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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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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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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
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IE 28Number 4
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 22. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
r^BI jf
Federation Announces 1954 I
Goal; $1,491,806 to be Sought
tr. Abba HUM Slhr
. wont fight Svit
igress May
>ose Plans
(Arm Arabs
[YORK (JTA) Secretary
John Foster Dulles may
pi,-; opposition in Congress
ported plans to send Amer-
to Iraq and Saudi Arabia
lests on the part of Israel,
ndicated in well-informed
sre.
concern over these plans
^eyed to Secretary Dulles
Ambassador Abba Eban
tend in the course of a 45
[conversation in the State
Bent. Mr. Eban emphasized
Ki and Saudi Arabia are
Illy still at war with the
'State and unlike the
rab states have not even
ed an armistice agreement
|Ml.
auld be a most inopportune
for any action designed to
ken the military equipment
member of the Arab
Mr. Eban was reported
told Mr. Dulles. He drew
ention of the Secretary of
the recent statement by
} King of Saudi Arabia sug-
Ihat the Arab nations
[sacrifice 10,000,000 of their
j"to wipe out Israel."
Israel Ambassador indicated
pel is alarmed over Ameri-
lus to supply arms to the
countries, because arms
|to one of the members of
ab League may be shared
Jail members under a secur-
pt signed by all Arab coun-
Ile also pointed out to Sec-
ies that a grant of arms
^rab states would be at var-
nth the tripartite declara-
ble United States, Britain
ranee on May 25, 1950 ac-
to which the Big Powers
seek to prevent an arms
nong Israel, and the Arab
arning against giving Ameri-
is to Arab states was voiced
fcekend by Dr. Abba Hillel
[ addressing 600 Zionist lead-
Boston at a dinner tendered
honor. He stated that Unit-
:nlinued on Pag* SA
A record-breaking camp aign
goal of $1,491,806 was announced
early this week for the 1954 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal in the Great
er Miami area by Carl Weinkle,
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, the agency
which conducts the annual drive
here.
The amount, he said, was ap-
proved by the Board of Governors,
after more than 100 community
leaders heard a detailed report by
Harold Thurman, chairman of the
Budget Committee.
Fifty-four agencies will be bene-
ficiaries of this year's Appeal,
Thurman indicated. The Budget
Committee received applications
from 60 agencies for inclusion in
this year's campaign, of which six
were rejected. Reason for the in-
creased campaign quota over last
year was due to the expansion of
the health and welfare programs
of Greater Miami's local agencies
resulting from the growth of
Greater Miami, and the increased
needs in Israel, Thurman pointed
out.
Aaron M. Kanner, general chair-
man of the campaign, accepted the
goal figure on behalf of the Appeal
and expressed confidence that the
mark would be attained. In 1953
a total of $1,250,000 was allocated
to 46 beneficiary agencies, it was
reported.
Major benefactor will be the
United Jewish Appeal which In-
cludes the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, the United Israel Appeal
and the United Service for New
Americans, agencies which extend
relief and aid to Jewish immi-
grants in Israel and in the Middle
East, as well as to newcomers to
America.
On the basis of pro-campaign
budgeting, the sum of $600,000
has been allocated to the United
Jewish Appeal, providing the goal
is met.
The United Jewish Appeal is
this year engaged nationally in a
five-point program which will re-
quire an expenditure of $119,921,-
150 by its three constituent agen-
cies. The program aims to:
Strengthen Israel's economy
through the establishment of 30
new rural settlements, the irri-
gation of land, the construction
of 10,000 permanent housing
units and the provision of tech-
nical agrarian guidance.
Provide for 100,000 immi-
grants awaitng fnal settlement
on the land and hasten the final
integration into Israel's econ-
omy of 120,000 recent immi-
grants.
Speed the movement to Israel
of 20,000 distressed men, women
and children from tension areas
in North Africa, Central and
Western Europe.
Provide food, clothing, shel-
ter and medical assistance to
165,000 sick and impoverished
men, women and children in
Europe.
Assure reception, settlement,
adjustment and other aid in the
United Etates for 10,000 recent
or expected refugee newcomers.
Local or Greater Miami institu
tions will receive $470,000 accord-
ing to recommendations of the
Budget Committee. These agencies
include Mount Sinai Hospital, Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, Bureau of
Jewish Education, Jewish Social
Service Bureau (vocational service
and sheltered workshop programs),
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center and National Council of
Jewish Women (New Americans
and welfare program).
A further breakdown on use of
funds raised include Israel institu-
tions such as Hadassah, Pioneer
Women's Organization, HIAS and
National Committee for Labor Is-
rael$33,850.
For service and cultural organ-
izations such as National Jewish
Welfare Board, B'nai B'rith Na-
tional Youth Service Appeal and
others$19,250.
Religious and educational in-
stitutions will receive an allocation
of $16,000. Included in this cate-
gory are such educational centers
as Yeshiva University, Dropsie
College, the Hebrew Theological
College at Chicago and the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions.
Eisenhower 'Undecided' on
McCarran Act Revisions
WASHINGTON (JTA) Presi-
dent Eisenhower said this week
that there was nothing significant
about the omission from his State
of the Union message of any ref-
erence to need for amendment of
the McCarran Walter Immigration
and Naturalization Act and indi-
cated that this question was still
under study.
The question was raised at the
White House press conference by
Milton Friedman, head of the JTA
Washington Bureau, who asked the
President whether "you still favor
revision of the McCarran-Walter
Immigration Act and whether there
was anything significant in your
omission of this item from your
State of the Union message?"
The President replied that there
was nothing significant in its omis-
sion and, that as a matter of fact,
there had been many things omit-
ted, and he thought he had stated
that some of these things that had
been omitted would be the sub-
ject of later comment.
The President added it happen
ed that this year, up until this
?Hsher to Leave on Tour of Israel Sunday
d K. Shochet. editor and publisher of The Jewish Floiidian.
ave Miami by plane Sunday evening on the first hop o
to Israel. In New York, he will be briefed on the 18-day
JA the Jewish State for the" purpose of studying and writing
It conditions there. Wednesday evening, Shochet wiJI em-
on an El AI transoceanic flight. The trip is bung mdVP
Citation of the Government of Israel. He will mee w th
lent Itxhak Ben-Zvi In Jerusalem, retired Prune Mincer
Id Ben-Gurion and Mrs. Ben-Gurion in Sdeh Boker, Prime
*r Moshe Sharett and other Israeli officials.
time, the details of any studies
made on the McCarran Act by the
responsible departments had not
been submitted to him. And there-
fore, he said, whether he was going
to recommend immediate revision,
he could not say for certain.
The President's stand on the
question was in sharp distinction
to the stand he had publicly taken
during the 1952 presidential cam-
paign. His statement here this
week was interpreted to mean that
the President was not sure that
the legislation had to be revised
and that his decision would largely
depend on recommendations made
to him by the "responsible depart-
ments."
During the election campaign.
Gen. Eisenhower had called tor re-
vision of the McCarran-Walter leg-
islation which he denounced as a
"blasphemy against democracy."
Meanwhile, a powerful voice was
raised within the President's own
party for revision of the immigra-
tion legislation. Senator Robert C.
Hendrickson, of New Jersey, ad-
dressing a meeting at Montclair,
called for revision of the act "in
the American spirit of courage, hu-
manity and freedom, and not in a
frightened atmosphere of suspicion
and withdrawal from reality."
The senator charged that in
many instances, administration of
the law is "harsh and arbitrary"
and infringes on the traditional
standards of fair play. He remind-
ed his audience of New Jersey
clubwomen that, except for the
Indians, all Americans are "immi-
grants or the descendants of im-
migrants."
Congressman CtUer
. "brins Jordan to terms"
United Nations
Delays Debate
On Complaint
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Vig-
orous diplomatic activity was initi-
ated this week by the Israel dele-
gation at the United Nations fol-
A major allocation will be made j lowing a sudden postponement of
a meeting of the UN Security
Council scheduled for further dis-
cussion of the Israel-Syrian dispute
over the Jordan waters used by Is-
rael for its hydroelectric project.
The discussion was slated for re-
sumption under a Security Council
decision of last month. However,
Dr. Charles Malik, chairman of the
Security Council for this month, an-
nounced that at the request of the
Western Big Three he had put off
the meeting for a week.
The Big Three are the sponsors
of a joint resolution at the Secur-
ity Council which is acceptable to
Israel but not to Syria. It was re-
ported that they felt they had not
secured a sufficiently wide basis
for support of their resolution and
wanted more time for behind-the-
scenes negotiations. A British
spokesman confirmed that "ex-
changes are continuing."
As a result of the new situation.
Ambassador Abba Eban, head of
the Israel delegation at the UN,
conferred with Andrei Vishinsky,
head of the Soviet delegation, who
at previous Council sessions had
expressed strong opposition to the
Big Three resolution, arguing that
Israel's hydroelectric development
Continued en Pas* 2 A
in the 1954 campaign to the im-
portant civic defense or protective
agencies which combat anti-Semi-
tism and build better community
relations throughout the country
by means of educational programs.
The sum of $43,000 is allocated to
this group of beneficiaries which
includes Joint Defense Appeal
(Anti-Defamation League and
American Jewish Committee),
Continued on Paso 3 A
Measures to tighten up one part
of the immigration legislation was
taken by the House Judiciary Com-
mittee last week. The effect of
the changes, according to commit
t e e chairman Chauncey Reed
would prevent "undesirable" al-
iens from remaining in the coun-
try and would speed action on pri-
vate member bills to allow desir-
able aliens to remain.
Rep. Reed explained that under
Continued on Hag* 5 A
Convalescing UN soldiers at the 48th Mobile Surgical Army
Hospital in Korea plant grass and flowers with seeds provided
them by the B'nai B'rith Organization, international fraternal
order.


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FHIDAY.
JANUARY,
PAGE 2A
McuriB f E *tf2ft3SK
400 Civic
Arthur Godfrey will be honored K Yor
I
M Vice Pres. the WSJ** u>iness and
ben Bart.ey.Ch.ef Ju,^^.;- ^ AppM,. the an-
0 Dougla>. Senator Wa>ne whicn ^ves M wtal
^fSSS ,iw* -ncie, and many
local tossttut.ow Sam J. Heiman^
. vecume. i> chairman ol
Piw-ion. and
iSSk rum, nualdnve^ch-rve-J
'___u-iA. aeennes and
aod a h o I t of
famed per*< bit* '" '
of relision and literature
Weinkle express apprecia-
tion of Godfrey-* acceptance to
the affa: "e |*al,wd
rderl
ctpt "
: onne
.,,.: Miami attorney
h.urman
..! opportunity
ill
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Hadassah Plans Annual Dinner at
Beachcomber; Tucker, Hutton Star
bv the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
eration on January 28th for out-
standing service to his fellow-man
and to his community
Announcement of Godfrey"- ac
ceptance of the invitation I
tend the banquet was made b>
Weinkle. president ol the local
Federation. The oreanwat.
the central communal body
represents major religious, fra-
ternal and social welfare organiza-
tions of the area.
Six of Greater Miami's leading
i-inessmen l.ave been named to
the arrangements committee in
charge of the dinner honoring God
fray. WeJakle said that Sam Blank.
Sam Fnedland. Max Orovitz. H<>
ard Kane. John Serbin and Louis
Heiman have accepted major post!
with the committee.
Reached by local leaders in
charge of the affair. Godfrey ex-
Bed his appreciation for the
unique honor accorded him by
the Miami Beach group and said
he looked forward to bein^ there
to participate in the program.
This is the first time in the
16-year history of the community
agency that an entertainer has
ten selected to receive this type
; -ingular recognition, according
to Weinkle.
Some of the nations leading
dignitaries in the fields of law.
nment, welfare and educa-
:. honored
: dinni rs I
include Judge S its of
I'N Delays DeBate
On Syrian Complaint
Continued from Page 1 A
f the Jordan waters
.nto American hand- MemN
I delegation- I d at
!he Security Council were
-een today by Israeli diploma* -
Also Amba- Kidron. member of the I.-rael dele-
gation, conferred with I'N Seen
tary General Dag Hammarskjold
on Jordan* opposition to direct
talks with Israel under Article XII
jf the armistice agreement. Such
a meeting is mandatory and the
responsibility for convoking lies
with the UN Secretary General. In
Washington, Congressman Eman-
uel Celler issued a statement urg-
ing that the US delegation at the
UN act -immediately" to have the i,.ss than one third of them, the' teaching hi
Security Council -'bring Jordan to affair i-expected to be a complete cording to Mr- I.iitn
sellout. The program for that eve- Systematic denU
nd its people." said
kle. announcing banquet
here Monday. "He
community to his
have taken him
,mr- It will be
wra) of paying
Arthur Godfrey
Wein-
plans
has taken our
heart and we
completely Id
Greater Miami's
Ju tribute to
for his devoted
and continued service to his fel-
low man in a thousand different
ways, regardless of their race,
creed or religion."
Business and Professional Di-
vision chairman Sam J. Heiman
predicts that more than 400 civic
leader- and business executives
will attend the function in the
Flagler CenterL
Fanny Get YrU
Ftefler^ranada iJA
munity Center m^TT1
fc*0 ve rel>earii|
coaiittg musical -- ---
Get Your" Gun. to be^
w ,.r.A^roii as a re ui atiena uu- iuikui
*** V I^Kla Room of the Saxony Hotel.
IZFA Collects Technical
Books for Israel Schools
The University of Miami Chapter
of IZFA. the Inter-collegiate Zion-
isl Federation of America, is cur-
rently sponsoring its third annual
book drive
Books covering such subjects as
mathematics, engineering, science,
philosophy and medicine, as well as
other texts of a technical nature,
are urgently needed for use at the
Hebrew University and the Haifa
TVchnmn in Israel, according to
Miss Jackie Golden, drive chair-
:..in
Mi-- Golden has announced that
rtin-far over 500 books, toward a
goal of 1.000, have been collected.
The success of the drive de-
pends on the contributions receiv-
ed from the Greater Miami area."
she explained. Persons wishing to
contribute may phone 9-6372 for
additional information or may
books at 135 NW 3rd Avenue
on p(k
the center
22nd
The show, written bj-
tleaon and Mi rum ^k*
directed by Ed kj
Bush as production
Members east thus
Wynn Lapm, Fran lmi
salie Hirshberg, \,
Robert Tauher. The
nada Women's Chon|]
also participate.
The Center has
sen ted South Atlantic* fl]
TV and the annual V
night variety shows
Proceeds for Ioj|]
Tamara Chapter.
en, will hold a card pirn]
day evening .,t the R
Proceeds are for the I
scry Home in Israel,
the chapter
Making plans for the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah
dinner at the Beachcomber on January 31st are Mrs. living
Westin (left) and Mrs. Joseph W. Littman, chairman.
Mrs Joseph Littman. Hadassah
Medical Organization chairman of
the Greater Miami Chapter of Ha-
dassah, announced th:- week that
final arrangements are being com-
pleted for the annual dinner-dance
to be held by the group on Sun-
day, January 31st. 6:30 p.m
the Beachcomber.
hospitals in Jerusalem, Safed and
Beersheba to which Hadassah
-end- American drugs and equip-
ment. Hadassah also maintains a
chain of over 100 health stations,
a third of them in cooperation with
government authorities It i- pi
at oneering anew in a control group
of community health center- in
IlilLU'l AZA
\:iiiii*s Officer*
Hillel AZA held its semi-annual
elections at the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center The following were
named to office:
Aleph Godol. Murrey Kane;
Aleph S'gan. Arthur (' Jacobson;
Aleph Mazkir. Marvin Aronofi;
Aleph Gisbor, Sheldon Kanzer;
Aleph Mazkir. Jules I.ipp. Aleph
Shotare Godol. Paul Klite; Aleph
Shotare Kotoae, Kdmund Parnes;
and Parliamentarian, Lester Melt-
zer.

DAY WORHJ|
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Tim* w Prh*M|
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350 Lincoln Bail
Menanina PhewM
Cniranca on Wuhtissj
OCULISH
Proscriptions F1
Lenses and Fn
Duplicated
Large Selec*eoas|
Styles
S. J. Freedman
& >I. Rophun
HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington At*.
Miami Beach
Between Fourth and Fifth Sta.
Habraw Religious Suppllaa
For Synagogues and Private
Use, AJao tor Hebrew School*.
mN "C1D
Telephone 5-1017
Israel Certificates
With 3.500 members in the Mi- lne Jerusalem Tel Aviv corridor \
ami Chapter of Hadassah and the "here I (rash concept of prevents ?
Beachcomber able to accommodate' ,'v<* medicine, social welfare and >
f
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AUTO LOCK A HARDWARE
been designed, ac-
. treatment is
ning will include the present lop extended to all elementarv Khool
beaduners, Sophie Tucker and children in Jerusalem b) the Na
Betty Hutton. than and Lena Straus Dental ll>
Assisting Mrs Littman will be s*tena Clinic. Examinations and
the HMD chairmen of the various treatment- are Iree Clinics Ira
groups The Mesdamet Irving Na ten held m Sex Hygiene and Or-
thanson, Deborah; Ruth B Good- thopedu-
man^ Hanna Sene-eh; ( ele Rosen, The Hadassah Hebrew I'niver-
uiZ -uloW:Aar"n Coorshon, sit) Medical Scl.....I a.....pened in
Sarrv iS?ESS?*^!** Ma> lW wlth ""Mam* 5
Berkow^ L S P?? 5 rtttd,ntl ,nd n"w h^ a Uldeill
n.,.. o haloma;and J^'Ph.budy of over 400. Most of the
L. man. Stephen S. ,-e | gra(lu.,., ,|l(. ^^ 'Jj
froceeds from the dinner-dance! Nursing School are now lervini in
toward maintaining the seven I institutions all over the country,
many in key positions.
Hada-sah- u,,rk isra,,i ,.
elude- bealdtt the medical health
Projects, a vocational educational
lystem, rehabilitation and resettle
"'nt Of youth refugee- ,n I.r.,e|
and redemption and reforestation
"f l;,nd H* I'Uman added
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INUARY 22, 1954
^Jewlstrhr/dOan
PAGE 3 A
mf man to Address Florida JWV
srly Convention at Richfer Kofei
Imnn. executive director
p.-h War Veterans of the
es, will attend the quar-
jit ion of the Department
JWV and address the
delegates on Sunday,
|th. 10 a.m., at the Rob-
Hotel.
a past national com
|JWV and holder of the
rial Medal of Honor, will
with commanders and
the State Department
Ft a clinic for post com
nd junior officers.
I, Department Command
Tla, America Legion, will
\v and address the con-
guest of the Jewish War
I Bruce Brown Post, Mi-
be host post. Arrange
|bnnj; directed by Oscar
I Miami Post commander,
[Marks, junior vice corn-
was first sergeant of
308th Infantry, 77th
the First World War.
attalion was part of this
\v was welterweight box-
un of his division and
as the best top kick in
i was awarded the Con,
| Medal of Honor, when
er of a patrol, he went
chine gun nest which
Ing the advance of his
\\ the men in this patrol
I or wounded and he was
I from them. His right
pattered by machine gun
in spite of this, he ad-
the machine gun nest
. throwing hand gre-
his left hand and fin
ng up to the nest with
ristol, after having caus-
the enemy to retreat,
number killed and
knd capturing one man
pned.
p<>u to this, he was award-
by all of the other Allied
countries for his many other he-
roic actions in the w;ir.
At one time. Kaufman ran away
from a hospital where he was a
patient due to a wound receive.I
in action, and he returned to his
company, again entering the front
lines.
He was national commander of
the Jewish War Veterans of the
United States of America for two
consecutive terms, has been state
commander of the Disabled Amer-
ican Veterans of the Department
of New Jersey and is also a mem-
ber of the American Legion.
Family Choir to Appear
On Forum of Air
The Cantor Samuel Maiavkky
Family Choir will be guests' on the
Jewish Forum of the Air, accord-
ing to Simon Seiden. program di-
rector. They will be heard Sun-
day morning, 10:30 a.m.. over sta
MOO WMIE, in a preview appear-
ance before their Tuesday evening,
January 26th, concert at the Dade
County Auditorium.
Beach Lodge to Hear *j
Rabbi Steiman Tuesday
Weekly luncheon meeting of
Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
will be held on Tuesday, January
26th, 12:15 p.m., at the National
Hotel. Rabbi Sidney Steiman,
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Hillel, Mattapan, Massachusetts,
who is in Florida on a vacation,
will be guest speaker. His sub-
ject will be: JcwishnessBy Birth
Or Character.
ten *af
Vturt'lls to Give
truncheon Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Powell
will be hosts to Club No. 2 of the
Pioneer Women's Organization on j
Sunday afternoon, January 24th,
1 p.m. They will hold a luncheon
at their home, 624 95th Street.
Guest speakers will be Mrs. Ab-
raham Hamlin and Mrs. Lena
Greenberg. Proceeds are for the
Youth Village in Cannot, Israel.
Mrs. Powell is president of Club
No. 2.
Leo Eisenstein has been elect-
ed president of the Miami
Beach Board of Realtors. Eis-
enstein has been active in
local business, civic and phil-
anthropic activities for many
years. He is a member of the
Board of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, has been
active in official capacities
in the B'nai B'rith organiza-
tion, is on the Chamber of
Commerce and belongs to
the Shrine.
1,806 is Goal Set by CJA for 1954
Committee Lists Allocations
iutd from Pag* 1 A
Jewish Congress, Jew-
Committee, Jewish War
land the National Com-
plations Advisory Coun-
ts included in the 1954
Jewish Appeal are
Jewish Education, Jew-
for the Aged, Greater
wish Community Center,
u ee Program and Voca-
fcpartment, Mount Sinai
(National Council Jewish
American Friends Hebrew
American Communica-
Ifemann Institute, Ameri-
Inion Society, American
rael Institutions, Ezras
adassah. HIAS.
Community Labor Is-
fceer Women's Organiza-
perican Association for
(iucation, B'nai B'rith Na-
tional Youth Service Appeal. His-
t ad ruth Ivrith of America, Jewish
Occupational Council, Leo N. Levi
Memorial Hospital, National Jew-
ish Welfare Board, Yiddish Scien-
tific Institute, Dropsie College.
H e b rew Teachers Training
School for Girls, Hebrew Theo-
logical College, Jewish Teachers
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During The Week % i S|
By LIO MINOLIN
FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher Volume 28
LEcTmINDLIN .................................. News Editor
Friday. January 22. 1954
Shevat 18. 5714
Lesf We Forgot
The State Department, we suppose, can if it
wishes, forget how impractical it would be to
crrn the Arab nations at this time while failing
to arrange for a similar military program with
Israel.
It can forget all about Mr. Dulles own warn-
ing at the conclusion of his Near Eastern fact
finding tour last year when he described the
delicate imbc'ance prevailing there and can
continue to push for arms shipment to the
Arabs which Mr. Dulles now so vigorously de-
mands.
The State Depar'rr.ent can ignore the King
body conum need
to de -- ves cf
2 deaf ear
lem leaders
by in-
. anti-
i bettei
Abba
The ::.~reas-
nudience
the Arabi wore of no help to the
they failed to
:.;:. the ricu during the kasl war, in many in*
Elczces belpag them and that they would cer-
maintrrin this pattern of disloyalty in the
evenl :: Communist aggress.on
Rabbi Silver*! obseiiatfcm is irrefutable. In
: an government's search for friends, its leader-
:-.-..: shew the most profound disreaard at this
time for its closest ally in the Near. EastIsrael.
or*'
author,
ONLY ONE AT THE PEACE TABLE
Uun-ai Offers ConrM-N
ERAL MONTHS AGO. I CAME across ,
mis And Christ, by Rabbi G. George Foil1
thought about it in this column. The author- reply ^
Number 4 |asj W,.K I don't blame Rabbi Fox for being angry [uj
right to show his ruffled feathers, and under ordinj-t,
_________ I would never think of answering him. When a 1
book 1 marks about it he cant help putting up a vigorous,
few examples in the history of literature where au
not come to verbal blows.
But Rabbi Fox's reply to my column forces u
For one thing, it is personally insulting, and insult aJ
weapon employed on the battlefield of letters, not the)
not begin by challenging the integrity of a critic; nor i
by questioning his right to criticise. If the author f
must rest his case on his superior intellect, on his ,
knowledge and on his unflinching belief in the worts'*!
has written.
A writer must be prepared to accept criticism fromi
his primary motive is to be read; for if he indulges oa|
public in his ability, he has no other alternative. To |
criticism while shunning negative opinion is the road I
But there is an even more cogent reason I have irj
Rabbi Fox. He has no need of my moralizing, as he ah
in his letter. It is that I find myself slightly sickened|
prevalent in some "intellectual circles," and I want
As a Rabbi, the author shows no humility in his con
does i of suggest the value of his point of view; he
He does not defend his book from my criticism on an i
arj plane; he merely vilifies me.
RABBI FOX SAYS THAT HI assumes I am you*'
lit v< must result in neutralizing my column on The JeaJ
Christ "because only youth has the temcnt> to pr<>now|
upon subjects with which it has only a superficial
seems to me that age, too. has such temerity tor Rabbi
Emeritus of South Shore Temple in Chicago. prooosMal
upon me although we have never met, and he assumes m\
certain fields of knowledge despite the fact that we ai|
course, engaged in mutual discussion.
I respectfully beg Rabbi Fox only to give me time si,
great sin of being young; but a few years more, and if
ated.
In the body of his defense, the author restates hit |
believe that as time goes on, the Jews will increasing I
among their great teachers." He cites as support fur this I
The Bureau of Jewish Education and the Uni-
versity of Miami are to be congratulated for the Montefiore. Dr. Emil G. Hirsch. Dr. Kauf'mann Kohkr,
bold step they are taking in announcing courses Eneleow and Dr Stephen S. Wise. Then Rabbi Fox
in Hebrew language and civilization that will Mmdlin doesn't know the literature on the subject.be
be given at the Bureau's building on NW 3rd ru>ni'd "*' making a banal reference to the eighteenti
Avenue Alexander Pope, and his work. Essay On Man. rFoob'
The courses will be applicable toward degree fJfeU fe" t0 ,read ", Thls U M txuople of very "
Arthur (sodfrpv
The Business and Professional Division of
the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal will gather
Thursday evening at the Saxony Hotel to be-
come apprised once again of the significance
cf the CJA drive locallv, nationally and over- credit nnH win"h'o ^.M^k^o"1 luwuIa ae seas. Y Thk In TJw? T3 Y U Peronn1- ,r""> "'> disinclination to accept the position of the*
As we see it, this story can not be repeated a? un'ver8,tY s constantly as I must continue to reject Rabbi Fox's. It doss not
expanding programs and the increasing aware- then or that 1 am now unacquainted with them
imJ'J5 f7TJf?- ,ha' L,he rle lhe r,niJ"n *"h *"'' th-t the Jews will not xffl
IM must include leadership m the area of deal- then to do so would bs to fly in the face ol two!
-qh, and we are certcin that Miam-
ians engaged in business and professional ac-
vill respond with the sort of gen-
:.g the occus:-
:
on of
Ins ^
ina with community needs.
The announcement also emphasir
martyrdom and to give up an identity that has made t
the annals ol history Of course. Rabbi Pox will again
gree of maturity that our Bureau of Jew. terete his statement in his
cation has attained. Most significant is I ol his .1. -u-' teachings is neither i w nor
I call UM the Rabbi to qualify
broM
>0

that he is nro-
red to take time out from his rigorous radio
and television schedule to fly here for the
Thusrday evening affair. His showmanship re-
:.ec Is the entertainer's human belief in the prin-
ciples of democracy and freedom everywhere
Mr. Godfrey, as quest of honor, will emphasize
the larger meaning of the 1954 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal.
Egypt "Explains' Blockade
The Egyptian Official Gazette this week "ex-
plained the reason for the government's anti-
Israel blockade policy. The reasoning is as
complicated as the methods employed to seize
and confiscate all shipments to the Jewish State
round in Egyptian waters.
As we understand it, the Gazette notes that
modern wars are characterized by total eco-
nomic mobilization and that it is becomhq in-
creasingly difficult to make any distinction be-
-n military personnel and civilian popula-
It has also become customary, the Gazette
conhnue., to regard all imports of a belligerent
? 1 T^ contraband. For this "reason."
it! S rgQn COnchldes' Egypt is taking
ten measures against Israel to attain the de
sired end.
bringing home to the area at large
I for qualified, well trained Sun '"" : "' ,h*' vali'tity of th I
leathers. The courses to be aiven ** "h,,u,d l,K'
d more comclete standard rTf". *nich ,he au,bor '' '"' >um*
mq for such teachers : '' "'"' '
Miamians will be the HWt w *hould "uJ,,n>y r*J* ,he l,r""',r> ~"m
iKia ;;. J. ,,, ,direct beneficiaries o! .,-,,
BuJZalTlTuIeiP hd^*' <"* m tec many revered Babb. of -
.hat has become ZZ1 Y i"'" SerVC a need Md "hoU '" ** the Jews can turn to BM
the oast tZ,TJ, lnCr.easin^'y PMing during ''''"< Including a man who became enshroud,,! b, mess
nTereJ Z Y As a means ol "timulatinq R,fbbi Fo" 1otei from Britain's Mr. Pope, pensw
J neW courses- 'e Bureau has an '" lhal c,,untr> '^ '-"r< Herbert, the de ReliK>"nc Lak.sU
to wortt Ss,unden,sn if S^? ^'-^ips "^ "U"n,h ^ ** -vement.
i oiuacms. n seems to us that th
Bureau ,s to be doubly commended on th's
?1I##M
score.
I->l SaluKvs Music >|nlh
The University of Miami Symphony Orch
ranfn
es-
RABBI FOX'S MAJOR DEFINSI RISTS on a very I
unction, wherein he asMits that I confused his major I
Jews will never accept Jesus as the MessUh. he a|r**J
"", '"""Phecy of his inevitable acceptance in the role
^.lue ol JesUs |n ( hristianity is as s symbol of messsij|
ne Homan Church glorifies Jesus as s religious philwj
abbi Fox to St. Thomas Aquinas and the Summa Th
The authors clinching argument lies in his very
-fare To i^CZl^^^- ",uhV ^^^STSS -nivenjj
'eninq at the Miami Beach and Dnd r Y /"I. ^ i$ charmin objectivity, but it dees not J
uditoriums. "d Dade Coun'y '.SMn,'al fac ,n m>' own teaching at a uaviversity, I *"
^enchanted when I discovere,
-h. Germany. numbors among its ranks many
Stale reflects """' comPetent lecturer, I i
's fellow citi- d "uaran,' >t that fact.
even
A
M
and
rhfserSmWaSb0r,,inMunic.G
jsfSSi'ityf-.vf
i teaching t
n enchanted when I discovered that the prol,-s.on. l^B
hacks. While I am
can not take his quaiuw
nS^i^^Ll^- Solved .ionVnSl^^s'tw^
that a war does not exist at this time. It
concepts
ligerent state
1 !''">. the Rabbi makes reference to my P"'u
Jllrngn. ,0 carry en the grudge against the hrutolg,
,, I refer him to two thousand yean o\^
**d by an evil spirit, they are habitusl murder**
Israel, for example, is no. a "bel W k S1"8^1 "">- now develnn 9 reHeC-
r no note is taken of ,L lac phTnv oSk' Th Uni^' E,'", *
Bnter^^t" Qnd ^-nductol'S;. fr'
was
?cn?fJ?w mil,,aryjwhich bgqed for armis-
llfl n a^^ 'outed on the field of battle in
w9 .' I J6 fmd 8tran^e ,hat ,he govern-
merit should want to continue a conflict in which
mark's ^JT H"mlv A*iMt "" J'ws' *! ^'Jb!*
arKs So whenever the Jew tells you it wss men "* ,
to be commend^7UCTr Mr Jhn "tilT. Tn Who Pitted against us. say to him tWjJ.
to honor the Musi? uS? 'r ,heir decision,""" n,rt hve ">> war unle God hi permitted^|
performance of Mr. fcnLwr wi,h ,h*Le It'" h,Ve no Prt ^ PP^ Fvor of **2
Israel. ^n-Haun Fanfare To Jew h T"-/* J% ***** ** P1"' '^
If should prove ------------ iin R*b>i F<,x feels so Inclined, he i* ec0^-
prove a worthwhile mvuiCQ,
xperi-
I find little satisfaction in the process of begguuJ J
Iftuscau v** J^C SLZZliL U s f*r*


IARY 22. 1954
*-Jmsifhrtdlnn
PAGE 5 A
l-hbone to be Guest of Honor
ten's Division Kick Off Event
jne, world-renown
[guest of honor and
Iker at the kickoff
rnt of the Combined
Women's Division,
[announced by Divi-
aen, Mrs. Jack A.
Irving tahrman.
spotlight with Mr.
be Ruth Gruber,
fcspondenl, world-tra-
l>or.
Tea, traditionally
| a series of brilliant
pvents, will be ^ield
ncf of Mrs. Robert Z.
Pinetree Drive, on
nary 25th. 2:30 p.m.
[of the affair are the
ouis Glasser, David
Luby and Robert Z.
for his fine per-
the stage and screen,
evision, Mr. Rathbone
ellbinding audiences
lil Rofhbone
}gan his stage career
18 His name is most
ted with the role of
detective Sherlock
\w he has personified
en and over the air.
some 47 roles in 22
in plays in his na-
(d before coming to
kurniK World War I,
lice with the Liverpool
kimcnt and won the
BSV
|snns ago. Mr. Rathbone
st star to introduce
in-the-round to
^idiences with his per-
I assiui in Julius CM
motion picture suc-
|"(led David Copper-
inch, Captain Blood
I ina. in which he
nth Greta Garbo.
|>n to Sherlock Holmes.
portrayed for seven
Itathbone's notable
f' has included appear
palvalcade Of America,
uild Of The Air, the
|y show and the Fred
He now appears fre-
tclevision in dramatic
bone's interest in hu-
causes led him to un-
as present assignment
?mbined Jewish Appeal.
kkovsky is Speaker
fPter. Mizrachi Women,
supper party on Sun-
||8. January 24th, 6 p.m..
El Congregation. The
I be held to mark the or-
|* sixth anniversary, ac-
Mrs. Rose Pertes, presi-
n speaker will be Rabbi
Rcckovsky, Beth Tfilah
eader. Proceeds are for
Nn's Village and Farm
Kanana. Israel.
the I rndeetded on
.Met arran Ae.t
Continued from Pg 1 A
the present system, deportation
Epstein, Weksler Named Chairmen of
Town, Beach Branch Planning Councils
Mitt Kulh Grwktr
Miss Gruber has been a special
correspondent to the New York
Herald Tribune and is the author
of the recent best seller, Israel
Without Tears. She has recently
returned from her fifth trip to the
j Jewish State.
The book, Israel Without Tears,
has been hailed by critics as Miss
Gruber s finest work. It telN the
story of the Magic Carpet Opera-
tion and describes her travels from
Southern Arabia to get the an
thentic facts of 50,000 Yemenite
Jews who were flown safely home
to Israel with the aid of UJA
funds.
Was Gruber's previous book.
Destination Palestine, chronicled
her personal experience as the
only newspaper correspondent to
cover the entire tragic voyage of
the refugee ship, Exodus, 1947.
In 1944, Miss Gruber was sent
to Italy as a special-envoy of the
United States Government to
bring to New York the thousand
refugees whom the late President
Roosevelt had invited to a safe
haven here.
Women of Dade County have
pledged to give their full cooper-
ation to this community effort,"
said Mrs. Ablin and Mrs. Lehrman,
announcing the traditional social
affair. 'We are proud to say that
the CJA Women's Division has
become a nationally-known com-
munity group because of its years
of service and unprecedented feat
laM year of exceeding its quota."
I.eon Epstein and Bernard Wek-
proccedings against illegally enter- sler. local attorneys, have been ap-
pointed chairmen of two new
branch planning councils recently
established in Miami and Miami
Beach by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, it was an-
nounced by Stanley C. Myers, presi-
dent.
The councils will serve as gov-
erning bodies for the buildings
which were previously known as
the YM-YWHA in both communi-
ties.
Epstein, who will be chairman
at the Beach Branch, has served
on the general Board of Directors
of the Center for the past two years
and is currently co-chairman of the
membership campaign. He is also
a member of the Board of Gov-
ernors of the Greater Miami Jew
ish Federation and has been active
in USO and armed services work
generally.
At the Town Branch, the chair-
man will be Weksler, who has also
been one of the leading figures in
the membership campaign and has
ed or undesirable aliens are halted
automatically when a Congressman
introduces a special bill to permit
the alien to remain here. Almost
2.000 such bills are pending be-
fore the committee now.
In some cases, however, indivi-
dual Congressmen have not been
able to investigate fully. Further
checks with the Justice Depart-
ment show that the case is not
worthy, and the special bill is kill-
ed. But there is long delay before
deportation proceedings are renew-
ed. Some times the alien cannot
be located. Under the new rules,
deportation proceedings will not
be halted automatically upon the
introduction of a special bill unless
the Congressman sponsoring the
bill gives complete information on
the case. Rep. Reed said.
Lorry Blue Features
Accordion and Singing
Larry Blue, accordionist and
singer, is now specializing in party
entertainment, including continen-
tal and popular tunes and Yiddish
and Israeli songs.
A band leader in Boston for sev-
en years, Blue has been connected
with Gray's Inn for the past four
fears. He entertained at the Bar
Harbor Club in Maine and was also
connected with the Marshard Mu-
sic Corporation, a Vaughn Monroe
subsidiary.
Blue has been a regular Miami
entertainer since before the war
and appeared at numerous ocean-
front hotels and local nightspots.
He studied music in Germany
and was booked at resort hotels
from Maine down through Miami
and Havana, Cuba. He may be
reached at 4&1279 and 67-6109.
Kolkana Attends
Orkin Conference
Bernard Kolkana, manager of
the local Orkin Exterminating
Company office, attended the At-
lanta Annual Orkin Conference.
This year's meeting assembled
over 350 managers and other su-
pervisory personnel from the firm's
24-state territory and Cuba.
The latest pest control programs
of the company were discussed, as
well as mutual problems involved
in the expansion program. New
pest control equipment was dis-
played and demonstrated by the
Technical Department.
In reviewing the Company's
progress during the past year, Or-
kin said that his company had com-
menced operations in two hereto-
fore uncovered states: Colorado
and Nebraska. More than 40 new
offices were established from
Tuscon, Arizona to Columbus,
Ohio.
There are now 277 Orkin offices
serving more than 3.000 commu-
nities from principal cities of 24
states, the District of Columbia and
the Island of Cuba. At peak sea-
son, there are 2,200 people on the
Orkin payroll. ^^^^__
Pine Forest
Plans Reunion
Pine Forest Camp will hold its
first Southern reunion on Satur-
day, January 30th, from 1 to 4 p.m.,
at the Hollywood Beach Hotel.
The function will bring together
campers here who have spent past
summers at Pine Forest in Greeley,
Pennsylvania. Pocono Mountains.
Established in 1931, the camp
is co-educational and features a
complete program of sports, lei-
sure time activities, club organiza-
tions, game teams and religious
services.
rine Forest features a modern
swimming pool, in addition to a
spring mountain water lake for
aquatic sports, according to Edwin
I. Black, director. On the camp
staff are physicians and nurses,
a dietician and experts in the fields
of physical education, arts and
crafts and elementary, education.
Black said.
Icon fpifein
Board of Directors, it has embarked
upon this new plan involving sep-
arate planning councils in a* n
locality in order to provide [or
the development of additional lead-
ership directly from the \,
activities of the branch
council will consist ot the chairm. n
of rations program and adminis-
trative oonuBtttosa
Myers stated that agency policl
will be determined by the I
of Directors, while the planning
councils will carry out the pro-
grams in each branch.
Mid-Season Social
Planned by Men
Judge Irving Cypen. president
of the Men's Club of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, announced
a mid-season social to take place
on Monday evening. January 25th.
at 8:30 p.m. in the Center dining
room.
The evening's program will pro-
vide dancing, entertainment and a
social hour, according to Al Ossip.
program chairman.
The Men's Club is now holding
regular monthly meetings on the
last Monday of each month. At a
recent meeting of the Board of
Directors held in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Gershon Miller. I special
committee from the Sisterhood and
PTA discussed a combined meeting
Hold Membership Affair for February 9th, as well as a joint
Chaim Weizmann Group of Ha I Pur'm dance dur,n the montn o
Urnmri WtktUr
served as chairman of the Center's
physical education committee. For-
merly a basketball star at De Pauw
University. Weksler is also a mem-
ber of the Masons and the Junior
Chamber of Commerce.
Although the Center has one
Weizmann Hadassah to
'" Ssaffc's 0wttfm4lm hmltk Cmmp far U*t mmi 9irit
CAMP CARLYLE
HENDERSONVUXE. N.C.
* h.art of vacationland. WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA
DIRECTOR WINTON L. MOELLER
Principal, Woodward High School. Cincinnati, onio train,d
". social and r.cr.ationa. activ.ti.. tf''"**'' Jf^.Jn
Hor.abac* riding, watar aporta, golf Instruction.
uoctor and rum on prtmuti. ^^
"NER: Mrs. Jm Am.I. ISO Mtrialoa Avt.. Miami Beach
, Mi. SI-8359 ar S-0374
" leersssatetlvsi! Mr*. A. A. Mavden Pfc. 4"*,
Mr*. Marry Orasimaa P. ?
Beth David Retains Hold on
First Place in GMJCC Tou[ney
Undefeated Beth David retained
its hold on first place in the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center Volleyball Tournament on
Sunday morning when it defeated
Miami Hebrew School in two
straight games of a 2-out-of-3
series.
In the other morning series, sec-
ond place Coral Gables Jewish
Center won over Monticello Park
Congregation.
Next Sunday's contests mark the
end of the first round, with Beth
David facing Coral Gables Jewish
Center in the gymnasium and Mon-
ticello meeting Hiami Hebrew
School in the yard at 10 a.m.
The second round of play will
begin on Sunday, January 31st.
with the schedule of games re-
peated.
dassah will sponsor a membership
party at the home of Mrs. Harold
Hurv.it/. 130 NVV 22nd Avenue, on
Sunday. January 24th, from 3 to 5
p.m.
Mrs. Homer Bievman, member-
ship chairman, is planning the pro-
gram. Mrs. William Lee, Hadas- \
March.
Rev. Ullrich to Discuss
Israel Study Tour
Rev. Edward W. Ullrich, of the
Robertson Evangelical Reform
Church, will be guest speaker at
sah 'membership coorttaatorTwiii fi^iS*!?? 552fUt!!5 "'!
be guest speaker.
There will also be a presentation
Beach Israel Zionist District at the
National Hotel on Wednesday, Jan-
uary 27th, 12 noon. Rev. Ullrich
of Israeli songs and dances by the j wjh discuss his recent study tour
Learsi Senior Judaea Group. i through Israel.
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Confirmations Feature Of Weekend; Fiancees Given Rings
iss Berick Becomes Mrs. May in
fendlelight Ceremony Sunday Eve
Dm Joy Berick wore her late
sternal grandmother's pearls
p ihe became the bride of Dave
FMay durin>: a candlelight cere
hj Sunday evening at the Honey
l/n Molel. Kahbi Leon Kronish.
listed by Cantor Samuel Kele
of Temple Beth Sholem, of
pch the bride's father bj past
Itident, officiated al the dou
ceremony. White fujii
[ttiUi, white carnations and white
feeUias were used throughout
ceremony room.
Dm Jay Berick. daughter of
Jgc and Mis. Morris Berick,
H Royal Palm Avenue, was giv-
i in marriage by her father Her
*jd.il gown featured a lace mol-
princess bodice, re entbroi
pd and traced to heighten thi
lign. and a boiillant nylon lull.
ft of ballerina length \n ep
|ue of jeweled lace petals ami
jis on the tiara wreathed the
tk and shoulder line She ear
an heirloom Prayer Book with
ite Brazilian orchids, showered
lily-of-the -valle>
Irs Irving H. Chait, of Miami
ch. matron-of-honor. was at-
in a pink ballerina length
n with a lace net design and
ifittmu bodice. She carried a
eade design of baby blue iris
rbe bridesmaids. Miss Felicia
vitz and Mrs Alan l.ober both
I Miami Beach, wore iridescent
U blue silk organza gowns with
lit bodices and high necklines
et by full bows, a circular
with a fitted hipline and
Ke -ilk lattice design in an over
.pattern on the skirt. They car
cascade designs of pink debu-
cameiiias.
ving May was best man for his
Mrs. Da* id It. May
white orchida with purple throats
i tie bj i'ii patei n.d grand
mother. Mn Louis Berick, was al
tired m an imported Dior blue
challtllU lace gOWB with a l.ivcli
iler orchid
The oeremon; as followe i bj
a reception in the Imperial
of the K.me> Plan Hotel The
bride'i UMe wan decorated with
white lilac shipped Irom Holland,
and white camellias with smilax.
The bride's going away suit was
of original design in powder blue i
suede, with an imported wool box
rr t shers were Frank Martin i jacket and sheath slim sport skirt :
Jck. the brides brother, and' Attending the wedding were the
Dur Sommerstein. the bride-1 bride's paternal grandparents. Mr.
t'a brother-in-law | and Mrs. Louis Berick. formerly
aft. Berick. the bride's mother. > of Pawtucket. Rhode Island, now
attired in a Dior blue, pure
taffeta gown which featured
open scroll design, a volumi-
I skirt, a scooped neckline with
ponding scroll neck design
of Forest Hills, New York, and the
bride's maternal grandfather. Mr.
Wolfe Brown, of Woonsocket,
Rhode Island.
The bride is a graduate of White
Silvermans Tell of
Diane's Kntfagcmcnl
To Leonard Treisler
The engagement ol their (laugh
ter, Diane, t" l......ard E Treister,
son o! Mi and Mrs Ai thur Treii
ter. 1280 Lenox Avenue, Is an
nollliced b) Ml and Ml- liei nard
\ Sllverman, 4888 Alton Road,
The bride-elecl graduated from
Miami Beach High School and at
tended the Unlversitj oi Alabama,
m here she was on the stafl ol < lor
folia, the yearbook she i- now at
tending the t niversitj ol Georgia
Mr Treiater, state Jaycee win
ner, having been given the Tommj
Thompson Award oi the Florida
Junior Chamber ol Commerce In
1952, attended Miami Beach Hi ii
School and the Universit) ol Miami
School oi Law ai the i ol M he
was president ol his fraternity,
z.i.i Beta Tan. and a member ol
Omicron ; >> Ita Kappa
He a a- in the Vn > during Worl I
\\ ai ii ami i. in en ign iii the Na
val Reserve
Mi rreiater i- on the Board ol
Directors ol the Miami Junior
handier ol Commerce Since grad
uating Irom the l ol M, he has
I been associated with the law firm
it Mm.in.id Forrest, Gotthardl
and Ofr
The couple will be married in
April
full pushed up sleeves. Her field School. Miami Beach. Florida. L
rs were white orchids with | and attended the University of Ml- (
lie throats. ami. Her sorority is Alpha F.psilon
Bin. Leon May. mother of (he Phi.
tearoom, wore a chanUUy lace The bridegroom is the son of
Senna-length sown adorned by \ Mr. and Mrs. Leon May. Binning
attended
(iuests I lonor .1 era Id
Rose ;i( Bar Mitzvah
.lei ,dd Lewi Ri e, on ol Mr
and Mi- Sam i i 85th
Street will bee ime Ba M tzt ah
on Saturdaj Januai j 23i d, at the
Mi imi ft a< h Jew i sh I enter I
in ii \ ,11 i.. in in..n u ill officiate
Jerald i an eighth grade stu
dent a i N.iniiin Junior High
School ami attends the Religious
Scl.....I ol iln Miami Beach Jewish
i i ter
I um neon al the VersaiHe: ll"
.'. !.'l follow the ceremony 'ul
oi tow n gui i will ii clode Mr
Mi- N 11 Weber Mis i
ueii.-i. Mr and Mrs i iank i:
and Mr and Mrs Al Roden
him, AUhami. He
the
lawreacr M. Mi
Lawrence Gold Bar
Mitzvah at Miami
1 Lebrew School
Lawrrncv Mclvtn, mii o
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING,
Rita Nowak. a former Hebrew
Academy student who now resides
in Neponsit. Now York, has just
been elected treasurer of her
school, the Hebrew Institute of
i Long Island. This also makes her
a member of the F.xocutive Stu
dent Council. Miss Nowak is the
granddaughter ol Mr and Mrs.
I> ive Stone. 477(> S\V 2nd Ten
Miami, and the niece "f Burton
(.reen-i.iu. Miami, and Ml and
...rd .1 BvaB Miami
11. ..eh.
Michael Kotfan Bar
Mitzvah Saturday al
I lebrew Academy
Mn hacl Kn [an, .......i Mr and
Mr Vie*.....ler Kogan 3722 Royal
Palm Avenue, Miami Beach, will
become Bar Mitzvah on Saturdaj
in..11.in:1 l.inii.u \ 23rd, at the lie
brew \i ademj
Rabbi Alexander S Gross, prin
Cipal, "ill deliver the sermon anil
pre enl the confirmation cert if i
ati i i the Bar Mitzvah He will
peak oni We shall Do And We
shall Hear
: be Bar Mitzvah will chant the
: sen ices and reail the \\ eek
l> Portion ol the Law from the
Scroll, in addition to the recita
lion oi the ll iftoiah
Muhaei is a former student of
th < Hebrew Academj and a mem
ber ul the Beth Sholom confirma-
tion Class At present, he in an
eighth grade pupil at Nautilus Jun-
ior High School lie is a member
ol the Nautilus Band and is a Stu
dl ul Council reprei nlatl\e
\ii and Mrs Kogan are active
in various civic, communal and re-
Iii ious or lanizations They are
Board members ol Temple Beth
Sholom and the Hebrew Academy
Michael Kaeea
B'nai B'rith Women
Plan Games Affairs
Second annual smoruanbord for
in of thr Klmniir RnoMvull
lit. WnlM&jalU
Harrises Kntcrtain
House (j lies I Sunday
Mr and Mr. David Harris, of
2880 S'.V 18th Street. Miami, have
as their house guests Mr. Harris'
brother and ilster-in-law, Mr and
Mrs Hy Harris, Cambridge, Mas
Mchusetl
Tin > entertained the visiting
couple Sunday evi nine, al their
inane Amaog guests attending
wire Mr. and Mrs Harry Klein.
Ml and Mrs Alic Aaronson and
Mrs Sam l.iehei inan
With Mis. Lleberman was her
dm hter, .loan who ii the tiancee
ni Richard Harrl on ol the Dav-
id Harris) He la now aen log in
i he \;iin d Km e in Korea
Mrs. Fiank A. Rose and Mrs. Nathan Davidow make piepara
lions lor the Mud Hatter's Luncheon which will he held <;'
Beth David Auditorium on Wednesday, January 27th. 12:30
p.m. Judges are Rabbi Mux Shapiro. Max Jucobson. Hurry
Gordon and Jerome Gordon. Committee members include
the Mesdames Sidney Daniels. Nathan Davidow, Frank A.
Rose and Max Shapiro. Prizes will be awarded loi the original
hat creations.
Bressler, Miller
Choose June Rites
June will be the month during
\. iln b wedding bells will ring foi
Miss Barbara N Bressler and David
(,onion Miller
The bride elect's parents, Mr
and Mrs Louia Bressler, New York
City, have announced the couple's
engagement.
Mi Miller is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Mitchell P. Miller. 4311 Gra-
nada Boulevard, Coral Gables.
Miss Bressler is a student at the
Barbizon School of Fashion Design
in New York. She and her par-
ents are now house guests of the
Millers.
Mr Miller attended the Univer-
sity of Florida and the University
of Miami. He will enter the Armed
Forces on January 25th.
Physicians' Wives
Name Officers
The Phj -mans \v ives' < lull ol
Greater Miami held election of "
ticeis at their recent meeting kn
the ho,ne ill Mr- S.i.nuel (.ertman
1888 S\V 24th Street, with ncwlv
Installed president, Mrs Theodore
Struhl, presiding
Members who were elected to
office for 1954 are as follows: pres-
ident-elect, Mrs. Maurice Edelman:
vice president, Mrs. William Wick-
man; recording secretary, Mrs. El-
liott Cohen; corresponding secre-
tary, Mrs. Richard Shapiro; and
treasurer, Mrs. Allan Michaelaon.
Rumor Clinic Slated
Gilbert Balkin. executive direc-
tor ..( (he Florida Office. Antl-Def-
umatlon l-t-u^iuc of B'nai It'rith. will
lrfc%yfe* I'll
kit tlmgimw
a Neglia, pert violinist,
is in her third season us a
momber of the Vagabonds
Club show cast.
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[avid is an eighth grade student
_Nautilu.s Junior High School
attends the Religious School)
Tthe Miami Beach Jewish ten-
Ik reception will be held at the.
he of the celebrant on Saturday ;
Dins. Out-of-town guests will in
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kaplan
[ Mrs. Helen Jacobaon.
at the Miami Hebrew School
rhere he i-. advisor >>i the Junior
( ongregation.
The Bar Mitzvah will address
the cong-egation Rabbi Simon
April will officiate. Kiddush will
be served by his parents after the
ceremony in honpr of the Bar
Mitzvah.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mr. and Mrs. Scbneiderman, ma-
ternal grandparents. of Akron.
Ohio: Mr. and Mrs. B. Lazarus and
family, of Cleveland, Ohio: and
Mr.and Mrs. S. Roseman and son,
of Chicago. Illinois.
Tarr of I I Mrs DorTl
uncli and aunt.
Mr. and Hi Geoi [e I hen, MO]
j SW 16th Terrace, Miami, announce
the birth of their daughter. Bev
arly Anne, at Doctors Hospital on
January 8th. Mrs. Cohen is the
(former Romisa Rosenthal. daugh-
j ter of Mrs Sophie Rosenthal, 1502
I NE 1st Avenue. Mr. Cohen is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cohen.
j 301 Sarto. Coral Gables.
for the FBI, U
and function of
Mrs s Meranus
discuss the work
his organization.
will preside.
Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai
B'rRh Women will hold its weekly
in. norah games party at the Emp-
ress Hotel on Wednesday, January
27th, 12:30 p.m.

Menorah games party of the
North Shore Chapter, B'nai. B'rith
Women, is scheduled for the Monte
Carlo Hotel on Wednesday after-
noon, January 27th, 1 p.m
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 22.
Egypt Explains Heavy
Blockade Against Israel
LONDON (JTA1 The Egyp-
Gazette, which has
ji puolished .< decree proclaiming Is-
rael food >hipments contraband
and subject to seizure in Egyptian
. waters, published an "Explanatory
j Mi morandum" alongside the de-
cree, it was reporte I here in a dis-
patch from Cairo.
The explanation" reveals thai
the Arab states' boycott committee
has asked General Mohammed Na
guib and the Egyptian Government
to pass legislation designed to
tighten the anti-Israel blockade in
Egyptian waters by confiscating
food shipments and the vessels in
which they are being transported
>. to Israel, just as is done by other
Arab states. At the s..me lime,
the "Explanatory
ut, the director ol
.....-d Department has In
ent thai I
1
South and East Africa is
11, that
modern wars an ch iracteriied bj
total economic mobilization -
it ha- become difficult t<> distin-
guish between fighting forces .in.I
civilian population- and between
supplies for one or the other
Therefore, it continues, it ha- I"
come customary to regard all mi-1
ports of a "belligerent state a- ar
contraband'' and consequent
Egypt has to take sterner measures
to attain the desired end."
Teen Age Prog. ..its
Inaugurated in Gables
A new teen age program has
been inaugurated in Coral Gable.-
as a result ol I cooperative ar-
rangement between the Con]
ble:. Jewish Center and the ('.-
Miami Jewish Communit) (enter.
it was announced bj C. My
ers, GMJCC president, and V
Masada Oneg Shabbat
The Roxy Hotel, 1120 Collins;
Avenue, will be the site for the Mi-
ami Beach Ifasada oneg Shabbat
on Fridaj evening at 9 p.m. Miss
Shaloma Shawmut. recentlj nturn-,
ed from an extended -tay in I
will !" -;' 1 Aya Brick-
lm. program chairman, ha- an-1
nounci
and n
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JNF Grove to Honor
Solomon Lobel
,\ drive for the planting ol 1
,o 1 .. bj the H
body, thr
lewish Nation il Fund a u
launched rues
\,, kl inder
ncipal, Ihe
'1 tin current
will be dedicated to the mentor)
ol the late Mr Solomon Lobel, 1
founder ol the Vcademj and one
oi its kej officers until hia 11"--
ing here some two month- ago
This 1- the second '-'rove to he
dedicated to the memor> ol Mr
Lobel. Dedication of the first
was recently announced through
the JNF Council locally.
Rabbi Moses Meacheloff, ores!
dent of the JNF Council, pi tea tad
the Tree Fund Certificate, repre-
senting the pureha-e ol more than
1.100 tree- lor the year 1953. to
Mrs J Z Stadlan. chairman of the
JNF school drive
Last year, -indent- of the He
brew Academj collected some II
800 for the purchase Of tree- in
Israel.
Assisting Mrs Stadlan in the
current school drive are Mr-. B>
nice Rarrj Perach
iey.
Miami ORT Will
Mark Birthday Here
iter Miami Chapter of Worn-
en-s Ai Ort will ceU-urate
hirlhdaj with a lunch-
v, at the Emp
on Januarj 27th. 12:30
.
Mr- Gertrude Kaplan, national
n' will be honored
Mrs Jennie Grossing! t 1- -ixmsor
,,1 tin chapter.
Fashions In Margaret Newman
and lu'- bj Pinto will 1*' shown.
Mrs Margaret Newman Stearn and
Mrs Florence Kupperman are co-
chairmen. Mrs Bea Dash and Mrs.
.loan Baron are ticket chairmen.
Beach Center SlateTS
Samuel Fhedland, nrvl, ^
the Miami Beach JewS'**
has scheduled a (ongr.t-
meeting at the Center lr S,
1 day evening. Januarv 27th a
A report on lb.. artiy,tje.!,*L
congregation, whu I, Wll) ?*J
the educational and culiurlijP
Kram of the Cent,-, *jll be "
A musical program ril] gu..
place, and a social hour win
elude the meeting
Congress May Oppose
Plan to Arm Arabs
Cc-inued from Page 1 A
-I I--
1 ommunist
Lrab rulers
more than
. ight (hi Nazis be -aid.
The New York Time- reported '
from Washington that American
officials dealing with the requests
for grant- of military aid from Iraq
xaudi Arabia expect top level
ions this month However.'
they admit that objections raised'
b> other nations and the ensuing I
political complicati the,
future uncertain.
Farband Slates Evening
Oi Humor February 7th
Farband ol Gn ami wi
present a program Thr Wor
laughs, at the Miami Beach
School on Sundaj evening
ruary 7th.
Starring will be the renowned
humorist duo Dzigan and Shu-
macher They have appeared in
England. Belgium. France and I-
rael previously
On the program with Dzigan and
Shumacher are Minna Bern and
Ben Bonn-
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ance of club leaders provided bj
GMJCC. whose i
work Stall .
organization and supervision ol the
program.
Herbert Soule. GMJCC extension
supervisor, i- directing the pro-
gram, assisted by leaders Stanley
Loupus and Mrs. Barbara Zimmett
Soule ha- a Masters degree in so-
cial group work from Washington
University and has been profes-
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Louis YMHA and Hecht House of
Boston.
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be under the administration of a
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of members of both organizations.
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IWV to Aid
; J A Campaign
All Jewish War Veteran Posts
the Greater Miami area have
imbined for a united effort as a
n to work with the 1954 Great-
Mi ami Federation of the Com-
lf,((| Jewish Appeal,
ftumnianders and representa-
|ves ni'the West Miami, Hialeah-
liami Springs, Coral Gables and
lorman Bruce Brown of Miami,
II posts of this area, met at the
tjbold Building Monday and des-
Enated Jack Regal as director of a
;,: bined JWV unit to solicit for
he coming Federation drive.
Regal has been a tireless work-
r, serving as worker captain and
iajor for Federation for the past
1 ve years. He is presently serving
C- trustee of the Norman Bruce
frown Post. As a veteran of World
kar I. he was decorated with a
French Croix de Guerre, the Le-
ton of Merit and is a holder of
he Navy Cross, next highest award
the Congressional Medal of
lonor.
Commanders Max Goldstein, of
kialeahMiami Springs Post, Oscar
I rt of the Norman Bruce
f ft t Miami Post, and Leonard Lif-
chutz. senior vice commander of
y ral Gables Post, will serve
I- majors or captains assisting
I
Other high officers in. attend-
\- included Ted Lingaton, sen-
or vice commander of the Hialeah-
iami springs Post; Charles Lev-
in, adjutant of the Hialeah-Miami
Iprings Post; Norman Preece.
| (oral Gables Post; and Al
Hulntek, liaison officer and chief
kirie to the commander of the West
fciami Post
Also slated to take part will be
|h Miami Beach Post, North Shore
Kst and North Miami Beach Post.
Course in Jewish History
Slated at Flaaler Center
A ten-week course entitled, A
Panorama Of Jewish History, was
started this week at the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter. The course is one of the lei-
sure time services provided by the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center and was planned with the
cooperation of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education.
It will be conducted on Wednes-
day nights at 8:30 p.m. The lec-
turer, John Appel, who has taught
for the Bureau and the University
of Miami, wHl cover the highlights
of Jewish life from the times of
Abraham to the establishment of
a modern Jewish state in Israel.
Paton Novel to be Reviewed
Too Late The Phararope, by Al-
an Paton, a Book-of-the Month se-
lection, will be reviewed by Mrs.
I. M. Weinstein, reviewer for-4'.ie
annual series sponsored by the
Greater Miami Chapter of Hadas-
sah, on Tuesday, January 26th, 1:30
p.m., at Temple Beth Sholem. Mrs.
Morris Alpert is coordinator.
Physicians Dim al La Hue
Seven local physicians were din-
ber guests last week at La Rue's
of Dr. Morton Halperm. Present
vere Drs David Kirch, Peal Unger,
Milton Jaconson, Theodore Struhl,
Ralph Kirsch, William Steinman
land John Schultz.
Organization Meet Held
First organization meeting for
the Miami Young Married Zionist
District was held Wednesday night
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur Hershbein. 1800 SW 24th Ave
nuc. Initial general meeting of the
district will be held during Febru-
ary in the McAllister Hotel.
Rabbi Landman to Speak
Rabbi Max Landman. of the Za-
mora Jewish Center, will be guest
speaker at the Golden Age Friend-
ship Club meeting on Sunday
afternoon, January 24th. 2:30 p.m.,
in the Town Branch of the Greater
Citizenship Group
Is Named Here
With 125 new Americans already
waiting to be processed at natur-
alization hearings scheduled for
March, E. Albert Pallot has an-
nounced an Executive Steering
Committee on citizenship compos-
ed of American Legion officials.
Pallot is citizenship director of
the Harvey W. Seeds Post of the
American Legion which sponsors
new citizen ceremonies in Federal
Court with Federat Judge John
W. Holland. I-ast week, they offi-
ciated in welcoming 271 New
Americans from 25 nationalities.
In the new group were 86-year-
old, Russian-born Louis Miller, Mi-
ami Beach resident; and four chil-
d r e n German-born Jacqueline
Smith, 7; Pamela Evans, 8, born
in England;' Arcadio Rodriquez, 12,
Cuba; and 13-year-old Edward
Roseman, Belgium, son of Mr. ana
Mrs. Louis Roseman, Miami Beach.
On Pallot's Executive Committee
are the post's new adjutant James
E. Heath, Department Commander
Joseph A. Boyd, Mrs. W. L. Learn-
ing, Women's Auxiliary president
of the Harvey W. Seeds Post. Post
Commander Thomas Q. Sharpe,
Henry J. Halam and Helen Alpert.
Prime function of the commit-
tee is to spearhead plans for Sep-
tember 17th Citizenship Day, an-
nual Greater Miami event former-
ly known as I Am An American
Day.
New Citizens' salute from Federal Judge John W. Holland
(seated) and citizenship director E. Albert Pallot came last
week to 86-yearold, Russian-born Louis Miller and 13-year-old
Edward Roseman, both Miami Beach residents. Also natural-
ized that day' was 8-year-old Pamela Evans, London-born
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mullin, Jr., Miami. Edward,
born in Belgium, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Roseman.
Naturalization ceremonies were assisted by Pallot's Citizen-
ship Committee of the Harvey W. Seeds Post, American
Legion.
USY Queen to be Chosen
Miami Beach Jewish Center
Chapter of the United Synagogue
Youth will hold a coronation
dance on Wednesday evening, Jan-
uary 27th, 8 p.m., in the assembly
hall of the Religious School build-
ing. The annual USY Queen will
be chosen and crowned.
Dr. Nathanson to Speak
Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will have
a regular meeting Tuesday, Jan-
uary 26th, at 1 p.m., it has been
announced by Mrs. William Wein-
traub, president. According to
Mrs.sSimon April, program chair-
man. Dr. Florence Nathanson will
be guest speaker.
Group to Meet Friday
A regular meeting of the Dyna
mic Psychological Society of
Greater Miami will take place on
Friday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. M. Meyer, 6251 SW
24th Street, Miami.
Juke Box Social Due
Bob Stone, president of the
Young Adult Group of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, announces a
juke box social to take place on
Sunday evening, January 24th, in
the Center social hall.at 9 p.m.
Les Dobyns, professional dancing
instructor, will offer free group
dance instruction. Planning the
evening's program are Lucille and
Debbie Graboyes, Arline Weisblatt,
Phyliss Goldstein, Don Marks and
Elaine Schwartzman.
Goldberg to be Interviewed
Mrs. Marie Volpe will interview
Szymon Goldberg, violinist, on
Saturday, January 23rd, at 6:30
p.m., over station WKAT. Mr.
Goldberg is appearing as soloist
with the University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra, John Bitter,
conductor, on January 24th and
25th, at the Miami Beach and
Da<1 County Auditoriums.
Dr. Gerowitz to Speak
Dr. Nathan Gerowitz will be
guest speaker at a meeting of Der
Yiddisher Forum on Saturday eve-
ning. January 23rd, 8 p.m., in
Kncseth Israel Congregation.
During World War II, Dr. Gero-
witz was a prisoner at Auschwitz
and subsequently became associat-
ed with the United Nations I'N-
RRA, as well as a representative of
the Labor Committee in Germany.
Currently, Dr. Gerowitz is con-
nected with the Jewish weekly,
Der. Weker. Subject of his talk
Saturday will be the problems of
the Jews after the catastrophe of
World War II.
Der Yiddisher Forum is a weekly
presentation sponsored by YIVO,
Yiddish Scientific Institute.
Goodwill Group to Meet
Goodwill Group of Greater Mi-
ami will meet on Tuesday. Janu-
ary 28th, 12:30 p.m., in the organ-
ization's meeting room. Knights of
Pythias Hall, 2629 SW 8th Street.
aeaaeflBeMaeflaaelBaaaeael ak.w^
Combined Jewish Appeal workers honor campaign chaan**JK
a meetina h.U inVhThom. of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon. Upper left. Bnm
^momed Jewish Appeal workers nonor comply- -------- ---
a meeting held infcThome of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon. Uppeirtofl. J nai
frith Women and Hadassah join force, to pledge all out eooperat jjito CIA.
Left to right are the Meedame. Dan Wolfeon. Herman I. CkHsJj.n. Jack W en.
Sophie Meranu. and Theodore Robinson. B'nai B'rUh and Mrs. Samuel Z.
Sakrais. president of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah. Center, Mrs.
Harry Gordon and Kanner head the receiving line for the president, and
Babbis' reception. Shown registering In the We Pledge gueet book u. Mrs.
H*y Oliphant. president of Beth David Sisterhood. Coral Gable, area rep-
Simon. Labor Zionist organizations plan to recruit CIA workers in a record-
breaking 1954 campaign. Shown (lower left, left to right) are Mrs. Ceil Segal,
president, Kadimah Chapter, Pioneer Women; Mrs. Harry Queen, Pioneer
Women, Golda Myerson Group; Dr. Harry Queen, president, Ben-Gurion
Branch, Farband; and Israel Shapoff, president. Labor Zionist Council. Center.
Harold Kravitx, president of Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center (left), meets
neighbor Theodore Robinson, president of Flamingo Lodge, B'nai B'rith. They
welcome Mrs. Nat Levin, president of Miami Chapter, National Council of
Jewish Women. Dade County Rabbis offer their cooperation in the 1954 cam-
paign. Left to right are Rabbis Louis Cassel. Harry Ettingei and Leon Kronish,


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FRIDAY. JANUARY J
AmericaiTNotableS... Colonel Busk The Jew of 17%
**AllC1 *WW* ansWOT rontain,d wari
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
JSlfetstt*. is boh, puk/isKerf h, at.*"**.***;
as per. of the tercentenary oelebrofior. or Jew.sh seffiemMf M
Ihe Onifed Sfofes.-Trie fdifors.
thias Bush applied under 1 _jy '
17* and became a citizen of Pennsylvuui
, n Solomon was appointed Deputy Adjutant Genen
the State Militia. Fighting several n nths later in ine
skirmishes near the Brandewine. he reo
md in the thigh, but was lucky enough to N I
bouse The doctor pronounced to
latal. vet the patient managed to live on Philadelphia
then taken by the British On bell and
made prisoner. Solomon Bush retained h 01
movement by pledging not to
A British armv doctor helped the paroled prisoner bu:
could not cure him The thigh wound never healed com-
pletely. One day he went to Bnti>h headquarter-, prob-
ably for medical treatment or to report periodical!'-
hisparole. He happened to see a civilian bringing a let!
to General Howe. His curiosity wi
knew the messenger and suspected treachery Adroit
enough to learn that the civilian, a Colonial no doubt,
brought the message from a I : behind the Amer-
ican lines, he forwarded the bit of information t
John Armstrong, who reported it to General Washington.
In Solomon Bush the Jew emerges from the apologetic
alien uncertain of hi- rights into the citizen proudly con-
scious ol his worth and hi- services. Philadelphia vat n
ccupied by the Americans, yet Bush remained a prisoner
m parole until exchanged He app!;- I r rati ai d pa)
The Supreme Executive Council studies bis ease and re-
ports that the Bush
had been brilliant, especially during the winter of
when the service wi- eril The I
commended pay and ration- equal to his rank. Th>-
Board of I even further He was promoted from
Major to Lieutenant Colonel Bush appears to be the .'
. officer holding :-. high) rank in any combat ur..-
he Continent.

Ion's answer contained warm comnx n 1 jtions
..tic ;md successful fasten en
ranted
there
nd in all ;
In London he was
l0 sen,
nth '
'' h'P Thl'
was; ewBnl which insisted
'
refused to
, or chan nship for
: Her own Men decided
the birthplace of thi This short-sighted
j ultimah I the *. lenl Washington sent Gouver
neur M. rn- fn ml BTB the Bntih of the serious
nich high-handed action
At ti~. > il was pre tent to
intervi i Bush lock it upon himself to act in
Surprisingly, he succeeded
in getting the captain and crew released Reporting the
achievement to Pn he demonstrated
hi- fitness to serve his coontrj The letter hinted quite
lly that Bu-h would be happy to represent hi- govern-
ment in London He llao sent through the painter John
Trumbuil a book compiled by an English admirer of Wash-
n This volume included petition-, statements, and
appeals of Englishmen in sympathy with the Colonists ..t
the time of the break with the mother country. Washing-
ilso thanked him for the book hut
silence about any diplomatic or
'ion. nj
mauit)
tonsuiaJ
Yel Ihe t olonel was not easily discouraged i
i the Presidenfi cabinet was caused by the dm
! oth) Pickering from Postmaster GenersliJ
of War Solomon Bush felt equal to the mi
ied ior the vacancy. He might have attained?/
factor) position if his unhealed wound had not
..lure death.
But if the Colonel failed to reach cabinet rank ati
ego found its compensation in Freemasonry '
society had a powerful lure for a people'i
n set Ibem apart from general intercouse wttl
jprity. In the lodge room a fraternal spirit oblit
;h" walls which a millenia of persecutions had raisu_
maintained. Masonic ritual, passwords, and symbolist!
Ihcir traditional origin with the builders of King (
- Temnle in Jerusalem. Jews rose to the
within the Order and helped to spread iUi
and influence.
All sense of deficiency must have vanished ..
-on of a German-Jewish emigrant during the en i
Divine Right of Kings could indite a letter to
Frederick the Great. King of Prussia and head'sfl
Masonic Grand Council at Berlin and Paris: "L;_
Bush. Grand Elect. Perfect and Sublime Knigat ofl
and Prince of Jerusalem. Sovereign Knight ef{
Sun and of the Black and White Eagle, Prince of the|
Secret, and Deputy Inspector General, and Grand!
over all Lodges. Chapters, and Grand Councils of thai
perior Degrees of Masonry in North America withal
state of Pennsylvania, etc." Signed "Your very I
and most atfectionate brother."
The intellectual monarch probably exploded a i
1 r. nch oath, since he regarded German fit only for i
herd- On the other hand, the royal cynic might I
bed sardonically and remarked to his minister.'
beau should see this. The French radical may then i
stand my refusal to admit that little Jew hunchback I
delsohn into the Berlin Academv".
Conference of Jewish Women's Group to GiingIer Unveilin Hear Jack Brass at January 28th Meet
More than 300 women repre-
rganizations throughout.
Dade and Broward Counties, are
\pcted to attend the mid-v.
: tin nferenei
lewish Women's Organization of:
Dade and Broward Countie- on i
Thursday January 28th
According to conferer.ee |
ient Mr- the lunch-
eon event to be held in the
lion Room of the Di Lido R
Be of four meet
:he Conference which repn
more than 75 women'.- or;
tions
Theme of the January meeting
.Mil be Women's Role In The
Community Welfare Program.
Program chairman is Mrs Herman
Rubin, and chairman of the Recep-
tion Committee will be Mrs Harold
Spaet. Arrangement- are under
the direction of Mrs. Leonard
Glasser. and decorations are un
The dedication of a monument Show Luncheon Oil Saturday
to the memory of the late Rose, The ,)t,1)s (.hapter b 1 Gnngler, formerly of 300 Meridian Girls, will hold a fashion show and
Names New Officers
New officers of the Greater|
---------------- WW| >^ii iiwivj i i -. 11 n >i i -ntirt dull a^*. w uiiivi-i o v*a ui "u
t!"!!.' *!" I*" P,a Sunday.! luncheon at the Columbus Hotel ami Jewish Community Ce
January 24th. 2 p.m.. at ML Sinai on Saturday af-
Memonal Park I With Kab- \ .,_ ^ I
in Moses Me- Mr- Gringhtr .- survived by her 2Srd' ;iCcord,n8 ,
hu-band. Sam: a son. Charles, ol '" -M i s G ail
New York Cat) sis isters and Fund, chairman.
three brothers Including Bmanuel Hartleys is
Gilbert, of Miami Beach Arrange- ,ponM,r ,pf thc
men- are in charge of Palmers 1;i,hln, which
I Monument Company. w, b<. m(>(|(,lp(,
Fnends and relative- are asked to |)V ,|. [,..,.

