifled electors or
^ilh a list thereof, within
is from KB Id request
p- RESULTS OF ELEC-
i majority .,f the electors at
1 on a proposed Initiative
nan vote In favor thereof,
feunon. la- an ordinance
A referred Ordinance
approved by a majority of
is voting thereon ahall.
deemed repealed. If con-
nances are approved by
"' "e same election, the
ng th,- greutaat number [vote, (fun prevail to the
^ch conflict.
LECAL NOTICE
+Jewtst>ncrA*br,
PAGE 9C
. ARTICLE X
RsvllnJ^* *1*,NISTRATION
Section I. Division of Assessment
IToperty subject to Tax.
method of Assessment
"oard of Assessment Re-
t.
:i.
4.
6.
.
7.
*.
.
10.
11.
12.
II,
vIl _
Hoard of
view;
Cu LI i.
I'll .ii....
d of AssesKment Ke-
powers and duties
e Hearing., on com-
i'. ..its
Appeal to ConriK
Dlylalon of Collections
' ollector's Bond
Taxes payabla when due
I reparation and Deliver)
of Tax Hills
Ixi.-nsion of Tax for i ur-
lent year on Aaaeaamenl
tolls
Description of Tax Hill
t iffice of Aaseaaoi -
Coll., tor
ksSasTaT-m D,V'.8I,?N OF ASSESS-
MENTS: ih.-ie shall i. eaubllahed In
the Hepartni.nl of Kinance a Division
Of Assessment, the head of which shall
be the City Assessor
".. iniw ...-,.,. iiw worn i
real and personal proBarty On and as
of the first day of January of each
LEGAL NOTICE
......*l'.' ori -..| |.( II. H|
Aaaeaaora duplicate. The asKessment
roll shall I... avallabls for piil.li, in
spe.-iion during the period from the
H'th day of July to the loth ilav of
AujKuat.
Section 3. BOARD OF ASSESS-
MENT REVIEW: Th.r.- shall he a
Board ol Vaaesamenl Review to be
composed of the City Council ilttlni
pacifically f.i thai pui i
Section 4. BOARD OF ASSESMENT
FVIP\A/' PnuuEDC lUh niiTir..
accnon m. ouBU ur ASstsMgiMT
REVIEW: POWERS AND DUTIES:
The Board of Aaaeaamenl Review shall
have in., pi.w.r to
at iteM.w on oinpiaint of property
o n. menu f.n the purpoee
of taxation ol leal and pels..nil
propart) within the cil| mad* b)
the City A
(b) Admtlii- Hi i lathi
id Take Testimony
Id) Hold II. ai
i. I Adopt legulHtions regarding the
procedure ..r Aaaeaamenl Review,
Section 5. PUBLIC HEARINGS ON
COMPLAINTS: Beginning with the
i.'.th day of AuguKt of aai E flat .ii year,
and aa long Ihrreaft.-i as may be n.e-
esHiiry, the City Council, sitting as a
Ho.nil of Assessment Kevlew Khali
hear and determine the complain! ol
any person In ielation to the assess-
ment roll Complaints to the Hoard of
Ass.-ssni.-nt Kcview shall be In writ-
ing and under oath. Hut the procedure
before Kuch Hoard shall be Informal
and of a nature calculated to effect
Justice as simply as possible. Hearings
upon complaints shall be halo In the
order received and as promptly after
the filing thereof, aa posalble, aod
the determination of the Hoard of
Assessment Kevlew ahall be made
within ten (101 days after such filing.
Such determination shall be Immedi-
ately certified by the Secretary of the
Board to the City Assessor, whose
duty It ahall be to mak such cor-
rection upon the aaaeaament roll and
duplicate, aa the Hoard may deter-
mine.
Section APPEAL TO COURTS:
Appeal from the determination of the
Hoard of Ass.itu.mrnt Kevlew may be
taken to a Court of comitelent Juris-
diction not later than thirty (30) days
after certification to the City AKsessor.
Section 7. DIVISION OF COLLEC-
TION: There Khali be established In
the Department of Finance a divi-
sion of collection, the bead <.f which
shall In- the CM) Tax Collector.
Section 8. COLLECTOR'8 BONO:
Ih. Collector shall, before the deliv-
er) to lit in ..f the Assessment Roll.
rive siiiely bond f..i the faithful per-
r..rin.in. "i i. duties, Including com-
pilau- with all controlling p* i
of law baarlng upon the function-, of
his office, ill a form approved by the
Stale Tax Ciiiiimlxsloner. and in such
sum. not less than the amount .sial.
IlKhed by the folium- si......i as shall
be fixed bi the Council.
Section 9. TAXES PAYABLE
WHEN DUE: Taxes shall be payable
when due
Section 10. PREPARATION AND
DELIVERY OF TAX BILLS: A- DOS
as the duplicate Is delivered to the
Clt) Tax Collector, he shall at once
begin work of preparing, completing
and mailing or otherwise delivering
tax bills for the fiscal year to the
owners of property assessed so far as
such owners are known and shall
complete auch work on or before the
first day of November. The validity
of anv tax or the time at which the
aame shall be payable shall nut be af-
fected by the failure of the olk-ctor
to mall or otherwise deliver a tax
b"saclan 11. EXTENSION OF TAX
WOW CURRENT YEAR ON ASSESS-
MENT ROLL: l.'pon adoption of the
current budget by the Council In ac-
cordance with the procedure pre-
scribed in Article IV of this "harter
mid the determination thereby of the
amount to be raised by taxation, the
Director of Finance, or other author
Ity. ahall have caused to be extended
on the assessment roll and duplicate
the amount of tax computed main each
assessment at the rate neceaar> to
raise the required amount.
Section 12. DESCRIPTION OF TAX
ILL: Kach tax bill shall contain a
statement of the valuation Of tn
property against which the tax Is ley-
led. and the r.sll ?'"' '"'>",!:WA.
Section 13. OFFICE OF TAX AS-
SESSOR-COLLECTOR: The Office of
Tax Assessor-Collector may he held
bv one permm until, by '"""'* ".(
the City Council, the Kaid offices shall
be sepal Ited.
ARTICLE XI
PUBLIC UTILITIES
Section 1. Definitions __.,..
2. draining of franchise
J. Conditions and Transfer
of FYanchlae
4. Rate baae; valuation
I Kates: Annual cost of
Service and sliding Hcale
Kaals
t. Records and Proceedinga
Itecapture mi
g. Batabllshment "l*a"J^l
dually ownasl and operated
IfTll.lTinH ^ ,
I Competition with Prlvate-
. iiened aad operated
,0. Mwietoal Utility Oman-
laatlon
U. Financial provisions
6sction 1. DEFINITIONS: As used
in thla Charter, unless the context
clearly requires some other meaning:
*> '*<"OBt of Service" means all
reasonable and necessary expenses.
taxes and other proper charges, and a
return of six per centum (), or the
actual aveiiige annual cost of neces-
sary total capital to the utility, upon
the net capital Investment in the case
of utilities operating within the fran-
chise terms of this Charter, or. In the
cae of other utilities, ii|K.n the net
capital Investment or other fair rate
'" deiern.......1 l,t negotiations.
arbitration .n litigation:
ii.i Nit Capital Investment" means
th.- actual ami reasonable coat of ail
Propertlaa ami capital outla) uaed
ami usetui foi service within the Clt)
- accrued depreciated as deti
less
mined lit reguliii a.-counting proc-
ure, plus working capital neceesarll)
supplied by the investors, applicable
in the operation within the city:
hi "ReproducUoh Coat Appraisal"
the reproduction COM, less de-
preciation of all used and useful prop-
erty, as determine,I by a physical ap-
praisal, plus working capital necessar-
ily supplied hi the Investors. In deter-
mining reproduction coat, appropriate
unit prices shall lie established for
each class m properly in accordance
with proper inventory t the proper-
ties Reasonable allowances shall be
maile for normal geii.-ial construction
overhead coats, not included in the
unll prices The depreciation deduc-
tion shall Include both physical and
functional 'actors, and (hall lake due
".......n of the differences between the
existing property units anil atailahle
modern units, Including the differ-
ence in maintenance between existing
aad available new units. No additional
ai pwancea shall be mad.- for franchise
vain., going concern value, or other
Intangible Items nol n n ting the
actual uiin i imped capital cxp.-ndl-
I'lf.v
Section 2. GRANTING OF FRAN.
CHISES: The Clt) shall have power
i" maul a franchise to an) private
corporation for the use ,.f streets and
othei publ ways In the furnishing of
any public utllliv servlci to the Clt)
and to its Inhabitants. All franchises
mil anv renewals, extension and
amendments thereto, shall be granted
only by ordinance, A proposed fran-
. his.- ordinance shall be submitted to
' he Mayor, and he shall rendi i to the
Council a written report containing
i e, oiiiuienda t long thereon.
Section 3. CONDITIONS AND
TRANSFER OF FRANCHISES:
.ai Ever) franchise or renewal, ex-
tension or amendment of a franchise
hei.-after granted shall
(1) Impose upon the utility the duty
to furnish proper service at a mini-
mum attainable cost under proper or-
ganization and efficient manaiieiii.-iii
The City shall have the right to re-
quire such extensions, additions, Im-
provements and replacements of prop-
erty as will result In economy or Im-
provement In serviic. and It may Is-
sue such orders with respect to safety
and other matters as may be neces-
sary or desirable for the community.
(t) fix the rates to be charged by
the utility for the different classes of
service and reserve to the City the
power to revise such rates at the end
of each calendar or fiscal year. Much
rates shall be sufficient to cover the
cost of service us defined In Section 1
of this Article.
J) Reserve to the City the right,
at any time after five C>) years, to
revoke the franchise and purchase all
the properties of the utility at a pur-
chase price equal to the net capital
Investment, or us to any property In-
cluded in the purchase for which the
in i capital investment is not aacer-
tninable from the accounts, at the
estimated actual cost less accrued de-
pi .latloll.
th) No franchise shall be transfer-
red hereafter by any utility to another
without the approval of the City, and
as a condition to such approval all the
terms and conditions of this Section
shall be Included In the transferred
I I .1 '! III.si .
Section 4. RATE BASE; VALUA-
TION board: ii net capital Invest-
ment 's not accented as the rate base
by both th,- City and the Council ami
by a public utility rendering 'service
within the City but not operriting
within the franchise terms of this Ar-
ticle, the City's ageiu v for ..public
iitilitics, referred i" w Section 6ef this
Article, shall negotiate with., such
utility for the purpoee .f aataWlahlng
a rate base considered fair and rea-
sonable by such city agency and the
Utility. Adequate technical assistance
shall be made available to the Agen-
cy. The result. If any, of such negoti-
ations ahall be submitted to the Coun-
cil for approval. The Council, either
at the Agency'a reconimen.latlon or on
-Its own motion, may have a reproduc-
tion coat appraisal, as defined In
Mectlon I of this Article, made aa an
aid In negotiating a fair rate base.
Jf no agreement between the (fearer il
unit the utility la reached In a iarm-
able period of time, the Council aaay
enter into an ajsressmeut witb the am-
ity to su Inn It the question of rate Saxee
to arbitration by a valuation beard
consisting of three members. One
member shall be appointed by the util-
ity, one by the Council, and the third
by the preceding two. The third mem-
ber ahall be a person of recognised
training and experience In public util-
ity valuations and shall be known to
be fair to both private and public in-
terests. Adequate technical assistance
shall be available to the Board, and a
separate set-up of unit prices, gen-
eral construction overhead and depre-
ciation shall be prepared on behalf of
the City if considered desirable by the
City's memlspr, the City's I'tlNty Ag-
in, v or the Council The Hoard's find-
ings shall be final and bin.ling upon
I h. i itv and the utility
Section 5. RATES; ANNUAL COST
OF SERVICE AND SLIDING SCALE
BASIS: The rates of every privately
owned public utility exercising a
franchise granted 'pursuant to the
terms of this Charter shall lie annually
revised and adjusted on the basis of
cost of service and operation within
the City. Bvery other privately owned
utility shsll be subject to the regula-
tion of Its rates by ordinance upon the
same basis to the extent permitted by
and In conformance with the provi-
sions of Oeneral Law. The Council
shall annually enact proper ordi-
nances and shall prosecute or cause to
be prosecuted sll appropriate proceed-
Injrs seesre the State Public rtllitl.s
Commission to secure such rates for
uuawntrs at large and for the City
The isuatrementa of this Section may
be met by provision for a sliding scale
of rates wherein for any year the ex- -
resse return above the coat of service
shall d1vle>dtn a fixed proportion
between the utllKy and consumers
LEGAL NOTICE
through rate reductions applicable to
the succeeding year.
beet ion sttCORDS ANO PRO-
CttUINGS;
(a) The Council shall establish or
designate an Agency of the City tlov-
ci ii ii i. in widen snail assemble the
facts which are essential to proper de-
teruilliailoli ol cost ol servo e and the
fixing ol rea .nabl.- rai-s Such agen-
cy shall have and keep up to dai.- m
Inventor) of the propert) uaed In pub-
a- .iv,.,, ii,, ,,si oi sueu properties
as actually and i .-as..iial.lv incurred
or as fixed by appraiaal, .i,until.lie and
retirements nuuie eaoli year, the de-
I.....alioii, and all m.liters thai enter
IlltO tile pelio.ll. aJ I e.oljll-l lllelll of lli.<
i.il. base. It shall have povvci to make,
and shall eoliducl. all I hspe I i,,n.-. ami
examinations ol pulnu- utilliy proper-
tlaa, accounts and records neceasar)
or appropriate to earn oul the provi-
sion* ..I tins Charter. At the eioae of
each calendar or fiscal year. It shall
make a i ompi ehelisiv e r.-pi.i I ami
recommendation to the Mayor and the
Council The Major sholi thereupon
make s.-pai ate recommendations to
the Council, which, after lec.-lving
them, may proceed with Informal ne-
gotiations or with formal proceedings.