Rubenstein Unveiling
in charge o f sr
tickets are Carol
Stone and Dawne
Grossman. Patty
Pearlman will be
narrator Advisor for the group
is Mrs Joseph Bermann.
Beta Council were instalwfll
recent dinner held in Rubr|
taurant.
They are Sandra Cohen'
I dent; Myra Burke, vice prat
Toby Lurie. correspondini
tar>'; Roberta Fisher, reo
secretary; Maxene Drucker, I
urer; Sally Seidman. auditor:!
' Bazerman, sergeant at arms;
Marilyn Zammit. chaplain.
Mill fund
Rappaport Moves
Offices to Lincoln
Jck Brass
in pre Statehood dsan
ler the supervision of Mrs Ed- ln pre s,au'nood days. After fight-
vard Greenwood. I m in Ga'ilee- scene of some of the
According to Mrs. Sirkin. the'war~ m""' cn,lcal battles, he was
recalled to Jeru.-alem to serve on
conference is the coordinating recalled '" Jerusalem to lerve on
oody for a three-phase service func- the HaSanan Intelligence Corps,
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Bessie
nstein, formerly ol 4(Ki4 \\\
4th Street, will take place Sunda)
January 24th, 2pm. at Ml Nebo -., "--------------------
l emeterj with Ret Leo Heim, of lagler Women to Meet
.n,rna,i Jewish .enter, ol Women's Group of the Flagler-
1 Slf- ,Mr>, Runt,n^-'n Granada Jewish Comn^tVcS-
her husband, tay; three ler w,|| hold its month vlunchSi offices- He wUI BOW ?
daughter Mrs. Mollie Kushner, on Tuesday, JaTuarv 26th 12 Suit" Lincoln RMd
M- and Vrs"n."a"- evBSt0n' n""n ul ,he u'n,er building.'The I Rappaport will have I
ffJS ^"f.Sh!.rm-n luncheo" -ill be the annuarblin,-1
Gilbert Rappaport. assists!j
rector for tne houtneas.ern-,
of the Zionist Organisation of/
erica in charge of the SussJ
Florida, has moved into hi
offices. He will now be to
follow the luncheon
"rP- il ,v''"''m"'"''' Plorida: '' ~" Partv Shirley Bernard with ih'p
'ion in the area. Their services are ^T tUined ,he ^ "' A^lSf" ***"' f Boston "< of the Mesd.mesT^Sw!
divided between veterans ho-p,- Chjtata P ',: v ^m '" ''^ "' Jme Mae Clem and I nan
tab and oversea-, interfaith proj- Bom and educated in England. ; ""U",*',,' ''""" m charge of arrange-
Efts and community service Brass emigrated to Israel in 194 LTL ,T?Z.L nlatnn are men,- Cards and man long wUJ
Luncheon has been set for 12:30. Toward the end of his country's ,Uend
md highlight of the program will war in 1948. he was sent a- a me-
le an address by Jack Brass, pub- clal t-mi-sary to Australia a n d
)ic relations officer of the He- New Zealand on behalf of I :.
brew University in Jerusalem and <-mbined Defense Campaign. On
a veteran of Israel's War of In-! njs return, he served as chief ot
lependence. i the army's Press Information
Brass played an important role! Off ice in Jerusalem
-lL,v"',habill,a,T of **" "\ Th* Pr"8>-am will also include
he Naz terror and is now visiting musical numbers and a tenor solo
ImLn"1 ^ S!?,e\. b>- Jos*P" Pardo. Warn, an, rn
Jamm,edi*>> f'ter \T-Day. Brass well known ,n musical circles,
headed the first Jewish relief unit here es
-ent from Britain to Germany to i Aar.,n M v,n .
.-upervise relief and rescue work sa>l|S S-S^Ti ci}a}Tmm ol
among sumvors of Nazi concen vv,n !L .Jned Jewisn Appeal-
'ration camps. In Bergen-BeUen \?wl JuT ,he- group bricfl>
he directed the work ofsetS'' pa^'t'd Z^" f ,he Cam"
0* Jewish survivors, providing, It L^ 0men Can play
them w.th medical care, food and o *?!."'!.'" ra,sing ,h0
clothing and also helped thou- it'll ?^ l SUStaln M
-ands to achieve their dream of I agencles
leaving Europe to settle in Israel tm___~~~ZT ~-------~~
;-nd build new lives. Groundbreaking Held
combed out homes in war ravaged Sunda! iL, n! f, 'fs,,tu,e "
eJTlor thousands of tt\ft^LSS2Z
In Israel- War of Independence! Sge" George E iSTn^ "c""
;ga.nst five invading Arab armies. I column^ Pauf B1 """** Sun
^igf^^^vepart ,n the I of *S ^ y.,^
have
brochures, pamphlet-, ****.
periodicals on various Zioahtj
ics. Also planned is an lsradj
shop there, featuring items
in Israel.
The ZOA Speaker- Bureai
function from this office.
1
v
0
right) Richard MUes4 bYhDDaaJddOw0F?reqa,i0n ^^rnanon Clta. include (lint row- *'
Sornrne;.. Second row (lft ,1 ^'.4EhnoLBogiri,. Kenny Sher. Renew Wallace and
Herman. Jack Bennie, Harold'ffen^'flfntU^ Uvi- Third row (left to right)**
Fetter and Sybil Haberrna'dF^man; ,Judy Goodman. Carol Ravue*. Hanrey BUlan.


,y TANUARY 22. 1954
*Jm1s*ntr*Mon
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Kusevitsky to Appear at Beach
iter Sisterhood Concert February 17
Maimed
_ as one of the world's
concert voices, Mocbe Ku-
kj- will appear in Miami
n Wednesday evening, reb-
17th. sponsored by the Sister-
|0f the Miami Beach Jewish
vitsky's concert will be held
Center at Washington Ave-
nd l"th Street.
nor reputedly in the great
ion of Caruso, Kusevitsky be-
internationally known as the
w Cantor when he was select-
jplace the famed, aging Sir-
m a congress of 200 con-
ts.
lowing a debut in Paris, his
through Holland, England,
tnited States and Canada drew
ity audiences. His programs
|e authentic cantorial chants,
and Israel folk-songs and
tic arias.
/ne.:!ie Hall concerts of his
the past three years saw sell-
endance. Miamians will re-
r his appearance in Miami
la-t winter when he sang
banquet of the Greater Mi-
ebrew Academy.
important musical event for
rea has been the annual cus-
I the Center's active Sister-
for funds dedicated to the
nuing growth of the Center's
ious School.
terhood president is Mrs. Jos-
K Herman. General chairman
e Kusevitsky concert is Mrs.
Goldberg, assisted by co-
Mrs. Henry M. WaiUkin
New ZOA l.roup
Holds First Meet
The first general meeting of the
newly formed North Shore Zion-
ist District was held Thursday at
the North Shore Jewish Center.
Seymour Liebman, memlstr of
National Executive of the ZOA and
chairman of the Administrative of
the Southeastern Region, address-
ed the meeting on Israel, The Tar-
get Of Arab Intrigue.
In charge of setting up the meet-
ing were Sheldon Lelchuck, Jacob
Matz, Benjamin Marin, Leon Sol
onche, Theodore Nelson, Abraham
Selecoff, Oscar Lelchuck, Jacob
Mayblum and Max Weiss.
RABBI CANTOR
TEACHER
Nitt personality, fin* speaker,
trained Cantor, excellent meskion,
hit te train chair*, exp**'*"-'*-"
Hebrew, Senday School instracter,
wishes to change present position.
last reference.
Rabbi J., Box 2973,
Miami 18
hv
Mask* ftasaWttky
and Mrs. Harry Brick, in charge of
tickets, and Mrs. Joseph M. Rose
and Mrs. Charles Fruchtman, pa-
trons' co-chairmen. Treasurer is
Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg.
Additional chairmen are Mrs.
Joseph Lipton, reception; Mrs.
Samuel Lipton, publicity; Mrs.
Harry Rogers, arrangements; Mrs.
Nat Hankoff, floral decorations;
and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, ush-
ers.
letters To The Editor
or. The Jewish Floridian:
attention has been called to
ll.cn Mindlin's criticism of my
The Jews, Jesus And Christ,
Irecent column. I do not know
young man. I assume that he
Bung, because only youth has
1 temerity to pronounce judg-
Its upon subjects with which
i only a superficial acquaint-
After a verbose and mistak-
ronception of tolerance, he be-
on my book, evidently with-
having read it carefully and
ectl>
lowhere did I say that the dif-
pcea between Judaism and
Istianity are hardly great
It enough to keep them apart
longer. Never did I plead for
(amalgamation of the two. I did
a> he quotes, "we believe
as time goes on, the Jews will
reasingly include Jesus among
lir great teachers." So said one
England's greatest Jewish schol-
Claude Montefiore; so did Dr.
G Hirsch; so did Dr. Kauf-
|nn Kohler; so did Dr. Hyman
deow; so did Dr. Stephen S.
e.
Mr Mindlin doesn't know the
rrat lir,- on the subject, he
tmidn t have rushed in. What is
r* saying, about "fools rushing
where angels fear to tread?"
klso said that "he was not accept-
by his people in his day, nor
he accepted by Jews today."
kt if the critic had read the book
refull> he would have seen that
ft passage refers to the accept-
of Jesus as the Messiah. He
ther says, "the hope there is
M such acceptance will be forth-
ning in the future." There
Mn't the slightest intimation apy-
Nre in the book, that I have a
h* l hat Jesus will ever be ac-
JHed as the Saviour.
|That we now accept most of his
^chings is neither, new nor revo-
uonary. Nobody who knows any-
Mi about the New Testament,
?* doubts that the majority of
teachings were taken from the
lent, and from some of
current teachings such as we
M in the Testaments of the
elve Patriarchs, the Book of Ju-
Uee.s and other sayings of the
Meter* that preceded him.
1 with a chutzpah that is equalled
MJ by the lack of knowledge, the
"tic says, the author thereupon
tK*eds to tear out a page from
proselytiier's primer. The
praiure soulfully pressed into
pisn hands by missionaries on
fowded street corners ... is pre-
cisely the literature Dr. Fox fabri
cates, to demonstrate the essential
similarities in Judaism and Chris-
tianity. This is a dangerous prac-
tice." Here is a man writing on a
subject with total ignorance of the
works of authors like those named
above, and particularly of the
greatest of them all. Prof. J.
Klausner, of the Hebrew Univer-
sity at Jerusalem He babbles about
Jews who do not understand the
culture and the tradition from
which they derive, and presumably
he puts me in that class.
I have eben a Rabbi for forty-
five years. I have served on some
of the most important committees
of the CCAR I have published
innumerable articles on Judaism
and Jewish history and have pub-
lished three authoritative volumes
dealing with Judaism, Christianity
and Jewish history and have lec-
tured on these subjects in colleges
and universities, and Mr. Mindlin
tells me that I don't understand
Jewish culture and tradition. Then
he begins to rave about the sources
of the life of Jesus and the histori-
city (he doesn't use the word) of
the New Testament, citing Freud
as an authority in the realm of re-
ligious interpretation. Freud was
the man who wrote a book which
he called the Illusion Of Religion
He never believed in religion, and
practically every one of the first
generation of his followers believ-
ed that religion was a delusion.
Then comes the climax of his
misreading of my book. He says
that I state that the Jew will ulti-
mately accept the Christian Mes
siah. This sentence alone exhibits
the depth of the young mans con-
fusion. Not once did I mention that
Jews would or should accept Jesus
as a Messiah. Innumerable times
have I stated that that is just what
we would never do. I did say, as
did my predecessors in this field,
that we Jews ultimately will accept
Jesus as one of our teachers. But
in the mind of Mr. Mindlin there
is apparently no distinction be-
tween Jesus as a man and a teach-
er, and Jesus as the divine Christ
the Messiah,
Mr. Mindlin. ends with a very
sour unJewish note. He wants us
to carry on the grudge against the
brutality of the followers of Jesus.
This, of eojirso, he can do if he
wants to. But I prefer to go the
Jewish way and that Mr. Mind
lin can find in some versesof the
ninetenth chapter of the Book of
Leviticus, to which I refer him.
Leviticus, dr GEORGE fox
Chest Volunteers
Push to Pass
Million Dollar Mark
Community Chest volunteers, on
both business and neighborhood
solicitation teams, are pushing hard
to pass the $1,000,000 mark at the
second report meeting of the door-
to-door division in the Biscayne
Terrace Hotel on Friday. The 1954
Chest goal is $1,141,000. To date
$977,840 has been raised in the
1954 drive.
While business divisions have
been in the field soliciting since
early November, Metropolitan Di-
vision workers in the neighbor-
hood areas reached 60 percent of
their quota following their first
week of work. With a report of
$89,049 at their first report, the
door-to-door workers have only
$60,079 to cover their 1954 goal for
the 22 local Red Feather agencies
and the I so
Division A workers, soliciting
gifts through business firms and
large individual gifts, have reach-
ed 97 percent of quota with total
collections of $420,525 on their
goal of $433,800.
Last week Miami Beach Division
A volunteers, led by Samuel Fried-
land and Dr. Kurt Peiser, hit 72
percent of quota, needing $35,729
in big gifts to reach their $128,000
quota.
Three divisions in the big drive
are over the top with Miami Public
Employees leading the way with
117 percent of goal; Industry Di-
vision, Section I, 103 percent; and
Miami Beach Public Employees
100.4 percent.
John B. Turner, 1954 campaign
Chairman, urged workers in all di-
visions to make a special effort
to "roach everyone in Dade Coun-
ty who can give to help the Chest
top its minimum goal for the 23
organizations in the single drive."
Mrs. F. F. Ravlin, chairman of
the neighborhood solicitation, call-
ed upon workers to complete their
campaign within the next two
weeks. Almost 8,000 vvomen vol-
unteers are working to raise the
largest Metropolitan Division goal
ever set in Dade County.
SINGLE or COUPLE
to share heme with middle-aged lady;
also kitchen privileges. Ph. 41-9474.
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Farmer narse can take elderly ar CM-
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roams, kosher style diets. Phone
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CASH REGISTERS $149.50
ALLEN BUSINESS MACHINE CO.
90S South Miami Ave.
PHONE 2 2615
FOR RENT
Single ar double roam in private
gather heme, S.W. Section. Kitchen
privileo.es. Coll 9-4372 or 9-3150.
Tax Returns Prepared $5 up
If you have ANY problems
call on
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39 Beacem Blvd., Miami, Flo.
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LEGAL NOTICE
No Charge For Call
Nights, Sundays. Holidays
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DAILY. BUNDATB, HOLIDAYS
10 A.M. to 11 I'M. 13 for call
city wd> Telavtaloa rh. 83-i2s
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORI D A.JJI N
CHANCERY No. 165681
(IWKNIH)I.VN DAVIE8 STOW II.
Plaintiff,
va.
dEKALD <;LKNN KTORCH.
Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: (SERALD til.ENN STORCH
76.10 Hull Road
Indian Hill. Cincinnati. Ohio
You are hereby notified thai .. BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been
field against you. nnd you are here-
by required t<> eerve cops of roar
Answer to the Hill of Complaint on
I'lalntirf'x attorney, and file the "Mu-
tual Answer In the office of the Clert
of the Circuit Court on or before the
22nd day of February. 1951: otberwlae,
the allegations of said Hill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
against von.
Dated this 2ftth day of January. 1954.
K. H. WEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Cn.ult Court
B): R. H. RICK. JR..
(seal! Deputy Clerk (seal)
GEORGE .1 TAUANOei*. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
ISO Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.
1/22-29 '-'
See or Phone Ma
NAT GANS
3-4ii8 4-eni
LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS
Metropolitan Life ins Co.
07 Biscayne Bids).
19 W. Flagler St.
^^.'W'W'W'W'W'W'W'WrfW^.e'
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. 4-5860
Have your roof repaired now; you
will save on a new roof later
"Satisfactory Work by
Experienced Men"
Broward County
Sets ZOA Meet
Broward County Zionist District
will present a program at their
meeting Tuesday night, January
26th, in Temple Sinai, Hollywood,
according to Dr. Emanuel Kaplan,
president of the district.
Mayor Abe Aronovitz of Miami
will head the program and will
address the general meeting on the
need for organization in Jewish
life.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Congre
gation Beth David, will discuss the
role of ZOA.
The Hollywood Young Judaea
Club will perform Israel folk danc-
es, and Joseph Pardo, Miami sing-
er, will present Jewish music
through the ages, narrated by Mrs.
Arthur Cohen. He will be accom-
panied by Olga Bibor Stern, who
has appeared both at the Metro
politan Opera and at the White
House.
The meeting will start at 8:30
p.m. _____
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1S5M2
HELEN D iioi i.i>. Plaaaajfi
GEORGE p. GOULD. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: COL. GEORGE F. GOULD
1108 SOth Street N. W.
Washington, I>. C. .
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you In the
above entitled cause and you are here-
bv required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the
original In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
22nd day of February, 1.">4, otherwise
a Decree Pea Confeaau will be entered
against you.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 20th
day of January, 1>M. __
E B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk, circuit Court
By: WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
PALLOTT, SILVER & MLLLOY
Attorneys for l'lalntlff
Till Conareas Btilldina. Miami. Florida
1/22-3 2/5-1J
RELIABLE CONTRACTOR
for aew buildings. Alterations, repairs,
estimates and expert advice free.
PHONE 83-3270 er 83-2690
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IN THI NAME AND 8Y THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGH:
This Is to certify that, whereas,
I*onard J. Kallsh. Miami, Florida
George. Chertkof, Miami. Florida
Norman Sombera, Miami. Florida
did on the Srd day of March. A.D.
1*5,2 cauee to he Incorporated under
the pi..visions of Chapter HH, Laws
of Florida, Acts of 1M... ALEDo
AITS.. INC.. a corporation, with Its
riim Ipal place of buaineas at Miami,
lade County. In the State of Florida
and whereas the proper officers or
euch corporation did on the ldth day
of January. A.D. 1SS, Cause to be
filed In the office of the Secretary of
State of the State of Florida, a duly
authenticated resolution adopted bj
the stockholders under the provlstone
of said Chapter 2X170, I-aws of Flor-
ida, Acts of l5, Bhowlruj the disso-
lution of such corporation, and the
Secretary of State la satisfied that
qulremeata of law have been
"""""'InW1v1tnkks WHEREOF, -
nave hereunto set my hand
mill havt .fixed the
I of Hie State of llorlda.
at Tallahasaee. the Capital,
this the Sixteenth day of
January. AD. lsil.
R. A. Ill: IV
. tary of State.
M.I
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for NEW
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far veer
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CALL
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el MlI. Reasonable rent
to reliable party. Max GeMberej,
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S01.
NOTICE WNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Irt HEREBY GIVEN that
the undei signed, desiring; to cut
business under the fictitious name of
I.A I'AMIA HESTAURANT AND
SANDWICH SHOP, at 72 W. Flagler
St Intends to register aald name with
rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Count* Horlda.
JOSE FRONTONILLA
1/22-2* 2/6-12
Dr. Granville C Fisher
Professor of Psychology at the
University of Miami, will apeak
before the
Miami Society For Ethical
Culture
(the place where Liberal* meet)
on Sunday, January 24th, at It
a.m., at the Lindaey Hopkins
School. 1410 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami.
His Topic ia:
Pretence And Performance
Don't miss this brilliant interpre-
ter of our times. Admission ie free.
v'W'W'W'W'W'W'WWWWW
ITS SMART TO SEE THE
4M&AS0H.9S
IN M\AM\
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JewiislhJEII/Diciidliiaun
Mount Sinai Women's Auxiliary Plans
Annual Membership Tea on Friday
IAMI, FLORIDA
FRIDAY. JANUARY 22. 1954
SEC. B
HAlRfr^T BeltNet
GALILEE
JERUSALEM
DEAD-
(beERSh1ba\
XEGEVJ
EILAT
Algiers Operators to be Honored for
Service to Israel at Testimonial Here
The three operators of the Al-
giers Hotel in Miami Beach will
be honored with a testimonial din-
ner in the Aladdin Room of the
Hotel on Sunday. February 7th, for
their devoted service to Israel, it
was announced this week.
A special committee neaded by
fellow-hotelman B. I. Binder has
been placed in charge of arrange-
ments for the tribute to Dave Lev-
inson. Charles Posner and Louis
Kenin.
All guests in the hotel at the
time of the function, representa-
tives of civic and community asso-
ciations, as well as businessmen
who know the Miami Bearh trio are
being invited to attend the event.
Reservations may be made at com-
mittee headquarters, 1622 Collins
Avenue. Miami Beach.
"We think that the date, occur
ing as it docs at the height of the
season when so many friends of
the three honored guests will be
in Miami Beach, is a most appro
priate one," Binder declared. "1
wish, however, strongly to recom
mend that reservations be made
at the earliest convenience because
tie important role of the
late of Israel Bond Issue in
|e development of Israel's
[rural resources was high-
ahted last week with the dis-
Jvery of traces of iron ore in
Upper GaWee (1). The
?w find is the second trace
iron ore to be uncovered
the Galilee area. Early
year, deposits were dis-
Dveied near Beit Netufa (2).
Substantial deposits of iron
\re are also known to exist in
he Negev (3).
>rm Teen Town Club
|A teen town club, with its own
unit, will hold its organiza-
^n;i! meeting on Saturday eve
tig. B p.m., at the North Dade
riah (enter.
seating will most definitely be lim-
ited."
A special presentation will be
made to Levinson, Posner and Ken-
in at the dinner which will start
at 6:30 p.m.
Levinson is president of the
Greenfield Park Synagogue in
Greenfield Park, New York, a mem-
ber of the Young Israel Synagogue,
chairman of the Catskill Mountain
area. United Jewish Appeal, past
chairman of the Hotel Division,
Combined Jewish Appeal, and past
treasurer of the Hebrew Academy.
He is 43 years of age, married
and has three daughters, Audrey,
Barbara and Carole. His family
has owned the Tamarack Lodge in
Greenfield Park for the past 52
years, and he also has an interest
in the Loon Lake Hotel, Adiron-
dacks.
Posner is a native of Brooklyn
and was educated in New York
public schools. He received the
Bachelor of Architecture degree
from Columbia University, which
also awarded him the Sherman
Trophy for prize submission in a
:lass competition for design. He
The Women's Auxiliary of Mount
Sinai Hospital will hold its annual
membership tea and fashion show
on Friday. January 22nd, li30
p.m., in the Di Lido Hotel. Mrs.
Harold Spaet. president, will pre-
side.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Jaok
Ablin, membership chairmen, are
being assisted in the campaign for
new members by a committee con-
sisting of the Mesdames Maxwell
Hyman, Herman Jacobs, Harry
Kaufman and Murray Shaw.
"Since the Women's Auxiliary
is not a fund raising organization,
we feel it most urgent that the
membership be increased so that
we may continue with our many
volunteer projects in the hospital,"
said Mrs. Weinkle.
Pink Ladies, volunteers of the'
Auxiliary, perform such duties as
assisting the nurses of the hospital,
filling clerical and laboratory po-
sitions, giving information desk
service, as well as manning the var-
ious projects under the supervision
of the Auxiliary.
The School of Practical Nursing,
the Auxiliary's special project, is
supported in great measure by
funds raised by the Snack Bar and
the Gift Shop. Additional nursing
is offered to the community at
large through this medium of train-
ing nurses.
Books, magazines and newspap-
ers are supplied to patients by
means of a library truck. A hobby
therapy cart is wheeled into pa-
tients' rooms, and trained volun-
teer-teachers assist them in thera-
peutic "do and make." The recent-
ly-established Babies' Alumni Fund
provides layettes for needy new
babies born in the hospital.
Romantic fashions in Venice will
be the theme of the fashion show
to be presented by Goodman's, Lin-
coln Road. Phillis Carr will coor-
dinate and comment. Fashions will
be displayed by Coronet models,
with hair coiffeurs by J. Baldi.
- "The top leading designers of the
country will be shown, bringing
forth the most fabulous fashions
Louis Kenin. Charles Posner and Dave Levinson, the three
operators of the Algiers Hotel, on Miami Beach, will be guests
of honor at a testimonial dinner in the Algiers on Sunday.
February 7th. in tribute for their devoted service to Israel.
came to Florida in 1932 and assist-
ed in plans for the Algiers Hotel.
He is 30 years of age and lives
with his wife and two daughters.
Lois and Eilene, at 4550 North
Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach.
A member of the National Asso-
ciation of Home Builders, Kenin
is a native of New York City. He
attended New York University
where he took a BS degree and
law course. He and his wife re-
side at 5730 Alton Road, and have
two children, Rhoda and David, as
well as two grandchildren.
Demand Israel Kosher
. and get what you demand!
You just don't know bow good a frankfurter can be until you taste
these plump and juicy tSMtl beauties. Enjoy the matchless flavor
of western corn-fed beef superbly blended with subtle seasonings.
Beef, all Beef, choice Beef!

ISRAEL NAa
230 N.W. 5th STREET
FRANKFURTERS CORNED BEEF
SALAMI BOLOGNA PASTRAMA
foiotaujliat|iiiis/
Under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky and
the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
[:onom^al, No Waste: te' -cal time'
i*fffl%' Sold at leading supermarkets
^W^ 2nd independent grocers
^ featured at fine delicatessens.
IAL KOSHfcR SAUSAGE CO., Inc.
MIAMI Phonts 3-0721 34225
Mrs. Harold Smmtl
for 1954," Miss Carr said. "We will
start with early morning fashions
on the coast of Italy and carry
through the day. finishing with ro-
mantic night-blooming creations."
Displays will include fashions by
Larry Aldrich. Barnel. Ben Rcig of
Omar Kiam, Monte Sano and Ceil
Chapman.
Mrs. Louis Glasser is arrange-
ments chairman. Mrs. Ben Zion
Ginsburg is in charge of publicity.
Palsy Expert
Is Miami Yisiior
Dr. Harry E. Barnett, attending
physician of the Department of
Orthopedics at the Michael Reese
Hospital of Chicago and one of the
pioneers in orthopedic surgery for
the cerebral palsied, is currently
conducting a medical diagnostic
clinic at the offices of the local
United Cerebral Palsy affiliate at
1612 SW 1st Street, Miami.
Dr. Barnett, who is also affili-
ated with the University of Illi-
nois and a member of the Depart-
ment of Orthopedics of Cook Coun-
ty, is examining the over 100 pa-
tients who are currently being
treated at the local clinic. During
his five-day stay in this city, he
is making recommendations re-
garding the treatment and the
therapy to be used.
Dr. Barnett's trip to this area
was sponsored by the United Cere-
bral Palsy Association of Miami,
Inc., which will conduct its drive
for funds by holding its annual
telethon over WTVJ from the Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium, beginning
at 11 p.m., on January 23rd.
Dr. Howard Engle is medical
director of the local unit, and
Franklin Saunders is the adminis-
trator.
Robert Q. .Lewis
To Emeee Show
Robert Q. Lewis, radio and tele-
vision star, will head the roster of
stars of stage, screen, radio and
television who will appear on sta-
tion WTVJ Telethon for the bene-
fit of the United Cerebral Palsy
Association of Miami, on January
23rd and 24th, it was announced
here by Otto Fenias, chairman of
the entertainment committee.
Lewis will serve as master of
ceremonies of the all-night mara-
thon TV show, which will get un-
der way at 11 p.m., at the Miami
Beach Auditorium, and will run
through until 2 p.m. the next day.
Last year's telethon show raised
over $200,000 and set a new mark
for one-night fund raising in this
area.
W. Keith Phillips, president of
the local affiliate of United Cere-
bral Palsy, stated that "we are
happy indeed to know that Mr.
Lewis has consented to serve as
master of ceremonies of this year's
show and we know that, under his
guidance, this year's show will be
the greatest ever."
Mrs. Barkan is Hostess
Mrs. Abraham Barkan was hos-
tess at a card party in her home,
330 SW 23rd Road, on Saturday
evening. Proceeds are for an or-
phanage in Israel. Sponsors were
members of Tamara Chapter, Miz-
rachi WaWaMUMHiiMMMH


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Goldberg to Perform Sibelius Concerto;
Orchestra Honors Jewish Music Month
Violin virtuoso Szym.m | \iill appear with the I'mver-
Mumi Symphony Orchestra or. Sun-
day and Moncia\ I r.uary
24th and 25th. at the Miami Beach,
and Dad< County Audit
The orchestra, under the I
1 Mr J 'hn Bitter, will dcvoti

incil now being observed
throughout the nation Mr Bitter
will lead the -ymphony in a read-
ing *S Paul Ben-Haim's I
I. 1950.
Ben-Haim if or.t of the outstaad-
fc ing Jewi>h composer- of th.
Born in 1897 in Munich
he has written psalms, moteti
- other works on the bo-
Isaitb, an oratorio and nunk-r-
-- and chcimh.r
tions. as well as two symph
The orchestra will alao be heard
, in Symphony No. 2 in D
opus 73. by Johannes Brahrr-
the Polovetsian Dances frorr. I
Igor by Alexander Borodin.
* t*~uHhrk/k>r
Lorber Chapter
Plans Fashion Show
K timer* tuhton -hou will be
by the I.orncr Chapter.
.,! Home for \-ili
matk Children, ..t th.- Mont.' Carlo
on Thun i >u.,r> 18th.;
;>.m
from the Patricia Steveni
Adrian
Bis-
ui
M In:
an an
at h w
In tickets are M n
: Ilar-J
The Homo i- ., e Of
ted to the carej
and treatment of children -uffer-|
chronic bronchial asth
- A the affair an- [Of
the national organization
Asch Novel Reviewed
A Pasaage In The Night, the
oew novel by Sholem Aach. will
iM. r.Mewed on Monday, January
23th. 1 p.m.. in the Versailles Ho-
tel at a meeting of Louise Chapter.
American Jewish Congress. Mr*.
I m Weinateifl i- '*>k reviewer.
Mrs. Gilbert is Chairman
Mi- Isabel Gilbert, Miami civic
leader, will serve as vice chair-
man of State Senator U-roy Col-
lm- campaign lor governor in
I).,,!.- County, it was announced this
ue.k b> Harold Vann. local cam-
paign chairman Mn OObcfl will
lead the Women Divimon for Col-
1111-
r FRIDAY. JANUAPVy,.
Lee Will Speak ,t
Spinoza Forum ,
The World We Live h J
the topic of a lector* by
H. Lee on Saturday aft,
p.m.. at the Spmou _
Forum, on the lawn of ikT*
of I>. Abraham WolC'
Street and Ocean Court
Beach. s
Lee is a retired No* YortJ
engineer. He ii recorduWr
tary of the Miami Bea^l
Zionist District and newicji
the Zionist Luncheon Clu?
Lee was the lirst secr*n_
the Spinoza Korum hui7
organized in 1935.
Irving Strauss will- pmafel
l.^-.-A^^^A.JV.v. **~X
Jim
Ii mm i
Foreign Born to
Mi. Goldberg will appear in t Be GrOOUOteQ
perfcrmance of Concerto f. .r V
,n an.! i 'rchestra, opus 43. by Jean
SibalAi*
At i special graduation cere-
mony Saturday evening. Janu-
an 3'-- 20 foreign-bora citizens.
^An,iL\l^eLP}in ^ -tuder- I tte English ri
Thick... Rich...
Satisfying...
and so delicioosly smooth!
June! 1909. Mr. Goldberg ma |
child prodigy and pupil of Carl
Flesch. At 16. he was concert mas-
ter of the Dresden Philharmonic
and tour years later Furtwaengler
called -;m to the same post with
the Benin Philharmonic Orches-
tra. This did not curtail his solo
and chamber music appear,
er. and. besides mar.
ed Europe with Bin-
sored j tut | by the Dade
Count) Board of Public I
and the Greater Miami Section.
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, will receive diplomas certify-
ing that they have completed three
years of instruction in basi.
ii-h The exercises will be held
at the Miami Jewish Community
Center. 450 SW 16th Avenue, at
TWENTY SEVENtH MASON
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
JOHN BITTER, c
Soloist
SZYMON
GOLDBER
Fanfare to larael B'.n Halm. Symphony No. 2 Bri
Violin Concerto Sibeliua. Polovataian Dancea BomgoL
Sun. Eva, January 24th, 8:30 Motv Eve., January JSflSj
Miami Beach Auditorium Dad* Countv AetaasBsl
Simla Ticket*: S3 00 $2.50 $100 S1.7S Sljf
!-*><-*>ir*. ir-*,--^n-^--^--^--** w..^... -^ ii-*S-*i i AHa Tr,
MaancktoiU
USIlStai
jaisciemtj /a..1 0
demith and the late Emanuel Feu- 8:3. pm
A committee of Council mom-
ermjr.r u ^ ".no.
Wbilc I uriag the Far East, the
war overtook G idberg m Java
iscseeitj ,'h'O, ^HtVJTT/a
bers. headed by Mrs Sidney Lewis,
chairman of Service to Foreign I
Born, and Mrs. Joel Belov. English
a ,^i3 fferer' ""***. has planned the pro-
iffered many pnva- grarn Ma,or Abc Aronovitz Wl
iged to preaem hi- extend gwlings ,rom the Clty o(
Miami Guest speaker will be L
W Henderson, assistant director of
opic
Freed :.-. 1945. be made exten-
dv. ,< urs of A Thereafter the \^, iSS"JSl
?I .nTtl.,- .^ iV^: W1" ** Can An Adult Change
S,^T ^V-^T ttS^ Others, participating ,n the pro-
Holland. Belgium. SwiUerland.
gram will be Mrs Aaron Kanner.
?ttmStt\72m^J&.*2-!*S*
ing to note that Gvldbergs Amer- 7Tn -Na.,hfnlel L*w" and fMrws
.can debut occurred in im wTen itfrtt0"^
command of his instrument are Th *t..u k ,
those of a veteran; his zestful an- t g lasSes Wl" also
proach that of an aspmng voith" ^J "S2" j* *" March
inable to follow up ,h.- t ^rfSf'Zl* ^^^
because of the war- approach
Goldberg did not appear in Car-
negie Hall. New York, again until
October. 1948
RELIEVES PAIN OF
HEADACHE NEURALGIA
NEURITIS
Th# way ttteuiaiid* '
o* physicians and
dentists recommend
Htrt'% Why aoocj k iik, 0
doctor's prticrlptisn. Thot !v Anocin
contain! not on* bvt a camb.not)on o'
waicolly proad. OCt.t inarcd'tntl in
Olyto-tokt toblt lorm. Anocm g,.tl
A$T. IONG IASTINO raliaf. Don t wait.
Buy Arocn todoy.
to Mrs Claire Wemtraub. r.pre
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Cantor Salkow Named
To Israelite Center Post
Cantor Samuel Salkow has been
ed as cantor for the Israelite
i enter, according to a joint an-
nouncement this week by Rabbi
m Malavsky. >pintual leader,
and Hy Morris, president.
Cantor Salkow previously ren-
dered the musical portions of the
liturgy at the Center's High Holy
Day services during the past two
years.
He occupied posts in Philadel-
phia, New Haven and Baltimore
before coming to Miami Cantor
| Salkow also served a* musical di
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: Israel, Hartford, Connecticut, for
I 15 years
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honor of Mayor Abe Aronovitz
| Miami on Sunday, February 7th,
p.m., at the Biscayne Terrace
Lei under the sponsorship of
kolem Lodge, B'nai Brith, it has
Cen announced by Edward S.
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tivity in combatting Commu-
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tend may be made by contacting
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Rabbi 3io*e*on to
Be iiuemt Speaker
Rabbi Chaim E. Moseson, Rosh
Yeshiva of the Rabbi Israel Solan-
ter Academy, Bronx, New York,
will be guest speaker during Fri-
day evening services of Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob, according to an j
announcement this week by Rabbi t
Moses Meacheloff, Beth Jacob
spiritual leader.
Rabbi Moseson is a former prin-
cipal of the Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim
i>c.un, the Yeshiva Torah Vodath
and the Yeshiva Tfireth Jerusalem,
three of the major Rabbinic in-
stitutions in New York.
He is vice president of the Rab-
binic Board of the Bronx and a
member of the Agudath Harabo-
nim. Rabbi Moseson is also a jour-
nalist, having been managing edi-
tor of The Jewish Light, and is a
contributing editor of Der Yid.
Four of his sons are Rabbis.
Subject of his discourse Friday
evening is scheduled as: Moses
And His Father In Law.
Bazaar Brunch is Due
A bazaar brunch and card party
will be held at the North Shore
Jewish Center on Monday, Janu-
ary 25th, 11:45 a.m. Admission is
a new and saleable piece of mer-
chandise, according to Eleanor
Brown, hostess.
Miami-Coral Gable* Pace Setters' tea in behalf of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal is planned by Women's Division leaders.
Shown preparing invitation list for the event to be held on
Monday, February 1st. at the Watersedge, home of the Sam
Weissels are seated (left to right) Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chair-
man, Mrs. Sidney Leicourt. Mrs. Aaron Kanner. Standing are
Mrs. William D. Singer, Mrs. Sam Weissel and Mrs. A. Frank
Wellins.

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lard Schultz, of New York, na-
|onal chairman of the ADL.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 22.
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Wflirhanslfih *
Kadison to ippea
A group of Jewish artists, who
fre making a Jour of the South
pider the auspices of the South
frn District of the Workmen's Cir-
cle, will present a panorama of
900 years of Jewish life in the
United States at a concert sched-
uled for Sunday evening. 8 pm.
i/. Cooper.
r in Convert Here
Bureau Offers Scholarships for UM
Hebrew Language, Civilization Courses
day, January 26th. at the Bureau
building.
In cooperation with the UJ-
u.,.,tv of Miami, the Bureau la
offering fully accredited Univer
Mty courses at the Bureau build-
ing in Elementary Hebrew and He-
i Harold Thur- brew Civilization. 'The courses
' man chairman of the Bureau'- m designed to stimulate a greater
Scholarship application- for I ni
fered at the Bureau of JewtaJ
Education building 188 NW8W
^ve. Miami, for the Spring
term are now being called for in-
terview, .wording to an announce
jects to be offered for soon,
to Adult Jewish org\S
throughout the Greater Miami I
munity. Panel subjects and r^'
speakers are being ComnS
with first meeting to oTKT
the early part of February. '
! Xdult EduVaUon Committee I study of these subjects by Jewish
Uat.ons... ^viewed -each,, **-. ^
prtiPTWifil J i > Jewish schools of
Matka Itirt
prano. is known (Of her renditions
of folk tongs in Yiddish and He
brew. In addition to appearing in j
New York, she has given recitals !
in Chicago, LtM Angeles. Atlanta.
Birmingham. Houston. Memphis
and Savannah
Miss Copper il -i M BOBH here
hrmti H/aficfeansty
; at the Lyceum. 25 Washington Av
, enue
The gruup includes Israel Wei-
ich.insky. Masha Benya. Charlotte
Cooper and, Tola Kadison.
Wciichunsky. who arranged and
directed the entire production, is
a known actor of character parts.
' He has appeared on the Yiddish
Stage in New York and during the
last two years toured the United
, States and Canada.
Masha Benya. a dramatic so-
Bernard Stevens. Charles Gottlieb
land Louis Schwaruman onTues
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Miami AJC to Meet
The ne\t regular meeting of the
. Chapter of the American
Jewish Congress will take place
on Wednesday, January 27th. 1
Pm. at Beth El Congregation
a report on the Lathi Quar
. nnerdance and a discus
OB the donor projects. Miss
iine Grumb> ad
at rhe Miami Library, will
.-. Mr- Gould M> Mother-In-
law. bj Andre Haul
Refreshments will be served
Greater Miami," T h u rman ex-
plained.
Registration for the courses will
be held at the U M Evening Divi-
sion on February 8th through
12th. with first classes beginning
on February 16th and continuing
thereafter on Tuesdays and Thurs-
days evenings.
The Bureau is now planning
special panels of vital Jewish sub-
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ARTICLE XII IS MAJOR PROBLEM, WRITER FEELS
By RINNA GROSSMAN
iWtiUittft,
AJP
The New Y'
Lcttling down. Most columns writ-
|i, in January 1954 either have
[already or are about to make pre-
|,!icions or else to round up the
highlights of the weary year so
recently deposited. This is usually
fun for writer and reader alike
| but .-.inetimes a sheer luxury.
I und myself unable to indulge
Ijn this kind of punditing because
I there is one outstandingly import-
[ant matter concerning Israel which
has dragged itself over into 1954
and which is in danger of being
overi iked by all of us in the flur-
ia n! New Year summaries and
thai is the small matter of the
I |,y now noted paragraph 12.
let me remind you: Paragraph
12 ol the Israel-Jordan Armistice
^eemenl contains a clause which
specifies that one year after the
siting of the agreement either
side may rightfully summon the
diber to a parley regarding revi-
on of the armistice agreement
.ind that such a request is binding;
arfi , ; jls >ry-
When the security situation in
Israel worsened and became i
acute, culminating in the Kibya'
mci'lent, and the UN censure of |
! the Jewish State reluc-'
decided to invoke paragraph
i2 in order*to force the Arabs to
(h-cu s peace in the Middle EaSt.
No one else seemed either will-
ing or able to do anythiag about
the simmering, no longer luke-
warm war raged quietly behind the
headline* on Israel. Israel's lead-
er- knew that if the Arabs ignored
(fnmon's, thev would thereby.
autom/rtfr-ally nullify fhe ,
Went upoh which it depends -
but it was decided that the cause
of peace was urgent enough even I
for this perilous gamble. Para-1
graph 12 was Invoked. That was
last year. What has happened!
since then?
Several things. Fir.st of all. the
Arab, leadership rocked back on
lit hand-sewn heels. This was a
real and concrete challenge in
volvlng four Arab states all of
which had signed armistice agree-
ments with Israel. What were they
to do now? Defy UN in this public
and dangerous way? Destroy the
shaky armistice agreement and so
to war with Israel openly? The
Arab'; governments, particularly
Jordan', reaped their destructive
political whirlwind. If they accept-
ed' and agreed to sM down with
Israel and talk about peace how
would an over-stimulated, agitated,
pos.-stilly frenzied public, fed for
years on a diet of hatred towards
Israel, react? Might not a gentle-
man of Mediterranean tempera-
mea* in fez-red anger at betrayal
by his leaders fire a gun or draw
a knife? *
The Arab dilemma, thus viewed,
not pleasant. Whatever the
was
decided
they
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Jordan preferred not to sit down
with representatives of Israel But,
at the moment that I write, it has
been reamed that this answer is
a guarded one, written in narrow
Ltnei with wide spaces between.
The rejection is one carefully
phrased to leave the door to peace
a jar.
Let us put two and two together:
have the Arab leaders decided to
fool their own people to say
"no" and then be sternly coaxed
by an indignant United Nations to
think again and then say "yes"?
The Secretary General, I under-
stand, has already dispatched a
severe note to Jordan. Will this
be used to explain to the Jordan-
ians that this is the will of Allah-
Kismet destiny at work?
I think so. And I think there is
hope that paragraph 12 may yield
fruit and perhaps peace will
come this year. It is hard to he
sure but I think perhaps the Is-
raelis won their gamble and a con-
ference to talk about peace may be
in the offing.
Morrta 'RirBcn, president of
Kirsch Beverages, Inc., New
York City, and discoverer-
owner of the No-Cal Bever-
age, takes in the sunshine
and jest at the Hotel Algiers.
Known for his philanthropic
work, a well as heading two
of the Wlgest beverage firms
in- the United States, Kirsch's
work%*.head of the bever-
age Department of the Feder-
ation of Jewish Charities has
won for him esteem through-
out the State of New York.
He ha3 also hecrded more
than 15 fund raising opera-
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UJA, American Red Cross,
Youth United and the New
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+ kmi j?H>AY, JANUARY
Greater Miami's
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY S,C^
HEBREW ACADEMY hold New Law Junr *l M j STlJ^.TSS-SuS
.day MK semces a. 5:15 ^-^ZH^S^i^ "" n' ".*
b.,^ momiM xrw iarna Kammeakf kiddush will .... m ird a*.
Friday
p.m. Saturday
are at 9 am
ander Gross will preach
.. morning services jaeaia _
' when Rabbi Ate- follow under the aiupm of the W
wiU preach on the Sisterhood. s. Abraham
snail DoPAnd We Shall *-. a* Mrs. Aaron Wemgar a.,;
Hear .Mincha will be at 5 par. tea winj as hostesses **" a,t- s< ,*. -> l*i K
followed by Shales Seudos Daily b at 5 30 pm. Mlowd by Skate u, {*,.
dafl will e" .. ,,.v ..- i;,. .i an.
Pi.-
M
-ervices are at 7 40 a.m.. and 5 15 Seudos Rabbi ^^~~
pm. Sunday morning service, are cuss the WeeklyJtjOoa. Ju> ^.^
at 8 a.m.
>emces are at

530aad6pjn A daily lecture ser D-------'-s.-u.-j--
'. -. ~ >tsh bwH and cwstoms is
BETH EL CONGREGATION wffl les on
hold Friday evening services at green by the Rahbi between after c 1.1. -.,.,
5:30 p.m. Saturday morning >err- coon jernees.
ices are at 8:30 am when Rabbi '
Shmarvahu Swirskv will officiate MtAMl WBEW SCHOOL and
and discuss: The Decalogue Rab- CONGREGATION
bi Samuel Krolowitz will conduct e\eciti service* tt
v
!>" Rabb! A>*an.lr
III St., MB
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'if. !"J1 K a class in Talmud at 4 pm Mincha Rabbi SSnwe Apr '' .dm UN sw
is at 5 p.m.. followed by Shales discussiaf- TV Kaddlst S*
Seudos. The Rabb. will he day morna* w are 830 < > ; Ahrj*.. Cm-
Portion of the Zohar Junior >en a m_
Ices urc in Academy H^.: tt I *
a.m.
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FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH
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Friday evenir .
p.m.
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to be conducted by Rabbi Max M
1 Landman Ira Wyner. student of
the Hebrew School, will chant the
%T\i<-ev assisted by the mixed
choir Theme of the Rabbi's ser-
mon will be: No Slavery. Said The
Lord The Sisterhood will sponsor
the >neg Shabbat. Early evening
Mrrleea will be held at 5:15 p.m..
conducted by Rev Rudolf E. BrilL
Saturday service* will begin at 9
a m Rabbi Landman will speak
on b It Possible To Live Today
By The I^ws Of The Torah. Min-
cha i* scheduled for 5 p.m.. fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos and
Maariv

TEMPLE SINAI, of Hollywood.
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m. The service, as well as
the Sam service Saturday morn-
ing, will be dedicated to the Bar
Mitzvah of Henry (rcrtzman, son
of Mr and Mrs. Louis Gertiman.
The Bar Mitzvah will participate
and deliver a message during both
services Cantor Joseph W. Malek
and the Temple Choir will render
the mu-ical portions of the liturgy.
Rabbj David Shapiro will officiate.
Subject of hi* Million is sched-
tthy I Believe In God.
The Gertzmana will sponsor the
bal following and tender
n on S iturday morning
n ol the Bar Mit/-
n ony. Daily morning >erv
it !l a m
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH- and Mrs U mis Kaplan, and Jerald.
SIDE CENTER | Hi | v;- -
take place Rabbi L :
. Portion ol
-.'ler the I are in the
chapel at 8 a m and 545 p m.
Rabbi*<
KNESETH
GATiON will hold Fridaj evening
:it 5.15 pm

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am. when Leonard, son of Mr
and Mr* Bernard Handsel.
44th Court, will become Bar Miti
\ah He will a-sist the Rabbi dur-
ISRAEL CONGRE- ing Friday evening and Saturaaj
morning iervieea Md during the
Saturda) confirmation ceremony will preach
mornin- are at 8:30 am, '>n the topic: The (all Of Isaiah
when Cantor Abraham S-if will The Handsels will be host- ;,t the
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE Mine! :, 3.1 p m Kiddush following.
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?-StO|| White
Building
Thurmond Monument Co.
MARKEBS S40.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Opn Sundayi Phont 4-324J
. mornm
"re at 11 a.m.. wh I b) Mr Seudos un
Reach for the DROMEDARY
packate with the kesher
Miami Convalescent Horn
S*c'alixlng in Cart to tht Elotrlyl
Chronically III. 34-Hour Nurtinf I
cr Special Di.ti Strictly Oonwlij
"rivat* and Somi-Privjte Roomi.
LEO ALLEN. Olrfctar
J35 a.W. 13tn vc-.i
OkiuM S-S4ST and t-Vt
ilci
wartz
Bar .Mitzvh of Rob-rt. son ol Mr lr" "* Lefkowitz in honor of ,. '""' M: Joseph Sefa
Pleischman. wili ir na's Bfaduation from the
take place. Cantor Jacob Born- Lnivc'r-I'> "I Miami Saturday
n will render the musical por- ,non|h>* service- are at 8 am.
of the liturgy-.
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
when Allan Tro,,,,. son f Mr and Jiu hold Fridaj even,,, .
Mr. Jach Troop, will become Bar ,V",,l l"n ""h "-11'1" Hen
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER 52*
hold early Frida i evening Eg,,
-erv.ee- al 5:30 p m Late services
30 p.m.. when Rabbi Al-
fred V.. -..man will fficiati
el by the Center Choir. Sul
sermon i- scheduled
ah. Rabb, llaiavsky will 1 (,k"-"'' """i:.li.1^ Subji
^h on the Weekly Portion 'K' M'rm"- h- Muni in a -erie- n
ha 1- at 5:15 P m followed bs X'l "/;, ,'""" Khedul.
a Seudos U|,n Al1 rhy Hear) Cantor \t,'
;"- Neuwiil render tS n
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA- ""'"''- ""he hlllrL:> ,..... ';'
TiON will hold ,-::,., ,,,.,: "< h ir under the
>'0 P.m. Saturda
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION ^^.J"''1 sUm> ,;,'"'"rrah cla
hold Friday evening set
at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Chain M
on. Rosh Ve-hiva of the Rabbi
rael Solanter Academy. Bronx. immwmi5Ef222 Jtw'5H CEN- i,.",'.' "" '"".re> Mr rf -
New York, will be guest speaker. Iz. l^ld Pndav evening tv '1.. d(' .I""1 >>. |
I
ation hlws "r"1 GemornOi claaa of ihB
* ('h" KiL?5^.GABLES w.h cen. ;!-:: a- SSiXrS
Subject of hi- J S *P-v "** ^bbi Mor- ba ta.;,'" IPOOAO, ,h, 5L shS
uled Arifl Kathcr In., ns Skop^officiating and preaching i JfJ"** The ,ntI "JJfJ
Law cantor Aaron Weingarten \% '."V P Aha,,hful Bemnant "'""-'ted an (ir ','
will render the musical portions of ,?-l.S '" P,fPl, Cantop ,rv" SaST^ rwu^".fron ,,'
^ay morning "^S "of" BlftTt > ^ ^^ "^
Oneg Shabbat will follow. Satur"
day morning services are at 10:30
the
JUbbi Mescheloff will discuss: The
-"SS^
Liaten To
SCHACHTERS
New Yiddish Prooram
NORMAN R. LYONS nX


,s for Mount Sinai Jubilee Shape as
lointments of Chairmen are Made
.i f siso.000 has been set chairmanship of ticket sal** t.
PAGE 7 B
|,,,| of SISO.000 has been set
fount Sinai Hospital for its
I 4th all-star Jubilee. The
[ncement by chairman Leo-
Wicn disclosed that "this
ip highest g>al wc bm* *'
|(,,l in our four years of fund
g one night shows." A four-
. entt rlainment program is
Lied for the Miami Beach
Lrium. with Ed Sullivan as
I, f ceremonies,
lumber of appointments were
[announced by Wien. Sid
llin and Benny Gaines have
designated co-chairmen in
* of entertainment, with
Elm heading the production
he fourth consecutive year.
Jtose will be in charge of vol-
ts assigned to hotel promo-
Vhile Mrs. Lillian Shaw heads
flephone and delivery squad
ice workers.
final report on chairmen and
Ir, will soon be made by Wi-
h<> indicated that the list
reach close to 150. "With
greater goal, we need a much
; number of ticket sellers. Our
was nol arbitraily set. It is
Ion the largest deficit in the
fy of Mount Sinai Hospital.
bear's hospital losses were
0. Thi Hist of operating our
f:h. training and free-sevice
keeps mounting steadily."
ined.
Plough last year's ilMM* raided
_0. thr Jubilee chairman was
Istic tti.it contributloaa this
would achieve the higher
"It will lake a lull hniw.
>i capacit) crowd in the audi-
m to do it, but our workers
I keyed up to their prodigious
Gertner. executive director
punt Sinai Hospital, and his
lant. Sab Zibit. accepted co-
chalrmanship of ticket sales to ven-
dors. "Although our deliciti con
Unite to mount each year." Gert-
s*fr stated, "we cannot afford to
discontinue any part of our charity
work, the training of residents and
name, unergency clinics or other
non-profit facets of our hospital
work. Our research department
believed to be the only such pro-
ject in a voluntary hospital in this
area, is bringing much recognition
to Mount Sinai.
Ed Sullivan's stint, his third
year in a row, again comes through
the cooperation of the Lincoln-
Mercury dealers of America. The
newspaper columnist-TV star is
rounding up a stellar array of tal-
ent for the one show he does an-
nually in the Greater Miami area.
Malavsky Concert
Set January 26th
Cantor Samuel Malavsky and his
Family Choir of four daughters
and two sons will present a con-
cert at the Dade County Auditor-
ium on Tuesday evening, January
26th. 8:30 p.m. The program will
include Jewish. Hebrew, English
and liturgical numbers. The Ma-
lavsky family, after visiting the
State of Israel and concertizing in
the United States and Canada, are
now famous on radio, television
and platforms as the Singers of
Israel.
In a part of the Malavsky con-
cert, the girls will appear in a
program of cantoral music. Also
program of cantorial music. Also
Yiddish melodies and jazz versions
of Jewish songs.
Proposed Charter
Carefully Read,
Judge Indicates
Judge Norman R. Lyons, who is
acting as attorney for the Charter
Rparh"?hBanl .* .North Miami way thisr would be pofjtbfe under
Beach this week indicated that the, tbe present charter would be by
"?." l for the best interest of the com-
munity.
"In this way," Judge Lyons ex-
plained, "the voters would have a
chance to veto any legislation and
keep it from becoming law."
Judge Lyons continued that "it
s interesting to note that the only
LEGAL NOTICE
""tine here proved to him that
the proposed charter has been
read very carefully locally.
Lyons answered many questions
having to do with the provisions
pertaining to the bonded indebted-
ness legislation and the initiative
and referendum provisions of the
charter.
"What impressed me most,"
Judge Lyons stated, "was tlfe in-
terest shown in the provisions of
the charter pertaining to the per-
missive referendum. The citizen-
ry seem very pleased that a pro-
general election which era Id be
as distant as two years away."
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN thai
the UOaeraigneri, deHlnnt; lo eiuta;.- in
luiftlnex-. undar Hi.- fii'iltluuH num.- of
i'EOOYh lil-.-AI TV SALON, 1NV. l
163 7 Wimhington Avenue Miami
Beach. Florida. Intend to reglater said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
louit of Hade Count}, Florid*.
PBOQVB BEAUTY BALON, INC.
Bj> JACQUES AI'EKIIAi-ll.
President
MABOAIOBT aikhbach.
_____ Secretary
GEORGE I'HKRTKiiF, F.Sy..
Attorney for I'l-mo's Beauty
Siilon. Inc.
I__--'-.- it/5-12________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTIC'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalRned, dcMiini; to ninnii' In
liuaiiiem under the flctlttoui. nun- ..f
WIEKKIt WINK Cn. ,,| 3522 N.W
'iih Btreet, Miami, intend* to reajtater
>..nl nun,- with the Clrk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Hade County, Florida
SAMUEL WIEDER
Mi ILLY \V1 EDER
BERNARD \V 11,1 HI:
Attorney foi Apiiliraiits
sn Lincoln Rd
22-21 2/6-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN
the underalRned. deMrliiK to cnkiiifte in
bualm I he fli I It lou nai e
LONDON PLATERS, a) lOlMI E Ml
Btreet, Hlalaah, Florida, Inti
rejartatar paid umt with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dad* County,
F'loi Ida.
LARRY LONDON
10X0 E. 2lili Ktiaet, H'alenh
STANLEY JOEL Up\ INE, EtMj
AUornev for Lonffiln T'latera
tXU l/mcoin l;..ad| Mian i i Bemih. f'l
1/8-I.S-22-29
NOTICE. UNDtR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
the underalgnod, denirinK to entea'- i
huafneaa under the fictitious uai.....'
SYDNEY BEAUTY SII'I'I.Y CO.. at
i i'ojiidm AveQua, Intend* to regi*t<
r*ald name with the Clark of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Comity, F'M>rid .
SYDNEY BOBELBON
A. J. KAPLAN'
Attorney for Applicant
ZS3 Lincoln Road
1/1S-2J-M 2/.'i
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY Or DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. MachteL Director
5505 N. W. 3rd St Phone 87-8201
?*
Judge Mormon t. Lyons
vision has been placed in the pro-
posed charter which not only
makes it possible for them to initi-
ate certain proposed legislation, so
that it would be finally acted upon
by the city council, but more im-
portant, that they might initiate
referendum on legislation which
had been passed upon by the coun-
cil in the first instance and which
the citizenry might feel was not
3 tPee/t/e rc/to /,/tcttt
cAccte (Gctdonbfi)\ iAe
fuu.J in fiineUi/ telviee
A service that leave* a
lotting remembrance
of beauty and reverence
and the utmost in
considerate attention at a
time when most needed
GORDON
FUNERAL HOME, Inc.
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
710 S.W. 12th AVE. 1333 DADE BLVD.
Ph. 3-3431 Ph. 5-7677
. H. If NNITT, Funeral Dkecter
ATTENTION ATTORNEYS!
^OnPOHATiOKi OWJTFiTS
Lowest Prices Quickest Delivery
in South Florida
Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at
2-4366
Diefenbach Sees
Citizen Interest in
Good Government
Maydr Daniel Diefenbach, of
North Miami Beach, indicated that
the result of the open forum Char-
ter Revision meeting which was
held at the North Miami Beach
('ity Hall on Thursday night, Janu-
;u> 14th, "proves that the citizens
of North Miami Beach are vitally
interested in better government."
Members of the Charter Revi-
sion Board were cross-examined at
length by the representative group
at I ending on the various phases of
the proposed Charter, and many
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 1^ HKRKBY niVBN that
ic undri aigned, dealt Ina to el
mi uiifl. r the rlrtltloui n.iiTi.- ..f
I>i-:i:ica LYNN HHOP", at l"i'l Lln-
n Road, Miami Bearb, Florida, In-
ti 'i'l- to i. ri hi.- ,lli Hi,-
'l.rk of I'm- Circuit Court of Dad*
Count). Florida
WILLIAM I-1 IX. .11! 8ol< l
EDWARD H rtEKNICK
Attoi ii -j for "Debra Lj nn Rbop"
.' 5 I..'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE I- HEREBY GIVEN that
thi underalaned, dealflna to ensac< In
-inii-i- ih<- flctltloua name "f
"THE HWEATER MAKT". at 1IMH-A
WaahitiKton AvaaajB, MSaml Beach,
Florida, Intandi to reglKi.-r aalri ....."
with tin- i'li-ik nf Hi.- Circuit Court of
Dade County, F lorldn.
WII.i.iam Fox. .lit, Bole Ownei
EDWAltD S RBHNICK
Attorney f>r "The Bweater Marl"
I :'l'--j:. 2/5-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 165453
I."I IS RUBIN, I'laintKf,
va.
SARA RUBIN, Defendant.
UIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SARAH Itl ItIN
4MB \rt Street. N W
Wanliiiiuiiin, D.C.
Tou nn- harab] notified ilun Kill-
<>( Complaint for Divorce baa been
fili-il afalnal you, and |rou ai,- raojulr-
-d to mt\i- a oopy it youi Anawer ir
I'leailina to Hie Llll of Complaint <-n
the iilalnllff'N Attorneya, KKSSLKL
a. i;.\iis. i:_ \v. Plasler Btre*t. M -
ami, Florida, and file Hi.....I|lnal
Anawai 01 Pleading In tbe n I
ihe dark nf th.- I'in-ini couri on or
bafoia ihe l::iii da| of F*abi lai
if you fail to 'in ao, judBment by >> -
faul ill be taken
- lof d< mandad In the Bill of Co
p| mil.
Thi nol ii itaaH lie publiahed
each week for four i-onaei utiee wi
in THE JEWISH F"LORIDI >N
DONE \Nli ORftERED si Mi I
Floi Ida, Hun l^th da
i'i ,i
K i: u: \i iii:i:m an.
a) i Ii
I lade Count). Mm I
WM W. STOCKING,
i '-.in i .- Depul
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is MKItKI'.V UlVEN that
the underalBned, dexlrlnit to enmiti' In
litiHlneaM under the fit tltlou* name of
SUPREME BEAUTY PARLOR, at 27
B.K. lut Av. Mi.imii. ml.-inI
ter mill name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
KDVTIII-: COHN
1/22-29 I [ II
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IF HEREBY CIVEN thai
the und I, dealrina lo neaae in
a under the Hi 111 loua name of
APPLIANCE CENTER, al l40 W.
Plaaier Btreet, Mi. ml ntenda lo ri
d name irlth tha rierk of ihr
ciieult Court of Dade County, FTor-
WA8HEI INC
MVi:i!.-. IIIIM \.\ \ KAPLAN
Atto in- i foi \ upllcanl
d l:ldi!.
2 6-12
Mmyr Dan Diefmbach
sections were read, interpreted and
discussed.
Mayor Diefenbach said that the
City of North Miami Beach "is so
strategically situated geographical-
ly as to be the logical recipient of
the gigantic development which has
been flowing northward through-
out these last few years."
He stated "it is my opinion that
the adoption of this Charter will
help the development of our com-
munity because both the investor
and homemaker may, upon inquiry,
know they are living in a commu
nity which by law protects them
in every way."
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 165627
8IIF;LD0N MOBD, Plaintiff
LORKTTA SANDRA MOBD,
I i.-i.-n lant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
: iRETTA SANDRA Ml 'ED
V.mi in a hereby notified i al Bill
..( CompuUnl fin Divorce baa been
filed asalnal you, and you are requir-
ed in aerve a oops of your Anawer oi
Pteadlna to Hie Bill of C'oniplnlni on
Hi. plaintiff! Attorney, BEN l-:ssi:\
ii-.i.i Bulldlnx, Miami, Florida,
and file ih,- original Anawer or Plead-
ing in i'ii- office of the Clark of the
Circuit Court on or before thi ISnd
day of February, ixt.i if you fall t.>
do ao, juilKiiiiiit by default will lie
taken aaalnat you for tha r,-in-f da-
manded In the Bin of Complain I
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, thin isth dm of January,
AH 1954.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clark, I'liiu'i Court,
I i.ule ('ountJ F oilda.
B) WM, W BTOCKINfi
(Circuit Court Bean Deput) Clerk.
BEN i:sm:n, f:s -.:"! Saybold Bull tin M iml, Florida
1/22-2a __________________
IN "THE CIRCUIT CURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. Ni). 1*560*
KREDRIC II BTANOE, PkaMMf,
JANB JANVIER WARD BTANOE,
ii'lanl
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO:JANK JANVIER WARD STANtJE
4SS Weal 17th Btreet
N. Vmk. New York
rOU m:i-: HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill nf Complaint for Divorce
haa been filed aeainM you, and you
are herel,\ reejttfarael to aarve eaw
of your Annwer i" the Bin of Com-
plaint mi I'laintlffa attorney, and file
wet in the onto* of
Hi- i l.rk of the Circuit Court, on oi
before Hie 22nd day ( FVbruan It i
i.ilii'iwl-.-. the atleratlima of aelrt Hill
,,f I'omplalnt will he taken as O
ed HR,i
Dated iliis ivim das of January.
l.-.t. ^.
I-: ii LE \ rHERM KN,
i-l.rk of the Circuit Court
B) H II RICE, lit
Deputy Clerk (aeal)
ROE -i T \i.l won-. B8Q
I r.u Plaintiff
42ii l.iiiroln I'.o-d, Miami Beach, H
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADS
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 165110
STEPHEN ONACHXX, Plaintiff
vs.
LOUISE I. ONACILLA, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LOUISE I. ONACILLA
::>'i \\. in,.
I: viin.'ie. New Jer.ev
Y<|- ARE HEREBl NOT1P1E
Unit .i BUI nf Cmpiami for Divorce
h II I..... (i i iialn."*t you. .md you
.ue ii-i|iiired lo aerve a cap) of "i
Anawer to tin- Bill of Complaint for
Divorce on ihe plaintiff*! attorneya,
OWNET A CJENET, 120 Lincoli
Miami Hea.-li, Florida, ami file th-
orlalnal Anawer In the Off......r iii-
CJerk of the Circuit Court, on i
fore the 2nd da) of Febi
or a Decree Pro Confaeeo iil ba
entered aaainnt you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, th
da of Dei ember, I I
i: I! LEATHERMAN,
i ik. Circuit Co
|ii. i',- .-Hi i-'.n Li i.
B) B. II RICE
i Si-.-iii I leu ity <
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I I
tha undei (ned, de i ln to en*
CABINET WORK!
North M
with thi
I i.ule 'ounl \. Florida
i-'i::i:i: at \an industries, in .
HOMER I. MARLOW
nay for
I'll..-: ii!.. || Inc.
IIS Longford Building, Miami, nmida
i. i-s-i:,-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is lii:i;i:i:v OIVEN
the underelgned, deairing to
iml. 1 III" flctll Of
SEYM* II R II' iTl'i.. ..i "I., f nai
vnni.i Ave., Miami Beach, FT* In-
t. nda i" i -in- with
ci.-rk of the Circuit Court "f D
County. Florida
RBNATO BENVENLTI
. ,.\ nor)
KEHSLRR \ DABS, An......|
Aitornev* for Applicant
Weat I aaler St.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undarskfiiad, deairing to angag;* In
Imalii'-ss under the f i, i it i.inr- name of
C i IXTER and W I-: PIERCE, C
a P ii ILLECTINO IRRNCY
le.iil Building, Miami, Florida, In)
! hi mi- will i he i 'lei k
of the Circuit Court ol Dade Count/,
Floi Ii
W. K PIERCE '.)
C. CASTER >_)
K \.-s \M) I--II.I.I.II
Attorney* for
c earner and W I: Pierce
I v I -, .
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vJewisti fkriafiar
solicit* your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Phone 2-4366
for messenger service


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,11 :.. laufiil f"i i .in > leiat
[tui|*ona .tii.l power* <>f lh-
i ,t dad th..t ii-. laocaa In
......i- -ii.tii ba ki ',''1
rfit ul i puMle library;
'. t t.,\-
i borroa money, wilhln the
i'- i hj ..... ii law; and
n i .ii. t apacial aiueiiinent>
unfei rid
Kh ,11 ln.i nubile
,.. inn. i,.,.... hiii-. L*onatruotf
,n .,, ,ir leaae
ll .- lo -1'ilre by
.....therwlst, within or
oithi.ut th. iimii prapart)
mi Ii pura"'**'*". aub-
l..i lwi|M.M-d by
I. \ f..r In in-.ilerllon i i.. iri.ml aaral public
utiliti I i,i reaul.de the
r. ..f.
I m.tk. I", .il public Improve-
. i re In '-ond. iihi.,t,..11
lihin in Ith-
.....,.- I.mits ne*-eeH^rv for
au, Ii til and nln to ac-
uver that needed for
ich Iniptavemeat, and la aell or
.' i-', \ w .tl, leuli 1. lion*
i i.. prate, t .uirt pi' i ra th>-
.in.l m-ll bonda on the
.m u hole ..r in pa, t. M ui>
?perty, or of auca e\-
nj public utility
I, the "it. or "f ii,, ,. entaa
lf I."III. in. In,In,it th. is,.
1111 t > If ilexmed di
fi alatlas the
lillee
BfMf
I
I th.
, I",
III,I
To l
Im

upon
'
ai4? hi,h is '"|"' < KsjK
;-. M..fh;.';:r,"-fJ^t^
^'Th-^Ktr^V'^'-'
aVMBU
l 1 I *l-
el Im.
'" tbet privlb-i,
"" .......K police I'd '......'