Bvery public utility operating within
tin- en., shall tarnish t" such Agrn-
.-> regular reports as to c.ipiiai out-
lay, propert) retirements, operating
revenues, operating expenses, tax.
and other accounting matters accord-
ing to the standard accounting classi-
fication issued for such utilities bv the
State Public Utilities Commission. In
addition in..- Clt) may retnilrs report
regarding salaries, wages, empli
contracta, service performance, and
all other records of op, ration thai pel -
tain to prop.-i rate adjustment! on the
basis of facts and regular administra-
tion.
11.) Tin- Agency established m desig-
nated by the Council shall also make
appropriate efforts t. obtain prop, r
annual revision ,f rates of private
Utilities which do not operats under
the franchise terms of this Charter,
and which are nol ubjeel t" munic-
ipal regulation by Oeneral Law. It may
Initially obtain proper surveys of
operating expi nai tax* and other
charges, and ..f the net oapltal Invest-
ment in the properties used In public
service within the City, and thereupon
mav endeavor, through negotiations
with the utility, to obtain proper rate
adjustments. Tin- determination of a
rate bass shall be mads as isl forth
in Se.-tion 4 of this Article. If It can-
not obtain due agreement It shall r.i.-
a complaint anil petition, to the State
Public Utility fominlsslon for for-
mal rate Inquiry. In such pi oe.....Iuil'-
ii shall represent the consumers at
large and shall prepare and present In
due l.-gal form all the evidence With
respect to cost <>f service and other
elements as required In the public In-
terest. Tt shall obtain all requisite flats
for successive rate revisions, and at
the end of each calendar or fiscal yeat
It shall endeavor to secure any revi-
sion of rates Indicated by the show-
ing of facts, and If necessary shHll
proceed again with a request for for-
mal Inquiry by the State Public 1'til-
Itles Commission.
Section 7. RECAPTURE: Whenever
the Council shall determine, and In
accordance with the franchise terms.
the City may purchase the properties
of a privit.lv owned public utility, and
may Include In such purchase proper -
ties located outside ss well as with-
in the City. The purchase price shall
not exceed the net capital Investment,
or the rate base, established hs herein
described, for any properties included
In the purchase for which such net
capital Investment had not been pro-
vided for by previous franchise grants
The City may areo condemn any pub-
lic utility properties pursuant to the
general condemnation provision of this
Charter. The 00*4 of proceedings for
acquisition of private properties by
purchase or by condemnation shall be
pnlil In the first Instance bv the pri-
vate utility, but shall be Included In
the price or award paid h.v the City-
Section 8. ESTABLISHMENT OF
MUNCIPALLY OWNED AND OPER-
ATED UTILITIES: The Clt) shall
hat.- th.- power to own and operate
any pubUc utility, to construct and In-
stall all facilities that are I eas. Ul Iblv
needed, and to. lease or purchi
existing Utility properties used and
useful in public service. Th- Clt) ii a-
also furnish service in adjacent and
n.-arby communities which mav I.
conveniently and economically served
by the municipally owned and oper-
ated utility, subject to agreements
with such communities and subject to
the provisions of State Law. Council
may provide by ordinance for the es-
tablishment of such utility, and shall
also be submitted be and approved at
a |K>pular referendum; provided, how-
ever, that an tirdlnance providing for
any extension, enlargement, or Im-
provement of an existing utility may
be enacted as a matter of general mu-
nicipal administration.
Section I. COMPETITION WITH
PRIVATELY OtfVNED ANO OPER-
ATED UTILITIES: If a municliwlly
owned snd operate utility would cover
service areas already supplied by a
privately owned aad operated utllltv,
the City shall make every reasonable
effort to purchase or lease the exist-
ing properties that are used and use-
ful before underteklng any duplica-
tion of properties or service. If th.
properties of an existing privately
owned and operated utility cannot be
acquired at a reasonable purchase
pries an the basis defined and pro-
vided for In Section 7 of this Article.
the City may proceed with an Inde-
pendei and competitive municipally
owned and operated utility. The City
shall however, take over such com-
petitive private properties when a rea-
sonable purchase price as heretofore
defined Khali be acceptable to the pri-
vate owmi pi.-v Pled that. If the Cltv
has already incurred duplicating
of construction, such cost shall be de-
ducted from the purchase price which
otherw Ise would be nroperlv paid.
Section 10. MUNICIPAL UTILITY
ORGANIZATIONS: The Council may
provide for the establishment of a
seoarate department to administer the
utility function. Including the regula-
tion of privately owned utilities Such
department shall keep separate finan-
cial an.l accounting records for each
municipally owned and operated utility
and prior to the first day of Novem-
ber of each year shall prepare 'or the
Ma tor In accordance with his snecl-
flcstlons a comprehensive report of
each utility.
The responsible department or offi-
cer ahall endeavor to make each ntll-
Hy financially self-sustaining unless
Council shall, by Ordhtance. sdoTit a
different pollcv. After providing for
depreclstIon accruals snd smortlaatlnn
of bonds, and for reasonable Bcwimu-
Isti.m of siirrdus. the utllltv shall an-
ply all annual profits above bond In-
LEGAL NOTICE
terest to rate reductions, particularly
for promotion of utilisation and for
advancement of the economic and so-
cial Interests of the community. The
utllltv shall not be operated lor the
benefit of other municipal functions,
and shall not be used directly or In-
directly as a general revenue-produc-
ing agency for the City, but it may
pav to the City such property and
other taxes as arc normally placed
upon private business enterprises
Section 11. FINANCIAL PROVI-
SIONS: Th.- City may finance the ac-
quisition of privately owned Utility
properties, the purchase of land, ana
the cost of .ill construction and prop-
er!) Installation for utility purposes
by borrowing, in accordance with tho
provision of Article V of this ''bar-
ter. Appropriate provlsioni shall be
mail., however, for tin- amortisation
and retirement of all bonds, pursuant
t. th.- provisions of this Cnarter. Such
amortisation and retirement may be
effected through the use of deprecia-
tion finds or other financial resources
proyided through the earnings of the
utility.
ARTICLE XII
SUCCESSION IN GOVERNMENT
Section 1. Assessment and tax Col-
lection in first Fiscal Year
1. Rights of Offices and Cm-
plO) es preset | .1
3. Continuance of Present
Offleeri
4. status of officers and Em-
ployees holding positions
when Charter takes affect
Tiai si.i ot Records and
l'i opart)
6. Continuity of offices. De-
partments oi agencies
7. Continuance ol Contracts
and Public Improvements
* Pending Actions, and I'm-
Section 1. ASSESSMENT AND TAX
COLLECTIONS IN FIRST FISCAL
YEAR: Th.- flrai fiscal J an-
il hi b -' i lion I, a ticle m of thla
Charter, shall begin on the flrai day
Of N'-v. ml.el and Shall end on the last
aeh calendar )
Section 2. RIGHTS OF OFFICERS
AND EMPLOYEES PRESERVED:
Nothing in this Charter contained, ex-
cept as specifically provided, shall
affect or impair the rvhts and priv-
ileges of officers or Employees of tho
Clt) or ol anv Office, I 'ep.ll t lllelll or
Ageni nt: at the time when thla
Cnarter shall take effect, or any pro-
a of law in force nt the n..... this
Charter shall lake effect, and not In-
consistent with ih.- provisions of this
Charter In relation to personnel, up-
pOlntmenta, ranks, grades, tenure of
office, promotion. removal, pension
and retirement rights, civil rights, or
anv other rights or privileges of offi-
cers or Kiii|.l.i\i'i-s of the City or anv
office. Department or Agency there*
of
Section 3. CONTINUANCE OF
PRESENT OFFICERS: All persona
holding administrative office at the
time this Charter takes effect, shall
Continue In office and In the |er-
fnrmanre of their duties until provi-
sion shall have been made In accord-
ance herewith for the performance of
such duties, or the discontinuance of
such office. The isiwers conferred and
the duties Imposed upon any Office,
1 lepartmeiit. or Agency of the City by
the Lews of this State shall, if soon
office. Iiepartment or Agency of tho
City be abolished by this charter, or
under ItB authority, be thereafter ex-
ercised and discharged by the Office,
licpnrtment or Agency designated by
the Council unless otherwise provided
herein.
Section 4. STATUS OF OFFICERS
AND EMPLOYEES HOLDING POSI-
TIONS WHEN CHARTER TAKES
EFFECT: Any person holding an
office or position In the Classified
Service of the City when this Charter
takes effect w*ho shall have served In
su, ii position for at least a period
..f three months shall be retained
without preliminary or working tests
and shall thereafter be subject in all
..is t.. the provisions of tills
Charter. Other persons in the city
service at the time this Charter lakes
eff.it shall he regarding as holdimr
their positions under the piovisioii.il
appointments
Section S. TRANSFER OF REC-
ORDS AND PROPERTY: All reel.Is
propert) and equipment whatsoever
of anv Office, Departmenl or Agency
i.i part thereof, all the powers and
liiiles which are BShrned to any other
Office, Department or Agency by this
Charter, shall be transferred and de-
livered to the office. Ilepartment or
Agency to which such powers and du-
ties are so assigned If part of the
powers and duties of uny Office. 1 -
P.u i uu-iit or Agency or part thereof
are, by this Charter, assigned to an-
other Office. Department or Agency,
all records, property and equipment
relating exclusively thereto shall be
transferred and delivered to the Office.
1 icpsrtment or Agency to which such
powers snd duties are so assigned.
Section S. C O N T I N UITV OF
OFFICES, DEPARTMENTS OR AG-
ENCIES: Any Office. Department or
Agency provided for In this Charter
with a name, or with powers and du-
ties the same or substantially the
seme aa those of an Office, Depart-
ment or Agency heretofore existing
shall lie deemed to be a continuation
of such Office. Department or Agency
and shall exercise Its powers and du-
ties in continuation of their exercise
by the Office. I >epai ini.-ni or Agency
by which the same were heretofore
exerrlsed and shall have power to
Continue any business, proceedings or
other matter within the acopc of Hs
regular iKiwera and duties commenced
by anv i iffice. 1 N'psrtment or Agency
by which such powers and duties were
heretofore exercised. Anv provision In
anv LEW, itulc. Regulation, Contract.
Orant or any other document relat-
ing to such a formerly existing Office.
|..i'.irtment or Agency shall, so far
as Is not Inconsistent with the provi-
sion- of this Charter, apply to such
Office. I>ersrtment or Agency pro-
vided for by this Charter
Section 7. CONTINUANCE OF
CONTRACTS ANO PUBLIC IM-
PROVEMENTS: All contracts entered
Into by the Cltv. or for its benefit,
nrlnr to the taking effect of this Char-
ter, shiill continue in full force and
effect. Public Improvements for which
legislative stepK have been taken un-
der law or Charter provisions existing
at the time this Charter takes effect,
may be carried to completion as near-
ly as practicable In accordance with
the provisions of such existing law
and charter provisions; as for exam-
ple, as It relates to the municipal
waterworks system, ss reflected In
"An Act re-ensctlnr Chanter 28418,
Special Acts of I"orlds. I94R".
Section PENDING ACTIONS
ANO PROCEEDINGS: Vn action or
proceeding, civil or criminal, pending


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, ,.. time when this Charter shall
n\ .M... .,.,,,( shall '"'
IS
."VJ'.',. Sffiofi pan.' '
,,AV or ..n...
. tned or trai i
. Depart"
t event I
..I or defended bj the h i
., Department i -
huh sui-h fun. lioiiK, l"'-"
J* ha""
v ,., under this charter.
ARTICLE XIII
DEPARTMENT OF LAW
r':-n I.
CITY ATTORNEY : AP-
POINTMENT
ci'i'V ATTORNEY
Ul'ALIFICATloNS
, MTV ATTORNEY I >Vt
KRS AND Ul'TIKH
I MINi'llAI. Jl'IKJh: AP
I-OINTMENT
.-. \l IN l< 11' \ I. .11 I >i: t:
Ul'ALIFICATloNS
i; Ml Nh'll'Al. .IM
WWKI1S AND Ill'TIES
Section 1. CITY ATTORNEY: AP-
POINTMENT: There shall be .. He-
.Mim.i.i ... Law, the he.......
-hall be the l"lt> Attoi ney. who shall
.. Appointed b} the fit) Count I
Section 2. CITY ATTORNEY;
OUALW^ICATIONS: The CltJ Attol
,-v to quallfN for such i"
..' an .i.i"i ne.i -at-law, and
the Hoi Ida Bar In good stand-
if
Section 3. CITY ATTORNEY:
POWERS AND DUTIES: The Ity
tlornc; shall i- ii"- legal adviser
,.- :ill Offires, Departments and Aa-
iities, and ol the < >rr;.. i -^ and Em-
loyees of the I'itj ol North M
lea. h, relating to their offl. lal puw-
a md d itles He shall represent the
'itj In ..II legal i.......edlngs It shall
.. hl dutj to !-,-. foi m ull -
.,-.-.ii to hit |S he
iiulred bj the Statutes, bj ii..- I
i ... bj '".'..,nee.