" '' i.....IMnm ,..,,
"'- aaae^......"ot'mZ '.'
which, in raaa of f..re
in., v opal ale
> ,. h ul
idMimiMer
hjiHt to the ;. i. i .il
a ithln
n r ;.....i
i.i > ul i.....- not. in
i I .:. s .
I. i", alun .....,.,poa
I he ;. ii iMIltatlon ,.f Ii >sht< .1 ar-
... .... ,^,,|v
non, ilii Tor awra
a t^tj.
, To pmvldi I
Ho nl lot
il airI ,.! |
ii,, i,. .-
m I "i propei
.i -T-.
leenied
ARTICLE II
THE COUNCIL; THE MAYOR
I I
-' I
1 'I I Th
1
M
'' ( (ha
i'...
Vaeaa. ie. ,: louawfJ
1 cil rato
-i Me,


H il, of 1
I
., "
and public
l .,
..I Ordli
p. r-
.-
n. s oTSm
! fr'Sn
vot,
' 'n2QU.AL'Flf?AT,l0^--oun-
,-llma, ;- if coun-
. -i......"!"
LIOAL N0TIC|
time lo time ,h, ,.
pertoim all duti.., i,,*^!'*'
awn. odk-era.., ,,,"";'*3
lor or Con,i
and dull*. ., ,,. .,.'""' N
M may hereafter I... r,.Ja ??"
nanie ana by ti,i i-hrM? *J
'lii.r^i. A full ..,,.1 ,.''1'
- aS"*
ill
d of
iieanta of ...
st<""nt; and ahall^S-1
..,,., si.I.I..., -.----. "I*, "
and aubniti t,,
^'">,, oun'l t the w,
meeting in each ,......,h
shoHliif the -.......... -"
month
Mnounl ,,f
penaaa of each I'*, larpairta
Hat!
men!
iiutac.
the pte.edina month, p1^
the amount allov.. i i *J
' Tlien the Annual
Ihl To act on all ni,|lnaaa>..
by the City c-ou.,.,',r,,Q,J
be aubiultted b.f,, .i"JW
lect to the Maw r ,1."
Mayor, for hi* appi| 1(7 '
he anall aian the -.,, L^
lo the rity fieri, ,| do_
return aunie win, |,, bk
writlna. to the fit) lounHfl
al reauUr meeting ,
i-aiiae the aame to l. pntet*
upon Ita recordn ,,f their
li.ga, with the M,,,,,',
thereto, and pans ,n.u ,
,i|m,ii conalderati.,1, ,
ah.,11 paa aald Onl '
flftha 14/S) ma>irili vot, J
vote "hall he entei.-.t up..n '
onla. auch Ordinal,,.. hall ,
. ..,. law, the M...... a v
lonirnry notwlths,. i,ni
nance which ahall not lie i
the City Council at the
meeting after It.. |ieaagt
written veto, ahall i......me'il
like manner aa if ..ppruved |
Mayor or Acting Mayot.
action S-VACANCiES IN
l.-nt of |
sejice of I
- II art
' 'it ai I
rht to)
he citjrJ
-hall. b1
OK ilAYlill The I-,
Council, during the
blllt> f the May.,,.
Mayor, but while e>
he ahall not have th.
vote aa a member ol
but the flty c
eaae, elect a Praaldeat pre'
,n iaae the Ma>or >l ill t* ib^.
lalH.rlng under any rtltabiUtj MM
than three daya at .i lime, the I
Itig Mayor ahiul the
sil.ny lor the time >.f hi ah
dlMiiillty. provide,!. ih,t In the I
of the abaence, alritt,.....r ilk
..t,..,i of the Mayoi i or the I
dent of the City Council, the
Council may ele<-t nn, t lu ta
who ahall he Acting Moor.
...tiiia Mayor cannot sit aa a
hm-II; and, prut trie d, fun
laae of death, reiK i
failure to |iiallf>
or |ih>-lcal dlaabiliti In
failure to elect a May, -h.- Pre
of the Clly I'nuni il i
aa Mttove piovl.le.l. ah I,what]
ilutlew of aald afflce nitil (:IM
manner and purau.,, t All
\'in. scii.im fi ..f t:... I'harhal
Section 7. DUTIES AND POM
OF CITV COUNCIL l"Kjr|
'..ill ha\e tae pov to etla
all of the pvai'ii. grant, I to IM
"f North Miami i
Charier, together with nil
.
lion all faiueia aiai
' nv The berelnafl. i 'i
tl.',ilnr iiowera in th tuirtar
not be il. ad la
i...n to ti,e powera i *"4 I
.>r Implied tl,. iah)
-e of am 'i
I tll.lt I he I'll
.i i:.| ni.iv axel all
which, under Hie ,
and granted '
.la of iltiea an I t
l.i> Of lag Stale ..f I
be i ni|srtent for I
. i all) in numeral.-
ENUMERATED POWERS
in- die tea)

h.
ana
I saal It
sll.'l, '
md auca
I.i, tad I
,rier a*, ,
f the L*
at nei-eal
,1,,. ninl I

liee I,,
'
nnual
caaed
:
aafcrV'n, $*f:Ths .
fen -hall ,M. Ilx
.;.....' '
', n "iimllmen
MAVo'R-^.T-^rRMEAO. THE
"hall be .....,,.
' (he ClTv
Ihe led from
Serlin ._____
(d)
&.** ayatent
":> vMuip,,,,.,,,
atliis 11,-ti-
if)
(K)
"ilnlatrathm """ -"i'l Ad.
nilnlMrallon
(J Amphitheatrea
."" "' ,,. '"'. '. '"uncll
; ""' n\. "'' -'""" >
fler, I,, ,i her-.
".-n.-..,Bray
f'V.V>';l,\,,|l ;;;,;-:';> '7 iHe.-itv
s. ,;; -.'"I.""'* "lea
' a nartv, "* *" where th.
I'-iLl'" s"n
"'"I- or olher
ine to which
/"el., cnntracla.
"' hich ih. ''"'"" ,n wr'-
,',",hv'""i I- do vi lf 1 ii,ak- 1 I" II
^om,en.l.t,ri. f,m
COUNCIL: The
aa I a ami la giant'
powesra aa f.di..s
11) To apiadnl a I'
s|,..l, p.-i lortn .! tl
n him l,y the
Charter and Which an
whl.h ii i M
pre*, ii.eo in i ii\ n iiaaari
ahall pci-fonn ail d
n|-.n him h> I lie
Cnarier and win
rllani. or which m hereafla
preacnbeil by CIO > dinaaca;
To make. eataM
for th' 'iiivrriitneiii
Ihe Officer* of aeid '
nancra In wrillna.
Ijwa and Itulea of in
nt with Ihia "
i 'onatltutloa and In.-
Siatea aa thev ma\ il
II) To paaa all Ordin
>! the p, naltiea foi \
of, aa may ba Bi
pravaal and abate n,iiaacea
, .1 To leatraln and p leu"
I,ling or olher disorderly
in pi. .nt the running at
cattle, homea. dog". hog.
Koala, and fowla and other
tl. bird". In the afreets or
City I-in,Ita and lo mil""*"
aame.
() To provide for "".**?
menl of waterworks -"" /"
planta nevewnary '"' t"*
and may make ronlraria
to lite aame. and
era an establish. I
the ofieraliiai anJ nuinW
same. si_
(II To grant muni. Ipal fran.lu"
transportation trlcei.iph an"
phone ompanles f .a
( To reei.lale lh- "i". "M ,
aireet or other railwaji ">"
toe cm Limits .
<) To ll.enae. control and
privllerea. Inisln. -
and profeaatona carried o* *T..
gaarea) In within th. c <'~*!1?
lha amounta of auch *"_-_*
laaew ahall he fixed by t^? rTJ
i-9 which amount of sa,U '",
BO* be dwpendent upon,
state revenue taw.
iMI
and !
founeal may charge bceaj
nad exceeding rive llundrea
okX-s. '-?:>
-->.- anaTVje. slew bnjr*^
aaacted aaaal malnuiaed wwji
ly l.linJta unlll U'"J_|SI
hall raaa fliat been pa*-.
CHy Clerk. ,iarula* 1
(10) To ,-onlrol and '"JT *,
aaU of latoxlcjdlnr ll2^siafl
and bear within the CIO. "


January 22. _i954_
Jm4*>nr>r/MM
HE'" "
PAGE 9 B
EOAL NOTICE
1
LEGAL NOTICE
,1, ordinance* by fine or
(,iit. or !> both fine and
al
,, .,11 such Ordinance* aa
,r, establlah quar-
Li health regulation* for
, f Soi Hi Miami Coach not
K,t with the rules and reg-
T( the SI""' Hoard of
L| enforce same by p a, range for. prowue and
t"tv Board or Health.
|||(>.irdof Health hll have
1 .1111. r\ Ision of the pub-
_ ,,f the ''ID "' North Ml-
|h ,i>.l shall have the power
pinuiulgate, and enforce
IIM| regulations aa may
, for the preservation of
oi inconsistent with
, in violation of any Ordl-
the <" 0
and provide for a
. tii- "i and to regulate the
to protect the City from
:li,i lie a City Police De-
lude fin the Inspection of
In, light and water meter*.
t nforce ordlnam *.
Tnnpel 1 lii engineers of sta-
01 table Hteam and gas
. an examination for
[ ,| (n take out lii
|[,l, penalties for failure to
upel the inspection of
lili-i- except locomotive and
and i" compel em-
rmi-lov only licensed engl-
aftix -i penalty for failure
I.....nipel employers, their
vanti to allow In-
f,,I holler* and of affixing a
If,.1 refusing to do no.
fniahllsh imspltalii and with,
[11 ,>injunction of the Hoard
nini>sloner*, to c*tab-
; and 1. L-iilution* respecting
Infirm and In-
,! for the support and
uniliii'ii- ii|Min which such
urn ink it to ald City shall
main.
irionle the punishment, I.e.
n|,. i-omnnl and flnea, or
,r i.uni-liment allowed un-
^oii-titutlon, of person* who
time, disturb (lie peace
1 Unoua and ulaor-
,i vagrant* within the
Beach: or vlo-
i.f 11- nuiiiancea, or any of
? .,11.1 regulations of the
|. Health, and the. City
lb allh.
1 regulate from time
I (In !! officers and
Cltl except a*
Itherwiki provided,
pert) owntn or
II uect a 11I1 City sew-
[ I,, il.....gulate any other
11 tin: that may lend to
I:., he ilth, welfare and
i,( tin i"ii}, to prohibit and
ii.iwd'} houses and dl-
| ,1 any exhibitions,
1 ..... amusement
to prohibit
.. :, plctnre*
KUlate, restrain
I Ing on of manu-
ln iiHi casing or
I en** the sale
I ite the storage
pitch* re*ln,
, ..ii.sene, gaso-
tlble, explim-
f i-TlaJ; to rag-
Ill i'l light*, candles.
In all -t.i-
- of business;
-* the aale
and air guns
I ki
and regulate the
. ilk. flour and
- and oils.
Ii the inspection of
I nutate the
try, flan, fruit

the inspection
I r the 1 iillai y BOB
-. but char pen*
a here 11n-
.1! sold wlth-
iicl in provide
linK Mich regilla-
lain and regulate
penalties on the
agent* of any
ks, or any other
ice, or any oilier
I' he dangerous in
pll laan* or their
due notice. Hie
n:' 1 removi 1.
vide fi the enclosing, im-
ad regulation of public
1 to the 'itv with-
I nrpnrat* limit*:
l 'or the imprisonment of
' the ordinance* at
gii'- mi ih street* or other
*" coated by Ordinance
"'" in .mil riiKt attached
I' ui hy judicial authority
1 and sales upon the
l-s and public place*
'' ''itv. and to regulate.
.....hlblt hawkers and
ipon neh street*, aide-
iblle pin, .
'escribe penalties for
I all or any of Its Ordl-
"v section thereof by
I" isonment In the City
' force the collection of
attachment summarily
"itv of the delln-
ame en be found. pm-
Ihe penalty enforced
ise exceed Imprison-
I
and t,
by
,t th,
I if the
thai
III llll
If.., mm, ,R0l nyi, rm f|ne
I*'' Hunlred (*.V*1> Dollars. In
1 to the powers herelnahove
era.,.,, ,(,,, r)(y (-,lllm|| ,nH||
|ii powers and perform all the
1 upon them bv the
'" Hilda now In force, or
hereafter he enacted.
, '''r 'he government of
and i.ihiis, not Inconsistent
lih! ,,pPv'"l"n* of thl* Charter.
lei Mli.y,,r. rhlef of Police.
V'"*- Tax Asses-or end c,,l-
ll other 1-ltv Officer*.
*n .1"" !h* bower, and
1 ,,, ,'.....'""' imi>osed upon
neral Ijiw.
,'itvi "J"1 c-tahllsh a fire
1 within s*ld City, and to pre-
*. """'"" n,l reeufcaWons for
lii, .','? "nd r*oalr of l.iilld-
iilsfl*-'-' "" CI,T Council
he'n* "*"" *"f*' Ordinance* a*
\\J,,'r"mr' '" I'rotect and pre-
kll7rt 1 Um**- lusared, or
h-S .1'J' ""M r,t" e'd* the
rT. Lr,? .7''* *"' Penalties.
l'*n?i"J!!r.U, a-*e*sm*nt f.u
kh.ii .*rln '* asuinaroeht*.
H ;" Thai id of nnnnllc-
M ,,f ;,. rv' '""Ive power *nd
"" construction and re-
I kr.xlinic anrt i_iSl.,_ ... .,,
atreet*. alley*, avenues and lane*,
public wharves, landings, market
tSSSSim "SR2i b"?e"' *""
tieac-hes. oltcbais, culvert*, c*nl
stream., watar courae*. do,k-|lues'
and the location o >u. h du-k-llnes.
sidewalks, curbing, public bulMlngs
"?diil^1"w M"d *->'"',llsh lit* gradas
of all highway*, street*, parks, iiark-
ways. avenuus, alleys and thorough-
farea. "
(It) To bulkhead any waterway, to
0|*n, widen, grade, pave, repair and
otherwise Improve streets, alleys
avenuaa. boulevards, lanes and oilier
public highways, and lo construct
storm sewers, aanltary sewer* and
other drains and sewers within and
under any street, allay, avenue, lane
or other public highway, to put-
chase, lay out and Improve parks
and parkways, to constiuci or pur-
chase a telephone system, ami works
for^ supplying said city and Its In-
habitants with wfoter; to build suit-
able service or connecting appara-
tus between all or any real estate
within the City and any sewer or
drain, or any siibteiranean conduit.
pipe or duct for the supply of gas,
electric energy, or water, owned or
operated by the City, or alsiut to
be constructed by the City In front
ol such preiul.-es. to erect or pur-
chase a City Hall, hospitals for the
care or detention of the sick; Jails.
"Vket houga* or iher buildings.
LEGAL NOTICE
any waterway,
other depiession
treat, boulevard,
or other public
struct tunnel* under
to
Over
k. or
any
sBsy. aute
1 lo coa-
any waterway
all. "?.C? "hHl be r""1 ln "' '".
es r I S.U ;*<"" Pernon* luier-
be heard *" ''l""tu""> "
atSb^.AJE'XPJ.'I'! consider.
h.T,,?,Ni o'*A.U P*8AQE: Atler such
such K.,e!'' d"c" ">> ""'"y ''"-
1L\ ^ ""'"""oe wltn or without
amendment, ejgrept that If It shall
make an amendment which constitutes
flnnV*." ol "'-'"'"'-' 't shall not
rinally pass the (ndliuin.e um II It
shall have caused the amend..I seu-
tion* ob be posted at luast one*. t<.
K.lli.'i will, a .1.....,. ,,l the ti,e .,,|
I'..'. iii and where such amended
Mi titan,.- win be mi tin considered,
which publication shall be at least
seven () days prior to ihe lime slated
At the time so advertised or at any
time and place al which such meet-
ings shall he adjourned, the amended
ordinance ?hall l read in full and a
public hearing thereon shall be held
and after such hearing the governing
body may finally pass such amended
tMuinanco. or again amend il subject
to the same conditions. The second
passage of any Ordinance pursuant to
this 1 harter shall I* tinal and no fur-
ther passage shall b* required.
Section 16 PUBLICATION OF OR-
DINANCES AFTER FINAL PASS-
AGE; PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM:
Alter final passage, every Ordinance
shall again be poatedl In lull, and, ex-
Jtpt as otherwf
LEGAL NOTICE
or
in,in., ipi.l purpaoew, and lo igija I'SSU *" o"'ei wfa^arovided In thl*
*iid furnlah the gams. u> erect 2Srt*,!."fc*" "* >>] to permissive
bridge*, colverts *MmT vtadkH-ts over jy2**T*? J5.1,r**"lj* ,n AltTKI.K
rail J Ua
or railroad; to extend Its corporate
limit* ln the manner provided by
the Law* of the Utate of Florida:
to construct or purchase any street
or local railway for the transporta-
tion of passengers or frergM; to con-
struct ship i hamlets, canaia. basin*
and waterway* wNWn the, city ae
Into or through any part of His.avne
Hay. and any harbor* within the
city Umit* for *uch width and
length and for such depth a*, the
City Council Mi,ill deem necessary
or convenient for the use of hip-
ping; to contract with the (Sovern-
nient of the I'nlted State* for aid
of the Uoveriunent for such wo, k
done, or to be done by the liovern-
inent; to construct or acquire
wharves, docks, warehouse.-, and
other properties within or without
the I'ltv Limits, deemed by the
I'oiincil to he necessary or conveni-
ent for the use of shipping; to ac-
quire all lands, submerged land.
rlp.irian right*, deemed necessary
for any of the foregoing purpose*.
or for any municipal purpose.
(10) To condemn. In addition to Its
powora ..f eminent domain under the
other Laws of the State. ;,n\ water,
Ice. ga. power or llrht plant, tele-
phone system, or street or local rail-
way, *hip channel, canal, basin,
waterway, w'harf. dock, warehouse,
land*, submerged lands, riparian
lights or buildings or any part
thereof with any and all fianchlses.
rights and easements thereto Is-long-
Ing or apiiei tainlng by proceeding
In the manner provided In the Laws
of Florida for the exercise of the
rights of eminent domain.
(Sll To operate, maintain, repalt
and extend any and all of its munic-
ipal properties.
t.ll'i To make a contiact with Hade
County, or with an>' person, firm
or oriHiratioii. by which a portion
of the eoat of any ii,.in!ri|>al Im-
provement to be owned Iv the City
shall be borne by such contract nfl
party, upon auch terms a* to pay-
ment and othei *e as tile Council
may determine.
To destroy surface pi ivies and
.out* or other forms'ol recep-
tacle* tot ,*.,>:'. other than the
sanitary service sewers, and power
to conip. l property owner* to oon-
licet tllell pielllises With sel V ii I
s.wers. and In CMC of then re-
fusal after notice given, to author-
ise* such eotanectlon to be ma.ie by
the i 'n\. an.I t" fl\ a III il upon
such premises for the cost thereof,
of the same nature, and to the
extenl as Ihe lien for taxes, the City
may collect auch charge or Hen In
the same malliul In whldl city taxes
are <*ollccted.
Section 8. VACANCIES IN COUN-
CIL: All vacancies in I. nils occurring
in the City Council shall be filled In
a manner and pursuant to ARTlCLfc-
VIII. Section 11 of this Charter.
Section INDUCTION OF COUN-
CIL INTO OFFICE: MEETINGS OF
COUNCIL: The first meeting of each
newiv elected Council, re* Induction
Into office, shall be held" at K:iH o'clock
In the evening on the first Tuvada)
following Its election, after which DM
Council shall meet regularly at such
UnJee, as may be preecrlbed by It*
rules, but not less frequently than
twice each month. At such first meet-
ing the council ehall eleel oae of its
members as I'resldenl of the Council.
whose duties shall he to preside at all
meetings of the Cltv Council. All meet-
ings of the Council shall be open to
'"section" ,0. COUNCIL TO BE
JUDGE OF QUALIFICATIONS OF
ITS MEMBERS: The Council *h*ll la-
the Judge of the election and qualifi-
cation of Its members and for such
purpose shall have the power to sub-
poena wltnesaes and require the pro-
duction of rcords. _.__^.,D^.
Section 11. RULES OF PROCEDURE:
JOURNAL: The Council shall deter-
mine it. own rules and order of bu-
iness. It shall keep a journal of It*
proceedings and the Journal shall be
open lo public Inspection
Section It. ORDINANCES:
tl
LEGAL NOTICE
X this Charter. Every Ordinance,
antes* it -.hall *p*cMy another date,
"oa-ailieeoine effect ree a* prnvn-hrif In
AftTTCl.E II. 'V.-tlon :.-h of tlhS Tnr-
txtr; er. if the Odfannee he suwra-eTfed
at a referendum election, then upon a
favorable vote of the majority of
those voting therron. except a* otlier-
wie expressly provided In this Char-
ter.
Section 17. EMERGENCY ORDI-
NANCES: Sections IJ, l, II, K, and
14 shall not apply to a-ny ordtnance
which Is hmodue-ed at the cnwcll aw
an ICmergfiicy Onliiiance. Such an
Ordinance may be passed after the
second reading during the Council
-Meeting at which said (emergency lir-
dlnain a is Introduced: provided, how-
ever, 11mi the facts that constitute
the emergency shall he stated in said
in n nun -, and shall. In fact constitute
an emergency within the meaning of
said word. I.e. fire, flood, famine, war,
epidemic, or any other happening
which ni'ii essliates the promulgation
of Immediate law for the safety of
life, property nnd health.
ARTICLE III
BUDGET
action 1. Fiscal year
J. Preparation and submis-
sion of budget
3. ltudgel a public rerord
4. ruhllcatlon of Notice Of
Public Hearing
B, Public Hearing on Iludget
6. Further consideration ol
l.udget
7. Adoption of Budge)
. Vote reqdlrcd for adoption
9. Date or Klnal adoption;
failure to adopt
10. Effective date of Budget;
certification; copies made
., vallalile
11. Iludget establishes appro-
pi tatloiis
12. Hudget establishes amount
lo be raised by property
tax: certification to taxing
authority
Budget message; current
operation*
Iludget message; capital
Improvement!
Hudget message; capital
13.
14.
H.
it.
daya after date of posting, at which
tin- Council will hold a public hearing.
Section S. PUBLIC HEARING ON
BUDGET: At the time and place so
advertised, or at any time and place
to which such public bearing snail.
from tuns to time be adjourned, t ho
Council shall hold a public hearing mi
the budget a* submitted, at which
ail interested persons shall be given an
opportunity to be heard, for or against
the estimates or any item thereof.
Section *. FURTHER CONSIDER-
ATION OF BUDGET: After the con-
clusion of such public hearing, the
Council may Insert new item* or may
' or de, lease the Items of the
budget, except Items In proposed ex-
Iicmlitures fixed by law or preecrlbed
ty subsection* (a), (b). (c), td), (e),
(f). (g). (hi, anil (1) of Section 26. The
Council may not vary the title*, de-
scriptions or conditions of administra-
tion specified In the budget. Before In-
serting any additional item or III (lice
Ing any Item of appropriation, It must
i-anse to be posted a Notice setting
forth the nature of the proposed in-
creases and fixing a time and place,
not less than five (.') days after post-
ing at which the council will hold a
public hearing thereon
Section 7. ADOPTION OF BUDGET:
After such further hearing the Coun-
cil may Insert the additional Item or
iicius and make the Increase or In-
creases, to the amount in each case
indicated hy the posted Notice, -or to
a lesser amount, but where It shall
Increase the total proposed expendi-
tures, It shall also liarreasc the total
ssnticlpato.l i-venue at least equal
sorb total prngaWSit i jaatalltures.
Section ( vOTS WBOJVfRED FOR
AO#PTIOf: Thv MlBon shall be
adeiriTed by the favorawtb vote of at
lea*t majority of B Ae members
of the Council.
Section t. DATE OF FINAL ADOP- '
TION; FAILURE TO >eOPT: The
budget shall be finally adopted not
later than the lath day Of the last;
month of fhe fiscal veefr. Should the
Cowrren rake no final action on or
prior to such day, the budget, as sub-
mitted, shall be deemed to have been
finally adopted by the Council.
Section 10. EFFECTIVE DATE OF
BUDGET: CERTIFICATION; COP-
IES MADE AVAILABLE: Upon final
adoption, the budget shall be in effect
for the budget year. A copy of the
budget as finally adopted, shall he cer-
tified by the Mayor and CITy Clerk.
and filed In the office of the (in
Cl.-ik. The budget so certified shall tie
printed, mimeographed or otherwise
reproduced and sufficient copies there-
of shall be made available for the use
of all offices, departments and agen-
c!cs,and for the use of interested per-
son* and civic orgnnlzat Ion-
Section 11. BUDGET ESTABLISH-
ES APPROPRIATIONS: lYom the ef-
fective date of Hie budget, the sev-
eral amounts stated therein ns pro-
poaed expenditure* shall be end be-
come appropriated to the several ob-
ject* and puipos.-e therein named.
Section 12. BUDGET ESTABLISH-
ES AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BV
PROPERTY TAX; CERTIFICATION
TO TAXING AUTHORITY: Prom the
effective date of the hudget, the
amount stated therein as Ihe amount
to be raised by property tax shall con-
stitute a determination of Ihe aniouni
of levy for the putpoaog of ihe City,
in the cm responding tax year. A copy
of the budget as finally adopted shall
be certified by the Mayor and filed by
him with the Officer. Hoard or Com-
mission whose dut}' It shall !> t"
levy auch taxes for the correspond ing
tax year.
Section 1t. BUDGET MESSAGE:
CURRENT OPERATIONS: The bud-
In addl-
ioii to such acts of the conn, il a* are
required bv statute or b) thla I barter
tobe by Ordinance, every act of the
Council establishing n fine or other
nenaltv or providing for the expendi-
ng of fund's or fur the "''<"'' "<
indebtedness, shall b- by <"*n*l
The enacting cl.use of a Il ordlnance-
sball lie "TIIK Col Mil. oh THK
City ok north miami bbach
hi:hi:iiy ORDAlNf"__,,__ _OB
Section IJ. PROCEDURE FOR
PASSAGE OF ORDINANCES: FIRST
READING: Kvery ordinance shall be
Introduced In writing in the form In
which It I* to be f'naIIv passed, and
after passage on flr.t reading .hall be
poJS^nrTfity Hall *t lea*t once to-
gether with a Notice of the time and
52 whin and where It wUI be.glven
a p..hu> hearing and h* eoa'''"^
for final paeeag*. The flrt ucn }*-
Ing .ball bTit least on* week prior
to the time adverthiea
Section 14. affCOND
READING
and improving of all fro
Al^ PUBLIC MEARINOi At the time mine the pl^
.T,..!,. Z, advertised or at any time hearing on t
and I. e TA whhh ld hearing sh.H. to be aoot.
,,, time time, be adjourned. *ueh and place.
Hudget message; support- fget message submitted by the Mayor
Ing schedules
17. Hudget
1H. Anticipated revenues
1. Anticipated revenue* com-
pared with other years
20. Surplus
21. Miscellaneous revenue*
tl Miscellaneous revenues;
anticipated surplus from
municipal utility or other
public sei vice enterprise
23. Miscellaneous revenues;
.....isure of estimate*
24. Miscellaneou* revenues.
receipts for special' assess-
ments
21. Mlseellaueotm revenues;
from new source*
2fi. Proposed rtrnenirrrurcH
2J. Proposed egnendltui es
comparison WlttJl other
ve*r
2. How n p.,} merit* on capital
tirojecls
ludget sumrosry
Section 1. FISCAL YEAR: The fis-
cal >e*r of the City Oivernment shall
begin on the first day of November
and shall end on tire fnwt day of
October of each calendar year. Such
fiscal year shall slan constitute the
hudget and ai-countllhT year. Aa uaed
In thl* Chnrlcr. the term "Iludget
Year" shall mean the flacal year for
which anv particular budget is adopted
and In which It Is administered.
Section 2. PREPARATION AND
SUBMISSION OF BUDGET: The
Mayor at least sixty I0) days prior
to the beginning of each budget year,
shall submit to the City Council a
budget and an explanatory hudget
message In the form and with the con-
tents provided by Sections 13 and 1*.
For such purpose, at such date as he
shall determine, he, or an officer
designated bv him. shall obtsln from
the head of each office, department or
agencv, estimate* of revenue and ex-
penditure of thai office. IVpartment
or Agency, detailed by organisation
units and character and object of ex-
penditure, and auch other supporting
data as he may request: together
with an estimate of sll capital -proj-
ect* pending or which *uch Depart-
ment head believe* should be under-
taken within the budget year. In pre-
paring the budget, the Mayor ahall
review the estimates, shall hold hear-
ings thereon and may revise the esti-
mate*, a* he mav deem advisable
S-ction J. BUDGET A PUBLIC
RECORD: The budget and budget
message and all supporting schedules
shall be a public record In the Office
of the City Clerk open to public In-
spection by anvone. The Mayor shall
cause sufficient copies of the budget
,,,d I udget message to he prepared for
distribution to Interested persons. *nd
shall be available to the public for a
period of not leaa than thlrtv (30)
gay* prior to the period of adoption
by the CounHI
Section 4 PUBLICATION OP NO-
TICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS: At a
meetlne of the City Council at which
the budget and budget message are
submitted, the Council hll deter-
mine the plsce nnd time of the public
he budget and shall eause
posted n Notl-e of the time
not les* th*n (even (7)
to the Council shall be explanatory of
the budget, shall contain an outline
of the proposed financial policies of
the City for the budget year and shall
describe In connection the .with tin-
Important feature* Of Ihe budget plan
Ii shall set forth the reason* for
salient changes from the previous
year In OOOt and revenue Items and
shall explain any major change* in
financial policy
Section 14. BUDGET MESSAGE;
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS: A* a
part of the budget message, with re-
lation to the propo-c,I expenditures for
down payments and other proposed
expenditures for capital project*
stated In the hudget. the Mayor shall
Include a statement of pending capital
project* nd proposed new capital
projects relating the respective
amounts proposed to be raised there-
for by appropriation In the budget and
the respective amounts If any. pro-
posed to be raised therefor by the Issu-
ance of bonds during the budget year
Section 1S. BUDGET MESSAGE:
CAPITAL PROGRAM: The Mayor
hall also include In the message, or
atini Ii thereto, a capital pro*ram of
proposed capital projects for the in Si
Racal veal B0K1 succeeding the budget
year, prepared by the planning Com-
mission, or other authority, together
with his comments thereon and any
estimate* of coat* prepared by the de-
partment of public works or other
office, department or agency. For the
use of said authority. In preparing
auch capital program, copies of the
departmental estimate* of capital
project*, filed with the Mayor. PUX-
*u*nl to Section 2 of this Article.
ahall be filed with the Comml*lon.
Section 16. BUDGET MESSAGE:
SUPPORTING SCHEDULES: Attach-
ed to the budget message shall be
*uch *iipportlng schedules, exhibits,
snd other explanatory material. In
respect to both current operations and
capital Improvementa, as the Mayor
shall believe useful to the Council.
Section 17. BUDGET: Th e hudret
shall provide a complete financial plan
for the budget year. It shall contain a
tabular form:
(aI Oeneral summary
(b) Detailed estimates of sll antici-
pated revenues applicable to
proposed expenditures
fc) All proposed expenditure*
The total of such anticipated revenues
shall equal the total of *uch proposed
expenditure*.
Section 1*. ANTICIPATED REV-
ENUES: Anticipated revenues shall
he classified as "aurplus". "Miscel-
laneous Revenues", and "Amount to
be ralaed by Property Tax"; miscel-
laneous revenue shall be sub-classi-
fied by sources and shall be esti-
mated as prescribed in Section* 21 to
25 of thl* Articlc
Sectlon 1*. ANTICIPATED REV-
ENUES COMPARED WITH OTHER
YEARS: In parallel column* opposite
the several Item* of anllclnated rev-
enue* there shall be nlaced the amount
of such Item In the budget of the last
completed fiscal year, the amounts of
such Items actually received during
the year the amount of each such
Item In the budget of the current fis-
cal year nd the amount actually re-
ceived to the time of preparing tic
budget plus iccctpt* for the reuiaindei
of the current fiscal year estimated .10
accurately aa may be.
bection 20. SURPLUS: Surplus shah
include:
(a) Hcvenue receipts made ai'1
able by the lapsing of unencum-
bered appro;,rial lou bal., ice
the beginning ol the budget year
(b) irom nnantlcipalc
miscellaneous revenues of lb
preceding fiscal }
(c) Kecelpts from anticipated mis-
cellaneous revenue* of the |>re-
cedlng year in excess of the esti-
mates in the budget.
(d> Receipt* during the previous fi--
cal year from taxes or Hen*
against which a complete re-
serve has been established.
Section 2i. MISCELLANEOUS REV-
ENUE: Misc.-li.lie oils revenues shall
include anticipated u venues from th.
collet t.on of taxes other than the gen-
eral property tax; the amount of
Stall am lo be received: the amoun:
b) which toe .'it-. ,s expected, to be,,. -
lit from taxes collected by 'he stale
the amounts estimated to be racelvi
from s,-r\ ices and sales, fine* anil for-
feit tree, pension ggaeaemente special
assessments and oth i special or non-
I I Clll |Hg SOU, CCS.
Section 22. MISCELLANEOUS REV-
ENUES: ANTICPATfcD SURPLUS
FROM MUNICIPAL UTILITY OR
OTHtR PUBLIC SERVICE ENTER-
PRISE: The gntll I'.il-'l lev.'lilies an,,
proposed expenditures of each utility
or other public service enterprise
owned or operated, by the City, SMl
lie staled In a separate section of th-
budgct (each bearing the name ,.f the
utility): and as lo each such utility,
an anticipated surplus. If legally avail-
able for general purposes, shall be
stated as an Item of miscellaneous
revenue in the budget.
Section 23. MISCELLANEOUS REV-
ENUE; MtASURE OF ESTIMATES:
No miscellaneous revenue from any
s,,ur,e shall be included as an anti-
cipated revenue in the budget in un
amount In excess of the average of
the amount actually realized In cash
from the same source In the next
preceding fiscal year, and that nctuaU]
realised En the fust ten months of the
current fiscal year plus that to be
received In the remaining two months
of the year estimated as accurately
as may be, unless the Mayor shall de-
termine that the .fads clearly wai -
rant the expectation that such rxcea*
amount will actually be realised In
..,s|, during the budget year nnd
shall certify auch determination lu
writing to the Council.
Section 24. MISCELLANEOUS REV-
ENUES; RECEIPTS FROM SPECIAL
ASSESSMENTS: Revenue* from the
collection of special assessments ,.,,
property specially bencfltl.*! -hall not
be slated In an amount which la in
cm. -H of the amount of the receipt"
so derived which It is estimated will
be held in cash on the first day of
the budget I
Section 25. MISCELLANEOUS
REVENUES: FROM NEW SOURCES:
No revenue from a new 0OOTO* not
previous!} itated in the budget shall
be included unless the Mayor Shall
determine thai the fact* clearly u
rani the expectation thai Mich revenuo
will be actually realized in cash din-
ing the hudget year in the amount
stated and shall ,-ertif} such determin-
ation in wilting 10 Ihe Council. If the
new revenue is to be received rrom
the state, the anticipated amount
shall not eXi I tin- amount which
the proper office of the Stale shall
declare In writing to be the amount
which in*} reaeonably be anticipated
in tin- budget year.
Section 26. PROPOSED EXPEN-
DITURES: The propound egpendltureo
-hall be Itemized in such form and to
such extent as shall be provided by
law, and in the absence of such pro-
vision, hy regulation* established by
Ordinance Separate provisions shsll
be llll lulled III th. budget f.....I lea
(a) int.-i.-st. amortisation, and re-
demption charges on the public debt
which the faith and credit of the
City is pledged
(l>) other statutory expendif,
ti'i Th- payment of nil judgment*.
(.1) The amount by which the total
receipts of miscellaneous revenues
In the '-last completed t,se.,l vear
failed to e<|ual the total of th-
budget estimates of receipts from
miscellaneous revenues for that year.
iel An amount eo,ual to the aggre-
gate of all taxes levied for the third
fis, .,1 year prior to the budget vear
which are delinquent and outstand-
ing on the oth day prior to the
beginning of the budget year. ex. apt
to the extent the City may have
made provision therefor by rent
ing the full amount of BAM dilin-
quent taxes
(f) An amount equal to the aggre-
gate of all cancellations, remissions,
abatements and refunds of tagjOd
that have lieen made during the cur-
rent fiscal year.
(g) An amount equal to the aggre-
gate of all sfs-cial revenue notea
which It I* estimated will he out-
atandlng at the end of the current
year In anticipation of the collection
of revenues other than the property
tax.
th) An amount e,|ual to the aggre-
gate of sll emergency notes which It
Is estimated will he outstanding at
the end of the current year.
(I) If the City Is required to make
up the deficit arising from the oper-
ations of utility or other public
eervlce enterprises, an amount eejual
to the deficit from such nperatlone
during the last comoleted fiscsl vear,
separately stated for each utility or
other public service enterprise which
aopears in a separate section of
the budget.
(J) Administration, operation and
maintenance of each Office. Depart-
ment or Agencv of the Cltv Itemised
by character and object of cxi>endi-
ture.
(k) Contingent evnenae In an
amount not more than tlwar per
centum of the total amount *t*ied
pursuant to subsection (j) of thl*
Section.
(1) Expenditure* proposed for canl-
tI project*. Including provisions for
down pavments on cnnltsl projeeta
a* required bv Section IS of thl*
Article.
Section 27. PROPOSED FXPENDI-
TURES: COMPARISON WITH
OTHER YEARS: In parallel cnlumna
oppoalte the several Items of pro-
poned exnendllMi-e*. there shall he
nlaced the amount of e^ch surh Item
In the hudet of the ht comrdnted
fiscal vear. the amount ftt ueh tteme
actually expended during- wieh vear.
the amount of each auch item In the
hiideet of the current vear. sad the
smoont actually expended to fRe lime
of nr-rlng the hudret nfh* the
expenditure* for the remalMSr of


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LEGAL NOTICE
the current rtaal yar estimated *
Section 28. DOWN PA>MENTS ON
CAPITAL PROJECTS
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to fl
which li Ihe reeul
other
owned
public lervice i
to be
mat,-:
ent of th<- L" -
Section 29. BUDGET SUMMARY:
At the
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Section 3. POWER TO INCUR IN
D"TEDNESS BY ISSUING BONDS
,,' i v >*: I"
. and notei
bonds, purauanl to thli Charter to
VO^iu.^:Th^DriAN.Sfli
Ise the I.
Bond Ord nan. e" pi-----,] i... r-it,
Oouacll In I
vided In Reel on I of th
Section 5. FORM AND CONTENT OF
BOND ORDINANCE: A Kid OtST
<.....lain In rabstai
the following provlslonaT^
(I) An appropriation of a nutn of
mow tor a capital project"'*,,
letont f..r reasonable
the said ppi
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U) A statement of the estimated
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DOWN PAYMENT NOT
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Section IS. OTHtrl PROCEEDINGS
BY RESOLUTION: All Mi.ill.
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majority ..r th.
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Section It ALL BONDS PAID IN
ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS: All
:

Section 17 FIRST ANNUAL IN-
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than two
Section 18 LAST ANNUAL IN-
STALLMENT

Section 19. PERIOD OF USEFUL-
PA|sACf?",L1tD FR0M DATE OF
M*aa!*u X- PERl0D F USEFUL
NESS: U
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and"'.
Section 3*. SHOUT PERIOD Of
LIMiiATIONS. Wh'-n I'l-iii'
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ill f.n. ..
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have boon
larl) paaaad b) the
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. bai li i and all lawa;
. li bond
not Hi. IM M
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. irmlant eaoapt In a
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Ehe expiration of
twi lj (20) da) a.
Section PAYMENT OF BONOS
AND NOTES: The power aad Obll-
.an..ii ol Hi. '"'! I" l'V any and all
. hereafter ixaued by
lant t<. thie fharter, nhall be
e.i and the CIO hall levy ad
valorem taaea upoa all taxable prtp-
.rtv .tlllli 111.- I'll) (or tile |.wn.llt
nda or note* and intereat
%x ihoul llmilatlon of rate or
, I.nth ami credit of the
.it% i herebi plndaed for the pa\m.-iil
..( the prim i|U and of ii.i nutr* of the C'ily here-
..(lei issued iiuiHuanl Id thl Charter.
whetael ..i i"-t suvli pledffr |,*"l*4
in id, uunda -I Hole-, or In lh- U.n.l
..uilioriainn their Issuance.
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PromoOoti
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Condition (or ixvnirnt of
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Section 5. CIVIL SERVie.J
POWERS AND OUTIEI-'m!
OP RULES: The |*S'*
Ihe power and shall be
<1> Adopt, ainend y
code of rules ami rearaUlk.
'" 'or the a,.....IntinVn,*
mont In all position, i. -.
.Service, baaed on merit
character and industry -
llsnilssals. ausiM-nniiMn ,'
reslanatlona for cause,
rules affdlnii
K'irles of appointinents i
shall include or have
to the provision. ,,f
Artl. I
(I) Advls- and as.ist
and Mayor In fo-terinf the I
inslltulinna ( nlaaj,
slonal and era|.|..in> <^(lh
the lin|.r..o
ards In the M nu. |os| Kmi
(31 Advise th.
on problem
t ration.
HI Make ill. :ilV..t|jH,
It may com
ih.- admlnh tnn ,| |r
Municipal S. r\ .n.| n
i'M> I'oimcll ..
each year.
and rec.imm.-i..'
(M Haai a:
cer .* empl.iv.-i the OaJL
li-e Is Mtapondi
and repoi t lr
.-oun.-il and to
imendati'i
Section S. CIVIL SERVlCtl
PROMOTIONS Th- Ikan),
l.rovi.le (or prom'.Iion t.,
in th.- Claaalfli
oids of mem
conduct and pen
Section 7. CIVIL SERVICEI
REMOVAL. SUSPENSION: I
TION; OF EMPLOYEES INI
FIED SERVICE:
(1) NOTICK Th- .IItsui
permanent ajanployei sbsll awl
effective until 11.- I .-iwitmaa
tor shall have (irst servei I
employee with a
iMwharate. tofether *
la detail aa ahall en
ployee to explain Ihe sttaad
own defenae. A copy at a
of IMachanre together will I
Idoyee's explanaii.: l( aay.i
(Iled with the I'-^id A
einplo>ee who ha> i i |ier
ua In any other laaaflaal
civil eel \ ice riklu-
such an empi" i
M the Dapai Itni i :
ll to tile i'l>
(21 OROUNDS FOR M
SUSPENSION AND DEr3
The following
h of duty ami
dismissal "
in,n. though chain's me]
Upon causes ..tin I '
via, tliii einah
i has be-i
Inal
v ih iiik moral
ii.i
ot criminal .
lime Hi,
v.il
Ihe empl i
queat thai Ihe

such lln
la terminated, '
be '"' *
a.. 1-1 -
.( ail rJithl
an Id period of
11.1, d. (iirtli.-i, lln'l "'d
limy have
|.| .h .-. .1 ai.
days notice In aril "*
i has u.llfll"
aull(> of I" '
Inmate or pi loom
lull..n or bo
ld has willfulb
the provisions of
l.aw or Holes ..f
'nenllaeaeaj
,.( a Ctt
..n in f
i K.lated
( '
l..\ee
ft
,, baa boon ajmin
IllK to an
of North Miami !'
(f) III vl
reasons!......fflclal '""''''.'aJ
der, or failed lo "bey sn>
reaaonnble direction "*JS1
I,, his supciioi a re oy
i failure "'''"',." -
an act of Instil-' ',*0JL2
ions breach of :' ;,' ^i,
resulted Ol "f^l
suit, i" I"' jrr,i
the Prtaonora or w.ipHo""
.eH
id has Is-en '"/"VaBit
or off. his cndu, I brlaassa

N.- ta
iltmealj
' '" ,
nerfBraaj
Upon the
hi or
ih) has conn
aeaae. or a pi.
which in
ptnvee '"'
of th- |
") has i... ;;'YiSi
.mount lo in
graceful PI ,in
,. been wani.
...ndm-t .* l"'"
,.,,i.i:, an ",,: <*'
Si h....i
Counili r
a proposed ordinance
orV^propoyed '<"',,;,-
an approprlallon ""n*ntep*
Ina Ihe BW
where such soli.'
and oatah
elsewhere
Hie
ill I. Incmpelenl "'^ce '
efficient In the !' H a
duties of the '"'''''"June*'
rh totlelt ..-- ^
<" n" Veail
than s pi"* ^d
^Hrll


[nUARY 22. 1984
*Jmistinbr*Hatr?
PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICE
|. C|ty of North Miami
l t<> pay or make rea-
K-loiul i.t future pay-
,i,i,. thereby causing
.....loyar or scan-
rtie* generally; .,
,,l iiin.,i.....'I, "i al-
oolltlca! Influepce In
i,,ii, leaves of ab-
l.f,,- change In pay.
L.ii.uier o( work, or re-
i.,iii.ui<'n grade; or
i,,i or in any nuinner
.....ned In assessing.
", ..Meeting any money
,. ci or employee in the
he City ot North Miami
Jl, u .i post of making a
bli<- officer; or
,n induced, hue Induced,
C,,,.il to Induce, an offl-
ine, in the nervlce of the
Eh Miami Beach to com-
iwful act, or to act In
lawful and reaaonabU
Ulclal regulation*
l" h.i- taken any fee, gift,
valuable thing In the
her work or In con-
for hla or her per-
|f,,,in any cltlaen. when
>ulion I* made with thi
pEectatlon of receiving a
. itmenl thaa la ac-
|iii, onsen*; or
btentlonally falsified a
oi failed to report ab-
dut> 10 superior*, or,
ill,.> to, Til. It is found that
I,.,, made a false state -
appllcatlon for employ-
.n nbaenl from dut>
ha* hilled to re-
k after the leave of ab-
i after aald
in n dlsspprov-
iii. .lied. If aalo
t. port I* ex-
nut) be ille-
. I .-instate,
.it mil. -.-
. I. filled from
in which case
ma) remain and
name be pine."
reglater In the
|: i. inatatamant;
LEGAL NOTICE

mis suner-
,.iii|ilo)eea, crltlclx-
and policies, and
fere* with the
| .f .'ini'loyeeM and
effic ni y of the public
i surety bond
i|iialifi. kUOB
.
,| |...
1
talned In any
\ hall Interfere wltb
and dm m the Mayor.
pad. I 'hief* of Po-
or a cltl-
. alnal any em-
k a Inch he con-
I
|l to Board: When any
the Classified .vhUt
hi en statue,
... Ii it, reiluced In
I Lppeale to the
made In
I i day* from
notice of
misael. and
It the next ilai meeting
hi ..! such Ap-
ite -hall deter-
t' .....mplianc* with
fifteen 11 ".I day*
nlslna Hie dla-
. ...Iniliiistra-
? all timea to
i bete it the
. Rh .Ii make It*
writing to the
.'. BO shall
nit, i. \
nar) action of
Ml procetdlng: Written
the Board b
... I i
I i he De-
..ii.I pi
......edlng*
pattble
lice The
I i. i b] legal
kr o( Proof: The Board will,
lo such pi
nil s|M>clf|ea-
iii her, The
. Idenoe upon
US US filed
..f the De-
.111. TI.Imi.iiI of
hai gei or spe-
nil I" ..-l.lelj.il by the
\,.
I
' I oof shall be aa fol-
' Hie Department
"' hi evidence In
1
Ap|i
aup-
p
fla.I I.
H .-
I.
"i shall then pro-
n. as he may wish
defenet. The Director
'"ni may offer rebut-
"I I he Hoard at It*
'i arguments.
i xIdenoe ahull
I he rules applied by
Rules and Regu-
i
l
of the Depart-
nted by the City
' ounael The ap-
ni, ,t b)
' after due
'. nder Its i.
Ins t" the Appals
tion before Appeal: The
1 niplm sus-
ink, or ,1
n Hi.- par) ..f the
I It n .1 a wlth-
ni.l I ha separ-
.
II i the
x "l of the illsmls-
|. "/'u In
of the
that
rawn Pursuant to
"" ol Article V
^ .Pert... ,. AoM.P!
! ;hl| f,|| M,,.
,' f-r the hearing.
fcr. the evllane.
I Ii ol"7,,.,hrr,"'n- "'"
if* thi r*J iM "h"n fr,n-
I "ailment head and
fv emiOoli!" lor "-oaoint.
who l. dlamlaaed
'delinquency, or who
shall be disqualified from taking am
examination for at leaat two (2, year>
thereafter, unless in the judgment oi
the Hoard the aald charge* will noi
affect the employee's usefulness It.
some other occupation.
(9) Physical Incapacitation: When
an employee becomes phyBlcally in
capacitated for the performance of tin
dutlea of a position, the Director oi
the Department may, at the request
of aald employee and with the eonaenl
of the Board, transfer aald emploje.
to a vacant i-.sitlou in the an me or a
lower level within the employee* ca-
pabilities.
flO) Reduction In Pay or Position.
Hearing* on appeal from employees,
re.lined In pay or position, laid off,
or suspended by the Department head'
shall be conducted generally in the
same manner aa heatings on appeal
from order* of dlacharge.
(ID Dismissal of Probationary Em-
ployee In an Entrance Position.
Whenever It becomes necessary foi
the Director of a Department to
recommend dismissal of a probation
ary employee In an entrance position.
a repoi t of the charges together with
the proceedings of the hearing helo
before the aald Director; shall be
forwarded to the Board for filing with
the service record of aald emph
(12) Resignation: Any employee ln:
the classified service who desires to
resign shall do so In writing to th.
head of the Department In which he
or she is employed. The Department
head shall thereupon report such
resignation to the Civil Service Board
An employee who resigns, relinquishes
ill rights recognised under Civil s.-i \ -
ice status.
The Civil Service Board shall also
have the right to remove oi reduci
m> official or employee in the iMassl-
i.ii Service uih,h writ ton charge* o
misconduct preferred by gnj cltlaen,
but only after reasonable notice to
the accused and full hearing. It
,e tlw duty of the Board to fix a
minimum standard of conduct ami I I
ficiem > for each grade in the service
tad whenever it shall appear from the
OpOrtS of effl*iell-\ in.ole t..
Hoard for a period of three months
that the coinhu i and efficient y of any
iii|,|o\. ll.-n below thli mini-
mum, that employee shall be called
oetore the Board lo show canai .* n
tie should not be removed, and If,
.ipnn hearing, no reason is shown
satisfactory to the Board, In* shall be
raniovod, euapondad or r.-.ii.
jrade. a* the Hoard shnll determine.
Section t. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD:
STATUS OP PRESENT EMPLOY-
EES IN CLASSIFIED SERVICE: All
persons In the employ of the City
holding positions In the Classified
s. rvi. at the time this Charter takes
effect, shall, unless their |>oltlon he
abolished, retain same until discharg-
ed, reduced, promoted, or transferred,
n accordance herewith.
Section t. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD:
CONDITIONS FOR PAYMENT OF
SALARIES IN CLASSIFIED SERV.
ICE: That the Treaaurer or other
public disbursing officer shall not pa)
my salary or compensation foi serv-
ice to any person holding a position In
the Classified Service unless the pay-
roll or account for such salary or com-
pensation shall bear the certificate of
the Board, or Us secretary that the
perm.n- nun.-.I therein have been ap-
pointed or employed and aie perform-
ing* service In accordance with the
provision* of this Charter and of the
rule- promulgated by the Board
Section 10. CIVIL SERVICE
BOARD; POWERS OF SUBPOENA;
OATHS, PRODUCTION OF REC-
ORDS: in any Investigation conduct-
ad b) the Board It shall hive the
power to sulip.it na and require the at-
i. nd mce of and the pro-
duction Hotel.\ uf i.....ks and p*
i ienl to lo- : I to
administer oath- to
Section 11. CIVIL SERVICE
BOARD; PROHIBITIONS; PENAL-
TIES: No person In the Classified
shall be appointed,
-
criminal
opinion, or afflllationi N
,. ,.f !,. aUy or
or receive or be In
any manni r conci rned In i
iii.n, ..I .. nti ihutlon for any i>
purpos* whatever No person, holding
a position In the CI isslfli I
shall 11 in political n
ment or affair- or in political cam-
paigns further than to cast his vote
or express privately his opinion.
Section 12 CIVIL SERVICE
BOARD; VIOLATIONS OF PROVI-
SIONS: PENALTIES: The Civil Serv-
ice Hoard subject to the approval of
the Council shall determine the fienal-
ti.-s for the violation of the provision*
of thia Art. and the rules promulsat.d
therellTi.lel _.....
Section 13. CIVIL SERVICE
BOARD: SALARIES OF .CIVIL
SERVICE BOARD AND ITS EM-
PLOYEES: The salaries of the i Ivi
Service Board and Its employee* shall
he determined i.v the Council ""i
sufficient sum shall be approi
saoh venr to carry out the provisions
of this Act. .__.,.*..-
Section 14 CIVIL E"V E
BOARD: PENSIONS AND PFTIRE"
MFNT PLAN: RELIFF FUND: IN-
SURANCE PLAN: ACCFPTANCF OS-
MONEY OR PROPERTY FIR SUCH
FUND: ADMINISTRATION OF
FVr -The Clt- Cnon-il -'ell estab-
,ns In II
I
I
may mal......i puonc
ott sin h tel m gnjt
m- aa It I ",,'
make .
mnnirement. In>
,,f .nrh fund or f""""
.. ,,.iM ,.( Insursnc*
with anv Insnmnee i '''.".'
^art b'-slness In the Mi-.
Insnrine It- employees or nnv class
. of --...... in-iii-iec- roverln*.
the life health or MHdral Iss"-
anre or nnv two oi r '"'"
ctaansa "f Isesisans* and may eon*rset
with an eomtonv rranMne ;""'''
art tmslnesa wUMi the State forth*
...n.lonln- of su-H "'"''-" "J B"J.
laoaa thereof: and ">"
and an snch ...ir..e. ^ZJHS^SSSH
out of It. treasury anv mone. n e
F.rv to nay nrsmtanv; or harjes, in
ClA.nl I., the rsrrvjng on of au. h
^'"Th"; C.rv'co'imcl. .haU a-b-jlj
,f ,he emplovee. In "''"![$
establish a_fiina;
LEGAL NOTICE
uSfirmiSJltfL ** ,h employee* In
tne Llaasliled Service b> a inaiorli,
w.ie consent i the establishing of a
pension fund, then a,.....nh ,,, ,,,"
vc,. w,|| ,,,e cm, Couicll luau.:
urate such a pension fund.
Section 15. CIVIL SERVICE
8,OARD! ?AY PLAN: Th"'<- ">''".
prepartHl by the Civil Service lloaro
.. standard fOheduie Of pay for each
position In Classified Service, and sub-
inilted for approval i the City Coun
SS ^n,'JMU,h. l'la" *'n" t*he effect
when adopted by the Council by a
najorHy vote The Pa) Plan adopter
i the Council *hall include the mini-
mum and maximum and such inter-
mediate rates as may be deemed de
'liable for such class of position
Amendment to Pay Schedules may be
idopted by the Council from time t.
'!ilnf.' "I",n recommenilatlon of thi
ivll Service Hoard. In Increasing oi
lecreaalng each In the Cltv lludget
ihe Mayor or City Council, or either
',,". not '"crease or decrease any In-
dividual salary Item, but shall aci
lolely with respect to class of posl
lion as establishe.l In the Classifle"
and Pay Plan In no event shall tin
Conaoil reduce the salary of a cliist
below the minimum, or raise It above
the maximum estahllahed by the Pay
'bin, except by amendment of thi
l"ay Plan.
Section 1s. PRIORITY RATINGS
FOR VETERANS: There shall be pre-
scribed In the rules and regulations
the provision thai Veterans of th,
Military BsTVleM of the I'nited States
.f Ameriia shall have added to their
grades ten (10) points in any com-
petitive examinations for the purpose
of seniority rating.
Section 17. DEPARTMENT HEADS:
CIVIL SERVICE STATUS: Am per
-on or persons holding Civil S. r\ ci
ratings, having been appointed to the
Unclassified Borvlce, aucn sa Chlof oi
Police upon removal, rev.-il to Ills formal
-titus, provided, however, thai -houic
said rsmoval be f*.r vlolattoni as set
out In Section 7. thai he shall bo bud
|ei t to disciplinary action as set out In
said Section.
ARTICLE VI
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
n l. Department of Finance;
ACTIVATION:
J. Director of Hnance:
Appolnlmi ni
3. Director of Finance;
Qualifi. ations
4. Director of Finance:
Sal.11 >
j. Director of Finance;
Suriily I:. .1
B. Director of Finance;
Powers a nd I miles
7. Work piograma; Allot-
ments
8. Allotments constitute
basis of expenditure* and
are subject to Revision
9. Transfers of appropria-
tions
10. Accounting Supervision
and Control
11. When contracts imd
expenditure- pn.hlbited
12. Amiroiiriations lapse at
end of year
11. Fees shnll be paid to City
loivei >in.-uI
14. Division of Pnrcha-es
15. Competitive Holding
16. Contracts for City
Improvement*
17. Accounting Control of
Pur. I,
lg. No Contract executed until
ltoml I iiTllnaner effective
19. Bmergi nc) Appropria-
tion*
20. Borrowing to meet
I
21. Borrowing in nntli
of Property T.
J2. Borrowing In Anticipation
of o< nu*
iiiic prior
i.. Hal irltv
24. Bale of .\ I ..it of
s.....
]\i \ lllellt Of N
Section 1. DEPARTMENT OF FI-
NANCE: ACTIVATION:
through 6 of thi- \ hall
t until such lime ai Usaf are
activated b) the majorit) rote at the
City Council, and proved by the
and until such tlm. a. these
Sections nre activated, the Uayi
'. Council, acting In conjunc-
tion with each other, shill effl
the provisions of this Article.
Section 2. DIRECTOR OF FI-
NANCE: APPOINTMENT: There
shall 1m- a Department of Finance,
the head 'if which shall b* the I Mi.
tor" of Finance ami who shall be, or
be appointed by the Mavor.
Section S. DIRECTOR OF FI-
NANCE: QUALIFICATIONS: The Di-
rector of Finance shall have knowl-
edge of municipal accounting and tax-
ation and shall have had experience
in budgeting anil financial control
Section 4. DIRECTOR OF FI-
NANCE: SALARY: The Director or
Finance shall receive an annual salary
of (fixed lo Council) which amount
may be changed bj Ordinance.
Section 5. DIRECTOR OF Fl-
NANCE: SURETY BOND: The Di-
rector of Fin'me shall provide a bond
with such surety and in such amount
as the Council maj raqulra by 0rdl
"'Section DIRECTOR OF FI-
NANCE; POWERS AND DUTIES:
The Director of hi...... shall nave
charge of ih.- administration of the
riniiiu l affair* of the city and to
thai end i" shall have the sul
i to
i 'ompile the curr< nt i
lor the budget fOI Hi.'
inalcs
for II '"'"
i.i-
f,,i t all m inies
and have l ti'ii.I '
. that ho
1,11 maintain anting
. ,,f Its offli
books f"i and exer-
flnanclal h id lai control ov-
er each offli iinent and
agency: keep *i .ounts for
the Item* of lopioprlatlon contain-
ed in the City Budget, each <>f which
accounts shall *hoW the amount of
the appropriation, and the unen-
cumbered balance- require reports
of receipts and disbursements from
each receiving nnd spending agonc)
,.f the City flovernment to l> made
daily or at such intervals aa he may
deem xpedlenl
Submit to the Council tnrough
Mvor a mnnthlv statement of
all receipts and disbursement* In
sufficient detsii to show the exact
financial condition of the City
LEGAL NOTICE
the end of each fiscal year, a com-
plete financial statement and repor
(g) Supervise and bo responsible
for the assessment of all properly
within tne corporate limits of th.
city for taxation, make all specla.
assessments lor the City Govern-
ment, prepare tax maps and givt
sin n notice of taxes and special as-
sessments as may be required b>
law.
th) Collect all taxes, special as-
sessment*, license fees, and oth.i
revenues of tne City or for whosi
collection the City is responsible anc
receive all money receivable by th.
City from the Slate or federal Uov-,
einnieiits. or from any Court, oi
from any Office, Department oi
Agency of the City.
belonging to or under the control o:
the City, or any Office, Department
or Agency of the City Government,
and deposit all funda coming Inti
his nanda in auch depositories at
may be designated by resolution o.
the Council, or. If no such resolu-
tion be adopted, by the Mayor, sub
loot to the requirements of law a.
to surety and the payment of Inter-
eat on deposits, but all such Intel sal
shall be the property of the City
shall be accounted for and crediteu
to the proper account.
(J) Have custody of,, all Invest-
ments nnd Invested funds of thi
City Government, or id possession
of such Government in a flduclar)
capacity, and have the aafeko-pin
of all l.oiiils and notes of the Clt)
and the receipt anil delivery of Clt)
bonds and notes for transfer, regis-
tiat ion or exchange.
Ik) Supervise and be responslbb
for the purchase, storage ami dis-
tribution of all supplies, materials.
equipment and other articles usei
by any Office, Department oi
Agency ,f the City Hovcrnniciit.
(I) APproVS all proposed eXp'-II'li
tures, unless he shall certify that
Hoie i- ,n unencumbered balance of
appropriation and available lands
no appropriation shall be encumber-
ad aid no expenditure* shall i.,
made.
Section 7. WORK PROGRAMS
ALLOTMENTS: Before the begin-
ning of the budget yen i, th.- band 01
each offjee, department or Agsncj.
-hall submit to the Mavor. when i,--
QOlrsd by him, a work program foi
the year, which program shall ihos
the icjueste.l allotments of the ap
.] opi iations for such office, Depart
tnent or Agency, by monthly period*
for the entire budget year. The Mayoi
shall review the requested allotinciii-
iii tin- light of the work program o
the i iff ice, Department or Agenc.v
eoncel ned. and may revise, alter oi
change such allotments before approv-
ing same. The aggregate of sue!
allotment* shall not exceed the tots
appropriation available to said Of-
fice, Department or Agency for tht
budget year.
Section 8. ALLOTMENTS CON.
STITUTE BASIS OF EXPENDI-
TURES AND ARE SUBJECT TO RE-
VISION: The Mayor shall fib- I cop)
of the allotments with the Directxa
of Finance, who shall authorise all
expenditure* for the Office, i'
ment or Agencies to be ma'le from
the appropriations on the basis of
approved allotments and not other-
wi-e. \n approved allotment may be
revised during the budk.-i year in the
same manner a- th.- original allot-
ment was made If. at any tune .lur-
ing the budget year, the Mayor shall
ii that the available income,
plus balances, for the year will be
less than the total appropriations, hi
shall i- the woik programs
ami allotments of the several t)
msnta and Agencies and revise
the allotment* so as to forestall the
making of expenditures In
ih<- said in- ome
Section 9. TRANSFERS OF AP-
PROPRIATIONS: Th.- Mayor may, at
nc time, i aii-d i- any unencumbered
appropt
..I between g, nei al < on* "i
llturea s Ithln an Office, I ie
p.n mi, in At the '
..I the M.imii and within the last three
months of the budga i year, the Coun-
cil in.iv, lo r. -..lui on, i'
ered i pprojirlatlon h
oi par) 'i thi aof from one Office,
Department or Agei II other. No
hi Hi.- ..p-
roqulred by sub-section*
a i. ci.i. I.-), lili, (e), if i.ig 'in and
.....i B.......n l'k oi Article ill of this
i 'harter.
Section 10. ACCOUNTING SUPER-
VISION AND CONTROL: Th.- Direc-
tor of Finance shall have power ami
-hail be required to:
ia I prescribe forms of receipts
vouchers, bills, or claims to be used
by all the offices. Department! and
Agencies of the Cltj Government.
(I.i examine and approvi ill con-
trai is. orders and other documents
by whhh the City (iovernment In-
curs financial obligations, having
previously ascertained that monies
lias be.n appropriated and allotted
and "in h.. available when the obll-
iq shall bscoms duo and pay*
able
n i Audit and approve before pay-
ment all bills, mvi.i -.ils and
other evidences of claims, demands.
against I he Clt) lOVel n-
m, nl ml with the advice of the
rtment ..f law, determine the
Ii alii-.- and i on -
isrges.
i.li
i actions
may b<
of the
a- sub-
kopl in his
offi
Section 11. WHEN CONTRACTS
AND EXPENDITURES PROHIBIT-
ED: Ni "i Ag n. ;.
-
ntracl bs spend any* mon
the budget year to the extent that
they shall not have been expended
>,r lawiuily ericuinuereii.
Section 13. FEES SHALL BE PAID
TO CITY GOVfcRNMENT: All fees
received by any officer or employee
shall belong to the City Government
anu shall be paid uany lo ma o|mh-
ocnt oi I niume.
Section 14. DIVISION OF PUR-
CHASES: There snail be established
in the Depai'tment of Finance a dlvi-
lon of fu.cnaaes, tne heau of which
shall be the City Purchasing Agent.
I lie piiicnasing Agent pursuant to
rules and regulations established by
Ordinance, shall contract for, pur-
chase, store and distribute ail sup-
plies, materials and equipment re-
quired by any Qfflce. Department or
Agency of tne City Government. Tne
Fun basing Agent shall a.so have pow-
er and shall be required to:
l-.stablu.il a.ni t-nioice specifi-
cations with respect to supplies, ma-
terials and equipment required by
lll Clt> OUU. .....tilt.
(b) inspect or supervise the In-
spection of all deliveries ot aup-
pilea, materials anu <- determine their quality, quantity
-i.i coiiiorniaiue wim specmca-
tlons.
tc) Have charge of such general
storerooms and warehouses as the
Council may provide by Ordinance
(d) Transfer to or between Of-
fices, Departments or Agencies or
sell siirpiu-. Obsolete or unused sup-
plies, material and equipment.
Section 16. COMPETITIVE BID-
OING: P.cfore the city Purchasing
tgiant makes any purchase or, or con-
tact for supplies, materials or equip-
neni, he .-nail give ample opportunity
for competitive bidding, for items over
line Hundred itlim.iHi) I lollars, undi '
luoh ruie. and regulations, and with
-ui h exceptions, as the Council may
tribe by ordinance; provided,
lowever, thai the Council shall not
xcepl individual contracts, puicha
m lie r. qulrsmsnt 'if oom-
i.-i.ii\e balding.
Section 16. CONTRACTS FOR CITY
IMPROVEMENTS: Any City I
irovomenl costing I.....e than thousand ($1,000.00) dollars shall be
ii.-ii b) contract except where
cuii Improvement Is authorised by
the Council to be executed di actly
by a Clt) 1 lepai tmeiil In conformity
ivilh detailed plan-, specification* and
stiinates. All such i.....tracts for more
than one thousand (11,000.00) dollar*
hall be awarded to the lowest respon-
sible biildoi after such public not
ii.I competition as may be prescribed
by Ordinance, provided the Mayor
hall have the |iower to reject all bids
mil advertise again. Alterations in
inv contract in.iv be made when
irlsad by the Council upon the
written r. oiiiin.-ndatlons of the
Section 17. ACCOUNTING CON-
TROL OF PURCHASES: All purchas-
es made and contracts executed by
me purchasing agent shall lie pursu-
ant lo a written requisition from the
h.ul of the Office. Department or
Agency whose appropriation ill be
charged, and no contrail or OTdel
shall be Issued to anv vendor unlc-s
ami until the Director of Finance
certifies that there Is to the crodll "f
such Office, Department or Agency
i sufficient unencumbered appropria-
tion balance to pay for ths supplies,
materials, equipment m contraatual
,- for which the contract or or-
der IS tO I"' |S-llc Section 1. NO CONTRACT EXE-
CUTED UNTIL BOND ORDINANCE
EFFECTIVE: No contract shall be
executed for the acquisition of an)
property or the construction of any
Impi tei iiu-ni to be fi-
nanced b) the issuance of bonds until
th,. i 'i- I.i .ni.-,. authorising the Issii-
of such bonds shall ha\,- t..
executi 0
fore *ui h da) shall be ui Ie In
i iiv court V'f ''
Section 1. EMERGENCY APPRO-
PRIATIONS: Al
Counqll mac. pur- I-
-i -..... oi m

i..i public > ;
recurring require-
nil.
, -,|,i opi I.i -
in,u in I i h) i solution adopted
In t|... votes of at H
fifths i i i) of the nu"nbeis of
the Council, and shall b. -mly
upon recouinien'lat inn ."f the Its
of all emergency
ropriatlons made in gay bud
shall not exceed three per eon-
turn (M ) of the total operating ap-
propriations made In the budget for
thai ri
Section 20. BORROWING TO MEET
EMERGENCY APPROPRIATIONS:
In the ali-.ii.....f unappropriated
available revenues to meet emergency
appropT i i! ,..!i- under the provisions
of Sect..... I, the Council may. by
citli.n, authupise the Issuance of
notes, ,-ach of which shall be desig-
nated Rmergency Note", and may
be renewed from time to time, but
all such note- of any fiscal year and
any renewals thereof shall be paid
not tatal than Hie last day of the
fiscal year nev- i ding the bud-
ysar In which the emergency ap-
prlatlon wns made
Section 81. BORROWING IN AN.
TICIPATION OF PROPERTY TAX.
ES: In am budget year, In anticipa-
tion of the collection Sf the pio,..
a h.-iher levied or
ii., tha C luncll
may. b) eaolu! on,
ie ..f mosisy by th,- issuance of
ll of
Tax An-
' ."
i Ruch t.
e.l -
ing ui- be
ms to !'" not
i hut togi iher with
.ii' in..t ire and
. ii-1 of the third f|s-
ar in
contract a-hlch by Its terms involves
llture of .....ni
of the......uni
ited tor i a* I ra ni ral -
cation xpehdll urt -. pu -
thi- Charter Anv contract verbal oi
written, made In violation of this
Charier shall ba null ami void. Any
Officer or Employee of the Clt) who
shall Violate this Section shall be
guilty of h misdemeanor, and, upon
com lotion thereof, shall cease to hi.hi
his office or employment. Nothing In
lion contained, h
Improvements to be III
in whole or In part by the Issuance
of h..nds. nor the making of contracts
of lea-e. or for services f.u a period
ing the budget year In which
ontract Is made, when such
contract is permitted in
Section 12. APPROPRIATIONS
LAPSE AT END OF YEAR: All ap
which the orirlnal notes shall have
been Issued. T ml of the tag
Iglnalt) issued in
iv I Ii n t e\'oeed fifty
.nium i "' i of the mount of
the nrnpartv tax levied in that year
i hi renewal of tax
antli f any given f:
year, the a-- iirni I -ni'wed In the next
eding fiscal vear shall not exceed
twenty per centum (;'>*> of the
amount nrlrlnallv Issued, and the
i mount renewed In the second fiscal
venr succeeding the year of levy shall
not exceed four oer centum (4%) of
the arvo'ini orlvln-Hlv issued.
Seetion 99. BORROWING IN AN-
TiriPATION OF OTHER REVE-
NUES,: 'n "iv h'"tri vear, In antici-
pation of the collection or receipt of
other revenues of that bnds-et year,
the Council may, bv resolution, au-
thorise the borrowing of money by


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t-kMUtfhridiari
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
,..,.:, ,.; nrhlck shall be -
I .- ,: i;, mue Sou foi ii"1
lUng the budget >*>
su, h notes ma) tit renei..... i...... "'"'
, such note* iegihei
. ....-, shall mat.iin ami
Dr i.uiu not later i !-i il'<- end "' "H'
llacal yeai **J '-'' "'
shall have
nine, improvement an

i
LEGAL NOTICE
will
1 -.-.I- 'l
'siction 23. NOTES REDEEMABLE
TO MATURITY: No I
,-al
; la maturity
P
PRIOR
. i be ma
but an) i
.
-u,h notl e an I ''" '- "''>
stated __-,. Mr
Sect.oi 24. SALE OF NOTES: RE-
PORT OF SALE: All m
\
: I
the i'i" '
tion 25. PAYMENT OF NOTES:
' !
hereafter
- '. to I
-hall be ''"> ''":
taxes oi
,:. pri i ., Ithln the Clt) foi the
such notes and Inteiesi
on without llmltal Ion ol rate "
edit ol the
.-.,, hen or the paj n i nt
.f the principal
of the City I
t to 1 i ArtlcU I
..I auch pledge be stated In thi
ARTICLE VII
PLANNING. ZONING. HOUSING.
SLUM CLEARANCE AND
BLIGHTED AREAS
. l. Planning ; "omn
.irganigatTon
2 I'l.i mi i i- -ii.
Term M '
Plai
Powei and I nities
4. Dlrertoi f PI inn ni
.". Application foi Regouing
6. Zoning Board ( Appeals
7 The Master Plan
>. Adoption ..(
Plan
Plan
or
ning
of land

I.in. ..f mappi .1 Streel
Offl Map
al I :,
Map
:
r
Hi
St 11
M
/
P. .,. Slum
e and I
treat
I"..'.- HI deal
I
Ho I
Housli
Approval f Planning
...
i
Ni i:
rb
I i |
Plans
1 PLANNING COMMIS-
ORGANIZATION: ,
ll '
< who

. .
er of thi s.ion Th.
vim
Section 2. PLANNING COMMIS-
SION: TERM OF OFFICE: VACAN-
11.
11

13.
It.
IT.
IS.
19
24,
the M ll
Mastei
S
of Ofl
Mapped
UN 4. DIRECTOR OF PL I '.
Nino: hen shall i.....
such i'.......r li -
qualifleil b) opi

viser ol

ity, uutli
Section t. APPLICA1 .ON I-OH RE-
ZONINO: Appl I
wriuiiR I i
..:,
un-neri d In the >
the propert) to b*. n i
. v ow iers.....ted I
-
h bearing, ..I li i
. m,,....., ,,. ,, .
I me, .ii the l
Section 6. ZONING BOARD OF
APPEAL*. II -"'" b .'
I .. i .,i Appi i i, "nli h shall
uw i uui I, i
,. I ..... i the
II i... held ." the
T .. s.U) ..i ai n i nth an
othei times as sui li Board ma)
mine All meetings the Hun
. to Hi. public The Board
shall keep minutes "i Its ;
ng the vote of i a. h mi
. .ii..:,. ... .: ..I -.:il. I"
, vote in ... .
..ii.l shall keep recot
i ol
Kveri
[nation : the B u I lull lm-
be filed In tl.....
Clt) Clerk, ami lall be a public
Phe Hoard shall have powei


1 i


... n in.
MGtlOn U. LINES OF MAPPED
STHttTS
. re plan '' im
. i ,
. I haw
.....""> I '
... i" i i.
li'
i.

ll, i >. Is
BawoV. -.. i
i uraii
.<
pui tloi l
....
.1
..ii I .! tl
I el
r .
. ,>.-* i ii- and
with the pi
. -;..-, II led
ipiK'als i
......
.' l.lli.Tl
n urdan. ,-
.- and
he Ordlnan
29
Section
5ION:
rivi
rated for ;
i -... f,.,i,
the unex-
CIES: Thi

one i nail
em
for threi
a nc J
-hall 1... filled by the Coui
ems nder of thi lern
Section 3. PLANNING COMMIS-
SION: POWERS AND DUTIES: The
: .111.1
... ,
thi M for the physical
'" e City as di
\i ii. i.
11,1 I .\. : .
I) n Off]
"
......!
*
.
-
.- Mai e ai -.
- Of till- (

I blighted
the i
'' i Sui ... to the Cli
1 o im l not lei
'. tn< b< ginning of i rnl
:i "at of i,..... ,|. ,i
provements which, in the opinion of
'/"' Comn n,. essar) ,,,
desirable to be i msti icted during
the forthcoming six-year period
Bach list shall be arranged in ordai
of preferenoe, with recommendations
as i.. "in ii projei i.- shall i......n-
striated In which year.
understanding of the Mastei Plai
nil of planning, zoning and
. teat
Meet not leas than once each
month .-,n.l keep a nublli
Its resolutions, findings and deter-
mlnatlons.
?, S^Sf^ SHAI-'- ?
iai Require information w hlch
hall be furnished within i.
r th ,"". f"."" """'r Departments
to itls k """"'"'" ln relatloii
ii') Within Its budget tnpri
ton. contracl with i'i.y I'lui,.,s
jnd other consultants f, ,u, h serv"
1 ea n- ;i may r,-.|iilre
J, ,' l:' Honal assistance
fni special survey work of the Coun-
cil -.K ...
[''[< oj I A.i" Inlstrativ* |,...
"' "' '' n -! i .1 studies re.
QUMted I,-, the CcKnmlaalon
ii in ii..- performance of Ita func-
tions. et,.r upon any lanil an-1 make
:,n7''""'" nd survey, and place
and marks thereon
(e> Make and adopt plans for the
Section 7. THE MASTER PLAN:
The Masti Plan for I
.. i,i ..i the City, '
:: ma|w, |>ls

Itil n
....
.,r,.l may ll
. I The gen '
lei and extenl of
-. waterways :. ad ul her
w ground I
i b) Thi IJeiiei ll lo, i of
buildings
i.i i
ol public utilities it li> Hi* i< .
.i pi i\ atel) uw in-.I
I. I l! I. II \.l!. I ,-l ..:
ii ion, nan < ing, -..
abandonment,
.i ink* >.i futui e public v. a) s,
l
leav
l. | ::.- :! e*li n:
ni ..!
lii ',
Section 8. ADOPTION OF THE
MASTER PLAN: The I
I the .M Plan
I :
I
d pail
HKind ng mi j u g. I .-., -
lions ..: ih. Cit) or I
- ..( the subjei t inal li of thi
Pla ii adopl
i or II
ny'i nsion
... addil Ion, snail be b) resolution i ar-
eled by I lie af I
the Hoard

any sui li part, u mendmi nl
i addition, thi lioai tl old al
oni publii hearing on thi
in at
Plan or pai
I., the Co
Section 9. LEGAL EFFECT OF
MASTER PLAN. No streel
'
llt> whether ,
true i
.. i ni
i nd unli
i b\ the II
I
-..ii- to thi oui
the powi

| ii in II, ..