Section 4. MUNCIPAL JUDCE:
-PPOINTMENT: Then shall be :i
luni. I|kiI Judge, l, i| mew
mil i. mail, b.i the Mayui
Sect,on 5. MUNICIPAL JUDGE:
QUALIFICATIONS: The MUI
i and
a, ii, ng .'.. nej -at -law an i i
en bei of a good
ding
Section 6. MUNICIPAL JUDGE:
= OWERS AND DUTIES: It shall be
.- dul of th.
id t. t less tl
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and
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GENERAL PRO
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Section 3. PERSONAL INTEC~
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stall
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LEGAL NOTICE


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.CFECT OF THIS
FRIDAY,
LEGAL
NOTlql



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milimil pro-
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,., mi. ydrm-nl St si. -
illed mii.1 held wllh-
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... su.-h election
p, of he
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elect lo If I.....
UK .li-.. -
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...... five,I therein
. | SUITS AND CLAIM!
AGAINST THE CITY Xo .ull Stall
mains! I hi CItj 1st
. (...lure ti.
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vladticl l.tldge.
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. | ,.,. In jut) ..II. k..I.
vm., ., u. h s.i.h
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. ,i investigate
and no rardicl staJI ><>
given f .... .....'.lint ex-
. I damages << Ita
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ti i-it> Attorney, opoa
not I, to ,t ..n^-e
nd l.iy the
sll>! the evKlen. !
In a i.u-'. I-
.,., : i i it .'.. ,.,. il shall have
ghl nd apon the i itten re-
nl in t. It stall
, ,, ,i ii .,( ,hi- fii> Council to
mattei and .t ... >>. >>
. .. Me set-
,.,..,. ,h ,.> he l
City I ouni II ana the
red ,
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h debt "i ool f .1 >"ii. M
of the ...i- >.ut of
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there
. d with the i the
siting forth
h laltn, and at-
an i dorumaata
the basis of .n\
.11 .lt he
taprun agt.m-t th.....
'" nays after .S^M
claim. ..., .,,."'' fS
City ... tlS
if an> .e, t;,rorA"A*u|
shall t. ,,..,., ,,;.H(
shall ,.
f sis m
that ai,
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In maanfng .,, ^""9
tl.m ..i i.... I
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rharter .,( I
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North Mlam
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HALL Tin: PRopOfgl
rHABTEK or tmi:,.;S|
MIAMI I5EVCII PwiT
THE CHARTKIt P.l vTml
ITKSfA.NT Til THK erJl
tiik stati: up n n
cxisrKMi
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PBEMBNT ill VHTKRri
QP NORTH Mumi
PBOVIDES MiR THE~
TI. IN AM. 11 .\\ I Rs ori
UK Al'l'lt>i\ In i\|. ,
M> M'PR('\ : AND
ti:|.

APPROVI
msi
Jan li. ::'. ,
The ragtsti illoa \mt>{
Cit v \ ill rei .:n f|
of register.nt anj perasl
vote at su. I." el.
tl r,t\ .'le-k n the i
Miami He.,, h
th.,.ugh Jan
Sundays and
lug the huslt hutj
Hall, whi.h .... >AJ
Persons p
qualified I.. '.
ed
VII'.. .IMA Vf>
Jan T.. B,
I I Of
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
N THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No 31887-B
Re: ESTATK OF
WILLIAM SCHI
AI I A rnons Hav-
- i' and* At Si. I
t..t-
r. tnd ei f you
tlfii i to present i
whlcl oi
iher of
WILLIAM SCHKRER, de-
......
... ... ludgei
.ade < file thi
offices in the Ooui i irth.
I Ithln eight
d from th.
I'rst l tion
Is
and presented as al
,-.i
I... V.T)
- I REI1 St'HERF.R
A- I.
and ...
WILLIAM SfHKRER
I.....
' 1 KRS, HKIM \X ,v KAPLAN
' nil e of
\V Ilia -
' 1".:.'.." 2 -,
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
n. .
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
-TA PR \\i't:s UKItKY
.- noun i...N .,,-... \ .
While I'laun, .V a fl
V .,!... I ....
r Von in
l l i igaii nd .. ,...
quired to w
I '. ll :_ 1,, Ih.. 7: 'I ,.-
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Name Htntut. h| r.
wii.i.iam H iiri.l. soli i .
siii:i i....\ i.fiti in in
l> I.I.I. \H I- III I.I,. I
KHKI 1"..N hl'ltLKR,
. M t .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No 2'668B
I.. ESTATK OF
HENRY S RI'BIX 1 i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
- nd All r......m ll i\ -
I Clalma or Iiemands Against ,|-.. .1
I !:
foil, and h ol
in and require I I
- and d. mai
n .ii have aa nst the
MEXRY S RIBIX .,.. .,.....,
ate of Hade r rjrida, to the
,',,, v ?liAN+0!i ""' FRANK
I. i"A\ LINO .ni.it> Judges of l',,i..
junty..,.,.1 rile the same in theli of.
'i-e iii the County Courthouse In Hade
ouiily. ?lorida, a-Uhln eight calendar
n onth* rrom the .i:.te ( the first
r>uoi .. tion hereof. Held claims or .le.
';' .""'.iin the |a| addreea
r tie I'lalmant :m.l to be sworn t.j
and presented as aforesaid, or Mine
\\.'. ,"i ^"'fed. --ee Section 120 of th-
J>, 11 olmte Ai-t.
Date January ti. a T i.-,4
ELSIE '. RL'KIN
AH,'^t*outrlx ,h* List Will
arul Testament of
.rv... ,!"'-NRT S KI.'BIV, Uereased
RRRKJK. SHAPIRO & PWED
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1 l IEW ISH FLiK| i .
nriNi v\i, oRiiKRi
P LEATIIERMVN
i dt i
l >ade Count
Bj m c riitKi v
i,i:'x. ^"'
i
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLOrTToAT
^r, No. 77119.g
RE: ESTATE UP
*& BERO, Deceaasd
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
-_ DISCHARGE
1n" "i*tSa 'i,e !0,h d"v eSSy;
- as Administratrix of the ll.
ThZ'-^l "r? "eased'"' *'"
This ,th day of January, IH4
paUjOt^ JfeSmfflgfi"
TMfSSEi for Adminlstratrix
i i-. tV" ??i*- Miaml' -
. ,, .. .
ZELLE PEPPER
HELEN KARRI.-
. >..;,. ownei i
II kROLn ZINN
attorney I I I ;. .

'N, THE: CIRCUIT COURT OP THI
'Ketlll-t -
'' 'UN }\. Hi'.iiir,' i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
V T, ,. NAME LAW
NOTIi E IS HEREBY CIVI S
Court .,) i,...... '. I K .... fiii 1"' I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No '64*93 B
In Re I I \ll. IIP
Al.iitl.i. l;.i\. HERNSTEIN,
- k Al.l-Kl II R ItKRNHI KIN.
a.k.i \ It HERNSTEIN,
I
nd a i >n Hav-
iua Claim* .i l>..uti.i AgMlnst rwid
E '
^ f are hereby
i Da am aav
snda hi. h you. or
mai have aaalnst the
f AI.KItl I. RtlY BERN-
I i AI.EKEH It HERN-
!>TEI\ v it IIKBNKTB1N,
...tv Plor-
able fount] Judges
t (le the same In
ii i .... ikouas
1 I I I. Mllhin eight
from the date ( the
Said lalms
to -hi., ir> the legal ad-
lid lo be .tm
ented i Id, ot

\ I' IH".!.
ImlHiTHY III RNKTKIN
I 1 IV .' the |^lt Will
,,(
AI.HIKH RuY IIERN8TRIN
M.PRKIi It liKIt .
i A It ItKltNMTKIN,
SHE.NER ,. HPIELKR **""*
," Miami, Ila.
I.x.
LEGAL NOTKt
NOTICE UNDER FH
NAME LAW
NOTICE I- HEREBY i
tlie undersign, I de.ir
husine- unl. the fkrtlt
WHEEL INN UK.-TA11
W. PUgL-r Ktreet, ii
ukt name ith the '
rult t'outt n( i
MM..S AHA
. VKMCI.I.A
MANPEL 1.1 I
Attornav for A|.nlleaW
C23 W. PtagUr Street
^-COUNTY JUDGES COURT
RE: BWATE^P*""
not^oV^te'ntISn^'make
This and diy g r^wnbgr. IHI
RCTNER HCtvk, ^T'N SM1TH
..........
If yu (..ii i.

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do
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"AX K .MiAiTt I"";- -
v'.'":"'i IT P'aint.ff
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
^Si!St ra sr
ffi" LSl?Ndr? QMS "<
SHOP, at 7-int in A-N" POKPEE
intends to renter iV "' ll,""-vard
'"erk of the ('irCrr, "" w,lh "'
'"Utity, Florida. CUrt of "--I'
MAC MERMEI.I C,A*BAM CORP.
U0|Orm.y ,or AJ?f"^.int
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMC tAW
I N W -,!,!.. K S "ftrTgr i,
of th. <..?, cX$'*fwl?>'t>' 9*?
Horlda. or ^ad* Count>.
fssisu ''A.t;ski-,:7,"Aiuu
mtJ u,rX.'"CUIT COURT OF THI
rns?r.JUe?JC,A1- CIRCUIT IN AND
fSMDrcDol COUNTY, FLORIOA IN
RL'TH .., ,.N0' mm
loNK'K I- COLAVITO.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
.". v;N1, K "i-wno
. ..
:""! ... N.
that im!*E. ,.n:l;,-"V KonraoD
"I f fi.mplalnl f, l-lvorce
led agafnal yog. an.
-I to M. ve .. copy
,',.', \':;" the li.n .f Com.
> lalntlir* atloroev. And file
%Uial Answer ,. ofrk.. ,.,
l'-f..,e Ih.'l ,L "cu" '""f'.i '' "r
.el..,, ,|,e I.,,, )U> f KehrUM*. Ii4
I'll ?."* "L' *" of iii mXd
ee1^"..'.:,^'--1'' -^nasion-
Dated thisi Ulh day of January..t4.
lkathkhWa-n.
ull Court
^**i iLnaa,
Florida. "" ^ of I>-deT'o'u',7
::^iewn:--i,T1,.,:;
i,u ,,,_"'" owner ".-. i
am'^T; rVA^ n.,,.T
1/8-13-22-88^ U" l'""f" iJn.
Inc.
<8aall
il.t.i;,ii; j TA|
A|7n* !"r pl"tKf .
kJSiBpfafc**

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HZ" TO "AMI
"I'd m | |l2fiLlw ,ht I bar.
Hn.1 I'-uib.;.. fr,^Ml '*aB fa*
Thl. ,uth 4, >cNn
Attorney, (,,,, NHMJ".R
NOTICE UNDER FM
NAME L*W
NOTICE IS HI I"
the undersign. !
htiglneaa im.t. I
INTERNATIONVI, IN/
AUKNiY at H J
Miami. Pla in'en.1 t'
name with the iTeli J
I'.iUIt of I'll'
a vit.c-
i.w uhit i. Mji1
Vi.NZAMr I KI'.AVITI-
Attorneys ( \i|.lle*stt
till BeAirlt) M
i>ii-;;n -
NOTICE UNDE riCT
NAME L*
NOTICE i> I"*?8'!
the undersign. I '-;n"*i|
bualneaa und. 'i.e '^'.""TJI
HCOMIti i: v'Tr-,iL}
s.r...t. Miami I'" f,"7
later said na.-.e ;m'"J;
ilr.ult Court of t >-"
"" CAJU-TLEOAtl*
nw.vi i:
I R KATKRH
Attorney f... \
|*S3 Congress nidi
I i tt-lf f '
INT^O^g.,
IN ANO e-OR 0*?!,
FLOBIDAt INPROfATI."
In Be: aWTATEiVF^
SAP.AII BBRNHTOJ,
To All Credit......>'' '
ing Claims or Iienuast
Estate: ,_.
You. and esi h of jo*
notified and ie^"ire i^
rlsims and demands "
either of yon. ">' $.
estate of SARAH ''^
roaaad kste of New Tjr*
Tot*, to t*e "^''fldll
e. oC DaeJ* Count*. sarsr
la tfealr affires m tne
" aegdst "/>/ ""
id etalas> er *"C
legal gSdr-- ofUK
Ae> AgcWary
dasjxgttlt"
Am. MANN*
tTr AncUlary .
Vl
,. RETNII
.e-YNiiP*.;
MMSRTJatBi
IIKRMAN K. H^h*
Attorney for AW"0"
4I Unrots Rd
l/l-I*-M-Mi


MjARY 15, 1954
-JewlstirkrMlM
PAGE 11C
NOTICE
h>ER FICTITIOUS
JE LAW
(khi:hy given that
d.-xlrlnx to engage In
klii- rii-lltluu name of
pKUS, at ll) E. 24th
Kliirt'la, itii .-n. 1 to
In,, with ths Clrk of
Till f Dade County,
[y LONDON
I jiih Street. Iflaleah
6, LEVINS, ESQ.
. ii I'lntera
kd. Miami Heach. Kla.
JIT COURT OF THE
JDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
fbl COUNTY. FLOR-
INCERY. No. 1*5211
RiiiX. J'lalntlff
JN. Defendant.
|V PUBLICATION
I ( H IN
Itreet '
New York
tl< notified that a mil
|fi.' Invoice haa lieen
and you are re-
>p] of four Answer
rai'l Hill on plaintiff's
|HU i.\ S MII.I.KK. 420
llaml Beach, Kla.. and
with the Clerk of the
|nn <>r before the 9th
y. ISM, otherwise the
|lnt will be taken aa
u
mil. Florida, thla 4th
>. I I'M.
f| I.KATHERMAN.
rk of the Circuit Court,
|e i unity. Florida
K. H. RM'E. JR.
Deputy Clerk
[TO CREDITORS
ITY JUDGE*' COURT
>R OAOE COUNTY.