shall
constl! I. I
.....ni il The a
ng, r.l .,!... vi
street or othei public
:. i .. il.
. ....
s...... to similar subi
and failure I i approve may
be simlarl) overruW In the Cound
Thw,{",'.'." V '" ,''"' '"ii" within
thlrti (10) days afti the date of the
official aubmlasion in thi Bo ird shall
iii.-.i approved, unless .. longer
be granted l th. (ouncilw
Ihe sui,nutting Official
Section 10. PLATTING OR quit
Rl VISION. CONTROL: -ni.."...^?;
..ii.l I.
which an
'
as the planned or I
.,,;.. .. : extern one oi
,i .. ni with the
..i the lime |
within hu h the land shown on the
. i should vi
, ;i I, s; by on 4oi I sui h
plat, in .i. oi dam e uh the pro
cedure prescribeil in this I
prut Ided lhal nol i i ol the tlmi an I
where It
nidi red fo e shall be senl
b) in. nera of land
ni. n; ng hli li the future
. n the plat

:. be .-ni-in.i -
i int Board .uui hell
I
,.,- pi.
if disapproved,
.uved b) tavoi ibli \.!. "( the
i -it \ on of a plai
shall n i in .....I of us, If, constitute
. .1 t.....nstttute the open-
ing "i establlshmi nt of an set
the i nee of any land
reel ;
Section 14. OFFICIAL MAP: The
I, i.\ urdlndni eslal
M ip nf (he '
shall iti i
... All | streel
: i ..'
mi m ..f ti Offl

Ml planni li lieeli
plai idopted
by ordanci with the
, .ti u ,.f thi*
An .. ..; the time of thi i

eel
h .i plata <
.I by ilie ; .in-

....

i
. ....
. l ......
ilanni parks
" Olhel | l.l] op. .
est.il ii the
M i|.
Section 15. MODIFICATION OF
OFFICIAL MAP: ||
Ireet I. th ..ii final i
appi \, I
ilng I loard In ......rl
111 i'li
;''' .....
nil sh .11 be l
1
. othei
f. the
...ii the
reel --11.
tl .
other than-lhuT-Cl't", 'STuSV^l
ffl.i-., Dopartmenu .> Jgencles
Subdivision* mean- th, ,1,;,..
g tot. tract or parcel of land In
m
Section
ilidlng
streets


red f


I
[ the
fall to

man-
own on the
m
, '-"ll" tO lie
M. and .....
ereol for i\ hi. li the
',... LhOAL EFFtCT OF
Of-nt-iAL i..AH: .i.ei in
I
i ..in..ii, thai no
..ii or
|,t .lilt Ol III
. ... I .,11.
......hel I'Ulilic
reel. until
i have i,,eii
. ,ii i .. i oi i. ii Map in
hurl) i an,i
,n .-... :...... 11 and
liti.n- 'I il .-ii.nl
, i,. ii t. neial oni
in.it no ,......ill I"' el -. Ii,.:i
a I i...... iiuieaa
,1 -.. I, I KlIUC-
. ,i hi Ni ..Il .w.ip.
:. i ,,,.i. th.,t puch ui-
I.....bj
ii llldlng pel -
, ,.. .i t.. the yaiiiiiix Uomrd
i : ..il l.oar.l of
, .i to In i.i' v i Icle.
upon which appeal and
ii,ill he held
I I .M he. IP,II 17
ll ii. Ii Hoard may
lorll) i.i buttle a
P,i.nit. afibi, l> ...niitlMts as
I It il* I ,,|l.-e. IV h.u- the
nf .i ,- .1,, not re-
.,..,.;, 1 I..I Idtng tO I'e I e-
, i. manpt-d or planned
.. -. .nil ei,. the pel mil would
-I in. i eg B9J the
lug ii il the Offlt lal
Map in Mastei ITaii Ilie word
i streets in this Article
. t .. 111. lode M I eels,
boulevards, avenues, glleya, Innen and
other ,'
Section 19. ZONING ORDINANCES:
l-'or the purpose of promoting the
..-.I'll aafet) morals ,.t k-iiernl wel-
fure of the t'ltv, the Council, by ordl-
i in,, regulate the hMutton, helglu.
: ill nl -ize of buildings and other
res, ihi siae ,.f vard, ootirtg,
,in,l othei Open spines, the dens.t\ of
population .nl thi ol buildings,
and I tnd fot trade, Indus-
i isiness, residence or other pur-
h ... diiian. ,-- may piovlde
thai ii.. z> nlng Board ol Appeals may,
and subjei i H
npprnprlaie pi nciples, standarda. rules
ind set furtli
in Hi,
I he r,..niiiK i i-iii-
i in ii.i i :.,. -ii'. with their iceneral
p.ii p..-. ..n.l Intent. Sui Ii or>l
ni.iy i>i ide thai the z-.ihhk Board of
. /. \ .ii lancaa from
cation ol the i agfula -
tUBl long Mild Sl.l.je, t
111.1.v be sat
foi th in the i mllnai' i
Section 20 POWERS OF COUNCIL
IN SLUM CLEARANCE AND REHA-
BILITATION OF BLIGHTED AR.
I EAS: lout, modify
i plans proposed by the
<*, ,- of Hiuill
:
I II Ill t..| t '
may
ii,|. mliat.oii
"11 privi ,i land, l.ii I,lings
itli-

..,,.,
nnil othei |. ilili. op, ,, ,..,., ,,,,,, |,.,|
I'Ian in,, n oprr-
'" lings or Any
I. "t- nn\
['"' I hi > f. t r.niTdlng-
iiil I iri.on gpch
...
: ..ii- i, hnltflii
and r.|M-t ... bstantsall)
carry i the plan.
Section 21. PLANS FOR SLUM
CLEARANCE: All) pl.m for slum
li I li fining of
I till .11-'
'i lo be leared. the pi i I
i relocation of ulsi-
othei public on
'
n .! iv|... bulk.
' In in u ll
: '! or i" i iii ti. d within the
ii ,.f pri-
vate open spates |.roposed as pan of
i. dui lion ..i !.--
. lha pionifitlon of
health, thi ,..,, ,,f r,,d
h" i. vat Ion ol thi
. f land and property
1' and the ,1, v. I,., in. nt
'he <"it> In a......I-
| nlahiuiig. th'
I the exi i of the
the oun-H In con-
''..ii 1u of this
Al'','' hi .l.el.ueil to t.e a
!""'" nd g |i il.ti, use.
Section 22. BLIGHTED AREAS:
- li 1 .Illation of l.ligbl-
1 II In the City shall ImTuile
"*'el tion .,,! |,u.-
., I, M, 11,led t.. I
atlon ..f nm oi
..I listing streets and
tiler publii op. within the
"' I"' I". ..:..,ii and gem g| t, i..-
I at.....-. r th*
gs III ll........I pel -
ted prea,
Ing of ..id buildings to
mill obi .1 .....1 the location of
,.i..posed as a. pai I
i r- is defined as an
lea In situ h. owing lo the obaaUa
and hiuaiter of the
I'Uilding, tin-re n. the evicting division
i iiangeiiieiit ,,f lots and ownerships
and other open spacea,
I h.i.i. I., and uses of the
binding. .., .,,!,. ,,, ,,. ,, eg,,,*.,
values have ,1,-pi r.-latwl lvith BOMS-
'' ''" "' i stagnation of
nd damage and luaa to oorn-
I i '"""l"-"" nd tixaUe values.
"'" "'" '- .....n.iatlon .f the nco-
noiiil, vigor of the area and Its attain-
^1 ..','i" '."""" '" ""' eennomlc
o, u '"l l'r"-l>erlty of th, ...m
mini., mav reoufre a replannig of
he a e... a, ,r ,h, e,i..n,.llshment
1 h irplunnlng
=AYJANUJJ
LEGAL
lulled.
owned, le
"'lien,.
1 Public' nS,
i. I the pn
housing p, ..
;.;
Author,,,
on,,.. ii. ,
irnS
ii i, ,,. ta^saW
mine ln* *
Section 25. APPftni
NING COMMISSION**
' ": .....I slull'l
! I I '"'"' led l, J'
housing |.i. j.,, 0,."""
and ii.. I,,., ,,
inereot ...m,,,^
'in .".UunJSl
| ik or housinT"
mil led to tin i'M
and approv. i] by ,
provided, h, .,.i- f,
such Comnusslog Uui
majoi llj ,,. ,,,' f,,l
have power to oVJH
prov.il. "I
Section 26 POWERJU
IN REPLANNING *NBl
OPMENT OF tjS
AND DISASTER ARejT
ell shall hate th, i,whj
if>. and c.-u i) out
the Planning Coma
planning. Impiovegg
m.ni of -hmgj
r.|.|.i niiiir n -n-tr
opm.-iit ul gio im
may have be. n lescna
in part In .I.--,-
Section 27 NEiOHl
PLANNING AND ,
MINT; Anv pi in .liafujl
ning Comn i-.-,n i,*- gj
improvement nnd icag
nelghboih,...I. .luill
tlon and boundartog ofl
nOOd, and ii, iio-l-iite I
new or the \ icaUng,
ening, tiiu t,.-., ibj or |
Istlng sti. ,,i other j
spaces, the i.....mlitioMi
lugs, the I- stlog and <
location of parka,
other public r-, res tig
lelghlMtrh.....I i isnnisg i
Ing, location f utiNtgsl
"inri Ions, / i nc aims'
other 1 > M .tigs ag
of nelghh I. I. ing I
the pow< iininte.1
therewith in Sect log Hi
are herein declaDal taj
purpoie .ti.I
Section 28 DlSASTEtj
pluu drafted hi tht
ii f.,
st I Hell..11 I
area d.
iM-i lously il.ife
fb*,,! or othet
Je, t to floods
Ing nf the I..... |
I he area or ii
i.e tcplti lined.
loped an.I nia\
location of in .i i.r.fhj
' ng Wi
or other publ n
tion and geneiai typk,4
ilie
l< .*lnp
In Beal
i-'.-f
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ARTICL6VI
NOMINATIONS AND
I K
' on, the i:,,
be hear
foi
rtanlti
'ortunitv i /";-' -"aii
MipllHhment
c(>no(n(*'Bt ion
, 1, 1--------"- .iiiiPHtignim
Irlbutlon of the ownership or
.pu.eniai ...ntrol I. reo.ul.lte. for
Ihe pnoniotlpn ,.f public convenience
'.Ton """*?"* <" 'fr the preserva-
vitalli 1 V"nom'0 strength and
.,. ,'' ';"' u,", Property In the
"'I of the areas contribution
' "nomic strength of the City
lining, the
areas and
I...W.I- granted to
In
n
roei..... with goiHl pla
rehabliluihin of blighlJl I
^:; 'he power. gr,
herewith In
Article, are her.l.v
,.' I;:,.1'- J PW Purpoa. and
Secfon 21. HOUSING: The Conn, II
nnd a?..',. "', V **'""'' for safe
-u,h "' low '"come and for
..'poe. "iai ,.,. for
': project.. aih.., |,e ihe con-
reti.ir < "r,"'"'""tlon. alteration ..r
Mierwif '".*' *;"u",n Project or part
strucTli ",nln,"ln "nv housing im.
'< acquired by the C.ty. All
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11 Absentee
Section 1. 1
TIONS: All nt)
llOld office b)
duly held iinde: -""'C-
aw. of the Stab"' rj".
nam-es of the >W1
Beach, tram and aftir,
which this niaiieri*-^
shall ls. and are hereM'
i.imriliiin-al-l.irge
The Mayor hi
no*
vlnue of sn e1"'"''".-trW
and nurauant <'"''/-
rlorida and <'<*'~
of North M^
of
'Ity
reguktr
foi I"'
from and after 1h'"V^
1-barter shall >"""',, 4<
hold such offl.- and "
Mayor up to and Mh'
ism.
The first
thin Charter.
Wests a
ell. shall be.heM on ^"1
of April. !; .'I ,rlsTP
in Hctlon I. A
ler. pn 1-|re<*
lerme of *""iT(gl
Mnr-C..lle.-t"' .>?#,*
year pert... M J*g.
and 1
iincllmen "'
I, .hall be
and shall tgplreJJ
provided, that ln^


LEGAL NOTICE
IfSA B SftTffl
" ,'n-d n majority of
.'.!/-( for that pnrtlc-
!,;.,. ,wnl thcic are more
L.V, Sates running for the
I n the mndfaaU re-
l ,v shall be deemed
I otherwise, wlth-
V( .1."- '""n Hul''elac"
Li I., a in-off between
Kii receiving the two
J. ,,t vote*; and ,he one
C.lunK the highestnum-
f ,, ...,| run-off election
V",l I" have been duly
Th old'.-.
[UALIFIED ELECTORS:
Elector i" one 'ho '
L, .can "f r "v,r:
lihf iliv of North Miami
Tinonths. and duly reals-
1 Municipal Registration
i,l not disenfranchised
DISTRICTS; ELECTION
[MEN: For the purposes
tn uf it"' Councllmen of
Lrth Miami Heacb. the
jjrth Miami Beach shall
L five (5) Districts. The
M|d Districts ahall be
I 10 Riuthwegt corner of
" -l-Lttii-hip 51 8<>uth.
-,t, mil .Northerly along
,. < Ihe i.liovetnentioiicd
II,. Bast boundary line of
I;.,.; i'( Railroad;
flgdermg thlM said East
|,v line lo the South line
*. ',->:. thence WMITO
uu'lli line c.f Sec. 16-52-42
ller line of Dixie High-
[,. Northeasterly along
fiine to the .enter of Sec.
In Northerly along the
bi the K' ol Sec. 14-51-
[Wesi line ol 'he BV4 of
I in Ihe i enter of Section
jhiii Kasterly along the
P,, ihe KB* of Sec. 8-52-
Essl line of Sec. -..2-42;
Ihnli along the East line
1.1:' and the Kant line of
fc to the S..nth line of the
|'.\K', "I See. 16-12-42;
L ilong said South
EurKectlon with the East
la. line "I Federal lllgh-
n. thence Soulhwenterly
fci-i Right-of-Way line of
fchw.ii No 1 i:10.45 feet
y.- io a point, thence
f]\ at an angle of 73
ih.- left with the pre-
. IK 7:. feet more or lean
In. a line 4" feet North of
1| to the South line of rhe
INK1, of tin SW* of the
.,-. 16-52-42; thence Bas-
jrallel to said South line
more or let*; thence
n| 2S feet more or leas;
tterh parallel to and lgo
[of the South line of the
S"E* of th. SW* of the
\ 16-52-42. 375.3 feel to
ikt-of-Way line of Fed-
No. 1; thence South-
long Ntiil Kight-of-Way
li" the North line of the
I. SW'. of the IWH of
If Se. lion 16-52-42; thence
K f<. t mire or leas to th*
i ihe W!j of the WV4 Of
bf see 16-12-42; thence
lloni! -aid Kat line to the
fif the NW* of the NW*
, of Sue 18-12-42, thence
ilong said South line to
line of ihe SK* of Sec.
pence Northerly along aald
to it* intersection with
Right-of-way line of the
l Coast Railroad: thence
krly along aald East
gay hue to the Interser-
proje, ton of the North
ut ". Illoclc 1, Rlacayne
IHutnl line, according to
her. i f recorded In plat
age 4 of the nubile rec-
* County. Florida; thence
nng said projection and
Hue of l,ot 5. Block 1.
subdivision, to the West
fay line of Federal High-
II: thence Southwesterly
Right-of-Way to the
of la.t 4, Block 1. afure-
I- 'in thence Westerly
South line of lot 4. and
Ition thereof to Intersec-
VMEast Right-of-way line
rlda Kat Coaat Railroad;
outhesier|y along aald
to intersection of th*
|of the North line of I.ot 1.
i "foicsald aubdlvUlon;
Mlerly a|,1K ^jd projec-
he North line of Lot I. to
fight-.,f.Way line of Fed-
ray No i. thence Soiith-
l"n the Weat line of
.."'-'' to the South line
i' k '. aforesaid nubdlvl-
n", ,"' -' 'v along the
"f Lot i, Block 2. afore-
to the Weat line
aforeaald aulidlvi-
> uliweaterly along
line of .iB : nd j ,,1,,,^
ei ul.dlvlalon. to the
,,"' I-ot 4. BI iv.-1..,, Ihence Ea,.,,.,^.
hh.'Lr.,h ,"nc of Lot < to
it kht-of-way Une of F,,A.
!"> N" I: thence South-
"\- "aid West lUght-of-
'h' South line of I/.t S.
afoteaald autidlvlalon;
? w ''"n? **u South
' -t line of \x,t 5 Blo.k
["" i-ubdlvlalcm: thence
\ ong the Weat line
"; -.aforesaid atilajlvi-
y'r'h line of th. s
| the NWU of Sec.
'-.thence htanerly alone
-i one t ,he Hmm line of
ht-of L ^V^'*- '" IN. i Vw"'" of l-'-'etal
.,,1 ,-">n'l Sotithwea-
.*"'J'?/'.R.'>".-"'-wv
S .e'"1,;7-*r;,-rd ''<"
: .vV3 ""t=m-2S
'"f way fil^S1 i" '"'
No .v,",.e.0' raOeral
A th.- Vie '""* ,n ,h'
*. thence Weaterly
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 13 B
along; aald South line 25 27 feet to
the Kaat line of th. NWH of the
SK'% of the NK\ of the SW", ..I
Section 21 -52-42; thence Soutli.iU
along aald Eaxt line to the South
line of the NWV of the SK', ol the
NK'iel the 8WV, of Section 31-12-
42; thence Westerly along aald .South
line to the Kaat line of the 8K4 of
the SW1, of the M;1, .,f the HW%
of Section 21-12-42, aald line being
also the East line uf Lot 21. Amen-
ded Plat of R. E. McDonald Sub-
division according to the plat there-
of recorded In putt book 2. at page
22 of the Public Records of DM4)
County, Florida, thence Southerly
along said East line to the North
line of Lot 28, aforesaid aubdlvlslon:
thence Sou'thwestei ly along the
East llm; of Iot 28, aforesaid sub-
division (87.46 feet to the South
line of Lot 28, aforesaid subdivision,
belnr also the North line of the SV
of the K'/i of the SVi of Section 21-
12-42; thence Easterly along aald
North line to the East line of the
34 of the SWi, of the SK', or Sec-
tion 21-52-42: thence Southerly along
the said East line to the South line
of Section 21-52-42; thence Westerly
along aald South line to the West
line of Section 21-52-42; which Is
the point of beginning.
Begin at a point on the South line
of the NW\4 of Section 11-12-42.
4On feet Weat of the center of Sec-
tion 15-52-42; thence Northerly and
parallel to the East lhae of the
NVi'li of Sec 11-12-42 to the South
Right-of-Way line of State Hoad No.
828: thence Eaaterly along aald
South Right-of-Way line 100 fe*t;
thence Southerly and parallel to the
East line of the NW, of Sec. 11-
52-42 to a point 6O0 feet North of
the South line of the NW, ol Hec.
11-12-42; thence Easterly and paral-
lel to the South line of the NW,
of Hec. 18-52-42 to the West Bank
of the Oleta River: Ihence South-
westerly and meandering with Oleta
River to a point on the Northwes-
terly bank of aald river 400 feet Weat
of the East line of the MW% "f Sec.
11-12-42; thence Northerly and par-
allel to the said East line of the
SWi, to the South line of the NW,
f Section 15-52-42 and the point of
beginning.
DISTRICT 2:
Begin at the Southeast corner of
Section 17, Townshlii 12 South.
Range 42 East, run Westerly along
the South line of said Sea. 17-12-42
to the Weat line of the K'.- of the
W, of Sec. 17-52-42: thence North-
erly along aald West line to the
North line of the S", of the N'4 of
Hrr. 17-52-42: thence Easterly along
said North line to the West line of
the EVj of the NW, of the Ni:\
of Sec. 17-52-42: thence Northerly
along aald Weat line and continuing
alone the West line of the Si;', of
the SW, of the SK', of Section
8-52-42 to the South line of the
\W% ol the SW1* of the 8EH of
Sec. 8-52-42: thence Easterly along
the North line of the S', of the s',
of the SW of Section 8-52-42 and
Sec. 1-52-42 to the East line of the
W'/S of Section 8-12-42: thenc
Southerly along the East line of the
W4 of Section 8-12-42 and See. 16-
52-42 to the center of Hec. 16-52-
42; thence Southwesterly along the
center line of IMxte Highway to the
Southeast corner of Sec. 17-52-42;
which la the point of beginning.
DISTRICT S:
Begin at the center of Hec. 8-52-42:
thence run Southerly along the Eaat
Una of the WJ4 of Sec. 8-52-42 to the
South line of the NVt of the S'i of
the SVi of Hec. 8-52-42; thence Wes-
terly along said South line and along
the South line of the N^i of the SKi
of the 8i/ of Sec. 8-52-42 to the Weat
Una of the 8K' of Sec. 8-52-42;
thence Northerly along aald West
line to the South line of the NE1,
of the NE4 of the HW>, of Sec. 8-
52-42; thence Westerly along aald
South line to the West line of the
NE! of the NE14 of the HWlt of
Sec. 8-52-42; thence Northerly along
said West line to the South line of
the NW of Sec 8-12-42; thence
Westerly along aaid South line "of
the West line of the By, of the SWV,
of the HE* of the NW"4 of Sec. 8-
11-42; thence Northerly along aald
West line to the South line of the
NU of the Stt of the NW>4 of Sec.
8-52-42: thence Weaterly along aald
South line to the Weat line of the
EU of the NBi of the SW* of the
NW, of Section 8-52-42; thence
Northerly alone aaid West line to
the South line of the NW, of the
XWi of Section 8-52-42; thence
Weaterly along aald South line to
the Weat Mne of Section 8-12-42;
thence Northerly along the Wee*
Una of Section 8-52-42 to the South
line of the N'i of the NH of the
NE\ of Section 7-52-42: thence
Westerly along said South line to the
West line of the N4j of the Nyl of
the NEW of Section 7-12-42; thence
Northerly alone said West line to
the North line of Section 7-52-42:
thence Easterly along the North
line of HertIon 7, 8 and S-52-4* to
the West line of the SEW of the
BWV of the W of Section 4-52-
41: thence Northerly nlong the said
West line to the North line of the
8/i of the SVS of the 8Wi| of Sec-
tion 4-52-42: thence Easterly along
slid North line to the East line of
the HW>4 of Section 4-52-42: thence
Southerly slong the East line of the
HW'i of Section 4-12-42, and the
East line of the NWH of Section
8-52-42 to the center of Section *
52-42, which ia the point of be-
ginning.
DISTRICT 4:
Begin at the Northeast corner of
the NWii of the NW, of Section
17-12-42. run Southerly nlong the
East lliTf the W4 of the W/, of
Section 17-52-42 to the South line
of Section 17-52-42; thence Wester-
ly along *e South line of Section
17-52-42 to the Southwest corner of
Section 17-12-42; thence Northerly
along the West line of said Section
17-52-42 to the South line of the N ",
<* the NEVi of the SK% of the
HEV of Section 18-12-42: thence
Westerly along the said South line
to the West line of the NW of the
NK'i of the SK', of the BE', of
Section 18-52-42: thence Northerly
along the said West line to the South
line of the 8W* of the NEVJ of
the SE<4 of Section 18 52-42: thence
Westerly along said South line to the
West line of the SK'. of the SW '.
of the NEVi of the VK'i of Section
18-52-41; thence Northerly along- said
West line to the South line of the
NW". of the SW* of the NE' of
the SE* of Section 18-52-41: thence
Westerly along said South line to
the Weat line of the E"i of the BE*
of Section 11-81-41: thence North-
erly along the West line of the E*
of the SB* and the Weat line of
LEGAL NOTICE
r?!*'. KVi of the NE* of Section 18-
??"?! .lo lhe Worth line of B.
U-..2-42; thence Easterly along the
North line of Section 18-52-42 and
Section 17-52-42 to the Noitheast
corner of the NW* of the NW*
of Section 17-12-42, which Is the
iH.Int of beginning.
Begin at the Northwest corner of
the SW* of Section 8-52-43; thence
run Easterly along the North line of
the SW* to the East line of the
W* of the NE'. of the NW* of
the SW* of Section 8-52-42; thence
Soutneily along said East line to the
South line of the Nyl .if the NW*
of the SW* of Section 8-12-42.
thence Westerly along said South
line to the West line of Section
8-52-42; thence Northerly along aald
West line to the Northwest corner
of the SW* of Section 8-52-42; and
the point of beginning.
DISTRICT 5:
Begin at the Southeast corner of the
W* of the SE* of the SE* of Sec-
tion 7-52-42, run Weaterly along the
South line of Section 7-52-42 and
the South line of Section 12-52-41
to the West line of the SE* of the
SW, of Section 12-52-41: theme
Northerly along aaid West line to
the North line of the SE* of the
SW* of Section 12-12-41; thence
Easterly along said North line and
continuing along the North line of
the SW. of the SE* of Section 12-
52-41 to the Weat line of the S1-, of
the NE* of the SE* of Section 12-
52-41; thence Northerly along aaid
West line to the North line of the
S* of the NE' of the SB* of Sec-
tion 12-52-41: thence Easterly along
aaid North line to the West line of
Sea-1 Ion 7-52-42; thence Northerly
along the West line of Section 7-12-
42 to the North line of the SW* of
Section 7-52-42; thence Easterly
along aald North line to the Eaat
line of the SW* of Section 7-52-42;
thence Southerly along aald Eaat
line to the North line of the s of
the SW'., of the NW* of the SE*
of Section 7-52-42; thence Easterly
along aald North line to the East
line of the S* of the SW* of the
NW* of the SB* of Section 7-52-
42; thence Southerly along said East
line to the North fine of the SW*
of the SE* of Section 7-52-42;
thence Easterly along said North
line to the East line of the Wyi of
the E* of the SE* of the Section
7-52-42; thence Southerly along said
East line to the North line of Sec-
tion lv-12-42, which Is the point of
lieglnnlng.
Section 4. REGULATION OF ELEC-
TIONS: The council shall make all
regulations which it considers needful
or desirable, not Inconsistent with this
Charter, for the conduct of municipal
elections for the prevention of fraud
In such elections, and lor the recount
of ballots In case of doubt or fraud.
Municipal elections shall be conducted
by the regular election authorities,
who shall have power to make such
regulations not inconsistent with this
Charter or with any regulations made
by the City Council.
Section 5. NOMINATIONS: Any
qualified elector of the City of North
Miami Beach, who shall have resided
In the City for one year or more, shall
be eligible to offer himself for any
elective office of this City, and shall,
not later than the 20 days prior to any
election date, qualify himself for such
candidacy, by presenting himself to
the City Clerk of North Miami Beach,
and there executing such forma aa are
required by the election officers of
the City of North Miami Beach, and
deposit simultaneous therewith a qual-
ifying fee of $50.00 for the candidates
for the office of Mayor, and the sum
of 825.00 for all other elective officers.
provided, however, that a qualifying
fee ahall not be required to qualify
for any elective offices of temporary
or limited nature and for which no
compensation is paid, such as Charter
Revision Board. Civil Service Board,
and of similar capacity: this enumer-
ation ahall not be deemed to be ex-
clusive, but simply explanatory-
Section 6. PREPARATIONS FOR
CENTRAL COUNT: Before each elec-
tion the election authorities shall
designate a central counting place for
all election returns to be brought to-
gether and counted publicly: appoint
a competent person to act aa director
of the counting; employ and provide
for the training of a competent staff
of assistants, subject to any regula-
tion of the Council; fix a definite com-
pensation. If any, for the director and
each member of the etaff which shall
not be dependent upon the length of
time consumed in the count; prepare
detailed regulations for the count,
which shall be issued In advance to the
members uf the countinif force, to the
candidates and to their representa-
tives at the central count: and make
other suitable arrangements for all
tabulations of the election returns to
inaure an accurate tally. All employ-
ees for the central count shall be se-
lected subject to the direction of the
Council.
Section T. ELECTION POLL8: All
balloting for elective offices shall take
place at the City Hall In the City pi
North Miami Beach, which shall be
turned Into a central counting place
referred to in Section 6 hereof, at the
clone of the legal voting hours.
Section 8. CHECKING THE RE-
TURN*' As soon as the polls have
closed the voting machines shall be
opened by the election officials and
In the preaence of the members of the
counting force, and in the presence of
the candidates or their duly qualified
i.-|.io-entatives; and thereuisin the
tabulations shall commence, and shall
be recorded aa follows: The results as
tabulated on tile machines for each of
ihe candidates shall be clearly an-
nounced by one of the election offi-
cial, designated for that purpose, to
another of the officials who shall
thereupon record to the credit of auch
iindldate the figures an announced
and so on. until a complete and full
tabulation of each machine shall have
been recorded. As the tabulation on
each machine shall have lieen com-
pleted, said machine shall he locked
or sealed so that the tabulation shall
remain Intact, and shall remain In
the custody of the election officials
and all such machines and records
shall he kept by Ihe director of elec-
tions at the central counting place
until a board hereafter deslnd as
a "Canvassing Board" which shall be
comprised of the City Clerk. Ill'ertor
of Elect lone, and a representative of
each of the Candidates. If they so de-
sire, ahall, within two (2) days of the
election date, canvas the machines,
recheck the tabulations, correct any
errors, snd mske final certification of
the election results.
Section 8. VOTING MACHINES:
The Copncll shall have the power to
provide for the uae of mechanical or
other devlcee for voting or counting
LEGAL NOTICE
the votea In accordance with the
principles set forth In this Charter.
Kor this purpose the Council may
mo'iiiy the Form of the ballot, th.
method of expressing choices and the
ariangementa for conducting the elec-
tion and the count, but no change
shall be made which will alter or Im-
pair the principles of the voting or of
the counting.
Section 10. PUBLIC SUPERVISION
AND INFORMATION: At each ele, -
tlon of the Council, any regularly
nominated candidate shall be entitled
upon written application to the elec-
tion authorities at least five (5) days
before the election.
(a) to appoint one person and one
alternate to represent him as watcher
and challenger at each polling place
Any person so appointed shall have
all the rights and privileges pre-
scribed by law for other watchers
an.I lullengers at any election In the
same place but a watcher and his
alternate shall not have the right both
to remain within the voting place at
the same time. Such watchera and
challengers may exercise their rights
at the voting places until the ballots
have been sent to the central counting
place, but not more than one watcher
for the aame candidate shall have
the right to accompany two or more
ballot boxes while they are being
taken together.
tb) to appoint one representative
at the count In the central counting
place, who ahall have full authority
to move anywhere within the central
counting place, and to Inspect all ac-
tivities of the count without Interfer-
ing therewith.
(c) to appoint one observer at the
central counting place, vrtio shall be
given facilities for keeping m full view
of all ballots outside of containers and
all containers of ballots at all times
when such ballots are not being sorted
or counted, and from the trme when
the first ballots arrive until all bal-
lots have been placed In containers
and removed for aafekeeplng at the
end of the count.
The election authorities and the di-
rector of the count shall permit can-
didates to mske subMltntions for per-
sons originally appointed as watch-
era, challengers, represents tives or
observers; the candidates, representa-
tives of the press and, so far as may
be consistent with good order and con-
venience, the public shall be afforded
every facility for being preaent and
witnessing the ballots cast at each
election shall be preserved by the elec-
tion authorities until the terms of the
members elected there at have ex-
pired.
The decision of the director of the
count shall be final unless appealed
from In which caae they shall be sub-
ject to Immediate review by the elec-
tion authorities.
Section 11. VACANCIES IN ELEC-
TIVE OFFICES: If one or more va-
cancies should occur In the elective
offices of the City of North Miami
Beach, the election authorities shall
call a special election of officers to
serve for the remainder of the unex-
Iilred term. Special elections shall be
leld ithn'i sixty (60) days from date
of vacancy, except that If a regular
election for such elective office to
serve for the next regular term has
already been held, or Is to be held
not more than (60) days after the oc-
currence of the vacancy, such special
election need not be held, and the
officer or offloera elected at such reg-
ular election Is completed. Any spe-
cial election shall be held as nearly
aa practicable according to the provi-
sions for a regular election.
Section 12.* ABSENTEE VOTING:
The provisions of Beet Ion 101.61
through 101.70 of the Florida Statutes
and any subsequent amendments
thereto, is hereby declared to be the
law governing absentee voting in the
City of North Miami Beach, provided,
however, that the City Council is
granted the power to conform aald
statute to apply lo the City of North
Miami Beach, and to enlarge or dl-
mlnlah. any time requirements which
are set up In the statute.
The purpose of this Bectlon being
to provide a aatlsfactory method by
which elections may be held within the
City of North Miami Beach In an or-
derly manner, the "Law of Election"
as reflected In Chapters 97 through 106
of the Florida Statutes, entitled
"Electors and Elections", wherever
applicable. Is hereby declared to be the
law on elections In the City of North
Miami Beach, and the City Council
shall have the power to make such
ordinances within the Intent and
framework of such Florida Statutes
to make them applicable to the City
of North Miami Beach.
ARTICLE IX.
INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM
Section 1. Power of Initiative
Recall
Power of Referendum
Form of Petitions: Com-
mittee of Petitioners
Filing, examination and
certification of Petitions
Amendment of Petitions
Effect of Certification of
Referendum Petition
Consideration of Council
Submission to electors
Form of ballot for Initi-
ated and referred Ordi-
nances
Availability of list of
qualified Electors
Results of election
. 1. POWER OF INITIA-
TIVE: The electors shall have power
to propose any Ordinance, except an
ordinance appropriating money or au-
thoriilng the levy of taxea. and to
adopt or reject the aame at the polls,
such power being known as the Initi-
ative. Any Initiated Ordinance may be
submitted to the Council by a petition
signed by qusllfled electors of the City
equal In number to at least two per
centum (21*) of the registered voters
at the last tegular municipal election.
Section t RECALL:
As to City
CouncilAny member of the Cltv
Council may be recalled or removed
from his or her aald Office upon the
Initiative of Ihe electors of the I'ls-
tit. t from which said Councilman has
I,, en lected, In the manner and num-
ber as hereinafter prescribed.
li.) As to Mayor er any othsr elec-
tive offlcse who is elected from the
City-at-laroeThe Mayor or any
elective officer of the City who la
elected from the Clty-t-large mav be
recalled and removed from his or her
office upon the Initiative of the elec-
tors from the Clty-at-large as herein
prov Ided.
(c) To Initiate a recallAny quali-
fied elector of the City and District, or
the Clty-at-large, whichever la ap-
plicable aa set out In sub-sections (a)
and (b) of this Section, may make and
file with the City Clerk an affidavit
ontainlng the name of the Coiimll-
2.
S.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
8.
10.
II.
12.
Section
amendment to this Charter provide
for more than one Councilman from
each District), or other elective offi-
cer of the City whose removal i-<
sought, and a statement of the siwci-
flc grounds for removal. The Clerk
shall thereupon deliver for approval
and signature to the elector or the
electors making such affidavit, copies
of the petMtlo:, blanks for such re-
i toval Such blanks shall l- executed
by the Clerk with the signature and
Official Seal thereto attached; the.v
shall be dated and addressed to the
t'it> Council, and shall contain the
specific grounds for recall, name or
names of the person or persons whose
r.uioval Is sought, and the office from
which such temoval is sought. All
i oples of the petition shall be en-
tered In a record book to be kept In
the office of the City Clerk. The re-
call petition, to be effective, must be
signed and filed with the Clerk within
thbty (20) days after the filing of the
affidavit. The petition before being
final shall be signed by li% of the reg-
istered voters of the district or of th*
Clty-at-large, depending upon whether
the officer comes within the category
of sub-sections tion, which registered voters ahall
have been qualified to vote In the
last general municipal election, and
to each such signature shall be added
the place of residence of the signer,
giving the strfet and number or other
description sufficient to Identify the
place of business or residence of the
petitioner. Such signatures need not
all be on one paper, but the City Clerk
shall make an affidavit that each sig-
nature appended to the paper ia the
genuine signature of the person whose
name It purports to be. All such re-
call papers shall be filed aa one In-
strument with the endorsement there-
on of the names and addresses of the
IMTsons designated as filing the same.
Within ten (10) days after the filing of
the petition, the Clerk shall ascertain
whether or not the petition Is signed
by the requisite number of registered
voters and shall attach thereto his
certificate showing the results of auch
examination If this certificate shows
the petition to be Insufficient, he shall
forthwith so notify in writing one or
more .if the persons designated on the
petition as filing the same; and the
petition may be amended at any time
within ten (10) days after the giving
of aald notice, by filing of a supple-
mentary petition upon additional peti-
tion paper, signed and filed aa provid-
ed herein for the original petition. The
Clerk shall within ten (10) days after
such amendment make like examina-
tion of the result. If then found to be
iinsullicient. or It. no amendment was
made, he shsll file the petition in bla
office, and shall notify each of the per-
sons designated thereon, that the aame
is filed. If the petitioner amended peti-
tion shall be certified by the Clerk to
be sufficient, he shall submit the same
with his certificate to the Cltv Coun-
cil at Its next regular meeting and
shall notify the Councilman or Coun-
. ilmen or other elective officer or
officers whose removal Is sought, of
such action. The City Council ahall.
thereupon, within ten (10) days of the
receipt of the Clerk's certificate, or-
der an election to be held not less
than twenty (20) nor more than thirty
(JO),days thereafter: provided, how-
ever* that at such recall elections all
registered voters of the City, regtard-
less of the District In which said vot-
ers reside, shsll be eligible to cast
their vote for or against the officials
whose removal Is sought, whether such
officials were In the first Inatance,
elected by District or at large: and
further provided, however, that If any
other municipal election la to occur
within aixty (601 days after the re-
ceipt of said certificate, the City Coun-
cil may In its discretion, provide for
the holding of the removal election
on the date of such other municipal
election.
The Councilman or Councllmen or
other elective officer whose removal Is
sought, may resign at any time before
the election, In which event the office
will be deemed vacant without recall,
and shall be filled as other vacancies
provided for herein. In elections for
recall, the form of the ballot shall be
as nearly as practical:
"Shall "A" be recalled", or "Shall
"B" be recalled*, etc., the name of
the officers being Inserted in the
Place of "A" and "B".
The voter shall Indicate hla vote
by "YES" or "NO".
If a majority of the votes eaat shall
be In favor of such recall, the Council
shall Immediately declare the office
vacant and proceed to fill the aame
in the manner provided by law for the
filling of vacancies In elective offices
of the City of North Miami Beach.
Provided, however, that In no event
shall two consecutive elections for the
recall of the same Councilman or other
elective Officer be held within all
(6) months, and provided, further
that no Councilman or other elective
officer shall he subject to recall within
Thirty (80) days after taking office.
Section 3. POWER OF REFEREN.
DUM: The electors at large shall haye
power to approve or reject at the polls
any Ordinance iwssed by the Council,
or submitted by the Council to a vote
of the electors, except aa provided In
Section 1" 'ltd- KKKNDL'M ON BOND
ORDINANCES'), Article IV of this
charter, such power being known as
the referendum. Ordinances submitted
to the' Council by Initiative petition
and passed by the Council without
change shall be subject to the referen-
dum in the same manner as other
ordinances. Within twenty (20) days
after the enactment by the Council of
anv ordinance which is subject to a
referendum, a petition signed by quali-
. lectors of the City equal In num-
ber to at least ten per centum (10*)
of the registered voters at the laat
preceding regular municipal election
nay be filed with the City Clerk re-
questing that any such Ordinance be
either repealed or submitted to a vote
of the electors.
Section 4. FORM OF PETITIONS;
COMMITTEE ON PETITIONS: All
petition papers circulated for the pur-
poses of initiative or referendum ahall
be uniform In slse and style. Initiative
liapers Khali contain the full text of
the pro|Kised ordinance. The algna-
tures to Initiative of referendum peti-
tions need not be all appended to one
paper, but to each separate petition
there shall be a (Inched a statement of
the circulator thereof as provided by
this section. Each signer of any such
petition paper shall sign his name In
ink or Indelible pencil, and shall IndN
eate after his name his place of real-
dence by street and number, or other
description sufficient to Identify the
place. There shall appear on each peti-
tion the names and addresses of five
electors, who. as a committee of the
petitioners, shall be regarded as. re-
man (or Councllmen should any spunslble for the circulation and fll-


LEGAL NOTICE
in* of the petition. Attached to each
separate petition paper there snail oe
an affidavit of the circulator thereol
that he, and lie only, personally en -
ciliated the foregoing paper, that 11
bears the stated number of signa-
ture*, that all the signatures appended
thereto were mad* in his presence,
and that he believes them to be the
genuine signatures of the persons
whose names they purport to be.
Section 5. FILING. EXAMINATION
AND CERTIFICATION OF PETI-
TIONS: All petition papers comprising
an Initiative or referendum petition
shall be assembled and filed with the
Cltv Clerk as one Instrument. Within
twentv (L'U) days lifter a petition Is
filed, "the City Clerk shall determine
whether each paper of the petition
has a proper statement of the circula-
tor, whether the petition is signed by
a sufficient number of qualified elec-
tors. The City Clerk shall attach
thereto an affidavit signed by the
Circulator thereof. If a petition paper
Is found to be signed by more per-
sons than the number of signatures
certified bv the circulator, the last
signature In excess of the number cer-
tiied shall be disregarded. If a peti-
tion paper Is found to be signed by
fewer persons than the number certi-
fied, the signatures shall be accepted
unless void on other grounds. After
completing his examination of the
petition, the City Clerk shall certify
the result thereof to the Council at
Its next regular meeting. If he shall
certify that the petition is Insuffi-
cient he shall set forth In his certi-
ficate the particulars In which It is
defective and shall at once notify the
Committee of the Petitioners of his
findings.
Section 6. AMENDMENT OF PETI.
TIONS: An Initiative or referendum
petition may be amended at any time
within ten (10) days after notification
of Insufficiency has been sent by the
City Clerk, by filing a supplementary
petition upon additional papers signed
and filed as provided in case of an
original petition. The City Clerk shall,
within five (5) days after such an
amendment is filed, make examination
of the amended petition and. If the
petition is still insuficlent, he shall
file his certificate to that effect In
his office and notify the Committee of
the petitioners of his findings and no
further action shall be had on such
insufficient petition. The finding of the
insufficiency of a petition shall not
prejudice the fling of a new petition
for the same purpose.
Section 7. EFFECT OF CERTIFI-
CATION OF REFERENDUM PETI-
TION: When a referendum petition,
or amended petition, as defined In
Section 6 of this Section, has been
certified as sufficient by the City
Clerk, the Ordinance specified in the
petition shall not go into effect, or
further action thereunder shall be
suspended, if it shall have gone into
effect, until and unless approved by
the electors, as hereinafter provided.
Section I. CONSIDERATION BY
COUNCIL: Whenever the Council re-
ceives a certified Initiative or referen-
dum petition from the City Clerk. It
shall proceed at once to consider such
petition. A proposed initiative ordi-
nance shall be read, and provision
shall be made for a public hearing
upon the proposed ordinance. The
Council shall take final action on the
Ordinance not later than sixty <6o)
days after the date on which such
Ordinance shall be reconsidered by
the Council and its final vote upon
such reconsideration shall be upon the
question. "Shall the Ordinance speci-
fied in the Referendum Petition be
Repealed?"
Section 9. SUBMISSION TO ELEC-
TORS: If the Council shall fail to pass
an ordinance proposed by Initiative
petition, or shall pan ft in a form
different from that set forth in the
f'etltlon therefor, or if the Council
ail to repeal a referred ordinance, the
t reposed or referred ordinance shall
e submitted to the electors at large,
not less than thirty U0| days, nor
more than sixty IS") days from the
date the Council takes its final vote
thereon. The Council may. in its dis-
cretion, and If no regular election Is
to be held within such period, provide
for a special election
Section 10. FORM OF BALLOT FOR
INITIATED AND REFERRED ORDI-
NANCES: Ordinances submitted to
vote of the electors In accordance with
the initiative and referendum provi-
sions of this Charter shall be submit-
ted by ballot title, which shall be pre-
pared In all cases by the Department
of Law or other principal legal ad-
viser of the City. The ballot title may
be different from the legal title of any
such Initiated or referred ordinance
and shall lie a clear, concise state-
ment, without argument or prejudice
descriptive of the substance of such
ordinance. The ballot used in voting
upon ny ordinance If a paper ballot
shall have below the ballot title the
following propositions, one above the
other, In the order Indicated:
"For The Ordinance" and
'Against the Ordinance"
Immediately at the left of each propo-
sition there shall be a square In
which by making a cross (X) the elec-
tor may vote for or against the Ordi-
nance. Any number of ordinances mav
be voted on at the same election and
may be submitted on the same ballot,
but any paper ballot used for voting
thereon shall be for that purpose only
If voting machines are used, the bal-
lot title of any ordinance shall have
Below It the same two propositions,
one above the other, or one preced-
ing the other in the order Indicated,
and the elector shall be given an op-
portunlty to vote for either of the
two propositions and thereby to vote
lor or against the ordinance.
. .tV*'0."- Ill AVAILABILITY OF
LIST OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS:
if any organisation or group requests
* H" PurPose of circulating the
S"lw, matter relating to the
Ordinance to be voted on, the Hoard
of hlections, or the City Clerk or other
office, department or agency of the
fnri hKvil.n",..Lhe ""' of qualified elec:
tors, shall either permit such organisa-
tion or group to copy the names and
f .?i if". of. lne "."''"''d electors or
ten (10) days from said request
TlfSffC 12' RE8L"-TS OF ELEC
ZSS, v IfB ma'orl,y ordinal "1 ",? a l""P<>"ed Initiative
f. lhan e.Kha" vo" J" ,avor thereof,
of fh. V. ereu1on- J* > Ordinance
3u2 i C,tf- A ''Ted Ordinance
8S 22 approved by a majority of
JherniTiT,10^ MV,ln? th'rM>n *"
fllrHnJ^ '}' de*m',l repealed. If con-
Vhl Li* ,ord,nance are approved by
the electors at the same election, the
Off Weafttea; the greatest number of
arirmatlve votes shall prevail to the
axtent of such conflict. *
ARTICLE X
ART ll-LE *____
TAX ADMINISTRATION
Section 1. J "vision of Af""'".*-.'
I property subject w rax.
' method of A '"'
3. Board of Aaseesn* hi Ke-
Vlew
4 Hoard of Assessment He-
view; powers and dUtlea
5. 1-ubiK ii' ai a| on com-
plaints
fi. Appeal to Courts
7. Division Of Collections
> Colic tor's Bond
Taxes payable "hen due
111. li-eparaik>n and Delivery
of Tax Bills
Mcnsion of Tax for CUT-
nt year on Assessment
.. '."'... ., ,,-------a.v .M'
Rolls
12. Description of Tax Bill
13. Office of Assessor-
Collector
arbitration ........
lb) Net Capital Investment means
,hi actual anS r-.......able cost a
properties and capital outlay uaad
be the City Assessor lnlll[.T
Section 2. PROPERTY SUBJECT
TO TAX; METHOD OF ASSESS-
MENT: All real and persona! W
within the city, not expressly exemp-
ted bv law. shall be subject to annual
taxation at Its true value. The Ai
sor shall begin the work of MM
roll shall be avaiiaoie tor puijuc in-
spection during the period from the
10th dav of July to the 10th clay of
A Section 3. BOARD OF ASSESS-
MENT REVIEW: There shall be a
Board of Assessment Review to be
composed of the City Council sitting
specifically for that purpose.
Section 4. BOARD OF ASSESMENT
REVIEW; POWERS AND DUTIES:
I i Hoard of Assessment Review shall
have the power to
la) Review on complaint of property
owners assessments for the purpose
of taxation of real and personal
property within the City made by
the City Assessor,
(b) Administer Oaths
i. i lake Testimony
id) Hold Hearings
le) Adopt regulations regarding the
procedure of Assessment Review,
Section 5. PUBLIC HEARINGS ON
COMPLAINTS: Beginning with the
l.'.th day of August of sal
- long thereafter .- ma) be nec-
essary the City Council, sitting as a
Hoard of Assessment Review shall
hear and determine the complaint of
an> person in relation to the nffTser-
ment roll. Complaints to the Hoard of
Assessment Review shall be in writ-
ing and under oath. Hut the procedure
before such Board shall be informal
and of a nature calculated to effect
Justice as simply as possible. Hearings
upon complaints shall be held in the
order received and as promptly after
the filing thereof, as possible, and
the determination of the Hoard of
Assessment Review shall he made
within ten (10) days after such filing.
Such determination shall be Immedi-
ately certified by the Secretary of the
Hoard to the City Assessor, whose
duly It shall be to make such cor-
rection upon the assessment roll and
duplicate, as the Board mav deter-
mine.
Section t. APPEAL TO COURTS:
Appeal from the determination of the
Hoard of Assessment Review may be
taki n lo a Court of competent Juris-
diction ndt later than thirty (IS) davs
after certification to the City x--- ssoi
Section 7. DIVISION OF'COLLEC-
TION: There shall be established in
the Department of Finance a dlvl-
son of collection, the head of which
shall be the city Tax Collector
Section 8. COLLECTORS BOND:
The loll.. t.,r shall, before the deliv-
ery to him of the Aaaesatni nl Roll
give surety bond for the faithful per-
formance of his duties, including com-
pliance with all controlling provisions
of law bearing upon the functions of
2 4.ce> ln a 'orm approved by the
Mate lax Commissioner, and in'such
RUm,jno' "* ,han ,h- amount sstab
llshed by the Commission.:, as ,ii.,ll
be fixed by the Council
Section 9. TAXES PAYABLE
DESLC,VEnRY,06FPTRAErB1^SONV- .22
and n,Wm. ,r*P.ar"'K. C.....pleting
ami mailing r otherwise delivering
tax bills for the fiscal year lo the
owners of property assessed so far as
such owners are known and shall
f>s?d^U,V'r\0n or tS5
first day of November. The validity
same shall be payable shall not be aft
ct.d by the failure of the Ci.,',', ,
to mall or otherwise deliver a tax
Section It. EXTENSION OF TAX
M0ENTCURRORLELNT,-VEAR,0N 8S.
MfcNT ROLL: Lpon adopt on of the
current budget by the Council In ic?
1 Til 1le. wl,n ,he procedure pre-
scribed In Article IV of thl. c-.. ^
am "'. ."^"""atton thereby of'Vh.
itv hu ,! ""*"" "r "">'' author-
t>, shall have caused to be extended
?E.?!L.K**?"Jn'M ro" nd duplicate
IS .r,,?hXeC,r,an,PeU,',, U~h'
raise the required JXZStnV"* *
ARTICLE XI
Section nBBJS""*
a (wi!?* of '"nchise
gTS^U."- Transfer
BoardbMe: valua"
6. Rates; Annual cost of
&vlce and sliding \g
5: ReTanrure""'1 ***
Eatabllhmnt nf vni
WP^Z* *<%&
h-"no^"r w,,h I'rlyate-
10> ^U,tn'Ml Vm Organ-
". Financial provision.
unit price- -hall be established for
each class of property In accordance
with propel Inventorj "' 'he JSfXl
ties. Reasonable allowances shall be
,ade for normal a^ne^ oonetrueOon
overhead coats, not Included In the
unit prices The depieolation dedm-
tion shall Include both physical and
functional factors, and shall take due
account of the differences between the
existing property units anu" ava lahlr
modern units. Including the differ-
ence In maintenance between exlstinit
and available new units. No additional
allowances shall be made for franchise
value, going concern \ alue, or other
Intangible items not representing the
actual unrerouped capital expendi-
tures.
Section 2. GRANTING OF FRAN-
CHISES: Th. Citv shall have power
to grant a franchise to any private
corporation for the use of streets and
other puhli. wayi in the furnishing of
any public utilit* service to the CltJ
and to Its inhabitants. All franchises
and any renewals, extensions and
amendments thereto, shall lie granted
onlv hv ordinance \ proposed fran-
chise ordinance shall be submitted to
the Mayor, and he shall render to the
Council a written report containing
recommendations thereon
Section 3 CONDITIONS AND
TRANSFER OF FRANCHISES:
la) Every franchise or renewal, ex-
tension or amendment at a franchise
hereafter granted shall:
tl) Impose upon the utility the duty
to furnish proper service at a mini-
mum attainable cost under proper or-
ganisation and efficient management.
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 service, and It may Is-
sue such orders with respect to safety
and other matters as may be neces-
sary or desirable for the community.
(2) 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. Such
rates shall be sufficient to cover the
com of service as defined ln Section 1
of this Article.
(J) Reserve to the City the right
at any tune after five (j) year*, to
revoke the franchise and purchase all
the properties of the utility at a pur-
chase price equal to the net capital
imcstnieni, or as to any properly in-
cluded in the purchase for which the
net capital Investment is not
tamable from the accounts, at the
estimated actual coot less accrued de-
preciation.
tb) No franchise shall be transfer-
-"ov. ."','''' '" '"> uti",v lo another
without the approval of the city, and
as a condition ... su. h approval .'.n the
terms and conditions of this Section
shall be Included In the transferred
franchise.
Section 4. RATE BASE' VALUA.
T.ON BOARD: I, ne, .api'iaf hfv^I
I o ''; "'l'ed as Ihe rate base
' ... 'HI "'' ,h" Coumril and
E',.w "u!'lk' ""''''> tendering service
^fo^:1 -gp -i:,^
a rate base considered fair and rea-
utm.; A\ M"" C.llJ "*> and he
hL 'k *'''","" '-' ''meal assistance
shall he mi..... available t Ihe Asen
SpSE
ere.ur U^',h P^vau aid 5uc in.
separate e,V V* ,h' H"rd. and a
Sfo^ScUoa '- yer'he ,d"r""!;"a ""
nation shall 11 ,, r.\"h':'d and depr.
'ngi shallf be 1SU and W' """'-
OFS'lERnv CERAATNED8:stf^^L COT
BASIS: The rate. ,?INQ SCALE
"*ned pJill,,.,'' privately
franchise .r'"i""y exercising a
terms f -his Ch,t?,e 'sha'^"^ t0 h
revlaed and a.n ...", """".be annually
"d in confr,a ,."";.'''""iH-d >y
-Ions of General LawWlthT'he I'rovl-
"hall annually f*,' Tn oun. i|
nam-es and .hall ~~. .'"""l'*r "rdi-
of rate, wherein fnrf"'" *** cale
jas return abnv. th" y'"r "e ex-
hall be divided m aVEi '" '"<*
'ween th. ull ,.y* ''*< Proportion
"y consumer.
through rate reductions applicable to
i ne sin c.ding year.
Section i. RECORDS AND PRO-
i,11 The Council shall establish or
designate an Agency of the City Uov-
.....,,iii which shall assemble the
,.,, is which are essential to proper de-
tei ininaiion ol cost of service and the
living oi reasonable rates. Huch aaen-
, shall have and keep up to date an
mveiiton of the property usvd In pub-
,, -.mce, Ihe cost of such properties
I- iictuall) and reasonably Incurred
or as fixed by appraisal, additions and
letlrements made each year, the de-
preciation, and all matters that enter
into the periodical readjustment of the
rate base It shall have power to make,
and shall conduct, all inspections and
examinations of public utility proper-
ti. s a. count* and records necessary
i appropriate to carry out the provi-
sions of this Charter. At the close of
, I, calendar or fiscal year. It shall
make a comprehensive report and
recommendation to the Mayor and the
Council, The Mayor shall thereupon
make separate recommendation* to
the Council, which, after receiving;
them, mav proceed with Informal ne-
gotiations or with formal proceedings.
Kvery public utility operating within
the City shall furnlah to such Agen-
cy regular reports as to capital out-
lay, property retirements, operating
revenues, operating expenses, taxes
and other accounting matters accord-
ing to the standard accounting classi-
fication Issued for such utilities by the
State I'uhlle I'tllltles Commission. In
addition the City may require reports
legardiiiK salaries, wages, employees
contracts, service performance, and
all other records of operation that per-
tain to proper rate adjustments on the
basis of facts and regular admlnlatra-
tlon.
lb) The Agency established or desig-
nated by the Council shall also make
appropriate efforts to obtain proper
annual revision of rates of private
utilities which do not operate under
the franchise terms of this Charter,
and which are not subject to munic-
ipal regulation by Ueneral Law. It may
Initially obtain proper surveys of
operating expenses, taxes and other
charges, and of the net capital Invest-
ment in the properties used In public
service within the City, and thereupon
may endeavor, through negotiations
with the utility, to obtain proper rate
adjustments The determination of a
rale base shall be made as set forth
hi Section 4 of this Article. If It can-
not obtain due agreement it shall file
a complaint and petition, to the State
liiiiln ("tllity Commission for a for-
mal rate Imjulry. In such proceedings
it shall represent the consumers at
large and shall prepaie and present In
due legal form sll the evidence with
reaps* to cost of service and other
elements as reuulred In the public In-
tel e-t it shall obtain all requisite data
for successive rate revisions, and at
ihe end of each calendar or fiscal year
it shell endeavor to secure any revi-
sion of rales indicated by the show-
ing of facts, and if necessary shall
proceed agsin with a request for for-
mal Inquiry by the State I'ubllc Util-
ities Com mission.
Section 7. RECAPTURE: Whenever
Ihe Council shad determine, and In
accordance with the franchise terms,
the City may purchase the properties
of a privately owned public utility, and
may Include ln such purchase proper-
ties located outside as well as with-
in the City. The purchase price shall
not exceed the net capital Investment,
or the rate base, established as herein
described, for any properties Included
In the purchase for which such net
capital Investment had not been pro-
xldedfor by previous franchise grants.
The City may also condemn any pub-
lic utility properties pursuant to the
: condemnation provision of this
' The cost of proceedings for
acquisition of private properties by
purchase or by condemnation .hall be
paid In the first Instance by the pri-
vate utility, but shall be Included in
the price or award paid by the City.
!&'?"..; ESTABLISHMENT OF
MUNCIPALLY OWNED AND OPER-
ATED UTILITIES: The City shall
nave th.- power to own and operate
any publl, utility, to construct and in-
stall all facilities that aie leasonably
needed, and to lease r purchase any
existing utility properties used and
useful in public service. The Cllv may
also furnish service In adjacent and
nearby communities which may be
conveniently and economically served
' municipally owned and oper-
w.Th lKl,y> ""''" "' agreements
with such communities and subject to
the provisions of Stale Law. Council
.!, 1'r"v"e by ordinance for the es-
t.il.Hshiiient of su.,, otintv, ,nd shall
also be submitted to and approved at
a Popular'referendum; provided, how-
anv ...*L'n ,,r,"n"nce providing for
""\.'"''""1"". enlargement, or Im-
provement of an existing utility may
^'na-'ed as a matter o? general m*?
nlcipal administration
pi"1;0" COMPETITION WITH
S?sVrATFJ-.y.iw','P AND OPER-
LEGAL
..quired M-mtS^SSSb purchase
v ded for tese!fc de,,n-d -< p"o!
th- Cltv 8*c,lo of this Article.
iende..t J2* l,r"*eed with an Inde-
'.wned .h"d ooml,"ltlve municipally
nsif h"w,"ePr'r1i'kd U,""V Tn r,'
...i, ..." _,'*" "e over such com-
P Vvil. f*T ?N,:.Th Council may
separate d-.h. ""abllahment of a
. ^mm'^-'Vne-e.u\.-
^J^hln^SS^ *1>artmwat or affl-
dlffert.ni ~!l r ;*,nlnance. adopt a
Piy ail annual profit, above bond In-
5.
I.
7.
I.
terest to rate r.a
for promotioB ^"'"jSi
advancement of thiT"
clal Interest. > ,"k *
utility .hal|"no', > I
benefit of cthrf nJJn
and shall ^T ^me
directly ,'*> I
In. agency for Vk?1^
Pay to the Cltv.(>
other taxes asV^l.
upon prlv,P *J3j[
action 11 t-i,,.,
ION.: The citv 22S
qulslllon of t,rl^JI
properties, ,.'/[*t\^
the cost of n 'r*!
erty lnstalla.,n"nf^wt-
by borrowing, ,^,
provision of ArVuv*
l*. Approprtate lJrl;
made. howe\,.r ,,, ,V*-
and retirement .V*1
to the provisions ut ikiVj
amortlaaunn and Wth
effaoted through the ,
tlon funds or other fin,
provWed through th,
UCCE,S.AORNT,|Ni0!L]
Section 1. Asses.ro,., M
lee,ion in f-fl
* Klghl. of f
pkiyees pro-
I. Contlnu.M3l
OfflcerT^"
* Status off
Ployees ,_
when OiartTI
Transfer of I
I'roperty
Continuity ail
Pertinent,.,,
t.ontinuaac. ,
and Public i
1'endlng ,
ceedlng.
Section 1. ASSEMMIsl
COLLECTIONS in fib
YAR: The first risvc-avl yL,
lUhed by Section l ArKs
Charter, shall begin ei|
of November and shall .
day of October of each i_
Saotfaii i rights orl
AND EMPLOVEEI p
Nothing; In this charter,
cept as specifically m
affect or impair th, rktoi
lieges of Officers or Emp| '
City or of any OfHee/Si
Agency existing at Ih, ta__
Charter shall take effect, a]
vision of law in fore, it tail
Charter shall take effect, i
consistent with the proi
Charter In relation to i
pointmenta, ranks, tree
office, promotion. resM
and retirement nghu. cnt]
any other rights or prlvlisj
cers or Kmplo>eea of tail
office. Department or
of.
Sectien J CONTINUsL.
PRESENT OFFICEMt: ill
holding admlnistraiiv, ol
time Oils Charter ukei .
continue In office iM aj
formance of their clutlM I
slon shall have beea a
ance herewith for the I
such duties, or the .In
such office. The powen i
the duties Imposed upos I
Department, or Agency of I
the Laws of tin- SiaU I
Office, Department or .
City be abolished by thuJ
under It* authority, be M
erclsad and discharged lsj
lieparlment or Agency I
the Council unless oti
herein
action 4. STATUS OF I
AND EMPLOYEES MOWL
TIONS WHEN CMAHTiy
EFFECT: Any perm.n sT
office or po.lllon in tael
Service of the City when 01
takes affect who shall tanj
such position for st kssM
of three months, shall
without preliminary er '
and shall thereafter be i
respecta to the pro\1k1
Charter, tttber persons llj
service at the time this (IT
effect shall be regardlai i
their positions under lbs!
appointments.
Section 6. TRANSFER
OROS AND PROPERTY:
property and equipment '
of any O/flce. Ipartmentl
or part thereof, all tbe R
duties which sre asilgned *J
office. Department or Apsi,
Charter, shall be tr.'nf'J
llvered to the Office. I*!*"
Agency to which such i'
ties are so assigned. If r
powers and duties of
part men l or Agency
are. by this Charter,
other Office. Department aj
all records, property > "7
reiatUag eacsssively l"'r'"J
transferred and delivered"^
Department or Agency w
powers and duties are so '
Sectien a. C 0 N T I MH
OFFICES, DEPARTMENTil
ENCIES: Any i >ffice, Ueas.
Agency provided fur ln JJU
with a name, or with now-
tles the same or ".
same as those of an OfWJl
ment or Agency hereiofaaj
hall be deemed to be
of such Office, I>. i>artmen
and shall eaerclse its doJM
ties In continuation <> by the Office. I>epartmais
by which the same wsr.
exercised and shall ""
continue any business, pe-
other matter within 'J*.
regular powers and duties
by any Office. I>ei"r,"J.V
by which such iwwers sas.
heretofore exercised **{*}
any Law. Rule, ItegiiWWJJ
drant or any other oojr
la. to such a formerly
Department or ,Agency
as Is not inwnylstent 1"^
slons of this barter, sspy
office. apar,m'n1,.hrrt,r
AND
PU
Into by the City, "'^t
prior to the taking 'f'*cL5 \
ter, shkll continue inif" j
effect Public lmprov"^J.
legislative steps ny "Isst!
d7r law or Carter pryviwj
at Ihe time this I ^'^.k-r
may be carrle.lt- [""^M
ly as practicable UJJ'T
the provtaten. ofamn
ass* charter PJ'vl**,J?,UwJ
pie. as It relates '""7,
waterworks system, aj^,-
"An Act '',^^os7i*
proceeding, civil or em