PROBATE, No. 11720S
Vi: OF
S'liLFI'. Pt
ml All Feraona Hav-
; or Ifnaiidi Ajjalntt
ch of you, Are hereby
quired to peasant any
Hand* which you. or
jniav have agatnt the
jam wuijtf. dun
troamtir. Florida,, to
[(i-mty Judgea of Da.de
lie the bum In their
[ounty Oonrthouae In
, Florida, within eight
h* from the date at the
hereof. Maid claims
ronialn the leg*! d-
inuNnt tuid to be eworn
. aa aforesaid, or earn*
21, AD. 1M.
th A. KIMME1.,
cutor of the Laat Will
tament of
1M WOI.FF, Deceased.
EKNBERG
kecutoi
|IT COURT OF THE
JDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
IDE COUNTY. FLOR-
ilCERV. No. 1660M
JUKKNltERO. IlalnUff
E1CNHF.RO. Defendant.
pY PUBLICATION
UREBNBCRO
kw>f>ne boulevard
lll, long Inland.
(y..rk.
HKKEHY NOTIFIED
Complaint for IMvorce
agalimt you In the
mum* and you are
mI to nerve a copy of
the Rill of Complaint
uttnrneya, and file the
office of the Clerk of
burl -.n or before the
unary. 1954; otherwise.
i ConfeMao will be enter-
bu
hall he published once
four conaecutlve weeka
riSII Fl.oltlDIAN.
la ml, Florida, thla 23rd
nl.-i i;i.-,3
H I.i:\THKRMAN.
rrk, riroult Court
IVM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
^ lilt \ MII.I.OY
Plaintiff
Building, Miami, Fla.
JNOER FICTITIOUS
IAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
laja to engage In
fi.-lltli.ua name of
l''Ti:i at 945 IVnnayl-
Mlaml Beach, Fla.. fn-
1 r "aid name with the
ircull Court of Ihde
i.
N\T'< BBNVBNUTI
we owner)
OARS, Attorneys
" Applicant
Kiel" St.
JUNDER FICTITIOUS
IName LAW
liRRBBY GIVEN that
'I. '! Miing to engage In
er lb,, fi-iIti>ujt name of
-,5,','i u ,; PIERCE. C
UNO AGENCY, at Sey-
J. Mia ml, Florida, Intend
fc'id name with the dsrk
H' "Url ..I Ihtde County,
W B I'lERCE (4)
...,i,:,vlrTKH <*>
pMj W. K. IMcroa
Wi'. ----------
ENTION
ORNEYS!
Y Ppreciate your
ige and guarantee
le service at legal
>ne 2-4366
Rood Company
Announces Tropical
Highlands Homes
Rood Construction Corporation,
under the active management and
direction of Colonel Nathan B.
Rood, longtime resident and
builder in the South Florida area,
announced this week that its 126-
home development is under way
at SW 85th Avenue and 41st Ter-
race.
The development is known as
Tropical Highlands, a site on high
and dry pine land.
Rood Construction Corporation is
attempting to incorporate in these
homes all of the features that their
experience in the building trade
and their contact with the public
has assured them are musts for
Florida living, according to Col.
Nat Rood, president
Each home is on its own lot of
75-foot frontage, contains three
bed-rooms, two baths, eight large
closets, storage and utility room,
aluminum jalousie Arnold win-
dows, terrazzo floors, Ventflex
closet doors for mildew-proof stor-
age and two large space heat-
ers in addition to the 40-gallon
double element electric hot water
heater.
The homes are going for $11,800,
with earner and extra-sue lots
slightly higher. Every lot is com-
pletely landscaped with concrete
sidewalks built in. A new elemen-
tary school is in the immediate vi-
cinity, as well as shopping centers,
bus lines and all the things that
add to a genuinely fine osmmtmrty.
Cost to the buyer actually is less
than 99 per square foot, according
to Col. Rood, for the building
alone. Financing of the houses has
been geared particularly to the vet-
eran, who is required to pay only
$650 down, with payments of $74
a month, including principal re-
duction, interest, taxes and insur-
ance.
Even the $650 down payment,
which includes closing costs, may
be paid off in installments until the
veteran takes title. The San Juan
Realty Corporation, at 2821 Coral
Way, has been appointed as sales
agents and anticipate a rapid sale
of all 126 homes.
Rood Construction Corporation
has built many of South Florida's
housing developments, including
Anderson Heights, Broadmoor Man-
or, Futuristic Homes, Churchill Es-
tates and Durham Terrace Projects.
Colonel Rood said, "It is our con-
stant goal and aim to build the
finest home for the money. We
use the best of material, the best
of fixtures and hardware."
Licia Albanese to Appear with Opera
Guild January 19th in Madame Butterfly
Oka is Speaker
Judge Kenneth Oka will be guest
speaker during a meeting of the
Friends of the Seven Lively Arts
on Friday evening at 2100 Wash-
ington Avenue. Chaim Rose is
chairman of the affair.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 165110
STEPHEN ONACILLA, Flaintlff
LOUISE [* ONACII.l.A. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LOUISE l. o.VAflLXA
1*6 Avenue A
Baynnne, New Jersey _.-._
YOU ARK HKHKIIY NOTIr*lr.I
that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce
haa been filed again** you, and you
are required to aerve a ropy of >"""
Anawer to the Hill of Complaint for
Divorce "ii tin' plaintiff'* attorney;.
OENET e> OBNjfF.* 4XQ Lincoln Road.
Miami Wench, FTorlrtH, and file the
Original Aaawer In the < iff Ire of tlic
Oerk of the ciiiuft Cfttirt, "r,,V
fore th.- hid da) at ivi.niHrv. iaf.4.
or a p... Pro "iiic'" "ill oe
entered aicaint V" ... ....
11 \ti :i i a< Miami, Klorlrta, tma Hin
" .r'.r i\kWi.m>n.
Clerk, Circuit court,
Dad* County. Honda.
By: K. II Hr.i:. Hi
Iieputy Clerk
(Seal)
\ I -I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW.....
NOTICE IH HHltKHY CIVKN that
the undet lned. deairlng to encase In
uiiHlnenH under the n. tltl.iuii name or
PRICK i-WIINKT WORKS, at lSJo
N K. ItSrd Street. North Miami. Flor-
ida. Intenda to reajlater aald name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
,^nK.TT;,i^ss"'.N"T:BTRiE8. INC.
HtiMRK U MARLOW
A^SSTtJSL jnduatrl^ 4nc ...
ii ffort Amum. Wkwi, nst*ia
ialM B. Orr, Jr.
Orr Mokes Bid
For May Primary
John B. Orr, Jr., 34-year-old at-
torney, announced last week he
will be a candidate for the state
legislature from Dade County in
the Mar primaries, seeking the
seat of Rep. Dante Fascell. who is
not running for reelection.
Fascell has announced he -will
be a candidate for the congression-
al seat of Rep. Rill Lantaff, who
is not seeking reelection.
Orr is the son of a pioneer South
Florida family, burn end educated
in the Greater Miami area. His
parents came here in 1910, and 40
years ago his father founded what
is now Miami's oldest contracting
firm, John B. Orr, Inc.
The young attorney was gradu-
ated from Miami Beach High
School, where he was president of
the student body and captain of
both the football and basketball
teams. He received the AB degree
from Duke University and, after
serving with the US Air Force dur-
ing World War II. be enrolled in
the University of Florida and re-
ceived his law degree in 1948.
He has practiced here since, with
the exception of 1951, when he was
a member of the Tallahassee firm
of former United States Senator
Claude.Pepper. He is now a mem-
ber of the local firm of Morehead,
Forrest, Gotthardt and Orr.
Orr's mother is a niece of John
Seybold, another South Florida pi-
oneer, and his uncle, Alexander
Orr, Jr., is a former mayor of the
City of Miami. 'j
He is married, has three'chil-
dren and lives at 3538 Crystal
Court, Miami. In announcing his
candidacy, Orr said he will -make
reapportionment a major objective
if he is elected.
"As the biggest, most dynamic
and fastest growing county in Flor-
ida, Dade is entitled to proportion-
ate representation in our state's
law-making and governing opera-
tions," Orr declared. "I propose to
give aggressive and vigorous rep-
resentation to all of the people
in our county. I will work to see
that they get a fairer share of re-
turns from the state from their
tax contributions."
Licia Albanese^ the radiant so-'
prano who will be heard in the >
Opera Guild of Greater Miami's
presentation of Matiame Butterfly,
scheduled for Miami Beach Audi-
torium January 19th and Dade
County Auditorium January 23rd,
is now one of the shining stars of
the Metropolitan Opera's constel-:
lation.
But that she became a singer at
all may be considered remakable,
for as a child in Bari, Italy, she
was considered the one non-tal-
ented member of a family, all of,
whom played some musical instru-(
ment or sang.
At first, she practiced singing by
heraeU from the scales that were'
being taught to her older sister.
Her singing debut was made at a
family concert, but she was so shy
that she sang with her back to the
audience. However, it was enough
to convince her father that this
voice had a great future, and he
urged her to give up dancing which
had really intrigued her and to
study voice.
After years of study, Mme. Al-
banese made an unexpected and
unexpectedly successful debut. She
had gone with a -friend in Milan
to hear a performance of Madame
Butterfly. At the hot moment, the
lead soprano was taken ill, and
the frantic stage manager learned
that there was a young girl in the
house who had studied the role.
She was brought onto the stage
and has naturally felt ever since
that Butterfly is her lucky role.
Her call to the Metropolitan
came in 1940, and since then she
has sung many and various roles,
and was one of those selected to
sing in the first Metropolitan tele-
cast.
Three seasons ago, she realized
her lifetime ambition to smg un-
der Toscanini, when the most fam-
ous maestro of her native count-
try engaged her for the leading
role in his two broadcasts com-
memorating the golden anniversary
of the premier of La Boheme.
The other feminine lead, in ad-
dition to Mme. Albanese's rendi-
tion of Cio-Cio-San, will be Metro-
politan star Thelma Altman, ap-
pearing in the role of Suzuki.
The men are all from the New
Mmt. Utim Albanett
York City Center Opera Company
Jon Crain,* who'll be the Lieu-
tenant Pinkerton, Luigi Vellucci,
the Goro, Mac Morgan, who's do-
ing Sharpless, and Edward Doe,
the Bonze.
Emerson Buckley, who'll be back
for his fifth consecutive season as
Opera Guild conductor, will wield
the baton for the chorus and or-
chestra composed of 150 members.
Also a many-times returnee is
Tony Stivanello, the stage manager
who has been putting the Guild's
operas together for eight seasons.
The local production staff in-
cludes Bruce Davis, chorus direc-
tor, William LeDoux. assistant
chorus director; Lina Maddaford,
pianist; Harry Joslin, stage man-
ager; Jack Schleeman, scenic art-
ist; and Walter Grossman, associ-
ate conductor.
Magazine Awards Gould
Homes on Kitchen Planning
The January issue of Woman's
Home Companion magazine car-
ries illustrations of Erail J. Gould's
Watersedge Subdivision at NE 91st
Terrace and Biscayne Bay. Gould
is president of Housing Engineers
of Florida, builders of the subdi-
vision.
When he announced plans for
Watersedge, Gould submitted his
kitchen plans on five of the model
homes to the. home equipment edi-
tor of the magazine, asking for
frank criticism.
According to Gould, he accept-
ed a-number of suggestions for
changes in the kitchen layouts. The
January issue incorporates the^re-
arrangement of refrigerator, sink
and range that Gould accepted
without question.
Each of the five model homes
has been given an Award of Merit
for good kitchen prancing.
Monterrey Motel
Opens on Causeway
An exclusive area for estates and
costly residences the Venetian
Causewayis now the site of Mi-
ami Beach's first centrally-located
motel, which opened officially last
weekend.
Known as the Monterrey Resort
Motel, the new motel features re-
sort hotel facilities, including
swimming pool, central air condi-
tioning and heating, coffee shop,
lobby and game room, waterfront
fishing docks and its own charter
fishing boat fleet.
A cocktail lounge and additional
rooms will be added to the new
motel next Spring, according to
its owners, Arthur Courshon, Mich-
ael Steckloff, Jack Gordon, Jack R.
Courshon and Milton Gaynor. The
Courshons and Steckloff also oper-
ate the Neptune Resort Motel
which opened last June.
Bob London, who worked at
the Carousel Room in New
York with Milton Berle for
two years and two years
with Martha Rctye at the 5
o'clock Club in the Ted Wills
Quartet, now appears in the
Zodiac Room at the Delano
Hotel.
f H Students
Appear in Kwiial
Joan Cornberg, pianist, Marion
Seifert, lyric soprano, and Betty
Keator, flutist, were presented
in recital by the University of Mi-
ami School of Music at Beaumont
Hall last week.
All three of these students are
members of the local chapter of
Sigma Alpha Iota, professional
music fraternity. Miss Cornberg is
a pupil of Jeffrey Stoll. Miss Sei-
fert studies with Robert Crawford
and Miss Keator, with John Paul
Murphy.
In addition to performing a
group of solos each, they pre-
sented a closing group of composi-
tions for voice, flute and piano.
Accompanists will be Betty Hasel-
tine for Miss Seifert and Alfrieda
Ford for Miss Keator.
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