r. JANUARY 22, 1954
LEGAL N0TIC1
+JmM fhrkilan
PAGE 15 B
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
L, when thl* Charter sruUI
K brought by or against the
r '.< iiiii-o Department or
i^-ol'rr -hereof, -hall b*
|r abated bj ii... adoption t*
IrTer *r by anything herein
I ,n Ml. I. action, or
...,,% ,- RL, the fuactlonn, powers
L,.( itiv office, I>'|iartment
T ,' offlcei parU ii'-'-'"
f ;, ,i,i- Charter, be as-
Kr u.nisferred to another
"Vunrtni- -tit or Agency, but In
C.'.h. name ""' '"' I'msecul-
CfJ'.i.-.l by the head of the
fiUaitiiieiit or Agency in
], n.n lions, powera ami du-
t l.,. ,,i lgn< i or transferred
|dei Ul I Charter.
article xiii
Apartment of law
,-ll'V ATTORNEY; AP-
POINTMENT
,1TY \TTORNEY:
yiAl.lKICATIONS
cm a rTORNEY; POW.
' i;i;s AM' DUTIES
Mi Si I' \l- JUDGE; A*V.
I'ulNTMENT '
\|IM 'H'AI, JUDGE;
ul VUK1CATION8
\H Nicll'AI. JUDGE:
POWERS AND DUTIES
1. CITY ATTORNEY; AP-
lENT: There shall be a De-
of Lew, '!"* head of which
J the Pit) Attorney, who shall
|ni 2 CITY ATTORNEY;
riCATIONS: The City Attor.
Lualifv foi such noalllon ahall
\ i law. anM a mem-
i la liar in good stand-
3. CITV ATTORNEY;
Kg AND DUTIE8: The, City
shall be the legal adviser
[>f(i.. ~. 0. iiartmenta and Ag-
j,,l ul the officer* and Em-
fuf Ih.- Cltv of North Miami
flallnn to their official pow-
1,1 Hi.- He shall represent the
[all kcal proceeding*. It ahall
[duly to p.-i form all services
to In- position as may be
I b) 'In Statutes, by this char-
by i irdlns D< .
4. MUNCIPAL JUDQE:
ITMENT: There shall bo a
ul Judge, a Imse appointment
made by the Mayor.
I 5. MUNICIPAL JUDGE:
ICATIONS: The Municipal
Hii.ll he a duly licensed and
|iik sttorni \ -ai-law. and a
of the llurlda Bar In good
t. MUNICIPAL JUDQE;
AND DUTIES: It ahall be
of The Municipal Judge to
of court, n"t leaa than once
evary week, at such time and In such
place as may he designated by the
Council for the trial or all persona
charged with violation of any of the
ordinances of the City, which trial
shall tie without Jury, and, upon con-
viction of such person or persons, to
impose upon him or them such penalty
aa may be provided by inch Ordi-
nal,. II,- shall have the power to
summon witnesses, Issue warrants of
arrest upon affidavit duly filed, to ad-
minister oaths and to do all other acts
necessary for the performance of his
duty. He shall also have the powt r to
punish for contempt of cowl to the
extent of a fine not exceeding five
hundred (J.'.OO) dollars or Imprison-
ment not exceeding sixty ((Hi) days,
or both such fine and Imprisonment.
Tlie costs of prosecution In said court
shall be the same as are allow. I bj
law In Circuit Court, such costs be-
ing taxed against the person convicted,
and collected b) the. City Clerk, to be
paid over by him to a City Dep,
and placed lo Ihe credit of the Clt) uf
North .Miami I tench.
Section I.
ARTICLE XIV
GENERAL PflOVISIONS
;o:lve,,'l,''
PtiMic-Jvy* df Record
j) U-
sid
LEGAL NOTICE
* 1'uMic.IVy" Of Records
3. Pri soron- rt1l.fe*d
4. Offl flat''muds'
i. Mth 8. Effect -*PthWI Char*** I 1
Kxlsllng fate/ ><* ,,"
7. Amending the charter
8. Bulls and Claims against
the City
9. hepaiabtUtv Clause
Section 1. CONTRACTS EXTEND.
TENDING BEYOND ONE YEAR: No
contract involving? tha payment of
money out of the appropriations <:
more than one year shall be made
for a period of more than five (S)
year*; nor ahall any auch contract be
valid unless mad* or approved by ordi-
nance.
Section 2. PUBLICITY OF RECORDS:
All records and accounts of evci >
Office, Department or Agency of the
City shall be open to Inspection by any
citizen, any representative of a cltl-
sens' organisation, or any represen-
tative of the press, at all reasonable
times and under reasonable regula-
tions established by the Council, ex-
cept records and documents the dis-
closure of which would tend to defeat
the lawful purpose which they are
Intended to accomplish.
Section 3. PERSONAL INTEREST:
No member of the Council nr any
Officer or Employee of the City shall
have any financial Interest, direct or
Indirect, or by reason of ownership
of stock In any corporation. In any
contract, or In the sale to tbe City or
to a Contractor supplying the City, of
any land or rights or Interests In any
land, material, supplies or services.
Anv willful violation of this section
shall constitute malfeasance In office,
and any Officer or Employ** of the
Uity lound guuty tuereni shall thereby
forfeit his office or position. Any vio-
lation of this Section with the knowl-
edge, express oi Implied, of the per-
son or corporation contracting with
the City shall render the contract
voldalde by the Mayor or the Council.
Section 4. OFFICIAL BONDS: The
Director of Finance, ii,. Tag CoUao-
lor, mil such ouiei Officers of Dm.
as the Coin,id ma) by gen-
i.it tdinaiM. require go to do,
shall give bond In Mich amount and
with such surely as ma) be approved
b) tiie Council. The premiums on such
bonds shall lie paid b) the City.
lection b. OATH OF OFFICE:
Bvcjrj offi.er of in,, cm snail, be.,
fore entering, upon the duties of his
office, take ,u,.i subscribe to the fol-
lowing oath or affirmation, to be filed
and kept In the office of the ,'m
Clerk:
i solemnly swear (or affirm) that
1 "ill support the Constitution and
Will obey the Laws ot ll,.. United
States, and of the State of Flor-
ida: that 1 will. In all respects, ob-
serve the provisions of Hi,- Charter
and (Ordinances uf ihe city of
.Nurtli Miami r.savh. and will
faithful!) discharge, the duties of
.',.*>*?'-fo-f Hoc of ..:._.-.. ,nr,r.. '
ihSeegton 6, EFFE4W. .OKI,,, THIS
OrtAarT-ER ON &X 1ST INC LAW t .
iltNsU Ail'laws and pails of Iwi relat-
ing -In. or affecting the Cits, of North
Miami Beach in force when this Char-
ter shall take effect, are hereby re-
pealed and superseded to the extent
that the same are inconsistent with
the provisions uf this Charter;
(b) Insofar as the uriivlsleA* of this
Charter ate tl,<. .same In t,vi?t|- or in
substance and effect as the provi-
sions of the law in force when this
Charter (hall take effect, relating to
Miami
a charter Amendment to the electore
shall provide that such Amendment
be sul.milted at the next regular mu-
nicipal election. If one shall occur
not leas than sixty (v>, nor more
than one hundred twenty 1120) days
after the passage of the Ordinance.
otherwise, it shall provide for the sub-
>n of ihe Amendment at a spe-
cial election to be called and held with-
in the time aforeaald. Mot less than
thirty (3d) days pilot to such election
Clerk shall mall a oou) of the
propose. A lllelidlllelil lo each el.rl.tr
whose name appeals upon the regis-
tration Lsioks oi the lust regular mu-
nicipal or general election, if a pro-
posed ., MieiHiiiitfii, he approved by a
majority of the electors voting there-
on, it shall heroine a part of the
Charter at the time fixed therein.
Section 8. SUITS AND CLAIMS
AGAINST THE CITY: No suit shall
be maintained aa-uinst the City for
damages arising out of a fiiilui. i..
keep in proper condition any side-
walk, pavement, viaduct. bridge,
treeti "i otnei public place, a for
an) tort, unless it shall be made to
appear that the damage alleged la
attributable to negligence 'if the city,
and i'.at written noiic, of such dam-
age was, within thirty (30) days after
the leclvingof ttjaV,.injury alleged,
' .rip > u ith such
as to the time
as would en-
or affecting the City of North
Beach, the provision* of thia Charter
are intended to he not a new enact-
ment, but a continuation of such pro-
vision* of law, and this Charter shall
be so construed and applied.
Seetlan 7. AMENDING THE CHAR-
TER: Amendments to this Charter
may be framed and submitted to the
electors of the City by a Charter Com-
mission In the manner provided by
law for framing and submitting a new
Charter. Amendments may also be
proposed and submitted by Ordinance
passed by a vote of the majority of
the members of the City Council, or
by a petition signed by not leas than
ten par centum (10%) of tbe quali-
fied electors of the City, setting forth
any proposed amendments and filed
with the City Clerk In accordance with
the provisions of Section 9 of Article
IX of this Charter, whereupon the
Council shall forthwith provide by
ordinance for submitting such pro-
posed amendment to viite of tbe elec-
tors Anv Ordinance for suhmlttlnr
LEGAL NOTICE
l v.n to the }v
reasonable JAVffcili
*, ,.i 111 v estteate
verdict shall in
and place a
aTJe ibV'cio.'ntff
the mallei .mil i
any sultf^e given |or an amount e\-
ceedlng cumpeiisateeli damages to the
til.in,tilt directly SMiplcable to such
legligence on the part of the City,
and contributory negligence on the
part of the plaintiff, ahall defeat all
re. .nery against the, City. It shall be
the duty of the City Attorney, upon
receiving any such notice, to at onue
Investigate the matter and lay the
facts, supported by the evidence, be-
fore the City Council In a written re-
port, and the CI4y Council shall have
the right, and, upon the written re-
quest of the person Injured, It shall
be the duty of the City Council to
Investigate the matter and It may, by
resolution, make such reasonable set-
tlement of damage as may be agreed
upon between Ihe City Council and the
person so damaged.
No suit ahall be maintained against
the City upon any debt or obligation
or damages arising In any manner
whatsoever unless such suit shall be
begun within one (1) year after de-
fault of such debt or obligation, or
the occurrence of the acts out of
which It is claimed such damages
arose, nor unless within thirty (30)
days after such claim shall arise, there
shall be filed with tbe Clerk of the
City a notice under oath, setting forth
every element of such claim, and at-
taching copies of any documents
which may form the basis of any
claim, hut In no event shall suit be
begun against the City prior to ninety
(90) days after the filing of ench
claims and notice of claim* .with th-
Oily Clerk' or the City Attorney.
Section 9. SEPARABILITY CLAUSE
If any section or part of this Charter
shall be held invalid by a court or
competent Jurisdiction, such holding
shall not affect the remainder of tins
Charter nor the context In whicJi such
section or part of section so held in-
valid may appear, except to the extent
that an ent*je section or part of sec-
tion may be inseparably connected
,,, meaning and effect with the sec-
tion or part of section to which such
holding shall directly apply.
This draft, representing the revised
charter of the City of North Miami
Beach, Florida. Is berebi adopted by
unanimous vote of the duly constituted
City of North Miami Beach Charter
Revision Board on this the 18th day
of December. 19S3.
I%l F. H. Davidson. Chairman
lal wnilam C. Hanford, Member
/s/ Edmund A. Cieelman. Member
1*1 Clyde !' Haas. Member
1*1 Fran.- RoMnaon, .Member
Notice is hereby given that a spe-
cial election will be held in the City of
North Miami Beach, Florida, from 7
o'eloea KM until 7 o'cloen I'M on
Monday, February it, 1954 fur the inn -
siiai.i. TUX PBOP08ED REVISED
CHARTER OF THE city OF NORTH
MIAMI UKACH, KKI'AltKD BY
THE CHAKTKIt RKVISIc >N ItnAKI'
VfllSl'ANT T<> THK STATI'TKK OF
THE STATK OF FLORIDA NOW IN
KXISTKNCK, TO WIT CHAPTER
188 OF THE FMIRIDA STATUTES.
WHICH CHARTER REVISES THE
i-RESENT CHARTER UF TUB CITY
OF NORTH MIAMI REACH AND
PROVIDES FOR THE Jl'RHKMC-
Tit i.N AND POWERS' OF SAID CITV.
IIH APPROVED AND ADOPTED OR
DISAPPROVED AND NOT ADOP-
TED.
APPROVED DISAPPROVED
Jan. 15. 22, 29. Feb. 5. 12, 1954
The registration books of the said
City will remain open for the purpose
of registering any person qualified to
vote at such election at the office of
the City Clerk In the City of North
Miami Beach, Florida, every day
through January 13. 1954. Saturdays,
Sundays and Holidays excepted, dur-
ing the business hours of the City
Hall, which are 9:00 A.M. to 5:04> P.M.
Persona properly registered will be
qualified to vote In said election.
Signed
VIRGINIA MOORE.
City Clerk
Jan. 15, 22, 29. Feb. 5. 12, ISM
JUDGE NORMAN R. LYONS, Attv.
Charter Revision Roard
City of North Miami Reach
LEGAL NOTICE
)TICE TO CREOITORS
COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
*D r*0R DADE COUNTY,
>A. IN PROBATE, No. 31SS7-B
ESTATE OP
I.lAM schkukR. Deceased
Tredltors ami All Persons Hsv-
Juns or Demands Against Said
and each of you, are.hereby
and required to present any
and demands which you, or
of you. may have against the
uf Wll.l.iAM sCIIEltER, de-
li'- nl Dad* County. Florida,
Honorable County Judges of
"in,:., and file the same In
fk'e ti the County Courthouse
i mty, Florida, within eight
ir months from the date of the
ublieation hereof. Said claims
nd to contain the legal ad-
f the l.ilinant and to be sworn
presented us aforesaid, or same
barred.
January Rth. A.D. 1954.
FRED SCIIERKR
As Kx nior of the Last Will
and Testament of
WILUAM SCHERER.
, ,, Deceased.
I* HUMAN ft KAPLAN
*> foi Estate Of
am Sch-rer
29 -
LEGAL NOTICE
IE COUNTY JUDGE'S. COURT
KND FOR DADS' COUNTY,
|IDA. IN PROSMTE. No. 316*SB
ri: of
pt H IIIHIN. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I Creditors and All Persons Hav-
palms or Demands Against Said
anil ench of you, are hereby
W and i.-quired to present any
and demands which you. or
.V.'.'';. n",v h*v against the
yof HENRY S. RCBIN* deceased
"'." '"ounty, Florida, to the
la-, ,*".. '"'ANTON and FRANK
WI.IN,;. cunty Judge* of Dade
>. and nie (, *ame In their of-
71 the i ounty Courthouse In Dade
P. Honda, within eight calendar
fn-tn the date of the first
atl'M. hereof. 8,,pj claims or de-
>'> contain the legal address
claimant and to be sworn to
resen..d .foreaald, or same
If '"'red. See Section 110 of the
pobHte Act.
January 6. A.D. 1954.
r-I.MK c Hi'HIN
A- i:xecutr.lx,ot the'.JU'i't'wnT
?,,'.'.' 'stairSnHof'
low- 'J, lY. s RI'IIIN. Decessed.
Ine "*''>KO ft FRIED
hi.,. ",' N"'"nl Beach. Fla.
gej* fr Kxeautrlx,
I I IllN
fOAncNrZ DOGE'S COURT
FADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Bi'-A1*.'!. Deceased
rVPPLirAl-?.T,eNT,ON TO MAKE
Tft-i- DISCHARGE
I iju.i?. ,,|'wl n "v.w Ad.nlnlVfratrlx of
fc 'M HERO, deceased:
II Pi 'i1,' Wh > "I February.
liK| | ft,? he Honorable
".'kH*a County Judge
|itl fln.i l'lor'<'a. for approval
I* a. A, ,'";' ""* for ''"' '-
7th a.,. .4- deceased.
L U-^J^""*^ lM-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. ItoSM
JOHN BEREY. Plaintiff,
AUOC8TA FRANCES BERET,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: AUGUSTA FRANCES BEREY
S28 South Lexington Avenue
White Plains. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
HENRY M. CAIN. 1518 W. Flagler
st Miami. Florida, and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading In the office
of the Clerk of the circuit Couit on
or before the 15th day of February'.
lies. If you fall to do so. Judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
(This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI-ORIDIAN.)
DONE AND ORDERED st Miami.
Florida, this 8th day of January, A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade Count v. Florida.
Br M. C. ORKr-N,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
ZS1I West Flagler St.. Miami. Florida
1/15-22-28 t/
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BEAUTY NICHE BEAUTY 8AIX)N.
at 1200 N. W. 7th Street. Intend to
register eald name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
ZELLE PEPPER
HELEN FARRIS
(Sole Owners)
1/1-8-15-22
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
ns awes
RE: ESTATE OF. _
IXJUIS N. SMITH, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
.. yr- DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of tne
estate of MH'IS N SMITH, deceased:
an.l thai on the 2th day of January.
1864, will apply to the HonnrnbleW.
F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade
Countv, Florida, for approval of smlg
final report and for final discharge
as Executrix of the estate of LOUIS
N SMITH. Decease!*.
This i&JSfrj* feSfi!r?8BrH
HUTNER HUTNER, Kaqs.
ith Floor Olympla Building
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Executrix
1.1---1S-M ._
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUB
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (11VKN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the flc'ous "{"' '.S
HOBO LOUNGE AND W'
SHOP, at 7801 Blscayne Bou evard
Intend, to register said name with th*
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Deo*
County. Florida. QAR8AM CORP.
,MAC MKRMELL
uey for ApgUcaut
1404 Blscayne Blag.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
KNOW AM. MEN BY
THESE PRESENTS:
That WILLIAM F HULL doing
business as HULLS NURSERY. 911W
N.W. 23rd Avenue, Miami. Florida,
Intends to register said name,
HULL'S NURSERY, with the Clerk
of the Dade County, Florida, Circuit
Court pursuant to the Fictitious
Name Statute of Florida.
WILLIAM F. HULL, sole owner
SHELDON DCBI.ER. Atty.
Security Bldg., Miami, Fla.
1/1-8-15-22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1*6171
DOROTHY R. HUOHES. Plaintiff
-against-
JOHN H. HUOHES. Defendant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
YOU. JOHN H. HUOHES.ihesldence
unknown, are hereby notified that a
Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you, as* you are
required to serve a copy of-**our Ana-
er or Pleading" to the Bfllvof Com-
Klalnt on the plaintiff* .attorney,
[AX R. SILVER, SUIS Se; bold Build-
ing, Miami, Florida, and Xllevthe orig-
inal Answer or Pleading m the of-
flee pi the Clerk of the Circuit Court
oa or before the 1st day of February.
1854. If you fail to do ao. Judgment
by dafauft will he taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Bill
of Comnlalnt.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 30th day of December,
la**'.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By M. C. GREEN.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff
822 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida
1/1-8-15-2J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 166211
DAIST MAY COON, Plaintiff
ve.
RICHARD COON. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: RICHARD COON
8 School Street
Glena Falls, New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce ha* been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or pleading to said Bill on plaintiff's
attorney, OER8HON S MILLER. 420
Lincoln Road. Miami Reach, Fla.. and
file the original with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 8th
day of February. 1954. otherwise the
Hill of Complaint will be taken as
confessed by you. __
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 4th
dav of January, 1864.
K It LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By: R. H RICE, JR.
(Sean Deputy Clerk
i/-it-2j;-2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
.business under the fictitious name of
rKNOX DISTRIBUTORS, at 1MI 8.W
28th Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends
to register .said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SERVICE CONFECTION. INC.
sole owner
I'ALLOT. SILVER A MULLOT
Attorneys for Service Confection, Inc.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
NO. 164093-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
ALFRED ItnY BERNSTEIN,___
a/k,a ALFRED R. BERNSTEIN.
a/k/a A. R. BERNSTEIN,
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you. may have against the
estate of ALFRED ROY HERN
STEIN, a/k/a ALFRED R. BERN-
STEIN, a/k/a A. R. BERNSTEIN,
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the Honorable County Judges
of Dade County, and file the same In
their offices In the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be aworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred.
Date December 81. A.D. 1953.
DOROTHY BERNSTEIN
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of
ALFRED RoY BERNSTEIN
a/k/a ALFRED R. BERNSTEIN
a/k/a A. B. BERNSTEIN.
Deceased.
SIIEINER SPIELER
304 Roper Building, Miami, Fla.
Attorneys for Executrix
1/8-15-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY. No. 166413
RUTH COLAVITO. Plaintiff.
vs.
DOMONICK D. COLAVITO.
Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: DOMONICK D. COLAVITO
1642 West 1st Street
Brooklyn, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are hereby required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on Plaintiffs attorney, and file
the original Answer In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or
before the 15th day of February, 1954;
otherwise, the allegations of the said
BUI of Complaint will be taken as con-
fessed against you.
Dated thle 11th day of January*. '951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hv It. 11 Hlt'E, JR.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk (Seal)
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Ixmcoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla.
1/15-12-29 1/6
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 26752
RE: ESTATE ti-
ll HUMAN ULIOKSRERO. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE'Is hereby given that I have
filed my final >ej>ort and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of HERMAN Ul.lCKSIiEKii.
deceased: and that on the loth day
of February, 19'.4, I will apply to the
Honorable W, F. BLANTON. County
Judge of Dade Osunty. Florida, 'or
approval of said final report and for
final discharge a* Executrix of the
Estate of HERMAN GLICKSBERG.
deceased.
This 30th day of December, 1953.
BLANCHE C.l.K'KSUERG
KOVNER A MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Executrix
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
VVHEEL INN RESTAURANT at 4S8
W. Flagler Street. Intend to register
saiil name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
D1MOS AiiAPIToS
(ARMELLA AGAPITOS
MANUEL LUBEL
Attorney for Applicants
C23 W. Flagler Street
1/15-22-29 2/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE
AHENCY, at 1212.1 Blscayne Blvd.. N.
Miami. Fla., Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
S. ARM1STEAD JONES
DWIGHT I. MILLAR, JR.
VONZAMFT A KRAVITZ
Attorneys for Applicants
1512 Security Building
I 1.-22-29 2/5_____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslneae under the fictitious name of
BEACHCOMBER UTS., at 33 86th
Street, -Miami Beach, Intends to reg-
ister said name with (he Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
CARLYLE HARDENS, INC.
i IWNER
I. R. MAYERS
Attorney for Applicant
1405 Congress Bldg.
1/15-22-2* 2/5

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE8" COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA: IN PROBATE. No. 317*3-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
SARAH BERNSTEIN. Decessed
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of SARAH BERNSTEIN, de-
ceased late of New York County, New
York, to the Honorable County Judg-
es of Dade County, and file the same
In their offices In the County Court-
house In Dade County. Florida, with-
in eight calendar months fram the
date of the first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented a* afore-
said, or same will be barred.
Date December 29, A.D. 1953.
MILTON BERNSTEIN
Aa Ancillary Administrator of
the Estate of
SARAH BER STEIN,
Deceased.
KOVNER A MANNHEIM BR
Attorneys for Ancillary Administrator
I/1-8-T5-22__________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
rTOTfOE IB HEREBY GIVEN trt
the undersigned, desiring to engage 1n
business under the fictitious name of
HEINBRO CO., at 100 N.E. 39th St .
Intend to register said name with tbe
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. '
LEO HE1NHARD
SEYMOUR REINHARD
HAROLD REINHARD
HENRY REINHARD
NORMAN REINHARD 1
HERMAN M. BERK
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Rd.


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J21DAYJANU-
600 Persons Attend Hebrew Academy
Function; Pledge Building Program Aid
Miami of our people shows thai H h
planslhe^n !>.. ^.demies and -yna -''(ii|^.|,.,H,.. iini, baartl to
expan- gogues which have fwd ana Academy of the hi-
l sixth u^nioned our my of We. enab- ;'< Initiate the pl-rii
pie's fumt.-. there cm he onl) ona
answer and lhat ii the Hebrew
i d and
lift
Dr todroa calledn lboa r" '
f ivwiv ina* %a 3 3 ,.,., not let th* nittht pa
Official, of the Greatr Miami, of our people shorn met u na committing yourselves In
Hebrew Academy mapped plans be*n the ^.demies
this week for their year of e .
don following a successful sixth nanioned our way (''"" nontdeUy InlUate the plena
annual dinner at the Di Lido Ho- ling us to survive in the face ol
,el. Sales of dinner ticket* and persecution and affliction ^ ^^
journal advertisements mounted Mayor Harold Shapiro, honor sunervision of the
to the S40.000 mark with some 600 arv chaiman. served as toastmaster "^"/yjL.j v.,..J llakashruth.
persons attending the SlOOa-cou 0f the dinner. Mrs. Jennie Gros I'^'V lh f Kickovskv di-
pie function. singer and B. I Binder wxhair JJ*' *> l~ K.icknv.sk>,
In addition, several leaders of men. thanked their large comma u'l:''J extended by
the Academy me. shortly before | tees for making what they termed <<'- ^ |H,,n(.
the program and pledged more "the most cceful dinner in ^ .-ha.nnan of the
than S50.000 towards the proposed Academy history. Charles Frucht- '-.n- ^
new building for the Miami Beach man. co-chairman, was unable to x,cuu" .... Kllhiniiv....
school No solicitation, were made attend because ... .he Line- o. h. President. ^*g$
at ,he d,nnor I ""*; R c Women. Herman Eisenberg. execu-
Rabbi Irving Lehrm:m. the eve- Dr. David S. Andron. presidenl |ye (1lI|.(,tlPr and Rabbl Alexander
ning's principal speaker, said that of the Academy, sent a n s ( ni ^ pnni.,pj,i
the American Jewish community, which said in part: The Academy ^ h n| n, ()f t|a, function was
now entering its 300th year in the program presents to us and to the ^ >a| ^^ CJinUU f(lln.
United States, accepts the chal- world the .Mini dimensioniin edu g Hjb|)l Qn^ M(|n, ||wn
lenge to build." The spiritual, ration, in life and lU fillfil men g ^ ,|U(,,.ts t.nac,t,d thc
leader of the Miami Beach Jewish To those who have struggled with; d Un,, thl. ,,,,,ulh f Ih(.
Center asserted that "the history|the tangled problem of our P<'" M.|locll ,K.K,nnin>. wjth
eight kindergarten pupils in 1947
______ -- ----- pjj lo a capacity enrollment of 252
: itudeerti toda]
Mrs Miriam Dnnnerstag. musi
r..l director of the Academy, and
Mr- Gershon Miller, dramatics di-
r, produced the play with
, Gross
Rabbi Mi M< i helofi gave the
ition Rabbi Rackovsk) said
and Rabbi Mayer Abramo
v.,i/ |ave the '" a liction.
The new Academy, which will be
located somewhere In Miami
| Beach, will have facilities for some
500 students
Local Civic Leaders Assume Prt
Spots in Heart Fund Campaign F
Two local civic leaders this week
assumed prominent roles in the
current plans fur Heart Sunday on
1 chruary 14th.
Mrs Aiix-rt Bernard, of Miami
Beach, was named co-chairman,
representing one of the sponsors,' Fund campaign thu
hour period on the
Sunday, February 14^
donations to the 19541
Former Gov. FulU.
general chairman ,
Greater Miami Heart Association.
Dave Emmer. of Miami, also a co-
chairman, is representative of an-
other sponsor. National Children's
Cardiac Hospital.
Emmer formerly served as presi-
dent of Miami Beach Civic League.
As one of the two original direc-
tors of (he Cardiac Hospital, he
has made a hobby of spending
much time in its behalf. The Cajr-
diac Hospital and other hospitals
in the area will share in the re-
search funds to be raised in the
February 14th roundup.
This week, a group of telephone
workers canvassed intensively
throughout Greater Miami to re
eruit volunteer block workers to
visit their neighbors during a four-
ber of active commit
being created to ^
Month solicitations |R 1
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Results of the successful Hebrew Academy dinner at the Di
Lido Hotel are checked by officials of the school's sixth annual
SlOO-a-couple dinner. They are (left to right) Lewis M. Escott,
vice president; Rabbi Irving Lehrman, principal speaker;
Mayor Harold Shapiro, honorary chairman and toastmaster;
and Harry Genet, chairman of the Executive Committee and
acting president.
Toynbee is Discussed
The Beth l.l Radio Hour over
n VYMIE, Friday from 4 to
4:30 p.m.. will present Rabbi
Shmaryahu T. Swirsky in an ad-
dress on Capsules 01 History, He
will analyze Professor Toynbee's
thesis of rising and capitulating
cultures
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[NUARY 22. 1984 *Jmistinbr*Hatr? PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICE |„„. C |ty of North Miami l t<> pay or make reaK-loiul I.T future pay,„i,i,. thereby causing loyar or scan•rtie* generally; ., ,,l iiin.,i 'I, "i aloolltlca! Influepce In „I,,II, leaves of abl.f,,change In pay. L.ii.uier o( work, or rei.,iii.ui<'n grade; or i,,i or in any nuinner ned In assessing. ", ..Meeting any money ,. c i or employee in the %  he City ot North Miami Jl, u .i post of making a %  bliulion I* made with thi pEectatlon of receiving a itmenl thaa la ac|„iii, onsen*; or btentlonally falsified a oi failed to report abdut> 10 superior*, or, ill,.> to, Til. It is found that I,.,, made a false state appllcatlon for employ.n nbaenl from dut> ha* hilled to rek after the leave of abi after aald in n dlsspproviii. .lied. If aalo %  %  T. port I* exnut) be ille. I .-instate, .IT mil. -.%  I. filled from in which case ma) remain and name be pine." reglater In the |: i. inatatamant; LEGAL NOTICE mis suner,.iii|ilo)eea, crltlclxand policies, and fere* with the | .f .'ini'loyeeM and effic ni y of the public i surety bond i|iialifi. kUOB • ,| |... 1 talned In any \ hall Interfere wltb and dm m the Mayor. pad. I 'hief* of Po• or a cltl. alnal any emk a Inch he conI |l to Board: When any the Classified .VHUT hi en statue, %  ... Ii it, reiluced In I Lppeale to the made In I i day* from notice of misael. and It the next ilai meeting hi ..! such Apite -hall detert' mplianc* with fifteen 11 ".I day* nlslna Hie dla. ...Iniliiistra% all timea to i bete • %  • IT the Rh .Ii make It* writing to the .'. BO shall %  nit, i. \ %  nar) action of Ml procetdlng: Written the Board b ... I i I i he De..ii. I pi edlng* pattble lice The I i. i b] legal kr o( Proof: The Board will, lo such pi nil s|M>clf|eaiii her, The Idenoe upon US US filed %  ..f the De.111. TI.IMI.III of %  hai gei or spenil I" ..-l.lelj.il by the \,. I I oof shall be aa fol' Hie Department „ "' hi evidence In 1 Ap|i aupp fla. I I. H .I. "i shall then pro• n. as he may wish defenet. The Director '" %  ni may offer rebut"I I he Hoard at It* • 'i arguments. i xIdenoe ahull I he rules applied by Rules and Regui l of the Departnted by the City ounael The ap• %  ni, ,t b) after due '. nder Its i. Ins t" the Appals •tion before Appeal: The 1 niplm • %  susink, or ,1 n Hi.par) ..f the I IT n .1 a wlthni.l I ha separ. II i the x "l of the illsmls|. "/'u In • of the • that rawn Pursuant to "" • ol Article V ^ •.Pert... ,. AoM P! ;h„l| f,|| ,„ M ,,. ,' f-r the hearing. fcr. the evllane. I Ii ol"7 ,. ,hrr, "' n "'" if* thi r*J iM h n f r,n I "ailment head and f v emiOoli!" l or "-••oaoint. who l. dlamlaaed 'delinquency, or who shall be disqualified from taking am examination for at leaat two (2, year> thereafter, unless in the judgment oi the Hoard the aald charge* will noi affect the employee's usefulness It. some other occupation. (9) Physical Incapacitation: When an employee becomes phyBlcally in capacitated for the performance of tin dutlea of a position, the Director oi the Department may, at the request of aald employee and with the eonaenl of the Board, transfer aald emploje. to a vacant i-.sitlou in the an me or a lower level within the employee* capabilities. flO) Reduction In Pay or Position. Hearing* on appeal from employees, re.lined In pay or position, laid off, or suspended by the Department head' shall be conducted generally in the same manner aa heatings on appeal from order* of dlacharge. (ID Dismissal of Probationary Employee In an Entrance Position. Whenever It becomes necessary foi the Director of a Department to recommend dismissal of a probation ary employee In an entrance position. a repoi t of the charges together with the proceedings of the hearing helo before the aald Director; shall be forwarded to the Board for filing with the service record of aald emph (12) Resignation: Any employee ln : the classified service who desires to resign shall do so In writing to th. head of the Department In which he or she is employed. The Department head shall thereupon report such resignation to the Civil Service Board An employee who resigns, relinquishes ill rights recognised under Civil s.-i \ ice status. The Civil Service Board shall also have the right to remove oi reduci m> official or employee in the iMassli.ii Service UIH,H writ ton charge* o misconduct preferred by gnj cltlaen, but only after reasonable notice to the accused and full hearing. It ,e tlw duty of the Board to fix a minimum standard of conduct ami I I ficiem > for each grade in the service tad whenever it shall appear from the OpOrtS of effl*iell-\ in.ole T.. Hoard for a period of three months that the coinhu i and efficient y of any •iii|,|o\. ll.-n below thli minimum, that employee shall be called oetore the Board lo show canai .* n tie should not be removed, and If, .ipnn hearing, no reason is shown satisfactory to the Board, In* shall be raniovod, euapondad or r.-.ii. jrade. a* the Hoard shnll determine. Section t. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD: STATUS OP PRESENT EMPLOYEES IN CLASSIFIED SERVICE: All persons In the employ of the City holding positions In the Classified s. rvi. .• at the time this Charter takes effect, shall, unless their |>oltlon he abolished, retain same until discharged, reduced, promoted, or transferred, n accordance herewith. Section t. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD: CONDITIONS FOR PAYMENT OF SALARIES IN CLASSIFIED SERV. ICE: That the Treaaurer or other public disbursing officer shall not pa) my salary or compensation foi service to any person holding a position In the Classified Service unless the payroll or account for such salary or compensation shall bear the certificate of the Board, or Us secretary that the perm.nnun.-.I therein have been appointed or employed and aie performing* service In accordance with the provision* of this Charter and of the rulepromulgated by the Board Section 10. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD; POWERS OF SUBPOENA; OATHS, PRODUCTION OF RECORDS: in any Investigation conductad b) the Board It shall hive the power to sulip.it na and require the ati. nd mce of and the production Hotel.\ uf i ks and p* i ienl to %  lo: I to administer oathto %  Section 11. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD; PROHIBITIONS; PENALTIES: No person In the Classified shall be appointed, criminal • opinion, or afflllationi N ,. ,.f •!,. %  aUy or or receive or be In any manni r conci rned In i iii.n, ..I .. nti ihutlon for any i> purpos* whatever No person, holding a position In the CI isslfli I shall 11 in political n ment or affairor in political campaigns further than to cast his vote or express privately his opinion. Section 12 CIVIL SERVICE BOARD; VIOLATIONS OF PROVISIONS: PENALTIES: The Civil Service Hoard subject to the approval of the Council shall determine the fienalti.-s for the violation of the provision* of thia Art. and the rules promulsat.d therellTi.lel _...„.. Section 13. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD: SALARIES OF .CIVIL SERVICE BOARD AND ITS EMPLOYEES: The salaries of the i Ivi Service Board and Its employee* shall he determined i.v the Council ""i • sufficient sum shall be approi saoh venr to carry out the provisions of this Act. .__.,.*..Section 14 CIVIL E"V £E BOARD: PENSIONS AND PFTIRE" MFNT PLAN: RELIFF FUND: INSURANCE PLAN: ACCFPTANCF OSMONEY OR PROPERTY FIR SUCH FUND: ADMINISTRATION OF F Vr -The CltCnon-il -'ell estab,ns In II I I may mal i puonc OTT sin h tel m gnjt maa It I ",,' make mnnirement. In> ,,f .nrh fund or f"""" „ .. ,,.i M ,.( Insursnc* with anv Insnmnee i '''.".' ^art b'-slness In the Mi-. Insnrine Itemployees or nnv class of --• in-iii-iecroverln*. the life health or MHdral Iss"anre or nnv two oi r '"'" ctaansa "f Ises i sa n s* and may eon*rset with an eomtonv rranMne ;••""'''•• art t ms lnesa wUMi the State forth* ...n.lonlnof su-H "'"''•-" "J B "J. laoaa thereof: and ">"• and an snch ...ir..e. ^ZJHS^SSSH out of It. treasury anv mone. n e F .rv to nay nrsmtanv; or harjes, in ClA.nl I., the rsrrvjng on of au. h ^'"Th"; C.rv'co'imcl. .haU a-b-jlj ,„ f ,he emplovee. In "''"! [$ establish a_fiina; LEGAL NOTICE uS firmiSJl tfL ** % %  %  ,h employee* In tne Llaasliled Service b> a inaiorli, w.ie consent i„ the establishing of a pension fund, then a, nh ,,, ,,," %  •vc,„. w,|| ,,,e CM, Couicll luau.: urate such a pension fund. Section 15. CIVIL SERVICE 8 OARD ? AY PLAN: Th "'<" % %  •>''". prepartHl by the Civil Service lloaro .. standard fOheduie Of pay for each position In Classified Service, and subinilted for approval i„ the City Coun SS ^ n, J MU,h l la *' n t*he effect when adopted by the Council by a %  najorHy vote The Pa) Plan adopter i the Council *hall include the minimum and maximum and such intermediate rates as may be deemed de 'liable for such class of position Amendment to Pay Schedules may be idopted by the Council from time t. '!i ln f.' "I" ,n recommenilatlon of thi ivll Service Hoard. In Increasing oi lecreaalng each In the Cltv lludget ihe Mayor or City Council, or either ',,". not '"crease or decrease any Individual salary Item, but shall aci •lolely with respect to class of posl lion as establishe.l In the Classifle" and Pay Plan In no event shall tin Conaoil reduce the salary of a cliist below the minimum, or raise It above the maximum estahllahed by the Pay •'bin, except by amendment of thi l"ay Plan. Section 1s. PRIORITY RATINGS FOR VETERANS: There shall be prescribed In the rules and regulations the provision thai Veterans of th, Military BsTVleM of the I'nited States .f Ameriia shall have added to their grades ten (10) points in any competitive examinations for the purpose of seniority rating. Section 17. DEPARTMENT HEADS: CIVIL SERVICE STATUS: Am per -on or persons holding Civil S. r\ ci ratings, having been appointed to the Unclassified Borvlce, aucn sa Chlof oi Police j. Director of Finance; Suriily I:. .1 B. Director of Finance; Powers a nd I miles 7. Work piograma; Allotments 8. Allotments constitute basis of expenditure* and are subject to Revision 9. Transfers of appropriations 10. Accounting Supervision and Control 11. When contracts imd expenditurepn.hlbited 12. Amiroiiriations lapse at end of year 11. Fees shnll be paid to City loivei %  >in.-uI 14. Division of Pnrcha-es 15. Competitive Holding 16. Contracts for City Improvement* 17. Accounting Control of Pur. I, lg. No Contract executed until ltoml I iiTllnaner effective 19. Bmergi nc) Appropriation* 20. Borrowing to meet I 21. Borrowing in nntli of Property T. J2. Borrowing In Anticipation of o< nu* iiiic prior i.. Hal irltv 24. Bale of .\ I ..it of s ]\i \ lllellt Of N Section 1. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE: ACTIVATION: through 6 of thi\ hall %  T until such lime ai Usaf are activated b) the majorit) rote at the City Council, and proved by the and until such tlm. a. these Sections nre activated, the Uayi '. Council, acting In conjunction with each other, shill effl the provisions of this Article. Section 2. DIRECTOR OF FINANCE: APPOINTMENT: There shall 1Ma Department of Finance, the head 'if which shall b* the I Mi. tor" of Finance ami who shall be, or be appointed by the Mavor. Section S. DIRECTOR OF FINANCE: QUALIFICATIONS: The Director of Finance shall have knowledge of municipal accounting and taxation and shall have had experience in budgeting anil financial control Section 4. DIRECTOR OF FINANCE: SALARY: The Director or Finance shall receive an annual salary of (fixed lo Council) which amount may be changed bj Ordinance. Section 5. DIRECTOR OF FlNANCE: SURETY BOND: The Director of Fin'me shall provide a bond with such surety and in such amount as the Council maj raqulra by 0rdl "'Section •. DIRECTOR OF FINANCE; POWERS AND DUTIES: The Director of hi shall nave charge of ih.administration of the riniiiu l •! affair* of the city and to thai end i" shall have the sul i to i 'ompile the curr< nt i lor the budget fOI Hi.' inalcs for II '"'" i.if,,i T all m inies and have l TI'II.I that ho 1,11 maintain anting ,,f Its offli books f"i and exerflnanclal h id %  lai control over each offli iinent and agency: keep *i .ounts for the Item* of lopioprlatlon contained in the City Budget, each <>f which accounts shall *hoW the amount of the appropriation, and the unencumbered balancerequire reports of receipts and disbursements from each receiving nnd spending agonc) ,.f the City flovernment to l> made daily or at such intervals aa he may deem • xpedlenl Submit to the Council tnrough Mvor a mnnthlv statement of all receipts and disbursement* In sufficient detsii to show the exact financial condition of the City LEGAL NOTICE the end of each fiscal year, a complete financial statement and repor (g) Supervise and bo responsible for the assessment of all properly within tne corporate limits of th. city for taxation, make all specla. assessments lor the City Government, prepare tax maps and givt sin n notice of taxes and special assessments as may be required b> law. th) Collect all taxes, special assessment*, license fees, and oth.i revenues of tne City or for whosi collection the City is responsible anc receive all money receivable by th. City from the Slate or federal Uov-, einnieiits. or from any Court, oi from any Office, Department oi Agency of the City. ,r lawiuily ericuinuereii. Section 13. FEES SHALL BE PAID TO CITY GOVfcRNMENT: All fees received by any officer or employee shall belong to the City Government anu shall be paid uany lo ma O|MHocnt oi I niume. Section 14. DIVISION OF PURCHASES: There snail be established in the Depai'tment of Finance a dlvilon of fu.cnaaes, tne heau of which shall be the City Purchasing Agent. I lie piiicnasing Agent pursuant to rules and regulations established by Ordinance, shall contract for, purchase, store and distribute ail supplies, materials and equipment required by any Qfflce. Department or Agency of tne City Government. Tne Fun basing Agent shall a.so have power and shall be required to: l-.stablu.il a.ni t-nioice specifications with respect to supplies, materials and equipment required by lll Clt> OUU. .....tilt. (b) inspect or supervise the Inspection of all deliveries ot auppilea, materials anu <- ;• %  recurring require%  nil. -,|,i opi I.i in,u in I i„ h) %  i solution adopted In t|... • votes of at H %  fifths i i i) of the nu" nbeis of the Council, and shall b. -mly upon recouinien'lat inn ."f the Its of all emergency ropriatlons made in gay bud shall not exceed three per eonturn (M ) of the total operating appropriations made In the budget for thai ri Section 20. BORROWING TO MEET EMERGENCY APPROPRIATIONS: In the ali-.ii f unappropriated available revenues to meet emergency appropT i i! ,..!iunder the provisions of Sect I, the Council may. by citli.n, authupise the Issuance of notes, ,-ach of which shall be designated % %  Rmergency Note", and may be renewed from time to time, but all such noteof any fiscal year and any renewals thereof shall be paid not tatal than Hie last day of the fiscal year nevi ding the budysar In which the emergency apprlatlon wns made Section 81. BORROWING IN AN. TICIPATION OF PROPERTY TAX. ES: In am budget year, In anticipation of the collection Sf the pio,.. a h.-iher levied or ii., tha C luncll may. b) eaolu! on, ie ..f mosisy by th,issuance of ll of Tax An' % % %  ." i Ruch T. %  e.l ing %  uibe • ms to !'" not %  i hut togi iher with .ii' in.. T ire and II -1 of the third f|sar in contract a-hlch by Its terms involves llture of ni %  of the uni ited tor i a* I ra ni ral cation %  xpehdll urt -. pu thiCharter Anv contract verbal oi written, made In violation of this Charier shall ba null ami void. Any Officer or Employee of the Clt) who shall Violate this Section shall be guilty of H misdemeanor, and, upon com lotion thereof, shall cease to hi.hi his office or employment. Nothing In lion contained, h • • Improvements to be III in whole or In part by the Issuance of h..nds. nor the making of contracts of lea-e. or for services f.u a period ing the budget year In which ontract Is made, when such contract is permitted in Section 12. APPROPRIATIONS LAPSE AT END OF YEAR: All ap which the orirlnal notes shall have been Issued. T ml of the tag • Iglnalt) issued in iv I Ii n t e\'oeed fifty .nium i %  "' i of the %  mount of the nrnpartv tax levied in that year i hi renewal of tax antli f any given f: year, the a-iirni I -ni'wed In the next eding fiscal vear shall not exceed twenty per centum (;'>•*> of the amount nrlrlnallv Issued, and the i mount renewed In the second fiscal venr succeeding the year of levy shall not exceed four oer centum (4%) of the a rv o'ini orlvln-Hlv issued. Seetion 99. BORROWING IN ANTiriPATION OF OTHER REVENUES,: 'n "iv h'"tri vear, In anticipation of the collection or receipt of other revenues of that bnds-et year, the Council may, bv resolution, authorise the borrowing of money by



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,y TA NUARY 22. 1954 *Jm1s*ntr*Mon PAGE 11 A Kusevitsky to Appear at Beach iter Sisterhood Concert February 17 Maimed as one of the world's concert voices, Mocbe Kukjwill appear in Miami „n Wednesday evening, reb17th. sponsored by the Sister| 0 f the Miami Beach Jewish •vitsky's concert will be held Center at Washington Avend l"th Street. nor reputedly in the great ion of Caruso, Kusevitsky beinternationally known as the w Cantor when he was selectjplace the famed, aging Sirm a congress of 200 conts. lowing a debut in Paris, his through Holland, England, tnited States and Canada drew ity audiences. His programs |e authentic cantorial chants, and Israel folk-songs and tic arias. /ne.:!ie Hall concerts of his the past three years saw sellendance. Miamians will rer his appearance in Miami la-t winter when he sang banquet of the Greater Miebrew Academy. important musical event for rea has been the annual cusI the Center's active Sisterfor funds dedicated to the nuing growth of the Center's ious School. terhood president is Mrs. JosK Herman. General chairman e Kusevitsky concert is Mrs. Goldberg, assisted by coMrs. Henry M. WaiUkin New ZOA l.roup Holds First Meet The first general meeting of the newly formed North Shore Zionist District was held Thursday at the North Shore Jewish Center. Seymour Liebman, memlstr of National Executive of the ZOA and chairman of the Administrative of the Southeastern Region, addressed the meeting on Israel, The Target Of Arab Intrigue. In charge of setting up the meeting were Sheldon Lelchuck, Jacob Matz, Benjamin Marin, Leon Sol onche, Theodore Nelson, Abraham Selecoff, Oscar Lelchuck, Jacob Mayblum and Max Weiss. RABBI CANTOR TEACHER Nitt personality, fin* speaker, trained Cantor, excellent meskion, %  hit te train chair*, exp**'*"-'*-" Hebrew, Senday School instracter, wishes to change present position. last reference. Rabbi J., Box 2973, Miami 18 hv Mask* ftasaWttky and Mrs. Harry Brick, in charge of tickets, and Mrs. Joseph M. Rose and Mrs. Charles Fruchtman, patrons' co-chairmen. Treasurer is Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg. Additional chairmen are Mrs. Joseph Lipton, reception; Mrs. Samuel Lipton, publicity; Mrs. Harry Rogers, arrangements; Mrs. Nat Hankoff, floral decorations; and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, ushers. letters To The Editor or. The Jewish Floridian: attention has been called to ll.cn Mindlin's criticism of my The Jews, Jesus And Christ, Irecent column. I do not know young man. I assume that he Bung, because only youth has 1 temerity to pronounce judgIts upon subjects with which i only a superficial acquaintAfter a verbose and mistakronception of tolerance, he beon my book, evidently withhaving read it carefully and ectl> lowhere did I say that the difpcea between Judaism and Istianity are hardly great It enough to keep them apart longer. Never did I plead for (amalgamation of the two. I did a> he quotes, "we believe as time goes on, the Jews will reasingly include Jesus among lir great teachers." So said one England's greatest Jewish scholClaude Montefiore; so did Dr. G Hirsch; so did Dr. Kauf|nn Kohler; so did Dr. Hyman deow; so did Dr. Stephen S. e. Mr Mindlin doesn't know the rrat lir,on the subject, he tmidn t have rushed in. What is r* saying, about "fools rushing where angels fear to tread?" klso said that "he was not acceptby his people in his day, nor he accepted by Jews today." kt if the critic had read the book refull> he would have seen that ft passage refers to the acceptof Jesus as the Messiah. He ther says, "the hope there is M such acceptance will be forthning in the future." There Mn't the slightest intimation apyNre in the book, that I have a h* l hat Jesus will ever be acJHed as the Saviour. |That we now accept most of his ^chings is neither, new nor revouonary. Nobody who knows anyMi about the New Testament, ?* doubts that the majority of teachings were taken from the lent, and from some of current teachings such as we M in the Testaments of the %  elve Patriarchs, the Book of JuUee.s and other sayings of the Meter* that preceded him. 1 with a chutzpah that is equalled MJ by the lack of knowledge, the "tic says, the author thereupon tK *eds to tear out a page from proselytiier's primer. The praiure soulfully pressed into p isn hands by missionaries on fowded street corners ... is precisely the literature Dr. Fox fabri cates, to demonstrate the essential similarities in Judaism and Christianity. This is a dangerous practice." Here is a man writing on a subject with total ignorance of the works of authors like those named above, and particularly of the greatest of them all. Prof. J. Klausner, of the Hebrew University at Jerusalem He babbles about Jews who do not understand the culture and the tradition from which they derive, and presumably he puts me in that class. I have eben a Rabbi for fortyfive years. I have served on some of the most important committees of the CCAR — I have published innumerable articles on Judaism and Jewish history and have published three authoritative volumes dealing with Judaism, Christianity and Jewish history and have lectured on these subjects in colleges and universities, and Mr. Mindlin tells me that I don't understand Jewish culture and tradition. Then he begins to rave about the sources of the life of Jesus and the historicity (he doesn't use the word) of the New Testament, citing Freud as an authority in the realm of religious interpretation. Freud was the man who wrote a book which he called the Illusion Of Religion He never believed in religion, and practically every one of the first generation of his followers believed that religion was a delusion. Then comes the climax of his misreading of my book. He says that I state that the Jew will ultimately accept the Christian Mes siah. This sentence alone exhibits the depth of the young mans confusion. Not once did I mention that Jews would or should accept Jesus as a Messiah. Innumerable times have I stated that that is just what we would never do. I did say, as did my predecessors in this field, that we Jews ultimately will accept Jesus as one of our teachers. But in the mind of Mr. Mindlin there is apparently no distinction between Jesus as a man and a teacher, and Jesus as the divine Christ —the Messiah, Mr. Mindlin. ends with a very sour unJewish note. He wants us to carry on the grudge against the brutality of the followers of Jesus. This, of eojirso, he can do if he wants to. But I prefer to go the Jewish way and that Mr. Mind lin can find in some versesof the ninetenth chapter of the Book of Leviticus, to which I refer him. Leviticus, DR GEORGE FOX Chest Volunteers Push to Pass Million Dollar Mark Community Chest volunteers, on both business and neighborhood solicitation teams, are pushing hard to pass the $1,000,000 mark at the second report meeting of the doorto-door division in the Biscayne Terrace Hotel on Friday. The 1954 Chest goal is $1,141,000. To date $977,840 has been raised in the 1954 drive. While business divisions have been in the field soliciting since early November, Metropolitan Division workers in the neighborhood areas reached 60 percent of their quota following their first week of work. With a report of $89,049 at their first report, the door-to-door workers have only $60,079 to cover their 1954 goal for the 22 local Red Feather agencies and the I so Division A workers, soliciting gifts through business firms and large individual gifts, have reached 97 percent of quota with total collections of $420,525 on their goal of $433,800. Last week Miami Beach Division A volunteers, led by Samuel Friedland and Dr. Kurt Peiser, hit 72 percent of quota, needing $35,729 in big gifts to reach their $128,000 quota. Three divisions in the big drive are over the top with Miami Public Employees leading the way with 117 percent of goal; Industry Division, Section I, 103 percent; and Miami Beach Public Employees 100.4 percent. John B. Turner, 1954 campaign Chairman, urged workers in all divisions to make a special effort to "roach everyone in Dade County who can give to help the Chest top its minimum goal for the 23 organizations in the single drive." Mrs. F. F. Ravlin, chairman of the neighborhood solicitation, called upon workers to complete their campaign within the next two weeks. Almost 8,000 vvomen volunteers are working to raise the largest Metropolitan Division goal ever set in Dade County. SINGLE or COUPLE to share heme with middle-aged lady; also kitchen privileges. Ph. 41-9474. 177S S.W. 22nd Terrace. ROOM, BOARD and CARE Farmer narse can take elderly ar CMvalescent My, olsa • coaale. Spocieas roams, kosher style diets. Phone •3-1381. 4 | NEW I. C. A1UN CASH REGISTERS $149.50 ALLEN BUSINESS MACHINE CO. 90S South Miami Ave. PHONE 2 2615 FOR RENT Single ar double roam in private gather heme, S.W. Section. Kitchen privileo.es. Coll 9-4372 or 9-3150. Tax Returns Prepared $5 up If you have ANY problems call on THE SERVICE CLINIC 39 Beacem Blvd., Miami, Flo. Phene 83-1628 T.V. SERVICE LEGAL NOTICE No Charge For Call Nights, Sundays. Holidays 1'nlvrrsvl T.V. Thnne SJ-1387 IMMEDIATE TV SERVICE DAILY. BUNDATB, HOLIDAYS 10 A.M. to 11 I'M. 13 for call city wd> Telavtaloa rh. 83-i2s IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORI D A.JJI N CHANCERY No. 165681 (IWKNIH)I.VN DAVIE8 STOW II. Plaintiff, va. dEKALD <;LKNN KTORCH. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: (SERALD til.ENN STORCH 76.10 Hull Road Indian Hill. Cincinnati. Ohio You are hereby notified thai .. BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been field against you. nnd you are hereby required t<> eerve %  cops of roar Answer to the Hill of Complaint on I'lalntirf'x attorney, and file the "Mutual Answer In the office of the Clert of the Circuit Court on or before the 22nd day of February. 1951: otberwlae, the allegations of said Hill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against von. Dated this 2ftth day of January. 1954. K. H. WEATHERMAN. Clerk of Cn.ult Court B) %  : R. H. RICK. JR.. (seal! Deputy Clerk (seal) GEORGE .1 TAUANOei*. ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff ISO Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla. 1/22-29 — '-' See or Phone Ma NAT GANS 3-4ii8 — 4-eni LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life ins Co. •07 Biscayne Bids). 19 W. Flagler St. %  ^^. %  'W'W'W'W'W'W'W'WrfW^.e' GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. 4-5860 Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" Broward County Sets ZOA Meet Broward County Zionist District will present a program at their meeting Tuesday night, January 26th, in Temple Sinai, Hollywood, according to Dr. Emanuel Kaplan, president of the district. Mayor Abe Aronovitz of Miami will head the program and will address the general meeting on the need for organization in Jewish life. Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Congre gation Beth David, will discuss the role of ZOA. The Hollywood Young Judaea Club will perform Israel folk dances, and Joseph Pardo, Miami singer, will present Jewish music through the ages, narrated by Mrs. Arthur Cohen. He will be accompanied by Olga Bibor Stern, who has appeared both at the Metro politan Opera and at the White House. The meeting will start at 8:30 p.m. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1S5M2 HELEN D iioi i.i>. P laaaaj f i GEORGE p. GOULD. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: COL. GEORGE F. GOULD 1108 SOth Street N. W. Washington, I>. C. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you In the above entitled cause and you are herebv required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 22nd day of February, 1.">4, otherwise a Decree Pea Confeaau will be entered against you. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 20th day of January, 1>M. __ E B. LEATHERMAN Clerk, circuit Court By: WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk PALLOTT, SILVER & MLLLOY Attorneys for l'lalntlff Till Conareas Btilldina. Miami. Florida 1/22-3 — 2/5-1J RELIABLE CONTRACTOR for aew buildings. Alterations, repairs, estimates and expert advice free. PHONE 83-3270 er 83-2690 Mmt Sheekin SUNMYINIK HEALTH RESORT MOm-*A*iTAJ|IUM •craw CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THI NAME AND 8Y THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGH: This Is to certify that, whereas, I*onard J. Kallsh. Miami, Florida George. Chertkof, Miami. Florida Norman Sombera, Miami. Florida did on the Srd day of March. A.D. 1*5,2 cauee to he Incorporated under the pi. .visions of Chapter HH, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1M... ALEDo AITS.. INC.. a corporation, with Its r iim Ipal place of buaineas at Miami, lade County. In the State of Florida and whereas the proper officers or euch corporation did on the ldth day of January. A.D. 1SS, Cause to be filed In the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Florida, a duly authenticated resolution adopted bj the stockholders under the provlstone of said Chapter 2X170, I-aws of Florida, Acts of l5, Bhowlruj the dissolution of such corporation, and the Secretary of State la satisfied that qulremeata of law have been """""• %  'IN W 1V1TNKKS WHEREOF, nave hereunto set my hand mill havt .fixed the I of Hie State of llorlda. at Tallahasaee. the Capital, this the Sixteenth day of January. AD. lsil. R. A. Ill: IV tary of State. M.I I for NEW FILTERS far veer AIR CONDITIONER CALL PHYLLIS THE FILTER GIRL' 828038 TO LEASE WAREHOUSE or FACTORY Maw building oa private railroad track, 3 sides, track heiaht. Lead int-10,000 saaarc It., 16 It. hi ceiliaf. Uffct ead sanitary, fire-| preef, plenty p arfc i aa space. Most be seen t* be aaaretiatad, Pas American Terminals, Hialeah Sec el Ml—I. Reasonable rent to reliable party. Max GeMberej, Storitaf Natal, Miami Beach, S01. NOTICE WNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Irt HEREBY GIVEN that the undei signed, desiring; to cut business under the fictitious name of I.A I'AMIA HESTAURANT AND SANDWICH SHOP, at 72 W. Flagler St Intends to register aald name with rk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count* Horlda. JOSE FRONTONILLA 1/22-2* — 2/6-12 Dr. Granville C Fisher Professor of Psychology at the University of Miami, will apeak before the Miami Society For Ethical Culture (the place where Liberal* meet) on Sunday, January 24th, at It a.m., at the Lindaey Hopkins School. 1410 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami. His Topic ia: Pretence And Performance Don't miss this brilliant interpreter of our times. Admission ie free. v'W'W'W'W'W'W'WWWWW ITS SMART TO SEE THE 4M&AS0H.9S IN M\AM\ PH 3 0874 732 BISC BLVD txjGUST BROS R>



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•I PAGE 8 A •>**/#> nark/tor* FRIDAY, JANUARY 22. Egypt Explains Heavy Blockade Against Israel LONDON (JTA1 — The EgypGazette, which has ji puolished .< decree proclaiming Israel food >hipments contraband and subject to seizure in Egyptian waters, published an "Explanatory %  j Mi morandum" alongside the decree, it was reporte I here in a dispatch from Cairo. The %  •explanation" reveals thai the Arab states' boycott committee has asked General Mohammed Na %  guib and the Egyptian Government to pass legislation designed to tighten the anti-Israel blockade in Egyptian waters by confiscating food shipments and the vessels in which they are being transported •>. to Israel, just as is done by other Arab states. At the s..me lime, •the "Explanatory ut, the director ol -d Department has In ent thai I 1 South and East Africa is 11, that modern wars an ch iracteriied bj total economic mobilization it habecome difficult t<> distinguish between fighting forces .in.I civilian populationand between supplies for one or the other Therefore, it continues, it haI" come customary to regard all mi-1 ports of a "belligerent state aar contraband'' and consequent Egypt has to take sterner measures to attain the desired end." Teen Age Prog. ..its Inaugurated in Gables A new teen age program has been inaugurated in Coral Gable.as a result ol I cooperative arrangement between the Con] ble:. Jewish Center and the ('.Miami Jewish Communit) (enter. it was announced bj C. My ers, GMJCC president, and V Masada Oneg Shabbat The Roxy Hotel, 1120 Collins; Avenue, will be the site for the Miami Beach Ifasada oneg Shabbat on Fridaj evening at 9 p.m. Miss Shaloma Shawmut. recentlj nturn-, ed from an extended -tay in I will !" • %  -;'• % %  • %  1 Aya Bricklm. program chairman, haan1 nounci and n : \' I JNF Grove to Honor Solomon Lobel ,\ drive for the planting ol 1 • ,o 1 .. bj the H body, thr lewish Nation il Fund a u launched rues \,, kl inder ncipal, Ihe '1 tin current will be dedicated to the mentor) ol the late Mr Solomon Lobel, 1 founder ol the Vcademj and one oi its kej officers until hia 1 1 "-ing here some two monthago This 1the second '-'rove to he dedicated to the memor> ol Mr Lobel. Dedication of the first was recently announced through the JNF Council locally. Rabbi Moses Meacheloff, ores! dent of the JNF Council, pi tea %  tad the Tree Fund Certificate, representing the pureha-e ol more than 1.100 treelor the year 1953. to Mrs J Z Stadlan. chairman of the JNF school drive Last year, -indentof the He brew Academj collected some II 800 for the purchase Of treein Israel. Assisting Mrs Stadlan in the current school drive are Mr-. B> nice Rarrj Perach iey. Miami ORT Will Mark Birthday Here iter Miami Chapter of Wornen s Ai Ort will ceU-urate hirlhdaj with a lunchv, at the Emp on Januarj 27th. 12:30 MrGertrude Kaplan, national n' will be honored Mrs Jennie Grossing! t 1-ixmsor ,,1 tin chapter. Fashions IN Margaret Newman and lu'bj Pinto will 1*' shown. Mrs Margaret Newman Stearn and Mrs Florence Kupperman are cochairmen. Mrs Bea Dash and Mrs. .loan Baron are ticket chairmen. Beach Center SlateTS Samuel Fhedland, n r „ vl ^ the Miami Beach JewS'** has scheduled a (ongr. tmeeting at the Center l„ r S, 1 day evening. Januarv 27th a A report on lb.. artiy,tj e .!,*L congregation, whu I, Wll) ?*J the educational and culiurlijP Kram of the Cent,-, *jll be A musical program ril] gu.. place, and a social hour win elude the meeting Congress May Oppose Plan to Arm Arabs Cc-inued from Page 1 A -I I-1 ommunist Lrab rulers more than ight (hi Nazis be -aid. The New York Timereported from Washington that American officials dealing with the requests for grantof military aid from Iraq x audi Arabia expect top level ions this month However.' they admit that objections raised' b> other nations and the ensuing I political complicati the, future uncertain.


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H -l PAGE 10 A +Jtitf nrrM&r FRIDAY. JANUARY J AmericaiTNotableS Colonel Busk The Jew of 17% ** A l l C 1 *WW* ansWOT rontain d wari By HARRY SIMONHOFF JSlfetstt*. is boh, puk/isKerf h, at.* "**.*** ; as per. of the tercentenary oelebrofior. or Jew.sh seffiemMf M Ihe Onifed Sfofes.-Trie fdifors. thias Bush applied under 1 _jy %  17* and became a citizen of Pennsylvuui n Solomon was appointed Deputy Adjutant Genen the State Militia. Fighting several n nths later in ine skirmishes near the Brandewine. he reo md in the thigh, but was lucky enough to N I bouse The doctor pronounced to latal. vet the patient managed to live on Philadelphia then taken by the British On bell %  and made prisoner. Solomon Bush retained h • %  01 movement by pledging not to A British armv doctor helped the paroled prisoner bu: could not cure him The thigh wound never healed completely. One day he went to Bnti>h headquarter-, probably for medical treatment or to report periodical!'hisparole. He happened to see a civilian bringing a let! to General Howe. His curiosity wi knew the messenger and suspected treachery Adroit enough to learn that the civilian, a Colonial no doubt, brought the message from a I : %  behind the American lines, he forwarded the bit of information t John Armstrong, who reported it to General Washington. In Solomon Bush the Jew emerges from the apologetic alien uncertain of hirights into the citizen proudly conscious ol his worth and hiservices. Philadelphia vat n ccupied by the Americans, yet Bush remained a prisoner m parole until exchanged He app!;I r rati ai d pa) The Supreme Executive Council studies bis ease and reports that the Bush had been brilliant, especially during the winter of •when the service wieril The I • commended pay and rationequal to his rank. Th>Board of I even further He was promoted from Major to Lieutenant Colonel Bush appears to be the .' %  •. officer holding :-. %  high) rank in any combat ur..•he Continent. Ion's answer contained warm comnx n 1 jtions •..tic ;md successful fasten en ranted there nd in all ; In London he was l0 sen, nth '' h 'P Thl was ; ewBnl which insisted '• refused to or chan • • nship for : Her own Men decided the birthplace of thi This short-sighted j ultimah I the *. il was pre tent to intervi %  %  i Bush lock it upon himself to act in Surprisingly, he succeeded in getting the captain and crew released Reporting the achievement to Pn he demonstrated hifitness to serve his coontrj The letter hinted quite lly that Bu-h would be happy to represent higovernment in London He llao sent through the painter John Trumbuil a book compiled by an English admirer of Washn This volume included petition-, statements, and appeals of Englishmen in sympathy with the Colonists ..t the time of the break with the mother country. Washingilso thanked him for the book hut silence about any diplomatic or 'ion. nj mauit) tonsuiaJ Yel Ihe t olonel was not easily discouraged i i the Presidenfi cabinet was caused by the DM oth) Pickering from Postmaster GenersliJ of War Solomon Bush felt equal to the m i ied ior the vacancy. He might have attained?/ factor) position if his unhealed wound had not ..lure death. But if the Colonel failed to reach cabinet rank ati ego found its compensation in Freemasonry %  society had a powerful lure for a people'i n set Ibem apart from general intercouse wttl jprity. In the lodge room a fraternal spirit oblit ;h" walls which a millenia of persecutions had raisu_ maintained. Masonic ritual, passwords, and symbolist! Ihcir traditional origin with the builders of King ( Temnle in Jerusalem. Jews rose to the within the Order and helped to spread iUi and influence. All sense of deficiency must have vanished .. -on of a German-Jewish emigrant during the en i Divine Right of Kings could indite a letter to Frederick the Great. King of Prussia and head'sfl Masonic Grand Council at Berlin and Paris: "L;_ Bush. Grand Elect. Perfect and Sublime Knigat ofl and Prince of Jerusalem. Sovereign Knight ef{ Sun and of the Black and White Eagle, Prince of the| Secret, and Deputy Inspector General, and Grand! over all Lodges. Chapters, and Grand Councils of thai perior Degrees of Masonry in North America withal state of Pennsylvania, etc." Signed — "Your very I and most atfectionate brother." The intellectual monarch probably exploded a i 1 r. nch oath, since he regarded German fit only for i herdOn the other hand, the royal cynic might I bed sardonically and remarked to his minister.' beau should see this. The French radical may then i stand my refusal to admit that little Jew hunchback I delsohn into the Berlin Academv". Conference of Jewish Women's Group to G i ingIer Unveilin ^II IIWIVJ i i -. 11 n >i i -ntirt dull a^*. w uiiivi-i o v*a ui "u t!"!!.' *!" I*" P ,a Sunday.! luncheon at the Columbus Hotel ami Jewish Community Ce January 24th. 2 p.m.. at ML Sinai on Saturday afMemonal Park I With Kab\ „.„,„„„_ ^ I in Moses Me-(|( lp( Fnends and relativeare asked to | )V ,|„. [,..,. %  • %  Rubenstein Unveiling in charge o f sr tickets are Carol Stone and Dawne Grossman. Patty Pearlman will be narrator Advisor for the group is Mrs Joseph Bermann. Beta Council were instalwfll recent dinner held in Rubr| taurant. They are Sandra Cohen' I dent; Myra Burke, vice prat Toby Lurie. correspondini tar>'; Roberta Fisher, reo secretary; Maxene Drucker, I urer; Sally Seidman. auditor:! Bazerman, sergeant at arms; Marilyn Zammit. chaplain. Mill fund Rappaport Moves Offices to Lincoln Jck Brass in pre Statehood dsan ler the supervision of Mrs Edln pre s,au nood days. After fightvard Greenwood. I m § in Ga 'ileescene of some of the According to Mrs. Sirkin. the' war ~ m ""' cn,lcal battles, he was recalled to Jeru.-alem to serve on conference is the coordinating recalled '" Jerusalem to lerve on oody for a three-phase service functhe Ha S anan Intelligence Corps, The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Bessie nstein, formerly ol 4(Ki4 \\\ 4th Street, will take place Sunda) January 24th, 2pm. at Ml Nebo -., l emeterj with Ret Leo Heim, of lagler Women to Meet .n,r„na,i„ Jewish .enter, ol Women's Group of the Flagler1 Slf, Mr> Runt,n ^-' n • %  Granada Jewish Comn^tVcSher husband, tay; three ler w,|| hold its month vlunchSi offices He wUI BOW ? daughter Mrs. Mollie Kushner, on Tuesday, JaTuarv 26th 12 Suit "• Lincoln RMd Mand Vrs" n ." a "ev B St0n n "" n ul ,he u n,er building.'The I Rappaport will have I ffJS ^"f„. Sh !. rm n luncheo -ill be the annuarblin,1 Gilbert Rappaport. assists!j rector for tne houtneas.ern-, of the Zionist Organisation of/ erica in charge of the SussJ Florida, has moved into hi offices. He will now be to follow the luncheon r Pil ,V''"''M"'"''' Pl orida: '' ~" • Partv Shirley Bernard with ih'p 'ion in the area. Their services are ^T %  tUined ,he !" ^ "' A^lSf" ***"' f Boston "< of the Mesd.mesT^Sw! divided between veterans ho-p,Chjtata P •'•,: v ^M '" '^ "' "•• J !" me Mae Clem and I nan tab and oversea-, interfaith projBom and educated in England. ; "" U *' ,, '•'""" %  m charge of arrangeEfts and community service Brass emigrated to Israel in 194 LTL ,T?Z.L nlatnn are men,Cards and man long wUJ Luncheon has been set for 12:30. Toward the end of his country's ,Uend md highlight of the program will war in 1948. he was sent aa mele an address by Jack Brass, pubclal t-mi-sary to Australia a n d )ic relations officer of the HeNew Zealand on behalf of I :. brew University in Jerusalem and <-mbined Defense Campaign. On a veteran of Israel's War of In-! njs return, he served as chief ot lependence. i the army's Press Information Brass played an important role! Off ice in Jerusalem -lL v„"', habill,a, T of **" "\ Th* P r "8>-am will also include • he Naz terror and is now visiting musical numbers and a tenor solo ImLn" 1 ^ S !? ,e \. !" b >Jos *P" Pardo. Warn, an, rn J a mm ed i*>>• f'ter \T-Day. Brass well known ,n musical circles, headed the first Jewish relief unit here es -ent from Britain to Germany to i Aar ., n M v n „„ .-upervise relief and rescue work sa>l|S S-S^Ti ci } a } Tmm ol among sumvors of Nazi concen vv,n !£L .J ned Jewisn Appeal 'ration camps. In Bergen-BeUen \?wl JuT ,he group bricfl > he directed the work ofsetS'' pa^'t'd Z^" f ,he Cam 0* Jewish survivors, providing, It L^ 0men Can play them w.th medical care, food and o £*?!. '!.'" ra,sing ,h0 clothing and also helped thou* it'll £?^ l SUStaln M -ands to achieve their dream of I a gencles leaving Europe to settle in Israel t m ~~ ~ZT ~ ~~ ;-nd build new lives. Groundbreaking Held combed out homes in war ravaged Sunda! iL n! f, 'f s,,tu,e eJTlor thousands of tt\f£t^LSS2Z In IsraelWar of Independence! Sge" George E iSTn^ "c"" ;ga.nst five invading Arab armies. I column^ Pauf B !" 1 """** Sun ^igf^^^vepart ,n the I of *S£ !" ^ y.,^ have brochures, pamphlet-, ****. periodicals on various Zioahtj ics. Also planned is an lsradj shop there, featuring items in Israel. The ZOA SpeakerBureai function from this office. 1 v 0 right) Richard MUes 4 bY h D D a a Jd d O w 0 F? reqa, i 0n ^^rnanon Clta. include (lint row*' Sornrne;.. Second row (lft ,1 ^'. 4 Ehno LBogiri,. Kenny Sher. Renew Wallace and Herman. Jack Bennie, Harold'ffen^'f l f n t U ^ Uvi Third row (left to right)** Fetter and Sybil Habe rrna d F ^ man ; ,Judy Goodman. Carol Ravue*. Hanrey BUlan.



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IIDAY. JANUARY 22. 1954 knlsl florkMafi PAGE 7 A Confirmations Feature Of Weekend; Fiancees Given Rings %  iss Berick Becomes Mrs. May in fendlelight Ceremony Sunday Eve DM Joy Berick wore her late sternal grandmother's pearls p ihe became the bride of Dave FMay durin>: a candlelight cere hj Sunday evening at the Honey l/n Molel. Kahbi Leon Kronish. listed by Cantor Samuel Kele of Temple Beth Sholem, of pch the bride's father bj %  past Itident, officiated al the dou ceremony. White fujii [ttiUi, white carnations and white feeUias were used throughout ceremony room. DM Jay Berick. daughter of Jgc and Mis. Morris Berick, H Royal Palm Avenue, was givi in marriage by her father Her *jd.il gown featured a lace molprincess bodice, re entbroi pd and traced to heighten thi lign. and a boiillant nylon lull. ft of ballerina length \n ep |ue of jeweled lace petals ami JIS on the tiara wreathed the tk and shoulder line She ear an heirloom Prayer Book with ite Brazilian orchids, showered lily-of-the -valle> Irs Irving H. Chait, of Miami ch. matron-of-honor. was atin a pink ballerina length n with a lace net design and ifittmu bodice. She carried a eade design of baby blue iris rbe bridesmaids. Miss Felicia vitz and Mrs Alan l.ober both I Miami Beach, wore iridescent U blue silk organza gowns with lit bodices and high necklines et by full bows, a circular with a fitted hipline and Ke -ilk lattice design in an over .pattern on the skirt. They car cascade designs of pink debucameiiias. ving May was best man for his Mrs. Da* id It. May white orchida with purple throats i tie bj i'ii patei n.d grand mother. Mn Louis Berick, was al tired m an imported Dior blue challtllU lace gOWB with a l.ivcli iler orchid The oeremon; as followe i bj a reception in the Imperial of the K.me> Plan Hotel The bride'i UMe wan deco ra ted with white lilac shipped Irom Holland, and white camellias with smilax. The bride's going away suit was of original design in powder blue i suede, with an imported wool box rr t shers were Frank Martin i jacket and sheath slim sport skirt : Jck. the brides brother, and' Attending the wedding were the Dur Sommerstein. the bride-1 bride's paternal grandparents. Mr. t'a brother-in-law | and Mrs. Louis Berick. formerly aft. Berick. the bride's mother. > of Pawtucket. Rhode Island, now attired in a Dior blue, pure taffeta gown which featured %  open scroll design, a volumiI skirt, a scooped neckline with %  ponding scroll neck design of Forest Hills, New York, and the bride's maternal grandfather. Mr. Wolfe Brown, of Woonsocket, Rhode Island. The bride is a graduate of White Silvermans Tell of Diane's Kntfagcmcnl To Leonard Treisler The engagement ol their (laugh ter, Diane, t" l. ard E Treister, son o! Mi and Mrs Ai thur Treii ter. 1280 Lenox Avenue, Is an nollliced b) Ml and Mlliei nard \ Sllverman, 4888 Alton Road, The bride-elecl graduated from Miami Beach High School and at tended the Unlversitj oi Alabama, M here she was on the stafl ol < lor folia, the yearbook she inow at tending the t niversitj ol Georgia Mr Treiater, %  state Jaycee win ner, having been given the Tommj Thompson Award oi the Florida Junior Chamber ol Commerce In 1952, attended Miami Beach Hi ii School and the Universit) ol Miami School oi Law AI the i ol M he was president ol his fraternity, z.i.i Beta Tan. and a member ol Omicron ; >> Ita Kappa He a ain the Vn > during Worl I \\ ai II ami i. in en ign III the Na val Reserve Mi rreiater ion the Board ol Directors ol the Miami Junior handier ol Commerce Since grad uating Irom the l ol M, he has I been associated with the law firm it Mm.in.id Forrest, Gotthardl and Ofr The couple will be married in April full pushed up sleeves. Her field School. Miami Beach. Florida. L rs were white orchids with | and attended the University of Ml( lie throats. ami. Her sorority is Alpha F.psilon Bin. Leon May. mother of (he Phi. tearoom, wore a chanUUy lace The bridegroom is the son of Senna-length sown adorned by \ Mr. and Mrs. Leon May. Binning attended (iuests I lonor .1 era Id Rose ;i( Bar Mitzvah .lei ,dd Lewi Ri e, on ol Mr and MiSam i i 85th Street will bee ime Ba M tzt ah on Saturdaj Januai j 23i d, at the Mi imi ft a< h Jew i sh I enter I in ii \ ,11 i.. in in..n u ill officiate Jerald i an eighth grade stu dent a i N.iniiin Junior High School ami attends the Religious Scl I ol iln Miami Beach Jewish i %  i ter I um neon al the VersaiHe: ll" .'. !.'l follow the ceremony 'ul oi tow n gui i • will ii clode Mr MiN 11 Weber Mis i u eii.-i. Mr and Mrs i iank i: and Mr and Mrs Al Roden him, AUhami. He the lawreacr M. Mi Lawrence Gold Bar Mitzvah at Miami 1 Lebrew School Lawrrncv Mclvtn, MII O PERSONALLY SPEAKING, Rita Nowak. a former Hebrew Academy student who now resides in Neponsit. Now York, has just been elected treasurer of her school, the Hebrew Institute of i Long Island. This also makes her a member of the F.xocutive Stu dent Council. Miss Nowak is the granddaughter ol Mr and Mrs. I> ive Stone. 477(> S\V 2nd Ten Miami, and the niec e "f Burton (.reen-i.iu. Miami, and Ml and ...rd .1 BvaB Miami 11. ..eh. Michael Kotfan Bar Mitzvah Saturday al I lebrew Academy Mn hacl Kn [an, i Mr and Mr Vie* ler Kogan 3722 Royal Palm Avenue, Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturdaj in..11.in: 1 l.inii.u \ 23rd, at the lie brew \i ademj Rabbi Alexander S Gross, prin Cipal, "ill deliver the sermon anil pre enl the confirmation cert if i • ati i i the Bar Mitzvah He will peak oni We shall Do And We shall Hear : be Bar Mitzvah will chant the : sen ices and reail the \\ eek l> Portion ol the Law from the Scroll, in addition to the recita lion oi the ll iftoiah Muhaei is a former student of th < Hebrew Academj and a mem ber ul the Beth Sholom confirmation Class At present, he in an eighth grade pupil at Nautilus Junior High School lie is a member ol the Nautilus Band and is a Stu dl ul Council reprei nlatl\e \ii and Mrs Kogan are active in various civic, communal and reIii ious or lanizations They are Board members ol Temple Beth Sholom and the Hebrew Academy Michael Kaeea B'nai B'rith Women Plan Games Affairs Second annual smoruanbord for %  IN of thr Klmniir RnoMvull lit. WnlM&jalU Harrises Kntcrtain House (J lies I Sunday Mr and Mr. David Harris, of 2880 S'.V 18th Street. Miami, have as their house guests Mr. Harris' brother and ilster-in-law, Mr and Mrs Hy Harris, Cambridge, Mas Mchusetl Tin > entertained the visiting couple Sunday evi nine, al their inane Amaog guests attending wire Mr. and Mrs Harry Klein. Ml and Mrs Alic Aaronson and Mrs Sam l.iehei inan With Mis. Lleberman was her dm hter, .loan who ii the tiancee ni Richard Harrl on ol the David Harris) He la now aen log in i he \;iin d Km e • in Korea Mrs. Fiank A. Rose and Mrs. Nathan Davidow make piepara lions lor the Mud Hatter's Luncheon which will he held <;' Beth David Auditorium on Wednesday, January 27th. 12:30 p.m. Judges are Rabbi Mux Shapiro. Max Jucobson. Hurry Gordon and Jerome Gordon. Committee members include the Mesdames Sidney Daniels. Nathan Davidow, Frank A. Rose and Max Shapiro. Prizes will be awarded loi the original hat creations. Bressler, Miller Choose June Rites June will be the month during \. iln b wedding bells will ring foi Miss Barbara N Bressler and David (,onion Miller The bride elect's parents, Mr and Mrs Louia Bressler, New York City, have announced the couple's engagement. Mi Miller is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell P. Miller. 4311 Granada Boulevard, Coral Gables. Miss Bressler is a student at the Barbizon School of Fashion Design in New York. She and her parents are now house guests of the Millers. Mr Miller attended the University of Florida and the University of Miami. He will enter the Armed Forces on January 25th. Physicians' Wives Name Officers The Phj -mans \v ives' < lull ol Greater Miami held election of "• ticeis at their recent meeting kn the ho,ne ill MrS.i.nuel (.ertman 1888 S\V 24th Street, with ncwlv Installed president, Mrs Theodore Struhl, presiding Members who were elected to office for 1954 are as follows: president-elect, Mrs. Maurice Edelman: vice president, Mrs. William Wickman; recording secretary, Mrs. Elliott Cohen; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Richard Shapiro; and treasurer, Mrs. Allan Michaelaon. Rumor Clinic Slated Gilbert Balkin. executive director ..( (he Florida Office. Antl-Defumatlon l-t-u^iuc of B'nai It'rith. will lrfc %yfe* I'll kit tlmgimw a Neglia, pert violinist, is in her third season us a momber of the Vagabonds Club show cast. DER YIDDISHER FORUM MIETS EVERY SATUtOAY, • paw. KNESETM ISIAIl C0NGBE6ATI0M 141S Eeclld IMH, Mien SATUIDAY, JANUAIY 23rd 6*tif Seeefcer (Um New Yorth NATHAN 8U0WITZ tMti "•eoaUf.ttj or rut jtws Ann THf CATASTKOWr Of StCOHD WOM WAf DEVENOAILI DOMESTIC HEtf RILUULI D*V WOUKtM 1YMENT



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PAGE 12 B t-kMUtfhridiari LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE ,..,.:, ,.•; nrhlck shall be I %  .-•„ ,: i;, mue Sou foi ii" 1 lU ng the budget >*>• su, h notes ma) tit renei i "'"' such note* iegihei ....-, shall mat.iin ami Dr i.uiu not later i %  -i il' stated __-,. Mr Sect.oi 24. SALE OF NOTES: REPORT OF SALE: All m \ : I the i'i" tion 25. PAYMENT OF NOTES: %  hereafter '. to I -hall be ''"> ''" : taxes oi ,:. pri %  i • ., Ithln the Clt) foi the • such notes and Inteiesi on without llmltal Ion ol rate %  edit ol the .-.,, hen or the paj n i nt .f the principal of the City I t to 1 i ArtlcU %  I %  %  ..I auch pledge be stated In thi ARTICLE VII PLANNING. ZONING. HOUSING. SLUM CLEARANCE AND BLIGHTED AREAS l. Planning ; "omn .irganigatTon 2 I'l.i mi i — i-ii. Term M %  Plai Powei and I nities 4. Dlrertoi f PI inn ni .". Application foi Regouing 6. Zoning Board • %  ( Appeals 7 The Master Plan >. Adoption ..( Plan Plan or • ning of land %  • I.in. ..f mappi .1 Streel Offl Map al I :, Map : r Hi St 11 M %  / %  P. •.,. • Slum e and I treat I"..'.HI deal I Ho I Housli Approval • f Planning ... i %  Ni %  i: rb I %  %  i | Plans 1 PLANNING COMMISORGANIZATION: ll %  < who %  %  er of thi s.ion Th. vim Section 2. PLANNING COMMISSION: TERM OF OFFICE: VACAN11. 11 %  13. It. IT. IS. 19 24, the M ll Mastei S of Ofl Mapped UN 4. DIRECTOR OF PL I %  NINO: hen shall i such i'. r li qualifleil b) opi %  viser ol %  ity, uutli Section t. APPLICA1 .ON I-OH REZONINO: Appl % %  I wriuiiR I i .. %  :, %  un-neri d In the > the propert) to b*. n i %  v ow iers t ed I %  h bearing, ..I li i m,,....., ,,. ,, I me, .ii the l Section 6. ZONING BOARD OF APPEAL*. II -"'" b .' I .. i .,i Appi i i, "nli h shall • u w i uui I, i ,. I ..... i the II i... held .•" the T .. s.U) ..i %  ai n i nth an othei times as sui li Board ma) mine All meetings % %  the Hun .„ to Hi. public The Board shall keep minutes "i Its ; ng the vote of i a. h mi .ii..:,. ... .: ..I -.:il. I" vote in ... ..ii.l shall keep recot • i ol Kveri [nation ••: the B u I lull lmbe filed In tl Clt) Clerk, ami lall be a public Phe Hoard shall have powei 1 i %  ... n in. MGtlOn U. LINES OF MAPPED STHttTS re plan %  im • i I haw %  ""> %  • I ... i" i i. li' i. %  ll, i •>. Is BawoV. -.. i i uraii .< pui tloi l .... .1 •• ..II I .!• tl I el r ,>.-* • i IIand with the pi -;..-, II led ipiK'als i ...... .' l.lli.Tl n urdan. ,%  .and he Ordlnan 29 Section 5ION: rivi rated for ; %  i -...• f,.,i, %  the unexCIES: Thi • one i nail em for threi a nc J -hall 1... filled by the Coui ems nder of thi lern Section 3. PLANNING COMMISSION: POWERS AND DUTIES: The %  : .111.1 ... thi M for the physical '" • e City as di \i II. i. 11,1 I .\. %  -• %  : I) %  n Off] %  .. Mai e ai • -. Of till( • I blighted the i '' i Sui ... to the Cli 1 o im l not lei %  '. tn< b< ginning of i • r nl :i "at of i, ,|. ,i provements which, in the opinion of '/"' Comn n, essar) ,,, desirable to be i msti icted during the forthcoming six-year period Bach list shall be arranged in ordai of preferenoe, with recommendations as i.. "in ii projei i.shall i nstriated In which year. Meet not leas than once each month .-,n.l keep a nublli Its resolutions, findings and determlnatlons. ?£,§ S^Sf^ SHAI -'%  • %%  iai Require information w hlch %  hall be furnished within %  i. r th ," %  ". f "."" """' r Departments to itls k """"'" %  ln relatloii ii') Within Its budget tnpri ton. contracl with i'i.y I'l„ui,.,s jnd other consultants f,„ u h serv" 1 ea n;i may r,-.|iilre J, ,' l: Honal assistance fni special survey work of the Council -.K %  ... [ %  %  '[< %  oj I A.i" Inlstrativ* |,... %  "' %  %  n %  % %  -! %  • %  i .1 studies re. QUMted I,-, the CcKnmlaalon %  ii in ii..performance of Ita functions. e„t,. r upon any lanil an-1 make :, n 7' '" %  "'•" nd survey, and place and marks thereon (e> Make and adopt plans for the Section 7. THE MASTER PLAN: The Masti Plan for I .. i,i ..i the City, % %  % %  :: ma|w, |>ls %  Itil n .... .,r,.l may ll I The gen lei and extenl of -. waterways :. ad ul her w ground I i b) Thi IJeiiei ll lo, i %  of buildings I.I i ol public utilities it li> Hi* i< .i pi i\ atel) uw in-.I I. I l! I. II \.l!. I ,-l ..: ii ion, nan <• ing, -.. abandonment, .i ink* >.i futui e public v. a) s, l • %  leav l. | ::.-•• •:! e*li n: ni ..!• %  lii %  ', Section 8. ADOPTION OF THE MASTER PLAN: The I I the .M %  Plan I %  • : I d pail HKind ng % %  mi j u g. I .-. %  lions ..: ih. Cit) or I ..( the subjei t inal li of thi Pla II adopl i %  or II ny'i nsion ... addil Ion, snail be b) resolution i areled by I lie af I the Hoard %  any sui li part, u mendmi nl • •i addition, thi lioai tl old al oni publii hearing on thi in at Plan or pai I., the Co Section 9. LEGAL EFFECT OF MASTER PLAN. No streel llt> whether true i .. i ni i nd unli i b\ the II I -..IIto thi oui the powi %  | II in II, .. %  shall constl! I. I ni il The a ng, r.l .,!...„ vi street or othei public :. i .. il. • .... s %  • to similar subi and failure I i approve may be simlarl) overruW In the Cound THW, { %  ", ••'.'." V '"• ,'•'"•' '"ii" within thlrti (10) days afti the date of the official aubmlasion in thi Bo ird shall %  III.-.I approved, unless .. longer %  be granted l th. (•ouncilw Ihe sui, nutting Official Section 10. PLATTING OR quit Rl VISION. CONTROL: -ni.."...^?; ..ii.l I. which an %  as the planned or I .,,;.. .. : extern one oi ,i .. ni with the ..i the lime | within hu h the land shown on the i should vi ;i I, s; by on 4oi I sui h plat, in .i. oi dam e uh the pro cedure prescribeil in this I prut Ided lhal nol i i ol the tlmi an I where It nidi red fo %  e shall be senl b) in. nera of land ni. n; ng hli li the future n the plat • %  :. be .-ni-in.i i int Board .uui hell I ,.,pi. %  if disapproved, .uved b) tavoi ibli \. %  !. %  "( the i -it \ • on of a plai shall n i in I of us, If, constitute .1 t nstttute the opening "i establlshmi nt of an set the i nee of any land reel ; %  % %  • • Section 14. OFFICIAL MAP: The I, i.\ urdlndni • eslal M ip nf (he shall iti i ... All | streel : i ..' mi m ..f ti Offl %  Ml planni li lieeli plai idopted by %  ordanci with the %  .ti u ,.f thi* An .. ..; the time of thi i %  • eel h .i plata % %  < %  .I by ilie ; .in%  .... %  • i %  .... l ...... ilanni parks Olhel | l.l] op. %  %  est.il ii • %  %  • the M i|. Section 15. MODIFICATION OF OFFICIAL MAP: „|| Ireet I. th ..II final i %  appi \, I ilng I loard In rl 111 i'li % %  ;''' • nil sh .11 be l 1 •. othei • f. the • ...ii the reel --11. • tl • other than-lhuT-Cl't", 'STuSV^l •ffl.i-., Dopartmenu .> Jgencles Subdivision* meanth, ,1,;,.. g tot. tract or parcel of land In m Section ilidlng streets %  %  % %  red f %  %  I [ the fall to %  %  manown on the m ,„ • '-"ll" tO lie M. and %  %  ereol for i\ hi. li the •'„,... LhOAL EFFtCT OF Of-nt-iAL i..AH: .i.ei in %  • I i ..in..ii, •• thai no ..ii or |,t .lilt Ol III ... I .,11. hel I'Ulilic reel. until i have i,,eii ,ii i .. i oi i. ii Map in hurl) i an,i ,n .-... : 11 and liti.n'I %  il .-ii.nl i,. ii t. neial oni in.it no ill I"' el %  -. Ii,.:i %  a I •• i %  iiuieaa ,1 -.. I, I KlIUC. ,i hi %  %  Ni ..Il .w.ip. :. i ,,,.i. th.,t puch • % %  ui%  I bj ii llldlng pel ,.. .i t.. the yaiiiiiix Uomrd i : ..il l.oar.l of .i to In i.i' v i %  Icle. upon which appeal and • II, ill he held I • I .M he. IP,II 17 ll ii. Ii Hoard may lorll) I.I buttle a P ,i.nit. afibi, l> ...niitlMts as I It il* I ,,|l.-e. IV h.uthe nf .i ,.1,, not re.,..,.;, 1 I..I Idtng tO I'e I e, i. %  • manpt-d or planned ••.. -. .nil ei,. the pel mil would %  -I in. i eg B9J the %  lug II il the Offlt lal Map in Mastei ITaii Ilie word i streets in this Article t .. 111. lode M I eels, boulevards, avenues, glleya, Innen and other ,' Section 19. ZONING ORDINANCES: l-'or the purpose of promoting the ..-.I'll aafet) morals ,.t Ki iernl welfure of the t'ltv, the Council, by ordli in,, regulate the hMutton, helglu. : ill nl -ize of buildings and other res, ihi siae ,.f vard, ootirtg, ,in,l othei Open spines, the dens.t\ of population .nl thi ol buildings, and I tnd fot trade, Indusi isiness, residence or other purh ... diiian. ,-may piovlde thai ii.. z> nlng Board ol Appeals may, and subjei i H npprnprlaie pi nciples, standarda. rules ind set furtli in Hi, I he r,..niiiK i I-IIIi in ii.i i :.,. -ii'. with their iceneral p.ii p..-. ..n.l Intent. Sui II or>l ni.iy I>I ide thai the Z-.IHHK Board of /. \ .ii lancaa from cation ol the i agfula tUBl long Mild Sl.l.je, t 111. 1. v be sat foi th in the i mllnai' i Section 20 POWERS OF COUNCIL IN SLUM CLEARANCE AND REHABILITATION OF BLIGHTED AR. I EAS: lout, modify i plans proposed by the <*, ,of Hiuill %  : %  I %  II Ill t..| t may ii,|. mliat.oii "11 privi ,i land, l.ii I,lings „ itli%  .., %  ,., nnil othei |. ilili. op, ,, ,..,., ,,,,,, „|,.,| I'Ian in,, n oprr'" '• lings or Any %  %  I. "tnn\ ['"'• I hi %  %  > f. t r.niTdlngiiil I iri.on gpch ... : ..iii, % %  • hnltflii and r.|M-t ... bstantsall) carry i • %  the plan. Section 21. PLANS FOR SLUM CLEARANCE: All) pl.m for slum li I li fining of I till .11-' 'i lo be leared. the pi i I i relocation of ulsiothei public on %  %  n .! iv|... bulk. In in u ll %  : '••! or i" i III ti. d within the %  II ,.f private open spates |.roposed as pan of i. dui lion ..i %  !.-. lha pionifitlon of health, thi %  ,..,, ,,f r ,„,d h" i. %  %  vat Ion ol thi f land and property 1 and the ,1, v. I,., in. nt • 'he <"it> In a. I| nlahiuiig. th' I the exi i of the %  the oun-H In con• • ''..ii 1u of this Al '',''• hi .l.el.ueil to t.e a • !""'" %  %  • nd g |i il.ti, use. Section 22. BLIGHTED AREAS: li 1 .Illation of l.ligbl1 II In the City shall ImTuile "*'el tion .,,„! |„, u „.., I, M, 11,led t.. I„ atlon ..f nm oi ..I listing streets and • %  tiler publii op. within the •"• %  '• I"' I". ..:.., II and gem %  g| t, i..I • at -. r th* gs III ll. I pel %  ted prea, Ing of ..id buildings to mill OBI .1 1 the location of ,.i. .posed as a. pai I i r- is defined as an lea In situ h. owing lo the obaaUa and hiuaiter of the I'Uilding, tin-re n. the evicting division %  i • %  iiangeiiieiit ,,f lots and ownerships and other open spacea, %  I %  h.i.i. I., and uses of the binding. .., .,,!,. ,,, ,,„. „„,, eg,,,*., values have ,1,-pi r.-latwl lv ith BOMS'' '•'" "' i stagnation of %  nd damage and luaa to oorn%  I i '"""l"-"" nd tixaUe values. "'" "'" •'n.iatlon .f the nconoiiil, vigor of the area and Its attain^1 „..','i" '."""" '" ""•' eennomlc o, „ u •'" l l' r "-l>erlty of th, ...m mini., mav reoufre a replannig of he a e... a,„ ,„ r h e,i..n,.llshment 1 h irplunnlng = !" AYJANU J J LEGAL %  lulled. owned, le "'lien,. 1 Public' nS, %  i. I the pn housing p, .. ;.•; Author,,, %  on,,.. ii. irnS ii i, ,,. ta^saW mine ln *• Section 25. APPftni NING COMMISSION** • %  : I slull'l I I '"'•"• %  led l„, J' housing |.i. j.,, 0,.""" and ii.. I,,., ,„, • inereot ...m,,,^ 'in .".UunJSl | IK or housinT" mil led to tin i' M „ and approv. i] by ,„ provided, h, .,.i„f, such Comnusslog Uui majoi llj •,,. ,,,' f,,l have power to oVJH prov.il. "I Section 26 POWERJU IN REPLANNING *NBl OPMENT OF tjS AND DISASTER ARejT ell shall hate th, I,WHJ if>. and c.-u i) out the Planning Coma planning. Impiovegg m.ni of %  — %  % % %  —hmgj r.|.|.i niiiir n -n-tr opm.-iit ul gio im may have be. n %  lescna in part In .I.--,-•„ Section 27 NEiOHl PLANNING AND MINT; Anv pi in .liafujl ning Comn i-.-„,n i,*gj improvement nnd icag nelghboih,...I. .luill tlon and boundartog ofl nOOd, and ii, iio-l-iite I new or the \ icaUng, ening, tiiu t,.-., IBJ or | Istlng sti. ,,i other j spaces, the i mlitioMi lugs, the Istlog and < location of parka, other public r-, res tig •lelghlMtrh I i isnnisg i Ing, location „f utiNtgsl "inri Ions, %  / i nc aims' other 1 > M %  .tigs ag of nelghh %  I. %  I. ing I the pow< iininte.1 therewith in Sect log Hi are herein declaDal taj purpoie .ti.I Section 28 DlSASTEtj pluu drafted hi tht ii f., st I Hell. .11 I area d. iM-i lously il.ife fb*,,! or othet Je, t to floods Ing nf the I | I he area or ii i.e tcplti lined. loped an. I nia\ location of in .i i.r.fhj ng Wi or other publ n • tion and geneiai typk,4 ilie l< .*lnp In Beal %  i-'.-f int. an • in* J -...emit! uti'.iik i—tggut TO o, ereCfd area, the rec tugs to be re .itbin iir.'i %  itsnt riminds and %  %  'IT facilities, thf saitthl the biilbb regulalb.ii%  n lelating t" lebulldinc. re. ..n-trunk f ti>. .teer planning. I redevoljin.. i, „ %  .. % %  %  nt-d in li!J l I., lie. '. n use Section ?• P0CI ArroPTJON Of P ;1L: I';-: '1 ai,> plan t..i %  .. rieg latlon of > • "d nelghborh ii.nigsij ,1 ,no(n(*'Bt ion 1, 1 "- %  !" %  .iiiiPHtignim %  Irlbutlon of the ownership or %  %  .• %  pu.en iai ...ntrol I. reo.ul.lte. for Ihe pnoniotlpn ,.f public convenience '.Ton """*?"* <" 'fr the preservavitalli 1 •V" nom '0 strength and .,. ,'' ';•"' u, Property In the "'I of the areas contribution "nomic strength of the City lining, the areas and I...W.Igranted to In n roei with goiHl pla rehabliluihin of blighlJl I ^:; 'he power. gr, herewith In Article, are her.l.v ,.' I;:,. 1 'J PW Purpoa. and Secfon 21. HOUSING: The Conn, II nnd a?..',. "', V **'" %  •"'' for safe -u,h "' low '"come and for ..' %  poe. "iai ,.,. „, for : project.. a„ih.., |,e ihe conre ti.ir <• r, "'"'""tlon. alteration ..r Mierwif '„„".*' *;" u ,n Project or part strucTli ,nln, ln "nv housing im. %  < acquired by the C.ty. All Propertj. bo, h r#lU ond p,,^,^, ac W S. Ilbn 1 2. 3. 7. a, 10. tl. Mun IP N,.o'i"a ,um ; 1 %  •in.' llJh i Klecllon FJJU Che, Sing tJJ Voting M formation \ •' %  I iff 1. ss AOS" %  '..,• 1. MUN CU* 11 Absentee Section 1. 1 TIONS: All nt) llOld office b) duly held iinde: -""'C•aw. of the Stab"' rj". nam-es of the >W1 Beach, tram and aftir, which this niaiieri*-^ shall ls. and are hereM' • •i.imriliiin-al-l.irge The Mayor hi no* vlnue of sn e 1 "'"''".-trW and nurauant <•'"''/„- rlorida and <'<*'~ of North M^„ of %  'Ity reguktr foi I"' • from and after 1 h '"V^ 1-barter shall •>"""',, 4< hold such offl.and •" Mayor up to and MH' ISM. The first thin Charter. WESTS a ell. shall be.heM on ^"1 of April. !;• .'I r lsTP in Hctlon I. A ler. pn 1 -|re<* lerme of *""iT(gl M„n„r-C..lle.-t"' %  >?#,* year pert... • M J*g. and 1 iincllmen %  I, .hall be and shall tgplreJJ provided, that ln ^


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:". I PAGE 2 B Goldberg to Perform Sibelius Concerto; Orchestra Honors Jewish Music Month Violin virtuoso Szym.m h composerof th. Born in 1897 in Munich he has written psalms, moteti other works on the boIsaitb, an oratorio and nunk-r-and chcimh.r tions. as well as two symph The orchestra will alao be heard in Symphony No. 2 in D • opus 73. by Johannes Brahrrthe Polovetsian Dances frorr. I Igor by Alexander Borodin. t*~uHhrk/k>r Lorber Chapter Plans Fashion Show K timer* tuhton -hou will be • by the I.orncr Chapter. .,! Home for \-ili matk Children, ..t th.Mont.' Carlo on Thun i >u.,r> 18th.; ;>.m from the Patricia Steveni Adrian Bis• ui M In: an an at • h w In tickets are M n : Ilar-J The Homo i., e Of ted to the carej and treatment of children -uffer-| chronic bronchial asth A the affair an[Of the national organization Asch Novel Reviewed A Pasaage In The Night, the oew novel by Sholem Aach. will i M r.Mewed on Monday, January 23th. 1 p.m.. in the Versailles Hotel at a meeting of Louise Chapter. American Jewish Congress. Mr*. I M Weinateifl i'*>k reviewer. Mrs. Gilbert is Chairman MiIsabel Gilbert, Miami civic leader, will serve as vice chairman of State Senator U-roy Collmcampaign lor governor in I).,,!.County, it was announced this ue.k b> Harold Vann. local campaign chairman Mn OObcfl will lead the Women Divimon for Col1111r FRIDA Y. JANUAP Vy,. Lee Will Speak ,t Spinoza Forum The World We Live h J the topic of a lector* by !" H. Lee on Saturday aft, p.m.. at the Spmou Forum, on the lawn of ikT* of I>. Abraham WolC' Street and Ocean Court Beach. s Lee is a retired No* YortJ engineer. He ii recorduWr tary of the Miami Bea^l Zionist District and newicji the Zionist Luncheon Clu? Lee was the lirst secr*n_ the Spinoza Korum hui7 organized in 1935. Irving Strau ss willpmafel l.^-.-A^^^A.JV.v. **~X JIM II mm i Foreign Born to Mi. Goldberg will appear in t Be GrOOUOteQ perfcrmance of Concerto f. .r V ,n an.! i 'rchestra, opus 43. by Jean SibalAi* At I s p e ci al graduation ceremony • Saturday evening. Januan 3'-20 foreign-bora citizens. ^A n ,iL\ l ^ e L P } in ^ -tuderI tte English ri Thick... Rich... Satisfying... and so delicioosly smooth! June! 1909. Mr. Goldberg ma | child prodigy and pupil of Carl Flesch. At 16. he was concert master of the Dresden Philharmonic and tour years later Furtwaengler called -;m to the same post with the Benin Philharmonic Orchestra. This did not curtail his solo and chamber music appear, • %  er. and. besides mar. ed Europe with Binsored j tut | by the Dade Count) Board of Public I and the Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, will receive diplomas certifying that they have completed three years of instruction in basi. ii-h The exercises will be held at the Miami Jewish Community Center. 450 SW 16th Avenue, at TWENTY SEVENtH MASON UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA JOHN BITTER, c Soloist SZYMON GOLDBER Fanfare to larael — B'.n Halm. Symphony No. 2 Bri Violin Concerto Sibeliua. Polovataian Dancea — BomgoL— Sun. Eva, January 24th, 8:30 — Motv Eve., January JSflSj Miami Beach Auditorium Dad* Countv AetaasBsl Simla Ticket*: S3 00 $2.50 %  $100 • S1.7S • Sljf !-*><-*>ir*. ir-*,--^n-^--^--^--**— %  %  w..^... -^ II-*S-*I ipintual leader, and Hy Morris, president. Cantor Salkow previously rendered the musical portions of the liturgy at the Center's High Holy Day services during the past two years. He occupied posts in Philadelphia, New Haven and Baltimore before coming to Miami Cantor | Salkow also served a* musical di | rector of Congregation Elders of : Israel, Hartford, Connecticut, for I 15 years Yiddish Classical Hour NEW STATION — NEW TIME STolHON WWPB 1450 on Your Dial WWPB proudly presents YIDDISH CLASSICAU HOUR with Th Dean of Jewish Commontatan MORRIS NASATIR EVERY SUNDAY fram 9:30 to 11 a.m. Listen To Oar New Feature IH %  JUST A DMAM First Time in Miami... GALA CONCERT The "Singers of Israel" at Dade County Auditorium 2901 West Flagler Street j Tuesday, January 26th, 8:30 p.m Cantor Malavsky one* Family Choir and the "Marlin Sisters" TICKfTS AVAIABH AT: f.rr T#r, Trw.l S.rvka, M15 Co*Ara Miawi Jaach; Horry j. So„,, Baa | i,^,, ,5,5 WaabHtftoa *2|l Miami leoea; Amidon Music Co., 213 Cirat-Jo Avoii.a, Coral M*"fM '"• St idea, Manager, 503 S.W. 17th AVMI.O, Miami, Pfc •• | Tkktti at: 1.25. 1.15, J.M, *M, 5.W. Tc hK**ad TASTY and NUTRITIOUS and COOD for EVERYONE 74at* Holland HONEY BREAD and CAKE Exullent too ... for SPECIAL DIETS No oogs. wheat, fat. augar 01 •yrup used in these goodj. ThU makei thorn voty desirable foi aUergr, tugaj-iettricted. ond tow catorio dieta. Salt-frea variety made /*./ f.r "1...1 /.-* „ mm y k ••l^cially for tow-aodium diots. Mad. by HOLLAND HONEY CAKE COMPANY. Holland, Michigan C0CHRAN DISTRIBUTING CO., 161 NX 30th St. &f &f &f &f &f &f &f &f &f &f &f tf*9 ni-as ^ta the bread • e ^1 y ^*MT 9 d FRfA/CH a/?£AD • £6G ftf/Sf' AUGUST BROS, BREAD '*' -W.|T, ITMtT. (talAmi 't OBlDA



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IARY 22. 1954 *-Jm§s§ifhrtdlnn PAGE 5 A l-hbone to be Guest of Honor ten's Division Kick Off Event jne, world-renown [guest of honor and Iker at the kickoff rnt of the Combined Women's Division, [announced by Diviaen, Mrs. Jack A. Irving tahrman. spotlight with Mr. be Ruth Gruber, fcspondenl, world-tral>or. Tea, traditionally | a series of brilliant pvents, will be ^ield ncf of Mrs. Robert Z. Pinetree Drive, on nary 25th. 2:30 p.m. [of the affair are the ouis Glasser, David Luby and Robert Z. for his fine perthe stage and screen, evision, Mr. Rathbone ellbinding audiences %  lil Rofhbone }gan his stage career 18 His name is most ted with the role of detective Sherlock \w he has personified en and over the air. some 47 roles in 22 in plays in his na(d before coming to kurniK World War I, lice with the Liverpool kimcnt and won the BSV |snns ago. Mr. Rathbone st star to introduce in-the-round to ^idiences with his perI assiui in Julius CM motion picture suc|"(led David Copperinch, Captain Blood I ina. in which he nth Greta Garbo. |>n to Sherlock Holmes. portrayed for seven Itathbone's notable f' has included appear palvalcade Of America, uild Of The Air, the |y show and the Fred He now appears fretclevision in dramatic %  bone's interest in hucauses led him to unas present assignment % mbined Jewish Appeal. kkovsky is Speaker fPter. Mizrachi Women, supper party on Sun||8. January 24th, 6 p.m.. El Congregation. The I be held to mark the or|* sixth anniversary, acMrs. Rose Pertes, presin speaker will be Rabbi Rcckovsky, Beth Tfilah eader. Proceeds are for Nn's Village and Farm Kanana. Israel. the I r ndeetded on .Met a r ran Ae.t Continued from Pg 1 A the present system, deportation Epstein, Weksler Named Chairmen of Town, Beach Branch Planning Councils Mitt Kulh Grwktr Miss Gruber has been a special correspondent to the New York Herald Tribune and is the author of the recent best seller, Israel Without Tears. She has recently returned from her fifth trip to the j Jewish State. The book, Israel Without Tears, has been hailed by critics as Miss Gruber s finest work. It telN the story of the Magic Carpet Operation and describes her travels from Southern Arabia to get the an thentic facts of 50,000 Yemenite Jews who were flown safely home to Israel with the aid of UJA funds. Was Gruber's previous book. Destination Palestine, chronicled her personal experience as the only newspaper correspondent to cover the entire tragic voyage of the refugee ship, Exodus, 1947. In 1944, Miss Gruber was sent to Italy as a special-envoy of the United States Government to bring to New York the thousand refugees whom the late President Roosevelt had invited to a safe haven here. Women of Dade County have pledged to give their full cooperation to this community effort," said Mrs. Ablin and Mrs. Lehrman, announcing the traditional social affair. 'We are proud to say that the CJA Women's Division has become a nationally-known community group because of its years of service and unprecedented feat laM year of exceeding its quota." I.eon Epstein and Bernard Wekproccedings against illegally entersler. local attorneys, have been appointed chairmen of two new branch planning councils recently established in Miami and Miami Beach by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, it was announced by Stanley C. Myers, president. The councils will serve as governing bodies for the buildings which were previously known as the YM-YWHA in both communities. Epstein, who will be chairman at the Beach Branch, has served on the general Board of Directors of the Center for the past two years and is currently co-chairman of the membership campaign. He is also a member of the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Jew ish Federation and has been active in USO and armed services work generally. At the Town Branch, the chairman will be Weksler, who has also been one of the leading figures in the membership campaign and has ed or undesirable aliens are halted automatically when a Congressman introduces a special bill to permit the alien to remain here. Almost 2.000 such bills are pending before the committee now. In some cases, however, individual Congressmen have not been able to investigate fully. Further checks with the Justice Department show that the case is not worthy, and the special bill is killed. But there is long delay before deportation proceedings are renewed. Some times the alien cannot be located. Under the new rules, deportation proceedings will not be halted automatically upon the introduction of a special bill unless the Congressman sponsoring the bill gives complete information on the case. Rep. Reed said. Lorry Blue Features Accordion and Singing Larry Blue, accordionist and singer, is now specializing in party entertainment, including continental and popular tunes and Yiddish and Israeli songs. A band leader in Boston for seven years, Blue has been connected with Gray's Inn for the past four fears. He entertained at the Bar Harbor Club in Maine and was also connected with the Marshard Music Corporation, a Vaughn Monroe subsidiary. Blue has been a regular Miami entertainer since before the war and appeared at numerous oceanfront hotels and local nightspots. He studied music in Germany and was booked at resort hotels from Maine down through Miami and Havana, Cuba. He may be reached at 4&1279 and 67-6109. Kolkana Attends Orkin Conference Bernard Kolkana, manager of the local Orkin Exterminating Company office, attended the Atlanta Annual Orkin Conference. This year's meeting assembled over 350 managers and other supervisory personnel from the firm's 24-state territory and Cuba. The latest pest control programs of the company were discussed, as well as mutual problems involved in the expansion program. New pest control equipment was displayed and demonstrated by the Technical Department. In reviewing the Company's progress during the past year, Orkin said that his company had commenced operations in two heretofore uncovered states: Colorado and Nebraska. More than 40 new offices were established from Tuscon, Arizona to Columbus, Ohio. There are now 277 Orkin offices serving more than 3.000 communities from principal cities of 24 states, the District of Columbia and the Island of Cuba. At peak season, there are 2,200 people on the Orkin payroll. ^^^^__ Pine Forest Plans Reunion Pine Forest Camp will hold its first Southern reunion on Saturday, January 30th, from 1 to 4 p.m., at the Hollywood Beach Hotel. The function will bring together campers here who have spent past summers at Pine Forest in Greeley, Pennsylvania. Pocono Mountains. Established in 1931, the camp is co-educational and features a complete program of sports, leisure time activities, club organizations, game teams and religious services. rine Forest features a modern swimming pool, in addition to a spring mountain water lake for aquatic sports, according to Edwin I. Black, director. On the camp staff are physicians and nurses, a dietician and experts in the fields of physical education, arts and crafts and elementary, education. Black said. Icon fpifein Board of Directors, it has embarked upon this new plan involving separate planning councils in a* n locality in order to provide [or the development of additional leadership directly from the \, activities of the branch council will consist ot the chairm. n of rations program and administrative oonuBtttosa Myers stated that agency policl • will be determined by the I of Directors, while the planning councils will carry out the programs in each branch. Mid-Season Social Planned by Men Judge Irving Cypen. president of the Men's Club of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, announced a mid-season social to take place on Monday evening. January 25th. at 8:30 p.m. in the Center dining room. The evening's program will provide dancing, entertainment and a social hour, according to Al Ossip. program chairman. The Men's Club is now holding regular monthly meetings on the last Monday of each month. At a recent meeting of the Board of Directors held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gershon Miller. I special committee from the Sisterhood and PTA discussed a combined meeting Hold Membership Affair for February 9th, as well as a joint Chaim Weizmann Group of Ha I Pur m dance dur,n the montn o£ Urnmri WtktUr served as chairman of the Center's physical education committee. Formerly a basketball star at De Pauw University. Weksler is also a member of the Masons and the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Although the Center has one Weizmann Hadassah to '"• Ssaffc's 0wttfm4lm§ hmltk Cmmp far U*t mmi 9irit CAMP CARLYLE HENDERSONVUXE. N.C. h.art of vacationland. WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA DIRECTOR — WINTON L. MOELLER Principal, Woodward High School. Cincinnati, onio train d %  social and r.cr.ationa. activ.ti.. •tf' !" '"**'' Jf^.Jn Hor.abac* riding, watar aporta, golf Instruction. uoctor and rum on prtmuti. ^^ "NER: Mrs. JM Am.I. ISO Mtrialoa Avt.. Miami Beach Mi. SI-8359 ar S-0374 "• leersssatetlvsi! Mr*. A. A. Mavden Pfc. 4 "*, Mr*. Marry Orasimaa P. % %  • % Beth David Retains Hold on First Place in GMJCC Tou[ney Undefeated Beth David retained its hold on first place in the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Volleyball Tournament on Sunday morning when it defeated Miami Hebrew School in two straight games of a 2-out-of-3 series. In the other morning series, second place Coral Gables Jewish Center won over Monticello Park Congregation. Next Sunday's contests mark the end of the first round, with Beth David facing Coral Gables Jewish Center in the gymnasium and Monticello meeting Hiami Hebrew School in the yard at 10 a.m. The second round of play will begin on Sunday, January 31st. with the schedule of games repeated. dassah will sponsor a membership party at the home of Mrs. Harold Hurv.it/. 130 NVV 22nd Avenue, on Sunday. January 24th, from 3 to 5 p.m. Mrs. Homer Bievman, membership chairman, is planning the program. Mrs. William Lee, Hadas\ March. Rev. Ullrich to Discuss Israel Study Tour Rev. Edward W. Ullrich, of the Robertson Evangelical Reform Church, will be guest speaker at sah 'membership coorttaatorTwiii fi^iS*!?? 552fUt!!5 "' !" be guest speaker. There will also be a presentation Beach Israel Zionist District at the National Hotel on Wednesday, January 27th, 12 noon. Rev. Ullrich of Israeli songs and dances by the j W JH discuss his recent study tour Learsi Senior Judaea Group. i through Israel. GLASS FOB EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Famattux* Tops. BeveJad Mirrors and HaailTaring Our Specialty LAG. Glmsm and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORUN IRVING GORDON Dr. Fisher is Speaker Dr. Granville C. Fisher, Professor of Psychology at the University of Miami since 1946, will address the Miami Society for Ethical Culture on Sunday. January 24th. 11 a.m.. in the I.indsey Hopkins School, 1410 NE 2nd Avenue. His topic is: Pretence And Performance. Edwin J. Frank will ide.



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JewiislhJEII/Diciidliiaun Mount Sinai Women's Auxiliary Plans Annual Membership Tea on Friday IAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY 22. 1954 SEC. B HAlRfr^T BeltNet GALILEE JERUSALEM DEAD(BEERSH1BA\ XEGEVJ EILAT Algiers Operators to be Honored for Service to Israel at Testimonial Here The three operators of the Algiers Hotel in Miami Beach will be honored with a testimonial dinner in the Aladdin Room of the Hotel on Sunday. February 7th, for their devoted service to Israel, it was announced this week. A special committee neaded by fellow-hotelman B. I. Binder has been placed in charge of arrangements for the tribute to Dave Levinson. Charles Posner and Louis Kenin. All guests in the hotel at the time of the function, representatives of civic and community associations, as well as businessmen who know the Miami Bearh trio are being invited to attend the event. Reservations may be made at committee headquarters, 1622 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. "We think that the date, occur ing as it docs at the height of the season when so many friends of the three honored guests will be in Miami Beach, is a most appro priate one," Binder declared. "1 wish, however, strongly to recom mend that reservations be made at the earliest convenience because tie important role of the late of Israel Bond Issue in |e development of Israel's [rural resources was highahted last week with the disJvery of traces of iron ore in Upper GaWee (1). The % w find is the second trace iron ore to be uncovered the Galilee area. Early year, deposits were disDveied near Beit Netufa (2). Substantial deposits of iron \re are also known to exist in he Negev (3). >rm Teen Town Club |A teen town club, with its own unit, will hold its organiza^n;i! meeting on Saturday eve tig. B p.m., at the North Dade riah (enter. seating will most definitely be limited." A special presentation will be made to Levinson, Posner and Kenin at the dinner which will start at 6:30 p.m. Levinson is president of the Greenfield Park Synagogue in Greenfield Park, New York, a member of the Young Israel Synagogue, chairman of the Catskill Mountain area. United Jewish Appeal, past chairman of the Hotel Division, Combined Jewish Appeal, and past treasurer of the Hebrew Academy. He is 43 years of age, married and has three daughters, Audrey, Barbara and Carole. His family has owned the Tamarack Lodge in Greenfield Park for the past 52 years, and he also has an interest in the Loon Lake Hotel, Adirondacks. Posner is a native of Brooklyn and was educated in New York public schools. He received the Bachelor of Architecture degree from Columbia University, which also awarded him the Sherman Trophy for prize submission in a :lass competition for design. He The Women's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hospital will hold its annual membership tea and fashion show on Friday. January 22nd, li30 p.m., in the Di Lido Hotel. Mrs. Harold Spaet. president, will preside. Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Jaok Ablin, membership chairmen, are being assisted in the campaign for new members by a committee consisting of the Mesdames Maxwell Hyman, Herman Jacobs, Harry Kaufman and Murray Shaw. "Since the Women's Auxiliary is not a fund raising organization, we feel it most urgent that the membership be increased so that we may continue with our many volunteer projects in the hospital," said Mrs. Weinkle. Pink Ladies, volunteers of the' Auxiliary, perform such duties as assisting the nurses of the hospital, filling clerical and laboratory positions, giving information desk service, as well as manning the various projects under the supervision of the Auxiliary. The School of Practical Nursing, the Auxiliary's special project, is supported in great measure by funds raised by the Snack Bar and the Gift Shop. Additional nursing is offered to the community at large through this medium of training nurses. Books, magazines and newspapers are supplied to patients by means of a library truck. A hobby therapy cart is wheeled into patients' rooms, and trained volunteer-teachers assist them in therapeutic "do and make." The recently-established Babies' Alumni Fund provides layettes for needy new babies born in the hospital. Romantic fashions in Venice will be the theme of the fashion show to be presented by Goodman's, Lincoln Road. Phillis Carr will coordinate and comment. Fashions will be displayed by Coronet models, with hair coiffeurs by J. Baldi. "The top leading designers of the country will be shown, bringing forth the most fabulous fashions Louis Kenin. Charles Posner and Dave Levinson, the three operators of the Algiers Hotel, on Miami Beach, will be guests of honor at a testimonial dinner in the Algiers on Sunday. February 7th. in tribute for their devoted service t o Israel. came to Florida in 1932 and assisted in plans for the Algiers Hotel. He is 30 years of age and lives with his wife and two daughters. Lois and Eilene, at 4550 North Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach. A member of the National Association of Home Builders, Kenin is a native of New York City. He attended New York University where he took a BS degree and law course. He and his wife reside at 5730 Alton Road, and have two children, Rhoda and David, as well as two grandchildren. Demand Israel Kosher and get what you demand! You just don't know bow good a frankfurter can be until you taste these plump and juicy tSMtl beauties. Enjoy the matchless flavor of western corn-fed beef superbly blended with subtle seasonings. Beef, all Beef, choice Beef! ISRAEL NA a 230 N.W. 5th STREET FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF SALAMI • BOLOGNA • PASTRAMA foiotaujliat|iiiis/ Under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky and the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth [:onom^al, No Waste: te' -cal time' i*fffl%' Sold at leading supermarkets ^W^ 2nd independent grocers ^ featured at fine delicatessens. IAL KOSHfcR SAUSAGE CO., Inc. MIAMI Phonts 3-0721 34225 Mrs. Harold Smmtl for 1954," Miss Carr said. "We will start with early morning fashions on the coast of Italy and carry through the day. finishing with romantic night-blooming creations." Displays will include fashions by Larry Aldrich. Barnel. Ben Rcig of Omar Kiam, Monte Sano and Ceil Chapman. Mrs. Louis Glasser is arrangements chairman. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg is in charge of publicity. Palsy Expert Is Miami Yisiior Dr. Harry E. Barnett, attending physician of the Department of Orthopedics at the Michael Reese Hospital of Chicago and one of the pioneers in orthopedic surgery for the cerebral palsied, is currently conducting a medical diagnostic clinic at the offices of the local United Cerebral Palsy affiliate at 1612 SW 1st Street, Miami. Dr. Barnett, who is also affiliated with the University of Illinois and a member of the Department of Orthopedics of Cook County, is examining the over 100 patients who are currently being treated at the local clinic. During his five-day stay in this city, he is making recommendations regarding the treatment and the therapy to be used. Dr. Barnett's trip to this area was sponsored by the United Cerebral Palsy Association of Miami, Inc., which will conduct its drive for funds by holding its annual telethon over WTVJ from the Miami Beach Auditorium, beginning at 11 p.m., on January 23rd. Dr. Howard Engle is medical director of the local unit, and Franklin Saunders is the administrator. Robert Q. .Lewis To Emeee Show Robert Q. Lewis, radio and television star, will head the roster of stars of stage, screen, radio and television who will appear on station WTVJ Telethon for the benefit of the United Cerebral Palsy Association of Miami, on January 23rd and 24th, it was announced here by Otto Fenias, chairman of the entertainment committee. Lewis will serve as master of ceremonies of the all-night marathon TV show, which will get under way at 11 p.m., at the Miami Beach Auditorium, and will run through until 2 p.m. the next day. Last year's telethon show raised over $200,000 and set a new mark for one-night fund raising in this area. W. Keith Phillips, president of the local affiliate of United Cerebral Palsy, stated that "we are happy indeed to know that Mr. Lewis has consented to serve as master of ceremonies of this year's show and we know that, under his guidance, this year's show will be the greatest ever." Mrs. Barkan is Hostess Mrs. Abraham Barkan was hostess at a card party in her home, 330 SW 23rd Road, on Saturday evening. Proceeds are for an orphanage in Israel. Sponsors were members of Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi WaWaMUMHiiMMMH



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f*irt!tim* th, Swerdlin to Presented [wards at Dinner (Burnett Roth and Sanford M. Urdlin will receive awards at testimonial dinner to be held honor of Mayor Abe Aronovitz | Miami on Sunday, February 7th, p.m., at the Biscayne Terrace Lei under the sponsorship of kolem Lodge, B'nai Brith, it has Cen announced by Edward S. fcth, Sholem Lodge president. |Roth will be presented with a Lque in recognition of his many Ears of service as chairman of IT Sholem Lodge Anti-Defamafcn League Committee and his Immunity cooperation In behalf advancing good human relabns. [swerdlin is to be recognized (th a special certificate for his tivity in combatting Communer is Joseph A. Rayvis, who has annonced that reservations to attend may be made by contacting Edward Klein, 1023 Seybold Building, Miami. Rabbi 3io*e*on to Be iiuemt Speaker Rabbi Chaim E. Moseson, Rosh Yeshiva of the Rabbi Israel Solanter Academy, Bronx, New York, will be guest speaker during Friday evening services of Congregation Beth Jacob, according to an j announcement this week by Rabbi t Moses Meacheloff, Beth Jacob spiritual leader. Rabbi Moseson is a former principal of the Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim i>c.un, the Yeshiva Torah Vodath and the Yeshiva Tfireth Jerusalem, three of the major Rabbinic institutions in New York. He is vice president of the Rabbinic Board of the Bronx and a member of the Agudath Harabonim. Rabbi Moseson is also a journalist, having been managing editor of The Jewish Light, and is a contributing editor of Der Yid. Four of his sons are Rabbis. Subject of his discourse Friday evening is scheduled as: Moses And His Father In Law. Bazaar Brunch is Due A bazaar brunch and card party will be held at the North Shore Jewish Center on Monday, January 25th, 11:45 a.m. Admission is a new and saleable piece of merchandise, according to Eleanor Brown, hostess. Miami-Coral Gable* Pace Setters' tea in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal is planned by Women's Division leaders. Shown preparing invitation list for the event to be held on Monday, February 1st. at the Watersedge, home of the Sam Weissels are seated (left to right) Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman, Mrs. Sidney Leicourt. Mrs. Aaron Kanner. Standing are Mrs. William D. Singer, Mrs. Sam Weissel and Mrs. A. Frank Wellins. • %  %  •reeff lets sm and advancing democratic Iderstanding Swerdlin has been live in bringing to the attention groups throughout South Florthe Anti Defamation League's Haier On Communism—A Factr-Fact Expose, which exposes danger of Communism to the Dited States and Americas freeDm. I Guest speaker for the testimonil dinner will be Hon. Henry Edlard Schultz, of New York, na|onal chairman of the ADL. Chairman of the testimonial dinAMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE Due Here [State Senator Leroy Collins, csnpdate for governor of Florida, will jeturn to Dade County this weeknd to discuss campaign plans with is local leaders, according to Har|ld Vann, Collins' chairman for this ounty.


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LEGAL NOTICE IfSA B SftTffl ,'n-d n majority of .'.!/-( for that pnrtlc!,;.,. ,wnl thcic are more L.V, Sates running for the I „n the mndfaaU rel ,v shall be deemed I otherwise, wlthV( .1."'"" n Hul '' e lac Li I., a in-off between Kii„ receiving the two J. ,,t vote*; and ,he one C.lunK the highestnumf ,, ...,„| run-off election V",l I" have been duly Th old'.-. [UALIFIED ELECTORS: Elector i" one ho %  L, .can "f r v,r : lihf iliv of North Miami Tinonths. and duly reals1 Municipal Registration „i,l not disenfranchised DISTRICTS; ELECTION [MEN: For the purposes tn uf it"' Councllmen of L r th Miami Heacb. the jj„ r th Miami Beach shall L five (5) Districts. The M |d Districts ahall be I 10 Riuthwegt corner of -l-Lttii-hip 51 8<>uth. -,t, mil .Northerly along £,. • %  < Ihe i.liovetnentioiicd II,. Bast boundary line of I;.,.; i'( Railroad; flgdermg thlM said East |,v line lo the South line *. ', %  ->:. thence WMITO uu'lli line c.f Sec. 16-52-42 ller line of Dixie High[,. Northeasterly along fiine to the .enter of Sec. In %  Northerly along the bi the K' ol Sec. 14-51[Wesi line ol 'he BV4 of I in Ihe i enter of Section JHIII Kasterly along the P,, ihe KB* of Sec. 8-52Essl line of Sec. -..2-42; Ihnli along the East line 1.1:' and the Kant line of fc to the S..nth line of the |'.\K', "I See. 16-12-42; L ilong said South EurKectlon with the East la. line "I Federal lllghn. thence Soulhwenterly fci-i Right-of-Way line of fchw.ii No 1 i:10.45 feet y.io a point, thence f]\ at an angle of 73 ih.left with the pre. IK 7:. feet more or lean In. a line 4" feet North of 1| to the South line of rhe INK 1 of tin SW* of the .,-. 16-52-42; thence Basjrallel to said South line more or let*; thence n| 2S feet more or leas; tterh parallel to and lgo [of the South line of the S"E* of th. SW* of the \ 16-52-42. 375.3 feel to ikt-of-Way line of FedNo. 1; thence Southlong Ntiil Kight-of-Way li" the North line of the I. SW'. of the IWH of If Se. lion 16-52-42; thence K f<. t mire or leas to th* i ihe W!j of the WV4 Of bf see 16-12-42; thence lloni! -aid Kat line to the fif the NW* of the NW* of Sue 18-12-42, thence ilong said South line to %  line of ihe SK* of Sec. pence Northerly along aald to it* intersection with Right-of-way line of the l Coast Railroad: thence krly along aald East gay hue to the Interserproje, ton of the North ut ". Illoclc 1, Rlacayne IHutnl line, according to her. i f recorded In plat age 4 of the nubile rec* County. Florida; thence nng said projection and Hue of l,ot 5. Block 1. subdivision, to the West fay line of Federal HighII: thence Southwesterly Right-of-Way to the of la.t 4, Block 1. afureI'in thence Westerly South line of lot 4. and Ition thereof to IntersecVMEast Right-of-way line rlda Kat Coaat Railroad; outhesier|y along aald to intersection of th* |of the North line of I.ot 1. i "foicsald aubdlvUlon; Mlerly a|,„ 1K ^jd projeche North line of Lot I. to fight-. ,f.Way line of Fedray No i. thence Soiithl"n the Weat line of .."'-' %  to the South line i' k '. aforesaid nubdlvln ", ,"' -'•• v along the "f Lot i, Block 2. aforeto the Weat line aforeaald aulidlvi%  • > uliweaterly along line of .„i B : nd j ,,1,,,^ ei ul.dlvlalon. to the ,,"' I-ot 4. BI N" I: thence South"\"aid West lUght-of'h' South line of I/.t S. afoteaald autidlvlalon; % w ''" n ? ** u South -t line of \x,t 5 Blo.k ["" i-ubdlvlalcm: thence \ ong the Weat line "; -.aforesaid atilajlvi•y'r'h line of th. s | '• the NWU of Sec. '.thence htanerly alone -i one t„ ,he Hmm line of ht-of L ^V^'*'" n 'l Sotithwea.*„„"'J'?/'. R .'>".-"'-wv S .e'" 1, ;7-*r; rd ''<•" %  : .vV3 ""T= M -2S '"f way fil^S 1 i" '"' No .v,",. e 0 raOeral A th.Vie '""* ,n ,h %  thence Weaterly LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 13 B along; aald South line 25 27 feet to the Kaat line of th. NWH of the SK'% of the NK\ of the SW", ..I Section 21 -52-42; thence Soutli.iU along aald Eaxt line to the South line of the NWV of the SK', ol the NK'iel the 8WV, of Section 31-1242; thence Westerly along aald .South line to the Kaat line of the 8K4 of the SW 1 of the M; 1 .,f the HW% of Section 21-12-42, aald line being also the East line uf Lot 21. Amended Plat of R. E. McDonald Subdivision according to the plat thereof recorded In putt book 2. at page 22 of the Public Records of DM4) County, Florida, thence Southerly along said East line to the North line of Lot 28, aforesaid aubdlvlslon: thence Sou'thwestei ly along the East llm; of Iot 28, aforesaid subdivision (87.46 feet to the South line of Lot 28, aforesaid subdivision, belnr also the North line of the SV of the K'/i of the SVi of Section 2112-42; thence Easterly along aald North line to the East line of the 34 of the SWi, of the SK', or Section 21-52-42: thence Southerly along the said East line to the South line of Section 21-52-42; thence Westerly along aald South line to the West line of Section 21-52-42; which Is the point of beginning. Begin at a point on the South line of the NW\4 of Section 11-12-42. 4On feet Weat of the center of Section 15-52-42; thence Northerly and parallel to the East lhae of the NVi'li of Sec 11-12-42 to the South Right-of-Way line of State Hoad No. 828: thence Eaaterly along aald South Right-of-Way line 100 fe*t; thence Southerly and parallel to the East line of the NW, of Sec. 1152-42 to a point 6O0 feet North of the South line of the NW, ol Hec. 11-12-42; thence Easterly and parallel to the South line of the NW, of Hec. 18-52-42 to the West Bank of the Oleta River: Ihence Southwesterly and meandering with Oleta River to a point on the Northwesterly bank of aald river 400 feet Weat of the East line of the MW% "f Sec. 11-12-42; thence Northerly and parallel to the said East line of the SWi, to the South line of the NW, f Section 15-52-42 and the point of beginning. DISTRICT 2: Begin at the Southeast corner of Section 17, Townshlii 12 South. Range 42 East, run Westerly along the South line of said Sea. 17-12-42 to the Weat line of the K'.of the W, of Sec. 17-52-42: thence Northerly along aald West line to the North line of the S", of the N'4 of Hrr. 17-52-42: thence Easterly along said North line to the West line of the EVj of the NW, of the Ni:\ of Sec. 17-52-42: thence Northerly along aald Weat line and continuing alone the West line of the Si;', of the SW, of the SK', of Section 8-52-42 to the South line of the \W% ol the SW 1 of the 8EH of Sec. 8-52-42: thence Easterly along the North line of the S', of the s', of the SW of Section 8-52-42 and Sec. 1-52-42 to the East line of the W'/S of Section 8-12-42: thenc Southerly along the East line of the W4 of Section 8-12-42 and See. 1652-42 to the center of Hec. 16-5242; thence Southwesterly along the center line of IMxte Highway to the Southeast corner of Sec. 17-52-42; which la the point of beginning. DISTRICT S: Begin at the center of Hec. 8-52-42: thence run Southerly along the Eaat Una of the WJ4 of Sec. 8-52-42 to the South line of the N Vt of the S'i of the SVi of Hec. 8-52-42; thence Westerly along said South line and along the South line of the N^i of the SKi of the 8i/ of Sec. 8-52-42 to the Weat Una of the 8K' of Sec. 8-52-42; thence Northerly along aald West line to the South line of the NE 1 of the NE4 of the HW>, of Sec. 852-42; thence Westerly along aald South line to the West line of the NE! of the NE14 of the HWlt of Sec. 8-52-42; thence Northerly along said West line to the South line of the NW of Sec 8-12-42; thence Westerly along aaid South line "of the West line of the By, of the SWV, of the HE* of the NW"4 of Sec. 811-42; thence Northerly along aald West line to the South line of the NU of the Stt of the NW>4 of Sec. 8-52-42: thence Weaterly along aald South line to the Weat line of the EU of the NBi of the SW* of the NW, of Section 8-52-42; thence Northerly alone aaid West line to the South line of the NW, of the XWi of Section 8-52-42; thence Weaterly along aald South line to the Weat Mne of Section 8-12-42; thence Northerly along the Wee* Una of Section 8-52-42 to the South line of the N'i of the NH of the NE\ of Section 7-52-42: thence Westerly along said South line to the West line of the N4j of the Nyl of the NEW of Section 7-12-42; thence Northerly alone said West line to the North line of Section 7-52-42: thence Easterly along the North line of HertIon 7, 8 and S-52-4* to the West line of the SEW of the BWV of the W of Section 4-5241: thence Northerly nlong the said West line to the North line of the 8/i of the SVS of the 8Wi| of Section 4-52-42: thence Easterly along slid North line to the East line of the HW>4 of Section 4-52-42: thence Southerly slong the East line of the HW'i of Section 4-12-42, and the East line of the NWH of Section 8-52-42 to the center of Section *• 52-42, which ia the point of beginning. DISTRICT 4: Begin at the Northeast corner of the NWii of the NW, of Section 17-12-42. run Southerly nlong the East lliTf the W4 of the W/, of Section 17-52-42 to the South line of Section 17-52-42; thence Westerly along *e South line of Section 17-52-42 to the Southwest corner of Section 17-12-42; thence Northerly along the West line of said Section 17-52-42 to the South line of the N ", <•* the NEVi of the SK% of the HEV of Section 18-12-42: thence Westerly along the said South line to the West line of the NW of the NK'i of the SK', of the BE', of Section 18-52-42: thence Northerly along the said West line to the South line of the 8W* of the NEVJ of the SE<4 of Section 18 52-42: thence Westerly along said South line to the West line of the SK'. of the SW '. of the NEVi of the VK'i of Section 18-52-41; thence Northerly alongsaid West line to the South line of the NW". of the SW* of the NE' of the SE* of Section 18-52-41: thence Westerly along said South line to the Weat line of the E"i of the BE* of Section 11-81-41: thence Northerly along the West line of the E* of the SB* and the Weat line of LEGAL NOTICE r?!*'. KVi of the NE* of Section 18??"?! lo lhe Worth line of B. U-..2-42; thence Easterly along the North line of Section 18-52-42 and Section 17-52-42 to the Noitheast corner of the NW* of the NW* of Section 17-12-42, which Is the iH.Int of beginning. Begin at the Northwest corner of the SW* of Section 8-52-43; thence run Easterly along the North line of the SW* to the East line of the W* of the NE'. of the NW* of the SW* of Section 8-52-42; thence Soutneily along said East line to the South line of the Nyl .if the NW* of the SW* of Section 8-12-42. thence Westerly along said South line to the West line of Section 8-52-42; thence Northerly along aald West line to the Northwest corner of the SW* of Section 8-52-42; and the point of beginning. DISTRICT 5: Begin at the Southeast corner of the W* of the SE* of the SE* of Section 7-52-42, run Weaterly along the South line of Section 7-52-42 and the South line of Section 12-52-41 to the West line of the SE* of the SW, of Section 12-52-41: theme Northerly along aaid West line to the North line of the SE* of the SW* of Section 12-12-41; thence Easterly along said North line and continuing along the North line of the SW. of the SE* of Section 1252-41 to the Weat line of the S 1 -, of the NE* of the SE* of Section 1252-41; thence Northerly along aaid West line to the North line of the S* of the NE' of the SB* of Section 12-52-41: thence Easterly along aaid North line to the West line of Sea-1 Ion 7-52-42; thence Northerly along the West line of Section 7-1242 to the North line of the SW* of Section 7-52-42; thence Easterly along aald North line to the Eaat line of the SW* of Section 7-52-42; thence Southerly along aald Eaat line to the North line of the s of the SW'., of the NW* of the SE* of Section 7-52-42; thence Easterly along aald North line to the East line of the S* of the SW* of the NW* of the SB* of Section 7-5242; thence Southerly along said East line to the North fine of the SW* of the SE* of Section 7-52-42; thence Easterly along said North line to the East line of the Wyi of the E* of the SE* of the Section 7-52-42; thence Southerly along said East line to the North line of Section lv-12-42, which Is the point of lieglnnlng. Section 4. REGULATION OF ELECTIONS: The council shall make all regulations which it considers needful or desirable, not Inconsistent with this Charter, for the conduct of municipal elections for the prevention of fraud In SUCH elections, and lor the recount of ballots In case of doubt or fraud. Municipal elections shall be conducted by the regular election authorities, who shall have power to make such regulations not inconsistent with this Charter or with any regulations made by the City Council. Section 5. NOMINATIONS: Any qualified elector of the City of North Miami Beach, who shall have resided In the City for one year or more, shall be eligible to offer himself for any elective office of this City, and shall, not later than the 20 days prior to any election date, qualify himself for such candidacy, by presenting himself to the City Clerk of North Miami Beach, and there executing such forma aa are required by the election officers of the City of North Miami Beach, and deposit simultaneous therewith a qualifying fee of $50.00 for the candidates for the office of Mayor, and the sum of 825.00 for all other elective officers. provided, however, that a qualifying fee ahall not be required to qualify for any elective offices of temporary or limited nature and for which no compensation is paid, such as Charter Revision Board. Civil Service Board, and of similar capacity: this enumeration ahall not be deemed to be exclusive, but simply explanatorySection 6. PREPARATIONS FOR CENTRAL COUNT: Before each election the election authorities shall designate a central counting place for all election returns to be brought together and counted publicly: appoint a competent person to act aa director of the counting; employ and provide for the training of a competent staff of assistants, subject to any regulation of the Council; fix a definite compensation. If any, for the director and each member of the etaff which shall not be dependent upon the length of time consumed in the count; prepare detailed regulations for the count, which shall be issued In advance to the members uf the countinif force, to the candidates and to their representatives at the central count: and make other suitable arrangements for all tabulations of the election returns to inaure an accurate tally. All employees for the central count shall be selected subject to the direction of the Council. Section T. ELECTION POLL8: All balloting for elective offices shall take place at the City Hall In the City pi North Miami Beach, which shall be turned Into a central counting place referred to in Section 6 hereof, at the clone of the legal voting hours. Section 8. CHECKING THE RETURN*' As soon as the polls have closed the voting machines shall be opened by the election officials and In the preaence of the members of the counting force, and in the presence of the candidates or their duly qualified i.-|.io-entatives; and thereuisin the tabulations shall commence, and shall be recorded aa follows: The results as tabulated on tile machines for each of ihe candidates shall be clearly announced by one of the election official, designated for that purpose, to another of the officials who shall thereupon record to the credit of auch •iindldate the figures an announced and so on. until a complete and full tabulation of each machine shall have been recorded. As the tabulation on each machine shall have lieen completed, said machine shall he locked or sealed so that the tabulation shall remain Intact, and shall remain In the custody of the election officials and all such machines and records shall he kept by Ihe director of elections at the central counting place until a board hereafter deslnd as a •"Canvassing Board" which shall be comprised of the City Clerk. Ill'ertor of Elect lone, and a representative of each of the Candidates. If they so desire, ahall, within two (2) days of the election date, canvas the machines, recheck the tabulations, correct any errors, snd mske final certification of the election results. Section 8. VOTING MACHINES: The Copncll shall have the power to provide for the uae of mechanical or other devlcee for voting or counting LEGAL NOTICE the votea In accordance with the principles set forth In this Charter. Kor this purpose the Council may mo'iiiy the Form of the ballot, th. method of expressing choices and the ariangementa for conducting the election and the count, but no change shall be made which will alter or Impair the principles of the voting or of the counting. Section 10. PUBLIC SUPERVISION AND INFORMATION: At each ele, tlon of the Council, any regularly nominated candidate shall be entitled upon written application to the election authorities at least five (5) days before the election. (a) to appoint one person and one alternate to represent him as watcher and challenger at each polling place Any person so appointed shall have all the rights and privileges prescribed by law for other watchers an.I lullengers at any election In the same place but a watcher and his alternate shall not have the right both to remain within the voting place at the same time. Such watchera and challengers may exercise their rights at the voting places until the ballots have been sent to the central counting place, but not more than one watcher for the aame candidate shall have the right to accompany two or more ballot boxes while they are being taken together. tb) to appoint one representative at the count In the central counting place, who ahall have full authority to move anywhere within the central counting place, and to Inspect all activities of the count without Interfering therewith. (c) to appoint one observer at the central counting place, vrtio shall be given facilities for keeping m full view of all ballots outside of containers and all containers of ballots at all times when such ballots are not being sorted or counted, and from the trme when the first ballots arrive until all ballots have been placed In containers and removed for aafekeeplng at the end of the count. The election authorities and the director of the count shall permit candidates to mske subMltntions for persons originally appointed as watchera, challengers, represents tives or observers; the candidates, representatives of the press and, so far as may be consistent with good order and convenience, the public shall be afforded every facility for being preaent and witnessing the ballots cast at each election shall be preserved by the election authorities until the terms of the members elected there at have expired. The decision of the director of the count shall be final unless appealed from In which caae they shall be subject to Immediate review by the election authorities. Section 11. VACANCIES IN ELECTIVE OFFICES: If one or more vacancies should occur In the elective offices of the City of North Miami Beach, the election authorities shall call a special election of officers to serve for the remainder of the unexI ilred term. Special elections shall be leld ithn'i sixty (60) days from date of vacancy, except that If a regular election for such elective office to serve for the next regular term has already been held, or Is to be held not more than (60) days after the occurrence of the vacancy, such special election need not be held, and the officer or offloera elected at such regular election Is completed. Any special election shall be held as nearly aa practicable according to the provisions for a regular election. Section 12.* ABSENTEE VOTING: The provisions of Beet Ion 101.61 through 101.70 of the Florida Statutes and any subsequent amendments thereto, is hereby declared to be the law governing absentee voting in the City of North Miami Beach, provided, however, that the City Council is granted the power to conform aald statute to apply lo the City of North Miami Beach, and to enlarge or dlmlnlah. any time requirements which are set up In the statute. The purpose of this Bectlon being to provide a aatlsfactory method by which elections may be held within the City of North Miami Beach In an orderly manner, the "Law of Election" as reflected In Chapters 97 through 106 of the Florida Statutes, entitled "Electors and Elections", wherever applicable. Is hereby declared to be the law on elections In the City of North Miami Beach, and the City Council shall have the power to make such ordinances within the Intent and framework of such Florida Statutes to make them applicable to the City of North Miami Beach. ARTICLE IX. INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM Section 1. Power of Initiative Recall Power of Referendum Form of Petitions: Committee of Petitioners Filing, examination and certification of Petitions Amendment of Petitions Effect of Certification of Referendum Petition Consideration of Council Submission to electors Form of ballot for Initiated and referred Ordinances Availability of list of qualified Electors Results of election 1. POWER OF INITIATIVE: The electors shall have power to propose any Ordinance, except an ordinance appropriating money or authoriilng the levy of taxea. and to adopt or reject the aame at the polls, such power being known as the Initiative. Any Initiated Ordinance may be submitted to the Council by a petition signed by qusllfled electors of the City equal In number to at least two per centum (2 1 *) of the registered voters at the last tegular municipal election. Section t RECALL:
As to City Council—Any member of the Cltv Council may be recalled or removed from his or her aald Office upon the Initiative of Ihe electors of the I'lstit. t from which said Councilman has I,, en lected, In the manner and number as hereinafter prescribed. li.) As to Mayor er any othsr elective offlcse who is elected from the City-at-laroe—The Mayor or any elective officer of the City who la elected from the Clty-t-large mav be recalled and removed from his or her office upon the Initiative of the electors from the Clty-at-large as herein prov Ided. (c) To Initiate a recall—Any qualified elector of the City and District, or the Clty-at-large, whichever la applicable aa set out In sub-sections (a) and (b) of this Section, may make and file with the City Clerk an affidavit ontainlng the name of the Coiimll2. S. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10. II. 12. Section amendment to this Charter provide for more than one Councilman from each District), or other elective officer of the City whose removal i-< sought, and a statement of the siwciflc grounds for removal. The Clerk shall thereupon deliver for approval and signature to the elector or the electors making such affidavit, copies of the petMtlo:, blanks for such rei toval Such blanks shall lexecuted by the Clerk with the signature and Official Seal thereto attached; the.v shall be dated and addressed to the t'it> Council, and shall contain the specific grounds for recall, name or names of the person or persons whose r.uioval Is sought, and the office from which such temoval is sought. All i oples of the petition shall be entered In a record book to be kept In the office of the City Clerk. The recall petition, to be effective, must be signed and filed with the Clerk within thbty (20) days after the filing of the affidavit. The petition before being final shall be signed by li% of the registered voters of the district or of th* Clty-at-large, depending upon whether the officer comes within the category of sub-sections


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,s for Mount Sinai Jubilee Shape as lointments of Chairmen are Made .„i „f siso.000 has been set chairmanship of ticket sal** t. PAGE 7 B |,,,| of SISO.000 has been set fount Sinai Hospital for its I 4th all-star Jubilee. The [ncement by chairman LeoWicn disclosed that "this IP highest g>al wc bm* •* %  | ( ,,l in our four years of fund g one night shows." A four. e ntt rlainment program is Lied for the Miami Beach Lrium. with Ed Sullivan as I, „f ceremonies, lumber of appointments were [announced by Wien. Sid llin and Benny Gaines have designated co-chairmen in of entertainment, with Elm heading the production he fourth consecutive year. Jtose will be in charge of volts assigned to hotel promoVhile Mrs. Lillian Shaw heads flephone and delivery squad %  ice workers. final report on chairmen and I r will soon be made by Wih<> indicated that the list reach close to 150. "With greater goal, we need a much ; number of ticket sellers. Our was nol arbitraily set. It is Ion the largest deficit in the fy of Mount Sinai Hospital. bear's hospital losses were 0. Thi Hist of operating our f:h. training and free-sevice keeps mounting steadily." ined. Plough last year's ilMM* raided _0. thr Jubilee chairman was Istic tti.it contributloaa this would achieve the higher "It will lake a lull hniw. >i capacit) crowd in the audim to do it, but our workers I keyed up to their prodigious Gertner. executive director punt Sinai Hospital, and his lant. Sab Zibit. accepted cochalrmanship of ticket sales to vendors. "Although our deliciti con Unite to mount each year." Gerts*fr stated, "we cannot afford to discontinue any part of our charity work, the training of residents and name, unergency clinics or other non-profit facets of our hospital work. Our research department believed to be the only such project in a voluntary hospital in this area, is bringing much recognition to Mount Sinai. Ed Sullivan's stint, his third year in a row, again comes through the cooperation of the LincolnMercury dealers of America. The newspaper columnist-TV star is rounding up a stellar array of talent for the one show he does annually in the Greater Miami area. Malavsky Concert Set January 26th Cantor Samuel Malavsky and his Family Choir of four daughters and two sons will present a concert at the Dade County Auditorium on Tuesday evening, January 26th. 8:30 p.m. The program will include Jewish. Hebrew, English and liturgical numbers. The Malavsky family, after visiting the State of Israel and concertizing in the United States and Canada, are now famous on radio, television and platforms as the Singers of Israel. In a part of the Malavsky concert, the girls will appear in a program of cantoral music. Also program of cantorial music. Also Yiddish melodies and jazz versions of Jewish songs. Proposed Charter Carefully Read, Judge Indicates Judge Norman R. Lyons, who is acting as attorney for the Charter Rparh"?h %  B an l .* North Miami way thisr would be pofjtbfe under Beach this week indicated that the, tbe present charter would be by "?."„ l < uest,on,n l a citiW voting out the council at the next for the best interest of the community. "In this way," Judge Lyons explained, "the voters would have a chance to veto any legislation and keep it from becoming law." Judge Lyons continued that "it s interesting to note that the only LEGAL NOTICE ""••tine here proved to him that the proposed charter has been read very carefully locally. Lyons answered many questions having to do with the provisions pertaining to the bonded indebtedness legislation and the initiative and referendum provisions of the charter. "What impressed me most," Judge Lyons stated, "was tlfe interest shown in the provisions of the charter pertaining to the permissive referendum. The citizenry seem very pleased that a progeneral election which era Id be as distant as two years away." LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN thai the UOaeraigneri, deHlnnt; lo eiuta;.in luiftlnex-. undar Hi.fii'iltluuH num.of i'EOOYh lil-.-AI TV SALON, 1NV. „l 163 7 Wimhington Avenue Miami Beach. Florida. Intend to reglater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit louit of Hade Count}, Florid*. PBOQVB BEAUTY BALON, INC. Bj> JACQUES AI'EKIIAi-ll. President MABOAIOBT AIKHBACH. __ Secretary GEORGE I'HKRTKiiF, F.Sy.. Attorney for I'l-mo's Beauty Siilon. Inc. I __--'-.— it/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIC'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalRned, dcMiini; to ninnii' In liuaiiiem under the flctlttoui. nun..f WIEKKIt WINK Cn. ,,| 3522 N.W 'iih Btreet, Miami, intend* to reajtater >..nl nun,with the Clrk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida SAMUEL WIEDER Mi ILLY \V1 EDER BERNARD \V 11,1 HI: Attorney foi Apiiliraiits sn Lincoln Rd 22-21 — 2/6-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN the underalRned. deMrliiK to cnkiiifte in bualm I he fli I It lou nai e LONDON PLATERS, a) lOlMI E Ml Btreet, Hlalaah, Florida, Inti rejartatar paid umt with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad* County, F'loi Ida. LARRY LONDON 10X0 E. 2lili Ktiaet, H'alenh STANLEY JOEL Up\ INE, EtMj AUornev for Lonffiln T'latera tXU l/mcoin l;..ad| Mian i i Bemih. f'l 1/8-I.S-22-29 NOTICE. UNDtR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I the underalgnod, denirinK to entea'i huafneaa under the fictitious uai SYDNEY BEAUTY SII'I'I.Y CO.. at i %  I'OJIIDM AveQua, Intend* to regi*t< r*ald name with the Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade Comity, F'M>rid SYDNEY BOBELBON A. J. KAPLAN' Attorney for Applicant ZS3 Lincoln Road 1/1S-2J-M — 2/.'i MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY Or DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. MachteL Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St Phone 87-8201 ?*•• %  Judge Mormon t. Lyons vision has been placed in the proposed charter which not only makes it possible for them to initiate certain proposed legislation, so that it would be finally acted upon by the city council, but more important, that they might initiate referendum on legislation which had been passed upon by the council in the first instance and which the citizenry might feel was not 3 14th, "proves that the citizens of North Miami Beach are vitally interested in better government." Members of the Charter Revision Board were cross-examined at length by the representative group at I ending on the various phases of the proposed Charter, and many NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS %  NAME LAW NOTICE 1^ HKRKBY niVBN that ic undri aigned, dealt Ina to el MI uiifl. r the rlrtltloui n.iiTi...f %  I>I-:I:ICA LYNN HHOP", at l"i'l Lln• % %  n Road, Miami Bearb, Florida, Inti 'i'lto i. ri HI. ,lli Hi,'•l.rk of I'MCircuit Court of Dad* Count). Florida WILLIAM I1 IX. .11! 8ol< l EDWARD H rtEKNICK Attoi ii -j for "Debra Lj nn Rbop" .' 5 I..' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IHEREBY GIVEN that thi underalaned, dealflna to ensac< In -inii-iihr "The Bweater Marl" I :'L'--J:. — 2/5-12 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 165453 I."I IS RUBIN, I'laintKf, va. SARA RUBIN, Defendant. •UIT FOR DIVORCE TO: SARAH Itl ItIN 4MB \rt Street. N W Wanliiiiuiiin, D.C. Tou nnharab] notified ilun %  Kill<>( Complaint for Divorce baa been fili-il afalnal you, and |rou ai,raojulr-d to MT\Ia oopy it youi Anawer ir I'leailina to Hie Llll of Complaint <-n the iilalnllff'N Attorneya, KKSSLKL A. I;.\IIS. i:_ %  \v. Plasler Btre*t. M ami, Florida, and file Hi I |lnal Anawai 01 Pleading In tbe n I ihe dark nf th.I'in-ini couri on or bafoia ihe l::iii da| of F*abi lai if you fail to 'in ao, judBment by >> %  faul ill be taken lof d< mandad In the Bill of Co p| mil. Thi nol II • %  itaaH lie publiahed each week for four i-onaei utiee wi in THE JEWISH F"LORIDI >N DONE \Nli ORftERED si Mi I Floi Ida, Hun l^th da i'i ,i K i: u: \i III:I:M AN. a) i Ii I lade Count). Mm I WM W. STOCKING, %  i '-.in i .Depul NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is MKItKI'.V UlVEN that the underalBned, dexlrlnit to enmiti' In litiHlneaM under the fit tltlou* name of SUPREME BEAUTY PARLOR, at 27 B.K. lut Av. MI.IMII. ml. -in I • ter mill name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. KDVTIII-: COHN 1/22-29 — I [ %  II NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IF HEREBY CIVEN thai the und I, dealrina lo • %  neaae in %  a under the Hi 111 loua name of APPLIANCE CENTER, al l40 W. Plaaier Btreet, Mi. ml ntenda lo ri d name irlth tha rierk of ihr ciieult Court of Dade County, FTorWA8HEI INC MVi:i!.-. IIIIM \.\ \ KAPLAN Atto ini foi \ upllcanl d l:ldi!. %  2 6-12 Mmyr Dan Diefmbach sections were read, interpreted and discussed. Mayor Diefenbach said that the City of North Miami Beach "is so strategically situated geographically as to be the logical recipient of the gigantic development which has been flowing northward throughout these last few years." He stated "it is my opinion that the adoption of this Charter will help the development of our community because both the investor and homemaker may, upon inquiry, know they are living in a commu nity which by law protects them in every way." NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 165627 8IIF;LD0N MOBD, Plaintiff LORKTTA SANDRA MOBD, I i.-i.-n lant SUIT FOR DIVORCE %  : %  iRETTA SANDRA Ml 'ED V.MI in a hereby notified i al %  Bill ..( CompuUnl fin Divorce baa been filed asalnal you, and you are required in aerve a oops of your Anawer oi Pteadlna to Hie Bill of C'oniplnlni on Hi. plaintiff! Attorney, BEN l-:ssi:\ ii-.i.i Bulldlnx, Miami, Florida, and file ih,original Anawer or Pleading in I'IIoffice of the Clark of the Circuit Court on or before thi ISnd day of February, IXT.I if you fall t.> do ao, juilKiiiiiit by default will lie taken aaalnat you for tha r,-in-f damanded In the Bin of Complain I DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, thin isth dm of January, AH 1954. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clark, I'liiu'i Court, I i.ule ('ountJ F oilda. B) WM, W BTOCKINfi (Circuit Court Bean Deput) Clerk. BEN I:SM:N, F:S'i \\. in,.• I: viin.'ie. New Jer.ev Y<|ARE HEREBl NOT1P1E • Unit .i BUI nf Cmpiami for Divorce h II I (i i iialn."*t you. .md you .ue ii-i|iiired lo a er ve a cap) of "i Anawer to tinBill of Complaint for Divorce on ihe plaintiff*! attorneya, OWNET A CJENET, 120 Lincoli Miami Hea.-li, Florida, ami file thorlalnal Anawer In the Off r iiiCJerk of the Circuit Court, on i fore the 2nd da) of Febi or a Decree Pro Confaeeo iil ba entered aaainnt you. DATED at Miami. Florida, th da of Dei ember, I I i: I! LEATHERMAN, i ik. Circuit Co |ii. i',.-Hi i-'.n Li i. B) B. II RICE i Si-.-iii I leu ity < NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I I tha undei %  (ned, de i ln to en* CABINET WORK! North M with thi I i.ule 'ounl \. Florida i-'i::i:i: at \an INDUSTRIES, IN HOMER I. MARLOW nay for I'll..-: ii!.. %  || Inc. IIS Longford Building, Miami, nmida i. i-s-i:,-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is lii:i;i:i:v OIVEN the underelgned, deairing to • iml. 1 III" flctll •• Of SEYM* II R II' iTl'i.. ..i "I., f nai vnni.i Ave., Miami Beach, FT* Int. nda i" i -inwith • ci.-rk of the Circuit Court "f D County. 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%  IS 1 I ^-SiiaiSt* PAGE 4 B **/** ffcrtfto" FRIDAY, JANUARY 22. 4 %  Wflirhanslfih %  %  Kadison to ippea A group of Jewish artists, who fre making a Jour of the South pider the auspices of the South frn District of the Workmen's Circle, will present a panorama of 900 years of Jewish life in the United States at a concert scheduled for Sunday evening. 8 pm. i/. Cooper. r in Convert Here Bureau Offers Scholarships for UM Hebrew Language, Civilization Courses day, January 26th. at the Bureau building. In cooperation with the UJu .,.,tv of Miami, the Bureau la offering fully accredited Univer Mty courses at the Bureau building in Elementary Hebrew and Hei Harold Thurbrew Civilization. 'The courses man chairman of the Bureau'm designed to stimulate a greater Scholarship applicationfor I ni fered at the Bureau of JewtaJ Education building 188 NW8W ^ve. Miami, for the Spring term are now being called for interview, .wording to an announce jects to be offered for soon, to Adult Jewish org\S throughout the Greater Miami I munity. Panel subjects and r^' speakers are being C omnS with first meeting to OTKT the early part of February. Xdult EduVaUon Committee I study of these subjects by Jewish Uat.ons... ^viewed -each,, %  £**-. ^ prtiPTWifil J i •> Jewish schools of Matka Itirt prano. is known (Of her renditions of folk tongs in Yiddish and He brew. In addition to appearing in j New York, she has given recitals in Chicago, LtM Angeles. Atlanta. Birmingham. Houston. Memphis and Savannah Miss Copper il -i M %  BOBH here hrmti H/aficfeansty ; at the Lyceum. 25 Washington Av enue The gruup includes Israel Weiich.insky. Masha Benya. Charlotte Cooper and, Tola Kadison. Wciichunsky. who arranged and directed the entire production, is a known actor of character parts. He has appeared on the Yiddish Stage in New York and during the last two years toured the United States and Canada. Masha Benya. a dramatic soBernard Stevens. Charles Gottlieb land Louis Schwaruman onTues Miami AJC to Meet The ne\t regular meeting of the Chapter of the American Jewish Congress will take place on Wednesday, January 27th. 1 P m at Beth El Congregation a report on the Lathi Quar nner—dance and a discus OB the donor projects. Miss iine Grumb> ad at rhe Miami Library, will .-. MrGould M> Mother-Inlaw. bj Andre Haul Refreshments will be served Greater Miami," T h u rman explained. Registration for the courses will be held at the U M Evening Division on February 8th through 12th. with first classes beginning on February 16th and continuing thereafter on Tuesdays and Thursdays evenings. The Bureau is now planning special panels of vital Jewish subTHi PKCT CRACK* hH mm*, —a. m t — % %  Tea TW> MM for oMd^ MKkWl aft *• *• %  fcfcta ItmU • mmk mm u ...li-iAiprfniMMM.dw O — -s 2 %  £ :r. 82£fc e 4 -s i5 S r > -~ < Chorlottt C—ftr and has received positive notices for her musical work. Pola Kadison. piar.'.st. will accompany the group. The local production is sponsor-; ed b> Miami Beach Branch No 682 to* .ti W.-aeci Qb as a eon *"" %  '-'-' ~ -' "'~ i_~-3 .4. BSfO> :nnun :i i L-X MOC Lot Sct Tcos C-ZT^TSet ""le Vir*r! ~aue .>-aa 'ester :mai tat amta %  BBBta unwr -ae sawcuratoa a! 3* ."-ITHr —n-nrt^ u JO a—mcTin-n TM-J v~?s_ y>,;. lair* EHT TwrsErr Jaa| an 2Bx : : : a fa JJL ja, : fhataa? ."air.iar %  • WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Ctermg Service Bnauflful Han D'oemrres MadotoOnkr RanUl of CSUfA STL VIEW AHE LIKENS fii'i r a in man i and all nth at •raia amiiuaJ fa* TOW tnrw i; aad micrm*l attain PHONE W463 "• 3-*V .^D*M 4 HOC DAYS IACI & nLL*CATERERS a s m mrKaai w ,*.,. You can't foot the Pa/ate! Tast tellj — end your very first tail* of WOLFF'S BROWN KASHE tells you if* 100% real b udewtaot. MLtuout roattod nintho flavor. A doHaMM braekfaU c*r*ol... • t awplbig lret ot a •id.-diih mmHmd of rie*, p o*oa*. boam. 1 So good *o many wwysl Mdi in protein and othar wnoUioma food I OELiaOUS • NUTRITIOUS • THIIFTT *tso tHJW wotsa s CMAMV KsnNtis... oiHOHrnt svex wwATcani Mtrs (asrroMSMaf...fAsr rootoan .AAW jm* **m ON S 4 I I A r ** W I K < HEK STORES LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES Ccluiv Oiatributort 0g N.E. 2nd AVENUE. PHONE S-fTtl Si i% fl 0vi nff""S5i / • ; i MAMISCHEWITZ MmOKwrnmr's Favorite KOSHER WINE l* • JJUNEl IDAIRY HEALTH "IGG5 BE5T >, BUTTER MBnpi§ a*Mrml lupto n %  llnkn T*wnka aad CJW COULTON BROS. "GARAGE



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•3i%i"; H }i?l^-ii^£3!es^p!$&/ vs^j^s^wV '. *JmlstB^^= FHIDAY. JANUARY, PAGE 2A McuriB f E *tf2ft3SK 400 Civic Arthur Godfrey will be honored K Yor •I M Vice Pres. the WSJ** — u>iness and ben Bart.ey.Ch.ef Ju,^^.;— — ^ AppM ,. the an0 Dougla>. Senator Wa>ne whicn ^ves M wtal ^fSSS ,iw* -ncie, and many local tossttut.ow Sam J. Heiman^ vecume. i> chairman ol Piw-ion. and iSSk rum, nualdnve^ch-rve-J u-iA. aeennes and aod a h o I t of famed per*< bit* '" %  of relision and literature Weinkle express appreciation of Godfrey acceptance to the affa: e |* al,wd rderl ctpt : onne .,,.: Miami attorney h.urman ..! opportunity ill '^' •thank*,.!. !" %  • %  en it of r. : '' in %  The tn: Hadassah Plans Annual Dinner at Beachcomber; Tucker, Hutton Star bv the Greater Miami Jewish Fed eration on January 28th for outstanding service to his fellow-man and to his community Announcement of Godfrey"ac ceptance of the invitation I tend the banquet was made b> Weinkle. president ol the local Federation. The oreanwat. the central communal body • represents major religious, fraternal and social welfare organizations of the area. Six of Greater Miami's leading i-inessmen l.ave been named to the arrangements committee in charge of the dinner honoring God fray. WeJakle said that Sam Blank. Sam Fnedland. Max Orovitz. H<> ard Kane. John Serbin and Louis Heiman have accepted major post! with the committee. Reached by local leaders in charge of the affair. Godfrey exBed his appreciation for the unique honor accorded him by the Miami Beach group and said he looked forward to bein^ there to participate in the program. This is the first time in the 16-year history of the community agency that an entertainer has ten selected to receive this type ; -ingular recognition, according to Weinkle. Some of the nations leading dignitaries in the fields of law. nment, welfare and educa:. honored : • dinni rs I include Judge S its of I'N Delays DeBate On Syrian Complaint Continued from Page 1 A f the Jordan waters .nto American hand" MemN • I delegationI d at !he Security Council were -een today by Israeli diploma* Also Amba-earii| coaiittg musical ---Get Your" Gun. to be^ w ,.r.A^roii as a re ui atiena uuIUIKUI !" % % %  *** %  „V I^Kla Room of the Saxony Hotel. IZFA Collects Technical Books for Israel Schools The University of Miami Chapter of IZFA. the Inter-collegiate Zionisl Federation of America, is currently sponsoring its third annual book drive Books covering such subjects as mathematics, engineering, science, philosophy and medicine, as well as other texts of a technical nature, are urgently needed for use at the Hebrew University and the Haifa TVchnmn in Israel, according to Miss Jackie Golden, drive chair:..in Mi-Golden has announced that r tin-far over 500 books, toward a goal of 1.000, have been collected. The success of the drive depends on the contributions received from the Greater Miami area." she explained. Persons wishing to contribute may phone 9-6372 for additional information or may books at 135 NW 3rd Avenue on p ( k the center 22nd The show, written bjtleaon and Mi rum ^k* directed by Ed kj Bush as production Members east thus £ Wynn Lapm, Fran lmi salie Hirshberg, \, Robert Tauher. The nada Women's Chon|] also participate. The Center has sen ted South Atlantic* fl] TV and the annual V night variety shows Proceeds for Ioj|] Tamara Chapter. en, will hold a card pirn] day evening .,t the R Proceeds are for the I scry Home in Israel, the chapter Making plans for the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah dinner at the Beachcomber on January 31st are Mrs. living Westin (left) and Mrs. Joseph W. Littman, chairman. Mrs Joseph Littman. Hadassah Medical Organization chairman of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah, announced th:week that final arrangements are being completed for the annual dinner-dance to be held by the group on Sunday, January 31st. 6:30 p.m the Beachcomber. hospitals in Jerusalem, Safed and Beersheba to which Hadassah -endAmerican drugs and equipment. Hadassah also maintains a chain of over 100 health stations, a third of them in cooperation with government authorities It ipi at oneering anew in a control group of community health centerin IlilLU'l AZA \:IIIII*S Officer* Hillel AZA held its semi-annual elections at the Coral Gables Jewish Center The following were named to office: Aleph Godol. Murrey Kane; Aleph S'gan. Arthur (' Jacobson; Aleph Mazkir. Marvin Aronofi; Aleph Gisbor, Sheldon Kanzer; Aleph Mazkir. Jules I.ipp. Aleph Shotare Godol. Paul Klite; Aleph Shotare Kotoae, Kdmund Parnes; and Parliamentarian, Lester Meltzer. DAY WORHJ| Umihn Catered Maiai-'art TkWj Tim* w Prh*M| ACE EMPL01 tt7 N.B. Ut A ( No Chl'gi W 350 Lincoln Bail Menanina — PhewM Cniranca on W uhti ssj OCULISH • Proscriptions F1 • Lenses and Fn Duplicated • Large Selec*eoas| Styles S. J. Freedman & >I. Rophun HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sta. Habraw Religious Suppllaa For Synagogues and Private Use, AJao tor Hebrew School*. mN "C1D Telephone 5-1017 Israel Certificates With 3.500 members in the Milne Jerusalem Tel Aviv corridor \ ami Chapter of Hadassah and the "here I (rash concept of prevents % Beachcomber able to accommodate' v< medicine, social welfare and > f % I AUTO LOCK A HARDWARE been designed, ac. treatment is ning will include the present lop extended to all elementarv K hool beaduners, Sophie Tucker and children in Jerusalem b) the Na Betty Hutton. than and Lena Straus Dental ll> Assisting Mrs Littman will be s*tena Clinic. Examinations and the HMD chairmen of the various treatmentare Iree Clinics Ira groups The Mesdamet Irving Na •ten held m Sex Hygiene and Orthanson, Deborah; Ruth B Goodthopeduman^ Hanna Sene-eh; ( ele Rosen, The Hadassah Hebrew I'niveruiZ -u l oW: „ Aar n Coorshon, sit) Medical Scl I a pened in Sarrv iS?ESS?*^!** Ma> lW wlth ""Mam* 5 Berkow^ L S P? !" ? 5 rtttd,ntl ,nd n w h ^ a Uldeill n., !" .. o h aloma; „ and J^'Ph.budy of over 400. Most of the L. man. Stephen S. ,-e | gra(lu .,„., ,„ |l( ^^ 'Jj froceeds from the dinner-dance! Nursing School are now lervini in toward maintaining the seven I institutions all over the country, many in key positions. Hada-sahu,, r k „, i sra ,,i ,„. eludebealdtt the medical health Projects, a vocational educational lystem, rehabilitation and resettle "'nt Of youth refugee, n I. r .,e| and redemption and reforestation f *• l;,nd H* I'Uman added WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS LOCKS PADLOCKS KEY SLAMfl] ,_. 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PAGE 6 B + kmiAY, JANU ARY Greater Miami's RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY S ,C^ HEBREW ACADEMY %  hold New Law Junr !" l M j STlJ^.TSS-SuS .day MK semces a. 5:15 ^-^ZH^S^i^ "" n £•"„.* „ b.,^ momiM xrw iarna Kammeakf kiddush will .... m ird A*. Friday p.m. Saturday are at 9 am ander Gross will preach .. morning services jaeaia _— when Rabbi Atefollow under the aiupm of the W WIU preach on the Sisterhood. s. Abraham %  snail Do P And We Shall %  *-. a* Mrs. Aaron Wemgar a.,; Hear .Mincha will be at 5 par. tea winj as hostesses **" a ,ts< ,*. %  >• %  L*I K followed by Shales Seudos Daily b at 5 30 pm. Mlowd by Skate u, %  { %  *,„. dafl will e .. ,,. v ..-• i;,. .i AN. Pi.M -ervices are at 7 40 a.m.. and 5 15 Seudos Rabbi ^^—~~ —— pm. Sunday morning service, are cuss the WeeklyJtjOoa. Ju> ^.^ at 8 a.m. >emces are at %  530aad6pjn A daily lecture ser D '-S.-U.-J-'. -. ~ >tsh bwH and cwstoms is BETH EL CONGREGATION wffl les on hold Friday evening services at green by the Rahbi between after c 1 1 -.,.,„ 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning >errcoon jernees. ices are at 8:30 am when Rabbi Shmarvahu Swirskv will officiate MtAMl W€BEW SCHOOL AND and discuss: The Decalogue RabCONGREGATION bi Samuel Krolowitz will conduct e\eciti service* tt v !••>" — Rabb! A>*an.lr III St., MB ~ iv .-%  • -gi 'if. !"J1 K ; Ahrj*.. CMPortion of the Zohar Junior >en a m_ Ices urc in Academy H^.: tt I a.m. • • • FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER Friday evenir p.m. will b guest spei Shapii M AM :EiCJEWISH CENTS! at thM I ... • Ch "' Z>" --. In U tjinitman. son y u Rir !••* %  < Sei—RM>i Inriag I-ihrman. vt H v ,-tr-- Scuaci Rl • sjrk — Ral S V\ II Bl v • laratl • N Tame S "i T* Jawiali Cemn • %  T faratli -iti %  to be conducted by Rabbi Max M 1 Landman Ira Wyner. student of the Hebrew School, will chant the %T\i<-ev assisted by the mixed choir Theme of the Rabbi's sermon will be: No Slavery. Said The Lord The Sisterhood will sponsor the >neg Shabbat. Early evening Mrrleea will be held at 5:15 p.m.. conducted by Rev Rudolf E. BrilL Saturday service* will begin at 9 a m Rabbi Landman will speak on b It Possible To Live Today By The I^ws Of The Torah. Mincha i* scheduled for 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv • • • TEMPLE SINAI, of Hollywood. will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. The service, as well as the Sam service Saturday morning, will be dedicated to the Bar Mitzvah of Henry (rcrtzman, son of Mr and Mrs. Louis Gertiman. The Bar Mitzvah will participate and deliver a message during both services Cantor Joseph W. Malek and the Temple Choir will render the mu-ical portions of the liturgy. Rabbj David Shapiro will officiate. Subject of hi* Million is schedtthy I Believe In God. The Gertzmana will sponsor the bal following and tender n on S iturday morning n ol the Bar Mit/n ony. Daily morning >erv it !l a m TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHand Mrs U mis Kaplan, and Jerald. SIDE CENTER | Hi • | v ; take place Rabbi L : Portion ol •-.'ler the I are in the chapel at 8 a m and 545 p m. Rabbi*< • • KNESETH • GATiON will hold Fridaj evening :it 5.15 pm • / A %  ;• am. when Leonard, son of Mr and Mr* Bernard Handsel. § 44th Court, will become Bar Miti \ah He will a-sist the Rabbi durISRAEL CONGREing Friday evening and Saturaaj morning ierviee a Md during the Saturda) confirmation ceremony will preach morninare at 8:30 am, '>n the topic: The (all Of Isaiah when Cantor Abraham S-if will The Handsels will be host; ,t the BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE Mine! :, 3.1 p m Kiddush following. • Dailj Rabbi SI md 5>30 piro MONTICELLO PARK CONGREnish officiating T, ON 1 Fri ening the v^M V \ ," with urda; .,'.., i„'A %  v,;; 2 •• I. uledas: Al i. ^ponatrori^wJ^Br 'xi* rtahbl }owoh B. Rackorsky •45 Michigan Avenua Miami B*ch Pbona 5 3595 Now bake luscious ] kosher fruit cake ] lnonly4nmto frm packap to *,! (cost is so small!) and you got it complete ...fruits, pan and all! TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Fridaj evening wrvici 8:13 p m with Rabbi Leon Kro%  %  tel. son ol II. r : ISRAELITE CENTER : '""' DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE %  v. will TEMPLE ISRAEL %  8:15 'f Life. A B topi. lor 4:30 pm Of Our Fate. Saturday moraine "'•' : '" Th 0ne Shabbat follow K. C? ,"i "*. at 5 Dm • Builders of Immortal Memorials for the ri-ort <* nan Jewish Trade ?-StO|| White Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKEBS S40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Opn Sundayi Phont 4-324J mornm "re at 11 a.m.. wh I b) Mr "I Miami Saturday n will render the musical por,non| h>* serviceare at 8 am. of the liturgy-. NORTH DADE JEWISH CENwhen Allan Tro,,,,. son „ f Mr and !" Jiu hold Fridaj even,,, Mr. Jach Troop, will become Bar ,V",,L l n "" h "11 1 Hen WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER 52* hold early Frida i evening Eg,, -erv.eeal 5:30 p m Late services 30 p.m.. when Rabbi Alfred V.. -..man will fficiati el by the Center Choir. Sul sermon ischeduled % %  ah. Rabb, llaiavsky will 1 (,k "-"'' """ %  i:.li. 1 ^ Subji ^h on the Weekly Portion K M rm "hMuni in a -erie„ n ha 1at 5:15 P m followed bs X'l "/;, ,'""" Khedul. •a Seudos U|,n Al1 rhy Hear) Cantor \t„,' ;"Neuwiil render tS n BETH TFILAH CONGREGA""'"''""he hlllrL:> ';' TiON will hold ,-::,., ,,,., : "< h ir under the •>'0 P.m. Saturda BETH JACOB CONGREGATION ^^.J"'' 1 !" sUm> ,;, '"'"rrah cla hold Friday evening set at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Chain M on. Rosh Ve-hiva of the Rabbi rael Solanter Academy. Bronx. immwmi5Ef222 Jtw '5H CENi,.",'.' "" '"".re> Mr rf „' New York, will be guest speaker. Iz. l^ ld Pndav evening TV '1.. d( .I"" 1 >>. |— I ATION hlws r 1 •" %  GemornOi claaa of ih B • ( h " ^ ^^ "^ Oneg Shabbat will follow. Satur" day morning services are at 10:30 the JUbbi Mescheloff will discuss: The -"SS^ Liaten To SCHACHTERS New Yiddish Prooram NORMAN R. LYONS NX



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INUARY 22, 1954 ^Jewlstrhr/dOan PAGE 3 A mf man to Address Florida JWV srly Convention at Richfer Kofei Imnn. executive director p.-h War Veterans of the es, will attend the quarjit ion of the Department JWV and address the delegates on Sunday, |th. 10 a.m., at the RobHotel. a past national com |JWV and holder of the rial Medal of Honor, will with commanders and the State Department Ft a clinic for post com nd junior officers. I, Department Command Tla, America Legion, will \v and address the conguest of the Jewish War I Bruce Brown Post, Mibe host post. Arrange |bnnj; directed by Oscar I Miami Post commander, [Marks, junior vice cornwas first sergeant of 308th Infantry, 77th the First World War. attalion was part of this \v was welterweight boxun of his division and as the best top kick in i was awarded the Con, | Medal of Honor, when er of a patrol, he went %  chine gun nest which Ing the advance of his \\ the men in this patrol I or wounded and he was I from them. His right pattered by machine gun in spite of this, he adthe machine gun nest throwing hand grehis left hand and fin ng up to the nest with ristol, after having causthe enemy to retreat, number killed and knd capturing one man pned. p<>u to this, he was awardby all of the other Allied countries for his many other heroic actions in the w;ir. At one time. Kaufman ran away from a hospital where he was a patient due to a wound receive.I in action, and he returned to his company, again entering the front lines. He was national commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America for two consecutive terms, has been state commander of the Disabled American Veterans of the Department of New Jersey and is also a member of the American Legion. Family Choir to Appear On Forum of Air The Cantor Samuel Maiavkky Family Choir will be guests' on the Jewish Forum of the Air, according to Simon Seiden. program director. They will be heard Sunday morning, 10:30 a.m.. over sta MOO WMIE, in a preview appearance before their Tuesday evening, January 26th, concert at the Dade County Auditorium. Beach Lodge to Hear *j Rabbi Steiman Tuesday Weekly luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be held on Tuesday, January 26th, 12:15 p.m., at the National Hotel. Rabbi Sidney Steiman, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Hillel, Mattapan, Massachusetts, who is in Florida on a vacation, will be guest speaker. His subject will be: Jcwishness—By Birth Or Character. ten *af Vturt'lls to Give truncheon Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Powell will be hosts to Club No. 2 of the Pioneer Women's Organization on j Sunday afternoon, January 24th, 1 p.m. They will hold a luncheon at their home, 624 • 95th Street. Guest speakers will be Mrs. Abraham Hamlin and Mrs. Lena Greenberg. Proceeds are for the Youth Village in Cannot, Israel. Mrs. Powell is president of Club No. 2. Leo Eisenstein has been elected president of the Miami Beach Board of Realtors. Eisenstein has been active in local business, civic and philanthropic activities for many years. He is a member of the Board of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, has been active in official capacities in the B'nai B'rith organization, is on the Chamber of Commerce and belongs to the Shrine. 1,806 is Goal Set by CJA for 1954 Committee Lists Allocations iutd from Pag* 1 A Jewish Congress, JewCommittee, Jewish War land the National Complations Advisory Counts included in the 1954 Jewish Appeal are Jewish Education, Jewfor the Aged, Greater wish Community Center, u ee Program and Vocafcpartment, Mount Sinai (National Council Jewish American Friends Hebrew American CommunicaIfemann Institute, AmeriInion Society, American rael Institutions, Ezras adassah. HIAS. Community Labor Isfceer Women's Organizaperican Association for (iucation, B'nai B'rith National Youth Service Appeal. Hist ad ruth Ivrith of America, Jewish Occupational Council, Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital, National Jewish Welfare Board, Yiddish Scientific Institute, Dropsie College. H e b rew Teachers Training School for Girls, Hebrew Theological College, Jewish Teachers Seminary. Mesifta Tifereth Jerus, Mirrer Yeshiva, National Council Beth Jacob, Ner Israel Rabbinical College. Rabbi Chaim Berlin. Rabbi Israel Meyer HAC, Rabbinical College Telshe, Synagogue Council of America, Torah Umesorah, United Lubavitcher Yashiva, Yeshiva Torah Vodaath, Yeshiva University, American Jewish Congress, Jewish Labor Commission. Jewish War Veterans, JDA (ADL & AJ Commission, and National Community Relations Advisory Council. NOW YOU CAN FLY A NEW SERVICE 4 Engine Air Coach DOUGLAS DC 4 At Lowest farts Ever Synagogue Choirs Make Bid to Participate in Local Jewish Music Festival Four synagogue choirs have already announced their participation in the program of the community-wide Jewish Music Festival which will be presented at Flamingo Park on Sunday night, February 21st, under the sponsorship of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, it was announced by Robert Strassburg, music director. Other community choral groups are expected to join the program shortly. Organizations represented thus far are Miami Beach Jewish Center, whose cantor is Philip Brummer. with Joseph Schreibman as music director; Beth David, with Cantor Maurice Mamches and choirmaster Miriam Donnerstag; Coral Gables Jewish Center, Cantor Irving Robinson and Robert Strassburg; Zamora Jewish Center, Rabbi Max Landman. The GMJCC festival chorus meets Monday nights at the Cen, ter's Town Branch and Thursday nights at the Beach Branch under Strasbourg's direction. Residents of both Miami and Miami Beach are invited to join the chorus on either of these nights. I Pittsburgh $40 New York $39 Cleveland $44 Chicago $46 Detroit ... $50 California $99 All fam Plus Tax CONTINENTAL AIR COACH 327 E. FLAGLER STREET PHONE 82-3607 fare Includes Meals • Stewardess Service • "/Million hMIe" Pilots • 40 lbs. free Baggage • Free Ticket Delivery y>^W'W-n M -'WrW'W'W-nw'W'W^M-'W'W'W'W^ We've Added ts -fa* Coin Operated Locations 4* PINE FOREST CAMPS I POCONOS "0, WOm Tt Sky UW OW 23* YEAR Since IMS, when we registered our first Florida camper, guthern part of our camp family has been growing. P.v. meeting friends from all parts of the country is excellent fur children. t"it spend a pleasant afternoon with us? 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PAGE 8 B 9.jenisf>ncr*fi9n ""PAY, JANUAR? LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Notice u heraaj 3 •" %  '*' %  5* e, !l • lection win se • ••- ••-• : North Miam. EKA:r :' = J "~~ • 'clock A M --: : --: = Monday. Feor.i.-, i '.t-< :-' pOie: SHALL THE PROPOSED E\ SED CHARTER OF T -E TV F NORTH MiAVI BEACf. PREPARED Si" THE CMART£= =£. SCS BOARD PLRSLAST TO TH STATUTES OF TH£ STATE OF FLORIDA NOW IS EXISTENCE TO WlT CHAPTER • OF THE FVOK IDA STATUTES .'• :CHARTER REVISES THE PRESES* CNARTI OF THE ClT> OF NOR*V AV BEACH ANO PRO. 3ES r C= '-JLRISDICTIOS AS3 POWER1 SAID CITY, BE AS — ;.-: i'': ADOPTEO OR DSAPORC.E*NNOT ADOPTED. PROPOSES REV SED C-AR-E FOR THE CITY OF SORTv i BEACH. DADE CO.S-v -_: = :• ARTICLE INCORPORATES FOPV OF GOVERNMENT — POWERS Bee tl .''.'•: • Section I ISCORPORAON : Ml >... Hun U mlta %  provided %  i •'ili i •.the Sou Seci sj i the Weal • ii• of the 1 ... ....... • • %  %  %  • • • %  S • tl %  %  '.-!. tha Soul -• • ITJ-l. u • : ; • %  %  l • •!..• NES f Vi. •. -1. ',' ,. the Weal • i %  %  >,: ..' ; '7 !:• %  :. North* \\.... | .-'A r thi • %  • n. -. the SE' s -. sectlol ... %  to the Soul %  M: • %  • •-• %  %  -. • %  %  %  %  .' % %  %  %  %  Wf'h %  No %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I %  '. lh "'• r aald • i. %  .. r thi %  -•• %  • • g Kr ? ,'•' %  "" '"" 1-52-4! Thenea ,.r ,•-..;.''* }V"-' ••" of th SKI. %  -. %  -. -. t %  -• %  : ', •" -r. •s. &f • ---. % %  "•" -. • • LEGAL NOTICI \ u we. %  '. KM the IMtnl 1 IB?"* ... •• SKt I -,BV OF GOVERNIk) in i HI I mi I ., '• Parka • indn -'• .. ... M.iii tn .IVI IT. lejlioiial fivlda I-m kins M.U .i> Uccuralna to rovtaiuna of the i.eier*l I ...a... % n %  • U>ll t.. i; It, Imlu. Ive, of i mnda To ei %  .... • iirdlnanera tfItilnpt -. %  %  • %  I %  %  U. -• !. .. %  thereof I • %  %  %  %  mh%  %  %  %  %  II U i %  %  I.... to I hi • : %  %  "' %  ; lioutherl] %  %  v, %  aloim %  I llri. ... ;, nl belns %  II. .in %  • • '• %  1*1 I H i: MrUnnafl '• Hi f th, v South llm %  V""NW'/ofthe "f flitNRi; ,,r ii,,. vvi / £&& sESS r Th. n ..'.rV,u-nri" ?"!" n M7 •; feel ',,, ,L -:AERS OF c • I The %  %  %  %  .... •hit rVir'•... iviti %  *^ i MWVq % %  .'; %  %  • %  • in" nrh p" • the rM %  lent for %  ENUMERATED POWERS OF THE CIT V ,i :. %  • %  I • .II IT'ivr n I | I. I %  |U II • %  • Tl'l'tn' • .,.. %  ncnte %  < I ni. any no ill irlrei %  '• %  • Ml-ll v .. %  %  %  • pul,. %  • to %  md tali .„.;., i ,. To !••>>. aaaaaa and rolled %  \o on ie.il "i n^rvonal or l.nih. •> -,1 mich Rpeclal aa-|.. i .1 ,.i I... .tl unjii "\ • %  • and i-nviiiKr ,11 :..• laufiil f"i i .in > leiat [tui|*ona .tii.l power* <>f lhi ,t dad th..t ii-. laocaa In i-ii.tii ba ki ',''1 rfit ul i puMle library; '. %  t t.,\i borroa money, wilhln the i'i hj %  ii law; and n i .II. t apacial aiueiiinent> unfei rid • Kh ,11 ln.i nubile ,.. inn. i,.,.... hiii-. L*onatruotf ,n .,,• ,ir leaae %  ll .lo •• %  -1'ilre by therwlst, within or oithi.ut th. iimii prapart) mi Ii pura"'**'*". aub• l..i lwi|M.M-d by I. \ f..r In in-.ilerllon .in.l m-ll bonda on the .M u hole ..r in pa, t. M ui> % perty, or of auca e\nj public utility I, the "it. or "f II,, ,. entaa lf I."III. in. In,In,it th. is,. 1111 %  t > If ilexmed di fi alatlas the %  lillee BfMf I I th. I", III,I To l Im upon %  ai4? hi,h is *• '•" | "' % %  < KSJK ;-. %  M.. f h;.';:r,"-f J ^ t ^ ^'Th-^Ktr^V'^'-' aVMBU l 1 I *l%  el Im. '" tbet privlb-i, "" K police I'd %  '' i IMnm ,„..,, "'aaae^ "ot' m Z '.' which, in raaa of f..re • -• in., v opal ale > ,. h ul idMimiMer hjiHt to the •;. i. i .il a ithln n r ; i %  i.i > ul i not. in %  i I .:. s I. i", alun .....,.,poa I he ;. ii iMIltatlon ,.f Ii >sht< .1 ar... .... ,^,,|v non, ilii Tor awra a t^tj. To pmvldi I Ho nl lot il airI ,.! | %  i i,, • i,. .%  m I "i propei • • %  .i -T-. %  leenied ARTICLE II THE COUNCIL; THE MAYOR I I -' I 1 'I I Th 1 M '' % %  ( (ha i'... • Vaeaa. ie. : louawfJ 1 cil rato % %  -i %  Me, %  %  H il, of 1 I ., and public l ., ..I Ordli p. r.n. s oTSm fr'Sn %  vot, n2QU AL Fl f? AT l0 ^--oun,-llma, •;if coun. -i LIOAL N0TIC| time lo time ,„ h ,. pertoim all duti.., i,,*^!'*' awn. odk-era.., ,„„,,""•;' *3 lor or Con,i and dull*. .,„ ,,. .,„.'""' N M may hereafter I... r,.Ja ??" nanie ana by ti,i i-hrM? *J '• %  lii.r^i. A full ..,,.1 ,.„'' 1 aS"* ill d of iieanta of ... • s t<""nt; and ahall^S-1 ..,,., si.I.I..., %  -. "I*, and aubniti t,, ^'">,, oun 'l t the w meeting in each h shoHliif the -"• month Mnounl ,,f „ penaaa of each • I'*, larpairta Hat! men! iiutac. the pte.edina month, p 1 ^ the amount allov.. i i„ *J Tlien the Annual Ihl To act on all ni,|lnaaa>.. by the City c-ou.,.„„,',r, Q J be aubiultted b.f,„, .„i"JW lect to the Maw „ r ,1." Mayor, for hi* appi„| 1( 7 he anall aian the -.,„, L^ lo the rity fieri, ,| d o_ return aunie win, |,, „ bk writlna. to the fit) lounHfl al reauUr meeting i-aiiae the aame to l. pntet* upon Ita recordn ,,f their li.ga, with the M,,,,,', thereto, and pans n .„ u ,I|M,II conalderati.,1, • ah.,11 paa aald Onl flftha 14/S) ma>irili vot, J vote "hall he entei.-.t u p..n onla. auch Ordinal,,.. hall ..,„.• law, the M a v lonirnry notwlths,. i, ni nance which ahall not lie i the City Council at the meeting after It.. |ieaagt written veto, ahall i me'il like manner aa if ..ppruved | Mayor or Acting Mayot. •action S-VACANCiES IN l.-nt of | • sejice of I %  II art 'it ai I rht to) he citjrJ -hall. b1 OK ilAYlill The I-, Council, during the blllt> f the May.,,. Mayor, but while e> he ahall not have th. vote aa a member ol but the flty c eaae, elect a Praaldeat pre' ,n iaae the Ma>or >l ill t* ib^. lalH.rlng under any rtltabiUtj MM than three daya at .i lime, the I Itig Mayor ahiul • the sil.ny lor the time >.f hi ah dlMiiillty. provide,!. ih,t In the I of the abaence, alritt, r ilk %  ..t,..,i of the Mayoi i or the I dent of the City Council, the Council may ele<-t nn, t lu ta who ahall he Acting Moor. ...tiiia Mayor cannot sit aa a HM-II; and, prut trie d, fun laae of death, reiK i failure to •|iiallf> • or |ih>-lcal dlaabiliti %  • In failure to elect a May, -h.Pre of the Clly I'nuni il i aa Mttove piovl.le.l. ah I,what] ilutlew of aald afflce nitil (:IM manner and purau.,, t All \'in. scii.im fi ..f t:... I'harhal Section 7. DUTIES AND POM OF CITV COUNCIL l"Kjr| '..ill ha\e tae pov to etla all of the pvai'ii. grant, I to IM "f North Miami i • Charier, together with nil lion all faiueia aiai nv The berelnafl. i • • %  'i tl.',ilnr iiowera in th • tuirtar not be il. • ad la i...n to ti,e powera i *"4 I .>r Implied tl,. iah) -e of am 'i I %  tll.lt I he I'll .i i:.| ni.iv axel all which, under Hie and granted '• .la of iltiea an I t l.i> Of lag Stale ..f I be • i ni|srtent for I i all) in • numeral.ENUMERATED POWERS indie tea) h. ana I saal It • sll.'l, md auca I.i, tad I ,rier a*, „f the L* •at nei-eal ,1,,. ninl I %  liee I,, nnual • %  vMuip,,,,.,,, atliis 11,-tiif) (K) "ilnlatrathm """ -"i'l Ad. nilnlMrallon ( J Amphitheatrea ."" "' ,,. '"'. '. '"uncll %  ; ""•' n\. "'' '""" >• %  fler, I,, ,i her-. ".-n.-..„, B r a y f'V.V>';l,\ ,| l ;;;,;-•:';> 7 iHe.-itv %  s ,;; -.'"I.""'* "lea a nartv, "* *" %  where th. I'-iLl'" s n • "•'"Ior olher ine to which /"••el., cnntracla. ••"' % %  hich ih. %  '"" ,n wr ','," ,h v'""i Ido „ vi I lie Cnarier and win • %  rllani. or which m hereafla preacnbeil by CIO > dinaaca; To make. eataM for th' 'iiivrriitneiii %  Ihe Officer* of aeid %  nancra In wrillna. Ijwa and Itulea of in nt with Ihia i 'onatltutloa and In.Siatea aa thev ma\ il II) To paaa all Ordin >••! the p, naltiea foi \ of, aa may ba Bi pravaal and abate n,iiaacea .1 To leatraln and p leu" I,ling or olher disorderly in pi. .nt the running at cattle, homea. dog". hog. Koala, and fowla and other tl. bird". In the afreets or City I-in,Ita and lo mil""*" aame. „ (•) To provide for "".**? menl of waterworks -"" /" planta nevewnary '"' t "* and may make ronlraria to lite aame. and era an establish. I the ofieraliiai anJ nuinW same. si_ (II To grant muni. Ipal fran.lu" transportation trlcei.iph an" phone ompanles f .a ( To reei.lale lh"i" !" M ,• aireet or other railwaji "•>" toe cm Limits <) To ll.enae. control and privllerea. Inisln. %  % %  %  • %  and profeaatona carried o *T.. gaarea) In within th. c <'~*!1? • lha amounta of auch *•"_-_* laaew ahall he fixed by T^? rTJ i-9 which amount of sa,U %  ", — BO* be dwpendent upon, state revenue taw. iMI and !• founeal may charge bceaj nad exceeding rive llundrea OKX-S. '-?:> -•->.anaTVje. slew bnjr*^ aaacted aaaal malnuiaed wwji ly l.linJta unlll %  U '"J_|SI •hall raaa fliat been pa* -. CHy Clerk. ,iarula* 1 (10) To ,-onlrol and '"•JT *, aaU of latoxlcjdlnr ll 2^siafl and bear within the CIO. •"



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[avid is an eighth grade student _Nautilu.s Junior High School %  attends the Religious School) Tthe Miami Beach Jewish tenIk reception will be held at the. he of the celebrant on Saturday ; Dins. Out-of-town guests will in Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kaplan [ Mrs. Helen Jacobaon. at the Miami Hebrew School •rhere he i-. advisor >>i the Junior ( ongregation. The Bar Mitzvah will address the cong-egation Rabbi Simon April will officiate. Kiddush will be served by his parents after the ceremony in honpr of the Bar Mitzvah. Out-of-town guests will include Mr. and Mrs. Scbneiderman, maternal grandparents. of Akron. Ohio: Mr. and Mrs. B. Lazarus and family, of Cleveland, Ohio: and Mr.and Mrs. S. Roseman and son, of Chicago. Illinois. Tarr of I I Mrs DorTl uncli and aunt. Mr. and Hi Geoi [e I hen, MO] j SW 16th Terrace, Miami, announce the birth of their daughter. Bev arly Anne, at Doctors Hospital on January 8th. Mrs. Cohen is the (former Romisa Rosenthal. daughj ter of Mrs Sophie Rosenthal, 1502 I NE 1st Avenue. Mr. Cohen is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cohen. j 301 Sarto. Coral Gables. for the FBI, %  U and function of Mrs s Meranus discuss the work his organization. will preside. Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rRh Women will hold its weekly in. norah games party at the Empress Hotel on Wednesday, January 27th, 12:30 p.m. • • • Menorah games party of the North Shore Chapter, B'nai. B'rith Women, is scheduled for the Monte Carlo Hotel on Wednesday afternoon, January 27th, 1 p.m Exterminators ESTABLISHED 1939 l!nuTtrenry 3-5210 DIAL 58-7341 BtTTII SERVKE AT REASONABLE PIKES I BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH at I MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH WASHINGTON AVENUE f Doiit At. •.• %  Daniel William Wieselberg, 4on of Mra. Ray Wieselberg, will become Bat Mitzvah on Saturday morning, January 23rd. at the North Shore Jewish Center. Daniel is a student of the North Shore Jewish Center Religious School and attends Nautilus High School. SOHHUJ KOSHER CATERERS Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties AT YOUR HOME. TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS 1701 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Phojne 58-2305 or 84-2078 (Evening*) UnJer Complete Supervision of Greater Muimi Vaad Ha^djhruth 8 the home of \ SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •res U.S. pat. off. 'Miami Miasai Beach • Fl. Laudsrdala Wast Palm Beach "Picrvfff rows!ir WITH falpk Photographic Specialist In 30 True-To life C.Ur and Black t While Candids For All Occasion* — Waddings, Bar Mitivahs, Anniversaries JUip*. ferftail '"oat 13443 % % % %  %  \ HIGHEST QUALITY I pj^ Certified Concrete 'Bm'd *| |f and Column Blocks • Central *ai Traasit-Muej C^cicie • Concrete Ai|fe,ates ^c-ureie V Joists • Do System I Floors v and. Roofs • Preitresscd Beams! • ',Pre'cast Channel Slab. • Le Precast Wall' Panels • Cs.menl KocK • Sand • Cemenl. SUmp. fFire and'Common Qfick • S eppinj ,' Stor.-s •Re.inlorcmi Steel • t Lumber Millwark • Ma-ieur, Materials • Vermicul. Fio.diicts • | Roofine Materials' • Bu.lders Hardware • Bunders' Supplies '*-.i



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PAGE 16 B JfnUfJtrrl^trL J21DAYJANU600 Persons Attend Hebrew Academy Function; Pledge Building Program Aid Miami of our people shows thai H h planslhe^n !>.. %  ^.demies and -yna •• %  ''• (ii| ^. | ,., H ,.. iini baartl to expangogues which have fwd ana Academy of the hil sixth u^nioned our my of We. enab;'< Initiate the pl-rii pie's fumt.-. there cm he onl) ona answer and lhat ii the Hebrew i D and lift Dr todroa calledn lboa r" %  f %  ivwiv ina* %a 3 3 ,.,., ,„ not let th* nittht pa Official, of the Greatr Miami, of our people shorn met u na committing yourselves In Hebrew Academy mapped plans be*n the ^.demies this week for their year of e don following a successful sixth nanioned our way •*•• ( ''"" nontdeUy InlUate the plena annual dinner at the Di Lido Holing us to survive in the face ol • ,el. Sales of dinner ticket* and persecution and affliction %  ^ ^^ journal advertisements mounted Mayor Harold Shapiro, honor %  sunervision of the to the S40.000 mark with some 600 arv cha iman. served as toastmaster "^"/yjL.j v.,..J llakashruth. persons attending the SlOOa-cou 0 f the dinner. Mrs. Jennie Gros I'^'V lh F K ickovskv dipie function. singer and B. I Binder wxhair JJ*' *>• %  l ~ K.icknv.sk>, In addition, several leaders of men. thanked their large comma u l :''J extended by the Academy me. shortly before | tees for making what they termed < %  < •'^ |H ,, n( the program and pledged more "the most cceful dinner in ^ .-ha.nnan of the than S50.000 towards the proposed Academy history. Charles Frucht'-.n^ new building for the Miami Beach man. co-chairman, was unable to x,cuu .... Kllhiniiv .... school No solicitation, were made attend because ... .he Lineo. h. President. ^*£g !" $ !" at ,he d,nnor I ""*; R c Women. Herman Eisenberg. execuRabbi Irving Lehrm:m. the eveDr. David S. Andron. presidenl |ye (1lI| ( tlPr and Rabbl Alexander ning's principal speaker, said that of the Academy, sent a n s ( ni ^ pnni .,pj,i •the American Jewish community, which said in part: The Academy • ^ h n | n ()f t | a f unc tion was now entering its 300th year in the program presents to us and to the ^ • > a| ^^ CJinUU f(lln United States, accepts the chalworld the .Mini dimension iin edu g Hjb|)l Qn ^ M(|n ||wn lenge to build." The spiritual, ration, in life and lU fillfil men g ^ |U( ,,.„ ts t nac t d thc leader of the Miami Beach Jewish To those who have struggled with; d Un ,, thl ,,,,, ulh „ f Ih( Center asserted that "the history|the tangled problem of our P<'" M |locll „,„„ „. K K nnin> wjth eight kindergarten pupils in 1947 — -pjj lo a capacity enrollment of 252 : itudeerti toda] Mrs Miriam Dnnnerstag. musi r..l director of the Academy, and MrGershon Miller, dramatics dir, produced the play with Gross Rabbi Mi M< i helofi gave the ition Rabbi Rackovsk) said and Rabbi Mayer Abramo v.,i/ |ave the '" a liction. The new Academy, which will be located somewhere In Miami | Beach, will have facilities for some 500 students Local Civic Leaders Assume Prt Spots in Heart Fund Campaign F Two local civic leaders this week assumed prominent roles in the current plans fur Heart Sunday on 1 chruary 14th. Mrs Aiix-rt Bernard, of Miami Beach, was named co-chairman, representing one of the sponsors,' Fund campaign thu hour period on th e Sunday, February 14^ donations to the 19541 Former Gov. FulU. general chairman £, Greater Miami Heart Association. Dave Emmer. of Miami, also a cochairman, is representative of another sponsor. National Children's Cardiac Hospital. Emmer formerly served as president of Miami Beach Civic League. As one of the two original directors of (he Cardiac Hospital, he has made a hobby of spending much time in its behalf. The Cajrdiac Hospital and other hospitals in the area will share in the research funds to be raised in the February 14th roundup. This week, a group of telephone workers canvassed intensively throughout Greater Miami to re eruit volunteer block workers to visit their neighbors during a fourber of active commit being created to ^ Month solicitations | R 1 MIAMI UACH 1104 Lineal* Ra. •,„'! 5-3112 a/no* i4 1114 lUKOWi Mie.il,* • M7J HARDINC k% SarfcaW HAIIIDAlii Mr* 1-r .„ BH Results of the successful Hebrew Academy dinner at the Di Lido Hotel are checked by officials of the school's sixth annual SlOO-a-couple dinner. They are (left to right) Lewis M. Escott, vice president; Rabbi Irving Lehrman, principal speaker; Mayor Harold Shapiro, honorary chairman and toastmaster; and Harry Genet, chairman of the Executive Committee and acting president. Toynbee is Discussed The Beth l.l Radio Hour over n VYMIE, Friday from 4 to 4:30 p.m.. will present Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky in an address on Capsules 01 History, He will analyze Professor Toynbee's thesis of rising and capitulating cultures (pompleh and JbependaHe -Viiie Bi i Ian M Talent Rani ii 3:00 Big Payoff 3:15 3:30 Kate Smith 3:45' %  ner Howe 4:00 Alec Gibson 4:15 4:30 4:45' 5:00 Glenn S .Ml. Ret 5:15 Superman ^Idlooi World .1^, H, y iJ --7^ ,-r^jlli,,!.ah M ,.. .\i..at.,„||„„ r -iTnTnTi^; EVEN I N G Dade Federal OPEN YOUR DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT where rhousinWi are %  • fving milliem. Dado Federal Savings Accounts are INSURED to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation and NOW EARN liberal dividends twice a year 'or you at the current rate of 3% per annum. /tto .IfRI OfFICEl TO ttAVf YOU M-'AMTTIIf MUNCH 11*11 0FHCE *i N. I. rV*r h trat 6: SS^ j ; -< 5i _.45 %  irtlna 7:00 Greatest Drama, 7:15 ., t %  .;,. r \\h Sp BWT5 7-lfi L' i '""'"S .. '-....r III. sn ?•* 8:30 fve a i:X M '.. M ^ • • n u .in,, 1 i Bat Life %  1 S:S ,; "iv lle y ^'" Sn. ,. f s,,,,-^ 10:45' M Time >v ,-..,.. '• 11:00 .\ew. Weatiiei~ ||^ :: g^ 12i30 12:45, Sn Off I ladge Dade Federal 1|M t. #. H 'I"" •' / JOSEPH %  uinen Houn '*H.io3PM. W ..Vdo,. *M. lo 12 Noon Sol ur d oy f 0 1 id d o:: B ontho,,i,,,o '*''*"^ """•f ev.ning until 8 P.M. S!S 511ER;[! S ^ C E I D 52 *""* D0Ll !i llliiyjS EXCEED 3h MILLION P0UA|1



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lemk\ Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY nidliiaip IE 28—Number 4 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 22. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS r^BI jf Federation Announces 1954 I Goal; $1,491,806 to be Sought tr. Abba HUM Slhr wont fight Svit igress May >ose Plans (Arm Arabs [YORK (JTA) — Secretary John Foster Dulles may pi,-; opposition in Congress ported plans to send Amerto Iraq and Saudi Arabia lests on the part of Israel, ndicated in well-informed sre. concern over these plans ^eyed to Secretary Dulles Ambassador Abba Eban tend in the course of a 45 [conversation in the State Bent. Mr. Eban emphasized Ki and Saudi Arabia are Illy still at war with the 'State and — unlike the rab states — have not even ed an armistice agreement |Ml. auld be a most inopportune for any action designed to ken the military equipment member of the Arab Mr. Eban was reported told Mr. Dulles. He drew ention of the Secretary of the recent statement by } King of Saudi Arabia sugIhat the Arab nations [sacrifice 10,000,000 of their j"to wipe out Israel." Israel Ambassador indicated pel is alarmed over Amerilus to supply arms to the countries, because arms |to one of the members of ab League may be shared Jail members under a securpt signed by all Arab counIle also pointed out to Secies that a grant of arms ^rab states would be at varnth the tripartite declarable United States, Britain ranee on May 25, 1950 acto which the Big Powers seek to prevent an arms nong Israel, and the Arab arning against giving Ameriis to Arab states was voiced fcekend by Dr. Abba Hillel [ addressing 600 Zionist leadBoston at a dinner tendered honor. He stated that Unit:nlinued on Pag* SA A record-breaking camp aign goal of $1,491,806 was announced early this week for the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal in the Great er Miami area by Carl Weinkle, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the agency which conducts the annual drive here. The amount, he said, was approved by the Board of Governors, after more than 100 community leaders heard a detailed report by Harold Thurman, chairman of the Budget Committee. Fifty-four agencies will be beneficiaries of this year's Appeal, Thurman indicated. The Budget Committee received applications from 60 agencies for inclusion in this year's campaign, of which six were rejected. Reason for the increased campaign quota over last year was due to the expansion of the health and welfare programs of Greater Miami's local agencies resulting from the growth of Greater Miami, and the increased needs in Israel, Thurman pointed out. Aaron M. Kanner, general chairman of the campaign, accepted the goal figure on behalf of the Appeal and expressed confidence that the mark would be attained. In 1953 a total of $1,250,000 was allocated to 46 beneficiary agencies, it was reported. Major benefactor will be the United Jewish Appeal which Includes the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Israel Appeal and the United Service for New Americans, agencies which extend relief and aid to Jewish immigrants in Israel and in the Middle East, as well as to newcomers to America. On the basis of pro-campaign budgeting, the sum of $600,000 has been allocated to the United Jewish Appeal, providing the goal is met. The United Jewish Appeal is this year engaged nationally in a five-point program which will require an expenditure of $119,921,150 by its three constituent agencies. The program aims to: Strengthen Israel's economy through the establishment of 30 new rural settlements, the irrigation of land, the construction of 10,000 permanent housing units and the provision of technical agrarian guidance. Provide for 100,000 • immigrants awaitng fnal settlement on the land and hasten the final integration into Israel's economy of 120,000 recent immigrants. Speed the movement to Israel of 20,000 distressed men, women and children from tension areas in North Africa, Central and Western Europe. Provide food, clothing, shelter and medical assistance to 165,000 sick and impoverished men, women and children in Europe. Assure reception, settlement, adjustment and other aid in the United Etates for 10,000 recent or expected refugee newcomers. Local or Greater Miami institu tions will receive $470,000 according to recommendations of the Budget Committee. These agencies include Mount Sinai Hospital, Jewish Home for the Aged, Bureau of Jewish Education, Jewish Social Service Bureau (vocational service and sheltered workshop programs), Greater Miami Jewish Community Center and National Council of Jewish Women (New Americans and welfare program). A further breakdown on use of funds raised include Israel institutions such as Hadassah, Pioneer Women's Organization, HIAS and National Committee for Labor Israel—$33,850. For service and cultural organizations such as National Jewish Welfare Board, B'nai B'rith National Youth Service Appeal and others—$19,250. Religious and educational institutions will receive an allocation of $16,000. Included in this category are such educational centers as Yeshiva University, Dropsie College, the Hebrew Theological College at Chicago and the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Eisenhower 'Undecided' on McCarran Act Revisions WASHINGTON (JTA) — President Eisenhower said this week that there was nothing significant about the omission from his State of the Union message of any reference to need for amendment of the McCarran Walter Immigration and Naturalization Act and indicated that this question was still under study. The question was raised at the White House press conference by Milton Friedman, head of the JTA Washington Bureau, who asked the President whether "you still favor revision of the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act and whether there was anything significant in your omission of this item from your State of the Union message?" The President replied that there was nothing significant in its omission and, that as a matter of fact, there had been many things omitted, and he thought he had stated that some of these things that had been omitted would be the subject of later comment. The President added it happen ed that this year, up until this % Hsher to Leave on Tour of Israel Sunday d K. Shochet. editor and publisher of The Jewish Floiidian. ave Miami by plane Sunday evening on the first hop o to Israel. In New York, he will be briefed on the 18-day JA the Jewish State for the" purpose of studying and writing It conditions there. Wednesday evening, Shochet wiJI emon an El AI transoceanic flight. The trip is bung m d VP Citation of the Government of Israel. He will mee w th lent Itxhak Ben-Zvi In Jerusalem, retired Prune Mincer Id Ben-Gurion and Mrs. Ben-Gurion in Sdeh Boker, Prime *r Moshe Sharett and other Israeli officials. time, the details of any studies made on the McCarran Act by the responsible departments had not been submitted to him. And therefore, he said, whether he was going to recommend immediate revision, he could not say for certain. The President's stand on the question was in sharp distinction to the stand he had publicly taken during the 1952 presidential campaign. His statement here this week was interpreted to mean that the President was not sure that the legislation had to be revised and that his decision would largely depend on recommendations made to him by the "responsible departments." During the election campaign. Gen. Eisenhower had called tor revision of the McCarran-Walter legislation which he denounced as a "blasphemy against democracy." Meanwhile, a powerful voice was raised within the President's own party for revision of the immigration legislation. Senator Robert C. Hendrickson, of New Jersey, addressing a meeting at Montclair, called for revision of the act "in the American spirit of courage, humanity and freedom, and not in a frightened atmosphere of suspicion and withdrawal from reality." The senator charged that in many instances, administration of the law is "harsh and arbitrary" and infringes on the traditional standards of fair play. He reminded his audience of New Jersey clubwomen that, except for the Indians, all Americans are "immigrants or the descendants of immigrants." Congressman CtUer "brins Jordan to terms" United Nations Delays Debate On Complaint UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — Vigorous diplomatic activity was initiated this week by the Israel delegation at the United Nations folA major allocation will be made j lowing a sudden postponement of a meeting of the UN Security Council scheduled for further discussion of the Israel-Syrian dispute over the Jordan waters used by Israel for its hydroelectric project. The discussion was slated for resumption under a Security Council decision of last month. However, Dr. Charles Malik, chairman of the Security Council for this month, announced that at the request of the Western Big Three he had put off the meeting for a week. The Big Three are the sponsors of a joint resolution at the Security Council which is acceptable to Israel but not to Syria. It was reported that they felt they had not secured a sufficiently wide basis for support of their resolution and wanted more time for behind-thescenes negotiations. A British spokesman confirmed that "exchanges are continuing." As a result of the new situation. Ambassador Abba Eban, head of the Israel delegation at the UN, conferred with Andrei Vishinsky, head of the Soviet delegation, who at previous Council sessions had expressed strong opposition to the Big Three resolution, arguing that Israel's hydroelectric development Continued en Pas* 2 A in the 1954 campaign to the important civic defense or protective agencies which combat anti-Semitism and build better community relations throughout the country by means of educational programs. The sum of $43,000 is allocated to this group of beneficiaries which includes Joint Defense Appeal (Anti-Defamation League and American Jewish Committee), Continued on Paso 3 A Measures to tighten up one part of the immigration legislation was taken by the House Judiciary Committee last week. The effect of the changes, according to commit t e e chairman Chauncey Reed would prevent "undesirable" aliens from remaining in the country and would speed action on private member bills to allow desirable aliens to remain. Rep. Reed explained that under Continued on Hag* 5 A Convalescing UN soldiers at the 48th Mobile Surgical Army Hospital in Korea plant grass and flowers with seeds provided them by the B'nai B'rith Organization, international fraternal order.



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JFRIDAY. JANUARY 22, 1954 **** Flcrtrll^m ARTICLE XII IS MAJOR PROBLEM, WRITER FEELS By RINNA GROSSMAN iWtiUittft, AJP The New Y' Lcttling down. Most columns writ|i,„ in January 1954 either have [already or are about to make pre|,!icions — or else to round up the highlights of the weary year so recently deposited. This is usually fun for writer and reader alike — | but .-.inetimes a sheer luxury. I und myself unable to indulge Ijn this kind of punditing because I there is one outstandingly import[ant matter concerning Israel which has dragged itself over into 1954 — and which is in danger of being overi iked by all of us in the flurIA n! New Year summaries — and thai is the small matter of the I |,y now noted paragraph 12. let me remind you: Paragraph 12 ol the Israel-Jordan Armistice •^eemenl contains a clause which specifies that one year after the siting of the agreement either side may rightfully summon the diber to a parley regarding revion of the armistice agreement— .ind that such a request is binding; arfi ,ryWhen the security situation in Israel worsened — and became i acute, culminating in the Kibya' mci'lent, and the UN censure of | the Jewish State reluc-' decided to invoke paragraph i2 in order*to force the Arabs to (h-cu s peace in the Middle EaSt. No one else seemed either willing or able to do anythiag about the simmering, no longer lukewarm war raged quietly behind the headline* on Israel. Israel's leaderknew that if the Arabs ignored (fnmon's, thev would thereby. autom/rtfr-ally nullify fh e Went upoh which it depends but it was decided that the cause of peace was urgent enough even I for this perilous gamble. Para1 graph 12 was Invoked. That was last year. What has happened! since then? Several things. Fir.st of all. the Arab, leadership rocked back on lit hand-sewn heels. This was a real and concrete challenge in volvlng four Arab states — all of which had signed armistice agreements with Israel. What were they to do now? Defy UN in this public and dangerous way? Destroy the shaky armistice agreement and so to war with Israel openly? The Arab'; governments, particularly Jordan', reaped their destructive political whirlwind. If they accepted'— and agreed to sM down with Israel and talk about peace — how would an over-stimulated, agitated, pos.-stilly frenzied public, fed for years on a diet of hatred towards Israel, react? Might not a gentleman of Mediterranean temperamea* in fez-red anger at betrayal by his leaders fire a gun or draw a knife? The Arab dilemma, thus viewed, not pleasant. Whatever the was decided — they NO BETTER VALUE \* STTNEW YORK! SAVE TIME. SAVE MONEY. Vo1l enlr your iloy in New York mot when you slop ot the friendly President Hotel. Only one block Iron Time* Square and Madison Square Garden. A lew minutes walk to Radio City ond O'her famous attractions. 400 attractive rooms, each with private both and radio. (Television available on request!) And best of oll-moderole roles: Fro* 54 single—$6 double Garage) Accommodation! /Trie* for FRtfc" descriptive booklet and "Special Courtety Car*!" Joseph lorinti. Managing Direcfo/ John J. Finnell. Uanagt eSs* <8TH ST., WEST OF BROADWAY woul* have to .save face -rB,theeT collective as welj,as/ individual fares. There was considerable discussion and debate in Cairo and in Amman and in Damascus Finally, a reply was sent to the UN. Thank you but no — the government of Jordan preferred not to sit down with representatives of Israel But, at the moment that I write, it has been reamed that this answer is a guarded one, written in narrow Ltnei with wide spaces between. The rejection is one carefully phrased to leave the door to peace a jar. Let us put two and two together: have the Arab leaders decided to fool their own people — to say "no" and then be sternly coaxed by an indignant United Nations to think again and then say "yes"? The Secretary General, I understand, has already dispatched a severe note to Jordan. Will this be used to explain to the Jordanians that this is the will of AllahKismet — destiny at work? I think so. And I think there is hope that paragraph 12 may yield fruit — and perhaps peace will come this year. It is hard to he sure — but I think perhaps the Israelis won their gamble and a conference to talk about peace may be in the offing. 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r. JA NUARY 22, 1954 LEGAL N0 TIC1 +JmM fhrkilan PAGE 15 B LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE L, when thl* Charter sruUI K brought by or against the r '.< IIIII-O Department or i^-ol'rr -hereof, -hall b* |„r abated bj ii... adoption t* IrTer *r by anything herein I ,n Ml I. action, or ...,, % ,-'|iartment T ,„' offlcei parU ii'-'-'" f ;, ,I,ICharter, be asKr u.nisferred to another "Vunrtni-tit or Agency, but In C.'.h. name ""' '"' I'mseculCfJ'.i.-.l by the head of the fiUaitiiieiit or Agency in £], n.n lions, powera ami dut l„.,.„ ,,i lgn< i or transferred |dei Ul I Charter. ARTICLE XIII APARTMENT OF LAW ,-ll'V ATTORNEY; APPOINTMENT ,1TY \TTORNEY: %  yiAl.lKICATIONS cm A rTORNEY; POW. i;i;s AM' DUTIES Mi Si I' \lJUDGE; A*V. I'ulNTMENT \|IM 'H'AI, JUDGE; ul VUK1CATION8 \H Nicll'AI. JUDGE: POWERS AND DUTIES 1. CITY ATTORNEY; APlENT: There shall be a Deof Lew, '!"* head of which J the Pit) Attorney, who shall |nif(i.. ~. 0. iiartmenta and Agj,,„l ul the officer* and Emfuf Ih.Cltv of North Miami flallnn to their official pow1,1 Hi.He shall represent the [all kcal proceeding*. It ahall [duly to p.-i form all services to Inposition as may be I b) 'In Statutes, by this charby i irdlns D< ••. 4. MUNCIPAL JUDQE: ITMENT: There shall bo a ul Judge, a Imse appointment made by the Mayor. I 5. MUNICIPAL JUDGE: ICATIONS: The Municipal Hii.ll he a duly licensed and |IIK sttorni \ -ai-law. and a of the llurlda Bar In good t. MUNICIPAL JUDQE; AND DUTIES: It ahall be of The Municipal Judge to of court, n"t leaa than once evary week, at such time and In such place as may he designated by the Council for the trial or all persona charged with violation of any of the ordinances of the City, which trial shall tie without Jury, and, upon conviction of such person or persons, to impose upon him or them such penalty aa may be provided by inch Ordinal,. II,shall have the power to summon witnesses, Issue warrants of arrest upon affidavit duly filed, to administer oaths and to do all other acts necessary for the performance of his duty. He shall also have the powt r to punish for contempt of cowl to the extent of a fine not exceeding five hundred (J.'.OO) dollars or Imprisonment not exceeding sixty ((Hi) days, or both such fine and Imprisonment. Tlie costs of prosecution In said court shall be the same as are allow. I bj law In Circuit Court, such costs being taxed against the person convicted, and collected b) the. City Clerk, to be paid over by him to a City Dep, and placed lo Ihe credit of the Clt) uf North .Miami I tench. Section I. ARTICLE XIV GENERAL PflOVISIONS ;o:l !" v e,, l, '' PtiMic-Jvy* df Record j) Usid LEGAL NOTICE 1'uMic.IVy" Of Records 3. Pri soronrt1l.fe*d 4. Offl flat''muds' i. Mth •<* • ,," 7. Amending the charter 8. Bulls and Claims against the City 9. hepaiabtUtv Clause Section 1. CONTRACTS EXTEND. TENDING BEYOND ONE YEAR: No contract involving? tha payment of money out of the appropriations •<•: more than one year shall be made for a period of more than five (S) year*; nor ahall any auch contract be valid unless mad* or approved by ordinance. Section 2. PUBLICITY OF RECORDS: All records and accounts of evci > Office, Department or Agency of the City shall be open to Inspection by any citizen, any representative of a cltlsens' organisation, or any representative of the press, at all reasonable times and under reasonable regulations established by the Council, except records and documents the disclosure of which would tend to defeat the lawful purpose which they are Intended to accomplish. Section 3. PERSONAL INTEREST: No member of the Council nr any Officer or Employee of the City shall have any financial Interest, direct or Indirect, or by reason of ownership of stock In any corporation. In any contract, or In the sale to tbe City or to a Contractor supplying the City, of any land or rights or Interests In any land, material, supplies or services. Anv willful violation of this section shall constitute malfeasance In office, and any Officer or Employ** of the Uity lound guuty tuereni shall thereby forfeit his office or position. Any violation of this Section with the knowledge, express oi Implied, of the person or corporation contracting with the City shall render the contract voldalde by the Mayor or the Council. Section 4. OFFICIAL BONDS: The Director of Finance, ii,. Tag CoUaolor, mil such ouiei Officers of Dm. as the Coin,id ma) by gen%  i .it •tdinaiM % %  •. require go to do, shall give bond In Mich amount and with such surely as ma) be approved b) tiie Council. The premiums on such bonds shall lie paid b) the City. lection b. OATH OF OFFICE: Bvcjrj offi.er of in,, cm snail, be., fore entering, upon the duties of his office, take ,u,.i subscribe to the following oath or affirmation, to be filed and kept In the office of the ,'m Clerk: i solemnly swear (or affirm) that 1 "ill support the Constitution and Will obey the Laws ot ll,.. United States, and of the State of Florida: that 1 will. In all respects, observe the provisions of Hi,Charter and (Ordinances uf ihe city of .Nurtli Miami r.savh. and will faithful!) discharge, the duties of .',.*>*?'-fo-f Hoc of .. : ._.-.. n „ r r .. ihSeegton 6, EFFE4W. .OKI,,, THIS OrtAarT-ER ON &X 1ST INC LAW t iltNsU Ail'laws and pails of Iwi relating -In. or affecting the Cits, of North Miami Beach in force when this Charter shall take effect, are hereby repealed and superseded to the extent that the same are inconsistent with the provisions uf this Charter; (b) Insofar as the uriivlsleA* of this Charter ate tl,<. .same In t,vi?t|or in substance and effect as the provisions of the law in force when this Charter (hall take effect, relating to Miami a charter Amendment to the electore shall provide that such Amendment be sul.milted at the next regular municipal election. If one shall occur not leas than sixty (v>, nor more than one hundred twenty 1120) days after the passage of the Ordinance. otherwise, it shall provide for the sub>n of ihe Amendment at a special election to be called and held within the time aforeaald. Mot less than thirty (3d) days pilot to such election • Clerk shall mall a oou) of the propose. A lllelidlllelil lo each el.rl.tr whose name appeals upon the registration Lsioks oi the lust regular municipal or general election, if a proposed ., MieiHiiiitfii, he approved by a majority of the electors voting thereon, it shall heroine a part of the Charter at the time fixed therein. Section 8. SUITS AND CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY: No suit shall be maintained aa-uinst the City for damages arising out of a fiiilui. i.. keep in proper condition any sidewalk, pavement, viaduct. bridge, %  treeti "i otnei public place, a for an) tort, unless it shall be made to appear that the damage alleged la attributable to negligence 'if the city, and i'.at written noiic, of such damage was, within thirty (30) days after the leclvingof ttjaV,.injury alleged, .rip > u ith such as to the time as would enor affecting the City of North Beach, the provision* of thia Charter are intended to he not a new enactment, but a continuation of such provision* of law, and this Charter shall be so construed and applied. Seetlan 7. AMENDING THE CHARTER: Amendments to this Charter may be framed and submitted to the electors of the City by a Charter Commission In the manner provided by law for framing and submitting a new Charter. Amendments may also be proposed and submitted by Ordinance passed by a vote of the majority of the members of the City Council, or by a petition signed by not leas than ten par centum (10%) of tbe qualified electors of the City, setting forth any proposed amendments and filed with the City Clerk In accordance with the provisions of Section 9 of Article IX of this Charter, whereupon the Council shall forthwith provide by ordinance for submitting such proposed amendment to viite of tbe electors Anv Ordinance for suhmlttlnr LEGAL NOTICE l v.n to the £}v reasonable JAVffcili *, ,.i 111 v estteate verdict shall in and place a a T Je ibV'cio.'ntff the mallei .mil i any sultf^e given |or an amount e\ceedlng cumpeiisateeli damages to the t il. in,tilt directly SMiplcable to such legligence on the part of the City, and contributory negligence on the part of the plaintiff, ahall defeat all re. .nery against the, City. It shall be the duty of the City Attorney, upon receiving any such notice, to at onue Investigate the matter and lay the facts, supported by the evidence, before the City Council In a written report, and the CI4y Council shall have the right, and, upon the written request of the person Injured, It shall be the duty of the City Council to Investigate the matter and It may, by resolution, make such reasonable settlement of damage as may be agreed upon between Ihe City Council and the person so damaged. No suit ahall be maintained against the City upon any debt or obligation or damages arising In any manner whatsoever unless such suit shall be begun within one (1) year after default of such debt or obligation, or the occurrence of the acts out of which It is claimed such damages arose, nor unless within thirty (30) days after such claim shall arise, there shall be filed with tbe Clerk of the City a notice under oath, setting forth every element of such claim, and attaching copies of any documents which may form the basis of any claim, hut In no event shall suit be begun against the City prior to ninety (90) days after the filing of ench claims and notice of claim* .with thOily Clerk' or the City Attorney. Section 9. SEPARABILITY CLAUSE If any section or part of this Charter shall be held invalid by a court or competent Jurisdiction, such holding shall not affect the remainder of tins Charter nor the context In whicJi such section or part of section so held invalid may appear, except to the extent that an ent*je section or part of section may be inseparably connected ,,, meaning and effect with the section or part of section to which such holding shall directly apply. This draft, representing the revised charter of the City of North Miami Beach, Florida. Is berebi adopted by unanimous vote of the duly constituted City of North Miami Beach Charter Revision Board on this the 18th day of December. 19S3. I%l F. H. Davidson. Chairman lal wnilam C. Hanford, Member /s/ Edmund A. Cieelman. Member 1*1 Clyde !'• Haas. Member 1*1 Fran.RoMnaon, .Member Notice is hereby given that a special election will be held in the City of North Miami Beach, Florida, from 7 o'eloea KM until 7 o'cloen I'M on Monday, February it, 1954 fur the inn SIIAI.I. TUX PBOP08ED REVISED CHARTER OF THE CITY OF NORTH MIAMI UKACH, % %  KKI'AltKD BY THE CHAKTKIt RKVISIc >N ItnAKI' VfllSl'ANT T<> THK STATI'TKK OF THE STATK OF FLORIDA NOW IN KXISTKNCK, TO WIT CHAPTER 188 OF THE FMIRIDA STATUTES. WHICH CHARTER REVISES THE i-RESENT CHARTER UF TUB CITY OF NORTH MIAMI REACH AND PROVIDES FOR THE Jl'RHKMCTit i.N AND POWERS' OF SAID CITV. IIH APPROVED AND ADOPTED OR DISAPPROVED AND NOT ADOPTED. APPROVED DISAPPROVED Jan. 15. 22, 29. Feb. 5. 12, 1954 The registration books of the said City will remain open for the purpose of registering any person qualified to vote at such election at the office of the City Clerk In the City of North Miami Beach, Florida, every day through January 13. 1954. Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays excepted, during the business hours of the City Hall, which are 9:00 A.M. to 5:04> P.M. Persona properly registered will be qualified to vote In said election. Signed VIRGINIA MOORE. City Clerk Jan. 15, 22, 29. Feb. 5. 12, ISM JUDGE NORMAN R. LYONS, Attv. Charter Revision Roard City of North Miami Reach LEGAL NOTICE )TICE TO CREOITORS COUNTY JUDGES' COURT *D r*0R DADE COUNTY, >A. IN PROBATE, No. 31SS7-B ESTATE OP I.lAM SCHKUKR. Deceased Tredltors ami All Persons HsvJuns or Demands Against Said and each of you, are.hereby and required to present any and demands which you, or of you. may have against the uf Wll.l.iAM sCIIEltER, deli'nl Dad* County. Florida, Honorable County Judges of "in,:., and file the same In fk'e ti the County Courthouse %  i mty, Florida, within eight ir months from the date of the ublieation hereof. Said claims •nd to contain the legal adf the • l.ilinant and to be sworn presented us aforesaid, or same barred. January Rth. A.D. 1954. FRED SCIIERKR As Kx nior of the Last Will and Testament of WILUAM SCHERER. ,„ ,, Deceased. I* HUMAN ft KAPLAN *> foi Estate Of am Sch-rer 29 LEGAL NOTICE %  IE COUNTY JUDGE'S. COURT KND FOR DADS' COUNTY, |IDA. IN PROSMTE. No. 316*SB ri: OF pt H IIIHIN. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS I Creditors and All Persons Havpalms or Demands Against Said anil ench of you, are hereby W and i.-quired to present any and demands which you. or .V.'.' %  ';•. n ,v h v against the y of HENRY S. RCBIN* deceased %  •" %  '." '"ounty, Florida, to the la-, ,*".. '"'ANTON and FRANK %  WI.IN,;. c„ un ty Judge* of Dade •>. and ni e („, *ame In their of71 the i ounty Courthouse In Dade P. Honda, within eight calendar • fn-tn the date of the first atl'M. hereof. 8,,pj claims or de>'> contain the legal address claimant and to be sworn to %  resen..d „„ .foreaald, or same If '"'red. See Section 110 of the pobHte Act. January 6. A.D. 1954. r-I.MK c Hi'HIN Ai:xecutr.lx, ot the'.JU'i't'wnT ?,,'.'.' 'stairSnHof' low'J, lY s RI'IIIN. Decessed. Ine "*''>KO ft FRIED hi.,. ",' • N "'" nl Beach. Fla. gej* f„ r Kxeautrlx, I I IllN fOAnc N rZ DOGE'S COURT FADE COUNTY, FLORIDA Bi'-A 1 *.'!. Deceased rVPPLirA l -?. T eNT,ON TO MAKE %  Tft-i, DISCHARGE I iju.i?. ,,| wl n %  "I February. liK| | ft,? he Honorable ".' %  kH*a County Judge |itl fln.i l lor '<'a. for approval I* a. A, ,•'";' "" %  %  for ''"•' '•• 7th a.,. .4deceased. L U-^J^""*^ lMNOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. ItoSM JOHN BEREY. Plaintiff, AUOC8TA FRANCES BERET, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: AUGUSTA FRANCES BEREY S28 South Lexington Avenue White Plains. New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, HENRY M. CAIN. 1518 W. Flagler st Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Couit on or before the 15th day of February'. lies. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. (This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FI-ORIDIAN.) DONE AND ORDERED st Miami. Florida, this 8th day of January, A.D. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade Count v. Florida. Br M. C. ORKr-N, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Plaintiff ZS1I West Flagler St.. Miami. Florida 1/15-22-28 — t/ LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BEAUTY NICHE BEAUTY 8AIX)N. at 1200 N. W. 7th Street. Intend to register eald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, ZELLE PEPPER HELEN FARRIS (Sole Owners) 1/1-8-15-22 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA NS awes RE: ESTATE OF. IXJUIS N. SMITH, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL .. yrDISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix of tne estate of MH'IS N SMITH, deceased: an.l thai on the 2th day of January. 1864, will apply to the HonnrnbleW. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade Countv, Florida, for approval of smlg final report and for final discharge as Executrix of the estate of LOUIS N SMITH. Decease!*. This i&JSfrj* feSfi!r?8BrH HUTNER HUTNER, Kaqs. ith Floor Olympla Building Miami. Florida Attorneys for Executrix 1.1---1S-M ._ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUB NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (11VKN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under the flc'ous "{"' '.S HOBO LOUNGE AND W !" SHOP, at 7801 Blscayne Bou evard Intend, to register said name with th* Clerk of the Circuit Court of Deo* County. Florida. QAR8AM CORP ,MAC MKRMELL uey for ApgUcaut 1404 Blscayne Blag. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME KNOW AM. MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That WILLIAM F HULL doing business as HULLS NURSERY. 911W N.W. 23rd Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name, HULL'S NURSERY, with the Clerk of the Dade County, Florida, Circuit Court pursuant to the Fictitious Name Statute of Florida. WILLIAM F. HULL, sole owner SHELDON DCBI.ER. Atty. Security Bldg., Miami, Fla. 1/1-8-15-22 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1*6171 DOROTHY R. HUOHES. Plaintiff -againstJOHN H. HUOHES. Defendant NOTICE OF PUBLICATION YOU. JOHN H. HUOHES.ihesldence unknown, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, as* you are required to serve a copy of-**our Anaer or Pleading" to the Bfllvof ComK lalnt on the plaintiff* .attorney, [AX R. SILVER, SUIS Se; bold Building, Miami, Florida, and Xllevthe original Answer or Pleading m the offlee pi the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa or before the 1st day of February. 1854. If you fail to do ao. Judgment by dafauft will he taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Comnlalnt. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 30th day of December, la**'. E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida By M. C. GREEN. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Plaintiff 822 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida 1/1-8-15-2J IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 166211 DAIST MAY COON, Plaintiff ve. RICHARD COON. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: RICHARD COON 8 School Street Glena Falls, New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce ha* been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or pleading to said Bill on plaintiff's attorney, OER8HON S MILLER. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Reach, Fla.. and file the original with the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 8th day of February. 1954. otherwise the Hill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 4th dav of January, 1864. K It LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida By: R. H RICE, JR. (Sean Deputy Clerk i/-it-2j;-2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In .business under the fictitious name of rKNOX DISTRIBUTORS, at 1MI 8.W 28th Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register .said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SERVICE CONFECTION. INC. sole owner I'ALLOT. SILVER A MULLOT Attorneys for Service Confection, Inc. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. NO. 164093-B In Re: ESTATE OF ALFRED ItnY BERNSTEIN, a/k,a ALFRED R. BERNSTEIN. a/k/a A. R. BERNSTEIN, To All Creditor* and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you. may have against the estate of ALFRED ROY HERN STEIN, a/k/a ALFRED R. BERNSTEIN, a/k/a A. R. BERNSTEIN, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be aworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date December 81. A.D. 1953. DOROTHY BERNSTEIN As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of ALFRED RoY BERNSTEIN a/k/a ALFRED R. BERNSTEIN a/k/a A. B. BERNSTEIN. Deceased. SIIEINER SPIELER 304 Roper Building, Miami, Fla. Attorneys for Executrix 1/8-15-22-29 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 166413 RUTH COLAVITO. Plaintiff. vs. DOMONICK D. COLAVITO. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: DOMONICK D. COLAVITO 1642 West 1st Street Brooklyn, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiffs attorney, and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 15th day of February, 1954; otherwise, the allegations of the said BUI of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Dated thle 11th day of January*. '951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court Hv It. 11 Hlt'E, JR. (Seal) Deputy Clerk (Seal) GEORGE J. TALIANOFF. ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Ixmcoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla. 1/15-12-29 — 1/6 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 26752 RE: ESTATE till HUMAN ULIOKSRERO. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE'Is hereby given that I have filed my final >ej>ort and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of HERMAN Ul.lCKSIiEKii. deceased: and that on the loth day of February, 19'.4, I will apply to the Honorable W, F. BLANTON. County Judge of Dade Osunty. Florida, 'or approval of said final report and for final discharge a* Executrix of the Estate of HERMAN GLICKSBERG. deceased. This 30th day of December, 1953. BLANCHE C.l.K'KSUERG KOVNER A MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Executrix NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of VVHEEL INN RESTAURANT at 4S8 W. Flagler Street. Intend to register saiil name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. D1MOS AiiAPIToS (ARM ELLA AGAPITOS MANUEL LUBEL Attorney for Applicants C23 W. Flagler Street 1/15-22-29 — 2/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE AHENCY, at 1212.1 Blscayne Blvd.. N. Miami. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. S. ARM1STEAD JONES DWIGHT I. MILLAR, JR. VONZAMFT A KRAVITZ Attorneys for Applicants 1512 Security Building I 1.-22-29 — 2/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buslneae under the fictitious name of BEACHCOMBER UTS., at 33 86th Street, -Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with (he Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. CARLYLE HARDENS, INC. i IWNER I. R. MAYERS Attorney for Applicant 1405 Congress Bldg. 1/15-22-2* — 2/5 — NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE8" COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA: IN PROBATE. No. 317*3-B In Re: ESTATE OF SARAH BERNSTEIN. Decessed To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demand* Against Said Estate: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of SARAH BERNSTEIN, deceased late of New York County, New York, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months fram the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented a* aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date December 29, A.D. 1953. MILTON BERNSTEIN Aa Ancillary Administrator of the Estate of SARAH BER STEIN, Deceased. KOVNER A MANNHEIM BR Attorneys for Ancillary Administrator I/1-8-T5-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW rTOTfOE IB HEREBY GIVEN trt the undersigned, desiring to engage 1n business under the fictitious name of HEINBRO CO., at 100 N.E. 39th St Intend to register said name with tbe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. '• LEO HE1NHARD SEYMOUR REINHARD HAROLD REINHARD HENRY REINHARD NORMAN REINHARD 1 HERMAN M. BERK Attorney for Applicants 420 Lincoln Rd.



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JANUARY 22. _i954_ Jm4*>nr>r/MM HE '" %  PAGE 9 B EOAL NOTICE 1 LEGAL NOTICE ,1, ordinance* by fine or (,iit. or %  > both fine and %  al %  ,„, .,11 such Ordinance* aa r ,„ establlah quarLi health regulation* for f Soi Hi Miami Coach not K,t with the rules and regT„( the SI""' Hoard of L| enforce same by p.irdof Health hll have 1 .1111. r\ Ision of the pub_ ,,f the ''ID "' North Ml| h ,i>.l shall have the power pinuiulgate, and enforce IIM | regulations aa may for the preservation of „oi inconsistent with •• %  in violation of any Ordlthe <" 0 and provide for a tii"i and to regulate the to protect the City from „ :li i lie a City Police Delude fin the Inspection of In, light and water meter*. t nforce ordlnam *. Tnnpel 1 lii engineers of sta01 table Hteam and gas an examination for [ „,„| (n take out lii |[,l, penalties for failure to upel the inspection of lili-iexcept locomotive and and i" compel emrmi-lov only licensed englaftix -i penalty for failure I nipel employers, their vanti to allow Inf,,I holler* and of affixing a If,.1 refusing to do no. fniahllsh imspltalii and with, [11 ,>injunction of the Hoard nini>sloner*, to c*tab; and 1. L-iilution* respecting Infirm and In,!•• for the support and uniliii'iiii|Min which such urn INK it to ald City shall • main. irionle the punishment, I.e. n|,. i-omnnl and flnea, or ,r i.uni-liment allowed un^oii-titutlon, of person* who time, disturb (lie peace 1 Unoua and ulaor,i vagrant* within the Beach: or vloi.f 11%  nuiiiancea, or any of % .,11.1 regulations of the |. Health, and the. City lb allh. 1 regulate from time I (In %  !! officers and Cltl except a* Itherwiki provided, pert) owntn or II uect a 11I1 City sew[ I,, il gulate any other 11 tin: that may lend to I:., he ilth, welfare and i,( tin i"ii}, to prohibit and ii.iwd'} houses and dl| ,1 any exhibitions, 1 amusement to prohibit %  .. :, %  plctnre* KUlate, restrain I Ing on of manuln iiHi casing or I en** the sale I ite the storage pitch* re*ln, ..ii.sene, gasotlble, explimf i-TlaJ; to ragIll i'l light*, candles. In all -t.iof business; % %  -* the aale and air guns I • ki and regulate the ilk. flour and and oils. Ii the inspection of I • nutate the try, flan, fruit %  the inspection I r the 1 iillai y BOB %  -. but char pen* a here 11n.1! %  sold wlthiicl in provide linK Mich regilla%  lain and regulate • penalties on the agent* of any ks, or any other ice, or any oilier I' he dangerous in pll laan* or their %  due notice. Hie n:' %  %  • 1 removi 1. •vide f„i the enclosing, imad regulation of public 1 to the 'itv withI nrpnrat* limit*: l 'or the imprisonment of the ordinance* at gii'mi ih street* or other *" %  %  coated by Ordinance "'" in .mil riiKt attached I' ui hy judicial authority 1 Dollars. In 1 to the powers herelnahove era.,.,, ,(,,, r)(y ( -, lllm || nH || |II powers and perform all the 1 upon them bv the '" Hilda now In force, or hereafter he enacted. !" ''' r 'he government of • and I.IHIIS, not Inconsistent lih! ,,p P v '"l"n* of thl* Charter. lei Ml i. y,,r rh lef of Police. V'"*Tax Asses-or end c,,lll other 1 ltv Officer*. *n .1"" h bower, and 1 ,,, ,' '""•'•• imi>osed upon neral IJIW. %  ,'itvi "J" 1 c-tahllsh a fire 1 within s*ld City, and to pre*„. """'"" • n, l reeufcaWons for lii, .','? „" nd r *oalr of l.iilldiilsfl %  -' %  ""• CI,T Council %  he'n* "*"" *" f *' Ordinance* a* \\J,,' r m r' '" I'rotect and prekll7rt 1 Um **lusared, or h-S .1'J' "" M r,t e'd* the rT. Lr,? .7''* •*"'• %  Penalties. l'*n?i"J!!r. U, a-*e*sm*nt f.u kh.ii .* rln %  as u i n a ro eht*. H ;" %  • Thai id of nnnnllcM ,,f ;,.• rv '""Ive power *nd "" construction and reI kr.xlinic anrt i_„iSl.,„_ ... .,, atreet*. alley*, avenues and lane*, public wharves, landings, market tSSSSim "SR2i b "? e "' •*"" tieac-hes. oltcbais, culvert*, c*nl stream., watar courae*. do,k-|lues' and the location o >u. h du-k-llnes. sidewalks, curbing, public bulMlngs "? d ii l ^ 1 "w M d *> '"' llsh lit* gradas of all highway*, street*, parks, iiarkways. avenuus, alleys and thoroughfarea. (It) To bulkhead any waterway, to 0|*n, widen, grade, pave, repair and otherwise Improve streets, alleys avenuaa. boulevards, lanes and oilier public highways, and lo construct storm sewers, aanltary sewer* and other drains and sewers within and under any street, allay, avenue, lane or other public highway, to putchase, lay out and Improve parks and parkways, to constiuci or purchase a telephone system, ami works for^ supplying said city and Its Inhabitants with wfoter; to build suitable service or connecting apparatus between all or any real estate within the City and any sewer or drain, or any siibteiranean conduit. pipe or duct for the supply of gas, electric energy, or water, owned or operated by the City, or alsiut to be constructed by the City In front ol such preiul.-es. to erect or purchase a City Hall, hospitals for the care or detention of the sick; Jails. "Vket houga* or •iher buildings. LEGAL NOTICE any waterway, other depiession %  treat, boulevard, or other public struct tunnel* under to Over k. or • any sBsy. aute 1 lo coaany waterway all. "?. C ? hHl be r "" 1 ln "' '". es r I S.U ;*<"" %  Pernon* luierbe heard *" ''l"" tu ""> •" ATSB^.AJE'XPJ.'I'! CONSIDER. h.T,,?, Ni o'* A U P*8AQE: Atler such such K .,e!'' d c "> %  •> ""'"y '' %  "1L\ „^ %  "'"""oe wltn or without amendment, ejgrept that If It shall make an amendment which constitutes flnnV*." ol "'-'"'"'-' 't shall not rinally pass the (ndliuin.e um II It shall have caused the amend..I seution* OB be posted at luast one*. t<. K.lli.'i will, a .1 ,. ,,l the ti,„e .,,„| I'..'. i„ii and where such amended %  Mi titan,.win be mi tin considered, which publication shall be at least seven ( %  ) days prior to ihe lime slated At the time so advertised or at any time and place al which such meetings shall he adjourned, the amended ordinance % hall l„ read in full and a public hearing thereon shall be held and after such hearing the governing body may finally pass such amended tMuinanco. or again amend il subject to the same conditions. The second passage of any Ordinance pursuant to this 1 harter shall I* tinal and no further passage shall b* required. Section 16 PUBLICATION OF ORDINANCES AFTER FINAL PASSAGE; PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM: Alter final passage, every Ordinance shall again be poatedl In lull, and, exJtpt as otherwf LEGAL NOTICE or in,in., ipi.l purpaoew, and lo igija I'SSU *" o"'ei wfa^arovided In thl* *iid furnlah the gams. u> erect 2S rt !." fc *" "* >•>•] to permissive bridge*, colverts *MMT vtadkH-ts over jy2**T*? J5.1 ,r **"lj* ,n AltTKI.K r ai l %  J Ua or railroad; to extend Its corporate limit* ln the manner provided by the Law* of the Utate of Florida: to construct or purchase any street or local railway for the transportation of passengers or frergM; to construct ship i hamlets, canaia. basin* and waterway* wNWn the, city ae Into or through any part of His.avne Hay. and any harbor* within the city Umit* for *uch width and length and for such depth a*, the City Council Mi,ill deem necessary or convenient for the use of %  hipping; to contract with the (Sovernnient of the I'nlted State* for aid of the Uoveriunent for such wo, k done, or to be done by the lioverninent; to construct or acquire wharves, docks, warehouse.-, and other properties within or without the I'ltv Limits, deemed by the I'oiincil to he necessary or convenient for the use of shipping; to acquire all lands, submerged land. rlp.irian right*, deemed necessary for any of the foregoing purpose*. or for any municipal purpose. (10) To condemn. In addition to Its powora ..f eminent domain under the other Laws of the State. ;,n\ water, Ice. ga. power or llrht plant, telephone system, or street or local railway, *hip channel, canal, basin, waterway, w'harf. dock, warehouse, land*, submerged lands, riparian lights or buildings or any part thereof with any and all fianchlses. rights and easements thereto Is-long• Ing or apiiei tainlng by proceeding In the manner provided In the Laws of Florida for the exercise of the rights of eminent domain. (Sll To operate, maintain, repalt and extend any and all of its municipal properties. t.ll'i To make a contiact with Hade County, or with an>' person, firm or oriHiratioii. by which a portion of the eoat of any ii,.in!ri|>al Improvement to be owned Iv the City shall be borne by such contract nfl party, upon auch terms a* to payment and othei £ *e as tile Council may determine. To destroy surface pi ivies and .out* or other forms'ol receptacle* tot • %  ,•*.,>:' %  other than the sanitary service sewers, and power to conip. l property owner* to oonlicet tllell pielllises With sel V ii I s.wers. and In CMC of then refusal after notice given, to authorise* such eotanectlon to be ma.ie by the i 'n\. an.I t" fl\ a III il upon such premises for the cost thereof, of the same nature, and to the extenl as Ihe lien for taxes, the City may collect auch charge or Hen In the same malliul In whldl city taxes are <*ollccted. Section 8. VACANCIES IN COUNCIL: All vacancies in I. nils occurring in the City Council shall be filled In a manner and pursuant to ARTlCLfcVIII. Section 11 of this Charter. Section INDUCTION OF COUNCIL INTO OFFICE: MEETINGS OF COUNCIL: The first meeting of each newiv elected Council, re* Induction Into office, shall be held" at K:iH o'clock In the evening on the first Tuvada) following Its election, after which DM Council shall meet regularly at such UnJee, as may be preecrlbed by It* rules, but not less frequently than twice each month. At such first meeting the council ehall eleel oae of its members as I'resldenl of the Council. whose duties shall he to preside at all meetings of the Cltv Council. All meetings of the Council shall be open to '"section" ,0. COUNCIL TO BE JUDGE OF QUALIFICATIONS OF ITS MEMBERS: The Council *h*ll lathe Judge of the election and qualification of Its members and for such purpose shall have the power to subpoena wltnesaes and require the production of rcords. _.__^., D ^. Section 11. RULES OF PROCEDURE: JOURNAL: The Council shall determine it. own rules and order of buiness. It shall keep a journal of It* proceedings and the Journal shall be open lo public Inspection Section It. ORDINANCES: tl LEGAL NOTICE X this Charter. Every Ordinance, antes* it -.hall *p*cMy another date, •"•oa-ailieeoine effect ree a* prnvn-hrif In AftTTCl.E II. 'V.-tlon :.-h of tlhS Tnrtxtr; er. if the Odfannee he suwra-eTfed at a referendum election, then upon a favorable vote of the majority of those voting therron. except a* otlierwie expressly provided In this Charter. Section 17. EMERGENCY ORDINANCES: Sections IJ, l, II, K, and 14 shall not apply to a-ny ordtnance which Is hmodue-ed at the cnwcll aw an ICmergfiicy Onliiiance. Such an Ordinance may be passed after the second reading during the Council -Meeting at which said (emergency lirdlnain a is Introduced: provided, however, 11mi the facts that constitute the emergency shall he stated in said in n nun •-, and shall. In fact constitute an emergency within the meaning of said word. I.e. fire, flood, famine, war, epidemic, or any other happening which ni'ii essliates the promulgation of Immediate law for the safety of life, property nnd health. ARTICLE III BUDGET %  action 1. Fiscal year J. Preparation and submission of budget 3. ltudgel a public rerord 4. ruhllcatlon of Notice Of Public Hearing B, Public Hearing on Iludget 6. Further consideration ol l.udget 7. Adoption of Budge) Vote reqdlrcd for adoption 9. Date or Klnal adoption; failure to adopt 10. Effective date of Budget; certification; copies made ., vallalile 11. Iludget establishes appropi tatloiis 12. Hudget establishes amount lo be raised by property tax: certification to taxing authority Budget message; current operation* Iludget message; capital Improvement! Hudget message; capital 13. 14. H. it. daya after date of posting, at which tinCouncil will hold a public hearing. Section S. PUBLIC HEARING ON BUDGET: At the time and place so advertised, or at any time and place to which such public bearing snail. from tuns to time be adjourned, t ho Council shall hold a public hearing mi the budget a* submitted, at which ail interested persons shall be given an opportunity to be heard, for or against the estimates or any item thereof. Section *. FURTHER CONSIDERATION OF BUDGET: After the conclusion of such public hearing, the Council may Insert new item* or may '• or de, lease the Items of the budget, except Items In proposed exI icmlitures fixed by law or p r eecrlbed ty subsection* (a), (b). (c), td), (e), (f). (g). (hi, anil (1) of Section 26. The Council may not vary the title*, descriptions or conditions of administration specified In the budget. Before Inserting any additional item or III (lice Ing any Item of appropriation, It must i-anse to be posted a Notice setting forth the nature of the proposed increases and fixing a time and place, not less than five (.' %  ) days after posting at which the council will hold a public hearing thereon Section 7. ADOPTION OF BUDGET: After such further hearing the Council may Insert the additional Item or iicius and make the Increase or Increases, to the amount in each case indicated hy the posted Notice, -or to a lesser amount, but where It shall Increase the total proposed expenditures, It shall also liarreasc the total ssnticlpato.l i-venue at least equal sorb total pr n gaWSit i jaatalltures. Section ( vOTS WBOJVfRED FOR AO#PTIOf: Thv M lBo n shall be adeiriTed by the favorawtb vote of at lea*t majority of B Ae members of the Council. Section t. DATE OF FINAL ADOP' TION; FAILURE TO >eOPT: The budget shall be finally adopted not later than the lath day Of the last; month of fhe fiscal veefr. Should the Cowrren rake no final action on or prior to such day, the budget, as submitted, shall be deemed to have been finally adopted by the Council. Section 10. EFFECTIVE DATE OF BUDGET: CERTIFICATION; COPIES MADE AVAILABLE: Upon final adoption, the budget shall be in effect for the budget year. A copy of the budget as finally adopted, shall he certified by the Mayor and CITy Clerk. and filed In the office of the (in Cl.-ik. The budget so certified shall tie printed, mimeographed or otherwise reproduced and sufficient copies thereof shall be made available for the use of all offices, departments and agenc!cs,and for the use of interested person* and civic orgnnlzat IonSection 11. BUDGET ESTABLISHES APPROPRIATIONS: lYom the effective date of Hie budget, the several amounts stated therein ns propoaed expenditure* shall be end become appropriated to the several object* and puipos.-e therein named. Section 12. BUDGET ESTABLISHES AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BV PROPERTY TAX; CERTIFICATION TO TAXING AUTHORITY: Prom the effective date of the hudget, the amount stated therein as Ihe amount to be raised by property tax shall constitute a determination of Ihe aniouni of levy for the putpoaog of ihe City, in the cm responding tax year. A copy of the budget as finally adopted shall be certified by the Mayor and filed by him with the Officer. Hoard or Commission whose dut}' It shall !>•• t" levy auch taxes for the correspond ing tax year. Section 1t. BUDGET MESSAGE: CURRENT OPERATIONS: The budIn addlIOII to such acts of the conn, il a* are required bv statute or b) thla I barter tobe by Ordinance, every act of the Council establishing n fine or other nenaltv or providing for the expending of fund's or fur the %  "''<"•'' "< indebtedness, shall bby <"* n !" l The enacting cl.use of a Il ordlnancesball lie "TIIK Col Mil. oh THK CITY OK NORTH MIAMI BBACH HI:HI:IIY ORDAlNf"__,,__ OB Section IJ. PROCEDURE FOR PASSAGE OF ORDINANCES: FIRST READING: Kvery ordinance shall be Introduced In writing in the form In which It I* to be f'naIIv passed, and after passage on flr.t reading .hall be poJS^nrTfity Hall *t lea*t once together with a Notice of the time and 52 !" whin and where It w UI be.glven a p..hu> hearing and h* eoa'''"^ for final paeeag*. The flrt ucn •}*Ing .ball bTit least on* week prior to the time adverthiea Section 14. affCOND READING and improving of all fro Al^ PUBLIC MEARINOi At the time mine the pl^ .T ,..!,. Z, advertised or at any time hearing on t and I. e TA whhh ld hearing sh.H. to be aoot. „,,, time „, time, be adjourned. *ueh and place. Hudget message; supportfget message submitted by the Mayor Ing schedules 17. Hudget 1H. Anticipated revenues 1. Anticipated revenue* compared with other years 20. Surplus 21. Miscellaneous revenue* tl Miscellaneous revenues; anticipated surplus from municipal utility or other public sei vice enterprise 23. Miscellaneous revenues; isure of estimate* 24. Miscellaneou* revenues. receipts for special' assessments 21. Mlseellaueotm revenues; from new source* 2fi. Proposed rtrnenirrrurcH 2J. Proposed egnendltui es comparison WlttJl other ve*r 2. How n p.,} merit* on capital t irojecls ludget sumrosry Section 1. FISCAL YEAR: The fiscal >e*r of the City Oivernment shall begin on the first day of November and shall end on tire fnwt day of October of each calendar year. Such fiscal year shall slan constitute the hudget and ai-countllhT year. Aa uaed In thl* Chnrlcr. the term "Iludget Year" shall mean the flacal year for which anv particular budget is adopted and In which It Is administered. Section 2. PREPARATION AND SUBMISSION OF BUDGET: The Mayor at least sixty I0) days prior to the beginning of each budget year, shall submit to the City Council a budget and an explanatory hudget message In the form and with the contents provided by Sections 13 and 1*. For such purpose, at such date as he shall determine, he, or an officer designated bv him. shall obtsln from the head of each office, department or agencv, estimate* of revenue and expenditure of thai office. IVpartment or Agency, detailed by organisation units and character and object of expenditure, and auch other supporting data as he may request: together with an estimate of sll capital -project* pending or which *uch Department head believe* should be undertaken within the budget year. In preparing the budget, the Mayor ahall review the estimates, shall hold hearings thereon and may revise the estimate*, a* he mav deem advisable S-ction J. BUDGET A PUBLIC RECORD: The budget and budget message and all supporting schedules shall be a public record In the Office of the City Clerk open to public Inspection by anvone. The Mayor shall cause sufficient copies of the budget ,,,d I udget message to he prepared for distribution to Interested persons. *nd shall be available to the public for a period of not leaa than thlrtv (30) gay* prior to the period of adoption by the CounHI Section 4 PUBLICATION OP NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS: At a meetlne of the City Council at which the budget and budget message are submitted, the Council hll determine the plsce nnd time of the public he budget and shall eause posted n Notl-e of the time not les* th*n (even (7) to the Council shall be explanatory of the budget, shall contain an outline of the proposed financial policies of the City for the budget year and shall describe In connection the .with tinImportant feature* Of Ihe budget plan Ii shall set forth the reason* for salient changes from the previous year In OOOt and revenue Items and shall explain any major change* in financial policy Section 14. BUDGET MESSAGE; CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS: A* a part of the budget message, with relation to the propo-c,I expenditures for down payments and other proposed expenditures for capital project* stated In the hudget. the Mayor shall Include a statement of pending capital project* nd proposed new capital projects relating the respective amounts proposed to be raised therefor by appropriation In the budget and the respective amounts If any. proposed to be raised therefor by the Issuance of bonds during the budget year Section 1S. BUDGET MESSAGE: CAPITAL PROGRAM: The Mayor %  hall also include In the message, or atini Ii thereto, a capital pro*ram of proposed capital projects for the in Si Racal veal B0K1 succeeding the budget year, prepared by the planning Commission, or other authority, together with his comments thereon and any estimate* of coat* prepared by the department of public works or other office, department or agency. For the use of said authority. In preparing auch capital program, copies of the departmental estimate* of capital project*, filed with the Mayor. PUX*u*nl to Section 2 of this Article. ahall be filed with the Comml*lon. Section 16. BUDGET MESSAGE: SUPPORTING SCHEDULES: Attached to the budget message shall be *uch *iipportlng schedules, exhibits, snd other explanatory material. In respect to both current operations and capital Improvementa, as the Mayor shall believe useful to the Council. Section 17. BUDGET: Th e hudret shall provide a complete financial plan for the budget year. It shall contain a tabular form: (aI Oeneral summary (b) Detailed estimates of sll anticipated revenues applicable to proposed expenditures fc) All proposed expenditure* The total of such anticipated revenues shall equal the total of *uch proposed expenditure*. Section 1*. ANTICIPATED REVENUES: Anticipated revenues shall he classified as "aurplus". "Miscellaneous Revenues", and "Amount to be ralaed by Property Tax"; miscellaneous revenue shall be sub-classified by sources and shall be estimated as prescribed in Section* 21 to 25 of thl* Articlc Sectlon 1*. ANTICIPATED REVENUES COMPARED WITH OTHER YEARS: In parallel column* opposite the several Item* of anllclnated revenue* there shall be nlaced the amount of such Item In the budget of the last completed fiscal year, the amounts of such Items actually received during the year the amount of each such Item In the budget of the current fiscal year nd the amount actually received to the time of preparing tic budget plus iccctpt* for the reuiaindei of the current fiscal year estimated .10 accurately aa may be. bection 20. SURPLUS: Surplus shah include: (a) Hcvenue receipts made ai' 1 able by the lapsing of unencumbered appro;,rial lou bal., ice the beginning ol the budget year (b) irom nnantlcipalc miscellaneous revenues of lb preceding fiscal }• (c) Kecelpts from anticipated miscellaneous revenue* of the |>recedlng year in excess of the estimates in the budget. (d> Receipt* during the previous fi-cal year from taxes or Hen* against which a complete reserve has been established. Section 2i. MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE: Misc.-li. lie oils revenues shall include anticipated u venues from th. collet t.on of taxes other than the general property tax; the amount of Stall am lo be received: the amoun: b) which toe .'it-. ,s expected, to be,,. lit from taxes collected by 'he stale the amounts estimated to be racelvi from s,-r\ ices and sales, fine* anil forfeit tree, pension ggaeaemente special assessments and oth i special or nonI I Clll |Hg SOU, CCS. Section 22. MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES: ANTICPATfcD SURPLUS FROM MUNICIPAL UTILITY OR OTHtR PUBLIC SERVICE ENTERPRISE: The gntll I'.il-'l lev.'lilies an,, proposed expenditures of each utility or other public service enterprise owned or operated, by the City, SMl lie staled In a separate section of thbudgct (each bearing the name ,.f the utility): and as lo each such utility, an anticipated surplus. If legally available for general purposes, shall be stated as an Item of miscellaneous revenue in the budget. Section 23. MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE; MtASURE OF ESTIMATES: No miscellaneous revenue from any s,,ur,e shall be included as an anticipated revenue in the budget in un amount In excess of the average of the amount actually realized In cash from the same source In the next preceding fiscal year, and that nctuaU] realised En the fust ten months of the current fiscal year plus that to be received In the remaining two months of the year estimated as accurately as may be, unless the Mayor shall determine that the .fads clearly wai rant the expectation that such rxcea* amount will actually be realised In ..,s|, during the budget year nnd shall certify auch determination lu writing to the Council. Section 24. MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES; RECEIPTS FROM SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS: Revenue* from the collection of special assessments ,.,, property specially bencfltl.*! -hall not be slated In an amount which la in CM. -H of the amount of the receipt" so derived which It is estimated will be held in cash on the first day of the budget I Section 25. MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES: FROM NEW SOURCES: No revenue from a new 0OOTO* not previous!} itated in the budget shall be included unless the Mayor Shall determine thai the fact* clearly u rani the expectation thai Mich revenuo will be actually realized in cash dining the hudget year in the amount stated and shall ,-ertif} such determination in wilting 10 Ihe Council. If the new revenue is to be received rrom the state, the anticipated amount shall not eXi •'• I tinamount which the proper office of the Stale shall declare In writing to be the amount which in*} reaeonably be anticipated in tinbudget year. Section 26. PROPOSED EXPENDITURES: The propound egpendltureo -hall be Itemized in such form and to such extent as shall be provided by law, and in the absence of such provision, hy regulation* established by Ordinance Separate provisions shsll be llll lulled III th. budget f I lea (a) int.-i.-st. amortisation, and redemption charges on the public debt which the faith and credit of the City is pledged (l>) other statutory expendif, ti'i Thpayment of nil judgment*. (.1) The amount by which the total receipts of miscellaneous revenues In the '-last completed t,se.,l vear failed to e<|ual the total of thbudget estimates of receipts from miscellaneous revenues for that year. iel An amount eo,ual to the aggregate of all taxes levied for the third fis, .,1 year prior to the budget vear which are delinquent and outstanding on the oth day prior to the beginning of the budget year. ex. apt to the extent the City may have made provision therefor by rent ing the full amount of BAM dilinquent taxes (f) An amount equal to the aggregate of all cancellations, remissions, abatements and refunds of tagjOd that have lieen made during the current fiscal year. (g) An amount equal to the aggregate of all sfs-cial revenue notea which It I* estimated will he outatandlng at the end of the current year In anticipation of the collection of revenues other than the property tax. th) An amount e,|ual to the aggregate of sll emergency notes which It Is estimated will he outstanding at the end of the current year. (I) If the City Is required to make UP the deficit arising from the operations of utility or other public eervlce enterprises, an amount eejual to the deficit from such nperatlone during the last comoleted fiscsl vear, separately stated for each utility or other public service enterprise which aopears in a separate section of the budget. (J) Administration, operation and maintenance of each Office. Department or Agencv of the Cltv Itemised by character and object of cxi>enditure. (k) Contingent evnenae In an amount not more than tlwar per centum of the total amount *t*ied pursuant to subsection (j) of thl* Section. (1) Expenditure* proposed for canltI project*. Including provisions for down pavments on cnnltsl projeeta a* required bv Section IS of thl* Article. Section 27. PROPOSED FXPENDITURES: COMPARISON WITH OTHER YEARS: In parallel cnlumna oppoalte the several Items of proponed exnendllMi-e*. there shall he nlaced the amount of e^ch surh Item In the hudet of the ht comrdnted fiscal vear. the amount ftt ueh tteme actually expended duringwieh vear. the amount of each auch item In the hiideet of the current vear. sad the smoont actually expended to fRe lime of nr-rlng the hudret n fh* the expenditure* for the remalMSr of



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I. LEGAL NOTICE the current rtaal yar estimated Section 28. DOWN PA>MENTS ON CAPITAL PROJECTS .• %  %  thorl* %  eum i l .1 :.-.-.%  %  Ieg> % %  to fl which li Ihe reeul other owned public lervice i to be mat,-: ent of th*: I" and notei bonds, purauanl to thli Charter to VO^iu.^:Th^ D ri AN .Sfli Ise the I. Bond Ord nan. e" pi ,] i... „. r-it, Oouacll In I vided In Reel on I of th Section 5. FORM AND CONTENT OF BOND ORDINANCE: A Kid OtST %  %  < lain In rabstai the following provlslonaT^ (I) An appropriation of a nutn of mow tor a capital project"'*,, letont f..r reasonable • the said %  ppi ni "; Fl, '"'" ,v lr noun! mir '• ,,r U) A statement of the estimated Secton '0 REFERENDUM ON BOND ORDINANCES %  %  %  %  I %  %  I her %  • %  %  %  i %  I, %  %  %  t:t;i!!,:. \ g-* %  • of bond S 8 DOWN PAYMENT NOT N CERTAIN CASES %  s• A^ i HORiZATlON OF NOTES IN ANTICIPATION OF I %  Section IS. OTHtrl PROCEEDINGS BY RESOLUTION: All Mi.ill. i,ii be • majority ..r th. < '...in. il Section It ALL BONDS PAID IN ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS: All : • %  Section 17 FIRST ANNUAL INSTALLMENT ,| ,„. • %  than two Section 18 LAST ANNUAL INSTALLMENT %  Section 19. PERIOD OF USEFULPA|sA C f?" ,L1tD FR0M DATE OF M*aa!*u X PERl0D F USEFUL NESS: U Ma • and"'. Section 3*. SHOUT PERIOD Of LI MiiATIONS. Wh'-n I'l-iii' aftei in • T.,.1 passa*. "i immi '" • "r itala ..r .MlemenU of I in -u. h ,i. Hi.|.t "r r#: lo be li tiiMiniiiB l ii mis Iheieby ..,„, nif. I'll! and all ill f.n. .. ;.|H.| it., m ilin> Inn the ,„, ,. bond ..r.llnance nhall l %  have boon larl) p aaaa d b) the „; mpi) iin the provl. bai li i and all lawa; li bond not Hi. • %  IM M I by i ilh.r a party plaintiff irmlant eaoapt In a n "i \f IIIIIKI. "111Ehe expiration of twi lj (20) da) a. Section PAYMENT OF BONOS AND NOTES: The power aad Obll.an..ii ol Hi. '"'! I" l'V any and all hereafter ixaued by lant t<. thie fharter, nhall be e.i and the CIO hall levy ad valorem taaea upoa all taxable prtp.rtv .tlllli 111.I'll) (or tile |.wn.llt nda or note* and intereat %x ihoul llmilatlon of rate or I.nth ami credit of the .it% i herebi plndaed for the pa\m.-iil ..( the prim i|U and of hereby di that i lHaajaJII \ In ,\iil .. nl thi ith li l shall, in any • %  .--.. \ alldlt) of ihiouters -, %  bOBdfl ..r i. li reaulai • the ..t.Hants .. --, %  ?-,•,I for ARTICLE V. DFPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL i I .-.I %  • %  mtn i Removal Hoar*— 1 ri ..!..i :• %  | and i in. i i '\.. minor Hoard %  l an,I t'laa 'It il s. n li • Hoard— an.I I miles. I: lies PromoOoti Civil %  *— N :. -ion. led Hel i k i Civil Hervlea Board — %  ni KmIfled Condition (or ixvnirnt of In Claaa ii Powers of Sihi>,*na. I tha Vi oductli li PenalttM %  •( I'n.vlstona, IVnallles i %  relaI I'ensl. I ...nt I'l.in i %  %  i • ind, Ineurn %  >( I'm H ns f..r veil %  >n 1. MERIT BASIS OF AP• • I ami Una i %  %  CIVIL SERVICE BOARD: ToC£ BE e? App OiNTMENTS: ELEC REMOVAL There Is hereby I Service II I-' 14. I %  li I bt the '"lt> "f North Ill tee Il I • ClfV Of N Tth ii .mm. :Hi.n* %  l.-l Section s4"E*.a !. T ,0 *..ffi '•'"rsu • ini.nl. the li ninn ualve i IMKS |„voi bonda of the bond J2Ue SALE: l .""-".ALE: All aaU aft. iled pro. 'lualll 'MI i once i n lion l b th e "'"•'"'< IBM M in in ih. Positions filled ellart. "•e-e.,|,rt ,„ h '-;-iilot„ sre filled %  II rertlr* .. % %  and or.I Uf5r r t ';S, 4 ,>f ro iL Mmw a„. „„. "WICI: TK? Mv?l Cl AMIri LEGAL fled and c cauaUVsd Adopt, ainend „y code of rules ami rearaUlk. '" 'or the a, IntinVn,* mont In all position, i. £-. .Service, baaed on merit character and industry %  llsnilssals. ausiM-nniiMn ,' reslanatlona for cause, rules affdlnii K'irles of appointinents i shall include or have to the provision. ,,f Artl. I (I) Advlsand as.ist and Mayor In fo-terinf the I inslltulinna ••( nlaaj, slonal and era|.|..in> <^ (l h the lin|.r..o ards In the M nu. |os| KMI (31 Advise th. on problem t ration. HI Make ill. :ilV..t|jH, It may com ih.admlnh tnn ,| |r Municipal S. r\ .n.| n i'M> I'oimcll .. each year. and rec.imm.-i..' (M Haai a: %  „ cer .* empl.iv.-i the OaJL— li-e Is Mtapondi and repoi t lr .-oun.-il and to imendati'i Section S. CIVIL SERVlCtl PROMOTIONS ThIkan), l.rovi.le (or prom'.Iion t., in th.Claaalfli oids of mem conduct and pen Section 7. CIVIL SERVICEI REMOVAL. SUSPENSION: I TION; OF EMPLOYEES INI FIED SERVICE: (1) NOTICK Th.IITSUI permanent ajanployei sbsll awl effective until 11.I %  .-iwitmaa tor shall have (irst servei I employee with a iMwharate. tofether !• la detail aa ahall en ployee to explain Ihe sttaad own defenae. A copy at a of IMachanre together will I Idoyee's explanaii. %  : l( aay.i (Iled with the I'-^id A einplo>ee who ha> i i |ier ua In any other laaaflaal civil eel \ ice riklusuch an empi" i M the Dapai Itni i : ll to tile i'l> (21 OROUNDS FOR M SUSPENSION AND DEr3 The following h of duty ami dismissal in,n. though chain's me] Upon causes ..tin I via, tliii einah i has be-i Inal v ih IIIK moral ii.i ot criminal .• %  lime Hi, v.il • Ihe empl i queat thai Ihe %  such lln la terminated, %  •' be '"'• %  a.. 1-1 .( ail rJithl an Id period of 11.1, d. (iirtli.-i, lln'l %  d limy have |.| .H .-. .1 ai. days notice In aril "* i has u.llfll" aull(> of I" %  Inmate or pi loom lull..n or bo ld has willfulb the provisions of l.aw or Holes ..f 'nenllaeaeaj ,.( a Ctt ..n in f i K.lated • %  ( l..\ee ft ,, baa boon ajmin IllK to an of North Miami !'• %  (f) III vl reasons! fflclal '""''''.'aJ der, or failed lo "bey sn> %  reaaonnble direction "*JS1 I,, his supciioi a re oy i failure "''•'"',." an act of Instil-•' %  0 JL2 ions breach of : %  '• ;•,' ^i, resulted Ol "f^l %  s uit, i" I"' jrr,i the Prtaonora or W.IPHO"" .eH id has Is-en '"/"VaBit or off. his cndu, I brlaassa N.ta iltmealj '" %  nerfBraaj Upon the hi or ih) has conn aeaae. or a pi. which in ptnvee '"' of th| ") has i... ;;'YISI .mount lo in graceful PI ,in ,. been wani. ...ndm-t .* l"'" ,.,,i.i:, .„ an ,,: % %  <*' Si h....i Counili r a proposed ordinance • orV^propoyed '<•"',„,;,an approprlallon % %  "" n n te p* Ina Ihe BW where such soli.' and oatah elsewhere Hie %  ill I. 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h*l to pr<>now| upon subjects with which it has only a superficial seems to me that age, too. has such temerity tor Rabbi Emeritus of South Shore Temple in Chicago. prooosMal upon me although we have never met, and he assumes m\ certain fields of knowledge despite the fact that we ai| course, engaged in mutual discussion. I respectfully beg Rabbi Fox only to give me time si, great sin of being young; but a few years more, and if ated. In the body of his defense, the author restates hit | believe that as time goes on, the Jews will increasing I among their great teachers." He cites as support fur this I The Bureau of Jewish Education and the University of Miami are to be congratulated for the Montefiore. Dr. Emil G. Hirsch. Dr. Kauf'mann Kohkr, bold step they are taking in announcing courses %  Eneleow and Dr Stephen S. Wise. Then Rabbi Fox in Hebrew language and civilization that will Mmdlin doesn't know the literature on the subject.be be given at the Bureau's building on NW 3rd ru>ni d •"•*' making a banal reference to the eighteenti Avenue Alexander Pope, and his work. Essay On Man. rFoob' The courses will be applicable toward degree fJf eU fe t0 ,read Thls U M txuople of very Arthur (sodfrpv The Business and Professional Division of the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal will gather Thursday evening at the Saxony Hotel to become apprised once again of the significance cf the CJA drive locallv, nationally and overcredit nnH win"h'o ^.M^k^o" 1 luwuIa ae< ? re f lor my failure to mention them in my column on his seas. Y Thk In TJw? T 3 Y U P er onn 1 ,r ""> "'> disinclination to accept the position of the* As we see it, this story can not be repeated „* A ? un ver8,t Y s constantly as I must continue to reject Rabbi Fox's. It doss not expanding programs and the increasing awarethen or that 1 am now unacquainted with them imJ'J 5 f7T J f?,ha L ,he r le lhe r,niJ n *" h • *"'' th-t the Jews will not xffl IM must include leadership m the area of dealthen to do so would bs to fly in the face ol two! -qh, and we are certcin that Miamians engaged in business and professional acvill respond with the sort of gen:.g the occus:: on of Ins ^ ina with community needs. The announcement also emphasir martyrdom and to give up an identity that has made t the annals ol history Of course. Rabbi Pox will again gree of maturity that our Bureau of Jew. terete his statement in his cation has attained. Most significant is %  I ol his .1. -u'• teachings is neither i • w nor I call UM the Rabbi to qualify broM >0 that he is nrored to take time out from his rigorous radio and television schedule to fly here for the Thusrday evening affair. His showmanship re:.ec Is the entertainer's human belief in the principles of democracy and freedom everywhere Mr. Godfrey, as quest of honor, will emphasize the larger meaning of the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal. Egypt "Explains' Blockade The Egyptian Official Gazette this week "explained the reason for the government's antiIsrael blockade policy. The reasoning is as complicated as the methods employed to seize and confiscate all shipments to the Jewish State round in Egyptian waters. As we understand it, the Gazette notes that modern wars are characterized by total economic mobilization and that it is becomhq increasingly difficult to make any distinction be-n military personnel and civilian populaIt has also become customary, the Gazette conhnue., to regard all imports of a belligerent ?£ £1 T^ contraban d. For this "reason." it! !" S rgQn COnchldes Egypt is taking •ten measures against Israel to attain the de sired end. bringing home to the area at large I for qualified, well trained Sun '"" : "' ,h *' vali'tity of th I leathers. The courses to be aiven %  ** h,,u,d l,K % %  d more comclete standard rTf". nich ,he au,bor '' '"' >um mq for such teachers : '' "'"' Miamians will be the HWt w • • • hould uJ n>y r *J* ,he l ,r ""' ,r > ~" m iKia ;;„. J. ,,, direct beneficiaries o! .,-,,• BuJZalTlTuIeiP h !" d ^ !" *' <"* m tec many revered Babb. of .hat has become ZZ1 Y i"'" SerVC a need Md hoU !" '" •** the Jews can turn to BM the oast tZ,TJ, lnCr easin ^'y PMing during ''''"< Including a man who became enshroud,,! b, mess nTereJ Z Y As a means ol "timulatinq R ,f bbi Fo 1otei from Britain's Mr. Pope, pensw • „ J %  %  neW courses 'e Bureau has an '" lhal c,,untr > '^ '-" r < Herbert, the de ReliK>"nc Lak.sU to wortt S s,u n den,s n if S^? ^'-^ips "^ U n,h !" ^ !" ** -vement. i oiuacms. n seems to us that th Bureau ,s to be doubly commended on th's ?1I##M score. I->l SaluKvs Music >|nlh The University of Miami Symphony Orch ranfn— esRABBI FOX'S MAJOR DEFINSI RISTS on a very I unction, wherein he asMits that I confused his major I Jews will never accept Jesus as the MessUh. he a|r**J "", '"""Phecy of his inevitable acceptance in the role %  ^.lue ol Jes U s |n ( hristianity is as s symbol of messsij| ne Homan Church glorifies Jesus as s religious philwj abbi Fox to St. Thomas Aquinas and the Summa Th The authors clinching argument lies in his very -fare To i^CZl^ !" ^ ^ !" !" ",uhV ^^^STSS -nivenjj 'eninq at the Miami Beach and Dnd r Y /"I. ^ i$ charmin objectivity, but it dees not J uditoriums. d Dade Cou n'y '. SMn, al fac ,n m>' own teaching at a uaviversity, I *" ^enchanted when I discovere, -h. Germany. numbors among its ranks many Stale reflects !" """ %  com Petent lecturer, I i 's fellow citid uaran, >t that fact. even A M and r hfs e rS mWaSb0r,,inMunic .G •jsfSSi'ityf-.vf %  i teaching t n enchanted when I discovered that the prol,-s.on. l^B hacks. While I am can not take his quaiuw nS^i^^Ll^Solved .ionVnSl^^s'tw^ that a war does not exist at this time. It concepts ligerent state 1 %  •'"> %  the Rabbi makes reference to my P"' u Jllrngn. 0 carry en the grudge against the hrutolg, „,, I refer him to two thousand yean o\^ **d by an evil spirit, they are habitusl murder** Israel, for example, is no. a "bel W K S 1 8 ^ 1 "">-• now develnn 9 reHeC r no note is taken of ,L lac phTnv OSK' Th Uni ^' E,'", Bnter^^t" Qnd ^-nductol'S;. fr' was ?cn?fJ?w mil,,ar y j which bgqed for armisllfl n A ^^ 'outed on the field of battle in w 9 .' I J 6 fmd 8tran ^ e ,hat ,he governmerit should w ant to continue a conflict in which mark's ^JT H mlv A iMt "" J ws *! ^'Jb!* arKs So whenever the Jew tells you it wss men •"* to be commend^7 UCT r Mr J hn "tilT. T n Who Pitted against us. say to him tWjJ. to honor the Musi? uS? r ,heir decision,""" n,rt h ve ">> war unle God hi permitted^| performance of Mr. fcnLwr wi,h ,h *Le It'" h,Ve no P rt ^ PP^ Fvor of **2 Israel. ^n-Haun Fanfare To Jew h T"-/* J !" % ***** ** P !" 1 "' '^ If should prove „ iin R* b >i F<,x feels so Inclined, he i* e c0 ^ prove a worthwhile mvuiCQ •xperiI find little satisfaction in the process of begguuJ J Iftuscau v** J^C SLZZliL U s f*r*



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WAY. JANUARY 22. 19S4 +Je1shnr>rkUr*n PAGE 9 A IWV to Aid ; J A Campaign All Jewish War Veteran Posts the Greater Miami area have imbined for a united effort as a n „ to work with the 1954 GreatMi ami Federation of the Comlf, (( | Jewish Appeal, ftumnianders and representa|ves ni'the West Miami, Hialeahliami Springs, Coral Gables and lorman Bruce Brown of Miami, II posts of this area, met at the tjbold Building Monday and desEnated Jack Regal as director of a ;,:• bined JWV unit to solicit for he coming Federation drive. Regal has been a tireless workr serving as worker captain and iajor for Federation for the past 1 ve years. He is presently serving Ctrustee of the Norman Bruce frown Post. As a veteran of World kar I. he was decorated with a French Croix de Guerre, the Leton of Merit and is a holder of he Navy Cross, next highest award the Congressional Medal of lonor. Commanders Max Goldstein, of kialeahMiami Springs Post, Oscar I rt of the Norman Bruce f


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LEGAL NOTICE in* of the petition. Attached to each separate petition paper there snail oe an affidavit of the circulator thereol that he, and lie only, personally en ciliated the foregoing paper, that 11 bears the stated number of signature*, that all the signatures appended thereto were mad* in his presence, and that he believes them to be the genuine signatures of the persons whose names they purport to be. Section 5. FILING. EXAMINATION AND CERTIFICATION OF PETITIONS: All petition papers comprising an Initiative or referendum petition shall be assembled and filed with the Cltv Clerk as one Instrument. Within twentv (L'U) days lifter a petition Is filed, "the City Clerk shall determine whether each paper of the petition has a proper statement of the circulator, whether the petition is signed by a sufficient number of qualified electors. The City Clerk shall attach thereto an affidavit signed by the Circulator thereof. If a petition paper Is found to be signed by more persons than the number of signatures certified bv the circulator, the last signature In excess of the number certiied shall be disregarded. If a petition paper Is found to be signed by fewer persons than the number certified, the signatures shall be accepted unless void on other grounds. After completing his examination of the petition, the City Clerk shall certify the result thereof to the Council at Its next regular meeting. If he shall certify that the petition is Insufficient he shall set forth In his certificate the particulars In which It is defective and shall at once notify the Committee of the Petitioners of his findings. Section 6. AMENDMENT OF PETI. TIONS: An Initiative or referendum petition may be amended at any time within ten (10) days after notification of Insufficiency has been sent by the City Clerk, by filing a supplementary petition upon additional papers signed and filed as provided in case of an original petition. The City Clerk shall, within five (5) days after such an amendment is filed, make examination of the amended petition and. If the petition is still insuficlent, he shall file his certificate to that effect In his office and notify the Committee of the petitioners of his findings and no further action shall be had on such insufficient petition. The finding of the insufficiency of a petition shall not prejudice the fling of a new petition for the same purpose. Section 7. EFFECT OF CERTIFICATION OF REFERENDUM PETITION: When a referendum petition, or amended petition, as defined In Section 6 of this Section, has been certified as sufficient by the City Clerk, the Ordinance specified in the petition shall not go into effect, or further action thereunder shall be suspended, if it shall have gone into effect, until and unless approved by the electors, as hereinafter provided. Section I. CONSIDERATION BY COUNCIL: Whenever the Council receives a certified Initiative or referendum petition from the City Clerk. It shall proceed at once to consider such petition. A proposed initiative ordinance shall be read, and provision shall be made for a public hearing upon the proposed ordinance. The Council shall take final action on the Ordinance not later than sixty <6o) days after the date on which such Ordinance shall be reconsidered by the Council and its final vote upon such reconsideration shall be upon the question. "Shall the Ordinance specified in the Referendum Petition be Repealed?" Section 9. SUBMISSION TO ELECTORS: If the Council shall fail to pass an ordinance proposed by Initiative petition, or shall pan ft in a form different from that set forth in the f 'etltlon therefor, or if the Council ail to repeal a referred ordinance, the t reposed or referred ordinance shall e submitted to the electors at large, not less than thirty U0| days, nor more than sixty IS") days from the date the Council takes its final vote thereon. The Council may. in its discretion, and If no regular election Is to be held within such period, provide for a special election Section 10. FORM OF BALLOT FOR INITIATED AND REFERRED ORDINANCES: Ordinances submitted to vote of the electors In accordance with the initiative and referendum provisions of this Charter shall be submitted by ballot title, which shall be prepared In all cases by the Department of Law or other principal legal adviser of the City. The ballot title may be different from the legal title of any such Initiated or referred ordinance and shall lie a clear, concise statement, without argument or prejudice descriptive of the substance of such ordinance. The ballot used in voting upon ny ordinance If a paper ballot shall have below the ballot title the following propositions, one above the other, In the order Indicated: "For The Ordinance" and 'Against the Ordinance" Immediately at the left of each proposition there shall be a square In which by making a cross (X) the elector may vote for or against the Ordinance. Any number of ordinances mav be voted on at the same election and may be submitted on the same ballot, but any paper ballot used for voting thereon shall be for that purpose only If voting machines are used, the ballot title of any ordinance shall have Below It the same two propositions, one above the other, or one preceding the other in the order Indicated, and the elector shall be given an opportunlty to vote for either of the two propositions and thereby to vote lor or against the ordinance. .tV*' 0 ."Ill AVAILABILITY OF LIST OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS: if any organisation or group requests H" P ur Pose of circulating the S" l w matter relating to the Ordinance to be voted on, the Hoard of hlections, or the City Clerk or other office, department or agency of the fnri h K v i l n ..L he ""' of qualified elec: tors, shall either permit such organisation or group to copy the names and f .? !" i if". of l ne "."''"''• %  d electors or "ed Initiative f. lh a n e .K ha vo J" ,avor thereof, of fh. V. ereu 1 on J* •> Ordinance 3u2 i C,t fA '•'•Ted Ordinance 8S 22 approved by a majority of JherniTiT, 10 ^ M V ,ln ? th rM>n %  *" %  fllrHnJ^ } %  de *• m ,l repealed. If conVhl Li* ord,nanc e are approved by the electors at the same election, the Off Weafttea; the greatest number of arirmatlve votes shall prevail to the axtent of such conflict. ARTICLE X ART ll-LE TAX ADMINISTRATION Section 1. J "vision of Af"" !" '".*-.' I property subject w rax. method of A '"' „ 3. Board of Aaseesn* HI KeVlew „ 4 Hoard of Assessment Heview; powers and dUtlea 5. 1-ubiK ii' ai a| on complaints fi. Appeal to Courts 7. Division Of Collections > Colic tor's Bond Taxes payable "hen due 111. li-eparaik>n and Delivery of Tax Bills Mcnsion of Tax for CUTnt year on Assessment .. '."'... ., .„„ ,, a.v .M' Rolls 12. Description of Tax Bill 13. Office of AssessorCollector arbitration lb) Net Capital Investment means ,hi actual anS rable cost „ a properties and capital outlay uaad be the City Assessor lnlll[ T Section 2. PROPERTY SUBJECT TO TAX; METHOD OF ASSESSMENT: All real and persona! W within the city, not expressly exempted bv law. shall be subject to annual taxation at Its true value. The Ai sor shall begin the work of MM roll shall be avaiiaoie tor puijuc inspection during the period from the 10th dav of July to the 10th clay of A Section 3. BOARD OF ASSESSMENT REVIEW: There shall be a Board of Assessment Review to be composed of the City Council sitting specifically for that purpose. Section 4. BOARD OF ASSESMENT REVIEW; POWERS AND DUTIES: I i Hoard of Assessment Review shall have the power to la) Review on complaint of property owners assessments for the purpose of taxation of real and personal property within the City made by the City Assessor, (b) Administer Oaths i. i lake Testimony id) Hold Hearings le) Adopt regulations regarding the procedure of Assessment Review, Section 5. PUBLIC HEARINGS ON COMPLAINTS: Beginning with the l.'.th day of August of sal long thereafter .ma) be necessary the City Council, sitting as a Hoard of Assessment Review shall hear and determine the complaint of an> person in relation to the nffTserment roll. Complaints to the Hoard of Assessment Review shall be in writing and under oath. Hut the procedure before such Board shall be informal and of a nature calculated to effect Justice as simply as possible. Hearings upon complaints shall be held in the order received and as promptly after the filing thereof, as possible, and the determination of the Hoard of Assessment Review shall he made within ten (10) days after such filing. Such determination shall be Immediately certified by the Secretary of the Hoard to the City Assessor, whose duly It shall be to make such correction upon the assessment roll and duplicate, as the Board mav determine. Section t. APPEAL TO COURTS: Appeal from the determination of the Hoard of Assessment Review may be taki n lo a Court of competent Jurisdiction ndt later than thirty (IS) davs after certification to the City x--ssoi Section 7. DIVISION OF'COLLECTION: There shall be established in the Department of Finance a dlvlson of collection, the head of which shall be the city Tax Collector Section 8. COLLECTORS BOND: The loll.. t.,r shall, before the delivery to him of the Aaaesatni nl Roll give surety bond for the faithful performance of his duties, including compliance with all controlling provisions of law bearing upon the functions of 2 4. ce> ln a 'orm approved by the Mate lax Commissioner, and in'such R Um, j no "* ,han ,h amount sstab llshed by the Commission.:, as ,ii.,ll be fixed by the Council Section 9. TAXES PAYABLE DE S L C ,VE n RY ,0 6F P T R A E r B 1^S ON V.22 and n, W m. ,r *P. ar "'K. C pleting ami mailing „r otherwise delivering tax bills for the fiscal year lo the owners of property assessed so far as such owners are known and shall f>s?d^ U ,V' r \ 0n or • tS5 first day of November. The validity same shall be payable shall not be aft •ct.d by the failure of the C„i.,',', to mall or otherwise deliver a tax Section It. EXTENSION OF TAX M 0 ENT CU R R O R L E L NT ,VEAR 0N 8S. MfcNT ROLL: Lpon adopt on of the current budget by the Council In ic? 1 Til 1 le wl,n ,he procedure prescribed In Article IV of thl. c-.. ^ am "'. ."^"""atton thereby of'Vh. itv hu ,! ""*"" %  r "">'•' author%  t>, shall have caused to be extended ?E.?!L. K **?"J n M ro nd duplicate IS r ?h X e C, r a n P e U, „' ,, U ~ h raise the required JXZStnV" !" ARTICLE XI Section nBBJS""* a (wi!?* of '"nchise %  gTS^U." Transfer Board bMe: valu a" 6. Rates; Annual cost of &vlce and sliding \g 5: ReTanrure""' 1 *** Eatabllhmnt n f v„ n i WP^Z* *<%& h-" n o^"r w,,h I'rlyate10> ^ U ,tn' Ml Vm Organ". Financial provision. unit price-hall be established for each class of property In accordance with propel Inventorj "' 'he JSfXl ties. Reasonable allowances shall be „,ade for normal a^ne^ oonetrueOon overhead coats, not Included In the unit prices The depieolation dedmtion shall Include both physical and functional factors, and shall take due account of the differences between the existing property units anu" ava lahlr modern units. Including the difference In maintenance between exlstinit and available new units. No additional allowances shall be made for franchise value, going concern \ alue, or other Intangible items not representing the actual unrerouped capital expenditures. Section 2. GRANTING OF FRANCHISES: Th. Citv shall have power to grant a franchise to any private corporation for the use of streets and other puhli. wayi in the furnishing of any public utilit* service to the CltJ and to Its inhabitants. All franchises and any renewals, extensions and amendments thereto, shall lie granted onlv hv ordinance \ pro p osed franchise ordinance shall be submitted to the Mayor, and he shall render to the Council a written report containing recommendations thereon Section 3 CONDITIONS AND TRANSFER OF FRANCHISES: la) Every franchise or renewal, extension or amendment at a franchise hereafter granted shall: tl) Impose upon the utility the duty to furnish proper service at a minimum attainable cost under proper organisation and efficient management. The City shall have the right to require such extensions, additions. Improvements and replacements of property as will result In economy or Improvement In service, and It may Issue such orders with respect to safety and other matters as may be necessary or desirable for the community. (2) 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. Such rates shall be sufficient to cover the com of service as defined ln Section 1 of this Article. (J) Reserve to the City the right at any tune after five (j) year*, to revoke the franchise and purchase all the properties of the utility at a purchase price equal to the net capital imcstnieni, or as to any properly included in the purchase for which the net capital Investment is not %  tamable from the accounts, at the estimated actual coot less accrued depreciation. tb) No franchise shall be transfer-"ov. ."','''' '" %  %  '" > ut i" ,v lo another without the approval of the city, and as a condition ... su. h approval .'.n the terms and conditions of this Section shall be Included In the transferred franchise. Section 4. RATE BASE' VALUA. T.ON BOARD: I, ne, .api'iaf hfv^I I o %  '; "'•• %  l'ed as Ihe rate base ... 'HI "'' ,h Coumril and E',.w u !' lk ""''''> tendering service ^•fo^: 1 -gp -i:,^ a rate base considered fair and reautm.; A\ M "" C llJ "*••>• and he hL 'K *'''",""•• '-' ''meal assistance shall he mi available t„ Ih e Asen SpSE ere.u r U ^' ,h P^vau aid 5uc in separate e,V„ V* ,h H "rd. and a Sfo^ScUoa 'yer'he ,d" r ""!;"a "" nation shall 1 1 ,, r.\" h ':' d and depr. 'ngi shallf be 1SU and W' """'OF S 'lER n v CE RA A T N E D 8: stf^^ L CO T BASIS: The rate. ,? INQ SCALE "*ned pJill,•„„,.,'' < v "> privately franchise r '„"i"" y exercising a terms „f -his Ch,t?,e 'sha'^"^ t0 h revlaed and a .n ...", """".be annually "d in conf„r,„a„ ,."";.''•'"" %  iH-d >y -Ions of General La w Wlth T h e I'rovl"hall annually f „*,' „T n oun. i| nam-es and .hall ~~£. .'""" l '* r "rdiof rate, wherein f n r f "'" *** cale jas return abnv. th" y '" r "e ex%  hall be divided m aVEi '" '"<* •••'ween th. ull ,. y ''*•< Proportion y • consumer. through rate reductions applicable to i ne sin c.ding year. Section i. RECORDS AND PROi,11 The Council shall establish or designate an Agency of the City Uov,,iii which shall assemble the ,.,, is which are essential to proper detei ininaiion ol cost of service and the living oi reasonable rates. Huch aaen, shall have and keep up to date an mveiiton of the property usvd In pub,, -.mce, Ihe cost of such properties Iiictuall) and reasonably Incurred or as fixed by appraisal, additions and letlrements made each year, the depreciation, and all matters that enter into the periodical readjustment of the rate base It shall have power to make, and shall conduct, all inspections and examinations of public utility properti. s a. count* and records necessary „i appropriate to carry out the provisions of this Charter. At the close of I, calendar or fiscal year. It shall make a comprehensive report and recommendation to the Mayor and the Council, The Mayor shall thereupon make separate recommendation* to the Council, which, after receiving; them, mav proceed with Informal negotiations or with formal proceedings. Kvery public utility operating within the City shall furnlah to such Agency regular reports as to capital outlay, property retirements, operating revenues, operating expenses, taxes and other accounting matters according to the standard accounting classification Issued for such utilities by the State I'uhlle I'tllltles Commission. In addition the City may require reports legardiiiK salaries, wages, employees contracts, service performance, and all other records of operation that pertain to proper rate adjustments on the basis of facts and regular admlnlatratlon. lb) The Agency established or designated by the Council shall also make appropriate efforts to obtain proper annual revision of rates of private utilities which do not operate under the franchise terms of this Charter, and which are not subject to municipal regulation by Ueneral Law. It may Initially obtain proper surveys of operating expenses, taxes and other charges, and of the net capital Investment in the properties used In public service within the City, and thereupon may endeavor, through negotiations with the utility, to obtain proper rate adjustments The determination of a rale base shall be made as set forth HI Section 4 of this Article. If It cannot obtain due agreement it shall file a complaint and petition, to the State liiiiln ("tllity Commission for a formal rate Imjulry. In such proceedings it shall represent the consumers at large and shall prepaie and present In due legal form sll the evidence with reaps* to cost of service and other elements as reuulred In the public Intel e-t it shall obtain all requisite data for successive rate revisions, and at ihe end of each calendar or fiscal year it shell endeavor to secure any revision of rales indicated by the showing of facts, and if necessary shall proceed agsin with a request for formal Inquiry by the State I'ubllc Utilities Com mission. Section 7. RECAPTURE: Whenever Ihe Council shad determine, and In accordance with the franchise terms, the City may purchase the properties of a privately owned public utility, and may Include ln such purchase properties located outside as well as within the City. The purchase price shall not exceed the net capital Investment, or the rate base, established as herein described, for any properties Included In the purchase for which such net capital Investment had not been proxldedfor by previous franchise grants. The City may also condemn any public utility properties pursuant to the : condemnation provision of this The cost of proceedings for acquisition of private properties by purchase or by condemnation .hall be paid In the first Instance by the private utility, but shall be Included in the price or award paid by the City. !£&'?"..•; ESTABLISHMENT OF MUNCIPALLY OWNED AND OPERATED UTILITIES: The City shall nave th.power to own and operate any publl, utility, to construct and install all facilities that aie leasonably needed, and to lease „ r purchase any existing utility properties used and useful in public service. The Cllv may also furnish service In adjacent and nearby communities which may be conveniently and economically served municipally owned and operw.Th l K l,y> ""'•'••" "' agreements with such communities and subject to the provisions of Stale Law. Council .!, 1 r v "e by ordinance for the est.il.Hshiiient of su.,, otintv, ,nd shall also be submitted to and approved at a Popular'referendum; provided, howanv ...*L' n ,,r, "n"nce providing for ""\.'"''"" 1 "". enlargement, or Improvement of an existing utility may ^' n a-'ed as a matter o? general m*? nlcipal administration pi" 1 ; 0 ,•• COMPETITION WITH S?s V r A TFJ-.y.i w 'P AND OPERLEGAL ..quired M-mtS^SSSb purchase v ded for t e s£e!fc de,,n d -< p"o! thCltv !„ 8 c,lo of this Article. •iende..t J2* l ,r "*eed with an Inde%  '.wned .„H d oom l "ltlve municipally •nsif h"w,"e P r r 1i' k d U, "" V Tn r, ..„.i, ..." _,'*" %  "e over such comP Vvil. f* T ? N,: Th Council may separate d-. h ""abllahment of a ^ m m'^-'Vne-e.u\.^J^hln^SS^ *1>artmwat or affldlffert.ni ~!l r ;*,nlnance. adopt a Piy ail annual profit, above bond In5. I. 7. I. terest to rate r.a for promotioB ^"'"jSi advancement of thiT" clal Interest. „> ," k utility .hal|" no ', > I benefit of cthrf nJJn and shall ^T ^me directly „ ,'*>• I In. agency for Vk? 1 ^ Pay to the Cltv. ( > other taxes asV^l. upon prlv, P *J3j[ •action 11 t-i,,., !" •ION.: The citv 22S qulslllon of t r l^JI properties, „,.'/ [* t \^ the cost of n 'r !" *! erty lnstalla„., n n f ^wtby borrowing, ,„ ,^, provision of ArVuv* l*. Approprtate l Jrl; made. howe\,. r ,,, ,V*and retirement „, .V* 1 to the provisions ut ikiVj amortlaaunn and Wth effaoted through the tlon funds or other fin, provWed through th, !" •UCCE,S. A O R N T, |N i 0 !L] Section 1. Asses.ro,., M lee,ion i n f-fl *• Klghl. of f pkiyees proI. Contlnu.M3l OfflcerT^" %  Status off Ployees ,_ when OiartTI Transfer of I I'roperty Continuity ail Pertinent,.,, t.ontinuaac. and Public i 1'endlng ceedlng. Section 1. ASSEMMIsl COLLECTIONS IN FIB YAR: The first risvc-avl yL, lUhed by Section l ArKs Charter, shall begin ei| of November and shall day of October of each i_ S aotfai i i RIGHTS orl AND EMPLOVEEI p Nothing; In this charter, cept as specifically m affect or impair th, rktoi lieges of Officers or Emp| City or of any OfHee/Si Agency existing at Ih, ta__ Charter shall take effect, a] vision of law in fore, it tail Charter shall take effect, i consistent with the proi Charter In relation to i pointmenta, ranks, tree office, promotion. resM and retirement nghu. cnt] any other rights or prlvlisj cers or Kmplo>eea of tail office. Department or of. Sectien J CONTINUsL. PRESENT OFFICEMt: ill holding admlnistraiiv, ol time Oils Charter ukei continue In office iM aj formance of their clutlM I slon shall have beea a ance herewith for the I such duties, or the .In such office. The powen i the duties Imposed upos I Department, or Agency of I the Laws of tinSiaU I Office, Department or City be abolished by thuJ under It* authority, be M erclsad and discharged lsj lieparlment or Agency I the Council unless oti herein •action 4. STATUS OF I AND EMPLOYEES MOWL TIONS WHEN CMAHTiy EFFECT: Any perm.n sT office or po.lllon in tael Service of the City when 01 takes affect who shall tanj such position for st kssM of three months, shall %  without preliminary er and shall thereafter be i respecta to the pro\1k1 Charter, tttber persons llj service at the time this (IT effect shall be regardlai i their positions under lbs! appointments. Section 6. TRANSFER OROS AND PROPERTY: property and equipment of any O/flce. Ipartmentl or part thereof, all tbe R duties which sre asilgned *J office. Department or Apsi, Charter, shall be tr.'nf' !" J llvered to the Office. I*!*" Agency to which such i' ties are so assigned. If r powers and duties of • part men l or Agency are. by this Charter, other Office. Department aj all records, property > "7 reiatUag eacsssively l"' r '"J transferred and delivered"^ Department or Agency w powers and duties are so Sectien a. C 0 N T I MH OFFICES, DEPARTMENTil ENCIES: Any i >ffice, Ueas. Agency provided fur ln JJU with a name, or with nowtles the same or ". same as those of an OfWJl ment or Agency hereiofaaj •hall be deemed to be !" of such Office, I>. i>artmen and shall eaerclse its DOJM ties In continuation <>< !" r. by the Office. I>epartmais by which the same wsr. exercised and shall "" continue any business, peother matter within 'J*. regular powers and duties by any Office. I>ei" r, "J.V by which such iwwers sas. heretofore exercised **{*} any Law. Rule, ItegiiWWJJ drant or any other oojr la. to such a formerly %  £ Department or ,Agency as Is not inwnylstent 1"^ slons of this barter, sspy office. apa r,m n 1 h rrt,r AND PU Into by the City, "'^t prior to the taking f '* c L5 \ ter, shkll continue inif" j effect Public lmprov"^J !" legislative steps ny "Isst! d7r law or Carter pryviw—j at Ihe time this I ^'^.k-r may be carrle.lt[""^M ly as practicable UJJ•' T !" the provtaten. ofamn ass* charter PJ' vl ** J? U w J pie. as It relates '""7, waterworks system, aj^,"An Act '••' ^^os7i* proceeding, civil or em